Evolution Mitre Saw Stand – 800B Review

Gosforth Handyman Verdict: 5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5)

Today I’m having a quick look at an Evolution mitre saw stand. This is the 800B model – you can watch the unboxing vid to see what it’s all about and read what I think of it below.

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Evolution Mitre Saw Stand 800B, Unboxing & First Use

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Evolution Mitre Saw Stand Specs

This is the ‘800B’ mitre saw stand also referred to as ‘MITRESTAND800’ by Evolution. The RRP is £74.99 in the UK but can be found with a street price of £54.99 making it one of the cheapest mitre saw stands on the market. Here’s a link to it on Amazon if you’re in the UK and here it is if you’re in the US. Specs:

  • Suitable for most mitre saws
  • 110cm wide
  • 75cm high
  • 60cm deep
  • Up to 180cm wide with extension arms
  • Weighs 15.5kg
  • Huge maximum working load of 225kg

Evolution Mitre Saw Stand Review

Straight out of the box this feels like a sturdy piece of kit – robust steel tubular legs and it comes with two steel quick release brackets for attaching on to just about any mitre saw. It comes with a selection of screws and bolts but you may need your own depending on the saw you’re using. The legs on the stand itself simply ‘click’ in to position with spring loaded catches (watch your fingers!) for simple portability. The end supports are adjustable for height and length using plastic adjustment knobs – very easy to put together. The supports were perfectly accurate and the chrome support rollers are a nice touch.

I tried the stand with both the little Evolution R210 CMS Mitre Saw and with the huge Rage-3DB saw. Both worked like a charm and the stand supported the bigger saw with no problems. The quick release handles make saw removal a piece of cake.

Another nice little feature is the black support tube / bracket half way along the top of the stand – not sure if it’s intentional or not but this seems to work great as a carrying handle both for when the stand is fully assembled and when it’s folded up.

I did have one minor issue where a circlip flew off one of the spring loaded leg locking pins. It could be that it had just been knocked loose in transport. It’s never happened again since.

I regularly take this stand out to jobs and have found it works amazingly well. I keep it hung on large hooks on the workshop wall when it’s not in use. Fantastic piece of kit for the money!

Andy Mac

Andy runs a busy bespoke woodworking business,making everything from custom furniture through to commercial display systems. He's been self employed most of his life, runs various YouTube channels and is co-host of the UK's first commercial joinery podcast.
Andy Mac