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Mac Allister MMIS210C-B 1500W 220-240V 210mm Compound mitre saw for £50 with B&Q Club (£55 without) delivered @ B&Q
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20/06/2021Expires on 20/06/2021Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
First of all you need to sign up for the B&Q Club (for free) and then enter your B&Q Club ID at the shopping basket stage. This will get you £5 off the price. Note this… Read more
bartek_

Get one from Lidl💪🏻

Madmax69

I bought one of these a few months ago, for cutting up wood for my log burner. It works fine & does what it was designed for, cutting up wood.I had it running for over 2 hours & no problem. Don't forget a bad workman will always blame his tools.

franko77kool

This saw is tiny, very limited in use. One of them things that is a pointless buy since it will only be good for picture frames and that's about it, spend more and get a bigger bladed slider.

Ben_Mills

I started off with the evolution non-sliding saw, for a flooring project. Beautiful, square out the box (although I had to tweak it after we moved, but was simple as). Only flaw was it wasn't quite big enough to get the full width of the engineered boards, so had to finish it with a hand saw and sand. Upgraded to the evolution sliding. Supurb. Dream to use. Justified it to the wife by saying we'd sell the non sliding, but I keep it with the old blade on for cutting plastic pipe and metal. The blades they are stocked with are multi material, so will cut metal as well as timber, useful if you need to go through a nail, or cut some threaded bar. New blades aren't too expensive either, with the advice it buy a good give tooth blade for woodwork. We've done a full refurb with the non sliding and essentially one with the sliding, and I haven't changed the blade. Bonus is, as I said, it also cuts metal. You need to be careful as the blade it comes with is coarse, but for ripping through some baily 2x4 and banging up a fence it's ideal.

smephone

I know you weren't recommending the stuff you pictured, but I can't help but moan about how crap those metal frame manual mitre saws are. I finally binned mine after years of threatening to. From what I understand, you used to be able to get good quality ones a long time ago, but once all electric mitre saws took off all of the manual ones became crap quality. The amount of time I spent messing with mine trying to get it to cut accurately, an electric one would have paid for itself in time spent. /Rant over

Einhell 254mm Single Bevel Sliding Mitre Saw with Stand 230V £129.99 @ Toolstation - Click and collect only - Select stores
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Posted 4th MayPosted 4th MayLocalLocal
A few in stock for collection - hopefully this helps someone! Mitre Saws seem to be in short supply at the moment. Product Details • Power input: 1900W • Max. cutting capacity 31… Read more
Madchester

I picked one up last week but stock is hard to come by. I like the convenience of the stand.

ms_isle

Just completed a 3.5m X 5.5m deck with boards on 45 degree diagonal and this saw made light work of the job. Also floored a bedroom with solid bamboo boards and made a great job of that too. The lack of soft start and the poor laser guide are the only 'cons' that I think, bearing in mind the price. The single bevel was a bit of a concern, but has been fine in practice for the jobs I've done. Having the stand too, whilst not the sturdiest , again has been fine in practice and used with a b&d workmate bench for supporting long lengths I've been well happy. Big blade has been useful for chopping up old decking and framework with ease. Heat added!

Th3.Ripper

It's nothing to do with specific cuts, it's the general ease of use not flipping the material. Why limit yourself when you are already spending a decent chunk of the cost of a double

DZone

What type of cut you do with a double bevel?

Th3.Ripper

Needs to be double bevel for me, not voting either way though

Parkside Sliding Compound Mitre Saw - £84.99 @ LIDL
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Posted 30th AprPosted 30th AprLocalLocal
I've been waiting for a while for this to return. Single bevel (?), compound mitre saw for very competitive price, can't go wrong with it for some occasional diy. Available on … Read more
SandX

That's correct (y)

Malcolm_stephenson

Is that swarkstone road ??

SandX

Not Nottingham but there were several in Chellaston.

Malcolm_stephenson

Has anyone seen any near Nottingham Don't mind travelling

mkara

Just picked one up from Lidl, Tooting Broadway on London Road. Think there was 1 maybe 2 left when I left the shop 15 minutes ago...

Einhell Dual Drag, Crosscut and Mitre Saw TC-SM 2131/1 £149.99 - Dispatched from and sold by ITS on Amazon
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
Cheapest dual sliding Mitre saw I could find. The Einhell TC-SM 2131/1 Dual drag, crosscut and mitre saw is suitable for cutting wood, laminated panels and plastic. The drag, cros… Read more
manostsamilis

No actually should be this one. 10 pounds less on Toolstation https://www.toolstation.com/einhell-210mm-double-bevel-sliding-mitre-saw/p14225

manostsamilis

Is this the same? https://www.toolstation.com/einhell-216mm-single-bevel-sliding-mitre-saw/p29217

siliconbits

I think the current global shipping crisis is only making it harder to get cheaper equivalent. A lot of alternatives are OOS or more expensive.

Roofer

I agree - not really a deal. I decided that size matters but you have to draw the line somewhere, so wanted to cut 3" (post etc). So, I bought something like this one https://www.toolstation.com/einhell-254mm-single-bevel-sliding-mitre-saw-with-stand/p79940 last year for £119 - £15 off voucher, then sold the stand it came with for £45 on ebay during a £1 listing deal, made a bit on the postage etc. All together ended up costing me £60, although it's not 'double bevel'. Looking at my crystal ball, In the next 2 weeks time there will be a similar saw (Ferrex) as to the one in this thread at Aldi for £99.95.

Jaybeam

£150 for a budget sliding saw doesn’t seem much of bargain to me (cheeky)

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Ferrex/Workzone Mitre Saw Stand - £39.99 delivered @ Aldi
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Posted 14th AprPosted 14th Apr
Available to pre-order today! Estimated dispatch date: 29 April The Ferrex/Workzone Mitre Saw Stand is adjustable, making it easy to set at the right height for you, and the e… Read more
teddybeers

No. Apart from that it's really sturdy construction and is actually made by Scheppach. Best thing are extension arms. Really solid since on double rails not single like evolution stand.

edgeone

Link not working now

Mar_inn

Are legs adjustable?

sienew

You'd probably get your money back or more on eBay. Lidl/Aldi tools seem to sell well there.

TomBowler8

If this saw stand is of poor quality or badly constructed then take it back to an Aldi store for a refund.

DEWALT DWS774 216mm Corded Sliding Mitre Saw 1400W - £230 at Wickes
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Posted 6th AprPosted 6th Apr
Back in stock. I just purchased. Good price as the upgraded version of the DES 773. I have had a couple of the the Evolution models which both failed within a few years and had a l… Read more
TTYTT

Great setup!

yubious

;(

robbinho

Oh cr*p - out of stock again!

yubious

Showing out of stock for me, have they all gone that quickly?!

robbinho

Back in stock now.