Stanley 20-600 Clamping Mitre Box with Saw

August 2, 2013 - Comment

Product Features 14-inch back saw and a built-in measuring scale Honeycomb base and cam pins secure work for accurate cuts Cuts miters on 45-degree and 90-degree, face angle 45-degree, and all new 22-1/2-degree angles Molded-in storage compartments to hold cam pins and pencil Base and pins are molded of high impact resistant material for long

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Product Features

  • 14-inch back saw and a built-in measuring scale
  • Honeycomb base and cam pins secure work for accurate cuts
  • Cuts miters on 45-degree and 90-degree, face angle 45-degree, and all new 22-1/2-degree angles
  • Molded-in storage compartments to hold cam pins and pencil
  • Base and pins are molded of high impact resistant material for long life

Comments

Dan Crevier says:

Very frustrating to use I bought one of these when I installed Pergo in my house to do the trim. It was very frustrating to use. First off, it’s very hard to use if you are just placing it on the ground. Although it’s hard to tell from the picture, it’s got an L shaped base that’s meant to mount on a bench. If you use it on the floor, the cutting surface is at an angle. Also, I found I frequently ended up cutting into the plastic of the box. The wallbase I was using was too tall to fit in the box upright, so I…

R. Schlegel says:

Almost completely useless Too small to use for tall baseboard or crown molding. The plastic bends during sawing and the saw cuts into the plastic. The saw is so short that you can only move it back and forth about 2 cm, so each cut takes forever to make. This is a total piece of trash, and will just cause you to go out and spend more money on something that actually works.

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