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Lidl Parkside 20v cordless circular saw - £39.99 instore
LocalLocalFound 19th SepFound 19th Sep
Reduced to £39.99 in 2 stores I checked in South Wales - Cardiff Maes y Coed and Merthyr Dowlais top. Not advertised so possibly not national. Contains 2ah battery and charger p… Read more

+1 for the nailgun.


Most of them are separate.


May be should they should start start selling these tools seperate from battery for a cheaper price.


You say reduced, what was the normal price?


I bought one from my local store in west bromwich at the same price. it's 20% off from original price. I am hoping to buy more 20V items from LIDL and get a few more 4Ah batteries later.

Skil Masters 5065 MB 1250W 240v Professional Circular saw at ITS for £40.94
Found 9th SepFound 9th Sep
Seems like a decent price for average quality saw. Other Skil Masters tools also on sale, but only 110 Volts: 230mm 1600W Angle Grinder for £40.94 Delivered 2Kg 750W SDS+ Rotary … Read more

Delivery is £4.95, free for orders over £100.


Shows £35.99 for me




Does this take a normal plug ?


If this is anything like the quality of Skil tools from a few years ago it's a good deal.

18V Li-Ion Mini Circular Saw, Aldi Thurs 23rd, £59.99
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Product Information Battery Type: Li-Ion Brand: Workzone Colour: Blue Cutting Depth: Max. 27mm Dimensions: Approx. 39 x 32 x 32.2cm Power: 18V Power Source: Battery Product Type: P… Read more

I've been using an old compressor based nailer when making some planters out of pallet wood. Lots of fun and very quick!


I can't see the 40v on their latest offers last Sunday and I'm not sure if I know of any of their tools that would take that battery. Interesting if they are releasing a 40v range.


Lidl have parkside batteries in their shops now 20v &V 40v


I was going to post the nail gun but found it had been posted several days ago. Was a bit put out when I saw the price, I ordered a Ryobi nail gun a few weeks ago for £145. But I have other Ryobi tools & several batteries so I guess I can live with it :) But if I'd have seen the Aldi one first I'd have got that one. Don't regret buying a nail gun it's a great tool. Wish I'd got one earlier :)


Yes there is a company you can buy the Lidl batteries off direct. I don't think they do 40v though but they do have a 20v 4Ah version at the moment. Looks as though Aldi also have a battery nail gun available. Hope Lidl create one for their range as I've decided t stick with them for now.

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DeWalt DCS391N 18V XR 165mm Circular Saw (Body Only) £89 at  Powertoolmate
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
£89 I is the cheapest I have seen good to add if you already have dewalt kit and batteries also free delivery Closes price I have seen is FFX for £99 Features: Ergonomic handle … Read more
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Could you use a diamond blade on this?


As long as they are 18v they will work, but if they are only 1.5ah or 2.0ah, you might not get many cuts from each battery's charge.


will this just work with my drill batteries then or do they need a certain rating. I think mine are the smallest ones.


Great saw and great price - also never seen it this cheap. Second hand marker is dearer. Good spot OP.


Great saw, very handy.

Workzone Mini Circular Saw £49.99 @ Aldi online only.
Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
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I would tend to agree (and that's not just because I own one myself!!). I would also expect that if you're thinking of putting down £50 on a mini "plunge" saw, the full size plunge saw coming up @ Lidl for £69.99 would be a *far* better purchase for most.


Rail saw coming up at Lidl next week, bit more expensive but probably worth the extra

DeWalt DCS391N 18V XR li-ion Circular Saw 165mm Bare Unit (Body Only) £92 @ Howe Tools
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
Hot on the heels of my last deal which was good IMO @ £95, this little beaut' pops up £3.50 cheaper @ £92 delivered :) might be helpful to the others that missed out on the last … Read more
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Oos at Howe, but £93 at Powertoolmate.


Soz I never got back to you matey, the charger model I have is the DCB115 hope it helps :D


This one, sorry different site


Any links? I could not find that deal on the website.



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Parkside mini plunge circular saw £49.99 at Lidl from Sunday 6 May. 3 year warranty too!
Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
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 bu… Read more

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.


As stated, the blades can be expensive. Hopefully Lidl will also sell the blades and they'll be compatible with the Worx machines though.


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


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.....


Looks good, but expensive!

DeWalt DCS391N 18V XR li-ion Circular Saw 165mm Bare Unit £95.50 @ UK Planet Tools
Found 29th AprFound 29th Apr
Seems like a good deal, UK Planet Tools for £95.50 Incl' next day delivery, cheapest I've found (excluding Ebay). Features Powerful and highly efficient PM58 DeWALT fan co… Read more
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£115 now.


Being the DIY noob that i am i didnt realise that this didnt come with a battery, i dont have any compatible batteries with this tool. Where is the best place to buy a battery + charger? Thanks


Cheers thanks for clarification


No, the 'N' at the end of the model number means naked i.e no battery. Just for reference in future.

Parkside Clamping & Sawing Guide Rail £9.99 Lidl
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
If you like me have a jigsaw or circular saw and can't cut a straight line why not try this. a four foot long straight edge that clamps and can pivot I'm sure you can find more us… Read more
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They do. The idea is so simple its brilliant (y) I use a small one about 1 1/2 foot with a bit of wood screwed underneath at 90 degrees for quickly cutting/squaring the ends on bits of wood/cladding etc.


Thanks, I'm going to make one of these, could save a lot of time and effort. (y)


^^ Jus sayin' ;) Saves the mental effort of calculating your blade offset as well, clamp it right at the cut line and go... :)


You could just use a 1200mm level clamped to the plywood sheet as it will do the same job as this clamp from Lidl, that's what I used to do until I got myself a plunge saw with guide rails


Yes, that was the very reason I asked my question above and, judging by the replies, the answer is no. It seems it will only take a workpiece of about 100cm (1000mm) and an 8 x 4 sheet is 2440mm x 1220mm. A pity, because most of the things I cut come in 8 x 4 sheets.

DeWalt DWE560 Circular Saw 110v £76.63 delivered @ Toolstop
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
This seems to be £120+ everywhere else I've found it. Note that this is the 110v version. They also have the 240v at £96.03 (using code, below), which comes with a case and is slig… Read more
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They've got a 240v Makita at about the same price, but it's a slightly smaller blade


Shame it's 110v, pain for DIY.


Great company to deal with. Buy with confidence.


Good deal

Worx mini circular saw 710w - Amazon £84.32
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Worx plunge circular saw. Sub £90 seems like a good deal for the one with an extra bit of power. Good cutting depth too.
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See how you get on. If you have the same issues and don't need the plunge cut then maybe look at the conventional Makita (165mm blade I think) at £80.


Interesting, mine was really pulling left and I'm sure the base wasn't 100% in line with the blade. New one is out for delivery, if that acts the same it goes back as well.


They do pull terribly, though generally to the right. I only use mine for rough cutting now, I'd never attempt to use it on anything that needs cutting accurately. It's got its uses but it's cons outweigh it's pros, and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone as an alternative to a decent circular saw (and for this money you can get a Makita or DeWalt) unless you specifically need the plunge feature.


My OH has a shop, she's just moving into a new one thats a right hole. I've been in there for the last 4 weeks between my main job and have used the other saw quite a bit! That said I think I cut the last bit of slatwall last night. Damn!


The problem is finding something to cut :D

Worx 120mm circular saw - £67.98 Amazon
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Worx 120mm circular saw - £67.98 Not the best price it's been but not bad. I've been after one for ages
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If anyone finds cheap blades for these be sure to post!


been looking for a circular saw for a week or two this one seems to have good reviews plus I have amazon vouchers..Bought :D winner winner chicken dinner lol


I may be wrong but think that was the little 85mm version?


Pretty sure I saw this on here last week for £37 from b&q


I have one, paid a little under £50. It's a good bit of kit but the 710w version has been about £5 more than this in the past. If that on drops again I think I'll bite.

DEWALT DT1953 216 mm x 30 mm x 40 Teeth Construction Circular Saw Blade £11.58 prime / £16.33 non prime @ Amazon
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Great price, these are £31.99 at Screwfix! :o

Cutting edge technology 8)


Just what I needed as mine seems a bit blunt


£11.50 Ebay


Cut the crap. It’s about the blade


A cut above the rest.

Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
Product Information This corded mini circular saw is ideal cutting steel, wood, aluminium and plastic. 7000 rpm no load speed25mm maximum cutting depth at 90°85mm diameter bladeD… Read more

That costs £85!


Worx do a version with 110mm blade that cuts 46mm depth. Its the Worx WX429. Check eBay or amazon.


Great for mothers day


Or use a router


Or ideally An electric plainer

WORX 400W Mini Circular Saw, 85mm TCT blade, just £39.99 (was £69.99, 43% reduction) on clearance at Argos.
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
I have one of these WORX mini circular saws and it's proven very useful for some smaller jobs where a full size circular saw is a bit too brutal. Made some very fine, accurate cut… Read more

OOS now so I've expired it.


Bought the cordless version with laser from argoose for £34 I think it was just before xmas


Cheers for the info, picked one up. Too good to miss out and 3 year Warranty. Luckily they were in the end of the tools section and not in their main clearance section. Still 3 left when I brought mine earlier.


I'll can sell them for 50p if i haven't got any in stock too. Typical argos


Looks good but reviews aren't encouraging. Here's another:

Evolution rage 185mm Multipurpose Circular Saw 230V  £44.99 - Screwfix
Found 1st MarFound 1st Mar
Circular saw Available in 240v or 110v Deal of the day Was £54.99, today deal of the day £44.99

Agree withJules_HT I've got the green one "Fury" and it was from Amazon last prime day on a warehouse deal and it's a great saw for a DIY er and this deal is a good one as the replacement blades are around £15. Used mine to reclaim old roofing timbers full of nails etc so when you hit one it's not a disaster!


I've got the green one of these and it's awesome. Pretty much the only cicular saw that I found in the price range that was clutched and bladed for metal too, so hidden nails etc are not a problem.


Mine was smoking as soon as I spun it up when it was £50 (from Amazon) before Christmas.


offer ends today, will then go back to higher price.


Link for 110 volt

Dewalt DCS391 18v circular saw - £119 @ Screwfix
Found 18th FebFound 18th Feb
Bare unit for those who already have 18v batteries New store openings offer a further 10% off these prices plus TopCashback potentially as well

94.95 + vat


There are £94.95 at CEF


try it on your fingers first and if it works then itll be fine on fish


Not a deal, cheaper just about everywhere. Screwfix always the most expensive for power tools.


Can anybody recommend any good circular saw in te region of £50?

DeWalt 18v 6-Piece Kit (combi, impact driver, jigsaw, grinder, circular saw, torch), 3 x 5ah batteries, charger, 2 x cases - £726.53 @ Toolstop
Found 15th FebFound 15th Feb
Looks like a pretty good price on this for a 6-piece set, given that the included combi and two batteries costs near half this price. The combi and impact driver are brushless, an… Read more
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spent ages looking tried phoning a few places and pricing up ,went round in circles for weeks away went for the screwfix deal the three are brushless and every other shop seemed to want the same price plus the vat


Bargain this lot (cheeky)


There's some right scumbags about (mad)


got peeled and stealed ,(have a google ) got away with at least 11 x 18v tools 6 batts along with anything with dewalt on it, lasers screwset ,drills ! so am definaltly one for these deals atm


Ah yes, it was £340. A great bargain in any event!

WORX WX429 400W 120mm Worxsaw XL Compact Circular Saw £47.41 Amazon
Found 13th FebFound 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. Add delivery … Read more

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


£99.90 now!


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.


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


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

WORX WX427 XL 710W Compact Circular Saw  - £71.99 at Amazon
Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
I think it never was at that low price - The latest HUKD thread -… Read more

I bought this last month, yes this 710w model and I have used it quite a lot and it is a handy size but would I buy it again? For fiddly light work like cutting a floorboard out its great but anything else the blade is a bit lightweight and can struggle to cut straight. I read reviews and laughed at people who said they can't get it to go straight and frankly unless you are Uber slow, careful, use a guide rail and do several shallow depth passes you will likely have same problem. You can get a regular sized saw for same money and I would opt for that if I was buying again.


Come on it got a bit of warmth over a year ago at £80!


But that doesnt cut as deep


The 400w version is reduced to £30 in some homebase stores at the moment.


Lowest price its been, and it's cold. I don't get it.

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