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Mac Allister 1450W 220-240V 210mm Sliding mitre saw MMIS210S
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- Guarantee - 2 years
- Comes with Dust bag, hex key, vertical clamp and instruction manual
Features and benefits
The Mac Allister sliding compound mitre saw is a high performance cutting tool.
- The 48-tooth TCT blade operates at a speed of 5000rpm, helping you to work through large quantities of material at a fast pace.
- There are 5 pre-set mitre stops to the left, and a bevel of up to 45° means you can choose the angle most suited to the task.
- 2-side extendable wings helps balance longer boards and ensures an accurate cut
- It has single bevel sliding system. The sliding feature allows the saw to perform a wider cut, especially useful while cutting shorter but wider workpieces, such as shelving and deck boards
- Dust bag keeps your work area free of dust
- TCT wood blade ensures clean and accurate cuts in wood
- Aluminium base provides durability and easier handling
|Compatible blade diameter||210mm|
|Maximum bevel left||45°|
|Maximum bevel right||0°|
|Maximum mitre left||45°|
|Maximum mitre right||45°|
|Mitre stop angles||0, 15, 22.5, 31.6, 45 °|
|No load speed||5000rpm|
Poor products !
Anonymous - 21 days ago
Brought this not long ago first tome using it one of the plastic handles on the back to adjust the angel of cut broke!! All the inside got chewed up first time using it ! Done about 3 cuts !
better than Evolution?
SPX - 5 months ago
bought this to replace my dead Evolution rage3. It cut square and true straight out of the box and for me is much better than the equivalent new Evolution. The bed is large and possible cut size is much bigger than most other saws. very happy with mine so far, cant comment on reliability but it seems pretty solid. only thing i can say is that it is a little difficult to use left handed.
Not great quality... but at least it’s cheap
Anonymous - 9 months ago
If you’re doing straight cuts and don’t need perfect accuracy this is fine...but don’t expect and thrills. If you need accurate mitre cuts to line up those skirting boards then expect a little frustration and a bit of trial and error.
I ended up taking mine back because the wobbly mechanics controlling the safety screen meant it stuck quite a bit then eventually stopped working completely.
Also worth noting - B&Q did this exact model with a more powerful 1700w engine for exactly the same price. This facelift version is identical except a bit less powerful at 1450w, so is actually worse than the old one.
Great DIY mitre saw
IBeliveInDIY - 10 months ago
After some adjustment, it cuts perfectly.
Perfect for DIYing.
Great saw for projects
Nope14 - 11 months ago
Does what it's meant to do, cuts wood. Although it doesn't cut straight a few adjustments and it cuts perfectly any review on not cutting straight might be due to lack of being patient and reading the manual.