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Posted 27 September 2022

Trend T18S/MS184B 184mm 18V Li-Ion TXLi Cordless Single-Bevel Mitre Saw - Bare £125 at Screwfix

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Half price on Screwfix - looks a great deal looking online elsewhere.
Same item with 2x 5AH battery also half price at £185!


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Instructions Manual

Ultra compact and lightweight solution capable of a multitude of jobsite applications. Ideal for second fix trim applications such as skirting, architrave, kitchen plinths, pelmets and lighting rails as well as studding and other first fix work.

  • Max. Cross Cut: 210mm
  • 48-Tooth TCT Blade Included
  • Trench Cutting Facility
  • Die-Cast Aluminium Base
  • Hard Start
  • Dust Extraction Facility
  • Workpiece Clamp
  • Spindle Lock
  • No Brake

Does Not Include Battery or Charger


  • Bare Unit Product Type: Mitre Saws
  • Battery Chemistry: Li-Ion
  • Battery Technology: TXLi
  • Blade Description: TCT Blade Included
  • Blade Diameter: 184 mm
  • Brand: Trend
  • Brushless: Brushed
  • Carry Case/Bag Included: No
  • Disc Bore Size: 16 mm
  • Manual or Powered: Powered
  • Manufacturer Guarantee: 1 Year
  • Max. Bevel Angles (L/R): 46° - 0°
  • Max. Cross Cut: 210 mm
  • Max. Mitre Angles (L/R): 47° - 0° - 47°
  • Mitre Saw Bevel Slide: Non-Sliding
  • Mitre Stop Angle: 0, 15, 22.5 and 45 °
  • Model No: T18S/MS184B
  • No. of Batteries Per Pack: None
  • No. of Bevels: Single-Bevel
  • No Load Speed: 3600 rpm
  • Number of Teeth: 48
  • Power Supply: Cordless
  • Power Voltage Supply: 18 V
  • Tool Weight without Battery: 9672 g

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    Good deal this. The one with 2x 5Ah batteries is OOS though.
    Ah, just noticed that - only the bare one available (edited)
  2. Avatar
    This is a cracking deal.
    Trend also have some good offers on their website if you wanted some batteries with a palm router
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    If only it worked with Ryobi batteries
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    Does this tool use Makita batteries? The shape looks the same, does anyone know.
    Maybe with a adapter
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    Looks a nice bit of kit. Could of done without buying a dewalt 3 months ago
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    There's better options if you don't need battery power

    But very good if you have no electric on a job
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    Non available anywhere near me or for delivery.