Bosch PMF 190 E All-Rounder Multi Tool £50 b and q in store and online - HotUKDeals
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The Bosch PMF 190 E All-Rounder is unbelievably versatile - sawing, cutting and sanding all in one tool. Whether you are cutting pipes, sanding surfaces, scraping flexible joints or routing tile joints the All-Rounder can cater to all your needs. Best for: Sanding wood or old paint, shortening door frames when laying laminate flooring, grout removal and scraping.
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#1
Do you think this would cut through bone?
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89quidyoucantgowrong
Do you think this would cut through bone?

Yes. Ask me how I know oO
#3
Also, go in to the store tomorrow with your gran's Senior Diamond Card and get another £5 off.
#4
89quidyoucantgowrong
Do you think this would cut through bone?
I would say so. I'd recommend the diamond tip blade :)
#5
Brilliant piece of kit for sanding large surfaces
#6
Got the blue 250 version..superb!
#7
danielmaddox
89quidyoucantgowrong
Do you think this would cut through bone?
I would say so. I'd recommend the diamond tip blade :)

Wife loves diamonds 8)
#8
`89quidyoucantgowrong
Do you think this would cut through bone?


Yes. Ask me how I know` How do you know?
1 Like #9
Pls don't ask :/
#10
very handy tool :)
#11
Very good if you need to remove grout from in between tiles.
banned#12
Good tool for the price. [email protected] also have a black and decker multi tool which has some good features inclding fast tool free blade changes and 280 watts of power. This unit has 190 watts.
If you need replacement blades search ebay for sabrecut multi tool blades, great prices, range and quality. Much cheaper than original bosch blades. 10 blades for 15 pounds delivered.
#13
I got this from Amazon a year or so ago with the full "deluxe" set of attachments.
It is by far the most used bit of kit In my toolbox, brilliant. At this price it's a steal.
#14
Fantastic tool.. Bought mine from Amazon an few weeks ago for 50 notes too..
#15
Looking around in toolstation and the like, this is a great price, even draper and other budget brands are around £50.
#16
I got given the Fein multimaster a year or so ago and we just moved into our new house. I've never relied on a power tool more.
From scraping off 2 layers of old wood chip wall paper, small plunge cuts in doors for handles and rebates for hinges.
Even routeing cable around the sheds, Its the last tool that I'd give up.
This is a steal for the Bosch multi tool, and extra bits can be picked up cheap on fleabay...
#17
Cracking bit of kit, brilliant for tiling jobs - refining cut edges, removing grout, removing tiles from wall. Been invaluable and can get into a lot of places you have trouble swinging a saw around.

Also worth checking Saxton for blades for these, they do quite a few packs and the ones I have had since Christmas are all holding up fine:
http://www.saxtonblades.co.uk/fein-multimaster-bosch-saxton-compatible-blades-c29/mixed-blade-sets-s14

Edited By: bobbler on Jul 03, 2014 09:46
#18
Hot
#19
Beast of a tool, it slices, it dices, it cuts anything in two..
#20
Been waiting for one of these to come up. Just reserved one. Cheery Danny
HEAT ADDED.
#21
I need to cut tiles & wood, will this do it?
#22
I wasn't sure what the point of these were when I first got one - I think the way to think about it is like a miniature circular saw - but without the danger. Also good for sanding. wouldn't be without one now.
#23
masekwm
I need to cut tiles & wood, will this do it?
Short answer is yes but it's totally inefficient for anything other than small cuts. For tiles I've used a grinder with a diamond disc and a variable speed jigsaw with carbide blades ( for the curved cuts).
Otherwise it's a fantastic and very versatile tool and a must have for every DIY-er. Voted hot.
#24
Had one and it lasted 14mths around a new build - diy product, will not buy a green bosch again, the blue ones seem to last, I had a green bosch drill which packed in before 24mths
#25
itsjonboyok
Had one and it lasted 14mths around a new build - diy product, will not buy a green bosch again, the blue ones seem to last, I had a green bosch drill which packed in before 24mths

There are a number or reviews on Screwfix that complain of the short life of the blue model, though I believe you can register for a 3 year warranty. However, if you can find a blue one with the current deal for 10 extra blades, then it may be worth getting this higher model with a 3 year warranty.
http://www.bosch-professional.com/gb/en/promotions/the-gop-250-ce-professional-multi-cutter-our-professional-problem-1059849188/

Screwfix sell the blue one for £99.99, which is a good price; but I've contacted them, and they are not running the promotion.

Also, I'm wondering how these models compare to the Erbauer 240W Multicutter for £69.99, which is 250W and has an aluminium gearbox.
http://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-240w-multicutter-with-18-accessories-230v/62616
#26
bobbler
Cracking bit of kit, brilliant for tiling jobs - refining cut edges, removing grout, removing tiles from wall. Been invaluable and can get into a lot of places you have trouble swinging a saw around.

Also worth checking Saxton for blades for these, they do quite a few packs and the ones I have had since Christmas are all holding up fine:
http://www.saxtonblades.co.uk/fein-multimaster-bosch-saxton-compatible-blades-c29/mixed-blade-sets-s14

Use Saxton blades on my PMF 190. I second their quality as my set have held up well and are good value.
#27
Saxon have an ebay shop and the blades are a few pounds cheaper than their store.
#28
Don't forget quidco/tcb cashback!
#29
Crw
masekwm
I need to cut tiles & wood, will this do it?
Short answer is yes but it's totally inefficient for anything other than small cuts. For tiles I've used a grinder with a diamond disc and a variable speed jigsaw with carbide blades ( for the curved cuts).
Otherwise it's a fantastic and very versatile tool and a must have for every DIY-er. Voted hot.

If you want to even do a small cut on full bodied porcelain then all i'm going to say is good luck.
#30
Excellent price, better than the competition by some margin.

Benefit of these tools over rotary tools is that they throw out less dust!

Sorely tempted, but i think i'd rather pay more for a professional tool (e.g. DeWalt at £185) with a much more powerful motor, quick-release and many attachments included. These tools are invaluable and so the extra cost is easy to justify for my level of usage. For occasional use, you'll struggle to better this deal!

Heat added.
#31
On Amazon at £50 as well now. Have just ordered the Bosch Blue 250 version from ScrewFix for £99 though - seems to get excellent reviews.
banned#32
Bought yesterday morning fron b&q and took to a job in west end. I had to refix a loose tile as it was loose. This tool allowed me to remove grout and lift out with a sucker. I then cleaned up and fixed. This allowed me to do this without smashing the tile and I did not have to recut a new one.

Very good.
#33
Need one

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