"After much consideration I went with the Evolution table saw (i already have a evolution mitre saw which has performed very well for years.) Assembly was quick and is very sturdy and runs smoothly. Had the saw for 4 months and is working like new.
I disagree with the below comments, for the money it is a very solid machine. even had a go at cutting throgh alluminium sheets which was as clean as with wood."
"We have bought this to replace another low brand table saw, and to be honest for the price, you do get a lot with it.
The motor is not too noisy, the table it's self is quite well designed with some extra feet to help prevent the machine from tipping whilst being operated by one person.
It's not the best build quality, some parts are a struggle to get to stay on, so despite it having a buiolt in trolley, I don't think it would be long til you found bits missing that you probably wont know which site they were left at.
But on the whole, it's £200 cheaper than a quality branded model, and for a small workshop I reckon this thing will be brilliant for the money."
"It is heavy & comes in a big box - 2 man lift into back of an estate car. Once unpacked it can easily be moved around on its wheels & moved to upright position by 1 reasonably strong person. Easy to assemble once you have fathomed out some new terminology e.g. riving knife & rip fence - pictures in the manual are a bit difficult to make out - download the pdf version (& parts list) from Evolution's web site. Blade gives a neat cut on wood, parallel to guide cut is pretty accurate but the vertical cut (blade 90 degrees from workbench) is not quite square & does not seem to be adjustable. I would have liked somewhere to store the detachable bits (mitre gauge, blade changing tools etc.) when in the storage position. Build quality is good & will easily do DIY jobs."
"bought this saw for my workshop using light materials and it just dosnt perform as it should, cant even cut half inch ply the blade bends and jams. the guide is off and slides to the point that i had to put two g clamps on to stop it sliding the body is cheap plastic and broke when i took it out of the box also tips when i push long lengthes of wood through it. this is a terrible saw and very cheap made so much so i now use my old saw again untill i buy a decent saw"
"I recived 2 of these and they both had the same fault , you can't raise or lower the blade because the cogs on the gears do not engage ...which is the same fault previous reviewers have reported ...and the bed is not level ....very poor build quaility for the price ...AVOID !!!! this review is no reflection on the staff who where very helpful ."
"Looks like a decent saw, but received 2 that were both faulty, the gearing for the height adjustment on the blade on both saws I received, were broken and would adjust the height. Possibly a bad batch but I definitely wouldn't recommend it."
"Don't buy it. Blade supplied with the saw very poor and screwfix do not supply any others. Adjustments very jerky, no fine adjustment possible on my machine. Expensive for what it is, much better tools available at less than half the price."