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Sliding Cross Cut Mitre Saw PKZS 2000 A1 - £89.99 @ LIDL
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Sliding Cross Cut Mitre Saw PKZS 2000 A1 - £89.99 @ LIDL

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Posted 28th Dec 2018LocalEdited by:"dimon72"
Sliding Cross Cut Mitre Saw PKZS 2000 A1

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  • Sliding Cross Cut Mitre Saw PKZS 2000 A1
  • For the precise sawing of wood and plastic
  • Laser for improved cutting accuracy
  • Tiltable saw head
  • Continuous or with fixed angles
  • Double-bearing slide rail
  • 2 clamping devices and 2 lateral support brackets for securing workpieces
  • Easily attached dust collection bag
  • Can also be connected to an external dust extraction unit.

Found in Luton store, not sure if national.
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Found in Luton, bought one, they still had about 9 left. Not sure if national.
Bought the workzone (aldi) version of this and for the cash with the warranty it was a steal. Just check you can get spare blades before you buy as some of the own brand tools sometimes have odd EU spindle sizes.
Why do I need this?
ZazZYo29/12/2018 00:29

Why do I need this?


Architrave, skirting board, stair rails, guttering, decking, laminate flooring; that kind of thing to get precise and clean mitre cuts.

Also, probably, if you were building something out of wood, like say, a gate, a doghouse etc it would be very useful.

Mainly though, cause it's an absolutely amazing price for this kind of tool.
ourjim1 h, 11 m ago

Architrave, skirting board, stair rails, guttering, decking, laminate …Architrave, skirting board, stair rails, guttering, decking, laminate flooring; that kind of thing to get precise and clean mitre cuts.Also, probably, if you were building something out of wood, like say, a gate, a doghouse etc it would be very useful.Mainly though, cause it's an absolutely amazing price for this kind of tool.


That’s exactly what I’ll be doing next few months.. off to Lidl now
Do a lot of diy but can not see the viability to buy this type of saw just seems to add to more tool to clutter.
Yesterday took away a foot from 6 foot opening to conservatory used a 180mm saw to cut two 8 foot lengths of mdf and cut 4 by 2 with the same. Did the job would have been a few minutes quicker with the saw36686513-syWQ4.jpg .36686513-mNFJU.jpg
Anyone found this in any other stores?
Found this machine more accurate and easy to cut MDF skirting boards on my DIY project . Better cut and powerful feel then an expensive nice brand machine which I used previously. Hope it lasts for few years (as stated 3 years warranty the least). Not bad for DIY use I think.
Edited by: "Kami275" 30th Dec 2018
Kami27511 h, 35 m ago

For this machine more accurate and easy to cut my DIY MDF skirting boards …For this machine more accurate and easy to cut my DIY MDF skirting boards the an expensive one. Hope it lasts longer as stated 3 years warranty too


What?
What do I need to mount this on while cutting? Just any flat surface?
abathingape12310 h, 23 m ago

What do I need to mount this on while cutting? Just any flat surface?


Yes, a bench or whatever. Or you can buy specific stands for some of them (not sure about this one) but most of the stands are universal so will fit most. The stands have extension rails to keep the wood level & supported whilst cutting.
abathingape12316 h, 52 m ago

What do I need to mount this on while cutting? Just any flat surface?


I used it for DIY job. Worked perfect for me on plan floor in garden
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