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Mac Allister 1200W 220-240V 165mm Corded Plunge saw MSPS1200
- Guarantee - 2 years
- Comes with 185 x 2.2 x 20mm x 24TPI blade, 2 x 700mm track, dust connector, 2 x hex keys and instruction manual
Features and benefits
Powerful saw can be used as a plunge, circular and track saw. 2.5mm scribing function helps prevent splintering and a fine track adjustment allows exact repeat cutting. Features anti-kickback and easy blade change. Supplied with 2x 700mm tracks
- The universal vacuum adaptor allows for highly efficient dust collection
- Anti-kickback feature and easy blade change facility ensure safety whilst in use
- Includes 2x 700mm rails
|Brake type||No brakes|
|Carrying facility||No carry case|
|Compatible blade diameter||165mm|
|Grip type||Soft grip|
|Maximum bevel right||48°|
|Motor type||Replaceable carbon brushed|
|No load speed||6000rpm|
|Power voltage supply||220-240V|
|Spindle lock||Spindle lock|
|Switch type||Lock off trigger switch|
Art tool - 7 months ago
Using hard for a month and it's perfect, of course changed blade and removed kick back ( just remove one blue wheel ) and now working smooth
Anonymous - 8 months ago
For my first track saw its absolutely amazing. I changed the blade to a 40tooth straight away to get fine cuts as I was cutting worktops and end cabinet. Although its a safety feature I found the anti kickback really annoying as you can't take the saw back once you moved it forward. I took the anti kick back off and now really pleased with the tool. If you are going to take the anti kickback off, be careful its a powerful saw.
Can't fault at the price I paid!
Captain Kirk 2020 - 1 year ago
Only paid £49.99 in a sale for this and it is very good for the money. I bought a longer triton track for breaking sheets down and it does a very good job. Took minutes to set up.
Don't buy this expecting a Festool... it is a cheap generic saw with a Mac logo on it.
Kernie67 - 1 year ago
If you want a plunge saw that doesn’t actually move on the rails supplied then this is the one for you. Very poor quality so much so you’d be better using a standard circular saw and a bit of wood as a guide as the saw Jams immediately on the rails. I bought it and didn’t use it for months or else would have took it back for a refund.
Anonymous - 1 year ago
I bought this having owned a Festool tracksaw for a few years. I needed a saw for a charity and couldn’t justify the cost of the high end kit. It does a decent job. I also bought two additional evolution rails for it and they work well with it. There are two things I didn’t like -
1 - The anti kickback is a major pain and prevents the saw from sliding backwards. I simply removed it and it’s so much better.
2 - The motor felt underpowered and seemed to struggle with 18mm MDF. I changed the blade for a decent blade (Keyblades) and it’s transformed the saw.
Overall good value for money and doing the tweaks above makes it much better.