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WORX WX530.9 EXACTRACK 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Circular Saw - BODY ONLY
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WORX WX530.9 EXACTRACK 18V (20V MAX) Cordless Circular Saw - BODY ONLY

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Chris101
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Seller is positec the manufacture and UK importer. I just got one of these a few weeks back for my birthday. Noticed there back on offer

This is a barebones saw so requires a battery and charger which you can buy or if you have worx tools you may have one already. A lot of tool companies do barebones so reduces cost to customer if you have some powertools the company do already

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The WORX EXACTRACK WX530.9 20V cordless circular saw has its own built in ‘easy Track’ guide rail edge following system. Turn any piece of straight material (wood, metal, or plastic) into the guide rail and lineo will follow the edge quickly, accurately and with ease without any additional attachments or accessories.

As well as the innovative ‘easy Track’ edging lineo uses a 165mm blade providing a maximum depth of cut of 55mm, and a bevel capacity of 0-50 degrees.

EXACTRACK is part of the WORX 20V Powershare range of DIY and garden tools that now has more than 30 different machines to choose from.

Please note that this is a bare unit, so the battery and charger are sold separately.

Patented lineo Design keeps the blade flush Against guide Track making straight cuts easier

Aluminium base for durability and prolonged life

Bevel cutting capacity from 0 to 50° in vertical cutting mode

Brake function ensures safety

Powershare 20V battery is interchangeable with other 20V WORX tools

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