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B&Q ANGLE GRINDER, MAC ALLISTER 750W 220-240V 115MM - £15.00

£15.00 @ B&Q
OK for the odd job and with 2 years warranty got to be worth a punt at £15 (was £25) Online and instore and picked one up today at Trafford. Mine came with a grinding disc in the box. Reserve online… Read More
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OK for the odd job and with 2 years warranty got to be worth a punt at £15 (was £25)
Online and instore and picked one up today at Trafford.
Mine came with a grinding disc in the box.
Reserve online click & collect or £5 for home delivery.

Product Information

No load speed: 11000 rpm
Takes 115mm diameter x 22.23mm bore cutting discs
Spindle fitting: M14
Supplied with a 3m cable, 2 position side handle and 1x auxiliary handle, 1x grinding disc, 2x safety guard & 1x wrench
Features and Benefits

Tool-free guard adjustment
Spindle lock
Guarantee - 2 years
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1 Like #1
perfect, just what I need for grinding the edge off an uneven patio slab. cheers op
#2
I was in b and q yesterday and almost bought one...but I've got dozens of 125mm discs so had to go to Argos for their £33 125 grinder :(

Edited By: worthinger on Jun 08, 2017 08:52
#3
Was just about to post this. My grinder is packing up and B&Q don't sell the replacement brushes (plus its discontinued now). Saw these for £25 quid a few days ago but this morning down to £15 so grabbed two. One for cutting and one for grinding! ;)

Bargain...
#4
Can this be used to trim the bottom of a wooden door?
1 Like #5
stingyguji
Can this be used to trim the bottom of a wooden door?
Err - not recommended! oO

You probably need a 'vibrating multi-tool' thingy, or take the door off and use a plane.
1 Like #6
These are great! I cut a car up with one of these and i still use it for other little jobs... im off to get another 2!
1 Like #7
Nice! I was looking for a birthday gift for my dad
#8
worthinger
I was in b and q yesterday and almost bought one...but I've got dozens of 125mm discs so had to go to Argos for their £33 125 grinder :(


You could use this without the guards.
1 Like #9
Got one of these recently to do a couple of jobs around the house. It worked well although the guards tend to work themselves loose.
#10
can this be used to cut a hardened steel padlock ?
before people go on lol i lost the key and need it opened about gave up searching for the key didn't want to break the lock but have no choice
#11
j41sal
can this be used to cut a hardened steel padlock ?
before people go on lol i lost the key and need it opened about gave up searching for the key didn't want to break the lock but have no choice

Yes
1 Like #12
That looks like a great deal.
I already have two angle grinders, do I really need another one???
#13
dazza99
j41sal
can this be used to cut a hardened steel padlock ?
before people go on lol i lost the key and need it opened about gave up searching for the key didn't want to break the lock but have no choice
Yes


great thanks :)
#14
dazza99
j41sal
can this be used to cut a hardened steel padlock ?
before people go on lol i lost the key and need it opened about gave up searching for the key didn't want to break the lock but have no choice
Yes


is there any dics i need to use for this ? or the one supplied is enough ?

thanks
1 Like #15
j41sal
dazza99
j41sal
can this be used to cut a hardened steel padlock ?
before people go on lol i lost the key and need it opened about gave up searching for the key didn't want to break the lock but have no choice
Yes
is there any dics i need to use for this ? or the one supplied is enough ?
thanks

Using dics would be a disaster oO
#16
asaph22
j41sal
dazza99
j41sal
can this be used to cut a hardened steel padlock ?
before people go on lol i lost the key and need it opened about gave up searching for the key didn't want to break the lock but have no choice
Yes
is there any dics i need to use for this ? or the one supplied is enough ?
thanks
Using dics would be a disaster oO


any other suggestion ?

its an amtech padlock if that helps
#17
j41sal
asaph22
j41sal
dazza99
j41sal
can this be used to cut a hardened steel padlock ?
before people go on lol i lost the key and need it opened about gave up searching for the key didn't want to break the lock but have no choice
Yes
is there any dics i need to use for this ? or the one supplied is enough ?
thanks
Using dics would be a disaster oO


any other suggestion ?

its an amtech padlock if that helps


Cutting discs supplied would be fine. If any dics are supplied, maybe return the product, they wouldn't do the job and are likely to get sore before any real cutting takes place ;):p
#18
tobyfoley
j41sal
asaph22
j41sal
dazza99
j41sal
can this be used to cut a hardened steel padlock ?
before people go on lol i lost the key and need it opened about gave up searching for the key didn't want to break the lock but have no choice
Yes
is there any dics i need to use for this ? or the one supplied is enough ?
thanks
Using dics would be a disaster oO
any other suggestion ?
its an amtech padlock if that helps
Cutting discs supplied would be fine. If any dics are supplied, maybe return the product, they wouldn't do the job and are likely to get sore before any real cutting takes place ;):p
Are u saying the supplied dics are not hard enough for the grinding?
1 Like #19
grandoldchap
tobyfoley
j41sal
asaph22
j41sal
dazza99
j41sal
can this be used to cut a hardened steel padlock ?
before people go on lol i lost the key and need it opened about gave up searching for the key didn't want to break the lock but have no choice
Yes
is there any dics i need to use for this ? or the one supplied is enough ?
thanks
Using dics would be a disaster oO
any other suggestion ?
its an amtech padlock if that helps
Cutting discs supplied would be fine. If any dics are supplied, maybe return the product, they wouldn't do the job and are likely to get sore before any real cutting takes place ;):p
Are u saying the supplied dics are not hard enough for the grinding?


While some dics are harder than others, on the hole they may not be suitable. Risk of injury may occur.
banned 2 Likes #20
grandoldchap
Are u saying the supplied dics are not hard enough for the grinding?


They are having a joke here about the misspelling of discs as dics there will be nothing wrong with the supplied grinding disc. I had to make an account to put this poor guy out of his misery.
1 Like #21
Darzen
worthinger
I was in b and q yesterday and almost bought one...but I've got dozens of 125mm discs so had to go to Argos for their £33 125 grinder :(

You could use this without the guards.

Guards are fitted for a reason Only an idiot would remove a safety device from a power tool.
#22
j41sal
can this be used to cut a hardened steel padlock ?
before people go on lol i lost the key and need it opened about gave up searching for the key didn't want to break the lock but have no choice

Yes but issue could be stopping the padlock from moving violently whilst you are hacking through it. Might need to use some strong string or wire to anchor the lock to something solid.
#23
If it's a brass bodied padlock, cut that straight down the middle... rather than the shackle, unless the shackle is more than 10mm the supplied disk will cut it, no need to buy another disk.
1 Like #24
RoosterNo1
If it's a brass bodied padlock, cut that straight down the middle... rather than the shackle, unless the shackle is more than 10mm the supplied disk will cut it, no need to buy another disk.
http://amtechdiy.com/wp-content/uploads/T0730-5.jpg


Edited By: j41sal on Jun 08, 2017 12:12
#25
j41sal
RoosterNo1
If it's a brass bodied padlock, cut that straight down the middle... rather than the shackle, unless the shackle is more than 10mm the supplied disk will cut it, no need to buy another disk.
http://amtechdiy.com/wp-content/uploads/T0730-5.jpg

Pick it and change the core if you lost the key

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOKx0cuapTQ

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jun 08, 2017 12:25
#26
jayjayuk1234
j41sal
RoosterNo1
If it's a brass bodied padlock, cut that straight down the middle... rather than the shackle, unless the shackle is more than 10mm the supplied disk will cut it, no need to buy another disk.
http://amtechdiy.com/wp-content/uploads/T0730-5.jpg
Pick it and change the core if you lost the keyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOKx0cuapTQ

Thanks for the link. What's the picker called as it doesn't come in the standard picking tools set.

Thanks again
#27
jbrown3580
Darzen
worthinger
I was in b and q yesterday and almost bought one...but I've got dozens of 125mm discs so had to go to Argos for their £33 125 grinder :(

You could use this without the guards.

Guards are fitted for a reason Only an idiot would remove a safety device from a power tool.


Or by someone who knows what they're doing. I remove the guards on all my disc cutters if they get in the way. In corners etc.
#28
Darzen
jbrown3580
Darzen
worthinger
I was in b and q yesterday and almost bought one...but I've got dozens of 125mm discs so had to go to Argos for their £33 125 grinder :(
You could use this without the guards.
Guards are fitted for a reason Only an idiot would remove a safety device from a power tool.
Or by someone who knows what they're doing. I remove the guards on all my disc cutters if they get in the way. In corners etc.

A grinder can kick up, even if you're an expert...
#29
shim it, and save the cost of a grinder.... YouTube
1 Like #30
I got one when they were on 2 for £30. Good little Grinder, I used it for chasing out walls for a re-wire.
#31
j41sal
jayjayuk1234
j41sal
RoosterNo1
If it's a brass bodied padlock, cut that straight down the middle... rather than the shackle, unless the shackle is more than 10mm the supplied disk will cut it, no need to buy another disk.
http://amtechdiy.com/wp-content/uploads/T0730-5.jpg
Pick it and change the core if you lost the keyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOKx0cuapTQ
Thanks for the link. What's the picker called as it doesn't come in the standard picking tools set.
Thanks again

Those are 'Tubular Lockpicks'
banned 1 Like #32
I have this. Hot

Its lasted 8 years so far
#33
jayjayuk1234
j41sal
jayjayuk1234
j41sal
RoosterNo1
If it's a brass bodied padlock, cut that straight down the middle... rather than the shackle, unless the shackle is more than 10mm the supplied disk will cut it, no need to buy another disk.
http://amtechdiy.com/wp-content/uploads/T0730-5.jpg
Pick it and change the core if you lost the keyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOKx0cuapTQ
Thanks for the link. What's the picker called as it doesn't come in the standard picking tools set.
Thanks again
Those are 'Tubular Lockpicks'
Thanks. Seems there's a few sizes 7mm to 10mm.and has to be correct. Costs are around the same or little less. Plus i never tried these. Did pick my house door as a trial 5 years ago and was very easy
#34
j41sal
jayjayuk1234
j41sal
jayjayuk1234
j41sal
RoosterNo1
If it's a brass bodied padlock, cut that straight down the middle... rather than the shackle, unless the shackle is more than 10mm the supplied disk will cut it, no need to buy another disk.
http://amtechdiy.com/wp-content/uploads/T0730-5.jpg
Pick it and change the core if you lost the keyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOKx0cuapTQ
Thanks for the link. What's the picker called as it doesn't come in the standard picking tools set.
Thanks again
Those are 'Tubular Lockpicks'
Thanks. Seems there's a few sizes 7mm to 10mm.and has to be correct. Costs are around the same or little less. Plus i never tried these. Did pick my house door as a trial 5 years ago and was very easy

You could ask the guy in the you tube vid for the correct size?
#35
dazza99
j41sal
can this be used to cut a hardened steel padlock ?
before people go on lol i lost the key and need it opened about gave up searching for the key didn't want to break the lock but have no choice

Yes


yes
#36
To cut metal use the thin cutting discs , usually labelled for stainless ~£1.
The old-style thicker discs are rubbish in comparison.
1 Like #37
Handy for the collection of tools, never know when it will be needed. Heat added
#38
zzzz
To cut metal use the thin cutting discs , usually labelled for stainless ~£1.
The old-style thicker discs are rubbish in comparison.


I don't think I'm a pro with picking and no time lol. Do you have link for the grinder?



Im
#39
Darzen
worthinger
I was in b and q yesterday and almost bought one...but I've got dozens of 125mm discs so had to go to Argos for their £33 125 grinder :(
You could use this without the guards.

No, with these short handled ones the disc gets a little too close to your knuckles without a guard.
1 Like #40
Darzen
jbrown3580
Darzen
worthinger
I was in b and q yesterday and almost bought one...but I've got dozens of 125mm discs so had to go to Argos for their £33 125 grinder :(
You could use this without the guards.
Guards are fitted for a reason Only an idiot would remove a safety device from a power tool.
Or by someone who knows what they're doing. I remove the guards on all my disc cutters if they get in the way. In corners etc.
Anyone that knows what they are doing would leave the guard on.

It not only stops your hand coming into contact with a spinning blade but directs hot sparks away from your hand and in the case of breakage may direct blade fragments away from your face.

I use grinders daily, and it's easy to have a momentary loss in concentration or kick back. If your using a 1mm Knox disc then your fingers are gone.

If your doing it in your employment then good luck, seen people sacked for much less.

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