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Mac Allister 1200W 220-240V 165mm Corded Circular saw MSCS1200
- Guarantee - 2 years
- Comes with TCT blade (165mm x 16mm x 24T), hex key, parallel guide and instruction manual
- Features: Lock off trigger switch, Soft grip and2.5m cable
Features and benefits
The robust Mac Allister 165mm circular saw delivers precise and powerful cuts thanks to it's laser cutting guide that ensures accuracy while you work.
- Spindle lock allows easy blade replacement
- The lock-off safety button prevents unexpected starts
- Features an adjustable shoe for sawing at an angle between 0° & 45°
- Dust extraction keeps your work area free of dust
- The 24-tooth, tungsten carbide dipped blade can cut to a depth of up to 55mm
- Rubber coated front handle eliminates slipping for greater comfort and control
|Brake type||No brakes|
|Carrying facility||No carry case|
|Compatible blade diameter||165mm|
|Grip type||Soft grip|
|Maximum bevel right||45°|
|No load speed||5000rpm|
|Power voltage supply||220-240V|
|Spindle lock||Spindle lock|
|Switch type||Lock off trigger switch|
An excellent DIY tool
BarryDIY - 11 day ago
I purchased this saw to help complete a planter building project. Being able to cut 45 degree mitre joints made the job quick and easy. More uses followed, including slicing up old fence panels and cutting small timbers. The saw was simple to set up and easy to use. I would recommend this tool to all DIY enthusuasts.
Bob8928 - 18 day ago
Only had 18 cuts through some 40mm to do! Gutless! Literally had to fight with it! Motor burning half way through. Smashed it up and threw it in the bin.
Fruitman - 4 month ago
This was bought to be used when making custom shelving in a shop. Had no problem whatsoever cutting the scaffold boards. Highly recommended
Buy a premium tool instead
Andym89 - 7 month ago
Bought last week and used handful of times. Once "locked" in position there is still too much movement in the saw so that the angle (or squareness) of the cut can easily vary. Bought as a cheap saw but now looking to sell secondhand online and replace with more robust/premium brand. Do yourself a favour and skip that step and go straight to a premium tool unless you just want rough approximate cuts.
Big Tasty - 8 month ago
I bought this saw as my larger more expensive one wouldn't cut 18mm hard wood ply cleanly even with a brand new manufactures blade fitted although it is supposed to be able cut steel too.
With a good quality 60 tooth blade fitted (I fitted this as I wanted a clean smooth line on the ply wood) this saw cut the timber perfectly without any trouble, the laser guide was bang on the line. Using the blade supplied with the saw was also more than adequate for cutting the other timbers for my project it didn't struggle at all and gave a good clean cut.
This might be at the cheaper end of the of the market but it is excellent value in my opinion.
It may not be built quite as well as the much more expensive top end brands but if you only need a good saw for occasional diy use then I wouldn't look any further.