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“My Mad Saw”

published 01/08/2001

AdvantagesGood saw for the money

Disadvantagesa bit dodgy to use. Feels like its gonna take my fingers off.

...The Power Devil range is good value for money in my opinion although I have had a problem with my circular saw. I dont really like using it as its extremely dangerous in my opinion. The reasoning behind this is the saw guard is made of a very flexible metal and can easily be bent out of shape.This happened on my saw and the blade is now exposed when you retract the guard before it is cutting...

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AdvantagesCuts accurate, straight edges, mitres and bevels.Saves time and energy

DisadvantagesNoisy. Ear protectors advisable if using for long periods.

...a metal base. The blade, powered by electricity, is lowered onto the wood resting on the base, to give a good, clean and accurately cut edge. I had several B&Q vouchers over the past couple of years that I had not used, so bought a suitable, relatively inexpensive chop-saw for £44 -98. (Well with a 10% discount and use of my vouchers I actually paid the princely sum of £5.48) after quizzing...

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“Good value saw”

published 11/07/2000

AdvantagesVery good value, spare blade

Disadvantagesquality not too good

...I had wanted a saw with a deeper cut for some diy work. The saw would be used very infrequently so would need to be cheap enough to justify getting it. Homebase stocked a small range of saws, Black & Decker, Bosch & Power Devils. The larger saws ranged from £45 - £130. All had similar features and blade size but the quality of construction did show in the price. Working to a tight budget...

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