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Guild 160mm Circular Saw - 1200W - £30 + Free Click and Collect @ Argos
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Guild 160mm Circular Saw - 1200W - £30 + Free Click and Collect @ Argos

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Posted 25th Dec 2019
This high powered 1200Watt Saw is useful for producing long, straight cuts up to 52mm deep or angled/bevel cuts up to 37mm deep at an angle of up to 45 degrees. The saw is ideal for cutting and trimming doors, worktops, boards and sheet material including laminate flooring. It has a soft grip rear handle for increased comfort in prolonged use, and is supplied with one 24 tooth, TCT blade already fitted (160mm diameter with 20mm bore size). It also has a vacuum adaptor and a parallel guide.

With an adjustable cutting depth and no need for a workbench, you can get cutting almost instantly with a max strokes per minute speed of 4500. The saw has 24 teeth to power through to get the job done. The Allen key is stored on-board to help with quick blade changes. This item can only be sold to customers over 18 years of age.

Guild power tools are built to last and come with a 2 year guarantee. So whether you are using a drill to put up a shelf or using a mitre saw to cut decking, you know with Guild power tools the products are built to last. Guild - for a job well done.

Circular saw.
1200 watts.
Single speed.
TCT blade.
Blade diameter 160mm.
1 blade.
5500 strokes per minute.
Sawing capacity: wood 52 mm, .
Soft grip handle.
Cable length of 2m.
Bevel capacity max: 45° bevel cut.
Dust adapter cap.
Safety lock switch.
Ideal for: ideal for straight and bevel cuts in all types of wood.
Parallel guide.
Size H21.9, W24.6, D33.8cm.
Accessories included: 1 TCT blade pre-assembled, 1 parallel guide, 1 Allen key.
Unpackaged weight 3.5kg.
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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6 Comments
I have the same one but with the 1400w motor and bigger blade, it's a beast. Very powerful.

I'm sure this won't disappoint.
Edited by: "Dakota777" 25th Dec 2019
Dakota77725/12/2019 21:35

I have this, it's a beast. Very powerful.


Thank you for the feedback & Merry Christmas
I always ask myself how can they compete with brands such as makita, elu, bosch or festool?
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Maybe just the image but this is quite a bad cut if you ask me.
Edited by: "greg666" 26th Dec 2019
greg66625/12/2019 22:39

[Image] Maybe just the image but this is quite a bad cut if you ask me.


I’m not sure that image makes any sense - that’s the front of the saw you can see so it should be cutting towards the camera...
(And I agree that mitre cut looks bad but it does depend to a large extent how well guided the saw was, the included fences generally are rubbish and allow far too much movement, particularly as you run off the end of the board as is the case here)
fubar88826/12/2019 15:23

I’m not sure that image makes any sense - that’s the front of the saw you c …I’m not sure that image makes any sense - that’s the front of the saw you can see so it should be cutting towards the camera...(And I agree that mitre cut looks bad but it does depend to a large extent how well guided the saw was, the included fences generally are rubbish and allow far too much movement, particularly as you run off the end of the board as is the case here)


You are right with the machine and of course with the guide. The best machine I worked with was a festool with guide rail but then its far to expensive for occasional use so understand most people looking for an cheaper option. Bought one a while ago from Wickes (Makita) without guide rail but there are options to compensate that. The machine was on offer for £50 and I cant really fail it to be honest not sure if better than the one here but at least I know the brand.
Edited by: "greg666" 26th Dec 2019
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