In this video I talk about the cordless hand power tools that I use, where I'll cover what I like about the tools, what I dislike about them and ultimately whether I'd recommend buying them or not.
Evolution Tools got in touch and sent me their Rage 3 compound sliding mitre saw and stand to try out. It had some great features that I really enjoyed, such as the ability of the blade to cut through metal, and the depth adjustment which is great for cutting dado housing joints. The saw cuts very cleanly and is well built. The sliding arm has very little side to side play in it so it cuts very accurately. For an inexpensive saw I was really impressed.
In this video I unbox it, talk about the features of the saw and compare it with my other mitre saw the Axminster White.
Evolution Rage 3S on amazon: https://goo.gl/Bxo9oo (UK) https://goo.gl/tGUD1E (US)
Evolution Rage 3DB (double bevel) on amazon: https://goo.gl/w9M3mf (UK) https://goo.gl/TGbF9I (US)
Evolution Mitre Stand on amazon: https://goo.gl/dSFUzV (UK) https://goo.gl/PaUl7U (US)
Evolution blade on amazon: https://goo.gl/rDA1kg (UK) https://goo.gl/lIZSXL (US)
This week I took delivery of my new bandsaw, the Charnwood B350. This is just a quick video talking about some of the features and my first impressions. It's not a full review, just a quick overview