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  1. #1
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    Question Which Saw to Keep?

    Hi Folks,

    I'm currently clearing out my late-Fathers house and workshop. He was a DIY-person and was part of the generation that never threw anything away so there are a lot of tools to sort through!

    Anyway, he had a few different circular saws. I'd like to keep the best one but I'm not sure which - one is a Black and Decker Professional P39-02 and the other is a Triton 235mm Precision Power Saw (currently in a MK3 Sawbench).

    Which of these would be regarded as the better saw?

    Cheers,

    Chris

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  3. #2
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    Probably both worth keeping one as a saw bench the other as a portable, the old Triton stuff was top quality, I've the new Tritron stuff is pretty much rubbish

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    I would say the Triton would be worth keeping, especially if it is in the saw bench. Unable to comment on the B & D.

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    I would definitely keep the Triton setup if its in good nick.

    ... and probably sell the B&D to part fund a newer, smaller dia. saw, for hand held jobs.

  6. #5
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    Thanks for the replies. I already have a smaller saw (and another medium one which will be going) so I'd say I'll keep the Triton saw/bench combo.

    Cheers!

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