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Black & Decker Scorpion Saw @ B&Q £29. £29.98

£29.98 @ B&Q
Just been in B&Q and saw this reduced from £60. Looking around the web it does seem to be typically £65 though Argos have it on offer too at the moment for £38 (down from £50) so £29 is a bargain, …
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Just been in B&Q and saw this reduced from £60. Looking around the web it does seem to be typically £65 though Argos have it on offer too at the moment for £38 (down from £50) so £29 is a bargain,

Anyway, I bought one and for the price it's perfect. The Christmas tree is now in tiny pieces and it took 10 minutes and no effort. Full B&Q blurb is below.

The KS890ECN 400w Scorpion® powered handsaw from Black & Decker® cuts time and cuts effort. The multifunctional Scorpion® has both powered handsaw and jigsaw modes making it perfect for straight line or curved cuts. Fingertip variable speed control for safe and accurate cutting and tool-free push button blade change system for hassle free DIY. Capable of cutting wood, metal and plastic, the Scorpion is incredibly versatile. 3 saw blades included.
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#1
I got one of these a few years ago and it has paid for itself. I paid £25 and got a hand mouse aswell (Argos) but still worth the money
#2
Got one, worth the money. Voted hot.
#3
yup i agree, use mine a lot
#4
Anyone found a cheap replacement blade for these?
#5
I have had one of these for years and have used it for allsorts. Only bad thing about them is blades are quite expencive. £17 for a set of three.
#6
Voted hot - I've had one for a while and they're great :)
#8
Voted Hot! Just what i need for some vertical cutting on 3x3
#9
This are brilliant I have one.
#10
i have one also and the uses its had has been a real saving, had to buy a new blade in the end but they last well.
#11
The description says cordless, which i presume is a mistake because it also says that is comes with 3m of cable. I bought a cordless one last year and it is pretty rubbish. I have also had the corded type and it was pretty good but i've found that eventually a pin inside snaped rendering it useless. I see, however, that is comes with a 2 year guarantee, so I don't think you can go wrong at the price.
#12
ill stick with a hand saw....cant see how much use id get from this, other than cutting branches
#13
Just found it at ebay for £30.00 with free delivery for anyone who doesn't live near a B & Q

http://****.co.uk/Black-Decker-Scorpion-Saw-KS890EC-New-/270683640027?pt=UK_Home_Garden_PowerTools_SM&hash=item3f060090db
#14
Sorry £30.99 (the extra 99p can make all the difference to some people!)
#15
dudberg
Just found it at ebay for £30.00 with free delivery for anyone who doesn't live near a B & Q

http://****.co.uk/Black-Decker-Scorpion-Saw-KS890EC-New-/270683640027?pt=UK_Home_Garden_PowerTools_SM&hash=item3f060090db


That's a different model - KS890EC as opposed to KS890ECN. The trailing 'N' appears to mean 'New' as they are shown separately on the Black & Decker webpage. The specs seem the same though so I presume any improvement is relatively minor.
#16
Boing
Anyone found a cheap replacement blade for these?

Saw this deal instore the other day when I was looking for a jigsaw, I think they might have had an offer on the blades as well.

Has anyone used this as a jigsaw??
#17
Is it Battery of Mains as one of the B & Q pics shows a battery ???

Please advise !!
#18
Yokum67
Is it Battery of Mains as one of the B & Q pics shows a battery ???

Please advise !!


It's mains - 1 of the 5 pictures on the B&Q site clearly shows a different product.
#19
I'm sure it is mains,but just to confuse things, the specs say cordless!
Think B&Q need to get their act together...:(
#20
how quickly do the blades go blunt, been trying to extract a tree stump but chain saw keeps going blunt due to contact with soil!
#21
pwesterman123
how quickly do the blades go blunt, been trying to extract a tree stump but chain saw keeps going blunt due to contact with soil!

this would be no different,

try jetwashing the soil away
#22
pwesterman123
how quickly do the blades go blunt, been trying to extract a tree stump but chain saw keeps going blunt due to contact with soil!


I normally use a mattock when removing stumps. Good for chopping through roots and levering up the stump.
#23
Ok thanks everyone !
#24
Seems a good deal to me. Got one reserved ready to start cutting the neighbours tree back!!!!!!!!!Thanks.
#25
picked one up today,

note it was showing £59.99 on the shelf tho
#26
Bought one thanks! Heat added.
#27
reserved to collect this from B&Q only to be told they had sold out in Bognor when they said they were in stock what an utter waste of a 15 mile journey, want be shopping there again.
#28
reserved to collect this from B&Q only to be told they had sold out in Bognor when they said they were in stock what an utter waste of a 15 mile journey, want be shopping there again.
#29
Good Product worth the money and does what is says on the Box also gives a nice fine cut, very neat.

Cant get it to make the tea, thats odd what where the manufactures thinking at the design process ?

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