B&Q are flogging a Pro(their usual cheapo brand) 1800watt, 10ins blade,
metal sawbench for £149, which I thought was pretty interesting. Quite a
decent size, sturdy table, but the guides do not look so hot. Anyone got
one, knowledge. I'd like to hear how difficult is it replace the blade,
accurately set up, accuracy?
This is not spam, never liked the stuff.
Costco - any idea how they stack up against Makro?
I have a Makro card, haven't been to Costco before. Suggestions
welcome about Costco (plus any other warehouse in the Bracknell or
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There's a Costco in Reading, apparently (at Green Park). I looked at
their web site and it appears that you either have to be a trade
customer, and be able to demonstrate so with business bank statements
and VAT details or as an individual it appears to be restricted to a
selection of people in public service employment. Peculiar way to
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They try to cherry pick customers with higher incomes, I think. Mind,
I'm not sure it works...
The criteria on the website are much tighter than the ones that they
apply (and indeed the list they display) in the store. For example,
Chartered Engineers (in employment or not) are eligible, along with lots
of similar professional qualifications. Go along with anything you have
in the work/qualification line (and an electricity bill to prove
address) and you'll almost certainly get personal membership.
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