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150mm Bench Grinder with Sanding Belt @aldi £19.99

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banned6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Dual-purpose system: keeps tools razor sharp for safer/easier use and sands down wood, metal and plastics to a super-smooth finish.

* 240W
* No load speed: 2950 rpm
* Belt size 50 x 686mm
* Includes 2 spare sanding belts (Grade: 240)
* Grinding disc (for metal): 150 x 20 x 12.7mm
* Abrasive grinding belt (fitted): 50 x 686mm (Grade: 150)
* 1.5m cable
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banned6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
That's a great price.

Now i just gotta find a cheap bench to nail it to :-)
banned#2
Bleary123
That's a great price.

Now i just gotta find a cheap bench to nail it to :-)


Just use the dining table, im sure the other half won't mind
#3
I'd let her do her fingernails on it...
banned#4
Bleary123
I'd let her do her fingernails on it...


A woman with freshly sharpened nails is a no no :thumbsup:


I would buy this to sharpen my wooden stakes on, in case she starts to nag again....
#5
..good price, voted hot, however consider buying a dremel drill, shedloads of attatchments, I use it for chainsaw teeth sharpening, mower blades, tricky fine work, removing grouting, cutting insulation boards, drilling wood, sharpening axes & billhooks, rust removal, cut outs for ceiling lights etc, cutting cement boards etc..

(Dremel are owned by Bosch, who also own skil-tools, so most if not all attachments for dremel fit the skil variant) ..you only need to go into a local diy store to get bits, ebay, or various competetive websites.

(I actually used this in my fireplace when fitting a woodstove in order to grind out lumpy cement in order to re-use the terracotta lining & obtain a better seal (job cost £2.90 in accy's) ..you simply find more stuff you can do with them, ..quite addictive & helpful for odd jobs
#6
Just remember to wear some safety goggles :thumbsup:




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#7
can you still get dremel bits? I went into a couple of stores for some sanding discs and they said that you can only buy the 150piece sets now.
#8
all over the place, try googling, my favourite though (unless theres a special deal on something elsewhere) is 3 x firms called ... Beesley's
... Lawsons
...David Hendry (google again)

All very competetive, I think i'll have to stick up a separate deal thread..
#9
I have one of these and find the sander side invaluable, fairly low powered and easy to push too hard and stall it, nevertheless it is a great bit of kit for the price. :thumbsup:
#10
What size sanding belts does this use? (I bought one but but it's not with me at the moment so I can't check myself!) ....anyone got one & know the belt size?
banned#11
HankMcSpank
What size sanding belts does this use? (I bought one but but it's not with me at the moment so I can't check myself!) ....anyone got one & know the belt size?


686mm x 50mm

plenty on ebay, seems to be a standard size

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