Re: Which Saw to buy



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Homebuilding & Renovation mag have a test on these. They gave the best to a Makita. Understandably, but it cost an arm and a leg. They also said the cheap Scewfix Ferm is OK. No real downside to it. Try a PP Pro, not the PP, from B&Q. They are well made and well priced with a 3 year guarantee. The mag didn't test the PP Pro saw.
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And always cut "upside down" - i.e. turn the worktop over, mark out and cut on the underside (that is, with the laminate surface facing the floor) - using a tungsten carbide-tipped blade (you may find cheaper saws come fitted with a fairly nasty blade that'll only make a mess of a laminate finish)
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