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phil p

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Hi,

Slight accident today and dropped my track saw, however it was only a cheapie so I’m thinking of a new one to buy.

Apologies if it’s been covered before, which I’m sure it has, however any new recommendations for a new one.

Would love the Festool that Screwfix has on offer this week but I can’t justify that amount of money as it’s not going to get used that often therefore I’m after an entry level model or just a slightly higher priced model.

Regards
Phil
 

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have a look at Peter mallards youtube channel. I can't remember what the conclusion was but there was a lot of good testing.
 

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marcros":228f8z6q said:
have a look at Peter mallards youtube channel. I can't remember what the conclusion was but there was a lot of good testing.
He's Quacker's :D
 

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Autocorrect screws up so much, I'm just fresh out of ducks to give.
 

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I'm happy with the one Peter didn't review, Triton with 4ft tracks. Not having used others, can't compare performance.
 

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I have a Mafelle, and Makita and have used a festool.
For me, there is no or very little difference in performance or cut quality. So it's a no brainer buy a makita, they are reasonably priced, high quality.
 

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