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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.

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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
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

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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 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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Einhell TC SM2131 210mm Double Bevel Sliding Crosscut Mitre Saw 230V £99.98 @ Toolstation
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
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 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

Aldi Workzone Titanium Plus. Mitre Saw Stand - £39.99
LocalLocalFound 13th MayFound 13th May
Aldi Workzone Titanium Plus. Mitre Saw Stand. This has been my local branches for a couple of weeks so may have been posted already. Possibly also been in store long enough to star… Read more
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Good deal...

DEWALT DCK699M3T 18 V CORDLESS KIT (6-PIECE) £649.99 @ Toolsense
Found 27th AprFound 27th Apr
Bought an Impact bit set from this company received a mail with this deal code. Checked Ebay and Amazon and this seems great price always around £699.99 using google price tracker.… Read more

If only I had £650 to spare :(




Location? ;)


Cant wait for my current kit to get nicked with the recent deals


Yes 40 quid cheaper on here compared to tool shed. I ain’t found it cheaper yet (ninja)

Workzone 8" (216mm) Sliding Mitre Saw - £99.99 @ ALDI
Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
AVAIL Thurs 26th APRIL Been umming and arring at upgrading my mitre saw, this might be ok.. Appears to be a clone/rebadged version of the (£200) Scheppach HM80MP Wondered… Read more
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Would you mind sharing the links to the above mentioned video's?


Mine turned up yesterday. I didn't pre order it either.


Has anyone received the stand that they ordered online yet? I pre-ordered way in advance but my delivery is still at 'awaiting parcel' stage with Hermes (urgh)


all setup now, thought i would add some pro, cons, and observations. I got both the saw and the stand. i'm not a pro but am doing a lot of renovation/woodworking to my house, and am the target market for most aldi/lidl tools 8) ~ mine required a lot of small adjustments to get square in all angles. I recommend finding just about every tweakable screw and nut that appears related to dimension, and squaring it. (in the right order) see videos as per @friar_chris comment. ~ does have an adjustable (be it tiny knob - fiddley) for trench cutting. and another dead stop, i had to adjust to make the blade cut past the fence. ~ after adjustment and a bit of lube, almost all parts are very solidly built. however i find there is still almost unacceptable sideways slop on the pulldown, this may affect cuts, but i have squared it so i'm putting a little force to the left. i hope that makes sense, i cant think of the actual parts. we are talking around 1mm movement, perpendicular to the blade. ~ its not a negative but a little annoying at same missed opportunities for budget tools - the stops/rests on the saw only extend by 65mm ea, and the stand props 325mm each. esp with the saw there is room underneath for longer rods, but if you look on only the few of the top-top models, their bars are not aligned/symmetrical, so allows the bars to be nearly as long at the total width when closed, each. total extended for the stand is 850mm to the blade, so with the saw on one end, a 2.6m plank will rest on its COG. this is mitigated by the clamp, BUT this is still in line with models 1.5-3x the price of this. if you were serious at cutting lengths longer than 2.4m, I reckon you'd already have a stand alone stand. ~ its only got one clamp, but two positions (left and right of blade). this sounds strange but when you put it in the right position (uncommon and not best practice /safety etc) its basically useless because in all positions the motor hits it. ~ the bolts that connect the saw to the stand mounts, stick vertically upwards, inside a recessed hole. not only is this unsightly, you cannot do them up without an S Type Ring Spanner (i presume, i do not have any) and they block the sweep so you cannot cut 45deg mitres! I will cut them down then they will be acceptable height, and can be tightened with a socket set. ~ the pull down is slightly unrefined. this is designed to quickly open the blade guard quickly on the first part of travel (desirable) but feels jerky. will get used to it. ~ they are actually relatively lightweight, inc the stand. stand is 12.5kg vs 15kg for equiv models. this classically indicates low quality, but is desirable for me as i work outside and have to store tools in a tiny outhouse, like a jigsaw. i once had a 254mm evolution model and it was a pain to move around. ~ the next thing ill do is make a zero clearance insert. dept is 20/10mm so will use 12mm mdf offcut, and trim down the sides to sit inside. on the whole very impressed with it, and is head and shoulders above what im current using (210 non-slider evo rage). for some is important, but its pretty and proffessional looking. pull of the workzone stickers and others will think its a Einhell, Milwaukee, or even a different coloured Scheppach.. XD unlike some of the parkside tools i've had in the past. (embarrassed) it doesn't look cheap im saying. however. Iplan to make a massive crosscut sled for my table saw, which, theoretically will make this redundant. keep an eye on ebay XD


I can confirm this is a red coloured Scheppach HM80MP. The stand is a red coloured Scheppach UMF1600.

Parkside Sliding Cross Cut Mitre Saw £79.99 at Lidl 
Starts 19th April
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
1500W Ideal for high precision work on wood and plastic Ø210mm saw blade with laser cutting guide Tiltable saw head and adjustable mitre Double-bearing slide rail for precise cutti… Read more

I got one of these a few years ago, still good... no problem with the precision.


Put this deal up a few years ago, bought one and it's still going strong. Would recommend assuming the quality is still the same.


Cutting width is 340mm.


Don't be daft, this is an excuse to buy a power tool i haven't got yet. ;)


Better off buying a mitre box for £5-£10 if that's all you want it for.

Titan Mitre Saw £49.99  Screwfix
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Compound mitre saw designed for comfortable use and precise cuts every time. Powerful 1400W motor. Finished with an aluminium base, providing durability. 1400WMax. Cross Cut: 120 … Read more
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Bought this, and it's well made. Have used it for cutting 3x2 and floorboards etc and it's been faultless. Purchased an 80 tooth fine blade for cutting laminate next.


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Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
4 out of 5 local stores have stock, order online and collect only. Reviews are pretty good for a saw at this price, most are happy with it Product InformationThis compound mitre s… Read more

FYI sliding mitre saw going on sale in Lidl for £80 next week. Don't know what it's like though but worth a look.


If I've got something wrong I'll happily admit it, hands up. Unlike some. Anyway, good on you for taking your time to keep on eye on it whilst I've been at work.


Well hows this for comedy gold, seems my eyes are perfectly fine........


Sheng, your eyes thought that the blade wasn't multi purpose when on the website it says it is. You've got it wrong, it's not difficult to apologise, admit your wrong and move on. It's really not a big deal to make mistakes you know.


My eyes are good enough to see the latest question and I await their answer ;) They also noticed these questions.... ^^I translate that answer as "i'm not touching this one....." XD

Metabo KGS216M Sliding Mitre Saw **Prime Only** - £110 @ Amazon
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
Never seen this so cheap anywhere. Can't think of anything better for the money, worth setting up a new account and taking a Prime trial for.
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Thanks. Just ordered using code 1YEARB2B This code is for business customers who sign up and gives 50% off, up to a max £50 saving. So, £60 for me, but I had to sign up to Amazon Prime. BTW, why is it described as a chop saw? Picture is of a sliding mitre saw.


Cheers just ordered, great deal


Available to order again, stock due 30th April


Oos now (y)


Proper bargain!

Double bevel cross cut sliding mitre saw 240v 38% off@ Amazon - £121.50
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
For sawing wood, laminated panels and plastics Work table made of die-cast aluminium Integrated laser marks the cutting line Saw head is infinitely tiltable to the left and righ… Read more
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Had a single bevel and it's not often you need a double bevel but it was a pain trying to cut a kitchen plinth corner without damaging the decorative finish. Bought a double bevel from Aldi but never needed it since.


I bought an old premium german used model for less and bet it is still around in 20 years.


Hardly defensive , just pointing out the fact it is a completely different saw for a different type of use than the one you quoted. The saw you quoted is fine for what it is for and the one I posted is a good price for what it is for. Blade life is debatable as they will be used for different purposes? and the metal cutting not really applicable if you buy this saw for what it is for? So on a serious note how do you get this screwfix voucher, how much is it for and I have used them rarely but have not heard of this so genuinly would like to know how much and how to get it.


Don't be so defensive about your deal, It's either a good deal or a bad deal and I'm only commenting because I don't want to see people spending their money on something that may not meet their needs or expectations. I appreciate people taking time to post deals but 99% of people will get more value out of a larger blade rather than the ability of double bevel cuts (which just take slightly more time with a single bevel saw) - Not quite completely different. Also the £15 extra is arguably better spent given the better blade life, added functionality, more powerful motor, proven design, spares availability, ability to cut metal...The saw I linked to will also be around the same price for anyone who gets a Screwfix voucher (basically anyone who has ever used Screwfix). I assume you purchased the Einhell saw, and if so I hope it gives you many years of good service, but I feel it would be restrictive for various purposes ( cutting anything approaching 3" and much less when bevelled).


Not sure how you look at something with some length or what an considered review is. The reviews were left by people who have purchased the item and are entitled to leave them without you saying they meant something other than they said. I pasted the description as is because people would rather see the actual description rather than my version of it. My humble apologies for leaving 'box contains' at the end, I do not see how it detracts or even adds to this post as the text preceding 'box contains' pretty much covers what the box contains.However you can add what the box contains if you want to. Many thanks for bringing it to my attention.

Amazon - Bosch mitre saw £184.94
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
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I've got this and it's great. Very accurate which is what you want from one of these.


Nice one for the heads up


Good price.... I recently got a Dewalt 774 mitre saw for £210 and am pleased with the build quality and cuts it does


Single bevel despite appearance and no ability for trench cutting. I saw this the other day at the same price and decided not to.


great find

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