Latest review: This is an excellent saw. The detents are accurate. Unlike the Dewalt saw, you cannot alter the detents, but that's only really needed with sliding mitre saws. Mine was assembled in Japan, I think.
Latest review: Only used the saw a few times when the laser went fuzzy, so I contacted Bosch and they said take it to a service centre listed in Victoria, NSW, Queensland, everywhere, almost, too bad I live in
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
Latest review: We had this in a timber workshop with casual amateur users - so a tough environment for any tool to shine. We got two years of half-day light use before the motor bit the dust - one more year would
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
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
Latest review: I purchased this tool from Sydney Tools. Bunnings has the LS 1017L at the same price, which has a bevel cut only on one side (or some other limitation which i cant remember now).
Out of the box, you
Latest review: This is review of the specifications.
This saw looks great on paper and feels well made in the shop, but is let down by 0 degree right bevel.
Why would the engineers at Bosch do such a silly thing?
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