"Bought this for a house renovation, and so far its my favourite bit of kit! cuts floor joists with ease. Also makes light work of 4x2 ect. Only down side is that the visual guages for ) degrees ect are not accurate and do requite a little setting up with a set square... not a big task but i thought it is worth a mention. Please dont let this put you off as this is a fantastic bit of kit at a great price!
Also the blade that comes with it does actually allow you to cut almost anything you throw at it but be wary! it really does kick if you hit a nail too fast!"
"im a carpenter and this saw does the same job as my dewalt saw but best of all it lighter to lift and worth every penny only thing it needs is a better quality blade but is still a good product worth every penny"
"Good piece of kit for the price. Ideal for 2nd fix and finals, fitting wardrobes etc. Only minor down point is the degrees are marked on a sticker, which comes off when warm. Solved with a smattering of mitrebond! Almost disposable at this price..."
"Looked around everywhere for a sliding mitre saw and nearly bought one from a different supplier but they was out of stock. SO SO Glad they were as this saw is 1000% better in every way, it was a little more money and I mean a little!! but worth every penny. cutting 7" skirting boards was a dream and halved the time it would have taken. Even used it for cutting laminate flooring which again was perfect. The cut is perfect every time and setting it up is easy. I really do not have 1 thing to moan about. Great value Great saw. If you need a sliding mitre saw don't look anywhere else just go get it."
"I bought this 110 volt model because for the money it was too good to miss. The positives: Very quiet and the soft start takes the usual 'kick' out of starting up the saw. I found the cut to be accurate enough for what I want and the fact that the blade will cope with embedded nails is good because of working in reclaimed timber. The negatives are few: A sticker at the back of the saw that was barely attached seems a poor way to set the angle of cut away from 90 degrees. The instruction book was not great either. Overall for the money I feel picky mentioning these and I feel it may well be reliable in the long term (I could only guess at the moment but it feels solid enough! )"
"cant believe you get all this for under £100 , very quiet and works very well ,i`m a carpenter by trade and i was pleasantly surprised by this machine .its a small light saw which is very competent at what it does . i`ve cut upvc & wood both with excellent results ."