Cordless Tools 20V - Impact Driver £19.99 - Sabre Saw £29.99 - Angle Grinder £29.99 - Bare Units (3 Year Warranty) - 20v Li-Ion Battery + Charger £16.99 (3 Year Warranty) - LIDL (Parkside) - HotUKDeals
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Cordless Tools 20V - Impact Driver £19.99 - Sabre Saw £29.99 - Angle Grinder £29.99 - Bare Units (3 Year Warranty) - 20v Li-Ion Battery + Charger £16.99 (3 Year Warranty) - LIDL (Parkside)

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Lidl 20v Cordless Parkside Tools offerings from Thursday June 22nd: Impact Driver £19.99 - (18 Piece Parkside Wood and Masonry Drill Bit Set or 19 Piece Steel Drill Bit Set - £7.99) Sabre Saw £29.99 A… Read More
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1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago
Lidl 20v Cordless Parkside Tools offerings from Thursday June 22nd:
Impact Driver £19.99 - (18 Piece Parkside Wood and Masonry Drill Bit Set or 19 Piece Steel Drill Bit Set - £7.99)
Sabre Saw £29.99
Angle Grinder £29.99

Tools spec - See #7

All are Bare Units so If you already have Parkside 20v Batteries/Chargers from the last offering you don't need to purchase the 20v Li-Ion Battery + Charger for £16.99 - unless you require a spare (Compatible with ALL tools in the 20v Parkside Team)

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#1
How would you guys rate these for DIY? They'll get moderate work for about a year or so? Thinking about doubling up on some drills to get me by. Not expecting the world but cheaper than a makita kit :)
3 Likes #2
I have used some products heavily and so have some of my friends, only high praise!.

my parkside multi tool.did malfunction ( on/off switch) after a year or heavy use. which they refunded Immediatly no questions.
1 Like #3
I've bought 4 parkside units including a drill. Had them 1.5 years used quite a bit. Only thing that went wrong is one of the batteries died, otherwise I'm happy with them.
3 Likes #4
Got a corded sabre saw that has had a lot of use, it's a great piece of kit. My pressure washer is finally dying, but was kept outside for 4 years and used loads so can't moan. Just keep your receipt for the warranty, I had a toothbrush die after 2 1/2 years and they just sent me a new one after seeing a copy of the receipt.
#5
Bit cheeky calling them 20v, they're what everyone else calls 18v with 8 x 3.6v LiIon cells. On full charge they'll be over 20v, but that's not normally how these things are measured.

DeWalt do the same trick with their 18v kit in the US, but at least they describe them as "20v-Max".

I had the Parkside 10.8v (now 12v!) multitool. It was OK and impressed me with it's capabilities, but when I couldn't find a spare battery for it I bought a Bosch Blue on (for about four times the price) and it's a million miles better. Far more powerful and with a much longer lasting battery. Parkside stuff is good for the price, but don't expect anything like Makita or DeWalt quality.
1 Like #6
Dodge62
Bit cheeky calling them 20v, they're what everyone else calls 18v with 8 x 3.6v LiIon cells. On full charge they'll be over 20v, but that's not normally how these things are measured.DeWalt do the same trick with their 18v kit in the US, but at least they describe them as "20v-Max".I had the Parkside 10.8v (now 12v!) multitool. It was OK and impressed me with it's capabilities, but when I couldn't find a spare battery for it I bought a Bosch Blue on (for about four times the price) and it's a million miles better. Far more powerful and with a much longer lasting battery. Parkside stuff is good for the price, but don't expect anything like Makita or DeWalt quality.


I think you mean 5x 3.6v lithium ion cells which is an 18v battery, 8 would be 28.8v nominal.
#8
Being waiting ages for the impact driver to come up again.

Do they come with a case?
4 Likes #9
A cordless angle grinder for less than fouty quid.....
Why would anyone buy a bike?
#10
Baldieman64
A cordless angle grinder for less than fourty quid.....
Why would anyone buy a bike?
1 Like #11
Baldieman64
A cordless angle grinder for less than fouty quid.....
Why would anyone buy a bike?


Please delete. A funny post but it'll give some people ideas....
#12
Also worth a comment is that these lithium batteries are awesome (very slow discharge when not used) compared with the old metal hybrid ones that were always flat when you wanted to use it!
1 Like #13
The battery and charger is even cheaper, its actually £16.99
1 Like #14
OB1
Baldieman64
A cordless angle grinder for less than fouty quid.....
Why would anyone buy a bike?
Please delete. A funny post but it'll give some people ideas....
Anyone who is that suggestible probably can't read anyway......lighten up (_;)

Edited By: Baz8755 on Jun 15, 2017 20:19
#15
I bought the impact driver last year. It's a beast! Used many times driving big old screws no problems. Battery is tiny so I would get 2 for serious work. I actually bought 2 full units last year, even took them to work one day for a specific job that involved about 1000 M6 bolts. Saved me a whole days labour. They were 18v last year but from the picture they are exactly the same, I would bet the batteries would be interchangeable if you bought something else in the range last year.
1 Like #16
Great comments! Many thanks for the feedback. This thread represents the true heart and soul of the HUKD forums. Cheers :)
1 Like #17
my dad recently met a German who worked for Bosch, according to him they're (parkside) made at the same factory - wherever they're assembled, he didn't say
#18
reg66
my dad recently met a German who worked for Bosch, according to him they're (parkside) made at the same factory - wherever they're assembled, he didn't say

ive also heard in the past that parkside were made by bosch
#19
mosgas
The battery and charger is even cheaper, its actually £16.99
Thanks - I've updated the deal title

I can't remember Lidl selling the 20v battery/charger separately - There were always complaints that a battery/charger was included in the price for every Parkside 20v tool
They'll probably sell out of these before the tools on offer - as they're compatible with the previous Parkside 20v tools offerings
#20
SebGard
How would you guys rate these for DIY? They'll get moderate work for about a year or so? Thinking about doubling up on some drills to get me by. Not expecting the world but cheaper than a makita kit :)

I bought the impact driver about this time last year. Gave it some good hammering building a decking over the summer and it was spot on. Used it quite a bit since too and still working like new. It feels well made, solid build quality. Can't really comment on how it would cope with daily trade use though.
#21
Julie can you feed the dog before you go out x x
#22
it says these batteries are not compatible to previous models also does anyone know if another battery will fit eg bosch?
thanks
#23
when do the offers start?
#24
scoobytawazara
it says these batteries are not compatible to previous models also does anyone know if another battery will fit eg bosch?
thanks
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"Compatible with ALL tools in the Parkside 20v Team"


scoobytawazara
when do the offers start?
On Thursday June 22nd
1 Like #25
do I have to have them? no
will my life be worse if I don't buy them? no
will I buy them? yep
sometimes I hate hukd.
#26
Bought the impact drill the last time but battery has packed in.. do u need a receipt to get it replaced???
Will this 20v battery work on my old 18v version??
#27
Bought the impact drill the last time but battery has packed in.. do u need a receipt to get it replaced???
Will this 20v battery work on my old 18v version??
#28
polarbaba
I have used some products heavily and so have some of my friends, only high praise!.

my parkside multi tool.did malfunction ( on/off switch) after a year or heavy use. which they refunded Immediatly no questions.


Did you have to produce a receipt? My sds drill just shat itself and I've no receipt.
#29
In the same boat
#30
Baldieman64
A cordless angle grinder for less than fouty quid.....
Why would anyone buy a bike?
Baldieman64
A cordless angle grinder for less than fourty quid.....
Why would anyone buy a bike?

I love the fact that you posted a second time, just to correct your spelling of "forty", but still got it wrong :D
I like the joke though.
#31
OB1
Baldieman64
A cordless angle grinder for less than fouty quid.....
Why would anyone buy a bike?
Please delete. A funny post but it'll give some people ideas....
The bad people will have thought it long before I did - and if they're doing it regularly, the usual £150+ price tag isn't going to stop them nicking your bike, regardless of what you lock it up with.
One of the worst trick they get upto is cutting one of the hoop style bike stands at 3 in the morning and then taping over the cut with electrical tape. When someone locks their £1.000 bike to the hoop, they take off the tape twist the hoop, pop the bike in a van and replace the tape. All done in 20 seconds and ready for the next victim.
#32
andy2005morrell
Julie can you feed the dog before you go out x x


That poor hungry dog. I don't think Julie got the message....
#33
omg just checked lidl site to see the tool offers and you forgot to mention a plunge saw for £69.99 ... i hope i can get my hand on that!
#34
anyone know if i can put on a 19mm socket and remove a tyre using the impact driver?
#35
Answer to my own question above is yes you can using an adaptor

https://youtu.be/CnW5UVDS9xI
#36
Baldieman64
A cordless angle grinder for less than fouty quid.....
Why would anyone buy a bike?

I'll admit that took a minute, but in my defence, I haven't had my coffee yet.
#37
dmaster2000
omg just checked lidl site to see the tool offers and you forgot to mention a plunge saw for £69.99 ... i hope i can get my hand on that!

Easy Tiger is that how you lost your other hand, by putting it on a plunge saw? strong
1 Like #38
FATBOY78
ive also heard in the past that parkside were made by bosch

Parkside are sourced through Einhell, a low cost power tool importer based in Germany. It's the same factories also used by shop brands, and brands like Draper, Silverline etc. However that doesn't mean it's not made in the same factory as some Bosch tools as Bosch import many of their tools now but normally the lower end chinese tools are sold through their 'Skil' brand not Bosch but you do get some in their green tools range.

You can see many of the tools on the alibaba site although some are re-skinned (restyled plastic cases) to hide their origins.

They are perfectly fine tools and sometimes better than Bosch. There was an oscillating multi-tool made by Bosch that constantly failed due to a weak plastic part but the generic cheap versions sold under many brands were far more reliable which often cost a fraction of the Bosch multi-tool price.
#39
Can you buy the batteries on there own if so how much thanks
#40
agnostic
polarbaba
I have used some products heavily and so have some of my friends, only high praise!.

my parkside multi tool.did malfunction ( on/off switch) after a year or heavy use. which they refunded Immediatly no questions.


Did you have to produce a receipt? My sds drill just shat itself and I've no receipt.


I have lost a receipt previously, I called the customer hotline and explained when I purchased the product, they took down some details and provided a letter I could take in leiu of the receipt to the store for a refund.

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