Workzone Table Saw Pre order at Aldi - £89.99
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Workzone Table Saw Pre order at Aldi - £89.99

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Found 21st Jan
First post in years. Please be nice Wanted a table saw for a while. Came across this today. I have pre-ordered one anyway. Also comes with a 3 year warranty!!

Product Description
If you need a saw that’ll enable you to cut wood, boards and small panels with the minimum of fuss, look no further than this Workzone Table Saw. This 2000W table saw is robust and simple to use, and it also comes with accessories including two TCT saw blades (24 and 48 teeth), batteries for its laser and a dust exhaust device with additional waste bag.

Accessories Included
Polyester bag, Dust Extraction Hose, Carbon Brush Set and Hexagonal Key, Battery for laser
Features
Model: HS100WZ
Idle speed: 4200 min-1
TCT saw blade: 250 x 30 x 2.4mm; 24 teeth
TCT saw blade: 250 x 30 x 3.0mm; 48 teeth
Powdercoated table rear and side extension
Table broadening (left/right): 610 x 250mm
Table extension back side: 445 x 320mm
Saw blade rotating range: stepless 0°- 45°
Cross fence tiltable: -45° up to + 45°
Connection for dust extraction: 40mm
Thickness of splitting wedge: 2mm
Maximum admissible speed of saw blade: 7000 min-1
The connection pieces of the stand will be equipped with an additional washer for improved stability
Saw blade protection
Dust exhaust service
Removable table broadening and table extension
The length fence suitable on both sides (also for the extension tables)
Cross fence with angle adjustment
Parallel stop with aluminium guide, locking lever vertically lockable
Cutting height and saw blade mitre angle stepless adjustable with hand wheel
Additional bag for cutting waste
Magnifier will be totally clear (not milky)
Saw blade angle and height adjustment
Laser: Class 2
Laser wave length: 650nm
Power laser module: 5mW
Current supply laser: 2 x 1.5V (AAA)
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pennyfarthing887 m ago

You may be interested to know that Einhell manufacture both workzone ( …You may be interested to know that Einhell manufacture both workzone ( Aldi brand ) and Parkside ( Lidl brand ) so the Einhell connection should be a good reference point on both brands. Aldi support the product with a 3 year warranty which is exceptional given it’s a power tool and will get abuse in most cases.IMO the warranty is a good selling point and given that alone I’d personally get the Aldi version but obviously opinions will vary.


Haha. The warranty is always a consideration when I purchase things but the chances of me finding the proof of purchase after 3 years is zero. I’m lucky if I haven’t lost it on the way home.
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That seems a good price! Thanks for sharing @davenhaze
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HutchAW1 m ago

That seems a good price! Thanks for sharing @davenhaze


Your very welcome. I’ve been after one of these for a while now.....and didn’t think it was too bad for the price anyway. Only a DIYer so I think it’ll do me fine.
davenhaze2 m ago

Your very welcome. I’ve been after one of these for a while now.....and d …Your very welcome. I’ve been after one of these for a while now.....and didn’t think it was too bad for the price anyway. Only a DIYer so I think it’ll do me fine.


I waited so long for this or the parkside lidl one

It took so long to come on offer I brought the parkerbrand saw from amazon
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Has this model (aldi or lidl) been available before?
If so what do current owners have to say about it?
How would it compare with the Einhell type models of the £90-130 price point?
I'm in as a DIY'er, but wonder what people make of it beyond this.
Edited by: "friar_chris" 21st Jan
friar_chris6 m ago

Has this model (aldi or lidl) been available before?If so what do current …Has this model (aldi or lidl) been available before?If so what do current owners have to say about it?How would it compare with the Einhell type models of the £90-130 price point?I'm in as a DIY'er, but wonder what people make of it beyond this.


Yes it has I think if you search it you might find some comments. I haven’t had this one but had the Titan one for about the same price from screw fix. I’m only using for house renovation but it’s been fine for what I need. There are reviews on the screwfix web site for the Titan saw.
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Yeah I too was looking at he Titan one from Screwfix......nearly bought that one for £99 last week but held off. Saving a tenner on this one too but also the warranty kind of swung it for me. Be good to here if anyone has any experience with this saw too
Looks good value.Height adjustable blade too
davenhaze14 m ago

Yeah I too was looking at he Titan one from Screwfix......nearly bought …Yeah I too was looking at he Titan one from Screwfix......nearly bought that one for £99 last week but held off. Saving a tenner on this one too but also the warranty kind of swung it for me. Be good to here if anyone has any experience with this saw too


I’m sure it’s fine but for the extra £10 I’d probably go to screwfix. It’s got over 250 reviews with an average of over 4 stars. If you have any issues you can take it back and swap it out. These Lidl and ALDI saws won’t be so straight forward if there are issues as they don’t stock them all the time. Also check out lumber jack saws. I brought a 12inch chop saw which was very good quality for the money. They also do table saws.
At this price range the fence won’t be very stable, or give you a dead straight cut.
The first thing to make as a project is to make a sled for the table.
Any of the tables mentioned below £100 will be virtually the same, so, warranty should be your deciding factor
friar_chris1 h, 21 m ago

Has this model (aldi or lidl) been available before?If so what do current …Has this model (aldi or lidl) been available before?If so what do current owners have to say about it?How would it compare with the Einhell type models of the £90-130 price point?I'm in as a DIY'er, but wonder what people make of it beyond this.


You may be interested to know that Einhell manufacture both workzone ( Aldi brand ) and Parkside ( Lidl brand ) so the Einhell connection should be a good reference point on both brands.

Aldi support the product with a 3 year warranty which is exceptional given it’s a power tool and will get abuse in most cases.

IMO the warranty is a good selling point and given that alone I’d personally get the Aldi version but obviously opinions will vary.
Edited by: "pennyfarthing88" 21st Jan
I think you'd want to build an extended bench and put this in it to make it useful
pennyfarthing887 m ago

You may be interested to know that Einhell manufacture both workzone ( …You may be interested to know that Einhell manufacture both workzone ( Aldi brand ) and Parkside ( Lidl brand ) so the Einhell connection should be a good reference point on both brands. Aldi support the product with a 3 year warranty which is exceptional given it’s a power tool and will get abuse in most cases.IMO the warranty is a good selling point and given that alone I’d personally get the Aldi version but obviously opinions will vary.


Haha. The warranty is always a consideration when I purchase things but the chances of me finding the proof of purchase after 3 years is zero. I’m lucky if I haven’t lost it on the way home.
Bought one of these last November.
Nice piece of kit.
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luvsadeal49 m ago

Haha. The warranty is always a consideration when I purchase things but …Haha. The warranty is always a consideration when I purchase things but the chances of me finding the proof of purchase after 3 years is zero. I’m lucky if I haven’t lost it on the way home.


One of the reasons I don't like to use cash, card purchase gives another 'paper' trail though you could upload a photo of the receipt somewhere. I've also had success with no proof of purchase due to the manufacturer (Numark-Henry vacuum cleaner) having the decency to warrant the vac for 12 months( plus some shelf time) from the manufacture date). Being nice to CS costs nothing and often pays dividends.
youtube clip by aldi showing assembly

not the 60 second clip on the aldi site, but a 13 minute one for a very similar looking table saw from 2 years back.
Edited by: "friar_chris" 21st Jan
500 watts more powerful than the Titan which is a considerable amount. The short Titan video by Steve Martin doesn't show too much. Cut depth is slightly less on the Workzone but still the better buy I think.
Edited by: "modelman" 21st Jan
I got one of these in 2016. used it a few times over about 10 months then one day had to make a cut and the power button wouldn’t stay on. Had to hold the button to keep the saw running. might have just had a duff one. Was good while it was working. Aldi took it back no problems.
Excellent price and I will also be adding one to my list of must haves. Thanks OP.
Many thanks OP, just ordered..
Damn! I just bought the Parker brand on Amazon for £119.
It's OK if you want to make some rough cuts, but if you need any kind of accuracy, then the poor quality fence really lets the saw down.

The whole thing is a but flimsy, I would certainly recommend the titan over this, as they make some really good all in one router/ saw tables.
Bargainz9992 h, 11 m ago

Damn! I just bought the Parker brand on Amazon for £119.


Same lol, but the parker brand is much better
Just got the Titan one last Monday for the same price.
I was planning to get the Aldi one until I read the reviews.
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The port at the back is very small.
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The angle set is clearly displayed at the end of the cutting table.
luvsadeal21st Jan

Haha. The warranty is always a consideration when I purchase things but …Haha. The warranty is always a consideration when I purchase things but the chances of me finding the proof of purchase after 3 years is zero. I’m lucky if I haven’t lost it on the way home.


Which is another reason to go to screwfix. If you can remember your login you can go through your purchase history online to get the invoice number. It's all they need in store
Did anyone manage to get one of these and give it a go over the weekend?
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