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WORX WX426 Worxsaw 400W 85mm Compact Circular Saw - £35 @ Argos (+3 years warranty)
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WORX WX426 Worxsaw 400W 85mm Compact Circular Saw - £35 @ Argos (+3 years warranty)

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Posted 10th Jul

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For those who missed out on the earlier Wickes deal this is a nice alternative with extra laser guide, vacuum adapter and includes a carry case

Comes with 3 years warranty


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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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Fez_Suleman10/07/2019 01:43

Offer not showing on website or app??


Add it to the basket....
Ordered. Thanks
Thanks, also ordered, much cheaper than the battery version.
Hot & Bought! Cheers
Looks to be the same price on amazon as well now.
Good price, hot 🔥
Looks good but everyone says it's impossible to cut a straight line.
Grabbed one, should come in handy at some point
good little tools for various small jobs, I used it to cut out an old shower tray. I wouldent push it too hard though, definetly a DIY tool not trade.
Exavier10/07/2019 06:31

Looks to be the same price on amazon as well now.


Can you share the link as I can't find it
Would it be any good for cutting wood/laminate floor ?

In terms of a Accuracy with precise straight cutting

I’ve a jig saw but well I’m useless with it lol
Edited by: "soulman123" 10th Jul
fishleg00310/07/2019 07:43

Looks good but everyone says it's impossible to cut a straight line.


Agreed. Been looking for one and this would be ideal but reviews on amazon aren't great. Specifically looking for one to cut straight but unfit for purpose if it can't do that.
The Bosch one mentioned in the OP’s original post only cuts 16mm deep, so beware.
kristoff10/07/2019 09:45

The Bosch one mentioned in the OP’s original post only cuts 16mm deep, so b …The Bosch one mentioned in the OP’s original post only cuts 16mm deep, so beware.


What a choice a 16mm scratch from the Bosch or a 27mm curve from the Worx? hmm there's a reason why these are reduced so much folks, save your money and buy something decent.
arch6810/07/2019 12:33

What a choice a 16mm scratch from the Bosch or a 27mm curve from the Worx? …What a choice a 16mm scratch from the Bosch or a 27mm curve from the Worx? hmm there's a reason why these are reduced so much folks, save your money and buy something decent.


Good advice. I’m waiting this one out and I’ll carry on using my 25-y-o B&D circular Dino-saw.
Bargain, bought one a while ago and used it during a full house renovation, still going strong and I abused the living hell out of it the durability is second to none
porradude10/07/2019 09:35

Agreed. Been looking for one and this would be ideal but reviews on amazon …Agreed. Been looking for one and this would be ideal but reviews on amazon aren't great. Specifically looking for one to cut straight but unfit for purpose if it can't do that.


All tools require some level of mastery. A simple guide to run the tool against combined with a gentle sideway force to keep it against the guide should ensure anybody could cut straight with it. I always assume I need to practice with a new tool before entertaining making an important cut, but I wouldn't assume the tool will just cut what I want it to cut, where I want it cut by itself.
Edited by: "friar_chris" 10th Jul
friar_chris10/07/2019 17:50

All tools require some level of mastery. A simple guide to run the tool …All tools require some level of mastery. A simple guide to run the tool against combined with a gentle sideway force to keep it against the guide should ensure anybody could cut straight with it. I always assume I need to practice with a new tool before entertaining making an important cut, but I wouldn't assume the tool will just cut what I want it to cut, where I want it cut by itself.


Spot on, plus I have also read with this tool that if deep cuts are needed then it is best to let the tool pass twice over the cut with two depth adjustments.....let the tool do the work without the strain on the motor.
friar_chris10/07/2019 17:50

All tools require some level of mastery. A simple guide to run the tool …All tools require some level of mastery. A simple guide to run the tool against combined with a gentle sideway force to keep it against the guide should ensure anybody could cut straight with it. I always assume I need to practice with a new tool before entertaining making an important cut, but I wouldn't assume the tool will just cut what I want it to cut, where I want it cut by itself.


Yea, good point. I've actually reserved one already because it's such a good price.
Handy for cutting out floor boards as the blade is thin and small diameter. Also it will cope with nails.
Ordered, thanks. Great for cutting boards.
Out of stock everywhere, need one too.
cicobuff10/07/2019 17:54

Spot on, plus I have also read with this tool that if deep cuts are needed …Spot on, plus I have also read with this tool that if deep cuts are needed then it is best to let the tool pass twice over the cut with two depth adjustments.....let the tool do the work without the strain on the motor.


Totally agree with both comments but there are a number of reviews where the reviewer doesn't appear to be gung ho in usage and say that the blade is fractionally offset.
arch6811/07/2019 08:54

Totally agree with both comments but there are a number of reviews where …Totally agree with both comments but there are a number of reviews where the reviewer doesn't appear to be gung ho in usage and say that the blade is fractionally offset.


Will see when I try with mine, at this price it is a matter of buying whilst they still had stock and worrying about that under warranty/return to Argos later.

*EDIT* If you are referring to this, then it is not the same product, that is referring to the 700w 120mm blade version, as usual with Amazon listings they clump the different versions of the tool into one listing. I would think from that it would be a misalignment of the bolt fitting with the bore hole of the blade or even a warped blade.

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Edited by: "cicobuff" 11th Jul
Used kind to lay wood floor today, can’t fault it, the cord doesn’t annoy me as much I though it would. Just used the garden to make the cuts and mess .. it works as described and as straight as a t square

As sad as I am I now want more to cut haha
Edited by: "soulman123" 11th Jul
Anyone tried tiles with this yet?
soulman12311/07/2019 18:43

Used kind to lay wood floor today, can’t fault it, the cord doesn’t annoy m …Used kind to lay wood floor today, can’t fault it, the cord doesn’t annoy me as much I though it would. Just used the garden to make the cuts and mess .. it works as described and as straight as a t squareAs sad as I am I now want more to cut haha


Good to "hear". Have a bunch of wooden shelves to cut so hopefully it does the job!
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