Worx 310W Mini Saw

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Worx 310W Mini Saw

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I was looking for a small saw for floor boards sick of lugging round my heavy Circular saw
Didn’t want to pay big bucks (dewalt or Bosch) so went for this tiny one from Agos (web) £82 last year
Has a laser /led lamp will cut ceramics but haven’t tried that
Thought I'd wasted my money at first but it’s been very useful so far from floor boards
to cutting small inspection holes in plasterboard & many other jobs -feels safe to use
This little saw has paid for itself and I hardly ever use the big saw now.
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Re: Worx 310W Mini Saw

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whats the plunge depth like :dunno:
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Depth cut is 22mm but for me its been ok
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22mm is perfect for floorboards planed timber skirting and even doors in situ with a cut down both sides :thumbright:

ooo and the dreaded laminate floor in situ
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