Worx 310W Corded Circular Saw

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This Worx corded circular saw has a TCT blade and a no load speed of 2800rpm, allowing for a cutting depth of 22mm, the trigger switch ensures ease of use. Suitable for cutting through wood, metal, tiles, plasterboard and plastics, it comes with a handy carry case and features a laser cutting guide for improved accuracy and soft grip handle for stability and comfort.

  • Guarantee - 3 year
  • Locking device - Spindle lock

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Features and benefits

  • Magnesium gear housing for a light weight and durable saw
  • Comes with: LED work light
  • Number of blades supplied: 3

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Worx 310W Corded Circular Saw
Brand Worx
Blade diameter 76mm
Blade guard Blade guard
No load speed 2800rpm
Power input 310W
Weight 4.2kg
Cutting depth 22mm
Disc bore 10mm
Maximum cutting capacity 22.2mm
Model WX424

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