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Draper Expert Cordless Circular Saw Li-Ion Battery Save £184 now £67.15 @ Amazon and sold by First Choice Hardware

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Draper ExpertCordlessCircularSawLi-IonBatterySave Now £67.15, was £251.18 @Amazon Read More
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Good deal but not that amazing as it was £71 between June and September this year.
Get ready for the draper hate.
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It looks like a toy..!
Get ready for the draper hate.

I hate Draper..............
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Unless this is an accessory for a serial kill I find it odd that it's in the fashion section.

I suppose serial killers have fashion needs too :)
Elvis F Christ
It looks like a toy..!
I was thinking would look good in school DT lessons
Reading the reviews, it was on sale at £45 in June. 18v @1.3Ahr. That's 0.023KWHr. Now a small mains one would be around 0.6kW. So this one would run for ~2 minutes, if it was capable of giving the same sort of power output as a low power mains saw. Of course it won't produce anything like that much cutting power, so will run a bit longer than that - but don't think that it is going to be cutting 18mm plywood or 8x4 MDF sheets.
If it's as well built as the 110v corded version I'd stay away, it wouldn't even cut square! Ripping sheets of ply was fine but anything with any thickness you could tell it wasn't square. Sent mine back twice to Draper, the 2nd time with pictures showing it wouldn't adjust far enough to enable it to be able to cut at 90°. Personally I wouldn't buy another draper power tool, no matter how cheap it was.
agree with grrrrrrr and sheza
money better spent on a branded corded eg.


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