Mitre Saws

Cordless Mitre Saws

With a variety of specifications and features you should have no trouble finding the right mitre saw that suits your requirements and meets your budget.

 

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  1. Makita LS0815FL 216mm Slide Compound Mitre Saw with Laser
    SAVE £26.99
    £276.98 £249.99
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  2. Dewalt DWS774 216mm Mitre Saw with XPS
    £199.99
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  3. Makita LS0815FLWST Makita 216mm Slide Compound Mitre Saw and Mitre Saw Stand
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  4. Makita LS1018L 260mm Slide Crosscut Mitre Saw
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  5. Makita DLS714Z Twin 18v Li-ion Brushless Slide Compound Mitre Saw - Body
  6. Dewalt DWS780 Dewalt 305mm Slide Compound Mitre Saw
    SAVE £70.00
  7. Makita LS1219L 305mm Slide Compound Mitre Saw With Laser
  8. Makita DLS713Z 18v Li-ion Slide Compound Mitre Saw - Body
  9. Makita LS1018LWST Makita 260mm Slide Crosscut Mitre Saw + Mitre Saw Stand
    SAVE £20.00
  10. Dewalt DCS365 18v Li-ion Mitre Saw with XPS - Body
    £329.99
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  11. Hitachi Slide Compound Mitre Saw
    Hitachi C8FSE Hitachi Slide Compound Mitre Saw
    SAVE £30.00
  12. Metabo KGS216M Metabo 216mm Mitre Saw
    SAVE £10.00
  13. Dewalt DWS780PKR Dewalt 305mm Slide Compound Mitre Saw + Extendable Legstand
    SAVE £70.00
  14. Dewalt DWS774PK Dewalt 216mm Mitre Saw with XPS with Legstand
  15. Makita LH1040 Makita 260mm / 10 inch Table and Mitre Saw
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    £419.99 £379.99
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Choosing the right mitre saw can be confusing - do you need a cross cut mitre saw, compound mitre saw or sliding mitre saw?, do you want a light or a laser? and how big should the blade be?

Basically the most important elements of specification to look at is the depth of cut and the crosscut capacities, this will tell you how thick the piece of wood you are cutting can be and how wide.

Some mitre saws have a fixed head therefore have a limited crosscut where as most popular models are sliding mitre saws (also referred to as crosscut mitre saws)which allows the cutting head to slide out on rails increasing the crosscut considerably (ideal for cutting wider skirting boards etc).

 

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