A quick review - it's still in stock at £79.99.
Solidly built, all metal base, fast cutting, very clean cutting. Turntable
has no position lock, but it doesn't need one due to the firm engagement of
angular positions. What it's like if you're cutting an odd angle without a
n indentation I don't know. Max cut length over 12", max cut depth 7.7cm. T
he motor is angled upward giving welcome space, and the cutting head can ti
lt in both directions (left & right) upto 45 degrees.
The release whatsit that enables the head to go down is plastic. The saw wi
ll work fine if it gets broken, but it wouldn't then be workplace legal. No
t hard to fabricate one, but then you'd have a modified saw.
The turntable angle pointer is also plastic. It's only needed for odd angle
The laser points down the centre of the cut line, not down one edge.
The spring pushing the cutting head up is OTT. If you're using the saw a lo
t it creates more fatigue than necessary.
Overall a good performing saw, but wouldn't say no to a few minor design po