Nobex Proman Mitre Saw
Nobex Proman Mitre Saw
£84.96 (£70.80 Ex. VAT)

Nobex Proman Mitre Saw

Code: 800383

  • Indexable mitre angle setting
  • Grooves on table surface for cutting compound angles
  • Fast-action work clamp
  • Repeat length stop
  • Supplied with cord type picture frame clamp
  • Includes GP saw blade for wood and metal applications
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£84.96 (£70.80 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Nobex Proman Mitre Saw
  • Nobex Picture Framing Blade for Proman Mitre Saw - 565mm x 24tpi
  • Titebond III Waterproof Wood Glue - 473ml(16floz)
  • Axcaliber MT1 Mitre Trimmer
Total: £287.21

In Detail

Renowned throughout the world for their quality and accuracy, Nobex mitre saws have become the standard by which others are judged. The Proman is a good general purpose saw with applications in wood and metal working and, in particular, picture framing. Features include pre-set popular angles and location grooves on the table surface for cutting compound angles, a fast-action work clamp which operates on angled as well as straight surfaces, a length stop and a clip to hold the saw clear of the table whilst the work is positioned. A cord type picture frame clamp and an 18-tpi blade are also included. Best Swedish design throughout.



Blade Width 40 mm
Length of Blade 565 mm
Max Cap @ 45º 100 mm x 110 mm
Max Cap @ 90º 160 mm
Max Cutting Height 110 mm
Model Proman
Table Size 350 mm x 74 mm
Reviews (10)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3 out of 5 based on 10 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



12 December 2017

Good quality tool

I have had this saw for 12 years now & it is still as good as the day I bought it. Thought it was a bit pricey but it has certainly proved you get what you pay for. I tend to use mine for those fiddley awkward beading jobs where using a chopsaw would be too harsh & risky to use safely. Accuracy has never been a problem in this case. I find it is best to secure the saw to a solid base then clamp to a bench onsite for ease of use which is do able by screwing the legs down to a board through convenient holes in the bottom of legs.
Would defiantly recommend this saw over cheaper alternatives & looked after properly will last a lifetime.

Michael Collen

15 November 2015

Check the blade

Following my earlier review, I tried a PRM24 blade and the accuracy is very good. Lesson: use the right blade! Misses 5 stars due to the ill-thought out clamp

Michael Collen

29 October 2015

Not accurate

I have to agree with all that Mr McLennan's review says. I bought this saw to use for segmented woodturning where accuracy is vital. As he says, the saw set up is bang on but the cut is not vertical. I have used a PRM32 blade so will try a stouter blade before giving up.

Ian MacLennan

15 October 2015

Not fit for purpose!

Having passed on my trusty 25 year old Axminster saw to my son I thought I would invest in a high quality replacement from Nobex. Oh dear - big mistake! This saw is simply incapable of cutting a straight line in a piece of soft pine skirting board. This Proman is very flimsy compared to my old Axminster and there is too much play around the plastic blade guides. The result is that the blade moves off line from the start and the resulting vertical cut is curved not straight. If you were only cutting an 8mm picture frame then the error would probably not be too significant but on a 100 mm skirting board the effect is catastrophic. I have carefully measured the detent angles and the verticality of the pillars but they are spot on. I cannot see anything actually wrong with the manufacture of this saw and I think the problem is just with the flimsiness of the design. Also, as noted by another reviewer, the clamps are essentially useless. That was not a problem for me as I have enough clamps to hand but it is another example of the poor functionality of the design which is unacceptable in a tool of this price. Overall I am stunned that a company I had always regarded as the "Rolls Royce" of manual mitre saws could produce something as poor as this.

As ever the response from Axminster to my problem was exemplary and the saw is now heading back for a refund.


17 September 2015

keep oil on chrome work

a good enough saw, but after leaving it idle in the corner of a DRY workshop for a few months all the chrome plating has started to rust !
I only have it about 2 years .

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