Circular Saw Deals

Circular Saw Deals & Offers

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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

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.

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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:

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!

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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.

1300w 185mm Circular saw from screwfix was £39.99 now £29.99
Found 1st JanFound 1st Jan
Good reviews and a decent price for a 1300w circular saw As shown please use saftey equipment ear defenders etc :)
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Have this ok for rip cutting. Alright for the price.


maybe too dangerous for you


So is a car if you don’t know how to operate it


With a bit of luck you might still get that one


Don't tell me your favourites films are the Saw series, must get out more.

Makita brushless circular saw - £129.50 @ Homebase
Found 17th Dec 2017Found 17th Dec 2017
I have this one and paid £180, no where you will find deal
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Off to Homebase in the morning Thank You :)


and I was worried about carving up the mother in laws turkey this Christmas


good saving for brushless


That is a deal.


go stand in the corner and think about the terrible joke you just made. :D

Dewalt 6 piece kit with 3 4ah batteries and free delivery at B&Q - £340
Found 7th Dec 2017Found 7th Dec 2017
Was originally £830 according to B&Q. Click and collect or free delivery available. Set includes a drill, impact driver, jigsaw, circular saw, angle grinder and torch as well … Read more

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Hi I'm really sorry for the inconvenience this has caused. Some customers had the order fulfilled and the sale price honoured, before the pricing error was noticed. After the error was noticed, all other customer orders were cancelled and customers were updated on this. Apologies you couldn't get the product you wanted this time. Holly That's the response I got last time with the multi tool. Then they sent an email saying I'd cancelled it, and that's just the automated response. Hope you have some luck!


Check in your click and collect store anyway


Mine turned up today.


Ive also asked the same question! Well done to those who managed to get this deal

Milwaukee M18BPP7A-402B 18V 7-Piece Power Tool Kit + 2x 4ah Batteries, Charger & Bag£664.96 @ Anglia Tool Centre
Found 3rd Dec 2017Found 3rd Dec 2017
Brilliant price on this- next cheapest I've found is £719, but nearer a grand at most places. A really good selection of tools as well- I've been chopping up trees all week with m… Read more
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You can never have too many tools! :D Specifically, you can never have too many drills. I think I've got ten? (embarrassed)


That’s irrelavent if you can’t find the products cheaper elsewhere. What do you expect


Price is £664.96 with code


I've never had Ryobi but the drill gets very good reviews. For DIY it seems pretty good value if someone needs all those tools!

33% off Makita 5704RK Circular Saw 240V - 1200W - £99.99 - Get another 15% off with discount code "BLACK15" for Click and collect @ Wickes
Found 23rd Nov 2017Found 23rd Nov 2017
Good Little Deal for all those not so handy, handymen and handywomen out there! 33% off Makita 5704RK Circular Saw 240V - 1200W - £99.99 - Get another 15% off with discount code "… Read more

Shame the colour is puke inducing (lol)


Bosch GKS 190 Professional Hand-Held Circular Saw, 1400 W Gks is now £79 on amazon


Get some heat on that I paid £105 for the bosch gks on amazon

Evolution FURY1-B Multi-Purpose Circular Saw, 185 mm £40 from Amazon
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Amazon price matching B&Q on this one B&Q deal ends Thursday 23rd November

I went for the orange Rage version instead. It arrived today and produced a familiar burnt electrical wire smell when it was turned on for a few seconds. The spin down speed is awful. I'm considering reordering, but wonder if anyone else can give feedback on what theirs is like first?


I used to use a Festo for work but would be to expensive for just a few projects around the house. However, I am not sure if this saw is any good....


Any mitre saw offers going?


Pay a 'bit' more ?? your link is twice the bloody price and doesn't come with a multipurpose blade.


pay a bit more get the professional range from bosch On promotion for £79, usually £105 buy cheap buy multiple times buy professional quality become a brand diplomat

WORX WX427 XL 710W Compact Circular Saw £89.99 @ amazon
Found 4th Nov 2017Found 4th Nov 2017
Been waiting a few months for this to drop in price from £129.99. It has been as low as £79.99 in April 2016 but I'd be surprised if it drops down that low again. They also have … Read more
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Absolutely. Another reason for doing this is that the saw blades are very thin and flexible.


Argos don’t sell (and have never sold) this 710W /46mm cut version. The one you bought will be at best the 400W version which is underpowered and not worth more than £45 (unless you got the version with 3 blades included then £60 is about right).


This was in Argos for £60 2 months back bought it been sitting in the box since


I’ve also got the worx sonicrafter which is excellent. I lent it to my dad to do his engineered wood flooring and he returned it to me with a blunt blade saying it was rubbish. I bought a new blade (same make) and it’s got through about 50 floorboards like a knife through butter but the cutting angle is important. If you try to force it through at the wrong angle it knackers the blade immediately. As Waldorf said - it helps if you know what you’re doing!


You get what you pay for. £40 would have bought you the 350W version which is only good for thin material. The 710W version gets very good reviews. I know electricians who’ve ditched their regular circular saw for this model as it whizzes through floorboards.

Amazon- Evolution RAGE1-B Multi-Purpose Circular Saw, 185 mm (230V) - £50
Found 2nd Nov 2017Found 2nd Nov 2017
Good price according to the 3camel. Good reviews, 3 years warranty
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Took up the deal. It arrived today and produced a familiar burnt electrical wire smell when it was turned on for a few seconds. The spin down speed is awful. I'm considering reordering, but wonder if anyone else can give feedback on what theirs is like first?


Any mitre saw or table saw offers going? :)


Bought one a few years ago and had a problem with with height adjuster and the only workaround was to use another similar locking lever from a spare saw, so on checking poor reviews on first one looked at found the same defect. (Only used this less than 20 times and already the flimsy lever that tightens it into depth of cut has broken, just as I predicted. Just turning it finger tight stripped the threads, so had to spend all morning taking it apart and welding a longer bolt in place (it was way too short which is probably why the threads were stripped).

Evolution RAGE1-B Multi-Purpose Circular Saw £50 @ Amazon
Found 25th Oct 2017Found 25th Oct 2017
Bought this last week for about 66 pounds and saw it today at 50. Have not used it yet but has good reviews. Lowest price for the last 6 months based on camelcamelcamel https://… Read more

Took up the deal. It arrived today and produced a familiar burnt electrical wire smell when it was turned on for a few seconds. The spin down speed is awful. I'm considering reordering, but wonder if anyone else can give feedback on what theirs is like first?


I find evolution tools to be a bit cheap in terms of quality. Generally not good for anything other than diy pretty rubbish for anything precise


I think Fury is lower quality (that's what I've read on amazon).


I have this. It is powerful and does beams and post no problem. Not very precise , but not meant to be. I used 2 clamps and a straight edge to get better results For price and depth of cut and power it is a safe bet COCO


Circular Saw Blade 210mm/42 Teeth for Aluminium - £3.99 @ ALDI
Found 24th Sep 2017Found 24th Sep 2017
I was looking for a saw blade for my evolution mitre saw to cut some aluminium and stumbled on this from Aldi. Looks good and half the price of the next cheapest I could find. They… Read more
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They are supplied with two spacers. 25.4 and 16mm


Yes you'll need a 30mm to 25.4mm reducer. They are a pound odd on flea bay of you don't have one already.


Sorry 190 mm diameter.


Great find. Been after new blades for my circular saws for a while. Just been and got a few for back up. Other sizes available too. 191 mm


Hi thanks. Does this come with or need some sort of adapter for Evolution fittings?

Parkside Circular Saw ONLY £34.99 @ Lidl
Found 16th Aug 2017Found 16th Aug 2017
These deals start on Thursday 17th August Parkside Circular Saw ONLY £34.99 For easy cutting of solid wood, chipboard, plastic and lightweight building materials Variable… Read more
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yep - I've got some old floorboards that I'm recycling into rustic shelves - they are 5cm / 2inches deep so I can't use thebattery one unless I try to line it up and cut from the other side as well. A PIA and no doubt I'll get it wrong... lol


I'm definitely interested but didn't consider this. So if say cutting a fence post in one go , they are about 50mm I would say, the cordless wouldn't but the electric circular saw would be fine, is that right?


Just bought one, on the basis of the Parkside cordless hammer drill I have it's pretty reasonable for moderate DIY use. Adjustable angle and cutting depth, with a metal edge cutting guide (albeit not brilliant but adequate) and a laser line guide which is nice for the low price. Adjustable speed also. Am planning to use it in the next few weeks, so predict £35 well spent, as I couldn't justify a more expensive one for a short term DIY project.


cutting depth is 65mm on this as well, (40-something on the battery)


Can any owners of this comment on how good this is please? Thanks

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