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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|
Undermanager - 3 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 - 3 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
Really good for beginner
Ahmedk - 3 months ago
i wanted to something cheap as only needed for diy. I used it to cut 2x4 (38mm x 89mm) wood and it worked perfectly. the only thing that is bad I guess is that blade diameter is not that big (so cannot cut wide boards), but it didn't bother me that much as I only needed it for diy.and 2 x 4s.
Worked Perfectly for the Job
Liam1997 - 4 months ago
Bought today to replace a very old manual mitre saw in order to do some skirting boards for a bedroom renovation. Despite some slight confusion about how to cut and our own ineptitude when working out correct angles, the saw did the job perfectly and hopefully will continue to do so for any future jobs.
Nice saw ,
Alejandro29 - 4 months ago
Very good in cutting wood, im just a new DIY'er,, very reasonable price.