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BAUKER 2000W 40CM Chain Saw, £29.99 at worx / eBay
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Made hot 25th SepMade hot 25th Sep
Good offer. The Bauker 2000W Chainsaw is handy, light and efficient chainsaw for cutting timber, branches and small trees. Please note that you need to disengage the Chain Brak… Read more

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Just bought one for the wife ;)


now i just need a deal on bin liners, rubber gloves and duct tape



ToughBuilt TOU-C650/2 Adjustable Saw Horse/Trestle Table Twin Pack - £89 delivered @ FFX
Made hot 23rd SepMade hot 23rd Sep
Sawhorses 2 Pack TOU-C650/2

Yes these are great, but quite heavy. ..


Nice deal. Thanks for sharing @SZYMON_80


Does anyone know of any 5% code knocking about?


These things are great. I hadn't realised they existed! But paired with a couple of 4 by 2s, they make an awesome workbench. No more Blackndecker Workmate for me!


Picked up a set of these around 4 weeks ago from FFX (as my local Toolstation had sold out) to use as a worktable with the 2x4's and some 18mm sheets of chipboard flooring. Great for a solid, height adjustable & collapsible worktable with a couple of clamps to hold the worktop to the supports.

Makita DJR185Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Mini Reciprocating Saw - Batteries and Charger Not Included £66 @ Amazon
Made hot 22nd SepMade hot 22nd Sep
According to camelcamelcamel it’s the lowest price for around a year

You can purchase the twin battery beast including case for £159.98 using the 20% off code until midnight from Toolstation on ebay. Makita 36V Twin 18V Reciprocating Saw


This thing is shocking. Wouldn’t use it to slice bread let alone anything else


cheaper on ebay


I've got this as well as a full size one. It has short travel on the blade so it's easier to do some jobs where you don't have space behind the cut. Plus if you were trying to use it inside a cabinet or something. The most basic full size one is infinitely better for chopping pallets or anything like that.


It’s not as powerful as the larger models but does the job when you need to access a tighter space

ToughBuilt Saw Horse C700 - £53.84 with code at toolstation_ltd ebay
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Made hot 22nd SepMade hot 22nd Sep
ToughBuilt Saw Horse C700 Use code: PURCHASE4LESS

Use these myself, £75 a pair and rock-solid...


Back in stock, 5 available.




One more was showing in stock, bought with thanks!


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Bauker 500W 85mm Mini Saw 240V £35.18 at ebay / toolstation_ltd
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Made hot 21st SepMade hot 21st Sep
• 27mm cutting depth at 90° • Lock-off switch, spindle lock • No load speed: 5100rpm. • Includes: Case, blade Replacement blades available TCT (code 38615), HSS (code 39539) and… Read more

Thanks, that's brilliant as I'm planning to lay flooring. Cheers.


With a steel (or wood) straight edge clamped to the work, it cuts as straight as its big sister. The small kerf means that it cuts as fast and means that, for carpentry rather than joinery, often avoids having to be compensated for. It's a lot less noisy than its big sister, too. If I had to choose - big sister would win. eg cutting worktop thicknesses in a single pass. But I regularly cut 8x4 flooring grade sheets with it - no problem. I haven't tried wobble or stacked dados with it - you can just about get away with doing that hand held with a big machine but suspect that it all might go wrong quite quickly with this one. I do a lot of sliding doors, so that facility is pretty useful, for me - YMMV. Oh and it runs quite happily off my little portable generator. So, if you are building a boat away from mains power, that could be important. In short, an extremely useful second circular saw.


Handy for cutting pieces of skirting out for wiring and plumbing etc as it has a thin small diameter blade doesn't eat into the next board too far, and you can plunge it easy enough. Low power makes it limited in use, and the small blade makes it hard to cut streight lines.


I have the Aldi version of this. It’s ok but it’s use is limited. It’s easier to handle than a full size circular and I found it useful for laminate flooring. With hindsight I would not buy one for general diy. A more flexible option would be to buy a cordless circular saw.


Any of the tool people (hmm, need another phrase) have any experience of these or pros and cons etc (heat op).

DeWalt DCS391 165MM 18V Li-Ion XR Cordless Circular Saw (Bare Unit) £99.88 with code @ abbeypower ebay
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Made hot 21st SepMade hot 21st Sep
Best price I can find for this right now The DeWalt DCS391 XR circular saw is ideal for working on MDF, plywood and timber and features a 24-tooth TCT blade that can deliver bevel… Read more

got mine today, great bit of kit and 3 yr warranty


Also available with a deep tstak case for 119.88 from the same seller


paid 115 for mine from toolstation. Good for even 115


@Sallos19 Thanks very much. 🤟


Great first deal @Ryan_McLaughlin thanks for posting! (y)