Challenge Xtreme Circular Saw with Laser - 1300W £26.39 @ Argos C&C
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Challenge Xtreme Circular Saw with Laser - 1300W £26.39 @ Argos C&C

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Found 18th Oct 2015
As per the title circular saw was £39.99 now £26.39 @ Argos
Scores 4.3 out of 5 of 169 reviews - not bad

Hope it helps someone...

Description-
Laser cutting guide & spindle lock for quick blade change.
Circular saw.
1300 watts.
240V battery power.
Variable speed.
Wood cutting blade.
Blade diameter 185mm.
1 blade.
4500 strokes per minute.
Sawing capacity: wood 65 mm, .
Soft grip handle.
Cable length of 2.5m.
Bevel capacity max: 45° bevel cut.
Safety lock switch.
Laser guide.
Ideal for: wood cutting.
Parallel guide.
Size H24, W28, D26cm.
Accessories included: spanner and 2 batteries for the laser.
Unpackaged weight 4.5kg.
excludes professional use.
EAN: 7107205.
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Thats a good price, heat added
Looks good though may be a little under powered
I was tempted to buy a similar item from Aldi earlier this summer for 39.99 after using a borrowed circular saw to cut an opening in the shed for another door, but thought it an unnecessary expense. This price has swayed my decision and i've ordered one. Hope I never have to get it out of the box. Signed: A Time Served DIY man
No idea how good the saw is but I've voted hot for the inclusion of frickin' lasers.
Kanedaaaaaa

No idea how good the saw is but I've voted hot for the inclusion of … No idea how good the saw is but I've voted hot for the inclusion of frickin' lasers.


PEW,PEW,PEW..........
http://i.imgur.com/vpv74Ly.jpg
Edited by: "arachnoid" 18th Oct 2015
I think the RAGE from Screwfix at £49.99 is better, even if a bit more expensive.
I wish the laser itself was 1300W, that would have been fun for cutting things from a far
sergiup

I think the RAGE from Screwfix at £49.99 is better, even if a bit more … I think the RAGE from Screwfix at £49.99 is better, even if a bit more expensive.


You will get screwed fixed in rage with the challenge of using this saw.
Just ordered as I've broken the one I've borrowed
240 v battery power - lol'age, one hell of a battery.
Assume it means mains powered blade/battery powered laser
pig69er

You will get screwed fixed in rage with the challenge of using this saw.



[not sure if serious meme] X)
Priced at £39.99 when I add to basket?
Really ? How did you cut through such think timber ?
lexi2000

Really ? How did you cut through such think timber ?


Cut one side, reversed the sleeper, cut the other side, then used a chisel to get into the remainder, you could also use a one of these to finish if you cant be bothered chiseling . screwfix.com/p/e…122
lexi2000

Really ? How did you cut through such think timber ?



Should check out http://www.railwaysleepers.com/projects
Some great ideas on that site.
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