WORX 400W MINI SAW (B&Q in store only) for £27
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WORX 400W MINI SAW (B&Q in store only) for £27

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LocalFound 11th Mar
Worx 400 Watt Classic WorxSaw is the entry model in the Worx compact circular saw range. WorxSaws are incredibly versatile making light work of straight cuts in wood, metal, tile, plasterboard, and brick. With a maximum cut depth of 27mm the this saw is a useful addition to any toolbox.

The compact, powerful design allows you to cut with both hands or just one hand.

For peace of mind all Worx products are covered by a 2 year warranty, that can be increased to 3 years with online registration.

Circular saw.400 watts.240V power.Single speed.TCT blade.Blade diameter 85mm.1 blade.Sawing capacity: wood 27 mm, metal 2 mm.Soft grip handle.Cable length of 2.5m.Dust adapter cap.Safety lock switch.Ideal for: straight cuts in wood, metal, tiles, plasterboard and plastic.Parallel guide.Suitable for the left handed.Size H40.1, W11.3, D11.1cm.Accessories included: 1 x hex key, 1 x vacuum adapter, 1 x parallel guide, 1 x 24T TCT blade.Unpackaged weight 1.9kg.Manufacturer's 3 year when registering online guarantee excludes professional use.

This is in store at b&q I ask at the help desk
And was told this is nationwide.
This is the cheapest iv seen it.
Ebay £39.00
Argos £39.00
I would say it's worth a shot at that price even if it just fills my tool shed .
This is in store only
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Great wee tool, I have the slightly more powerful version and find it excellent on everything bar those really long and thick kitchen worktops.
Very handy tool for many jobs. Best thing ive bought this year. I think mines a more powerful size
Has anyone else found one?
Nope
am i likely to be able to cut wood in a straight line easier with one of these than a jigsaw, which seems to have a mind of its own and has nothing to do with the operator?

Been looking at circular saws as they arent a great deal more...
Just been to my local B&Q, plenty in stock, but not marked down, but scans at £27. Spotted an open one, labelled blade missing, took to till, £15 ok? Certainly us. Bingo. Cheers OP.
I've got this one, paid a lot more. It's really sharp, I cut through the top of my thumb with it ! Don't ask how it was a silly DIY error.
Just got last one from southport store.
bargain, even if it only gets used a handful of times.
Edited by: "adamck" 11th Mar
Any got product code please?
15 available in Coventry store
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Plenty still in poole and bournemouth store
Hi can any confirm, is this battery powered or plug, as a photo ive seen shows a wire & above says 240V battery power
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Sorry about that I thought I put in the post but it's this one

argos.co.uk/pro…650
Thanks, picked one up from Friern Barnet, 5 left, but you have to ask for it
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Your welcome as I'm new so just trying to help out and share what I can lol
nutley12 h, 5 m ago

am i likely to be able to cut wood in a straight line easier with one of …am i likely to be able to cut wood in a straight line easier with one of these than a jigsaw, which seems to have a mind of its own and has nothing to do with the operator?Been looking at circular saws as they arent a great deal more...


You’ll definitely get a straighter cut with this than a jigsaw. Jigsaws aren’t really designed for long straight cuts. I’d use a straight edge guide to butt the saw up against while making your cut, to help you keep it straight through the whole cut.
Edited by: "o3mar" 11th Mar
So this is better than a jigsaw to cut 8x4 hardwood plywood boards? If so will give this a try.
nutley4 h, 53 m ago

am i likely to be able to cut wood in a straight line easier with one of …am i likely to be able to cut wood in a straight line easier with one of these than a jigsaw, which seems to have a mind of its own and has nothing to do with the operator?Been looking at circular saws as they arent a great deal more...


Clamp a guide and follow with any saw to make reasonably straight cut
Shifuho52 m ago

So this is better than a jigsaw to cut 8x4 hardwood plywood boards? If so …So this is better than a jigsaw to cut 8x4 hardwood plywood boards? If so will give this a try.


Think jigsaw easier to use and not just straight cuts, but if you make a lot of straight cuts this should be good, also if you have a circular saw not sure if this would be necessary
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I would recommend a plunge saw for that with the rails
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Il see if I can find any deals and post .
But on a good one
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You can get this but for bigger saw but will work ebay.co.uk/i/1…833
Krizzo310 m ago

Think jigsaw easier to use and not just straight cuts, but if you make a …Think jigsaw easier to use and not just straight cuts, but if you make a lot of straight cuts this should be good, also if you have a circular saw not sure if this would be necessary


Don't have a jigsaw, so this might be good for cutting plywood boards instead buying a jigsaw?
Shifuho10 m ago

Don't have a jigsaw, so this might be good for cutting plywood boards …Don't have a jigsaw, so this might be good for cutting plywood boards instead buying a jigsaw?


Decent bosch jigsaw will set you back 60-100

Would give this a go at this price

Do you have clamps and anything straight to use as guide?
Marked up for £60 in Cardiff (pontpronnau store), but scanned for £27. They had about 20 left.

Thanks for posting OP.........HOT
Bought one from Manchester Trafford B&Q. They had about 6 on shelf one had missing blade written on box. Others are sealed. Thanks op for this deal.
Chizz1 h, 31 m ago

I would recommend a plunge saw for that with the rails


This is a plunge saw!
nutley6 h, 40 m ago

am i likely to be able to cut wood in a straight line easier with one of …am i likely to be able to cut wood in a straight line easier with one of these than a jigsaw, which seems to have a mind of its own and has nothing to do with the operator?Been looking at circular saws as they arent a great deal more...


The main reasons for wonky work using a jigsaw are:

1. Make sure you have the right sort of blade, thin for curved work, thicker for straight work. This makes a hell of a difference.
2. make sure you have the blade travel guide nipped up tight against the back edge of the blade.
3. Allow the blade, the time to cut, don't put your shoulder into it and force it through the material as quick as possible.
4. Keep the sole plate flat against the work, secure the work with a clamp, and minimise vibration on the workpiece.

I hope that helps some people keep all their fingers.
got one at Aintree earlier,quite a few left marked at full price but scanned at £27.
nutley7 h, 41 m ago

am i likely to be able to cut wood in a straight line easier with one of …am i likely to be able to cut wood in a straight line easier with one of these than a jigsaw, which seems to have a mind of its own and has nothing to do with the operator?Been looking at circular saws as they arent a great deal more...


Use a straight edge, clamp it onto the wood and position the guide to run against it and you should get a perfect cut every time.
thanks OP
Locknloadharry1 h, 3 m ago

The main reasons for wonky work using a jigsaw are:1. Make sure you have …The main reasons for wonky work using a jigsaw are:1. Make sure you have the right sort of blade, thin for curved work, thicker for straight work. This makes a hell of a difference.2. make sure you have the blade travel guide nipped up tight against the back edge of the blade.3. Allow the blade, the time to cut, don't put your shoulder into it and force it through the material as quick as possible.4. Keep the sole plate flat against the work, secure the work with a clamp, and minimise vibration on the workpiece. I hope that helps some people keep all their fingers.


Totally agree, good advice, especially No.3.
Just opened mine and realised the blade is missing... will take back and see if they will re-emburse me for the missing part
M-M1 h, 10 m ago

Use a straight edge, clamp it onto the wood and position the guide to run …Use a straight edge, clamp it onto the wood and position the guide to run against it and you should get a perfect cut every time.



well, almost every time
I have the cordless version. Absolutely fantastic bit of kit. Used it to chop up material when clearing out a garage.
Krizzo32 h, 18 m ago

well, almost every time


Ok, I suppose you're right,
Managed to buy one today was over the moon! I wonder how much replacement blades cost? Not sure if any universal 85mm x 1.2mm blade will fit or only worx ones?
Edited by: "Hra77" 11th Mar
adamck2 h, 44 m ago

Just opened mine and realised the blade is missing... will take back and …Just opened mine and realised the blade is missing... will take back and see if they will re-emburse me for the missing part


When I open mine couldn't find the cutting blade at first but look closely it is hidden in a slot at the side of the box!
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