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Worx 400w worxsaw £29.93 at Doncaster homebase

£29.93 @ Homebase
Picked one of these up, comes with the carrycase and 3 blades. I believe you can buy the saw with one blade and without carrycase for £25 so for the extra fiver it was a no brainer. Also reducing oth… Read More
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Picked one of these up, comes with the carrycase and 3 blades. I believe you can buy the saw with one blade and without carrycase for £25 so for the extra fiver it was a no brainer.
Also reducing other worx tools, Stanley fatmax and black & decker tools.
Picked up a fatmax impact driver for £32.93 as an xmas present.
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#1
Great saw. Picked one up from Lewes store for £30. Seen yesterday at Crawley branch at £59.99 (on offer) which I am sure is the normal selling price so watch out for some store Managers hiking up the prices of their "discounted" stock.
#2
Bought one yesterday for £30. It will come in handy for cutting traps in floorboards for electrical and plumbing work. Thin small diameter blade whuch cuts through wood and nails.
#3
Is this good enough to cut through 40mm worktops?
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clnsndrs
Is this good enough to cut through 40mm worktops?


nope, max cut is 27mm
#5
GaryDIY
clnsndrs
Is this good enough to cut through 40mm worktops?
nope, max cut is 27mm

Thanks.
1 Like #6
I got the last one in sleaford on Friday for the same price after asking them to match the Sheffield price. Cracking bit of kit for the money
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clnsndrs
GaryDIY
clnsndrs
Is this good enough to cut through 40mm worktops?
nope, max cut is 27mm

Thanks.


use a jigsaw cutting worktop upside down if possible then you'll limit splintering on the surface
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Use a downcut blade, do it from the top.

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