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Worx WX426 Mini/Compact Circular Saw WorxSaw - 400W at Ebay Argos for £35
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Worx WX426 Mini/Compact Circular Saw WorxSaw - 400W at Ebay Argos for £35

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The Worx 400 Watt Plunge WorxSaw with laser is the most popular model in the Worx compact circular saw range. Incredibly versatile, this saw will make light work of straight cuts in wood, metal, tile, plasterboard, and brick. Compact enough to use with just one hand, it has a laser guide for accuracy when cutting. This item can only be sold to customers over 18 years of age.

With a maximum cut depth of 27mm the worxsaw plunge is a useful addition to any toolbox for various cutting jobs including plunge cuts.

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 battery power.
  • Single speed.
  • Blade diameter 85mm.
  • 3 blades.
  • Sawing capacity: wood 27 mm, metal 2 mm.
  • Soft grip handle.
  • Carry case.
  • Dust adapter cap.
  • Safety lock switch.
  • Laser guide.
  • Ideal for: straight cuts in wood, metal, tiles, plasterboard and plastic.
  • Parallel guide.
  • Size H40, W10, D18cm.
  • Accessories included: 1 x parallel guide, 1 x hex key, 1 x vacuum adaptor, 1 x tct 24t, 1 x hss 44t, 1 x diamond disc, 1 case.
  • Unpackaged weight 1.8kg.
  • Manufacturer's 3 year when registering online guarantee excludes professional use.
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I'm a electrician.I bought one of these about 5 years ago. Has been an absolute legend of a tool to lift floorboards. You can set the depth to the thickness of the floor, but be careful and set it about 1 mil less as you don't want to hit no cables or pipes. Also I advise wearing gloves and brace yourself when you start it as it can kick back if you're using the wrong technique..:)
Edited by: "PACMAN123456" 20th Jul
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nowhere near me but good price if you can find it.
Paid this last week on Amazon
Bought last week from Argos for the same price. I got it to chop up 3 large melamine wardrobes, it cuts really well I was surprised. Every tool cupboard needs one.
Missed this last week, none any where I can find :/
Cant select a store?? Does that mean theres no availability
Cant find either anywhere else?
Bought.
The laser is useless. They are the first thing to break.
Good saw though.
Overall, I'm quite pleased with it.
hotukdeals.com/dea…246 deal is still live from last week, although doesn't appear to be in stock anywhere
Cant find it anywhere nr me either.
I'm a electrician.I bought one of these about 5 years ago. Has been an absolute legend of a tool to lift floorboards. You can set the depth to the thickness of the floor, but be careful and set it about 1 mil less as you don't want to hit no cables or pipes. Also I advise wearing gloves and brace yourself when you start it as it can kick back if you're using the wrong technique..:)
Edited by: "PACMAN123456" 20th Jul
PACMAN12345619/07/2019 02:29

I'm a electrician.I bought one of these about 5 years ago. Has been an …I'm a electrician.I bought one of these about 5 years ago. Has been an absolute legend of a tool how to lift floorboards. You can set the depth to the thickness of the floor, but be careful and set it about 1 mil less you don't want to hit no cables and pipes. Also I advised you to wear gloves and and brace yourself when you start it as it can kick back


Can't beat a bit of kick back first thing in a morning to wake you up. Better than coffee.
It’s now available on Amazon for 59.99 after discount of £30 is applied using code JPGGVQZM.

Enjoy.
PACMAN12345619/07/2019 02:29

I'm a electrician.I bought one of these about 5 years ago. Has been an …I'm a electrician.I bought one of these about 5 years ago. Has been an absolute legend of a tool how to lift floorboards. You can set the depth to the thickness of the floor, but be careful and set it about 1 mil less you don't want to hit no cables and pipes. Also I advised you to wear gloves and and brace yourself when you start it as it can kick back


I recommend you try the makita 18v saw
Edited by: "Krizzo3" 19th Jul
240V battery power? I don't think so!
spunker17/07/2019 23:14

Bought last week from Argos for the same price. I got it to chop up 3 …Bought last week from Argos for the same price. I got it to chop up 3 large melamine wardrobes, it cuts really well I was surprised. Every tool cupboard needs one.


That's a clever idea. I did the same with a reciprocating saw and it did the truck but made a hell of a mess and obviously vibrated like mad
Really handy tool. I love it as bigger one can stay in the shed for most little jobs.i don't remember how much I paid but this seems to be a good price. Heat added.
I purchased one a few years back when boarding out the loft. As mentioned above, if you haven't used one before watch out for kickback as they're one handed if can be pretty violent, worse than I've experienced with my larger circular saw. Keep your other hand well away and hold firm
PACMAN12345619/07/2019 02:29

I'm a electrician.I bought one of these about 5 years ago. Has been an …I'm a electrician.I bought one of these about 5 years ago. Has been an absolute legend of a tool how to lift floorboards. You can set the depth to the thickness of the floor, but be careful and set it about 1 mil less you don't want to hit no cables and pipes. Also I advised you to wear gloves and and brace yourself when you start it as it can kick back


Wearing any sort of gloves with rotating tools is really really inadvisable. If you accidentally touch the blade, instead of just getting a nasty cut you risk your whole hand getting pulled into the blade. This is well documented and many machine shops strictly (as in you will be sacked) enforce the no gloves rule. Even latex/nitrile gloves significantly increase your chance of injury.
Edited by: "Konrad_Newton" 19th Jul
Oos
sold out.
Obviously a mod deal lol
Drshak140719/07/2019 07:16

It’s now available on Amazon for 59.99 after discount of £30 is applied us …It’s now available on Amazon for 59.99 after discount of £30 is applied using code JPGGVQZM.Enjoy.


Code not valid unfortunately.
No stock anywhere
if anyone has randomly bought one and will likely never use it, and is looking to get rid, will you drop me a DM? I keep refreshing in the hope to get one.
Jumantj19/07/2019 17:26

Code not valid unfortunately.


It seems the code expired as well now. I managed to get one at 59.99. Having some diy to do over next week.
Sold out
PACMAN12345619/07/2019 02:29

I'm a electrician.I bought one of these about 5 years ago. Has been an …I'm a electrician.I bought one of these about 5 years ago. Has been an absolute legend of a tool how to lift floorboards. You can set the depth to the thickness of the floor, but be careful and set it about 1 mil less you don't want to hit no cables and pipes. Also I advised you to wear gloves and and brace yourself when you start it as it can kick back


Did you get my message ?
Dont buy the blade 85mm. Is not same 85mm as the fitting hole is bigger. Difficult to find blade.
Anyone tried this on tiles yet?
shopar_artiz20/07/2019 19:58

Dont buy the blade 85mm. Is not same 85mm as the fitting hole is bigger. …Dont buy the blade 85mm. Is not same 85mm as the fitting hole is bigger. Difficult to find blade.


Wicks have some end of stock blades (different types) for these for £2 and £4. Not many stores have them but worth a check. I picked two up the other day from Stockport. Just had a very quick check and the saw blade is in stock darlington.
Edited by: "cooley" 28th Jul
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