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Workzone Mitre Saw Stand - Aldi for £39.99
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Workzone Mitre Saw Stand - Aldi for £39.99

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Posted 16th Mar

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Workzone Mitre Saw Stand Aldi
Brilliant well made kit. Under £40 and solid as a rock. As good as ones 3 x the value.
Free delivery.

What’s not to like??
Unless you hate diy.....
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Looks decent and I don't even have an electric mitre saw... Yet.
Thanks OP! This is just what I needed today, and what I will need tomorrow. By the time it arrives, I probably won't need it then. But I've needed one of these for years, and I keep missing the deals when they come up, so now I've finally bagged one it will save me future years of scrabbling around in the dirt
This is the same as the 'titan' version in Screwfix which is £59.99...which I just spent ...
Very solid and heavy, the side extensions are twin chromed tubes that I guess will rust quickly ( never seen Chinese chrome that lasts) if kept in damp shed. Use furniture polish when putting away. ( Grease would be better...but with all that saw dust....) . The clamping screws are plastic capped and quite vulnerable/ delicate. Can't see them lasting long if it is moved around lots
Excellent for the money though.
Going to give this a shot and the mitre saw given the now 5 year warranty that think used to be 3.
Wondering how that compares to the Bosch GTA-2600 what is double the price.
greg66642 m ago

Wondering how that compares to the Bosch GTA-2600 what is double the price.


Bosch you are more likely to see used by professionals, more down to build quality and it may take rough treatment longer out and about; and little details like unstable ground adjustment, end holders, and it also extends a considerably wider than the workzone.
The workzone will be built to perform if possible as good as a mid range device but at value end price for a limited time at Lidl/ALD. Aldi give 3 or 5 year warranty on these types of tools so that should reassure buyers. Consumer/diy are more likely to have these kept in the shed/at home for the occasional project, compared to some brands that may be taken out on worksites all the time
Edited by: "androidavis" 17th Mar
This is the same unit as the evolution branded saws stands too (that some b&q dropped to 20 notes from the standard 60... But mine wouldn't :()
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