Parkside 20V Li-Ion Cordless Circular Saw @ Lidl instore for £39.99
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Parkside 20V Li-Ion Cordless Circular Saw @ Lidl instore for £39.99

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Found 25th Jul 2017
Was £49.99 - now £39.99.

Good price for a good quality saw with a decent battery.

Instore only.

Powerful yet lightweight, with a built-in laser guide, pendulum blade guard and quick blade stop
60 minute fast charge battery, compatible with all tools in the “Parkside 20V Team” power tool series
Adjustable cutting depth and angle
Ergonomic soft grip with safety switch
Bevel cut left/right (°): 0 - 45
Max. cutting depth in wood (mm): 48
Max no-load rotation speed (rpm): 3,800
Includes Ø150mm sawblade, adaptor for connecting to an external dust extractor, parallel guide and sawblade assembly tools
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Great for magic shows, it'll saw bunnies in half like no tomorrow.

Are the batteries interchangeable with other parkside tools?
Im still not 100% sure if it comes with a battery and charger?
The description says "Includes Ø150mm sawblade, adaptor for connecting to an external dust extractor, parallel guide and sawblade assembly tools"
No mention of battery and charger?
lollypoplee

Im still not 100% sure if it comes with a battery and charger? The … Im still not 100% sure if it comes with a battery and charger? The description says "Includes Ø150mm sawblade, adaptor for connecting to an external dust extractor, parallel guide and sawblade assembly tools"No mention of battery and charger?



Good point and whilst I can't be 100% certain I think you'll find it's included.

Heat added.
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 25th Jul 2017
It does come with 1 x battery and charger
Ooh, I could really do with one of these. Got several things to build with a lot of wood. Is this one any good? Hot anyway.
Don't need it but i want one. Just thinking on what i can cut up.
buy it just for the battery
Yes these are excellent, I posted the deal when they were first advertised but it went COLD......

I bought the circular saw and the jigsaw, both are excellent for the price and what you get. I used the circular saw to cut through floorboard and it was fine although as the battery depleted it did tend to jam, a fresh battery was fine though. It's worth getting two tools though as the batteries are interchangeable.
Here is the original deal I posted... seems like they are only doing the rechargeable circular saw this time which is a shame... hotukdeals.com/dea…568

Actually this one when hot... hotukdeals.com/dea…448

Also a video on this page... lidl.de/de/…159
Edited by: "busterdan" 26th Jul 2017
Yeah I can see myself hurting myself with this. HOT
Battery size?
Just to note, not every Parkside battery is compatible with other Parkside models. If it's a range sold around the same time, eg Circular, Sabre, Sander they probably are. They do change manufacturer for some items, and the batteries have increased in capacity so might not work or have silghtly different connections.
and with this it says : compatible with all tools in the “Parkside 20V Team” power tool series
http://i.imgur.com/1pb99qV.jpg
Already bought the Impact Driver (Fantastic BTW) for £20, and Sabre Saw for £20. Spent £18 on a battery and charger. Thought that was a bargain. Then I just couldn't resist the cordless SDS Hammer drill (with another charger and battery) for £50 on the flimsy reasoning that my TITAN 5KG SDS drill is just too powerful (often blows out the brick when drilling through a wall) and I hate setting up the cord, and extension reel just to drill a few holes to put up shelves etc...

I can't really see why I would *NEED* this plunge saw seeing as I have a Jigsaw, Sabre Saw etc... but somehow in my mind I now have a notion of me sawing through loads of wood and really cursing myself for not getting one! God dammit!
Totally agree trampjuice...I'm the same just buying things because they're on here and appear to be bargains!! But don't really need them, just fancy them!! I did get their cordless saw last year and used it quite a lot and ordered a spare battery which was readily available from the maker for a reasonable price too. Its very convenient but for light sawing only!!
trampjuice

Already bought the Impact Driver (Fantastic BTW) for £20, and Sabre Saw … Already bought the Impact Driver (Fantastic BTW) for £20, and Sabre Saw for £20. Spent £18 on a battery and charger. Thought that was a bargain. Then I just couldn't resist the cordless SDS Hammer drill (with another charger and battery) for £50 on the flimsy reasoning that my TITAN 5KG SDS drill is just too powerful (often blows out the brick when drilling through a wall) and I hate setting up the cord, and extension reel just to drill a few holes to put up shelves etc... I can't really see why I would *NEED* this plunge saw seeing as I have a Jigsaw, Sabre Saw etc... but somehow in my mind I now have a notion of me sawing through loads of wood and really cursing myself for not getting one! God dammit!



This isn't a plunge, just in case you're getting all heady on the fumes of tool collecting.
Will keep an eye out, thanks
Picked this up this morning, just need some wood now
None in my local store, joke

For £40 it is...quite a plunge...

oohflamey

This isn't a plunge, just in case you're getting all heady on the fumes … This isn't a plunge, just in case you're getting all heady on the fumes of tool collecting.

Great bit of kit. As mentioned in previous post as soon as you take your finger off the trigger it stops instead of moving way off the line I should have been following. Currently being used in a festool orientated workshop because cutting a 4m length of wood in half is quicker than using two blokes to move to the plunge saw.
Just got my copy... which seems pretty good, albeit on the cheap and cheerful side of it (the blade guard and sliver painted carter are functional, but not super confidence inspiring and metal is only used sparingly, but it seems to work fine, with a good blade brake and a great feature set for the price).
michaeljb

Great for magic shows, it'll saw bunnies in half like no tomorrow.Are the … Great for magic shows, it'll saw bunnies in half like no tomorrow.Are the batteries interchangeable with other parkside tools?


Warren Zevon - For My Next Trick I'll Need A Volunteer Lyrics:
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I can saw a woman in twoBut you won't want to look in the box when I do

RueFondary

Just got my copy... which seems pretty good, albeit on the cheap and … Just got my copy... which seems pretty good, albeit on the cheap and cheerful side of it (the blade guard and sliver painted carter are functional, but not super confidence inspiring and metal is only used sparingly, but it seems to work fine, with a good blade brake and a great feature set for the price).



But even very expensive ones like DeWalt one don't inspire too much confidence:
https://i.imgur.com/dwzMg9p.png
I think it tends to be the stamped metal ones as most cast bases seems a bit better. However, compared even a very cheap plunge saw like this:
https://i.imgur.com/BUVMvGI.png
the guards on normal circular saws are poor. Most of that is due to being able to cut bevels but plunge saws seem to solve that by only being able to bevel outwards. While more limited, a plunge saw with a guiderail does seem a far safer tool. Guess it's similar to an angle grinder vs a wall chaser.
Gkains, I also have the Parkside plunge saw (£70 including 2 rails), and agree that it does feel more robust (even though it is also clearly built to a price... as are Festool models)

I have a 15 years old corded Ryobi 7 1/4" circular saw which, while nothing fancy, feels better, with cast metal blade and upper guards, as well as a thicker, more rigid saw blade... Even though it has a stamped metal base it feels stronger than the painted cast equivalent from my Parkside saws
Picked this up today
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