WORX WX429 400W 120mm Worxsaw XL Compact Circular Saw £47.41 Amazon
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WORX WX429 400W 120mm Worxsaw XL Compact Circular Saw £47.41 Amazon

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Found 13th Feb
Seems a decent price for this version with the deeper cut and different blades.

Reviews are very mixed but It's the cheapest it's ever been on Amazon by a long way.

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I was gutted I missed the 720w version, went up just as I was going to buy. Just wondering if this will be powerful enough.
No laser either, but still.....
great saw hot
Scooter drivers will be upvoting this no doubt.....
Sharpharp1 h, 10 m ago

Scooter drivers will be upvoting this no doubt.....


Will need a long extension....
Sharpharp1 h, 11 m ago

Scooter drivers will be upvoting this no doubt.....


'Riders'... not drivers
I have the small version and just bought a Ryobi cordless reciprocating saw so not sure I need this.
Pretty good price when you factor in the extra blades which are around £12 to buy.
Tempted to buy this and sell the smaller version.
I have the version with laser but no angle cut, Never use the laser, Not needed really as long as you have a pencil line, Never trust that the laser hasn't been knocked off straight anyway.
Brilliant bit of kit, One of them tools that once you have you use all the time.
Excellent price for a mini circular saw. My dad has one blades are expensive to replace but we bought some a complete set of blades for 34.99 on Amazon. A laser on a circular saw is a complete waste of time they are never accurate.
Ordered anyway, at worst I can send it back. Would have preferred the more powerful version, was only £25 more but I guess thats 50% on this!
I have the larger 720w version and these are good for cuts on things like laminate flooring but when trying to cut 5mm off the bottom of a door it would not get past a couple of knots. I had to get my Makita full circular saw out to finish the job.
Bought my cordless one along with the laser and the blades for £42 from argooooooose
villians19842 m ago

Bought my cordless one along with the laser and the blades for £42 from …Bought my cordless one along with the laser and the blades for £42 from argooooooose


No battery though?
I have this and it’s fine,takes a little long for tiles but it’s quick on wood.
villians198417 m ago

Bought my cordless one along with the laser and the blades for £42 from …Bought my cordless one along with the laser and the blades for £42 from argooooooose


Got a link?
Got laser one and used it to cut an acrylic shower panel and make a fake tongue in a replacement floor board in 3 years. Not a bad tool but usually another in the garage better... Good price though if you can make use! Guide is beyond hopeless on mine...
Bought this package in Homebase sale for £27. Absolutely fantastic little tool. Used it on chipboard flooring to get at some pipework and various other jobs. Havnt used the guide. Would imagine that with its level of torque tricky work might be difficult. You need to be very careful when you use it.
Got one of these excellent if your chasing walls out for cables especially as you can attach the hoover to it.
tek-monkey15 h, 26 m ago

Got a link?


Expired now, bought it several months back and posted but it went cold for some reason
1616french20 h, 31 m ago

No battery though?


No didn’t come with a battery, but I’ve got shed loads of them so I bought the multi tool for £42 the angle grinder for £30 something the worxsaw £42 and the light for £12.99, basically everything for just over £100
Don't buy this. It's not powerful enough. I had to send it back today. It wouldn't cut straight line on laminate floor..
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Also used mine in anger today, and whilst I agree it's underpowered for what I was doing it did cut in a straight line without issue. At full depth on studwork though it started to slow down, and it suffers a bit once you're deep into long cut as I think the friction on either side is an issue (no writing left on mine, rubbed clean). I'm going to keep it but if the 710w version appears cheap again I'm having that as well, much neater than using my recip.

EDIT: Actually did a few bits of laminate too, had no issues. The acrylic shower panel gave it grief but that was about 12mm thick, got a worktop to carve up later this week so will see how it goes on that.
Edited by: "tek-monkey" 18th Feb
tek-monkey15 h, 41 m ago

Also used mine in anger today, and whilst I agree it's underpowered for …Also used mine in anger today, and whilst I agree it's underpowered for what I was doing it did cut in a straight line without issue. At full depth on studwork though it started to slow down, and it suffers a bit once you're deep into long cut as I think the friction on either side is an issue (no writing left on mine, rubbed clean). I'm going to keep it but if the 710w version appears cheap again I'm having that as well, much neater than using my recip.EDIT: Actually did a few bits of laminate too, had no issues. The acrylic shower panel gave it grief but that was about 12mm thick, got a worktop to carve up later this week so will see how it goes on that.


Thanks for the info, I was seriously considering buying this, seems a great price but I think I'll hold out in hopes that the 710w version drops in price.
Heisenborg6 m ago

Thanks for the info, I was seriously considering buying this, seems a …Thanks for the info, I was seriously considering buying this, seems a great price but I think I'll hold out in hopes that the 710w version drops in price.


I would, unless you need this now. Once I factored in the blade value I realised I may as well keep this and use it til I get a good deal on the other one again. Got a lot to do this week with it so it'll pay for itself in time not spent with a hand saw, plus this is easier to go in a straight line with for me. Was working with a 75 year old this weekend and he can cut perfect lines 2m long in wood using a hand saw in the time it takes me to do it with this saw once you factor in getting it out of the box, putting the right blade in etc!
solgierek16th Feb

Don't buy this. It's not powerful enough. I had to send it back today. It …Don't buy this. It's not powerful enough. I had to send it back today. It wouldn't cut straight line on laminate floor..


A friend of mine let me a borrow the more powerful version today. Really wanted to try this before buying. I made a few timber planters and it cut perfectly straight for the first 15 or so cuts and then started to veer off. I realised the blade had dulled. Seems to be fine on a new blade but they do dull quickly considering they are thinner
Heisenborg16 h, 46 m ago

A friend of mine let me a borrow the more powerful version today. Really …A friend of mine let me a borrow the more powerful version today. Really wanted to try this before buying. I made a few timber planters and it cut perfectly straight for the first 15 or so cuts and then started to veer off. I realised the blade had dulled. Seems to be fine on a new blade but they do dull quickly considering they are thinner


Thats not good, how long had he used it for before you? Was this the fine or rough cut?
tek-monkey7 h, 11 m ago

Thats not good, how long had he used it for before you? Was this the fine …Thats not good, how long had he used it for before you? Was this the fine or rough cut?



He says he only used this blade (24 wood blade) once before to cut a few loft boards. He has admitted to initially pushing the saw, rather than letting the saw do it's work before eventually getting used to it. I'm guessing that damaged the blade.

I still like the way it cuts. Not a replacement for my circular saw but plan on replacing quite a lot of floorboards in the house and reckon this would be great for the job.
£99.90 now!
Besford9 h, 17 m ago

£99.90 now!



Still the same price from Amazon and shipping again shortly.. I’m gonna sit this one out and see if the WX427 drops again
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