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Makita DSS611Z 18V LXT 165mm Circular Saw (Body Only) £89.99 @ Powertoolmate
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Posted 24th JulPosted 24th Jul
Description Features: Double safety trigger High comfort grips Removable dust nozzle Please note: This is a body only item and does not include a battery or charger. Specificatio… Read more
JohnSmith33

Depth of Cut @ 90°: 57 mm 4x2 is 2 inches, which is 50.8mm, so you should be just about fine for a straight cut

nbuuifx

Is this any good for cutting 4*2? I've got about 50 cuts to make in a remote spot with no power. I've got a small generator which can run the charger and I've got a few Makita batteries, but the generator isn't powerful enough to run my chop saw or mains circular saw. Or do I need a bigger one for 4x2?

twix41

The only problem i have is it makes the tool a little bulkier, adds an extra 2 inches to the battery height, and you can't charge through it

ItsFrazer

Bought the BL version for 138 the other day and it hasn't disappointed... So much quicker than lugging timber to the chop saw, trying to prop it etc. Amazing investment

ItsFrazer

Brilliant for facias and soffits instead of lugging the track to it

BAUKER 2000W 40CM Chain Saw £29.99 delivered @ WORX on eBay
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Posted 17th JulPosted 17th Jul
It's back! Although limited quantity. Also have the electric hedge trimmer back in stock at £19.99.
buggles

Same - just popped the oil in, pushed the small black thumb button and pulled the finger trigger - nowt happened!!

hmnadjib

Can't get mine to start, is there a trick? Apart from holding both safety trigger and start button! Thanks

Omgitsbarney

Back in stock

thewolf8u

I’ll report back in a few days (lol)

Walgeon

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DeWalt DCS391 165mm 18V Li-Ion XR Cordless Circular Saw - Bare - £114.99 Screwfix
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Posted 16th JulPosted 16th Jul
Best price i can find for this right now The DeWalt DCS391 XR circular saw is ideal for working on MDF, plywood and timber and features a 24-tooth TCT blade that can deliver bevel… Read more
jerrysimon

For average DIY not used every week the non brushless one has served me well (y) Paid £92 for mine 4 years ago.

kendzi1

I am DeWalt man but for 120 brushless and two batteries it was worth it.

ItsFrazer

I ordered a brush less Makita one yesterday for 136 I think it was. Healys tools. Not sure on the legitness of the company until it arrives however

squibski

Left myself wide open

GeekUnique

Damn lucky I’m ambidextrous (shock) (highfive)

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Bosch GCM12GDL 240v 12in Double Bevel Gliding Mitre Saw 2000w 0601B23670 £729 delivered with code @ FFX / eBay
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Posted 15th JulPosted 15th Jul
The Bosch GCM12GDL 240v 12in High Capacity Mitre Saw features Bosch’s 'Axial-Glide'™system, which provides the smoothest and most precise cutting action of any mitre saw on the mar… Read more
markalanious

how fickle HUKD community is. Here I posted this same deal for £624 and it got ICE blasted :) https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bosch-professional-gcm-12-gdl-corded-240-v-mitre-saw-3510622

techaddict

This is the dream mitre saw! That sliding arm is the game changer and not just for space. No need (in theory) to recalibrate years down the line and less likely to get damaged in transit like those with guide arms.

AndrewBickers

I'd only really use a 305 for cutting 100mm fence posts or sleepers in one pass without rotating and in that sense I probably wouldn't subject the Bosch to cutting rough heavy timbers.

no1knows

This was £623 in Feb on Amazon and not much more during Black Friday. This is definitely not the cheapest it's been.

Catfishsalesco

The ks60 has a smaller blade - 216mm vs 305mm on this. All depends on the max. size of wood you think you would be cutting.

DEWALT DWS774 Mitre Saw - 240V/216mm - £235 @ Howe Tools
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Posted 15th JulPosted 15th Jul
Hi, Seems to be cheapest price around for this particular mitre saw. I haven't used this website before so I would be looking for feedback from professionals who are in to power t… Read more
pazzyt

How good are these ? , have some wood framing and composite decking to do. Could borrow my brawds no name Mitre saw its functional but its sloppy and would would need to buy a new saw 40t blade at least which is wasted money. I would look at cheaper but the compact nature of this saw and the Dewalt name suits me ,

jerrysimon

I use Vacmaster cheapest model but has a power draw off socket which is great as it kicks in when you operate the tool. Works well though alway a bit of sawdust around the saw blade area but would be everywhere without it. The compression/rubber waste pipe fitting makes a good connector amazon.co.uk/dp/B004B9TK48/ref=cm_sw_r_oth_api_glt_i_WDWPRNFJ1VZCG2XCGD2J?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

dave.williams6wQ

Thanks for that ! Just bought one , also used FFX previously many times, (party)

greg666

Can I ask you what dust extractor you use and does it make a huge difference? I have a Bosch but looking for a dust extractor which does not cost a fortune. BTW: Very nice setup!

Mappy999

Howe Tools are fine, however you could get this from FFX (who I've used many times) on eBay for £215.36 inc free delivery if you are quick and use the BAG15OFF discount code which expires tonight.