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Saxton blades

Postby Bucks woodshop » 06 Jun 2018, 21:38

Hi all

I need a new blade for my mitre saw using it for rough cutting so dont need a mega blade

Seen saxton and they have fair reviews has anyone used them

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Re: Saxton blades

Postby woodstalker » 16 Jun 2018, 13:04

Bucks woodshop wrote:Hi all

I need a new blade for my mitre saw using it for rough cutting so dont need a mega blade

Seen saxton and they have fair reviews has anyone used them

Tia ian

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I've got some Saxton blades for my multi tool they are average quality. Sorry not sure about mitre saw blades.

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Re: Saxton blades

Postby Rod » 16 Jun 2018, 15:03

I’ve got an Evolution saw which uses its own blade for rough stuff, so cannot comment.

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Re: Saxton blades

Postby bayliss40 » 09 Jun 2020, 16:33

woodstalker wrote:
Bucks woodshop wrote:Hi all

I need a new blade for my mitre saw using it for rough cutting so dont need a mega blade

Seen saxton and they have fair reviews has anyone used them

Tia ian

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I've got some Saxton blades for my multi tool they are average quality. Sorry not sure about mitre saw blades.

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Hi Just joined your group, I have also bought Saxon blades for my multi tool, thought they lasted alot longer than Bosh blades. What would you recommend instead?

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Re: Saxton blades

Postby Andyp » 09 Jun 2020, 17:21

Hi and welcome to the forum. Sorry about the spam trap and delay in responding. I am sure someone will be along shortly to help.
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