Cut-Off & Mitre Saws

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Bosch PCM 1800 SD

Latest review: Like other users, the blade guard was hopeless; I had to reassemble it several times (it’s now utterly broken), and I keep having to reset the blade. I have had my Bosch drop saw for about 2 years. H

Bosch GCO 2

Latest review: This is a very good work horse that just keeps delivering. It's well worth the money. It is very accurate when cutting, easy to set up, low vibration and cuts both mitre angles which a lot don't. It

Makita LS1040

Latest review: Very easy to use even for someone with no real skills like me. Makes all my previous mitres & cuts (before buying this saw) look quite bad. No adjustment needed out of the box, plugged it in and

Bosch GCM 10 SD Professional

Latest review: It’s more than adequate, but I’ll give it three stars as it’s the expensive Bosch drop saw. For framing and hidden work it’s great, but for the finer details it’s not the best... I’m comparing it to a

Bosch GCM 12 GDL Professional

Latest review: I recently hit the mitre fence with the saw blade which I thought would be impossible to do as the bottom mitre fence doesn't move unless you use an Allen key. In doing this the mitre fence fractured

Makita 2 Stroke Petrol Power Cut

Latest review: I have one of these machine, I use it for demolition and concrete cutting as a builder. Its excellent, provided you follow the book by the letter and have the correct fuel, two stroke oil is very

Makita LS1018L

Latest review: I don't understand what all the negative comments are about for this machine. I think it's quite adequate. I'm an engineer/home handyman and wanted something of reasonable quality. To begin with, you

Makita LS1017L

Latest review: This Makita saw (LS1017L) is a discontinued model, currently only carried by Bunnings. It's not shown on the Makita Australia website. It does not bevel to the right, unlike the model carried by all