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Evolution Rage3 compound mitre saw 110v - £84.99 @ Screwfix
Found 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
The 110V Evolution RAGE3FP2551 compound mitre saw makes accurate cuts in a range of materials. A 24-tooth, multipurpose TCT blade is capable of cutting through steel, aluminium, pl… Read more
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Agreed, and I have any number of quality tools, Makita routers, dewalt drills, etc, that have stood me in good stead. But the fact is that this is a good, solid tool, once properly calibrated, and not many people will have any issues with it. As I mentioned, my joiner was pleasantly surprised when he used it.


I myself am a keen diy‘er but know that you need good tools for good results. I understand that some tools (Festo) are probably an overkill for some home improvements but I just love good tools and are happy to pay a bit more.


I'm just a keen diy'er, but a friend of mine who is a joiner, was actually very impressed with it. All tools need calibrating, I guess what I would be looking is whether once it's calibrated, whether it then remains like that.


or just don’t buy it in the first place

6moe66 Not much on there at the moment but would highly recommend them

Evolution R210SMS+ 230V Multi-Material Sliding 210mm Mitre Saw with Plus Pack, £106.68 @ Amazon UK
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
Seems like a good deal for this, the replacement for Evolution's RAGE3-S mitre saw. The Evolution R210SMS+ 210 mm multi-material sliding mitre saw can cut a variety of materials … Read more
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slide rail protector (part 21 on p.20 of the manual) machine table extensions (left and right - part 8 in the manual) Were delivered on Friday directly from Evolution.


Have one ordered, can you detail the missing parts that I can check for when received.


Sorry to hear that, at least the manufacturer stepped up and did the right thing.


My saw was delivered today with 3 plastic parts missing, and Amazon were offering a refund only, not a replacement. However Evolution CS were very good and promised to send me the missing parts for free. So, don't rush with sending it back for a refund if the same happens to you.


Surprisingly, even this table is absolutely unclear about the number of bevels. If you click 'Learn more' it says "0˚ - 45˚ bevel and 50° - 50° mitre settings" only for SMS+, but shows the second bevel on pictures for both models. So, you have to look into the manuals to see that both are double-bevel actually. The point is that even manufacturers often do their best to confuse us.

Evolution Rage 3-S+ Multi-Purpose Sliding Mitre Saw - £104.99 @ Amazon
Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
Utilising patented Evolution multipurpose cutting technology. The RAGE 3-S+ multipurpose sliding mitre saw is optimised to cut mild steel, non-ferrous metals, wood (even wood with … Read more

I am looking for mitre saw gift but am having great difficulty as I have been asked to get one with a "longer reach?" at least 310mm. It is for daily use to make wooden frames. Can anyone help?


When I first saw the picture before I read the text, i thought it was some kind of birdlike cartoon/game character. No, I haven't been taking any intoxicants, before you ask.


Or the newer model for a couple of quid more

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Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
The Evolution RAGE3-S 110V sliding compound mitre saw is a quick assembly tool that can easily cut through steel, aluminium and wood with one blade. This multipurpose TCT blade is … Read more
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I have owned the larger version of this saw for a couple of years and have been restoring an old house, I can really recommend them for the money, they come with enough adjustment to get them setup accurately and the accuracy remains even after being moved around job to job. Had to fiddle with the laser to get it right, but it's spot on now. The supplied blade seems very tough, I've used it for wood, steel and aluminium and have not had to change the blade yet.


completely agree


None in or around Essex (annoyed)


110 v is actually more popular as everyone in the building trade that works to health and safety guidelines should be using 110v . Most DIY grade power tools are 240 v .


Leave it, building sites run on 110v and most builders will have a transformer anyway

Evolution R210CMS Multi-Purpose Compound Mitre Saw, 210 mm (230 V) @ Amazon £48.99
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Cheapest I've seen it and a great starter mitre saw. Product Description Small but a mighty compound mitre saw. The R210-CMS may be small in size, but it faces up to the most dem… Read more

Just posted the sliding one for those that need a wider cut. It’s on offer at screwfix Give the moderators a few minutes



Any links to the sliding one you guys are referring to?


Is you want a cheap sliding one the titan screw fix . It cut 300mm most don't .it's got good reviews . You can lock the slide if you don't want to us it


But the evolution isnt sliding

Evolution 1100W 240V 210mm Compound mitre saw FURY3B £45 @ B&Q
Found 21st OctFound 21st Oct
Was looking for saw and found this on hotdeals a few months ago for £55 but missed out. Just had a look today and it's £45! Product InformationThis compound mitre saw is ideal for… Read more
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There aren’t any anywhere, it’s end of line.


They should honour it.


Leicester. Just had the phone call, none available.


Where was that at?


Ffs. Went to pick mine up and nothing there despite email saying it would be ready for collection Tuesday.

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Einhell Power X-Change 18V Cordless Mitre Saw W/ 2 Year Guarantee £118.98 Delivered @ Toolstation (Body Only See *Bonus* In Details)
Found 3rd OctFound 3rd Oct
*Bonus* - MachineMart are selling the quick charger & 3.0Ah battery for just £29.99. With free click & collect So you can own this cordless mitre saw with quick charge… Read more
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What sort of wattage motor do these have? I've seen cordless mitre saws that need 2 batteries to give sufficient cutting power and still much weaker than mains mitre saws. I think I've seen 54V mitre saws or similar too. So a mains a/c powered mitre saw might be 1800W but realistically what is the motor here with just one 18V battery 150-300W? Is the lack of sliding action actually forced by the fact it is cordless and just can't cut as quickly safely? Also if its a smaller weaker motor it maybe worked harder with a shorter lifespan. I doubt you can simply replace the carbon brushes of the motor and have it working as good as new 2-3 years down the line. Seems like a potentially throw away item before you even get into the argument whether you need a cordless mitre saw. Lastly Einhell are the importer of many Lidl and Aldi power tools for those supermarkets and they tend to be cheaper when available under the brands of those German supermarkets and you get an extra 1 year guarantee. Wouldn't surprise me if you get a similar product from one of those supermarkets in the near future for £90 going by past price differences between Einhell and Parkside products etc. Despite the German sounding name these are generic Chinese power tools, designed and manufactured by Chinese companies and merely imported by Einhell. Basic tools but the same quality as shop brand tools etc. Such tools are often best examined before purchase. Some have obvious manufacturing weaknesses or important missing features others are great for the money and a real bargain at the price but it can be a lottery unless you look at what you are getting beforehand which again is one of the benefits of Lidl and Aldi although I guess you can always return it to toolstation if you don't mind the hassle of it.


Circular saw being cordless has advantages because no cable to get in the way. This less so unless you really do need to use it in the middle of nowhere. By the time you have the bulk and weight of the mitre saw and a stand its never going to be a portable device so being cordless gains you little.


Can't really see too much of the point to a battery powered mitre saw. Cordless drills, yes. It's not like you need to carry about or use up ladders. Surely a plug in Joby with an extension lead would be better? Of course it would need to be 110v for site work. Maybe it is just me but I can't see it... Maybe I am to attached to my 12" DeWalt monster. I have had cheapo Ryobi cordless stuff and it was all junk. The only cordless I have now is a Bosch professional drill and that is great. Used to use cordless drills in caves to drill holes in limestone for cord explosives - that was fun. Battery drills have revolutionised cave exploration because there aren't many power sockets underground. Also, looks a bit weedy in the photo. A good mitre saw needs to be rigid with little flex and slack. C


Difficult to say for certain if they are both 100% identical in terms of spec, a quick look and both have different idle speeds so not exactly the same’ wether that matters too much to anybody would be down to preference.


This is not a sliding mitre saw, so there are width limitations. Otherwise, I would say this saw would be very handy for a kitchen fitter, with all the tricky angle cuts they come across. The big perk is that it's cordless imo. So if that's not a requirement then you may wish to get a cheaper 230V mitre saw like this sliding version (y)

evolution new model 255mm mitre saw vs. others £149.99 @ Screwfix
Found 1st OctFound 1st Oct
hi, i wantted to post thjis evolution as it is the newer model of (rage3+) and good price as rage3+ is still same price as this....., but also i want to ask some of you guys knows … Read more
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It says its a single Bevel in description?


if you want to save a few quid.. keep an eye on Evolution's Ebay Outlet page... I got my refurb mitre saw from there (older model obviously).


No idea, but depends on use. If it's basically new and if £200 is a significant discount, it's gotta be better. Just be sure to see and hear it cutting through something. And try all the adjustable parts.


i found used Bosch gcm10s for £200, i will go and see tomorrow, any advice if this used professional bosch is better than others.


i found used Bosch gcm10s for £200, i will go and see tomorrow, any advice if this used professional bosch is better than others.

Parkside Sliding Compound Mitre Saw 1500W £49.99 @ Manchester (Baguley) Lidl.
LocalLocalFound 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
Just picked up the Parkside 1500W sliding cross cut compound mitre saw discounted to £49.99 (-£30 off RRP). Manchester (Baguley) Lidl. They had a dozen boxes of these yesterday but… Read more
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Compared with only 15 pizzas at Lidl. If the OP got a pizza a week from asda instead of Lidl then in a year he would have saved enough to get the mitre saw for free. Now that is a bargain lol.


That's right. You could buy nearly 22 pizzas for the price of this mitre saw


Nice find. 10" pizza is cheaper at Asda though at £2.30


Not even barefooted eating Toblerone?


I wouldn't want to travel to Dundee for any reason. (ninja)

Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
DEWALT DWS773-GB 216MM SINGLE-BEVEL SLIDING COMPOUND MITRE SAW 240V End of catalogue sale 20th August to 2nd September Tough, durable, compact and powerful sliding compound mit… Read more
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Thanks, I was initially thinking of a circular saw.


Do they even do a sliding saw that would cut 600mm? Imagine trying to carry that about. As previously mentioned for the perfect finish get a router. Or you can get a very good finish with a circular saw or a hand saw.


No, it can only cut a maximum of 25cm width, worktops tend to be 60cm. This will do skirting boards nicely. You want a router or a circular saw


Hi, is this the type of saw I'd need for cutting kitchen end panels and worktops to get a nice clean cut finish please?


Bought for this much last time it was on offer. It has its limitations, the thickest timber I managed to cut was 3" and it was a tight fit. Also the Notre function is one side. However all that said, it's half the price of the other one so HEAT HEAT HEAT

Ozito 1500W 210mm Mitre Saw £40 @ Homebase
Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
Really good price, usually £60, and a solid price for a 210mm mitre saw. The 1600W 210mm (8-1/4″) Compound Mitre Saw CMS-1621U is an ideal power tool for the home hero or renovato… Read more
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Clever. I tried building a shed from the roof down, but ran out of sky hooks... ;)


I know what you mean. I made a little jig that keeps the saw straight out of couple of thing plywood boards. Works a treat. Something like this:


She is exactly what I’m building.


Evolution all the way.


I own Evolution and it is great as cuts metals too. This is what you need for household - a solid all rounder, preferably sliding. Built a shed with it from ground up.

Amazon Deal Evolution F255SMS Multi-Material Sliding Mitre Saw, 255 mm (230V) £151.99 Amazon Lightning deal
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Amazon Deal Evolution F255SMS Multi-Material Sliding Mitre Saw, 255 mm (230V) £151.99 Amazon Lightning deal
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The Evolution F255SMS 255 mm multi-material sliding mitre saw uses a 24 tooth TCT blade and optimised gearbox and motor speed to cut a variety of materials such as mild steel, alum… Read more
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Yup expired


deal must have finished

EVOLUTION 052-0001 255MM SINGLE-BEVEL SLIDING MITRE SAW 240V   and   800B MITRE SAW STAND WITH EXTENSION ARMS  -  Package deal @Screwfix £177.49
Found 15th JulFound 15th Jul
You might not need the stand, but pretty much everyone who buys the stand will be using it with a mitre saw, and it will save your back and knees! I've been waiting for a deal on … Read more
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have one of these two years now use it quite a bit still good as new and would buy again


Sort of. The Rage 3 circular saw is being discontinued in 2019. Screwfix launched this as an exclusive replacement in March 2018. My bet is that Screwfix have got a 1 year exclusive .... either whilst othe rretailers sell the old ones or to gain insight into how to tweak the new saw ahead of a proper launch in 2019.


Is this the Rage series ?


Fair enough :-)


I'm not that convinced about your opinion.

Performance Power sliding power mitre saw £75 at B&Q Great Western rd Glasgow
LocalLocalFound 15th JulFound 15th Jul
Performance Power sliding power mitre saw £75 at B&Q Great Western rd Glasgow
Was looking for a sliding power mitre saw for around £100 and was going to get the Lidl one which comes out on 26th July, however was in B&Q Great Western road Glasgow and they… Read more

how does the screwfix and the lidl one compare, all I know is that price wise the Lidl one is cheaper, but would pay the extra for screwfix


The Lidl one is a bigger saw with a 10" blade which will cut 78mm as opposed to 60mm and cuts up to 340mm wide as opposed to 210mm. I actually have the one posted and it's not bad but the blade has a habit of coming loose and when cutting some wedges a piece flew out and damaged the guard jamming the blade in the process. I also have to set the back stops every time I use it because after a couple of cuts it's running out and doesn't cut at 90 degrees until you reset the stops. The saw has been fit for purpose but if I was in the market now for a cheap saw I would go for either the Lidl one or the Rage option from Screwfix.


I have absolutely no reason to buy this but have always wanted one. Ever since watching my builder using one. Looked so easy to cut floor timbers. Although I foresee a hospital visit if I try it lol (fierce) . Best leave it



You should have always bought every thing you have ever purchased on offer.... You're good at stating obvious facts. You should be a football commentator Heat for post

Parkside 10" Sliding Cross-Cut Mitre Saw - £99 @ LIDL
Refreshed 19th JulRefreshed 19th JulLocalLocal
10" (254mm) 2000w mitre saw. Specs below, the closest thing I found is Clarke CMS10S2 saw with differences in power & speed. (Starts 26th Thursday) Powerful tool with laser … Read more

Okay, so I've bought one of these and upon unboxing it appears to have a continental plug on the end. Is this right? What a normal travel adapter be okay or am I going to need something a little bit more substantial?


Would something like this be able to chop up narrow tree branches that are between 20-40mm in diameter? I'm drying them out for kindling for log burner and a hand saw would take me weeks!


Just to let you all know, I purchased this Lidl saw on 26th July and the instruction book clearly states that this is a Sheppach make saw as is the table - Toolstation sell what appears to be the identical design, listed as a Sheppach, HM100LXU 2000W 254mm Sliding Mitre Saw 240V, catalogue number 68856, it costs £194.98 - I am really pleased with the saw, it works very well and seems quite accurate and smooth operation


Picked this saw yesterday, only 4 pieces in store. Manual confirms the manufacturer is Scheppach.


This is the Scheppach HM100LXU rebadged as a parkside currently £204.99 in Screwfix. It has good reviews and the cheapest I can find it is £163 at toolstop so this is a bargain. I'd take this over the evolution series any day.

Makita DLS713RME 18 V Li-ion LXT Slide Compound Mitre Saw Complete with 2 x 4.0 Ah Li-ion Batteries and Charger £419.52 @ Amazon
Found 30th JunFound 30th Jun
Makita DLS713RME 18 V Li-ion LXT Slide Compound Mitre Saw Complete with 2 x 4.0 Ah Li-ion Batteries and Charger £419.52 @ Amazon
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Makita DLS713RME 18 V Li-ion LXT Slide Compound Mitre Saw Complete with 2 x 4.0 Ah Li-ion Batteries and Charger no other price near it on the www
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get the dewalt one its cheaper


Damn should've bought the one someone was selling for 300




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Yep, that’s way cheaper than everyone. heat

Einhell TC SM2131 210mm Double Bevel Sliding Crosscut Mitre Saw 230V £99.98 @ Toolstation
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Einhell TC SM2131 210mm Double Bevel Sliding Crosscut Mitre Saw 230V £99.98 @ Toolstation
£99.98£134.9826%Toolstation Deals
Been looking for a Mitre saw for a couple of weeks. Not sure how this compares with the recent Metabo deal or the Evolution, but discounted from £135. Anyone got any history with t… Read more

Don't be fooled, people ... it's a Transformer!! It's Sawbatron!!


If you’re doing tall skirting or crown moulding you cant stand the wood up right to get the second angle. Cutting both angles with the wood laying down is the only way. Double bezel or compound mitre saw is the only safe way to it do.


Ditto. Utter rubbish. Purchased mine about 2 years ago. Same issue.


Cheers OP ordered, wanted a double bevel as it allows me to batch. I know it will probably need setting for each run but thats the satisfying bit.


This is exactly the same as the Titan by screwfix. With the addition of some weird black feet

Metabo KGS 216 M 619260000 Chop and Mitre Saw £110 @ Amazon (Exclusively for Prime Members)
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
Metabo KGS 216 M 619260000 Chop and Mitre Saw £110 @ Amazon (Exclusively for Prime Members)
Metabo KGS216M Laser Slide Compound Mitre Saw 240V -619216000.Compact light weight, suitable also for one-handed transport.Easy transport thanks to ergonomically-designed handles a… Read more
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Despite the picture and description, this is not a sliding saw.


'Max cutting capacity: 90º/90º: 120 x 60mm' - not a sliding saw


Only mugs post deals. Why work for a business for free?

towan or looks like they will adapt the lens


Now on at Toolstation £109.98 if want to avoid Amazon

Milwaukee M18SMS216-0 M18 216mm Mitre Saw £299
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
Milwaukee M18SMS216-0 M18 216mm Mitre Saw £299
Looks to be about £60 cheaper than the next best online. Seems a good deal for their first cordless mitre saw, a cheaper option than the 190mm saw, but only single bevel.
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