Mini Circular Saw, ENVENTOR 705W 3500RPM Compact Electric Saw with Laser Guide, 6 Blades(115mm), Max Cutting Depth 42.8mm(90°), 28mm(45°), Mini Saw for Wood, Soft Metal, Tile, Plastic Corded


Mini Circular Saw
Compact Electric Saw
Compact Electric Saw


Weight: 3.83 kg
Dimensions: 42.2 x 26.7 x 13.4 cm; 3.83 Kilograms
Manufacture: Enventor

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38 Responses

  1. HarlanGIYW says:

     United Kingdom

    This saw is quite bulky, so not super-easy to use single handed. But it does the job, though I found it struggled with thick pieces of wood, and created some burned cuts. The suction attachment is total rubbish, and collapsed the first time I hooked it up to a vacuum cleaner. But it’s versatile, and works pretty well for what I need, so I’d recommend it.

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is the second one of this saw that I bought. The reason was that the first machine did not work, the motor went but did not connect to the saw blade. I had to return it and get the second one. This I have used a few times, the laser gives an accurate guide as to where the cutting blade is going to go. I use it as a DIY’er and think it a reasonable price for the saw.

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Really good bit of kit nice and light and a nice clean cut really impressive for the price

  4. KendallHarrell says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    I tested the laser cutter as a middle-aged woman.
    I thought it would be a lot harder and more complicated to use.
    It was a pleasant surprise for me.
    There are different types of heads in the box for cutting different surfaces.
    This conductive surface is very good, this is the laser part because it minimizes the possibility of misleading.
    I admit it takes a little practice and dexterity for someone who has never used one before.
    But if you practice on a waste tree like I did, then it will go easy.
    I think this product covers the price it represents.

    I’m happy with it, so I recommend it!

    Thanks for reading my review, I hope you found it helpful.
    XO Sue

    It is easy to learn to use

  5. MyraCrombie says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersThis is a good little saw, but unfortunately the laser guide failed after about half an hour. Enventor were quick to respond to my complaint, but say that the laser unit cannot be replaced, which was what I had hoped for. As I am otherwise pleased with the saw I have accepted their offer of a discount on the price: it is perfectly usable without the laser guide.
    UPDATE Without my making any further demands, Customer Service quickly responded to my acceptance of the discount by sending me a replacement saw, which I am very happy to have. For my purposes (I am an elderly amateur) it is ideal: not too heavy, easy to use safely and adaptable to different types of cut and material. I would have settled for it without the laser, but admit that that is a great help in getting a straight cut. On these grounds, and on the basis of the customer service, I would rate it as 5 star.

  6. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    It’s a good quality build, and works as you would expect it to.
    Plenty of blades. The spec says that the blades are 115 X 10 hole,
    Although when I micrometered it up, I found this was 9.5mm, which means that other saw blades on line will fit. If any more are needed.
    It looks good, works well, I can’t grumble about it or the price.
    Very pleased.

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    A very easy saw to use the delivery was very quick and would recommend to any one a good tool at a good price.

  8. jean says:

     United Kingdom

    A very easy saw to use the delivery was very quick and would recommend to any one a good tool at a good price.

  9. SadyeXGKSakgkm says:

     United Kingdom

    Cut very well easy to set up and Ed enough to hold with place to attach a handle at the side.

  10. Tara Burnett says:

     United Kingdom

    Cut very well easy to set up and Ed enough to hold with place to attach a handle at the side.

  11. JeffersonG54 says:

     United Kingdom

    I am doing some general renovations at home and this included repairing some drawers in an old desk. I am replacing the runners and needed some grooves cutting in to the sides of the drawers to locate the runners. This mini saw did the job accurately and quickly. It will be used for a number of projects in future where my larger electric saws, and hand saws, will not do.
    My first impression is that it works well, should be perfect for my needs, and was delivered quickly. It seems good value for money too.

  12. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I am doing some general renovations at home and this included repairing some drawers in an old desk. I am replacing the runners and needed some grooves cutting in to the sides of the drawers to locate the runners. This mini saw did the job accurately and quickly. It will be used for a number of projects in future where my larger electric saws, and hand saws, will not do.
    My first impression is that it works well, should be perfect for my needs, and was delivered quickly. It seems good value for money too.

  13. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    To be honest, since I own a full size circular saw, it wouldn’t have occurred to me to get one of these, but I’m glad I did. There are so many jobs around the house for which a full size saw is over the top — in fact this smaller saw would have made a much better job of cutting the plastic cladding for my conservatory roof than the bigger one.
    It’s now replaced my angle grinder as my go to tool for smaller scale work:
    > cutting tiles
    > skirting
    > laminate boards,
    > general sawing
    and so on.
    The only time I’d get the bigger tool out would be for a large scale wood working project (by my standards) – for example decking or large board cutting/handling of doors.
    The rest of the time, this little unit gets the job done perfectly.

  14. MarshalWinkler says:

     United Kingdom

    To be honest, since I own a full size circular saw, it wouldn’t have occurred to me to get one of these, but I’m glad I did. There are so many jobs around the house for which a full size saw is over the top — in fact this smaller saw would have made a much better job of cutting the plastic cladding for my conservatory roof than the bigger one.
    It’s now replaced my angle grinder as my go to tool for smaller scale work:
    > cutting tiles
    > skirting
    > laminate boards,
    > general sawing
    and so on.
    The only time I’d get the bigger tool out would be for a large scale wood working project (by my standards) – for example decking or large board cutting/handling of doors.
    The rest of the time, this little unit gets the job done perfectly.

  15. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    This initially it’s a good size saw, very easy to use and adapt to, however the fact that is small, makes it a bit weak in some aspects when it comes to cutting. Overall it’s great for small jobs in the garden, you can’t expect to do anything big but definitely useful, it is a bit pricey so, I don’t know if it’s worth putting a bit more money and getting a better one, I guess if you can’t this will do. I do recommend it I give it 4 starts.

  16. RussSikesentk says:

     United Kingdom

    Mini Circular Saw, ENVENTOR 705W 3500RPM Compact Electric Saw with Laser Guide, 6 Blades(115mm), Max Cutting Depth 42.8mm(90), 28mm(45), Mini Saw for Wood, Soft Metal, Tile, Plastic Corded is currently at the price of 49.99 (with an extra 10 off voucher) including next day quick delivery and 30 day free returns if anything goes wrong with the product.
    I got this saw for my father who is a bit of a handyman and likes to do his own projects around the house.
    The saw comes with 6 blades that are used for different types of materials such as wood, metal, plastic or even tiles. It is pretty easy to use and to change the blades – my father had no issue with it and he didn’t even have to look in the instruction.
    He is very happy with the quality and performance of this saw, and have not said that he had any issues with it, so I think it is defiantly a good choice.

    Nice gift for a handyma

  17. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    I’ve been thinking to get a mini circular saw for my husband, for it’s a great choice when working in tight or compact spaces in the house. Though the blade needs to be fitted when the first time you use it, it’s very easy to fit and change the blade. The mini circular is well built and comfortable to use, my husband did the wooden flooring in our bedroom and it handled most of the cuts. It’s the first time he used a circular saw and he said it’s easy to use and the laser guide is great for getting a precision cut. It’s well worth it to get a decent mini circular saw for less than 60. Highly recommend.

    Great for home use

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve been thinking to get a mini circular saw for my husband, for it’s a great choice when working in tight or compact spaces in the house. Though the blade needs to be fitted when the first time you use it, it’s very easy to fit and change the blade. The mini circular is well built and comfortable to use, my husband did the wooden flooring in our bedroom and it handled most of the cuts. It’s the first time he used a circular saw and he said it’s easy to use and the laser guide is great for getting a precision cut. It’s well worth it to get a decent mini circular saw for less than 60. Highly recommend.

    Great for home use

  19. JoniR07poytk says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    This beautiful machine is like a woman, in fact she is my latest girlfriend.

    I’m loving making use of this machine like a man in love.

    It is extremely easy to operate with one hand, it is small enough for it to be used with one hand comfortably, besides having the ability to laminate large enough for most of the work I need to do in my garage.

    Besides, this beautiful girl comes with 6 blades, allowing me to cut wood, metal or ceramic tile. If this were a woman it would be an octopus woman, LOL .

    This girl’s pack contained 1 Mini Circular Saw, 6 Blades (2x115mm 24T Carbide Blade, 2x115mm 60T HSS Blade, 2x115mm Diamond Blades), 1 Wrench, 1 Rip Guide, 1 Dust Collection Hose, and the User Manual.

    All a man needs to keep himself busy.

  20. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Edit – I have now managed to attach the blade – brute strength was all that was needed! It felt like it would snap but I just kept pushing and eventually there was a loud crack and it worked! I’ll add a new video when I’ve tested it

    So. Following the instructions- hold down spindle lock, use Allen key turn clockwise to engage lock (that bit wirks) carry on turning and undo the blade screw. Well no amount of turning can loosen the screw!! As you can see in the video The Allen key just bends! I’ve had several elope try it and no one can undo it. So I can’t put in a blade

    When plugged in it feels like it would have a lot of power. I like that it can do plunge cuts and has a laser for straight lines. I planned to make frames with it but I think I need to find a body builder and some kind of indestructible Allen key to undo it!

  21. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This beautiful machine is like a woman, in fact she is my latest girlfriend.

    I’m loving making use of this machine like a man in love.

    It is extremely easy to operate with one hand, it is small enough for it to be used with one hand comfortably, besides having the ability to laminate large enough for most of the work I need to do in my garage.

    Besides, this beautiful girl comes with 6 blades, allowing me to cut wood, metal or ceramic tile. If this were a woman it would be an octopus woman, LOL .

    This girl’s pack contained 1 Mini Circular Saw, 6 Blades (2x115mm 24T Carbide Blade, 2x115mm 60T HSS Blade, 2x115mm Diamond Blades), 1 Wrench, 1 Rip Guide, 1 Dust Collection Hose, and the User Manual.

    All a man needs to keep himself busy.

  22. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Edit – I have now managed to attach the blade – brute strength was all that was needed! It felt like it would snap but I just kept pushing and eventually there was a loud crack and it worked! I’ll add a new video when I’ve tested it

    So. Following the instructions- hold down spindle lock, use Allen key turn clockwise to engage lock (that bit wirks) carry on turning and undo the blade screw. Well no amount of turning can loosen the screw!! As you can see in the video The Allen key just bends! I’ve had several elope try it and no one can undo it. So I can’t put in a blade

    When plugged in it feels like it would have a lot of power. I like that it can do plunge cuts and has a laser for straight lines. I planned to make frames with it but I think I need to find a body builder and some kind of indestructible Allen key to undo it!

  23. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Came well packaged and presented. It seems well made and so far has worked well. One point it says one handed control, I have fairly small hands and do find a side handle also would make it much easier to use

  24. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Came well packaged and presented. It seems well made and so far has worked well. One point it says one handed control, I have fairly small hands and do find a side handle also would make it much easier to use

  25. Hermine68V says:

     United Kingdom

    Not pro by any stretch but a very capable for non taxing work. No complains. Eats through 12mm Ply and MDF well enough that you won’t feel like you need a bigger circular saw. Be sensible with expectations and it probably won’t disappoint.

  26. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Not pro by any stretch but a very capable for non taxing work. No complains. Eats through 12mm Ply and MDF well enough that you won’t feel like you need a bigger circular saw. Be sensible with expectations and it probably won’t disappoint.

  27. Alex Yarde says:

     United Kingdom

    Brilliant little piece of kit.
    Due to the size it’s best for smaller jobs.
    It’s hand held..
    It’s nicely weighted
    It has a laser line to see where you’re cutting.
    It has a dust extractor.
    It has an accuracy bar
    It has 2 of each blades. ( 2 60 tooth blades, 2 24 carbide blades, 2 60 grit diamond blades)
    Blade size 4.5 inches or 115mm.
    It’s plug in.
    For the money its a great piece of equipment. Great to transport, and easy to use for the novice.
    Recommended.
    .

    One saw suits all !!

  28. MackenzMotsinge says:

     United Kingdom

    I got this for my husband and it’s pretty good. The price is reasonable as it comes with a selection of blades, which lots of electric saws dont. There’s also a dust jose, and I forget what else, because he disappeared into the shed with it! I have used it myself, it’s easy to handle and reasonably lightweight. It does a fine job of everything I wanted, and the laser guide helped, but then he commandeered it, so playtime was at an end. It’s excellent for the money, though I don’t think it would necessarily tackle heavy jobs. But then, neither of us do anything much like that. It’s a good little workhorse for what it is.

  29. KerriOYCVxqm says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    This is a decent circular saw for the price (more expensive than some reviewers have said at 51.99). It comes with a handy set of 6 blades so you are ready to go straight away. It cuts well and true and feels powerful enough to cope with most cutting jobs. I would have preferred a cordless model as the power cable can be a bit of a nuisance when working and it also rules itself out of using it on site at work. A carry bag or moulded case would have been nice as it is cumbersome to store when not in use.

    It will see plenty of use at home though and the build quality, even though not a known brand, feels robust and should last well if looked after.

  30. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is a decent circular saw for the price (more expensive than some reviewers have said at 51.99). It comes with a handy set of 6 blades so you are ready to go straight away. It cuts well and true and feels powerful enough to cope with most cutting jobs. I would have preferred a cordless model as the power cable can be a bit of a nuisance when working and it also rules itself out of using it on site at work. A carry bag or moulded case would have been nice as it is cumbersome to store when not in use.

    It will see plenty of use at home though and the build quality, even though not a known brand, feels robust and should last well if looked after.

  31. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 8 From Our UsersThis was my first review which I have updated.
    The drive to the blade failed after a total cutting a length of less than 2m at a depth of 20mm.
    I think a similar issue was noted by another purchaser in the reviews.
    I have to say though that the cuts I did manage to make were accurate and very clean, it did cut through the wood very quickly.

    This is the update:
    Past experiences with faulty or defective goods had left me not really expecting too much from many suppliers using Amazon. However after talking with the Eventor Store team I now have a second mini saw.
    I was left with a good feeling about Eventor, they were very keen to help with my problem, I felt that they really care if you have a problem with your machine and will make the effort to ensure that you are left happy and that they can maintain a good reputation and rating.
    I do feel quite confident that if I have any problem with this replacement I can contact them and the problem will be resolved.
    I do stand by the assesment that I initially made that this is a good tool in it’s price range. The blade is as square to the frame on this one as the last so it will cut in a straight line and not veer off line. The blades themselves are as good quality as I have fitted in my full size evolution Rage circular saw.
    The gearbox probably won’t be any stronger but with this knowledge I’ll just ensure that if i’m doing any plunge cuts or cutting thicker material then I’ll take it much more gently. And if it does fail then I do feel that Eventor will provide a safety net or I could easily strip the gearbox to fit new retaining pins.

    So my rating goes up to 5 stars from one and that’s mostly based on Eventor Stores responses to me.
    The saw I’d give a strong 4 stars for functionality and accuracy in its construction.

  32. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 5 From Our UsersThis was my first review which I have updated.
    The drive to the blade failed after a total cutting a length of less than 2m at a depth of 20mm.
    I think a similar issue was noted by another purchaser in the reviews.
    I have to say though that the cuts I did manage to make were accurate and very clean, it did cut through the wood very quickly.

    This is the update:
    Past experiences with faulty or defective goods had left me not really expecting too much from many suppliers using Amazon. However after talking with the Eventor Store team I now have a second mini saw.
    I was left with a good feeling about Eventor, they were very keen to help with my problem, I felt that they really care if you have a problem with your machine and will make the effort to ensure that you are left happy and that they can maintain a good reputation and rating.
    I do feel quite confident that if I have any problem with this replacement I can contact them and the problem will be resolved.
    I do stand by the assesment that I initially made that this is a good tool in it’s price range. The blade is as square to the frame on this one as the last so it will cut in a straight line and not veer off line. The blades themselves are as good quality as I have fitted in my full size evolution Rage circular saw.
    The gearbox probably won’t be any stronger but with this knowledge I’ll just ensure that if i’m doing any plunge cuts or cutting thicker material then I’ll take it much more gently. And if it does fail then I do feel that Eventor will provide a safety net or I could easily strip the gearbox to fit new retaining pins.

    So my rating goes up to 5 stars from one and that’s mostly based on Eventor Stores responses to me.
    The saw I’d give a strong 4 stars for functionality and accuracy in its construction.

  33. NormandWarburto says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    This is a nice little circular saw. It makes a nice, clean cut and the laser guide on the top is useful. I will just mention that it arrives with the blade unfitted. I have a larger circular saw but so far I have never needed to change the blade.
    You need to read the instructions and fit the blade before you can use this, which might take you a few moments. The instructions are ok but not brilliant. You need to place the supplied allen key in the central spindle at the same time as pressing the black button on the opposite side of the saw. Then you need to turn the allen key clockwise quite hard, you need to give it a proper yank to loosen the nut. Then you can take the nut off with its flange but you leave the lower flange on the machine. You fit the blade on top of the lower flange, with the writing on the blade facing you. Then you need to replace the upper flange and screw the bolt on anticlockwise, and make sure you tighten sufficiently using the allen key and the same method you did to remove it. One fitted, the blade should turn smoothly and should not wobble.

  34. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is a nice little circular saw. It makes a nice, clean cut and the laser guide on the top is useful. I will just mention that it arrives with the blade unfitted. I have a larger circular saw but so far I have never needed to change the blade.
    You need to read the instructions and fit the blade before you can use this, which might take you a few moments. The instructions are ok but not brilliant. You need to place the supplied allen key in the central spindle at the same time as pressing the black button on the opposite side of the saw. Then you need to turn the allen key clockwise quite hard, you need to give it a proper yank to loosen the nut. Then you can take the nut off with its flange but you leave the lower flange on the machine. You fit the blade on top of the lower flange, with the writing on the blade facing you. Then you need to replace the upper flange and screw the bolt on anticlockwise, and make sure you tighten sufficiently using the allen key and the same method you did to remove it. One fitted, the blade should turn smoothly and should not wobble.

  35. Quentyn Kennemer says:

     United Kingdom

    You get a mini circular saw and 6 blades. I’d never heard of this brand name before, but things seem to be reasonably well built – probably enough for a casual DIY person.
    There are 6 blades. I tried it out on some wood, and am happy enough with the result. Ultimately, it’ll save me time and energy vs using a manual saw.

    At around 46 at time of review, I think that’s a decent price for a decent mini saw, good for the casual DIYer who doesn’t necessarily want to spend on a premium brand.

  36. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersLet me start by saying that I have never used a circular saw before, so I made a point of reading all of the instructions through once and then again, and then whilst attaching the circular saw teeth to the unit, checking out the laser, adjusting the level etc. You get in the box an instruction booklet, an Allen key, a gauge for smaller cuts, several circular saw discs, a dust collector tube, and the saw itself in a bright yellow and black colour. Actually regarding the level adjuster, you don’t have to adjust the level unless you are sawing at an angle. I used this saw on a level surface yesterday and saved myself so much time. I have always used either a manual saw or an electric saw, one that cuts like an ordinary saw, if you know what I mean. Using this circular saw I felt so much safer because it’s not an open ended blade in the normal sense. You obviously have to take the many precautions and as long as you do this you will be fine using this. I found the instructions to be quite comprehensive but just needed a bit more clarity, particularly when inserting the circular saw teeth. There is a button on the right hand side which the instructions refer to as a ‘lock button’ but it doesn’t say where the button is. So overall the instructions are pretty good, but pay real close attention. Also ensure that the saw teeth disc goes between the flanges and NOT under both flanges. To be fair the instructions do mention to place under the outer flange, just make sure you do. I had to read it twice once I took that area apart. I also wasn’t sure what to do with the teeth guard, do I move it whilst in operation or not? It’s simple when you realise the teeth are at the front moving forward, you only move the guard with the handle when inserting the teeth disc. Well I’m new to all this so I had to work it out for myself, even if it is common sense really. I hope the above helps someone else and saves a bit of hair pulling. Once I had tightened everything up at the circular teeth disc area with the accompanying Allen key I was ready to go. I was a bit reserved at first but after ensuring the saw disc was tight in place I felt a bit better. I attached the saw lead to an outside extension lead and put my eye protection and my mask on. I forgot I might need ear protection as well, as I found this saw quite noisy. Oh well you can’t have everything! I switched on the laser (a small button on the right hand side at the top) and although it was fair daylight, but not too bright I could see the pink thin beam quite well with my glasses on. I did have to squint at times to concentrate and keep the saw straight but it didn’t half help, it was great to have that assistance. I made the mistake of starting the drill up when it was touching the wood. That’s a NO NO and that was in the instructions as well! Naughty me! I stopped immediately and looked to see it wasn’t a great start. So I started the motor up away from the wood, actually it was dense wood-chip. I found the cutting bit to be quite smooth as I followed the pencil line I had made with the laser beam helping guide me along. The amount of saw dust coming off was tremendous. I didn’t use the dust tube that came with this at first but it did help when I started using it. Also accompanying the saw is a metal guide that you insert laterally to this unit for cutting wood up to a 5″width but I didn’t need it in this particular case. I found holding the chassis and pressing the two buttons, one on the left side (the safety button) and the larger one underneath to turn it on was a bit awkward at first and I was stood awkwardly to one side which isn’t easy but that’s just me, not the fault of this item. I think this is a great device to use and makes easy work at home. I forgot to mention that you also get three pairs of circular saw teeth discs, two of each type varying in number and size of teeth. Two for concrete would you believe. I used the black one as it looked the smaller size teeth for wood chip, but what do I know? There was no mention of discs in the instructions which would have instilled a bit more confidence. I tried to find put exactly what to use by looking online but didn’t find it. I imagine this device would be great for small to medium size jobs but for something really big I would probably have to get something meatier and up to the job. 5 stars for home use.

    An excellent easy to use and time saving device for home use, small to medium tasks.

  37. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This Enventor Mini circular saw works great. My husband used it to cut through plywood as he is building a tortoise table. He said it cut through smoothly and the laser light on it was great helping him to cut in a straight line.

    It is nice and compact. It Comes with six 4 1/2 inch blades for cutting, tiles, cement and soft metals.

    It’s quite heavy. You change the blades using the Wrench supplied. It also comes with a dust collector hose and Manual.

    My husband said it was worth the money and will be very handy in the future.

    Definitely recommend

    Works grea

  38. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    A really decent circular saw for the price around 45 at the time of my review with the discount voucher.

    Husband said it is very easy to use for the small jobs he would use it for both with wood and metal, comfortable to hold and not taxing on the hands in use. He is very happy with the results for the few outstanding diy jobs he did and said it more than halved the time if he had been using a manual saw to achieve the same results.

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