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Energer ENB455CSW 185mm Circular Saw 220-240V (45917)

The Energer ENB455CSW 185mm 220-240V circular saw is comfortable to use and durable. The soft-grip handle makes working for long periods easy, and the steel base and guard help to keep wear and tear down while protecting the tool's vital components. Soft-start technology means the saw is protected from excess voltage during start-up, increasing its lifespan. The 24-tooth TCT blade can cut at a depth of up to 64mm, with an angle of up to 45°. A lock-off switch and spindle lock are also fitted to ensure safety during use.

  • 1300W
  • Max. Cut 64mm
  • 24-Tooth TCT Blade Included
  • Aluminium / Steel Base & Steel Guard
  • Lock-Off Switch
  • Soft Start
  • Spindle Lock

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£32.99INC VAT

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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 75 reviewers.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by A lot for a little A general purpose circular saw with all the features I needed. Includes a hole to attach a vacuum hose to collect dust, but how can this attach? 20 Aug 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Circular Saw It cuts straight if you let it do the work. Guide was acurate, but the extraction does not work well. I am sure there was more dust in the work shop than in the hoover bag. If you have not used one before have a look on line for informtion and do some test cuts to get used to it. Great machine for the price, if you cant face ripping a load of wood with a hand saw go get one. Low score for relaiabilty but not had it long enough to judge, and as a DIYer I wont be using it every day. 15 Aug 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Worth the dollar. I bought this to get a clean cut when installing my new kitchen. I only expected it to last for that, it's been my go to tool for months now. It is certainly worth the money. There are definitely better out there, but for the same price, you would expect less. Definitely a buy to treasure. Some cons: The guide bar is loose, don't rely on it too much! Dust extraction vent missing A suitable connector for vac. 22 Jul 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worth the money Cheap little tool worth every penny never gave any problems nice sharp blade cut everything I have had to so far without a problem 14 Jul 2016
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Dust collection

Hello. Can you tell me how to collect the saw dust that comes out of the saw please? Do I need to buy something ( and if so what and from where?). Many thanks.
17 Jul 2016
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Hello TTTTTt,

To collect the sawdust a suction device e.g. a vacuum cleaner, would nee to be attached/inserted into the dust extraction port.

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Answer: 
Hello Robed,

We can confirm that TCT does mean Tungsten Carbide Tipped.

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Answer: 
Hello TommyB1987,

There is a lock switch on the handle of the product. If you email online@screwfix.com we can send you a PDF copy of these instructions or refer to the file at the bottom of the specification table on the webpage.

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Motor brushes have worn out

If you can't supply them, do you have the specification / part number so I can try elsewhere?
15 Mar 2016
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Hi JSpence,

Unfortunately we are currently unable to supply these items. a brief web search will return many companies that make varying sizes of brushes one of which will fit this machine.

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Hello,

This product has a Parallel Guide and a Lock-off Switch which should serve the same purpose as the facilities you have mentioned.
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Specification
Blade Description TCT Blade Included
Blade Diameter 185 mm
Brand Energer
Carry Case/Bag Included No
Corded or Cordless Corded
Cutting Depth Capacity 64 mm
Disc Bore Size 30 mm
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
Model No ENB455CSW
Number of Teeth 24
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Power Output (Watts/Kw) 1300 W
Power Voltage Supply 220-240 V
Product Type Circular Saw
Switch Type Lock-Off Switch
Total Product Weight 3.9 kg

Blade dia. 185mm x 30mm bore. Bevel cuts 0-45°. Overall length 340mm. Weight 3.9kg.

Product contents

Energer ENB455CSW, TCT blade, hex key and parallel guide.

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