Ozito 254mm (10") 2100W Double Bevel Sliding Compound Mitre Saw

Ozito 254mm (10") 2100W Double Bevel Sliding Compound Mitre Saw

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Ozito 254mm (10") 2100W Double Bevel Sliding Compound Mitre Saw
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7 reviews
Not Happy
Not Happy
 

The Material Clamp is usless

There is nothing to secure the material clamp to the saw. No locking screw, nothing. Just a lsmooth shaft and a loose hole. Tighten it up and it just moves up and falls out. There is no way that it could work. It's a joke. I had to drill a hole in the back and put a bolt in to get it to function. Also the blade is very poor quality and I had to replace it with the blade from my old saw. The dust bag doesn't collect dust at all. Apart from that it works OK for the price. Show details
pAUL
pAULAdelaide27 posts
 
John C.
John C.
 

excellent value for a DIY tool

reasonably accurate with straight and angle cuts slide arms prone to corrosion unless oiled occassionally. rebate depth guide stop plate has to much give to be accurate. a stiffer metal swing arm will fix this problem. the perfect machine for the home handyman. Show details
Lyn
LynSouth East Queensland, QLD5 posts
 

awesome for the price

I have had my Ozito 254mm for about four years, pre laser guide and it is working just like the day I assembled it. It has done a lot of renovation work. I cannot fault the way the saw manufactured, robust and built to last. The only real issue was the quality of the blade.
Simon L.
Simon L.South East Queensland, QLD2 posts
 
Rhett
Rhett
 

Happy customer

Very quiet, nice action, good value for money the laser feature works well the design of the motor angle for mitre cuts is good the only thing I could pick on is the blade quality Show details
R.G.N
R.G.N2 posts
 

I didnt expect much but was still disappointed

Bought unit from bunnings halfway through first week slowed halfway through cut returned for new one. Got new one and tried all afternoon but cannot get one single straight cut laser it comes with is off too useless if it cant even cut straight

Questions & Answers

Peter G.
Peter G.

i am having trouble removing my 254mm blade ...it seems to be stuck ..will not budge after much effort... any one got any advise?

Adrian P.
Adrian P.  

The nut is opposite thread

Lyn
Lyn

I initially had trouble with squaring the saw blade with the guide. The mitre guide is not correct; so, with a little trial and error, I have marked the common mitre cuts with a permanent black marker. Regarding the blade, I have always used two (2) blades one (1) for softwoods and the other for a harder material. That way I have extended the life of each blade. As blades for the saw are reasonable compared to the cut of replacing the tungsten tips, I will always buy new ones. I have two (2) blade manufacturers that I prefer, but that's a personal choice.

Graeme
Graeme

How do I get the laser to work on my new saw?
After switching it on at the drop handle, the laser lights up but there is no laser line extending down the cut trough.
There is also a metal band extending across the laser. Is this to be removed as it splits the laser light.
Or, am I supposed to align the laser myself?
Thanks,
Graeme

pAUL
pAUL  
Graeme
Graeme  

I have placed some wood in the cutting plate, but can not see or get a laser line to appear.
I just wish Ozito could supply a document or video to help. Will take it back to Bunnings Trade Center tomorrow to see what they can do.

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