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PostPosted: Mon Feb 19, 2007 2:35 pm 
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I have just done a review on the Bosch 350 E fine cut saw, it is a fine piece of kit and is the first tool that I have done a proper review on.

I hope to find the time to write reviews of all of my tools eventually :wink:

Bosch GFS 350 E

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That actually looks like a decent bit of kit, also you seem to have very manly thumbs :lol:


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Yes it is a great piece of kit.

It's fantastic when fitting laminate :wink:

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Bet it doesn't cut as well as my blunt saw and my chipped chissel that I'll be badly using to lay my laminate :oops:


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how much are the blades? how long do they last?


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Not sure how much they cost, I have just done a search and nothing showed up. The machine itself is even difficult to find!

I read somewhere that they are between £10 and £12 each.

Don't know how long they last, I have only fitted on laminate floor with it and cut the beading with it!

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