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550mm Mitre saw
This mitre saw is suitable for cutting timber.
- Blades supplied
- Guarantee - 1 year
- Suitable for Timber
- Double ground hard point teeth
Features and benefits
- Contoured plastic handles for comfort and control
- It offers 4 blade positions and easy angle adjust for accurate mitres
- Blade has double-ground hardpoint teeth
|Blade material||High-speed steel|
|Maximum cutting depth||175mm|
|Teeth per inch||11|
Waste of money
seand123 - 1 year ago
this saw is terrible. The instructions aren't clear so I had to figure out how to build it myself, The blade doesn't cut well, they only provide one clamp which doesn't help when trying to cut long pieces of skirting so when using a terrible saw the whole thing just moves with it. Equally hard to cut a small piece of skirting as the clamp is that useless. If you have a piece of wood higher than 2 inches don't bother. Wish I paid an extra £20 and got a basic electric one.
Does the job
MattB34 - 1 year ago
Bought this to sort some skirting and dado; works well, accurate cuts if set up correctly. Read the instructions!
Keith 12345 - 1 year ago
I would agree with below point about the clamp. You need an extra/ better one. Does anybody know if it is possible to get replacement or different blades. I have some bigger and tougher wood to cut.
Not very happy with my purchase
Paul in Surrey - 1 year ago
I bought this product to cut some skirting board.
Not one cut is true. The clamp fails to hold the wood
Skyler34gtr - 1 year ago
I got this last night, set it up which was easy enough, did have an issue with a grub screw missing but luckily I have some, someone had put the blade on the wrong way round at the factory so sorted that and had to lube the top slider as it didn't run smoothly on the plastic runners when I tried to use it. Other than that it works fine, Oh it only moves in stages of 5° and locks in place, OK for what I'm using it for but for a professional joiner it'll probably be no good, go for the Stanley one.