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Mac Allister 1500W 220-240V 210mm Compound mitre saw MMIS210C-B
Powerful 1500W compound mitre saw designed for comfortable use and precise cuts every time. Finished with an aluminium base, providing durability.
- Guarantee - 2 years
- Comes with 210 mm 40 tooth TCT blade
Features and benefits
- 2 side extension wings support to balance longer boards and ensure an accurate cut
- TCT wood blade
- Aluminium base
|Carrying facility||No carry case|
|Compatible blade diameter||210mm|
|Maximum bevel left||45°|
|Maximum bevel right||45°|
|Maximum cutting capacity (45° mitre x 45° bevel)||55|
|Maximum cutting capacity (45° mitre x 90° bevel)||120|
|Maximum mitre left||45°|
|Maximum mitre right||45°|
|Mitre stop angles||10, 15, 22.5, 30, 31.6 and 45°|
|No load speed||5000rpm|
ilikehomebase - 16 days ago
This is my second one of these good price the first one the safety guard broke after a year and a half couldn’t find receipt but still worth it cuts well with plenty of angles and a bit lighter than the previous model
Mac allister saw
charlie14 - 16 days ago
Really good for the money my dad love it, now I'm thinking of buying one for my fiance
Please dont waste your time
Danmck - 1 month ago
I bought this saw last week to do my decking in the back garden - after using it for a day and a half cutting 2 by 4 wood it stopped working. So i took it back to B&Q who replaced no problem. After 1 day of cutting deck boards, the replacement has now broken with the exact same issue (seems to be a motor fault where the blade just cant cut through anymore). Now back to B&Q to get a refund and buy another brand with only 3 deckboards to go. Please save yourself the trouble and buy a different product.
Brilliant product brilliant price
Andrrw - 1 month ago
I bought this product last tear and have used it every weekend that the weather has allowed me too it's helped me build a 135ft long fence and a 40 foot decking looking for some new blades now so that it can be replaced.
Cheap and not that cheerful
Baz33 - 2 months ago
Fine for rough cutting timber but forget any precision work with this mitre. I find it a struggle to even get a square edge.
Should have a spent a few more quid and got a brand.