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I know its Argos own brand and you can get one for £20.00 from Wilkinsons, but this one comes with 217 accessories. I bought one today and thought I would be returning it after I had done what I needed to do today, but I was pleasantly surprised.

Apart from the instruction manual being as much use a man at a lesbian disco its actually a good bit of kit.
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#1
Got one, not fantastic quality, but even comes with a flexible shaft and drill "stand". - and it works quite well, used to drill a 3mm hole in a sheet of glass.
#2
Is this battery or mains operated?
#3
can i be that man in the disco
#4
olliehayman
Is this battery or mains operated?


Mains operated which actually helped today as I used it for around 4 hours non stop.
#5
greenfinger
Got one, not fantastic quality, but even comes with a flexible shaft and drill "stand". - and it works quite well, used to drill a 3mm hole in a sheet of glass.


The tools themselves seem OK so far but the box I must admit is a bit shocking trying to get the bits out can be a bit testing at times.
#6
recommended, although I have both the dremel & skil varient of this they are blooming useful for niggly jobs & where access is a scote! ..I used my dremel in my fireplace to get rid of lots of nuggets of concrete cement for a re-fit with a new stove, could not have done it with a full size, also the amount of kit you can gewt to polish, cut, sharpen is substatial, well impressed & wish i'd bought one years ago, just let em cool once they've been running without load, & also run them in without load for 10 minutes to seat the brushes.

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