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Guild 160mm Circular Saw  £29.99 (was £39.99) @ Argos
Found 11th NovFound 11th Nov
Guild 160mm Circular Saw £29.99 @ Argos Guild power tools are built to last and come with a 2 year guarantee. So whether you are using a drill to put up a shelf or using a mitre … Read more

Great I'll just go back to a year ago and pick a couple up (lol)


Got this same one. Well built and survived a very large decking project


got 2 @£10 each from homebase, about 1 year ago


Yes, Guild tools are great for the Diyer, got lots in my shed


Bought a cordless Guild drill which does a good enough job, I also had a guild multi tool which got well used before it gave up the ghost. Will take a punt on this saw as i am in the market for one. Heat added.

Evolution 1200W 240V 185mm Circular saw FURY1B £40 @ B&Q
Found 26th OctFound 26th Oct
Use code provided to reduce price down from £45 to £40

Thanks. Need a new one for the trick or treaters


Sadly there is no adjustment on this model.




The blade supplied on the VonHaus is not suitable for cutting mild steel, unlike the Evolution..


Do u not just adjust it

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Dewalt cordless circular saw (Body Only) £91.99 @ Amazon
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Best price that I have ever seen. I’ve had one for a few years now and it has served me well. It’s not as powerful as corded versions, but handles most tasks.
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I have the set of dewalt xr but have a slight niggle. The xr is great for the driver, torch , drill and jig saw but the planer and this circular saw struggles . I’m prob not using for the intended purpose but don’t have a bench cutter to use so use the full blade to split 4x2. It tends to want to cut out and if I regulate my pressure on the push it doesn’t cut over heats the battery so it doesn’t work till it cools down. Works fine for MDf just not for cutting thick pieces . I’d recommend getting flex volt for the big spinners grinder etc then18v/flex yellow fast charger . One flex volt will do and will work with the other xr range


First impressions, well made. Smaller than my corded unit which I consider to be a good thing as it fits the hand better. Battery life is unknown as I only used it for a few minutes. I’m happy wit it.


Have you used it yet? What's your thoughts? Should I go for this model or a better one from DeWalt?


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Mines just arrived. Thanks OP!

Workzone 190mm Circular Saw 1500w £29.99 (Aldi Worksop)
LocalLocalFound 12th OctFound 12th Oct
2 x Saw blades Parallel Fence Features 5000rpm no load speed Soft start Intelligent power control Aluminium base plate Saw blade locking mechanism for easy blade change Laser cutti… Read more
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Love how everyone blanked the actual product listed in this deal XD


The one I got was sealed, laser doesnt work and only one blade. I'll be doing the job I wanted it for then returning.


Consider yourself lucky! That's a very good find


Yep, all sealed and tickety boo. 3 years warranty too. :D


Oh wow, that's excellent price! All intact?

WORX WX427 XL 710W WORXSAW Compact Circular Saw £89.23 @ Amazon
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
WORX WX427 XL 710W WORXSAW Compact Circular Saw Under £90. Good deal on a good saw. Very useful on shallow depth cuts!
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Can someone do me a big favour and measure the length and diameter of the spring that is held by screw that tightens the Parallel guide. I overtighten on the first used, basically squashed it and then I tried to fix it by stretching it back but it flew off somewhere in the garden and can't find it.


Silly me. Just noticed that but does look like a toy. (lol)


12mm cutting depth is poor and it takes 55mm blades which aren't common.


Funny enough, had an email just sent through for this. Check the related products. Still on the fence on this one for small jobs. Amazon complaints suggests more like user errors with high expectations but could be the thickness of the saw blades. Let us know if the Silverline blades are good or not. Even Silverline range has a mini saw, comes with dust extraction. Tools/Saws/454954


Thanks OP. Second power tool bought today. Must stay off hotukdeals as wife getting annoyed..

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I've got an ancient (1973) DeWalt radial arm saw that is designed to take dado blades, it's really frustrating that I can't get blades at a sensible price to use it, as intended. My life will not be complete until I go 'full Norm' and 'rabbit' a piece of 'lumber' whilst wearing 'these, safety glasses'


Think they are a banned sale in Europe. We can't be trusted with them and have to make multiple more dangerous passes instead. Although the pictures of the injuries they cause might put you off, especially as the guard and riving knife are removed for use.


Help an old geezer, what is it you talk of? Ok, got it!


I thought for a minute these were much fabled dado blades, sadly not.


I have the mother in law staying over for Christmas this year, does anybody know if they can cut through bone?

Makita 5704RK 240v circular saw £50 wickes
LocalLocalFound 27th SepFound 27th Sep
Not many left in stock, but there are a few scattered about. Lightweight yet powerful and can perform an impressive 66mm depth of cut, low noise and reduced vibration help to inc… Read more
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Yes, but this offer (I guess no longer available) is for 240/230v so no need to transform.


you’d need one of those big yellow boxes you see on building sites, I think


Does that mean you'd need a 110V to 230V converter to use this here? Thanks in advance.


On eBay is the 110v version this is the 240v version.


Great bit of kit for a great price. I replaced mine with a DHS710 a bit back, but instead of moving it on hacked it into a death trap table saw to great effect.

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

So far I've used this tool on 18mm reinforced cardboard, which it's great at. It had a great tendency to creep to the left when cutting anything more substantial. It will cut 18mm mdf, but you must clamp a straight edge or guide rail to the work or a fight will ensue for sure, which inevitably results in your work being butchered. I'm used to working with bigger circular saws on mdf "freehand", but this isn't a tool you can do that with. It's like pulling a rabid cat out of a scrap by it's tail!


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 :)

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.



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.

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