Parkside mini plunge circular saw £49.99 at Lidl from Sunday 6 May. 3 year warranty too!
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Parkside mini plunge circular saw £49.99 at Lidl from Sunday 6 May. 3 year warranty too!

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Found 3rd MayEdited by:"Besford"
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As popularised by WORX.

I bought a WORX one last year and it has been incredibly useful on a whole range of jobs, eg made some really clean cuts in laminate for a kitchen I was building. However, the WORX ones are very expensive (mine was pushing £100) so this Parkside equivalent could be a great deal.

  • For clean and precise cutting of wood, plastic, ceramic, aluminium, copper or plasterboard
  • Variable cutting depth, quick-release lever, a precise scale and laser guide
  • Pendular protection hood with releasable plunge lock for extra safety
  • Includes multi-purpose saw blade, diamond cutting disc, saw blade with hard teeth, parallel guide, assembly key, and a 2m suction hose with adaptor
  • No-load speed: 4,500rpm
  • Max. cutting depth: 25mm
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Just be aware the worx one cuts twice as deep. Or at least mine does, about 46mm IIRC.
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tek-monkey20 m ago

Just be aware the worx one cuts twice as deep. Or at least mine does, …Just be aware the worx one cuts twice as deep. Or at least mine does, about 46mm IIRC.


There is a whole range of WORX ones: Mine cuts to 25mm max so I think you must have a different model.

I've rarely used mine for deep cuts - for those I bring out the conventional 'big' circular saw - but I find the WORX one great for more delicate jobs. The only criticism I have is setting the depth stop is fiddly - it sticks and doesn't move smoothly: I keep meaning to see if I can clean and lubricate it.

I can't see the power rating on the Parkside one - I think my WORX is 400W (I think there are WORX models as low as 250W?)

This is similar to mine for £90; 85mm blade gives a max 27mm cut:
amazon.co.uk/WOR…2KW
Edited by: "Besford" 3rd May
Ah, I got the bigger one. Paid about £85 I think:

amazon.co.uk/WOR…saw
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tek-monkey4 m ago

Ah, I got the bigger one. Paid about £85 I …Ah, I got the bigger one. Paid about £85 I think:https://www.amazon.co.uk/WORX-WX427-WORXSAW-Compact-Circular/dp/B00UAKY060/ref=sr_1_4?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1525343805&sr=1-4&keywords=worxsaw


Looks good, but expensive!
Besford8 m ago

Looks good, but expensive!


It is now! Blades cost a bit too, although just spotted some for £2 on ebay that look almost identical apart from the rotation direction. I may get one to test, just put it on backwards.....
Got mine from lidl don't trust the laser it's pi55ed
As stated, the blades can be expensive. Hopefully Lidl will also sell the blades and they'll be compatible with the Worx machines though.
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wanderer40 m ago

Got mine from lidl don't trust the laser it's pi55ed


Isn't that true of all these laser guide things - that's my experience anyway? I haven't even turned on the one on my WORX saw.
Edited by: "Besford" 3rd May
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