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Evolution 1200W 240V 210mm Compound mitre saw R210CMS
This compound mitre saw is ideal for cutting steel, wood, aluminium and plastic.
- Guarantee - 3 years
Features and benefits
- Multipurpose cutting technology helps in cutting mild steel, aluminium, wood even wood with embedded nails, plastic and more with a single evolution multipurpose TCT blade
- When cutting mild steel the saw produces no heat, no burrs and virtually no sparks. The cuts are clean and cool to touch, creating an instant workable finish
- Biggest cross cutting capacity of its class at 125x55 mm. Allows 0 - 45 degree bevel cutting and 50-50 degree mitre cutting
- Powerful hi-torque motor provide ample power for cutting through 3 mm wall mild steel wall box section
- It is one of the lightest mitre saws on the market. Fast and easy blades available in 110 V and 230 V
|Compatible blade diameter||210mm|
|Maximum bevel left||45°|
|Mitre stop angles||0°, 15°, 22.5°, 30° & 45°|
|No load speed||3750rpm|
Excellent for price
Jay the joiner - 2 months ago
Value for money, cuts clean but does need fine tuning for accurate angles, see videos on you-tube on how to do this.
Compact size, easy to store and quick to set up
Bracey - 3 months ago
I've owned this saw for a few months now and its perfect for what I want. I use it for cutting wood (haven't tried metal) and have run into no problems as of yet. For the price I don't know what more you could expect. For someone that doesn't want to spend to much money this is the perfect mitre saw.
The most versatile tool in my shed
BBC124 - 4 months ago
This tool for a casual diyer could not be more useful. I’m not going to pretend I use it for it’s primary purpose 100% of the time but for chopping wood quickly and accurately it’s a versatile bit of kit. Seems to give accurate mitre joints and has saved a bunch of time on flooring and decking projects.
Undermanager - 8 months ago
Despite carefully setting up the saw with a set square as per instructions and a YouTube video, the angles are still out enough to make it a problem. Even chop cuts are cutting one and a half degrees out. I'm having to adjust the table constantly just to get a reasonable cross cut. This is a sub standard product that should not be sold in a DIY shop. It's not fit for purpose. It will be returned.
Geoff M - 9 months ago
I wanted a reasonably priced entry level saw and this appeared to have what I needed. However, when cutting bevels using the fixed points of 22.5 and 30 degrees the hexagons and octagons were a long way out despite ensuring that it was set up correctly using a set square at 90 degrees.
I returned the saw and decided to invest in much higher spec mitre saw.
I suppose you get what you pay for