Screwfix under £7, or £20 with 3 diamond blades.
Cheap, dunno about good but at that price buy a couple ...
The most dangerous component in a car is the nut that holds the steering
I'd be tempted to go for one of the really cheap ones ( eg. Screwfix etc
etc ) and make sure I really used it
within the guarantee period.
I've got a couple of Makitas (not cheap) but wonder if I've wasted money
I bought a cheap Wickes one. The switch failed (stuck on!) just
as I finished cutting a slot across the kitchen floor. So, now
I've got a brand new one, which has only been used to cut the
remains of a 1900 Belfast Sink bracket back behind the wall
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