Parkside Circular Saw ONLY £34.99 @ Lidl
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Parkside Circular Saw ONLY £34.99 @ Lidl

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Found 16th Aug 2017Edited by:"rubberbullets"
These deals start on Thursday 17th August

Parkside Circular Saw ONLY £34.99

  • For easy cutting of solid wood, chipboard, plastic and lightweight building materials
  • Variable rotation speed control
  • No-load rotation speed 2200-4700rpm
  • Cutting angle: 0–45°
  • Max. cutting depth at 0°: 65mm
  • Max. cutting depth at 45°: 44mm
  • 1350W

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Parkside Circular Saw Blade £3.99

  • Available in varieties suitable for cutting non-ferrous metals, wood, plastic, composite and fibre materials

  • Choose from Ø 160, 190 or 210mm

Powerfix Profi Bench Vice ONLY £19.99

  • Turns 360° and can be locked in position
  • Cast iron body with steel shaft and replaceable jaws made from hardened steel
  • With integrated anvil
  • Includes boreholes for mounting and 3 machine screws for fastening
  • Jaw width: 100mm
  • Jaw opening: 100mm
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This is 240V philmitchell the one in your link is a 20V battery powered saw
ajhawley16 m ago

This is 240V philmitchell the one in your link is a 20V battery powered …This is 240V philmitchell the one in your link is a 20V battery powered saw


I apologize for the mistake I made then
No worries phil im not here to bitch, just pointing out its 240V so not as good as a deal as the battery version but still not bad
Can any owners of this comment on how good this is please?
Thanks
cutting depth is 65mm on this as well, (40-something on the battery)
Just bought one, on the basis of the Parkside cordless hammer drill I have it's pretty reasonable for moderate DIY use. Adjustable angle and cutting depth, with a metal edge cutting guide (albeit not brilliant but adequate) and a laser line guide which is nice for the low price. Adjustable speed also. Am planning to use it in the next few weeks, so predict £35 well spent, as I couldn't justify a more expensive one for a short term DIY project.
chitychatty17th Aug 2017

cutting depth is 65mm on this as well, (40-something on the battery)

I'm definitely interested but didn't consider this. So if say cutting a fence post in one go , they are about 50mm I would say, the cordless wouldn't but the electric circular saw would be fine, is that right?
androidavis1st Sep

I'm definitely interested but didn't consider this. So if say cutting a …I'm definitely interested but didn't consider this. So if say cutting a fence post in one go , they are about 50mm I would say, the cordless wouldn't but the electric circular saw would be fine, is that right?


yep - I've got some old floorboards that I'm recycling into rustic shelves - they are 5cm / 2inches deep so I can't use thebattery one unless I try to line it up and cut from the other side as well. A PIA and no doubt I'll get it wrong... lol
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