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Wickes 254mm Table Saw 230V - 1500W now £109.65 C+C with code @ Wickes
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Wickes 254mm Table Saw 230V - 1500W now £109.65 C+C with code @ Wickes

£109.65£129.9916%Wickes Deals
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Posted 4th Oct 2018

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Thought this looked a rather good price for one of these, I have no idea what I'd use it for, but it's one of those items that now I've seen it, I want one

I suppose I could always start up a new magic act - sawing my husband in half (teach him to say no to a 5th St.Bernard dog )

You need to use code OCT18 & choose to C+C to bring the on site price down to £109.65 credi to @PuggyPLee for the code

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Excellent at ripping thin stock, making accurate crosscuts, handling sheet goods, cutting and sawing large or thick stock

  • Fast, clean and accurate cutting
  • Large work surface 430 x 638mm, with extension leaves 730 x 638mm
  • Ripping, straight, mitre and compound angle cutting
  • Sturdy base
  • Blade diameter: 254mm
  • 1 x 40 tooth tungsten carbide tipped blade and extension wings
  • No-volt switch and motor overload protection trip
  • Rip fence with ruled guide
  • Dust extraction outlet facility
  • Supplied with stand, extension leaves, rip fence, mitre gauge, adjustable riving knife and push stick



Could be useful in a break up too

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Good product, but it IS difficult balancing a table on that small worktop.

Ré washing machine, have you seen the half car? Also from a messy divorce.
deleted129396004/10/2018 12:51

Good product, but it IS difficult balancing a table on that small …Good product, but it IS difficult balancing a table on that small worktop.Ré washing machine, have you seen the half car? Also from a messy divorce.


Theres so many fab pics, wish I'd have thought of it when I went through mine
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wishihadadonkey04/10/2018 12:56

Theres so many fab pics, wish I'd have thought of it when I went through …Theres so many fab pics, wish I'd have thought of it when I went through mine



wishihadadonkey04/10/2018 12:56

Theres so many fab pics, wish I'd have thought of it when I went through …Theres so many fab pics, wish I'd have thought of it when I went through mine



My mum went old skool; put dads share of all the glassware/crockery etc in a big bag; then threw it out of the upstairs window - onto the concrete drive.
She also still owns (and uses) the large kitchen knife she chased him out of the house with.
deleted129396004/10/2018 13:49

My mum went old skool; put dads share of all the glassware/crockery etc in …My mum went old skool; put dads share of all the glassware/crockery etc in a big bag; then threw it out of the upstairs window - onto the concrete drive.She also still owns (and uses) the large kitchen knife she chased him out of the house with.


She sounds like one super lady
Aldi have just got one of these for sale today, £89.99
1616french04/10/2018 16:30

What?A Wickes table saw?



No, but the Aldi one is a better spec. Faster unloaded spin speed and a dust extractor.

I own this exact model (unbranded). It lasted about 2 years before the motor cut out and during that time it was really good. Having bought it when I moved in to a new house it get plenty of use. The only thing to mention to people thinking of getting one who have not used one before is the noise! Startup is a huge almost bang (and the lights will dim!) and cutting is so loud, so get ear protection. But, if you are doing flooring, lofts or just normal wood work DIY, these are super handy. Nice straight cuts and infinitely quicker and straighter than doing it by hand.

Now, if anyone knows where to get bushes for this model I would be very interested!
Aldi here - anyone in the know care to compare?
I'd love something that could handle 100mm X 2m oak posts.
I can get quite a few from my workplace and would love to split them into thinner boards to make a decent fence.
Simples 1616french get this cut in half do other side ,this Aldi one has 85mm cut and 2000 watt motor at 90 so easily done.
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morrig1 h, 59 m ago

Simples 1616french get this cut in half do other side ,this Aldi one has …Simples 1616french get this cut in half do other side ,this Aldi one has 85mm cut and 2000 watt motor at 90 so easily done.


Is it that accurate?
wishihadadonkey7 h, 52 m ago

She sounds like one super lady


She sounds like a posey piece of sheite!
Tempting, I have a circular saw but it's not the easiest to cut a straight line and the sliding mitre saw only cuts the length of the slide. The Aldi one does look a better option though.
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DivideByZero15 h, 16 m ago

No, but the Aldi one is a better spec. Faster unloaded spin speed and a …No, but the Aldi one is a better spec. Faster unloaded spin speed and a dust extractor.I own this exact model (unbranded). It lasted about 2 years before the motor cut out and during that time it was really good. Having bought it when I moved in to a new house it get plenty of use. The only thing to mention to people thinking of getting one who have not used one before is the noise! Startup is a huge almost bang (and the lights will dim!) and cutting is so loud, so get ear protection. But, if you are doing flooring, lofts or just normal wood work DIY, these are super handy. Nice straight cuts and infinitely quicker and straighter than doing it by hand.Now, if anyone knows where to get bushes for this model I would be very interested!



Bushs or brushes ?? Ask at a local Electrical wholesaler; in most cases the brushes are one of a handful of standard sizes. I have noticed several pro/semi-pro brands (even cheap Screwfix ones), have brought back the screw-in brush access points, allowing easy changing when they wear out.

Dont expect to find them on consumer gear from B&D, Bosch though
dvdvicar4th Oct

Aldi here - anyone in the know care to compare?


Thank you brought this one instead. And not thanks as I couldn't really afford it but been wanting one and couldn't help myself as the ones with same specs are more.
1616french4th Oct

What?A Wickes table saw?



diesel_508
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dvdvicar4th OctAldi here - anyone in the know care to compare?
Thank you brought this one instead. And not thanks as I couldn't really afford it but been wanting one and couldn't help myself as the ones with same specs are more. (realized I'd sort of thanked the wrong person).
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