9.6V Cordless Precision Rotary Tool Kit £14.99 @ Lidl from the 19/04/2010 - HotUKDeals
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9.6V Cordless Precision Rotary Tool Kit £14.99 @ Lidl from the 19/04/2010

£14.99 @ LIDL
Just what I need as my old Challenge one packed up a few weeks ago. * Versatile tool for drilling, milling, engraving, polishing, cleaning, cutting and grinding * With 9.6V NiMH 1000 mAh rec… Read More
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
Just what I need as my old Challenge one packed up a few weeks ago.

* Versatile tool for drilling, milling, engraving, polishing, cleaning, cutting and grinding
* With 9.6V NiMH 1000 mAh rechargeable battery
* Variable speed (rpm): 5000 - 25,000
* Spindle lock button for easy attachment change
* Supplied with a 45-piece accessory set in a transparent storage case
* Includes robust storage case and charger
* Includes a wide range of attachments
* 3 year manufacturer's warranty
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#1
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#2
Thanks [si]mate :)

Plenty of things on the Lidl shopping list now :thumbsup:


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#3
Just sent back one to Aldi as it developed a fault, this one will be a whole lot better to do the dogs claws as no trailing wires
#4
Shambles
Thanks [si]mate :)

Plenty of things on the Lidl shopping list now :thumbsup:


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simplyjimbo
Just sent back one to Aldi as it developed a fault, this one will be a whole lot better to do the dogs claws as no trailing wires


I have a Westie and have ummed and r'd about trying something like this on her as she hates the normal clippers. Any tips/which tool to use for claws please?
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I have a Westie and have ummed and r'd about trying something like this on her as she hates the normal clippers. Any tips/which tool to use for claws please?


My dogs, plus myself, hate clippers too. I use the the rolls of sandpaper, you can see them in the lower left part of the picture below
http://img52.imageshack.us/img52/946/imgp7435grinderset.jpg

The grinding stones are too hard but the tubes / rolls of sandpaper are perfect. You can buy a tool called pedipaws in Pets at home but they cost about the same but have less other uses than these machines.

All you need to do is hold your dogs paw and claw and gently sand down the excess claw. Good thing about this is that you don't splinter the nail or cut the quick. BTW the pic is of a kit you buy from Aldi for about £5 but you can buy the sandpaper attachment on its own in most hardware stores.

BTW H&R left
#7
useful bit of kit voted hot.
#8
Heat n rep.
#9
simplyjimbo
My dogs, plus myself, hate clippers too. I use the the rolls of sandpaper, you can see them in the lower left part of the picture below
http://img52.imageshack.us/img52/946/imgp7435grinderset.jpg

The grinding stones are too hard but the tubes / rolls of sandpaper are perfect. You can buy a tool called pedipaws in Pets at home but they cost about the same but have less other uses than these machines.

All you need to do is hold your dogs paw and claw and gently sand down the excess claw. Good thing about this is that you don't splinter the nail or cut the quick. BTW the pic is of a kit you buy from Aldi for about £5 but you can buy the sandpaper attachment on its own in most hardware stores.

BTW H&R left


Thank you very much for that info. I will give it a go when I get the tool from Lidl. Have some rep yourself :thumbsup:
#10
I wonder if you can use it with the charger attached to it?
#11
wingz
I wonder if you can use it with the charger attached to it?


Simple answer, no.
#12
great tool n a real bargain , heat n rep!
#13
Is there anything in here for polishing scratches out of glass,,,?
#14
Just what i was looking for!
#15
simplyjimbo
My dogs, plus myself, hate clippers too. I use the the rolls of sandpaper, you can see them in the lower left part of the picture below
http://img52.imageshack.us/img52/946/imgp7435grinderset.jpg

The grinding stones are too hard but the tubes / rolls of sandpaper are perfect. You can buy a tool called pedipaws in Pets at home but they cost about the same but have less other uses than these machines.

All you need to do is hold your dogs paw and claw and gently sand down the excess claw. Good thing about this is that you don't splinter the nail or cut the quick. BTW the pic is of a kit you buy from Aldi for about £5 but you can buy the sandpaper attachment on its own in most hardware stores.

BTW H&R left


I did my Westies claws last night with one of these and a sand paper type tool, it was soooooooo much better, she was much more relaxed. Thank you again for the advice. :thumbsup:
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I did my Westies claws last night with one of these and a sand paper type tool, it was soooooooo much better, she was much more relaxed. Thank you again for the advice. :thumbsup:


Good to hear the tip worked for you both.:thumbsup:

Now for the DIY dental care tip....the brass wire brush is good for removing plaque....NOT!!!

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