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WORX WX429L 4-1/2" Compact Electric Circular Saw

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Amazon.com has WORX 4-1/2" Worxsaw Compact Electric Circular Saw (WX429L) on sale for $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks kocachi

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  1. 4-1/2" WORXSAW Compact Circular Saw
  2. 24T Carbide-tipped Blade
  3. Parallel Guide
  4. Vacuum Adapter
  5. Allen Key
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https://www.amazon.com/WORX-WORXS...B00ZFR4GJE
WORX compact Circular saw. 4.5" blade. One of the lowest price per CCC.
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Dude that "joke" is like 10 years old. Not even funny, just thread crapping/borderline trolling at this point
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I have this and it's so underpowered. Was working on the deck and it's really hard to make clean cuts as the blade is constantly getting stuck. Bought a Craftsman 5.5" saw instead and the difference was night and day. Bigger saw was smooth as butter.
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Price dropped to $39.99 at this time.

In for one.
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Got one for DIY project around the house. Perfect for my pantry shelves
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I got one included with my table purchase and need to sell it about 25% off this price. Wink
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Bought this and used it for a few projects. Loved it but had to sell it because I went with Ryobi 18v. The 18v included a 5 1/2" circular saw which is very compact but at the same time has very good cutting power. This Worx unit kicked back too much for my taste but was awesome for its portability.
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I have this and it's so underpowered. Was working on the deck and it's really hard to make clean cuts as the blade is constantly getting stuck. Bought a Craftsman 5.5" saw instead and the difference was night and day. Bigger saw was smooth as butter.
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I have this and it's so underpowered. Was working on the deck and it's really hard to make clean cuts as the blade is constantly getting stuck. Bought a Craftsman 5.5" saw instead and the difference was night and day. Bigger saw was smooth as butter.
Yeah I wouldn't suggest using this to build a deck, especially if your using treated lumber. Your standard skill saw well even to cut treated.
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I have this and it's so underpowered. Was working on the deck and it's really hard to make clean cuts as the blade is constantly getting stuck. Bought a Craftsman 5.5" saw instead and the difference was night and day. Bigger saw was smooth as butter.
Just canceled after hearing from you guys experience. I will get something a little bigger
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I got one included with my table purchase and need to sell it about 25% off this price.
i'll take it for $30 shipped
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I have this and it's so underpowered. Was working on the deck and it's really hard to make clean cuts as the blade is constantly getting stuck. Bought a Craftsman 5.5" saw instead and the difference was night and day. Bigger saw was smooth as butter.
If you only own one saw you don't want this to be it. I consider it more of a specialty tool.

I've got the Rockwell version and it's good for making clean plunge cuts in tight places, like up against walls or inside cabinets .
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How many HDMI connections does it have?
Dude that "joke" is like 10 years old. Not even funny, just thread crapping/borderline trolling at this point
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If you only own one saw you don't want this to be it. I consider it more of a specialty tool.

I've got the Rockwell version and it's good for making clean plunge cuts in tight places, like up against walls or inside cabinets .
I was just going to mention the rockwell version as well. 5.0amp motor
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I was misled by positive Amazon reviews from "handywomen" and my husband's concern I would cut my leg off so thought this smaller tool would be a good place to start. I ended up returning it because 1. Kickback is a real concern. When underpowered, it just can't get a good start in the wood and so jumps all over nicking shit 2. If you hit a knot in the wood, forget it. You might as well get out a nail file.
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