PARKSIDE 750W Electric Planer £24.99 from 16/3/2017 @ Lidl - HotUKDeals
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PARKSIDE 750W Electric Planer £24.99 from 16/3/2017 @ Lidl

£24.99 @ LIDL
With high-quality carbide blade and 3 grooves of varying depths Guiding handle with variable shaving depth setting Shaving ejection with powerful blower and adjustable direction Include… Read More
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With high-quality carbide blade and 3 grooves of varying depths
Guiding handle with variable shaving depth setting
Shaving ejection with powerful blower and adjustable direction
Includes parallel guide, rebating guide, open-end spanner, hex key and adaptor for external dust extraction
Cable length (m): 3
3 year warranty
750W

Technical specifications:
Rated power: approx. 750 watts
Idle speed: n₀ 13000 min-1
Working width: approx. 82 mm
Depth: approx. 0-3 mm
Folding depth: maximum 24 mm
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#1
Oh look, it's time to post lidls normal price second rate diy tools again.
Maximum heat gained for no other reason than 'lidl' or 'aldi' being in the title.
#2
lol victor meldrew.
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fireman1
Oh look, it's time to post lidls normal price second rate diy tools again.
Maximum heat gained for no other reason than 'lidl' or 'aldi' being in the title.

My research showed that it wasn't the normal price. It normally is £29.99.

It also on the continent it sells for 39.99 euro, which when converted to GBP would put the price at £34.97.

This to me looks like a good price compared to what it is normally.

Perhaps you can point us all to better quality kit for similar price.

I'm far from chasing heat, look at the 60+ deals Ive posted - they were things which I thought others may find useful. But then I see you have far more experience in contributing to a community having posted 2 deals in 6 years...
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fireman1
Oh look, it's time to post lidls normal price second rate diy tools again.
Maximum heat gained for no other reason than 'lidl' or 'aldi' being in the title.
Have you ever used any Parkside tools fireman1? I have quite a few and although they may not be Dewalt standard they certainly beat your average cheap power tool for quality and also come with a 3 year guarantee.
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ascen
fireman1
Oh look, it's time to post lidls normal price second rate diy tools again.
Maximum heat gained for no other reason than 'lidl' or 'aldi' being in the title.

My research showed that it wasn't the normal price. It normally is £29.99.

It also on the continent it sells for 39.99 euro, which when converted to GBP would put the price at £34.97.

This to me looks like a good price compared to what it is normally.

Perhaps you can point us all to better quality kit for similar price.

I'm far from chasing heat, look at the 60+ deals Ive posted - they were things which I thought others may find useful. But then I see you have far more experience in contributing to a community having posted 2 deals in 6 years...

If its £24.99 at lidl then £24.99 is the normal price when it's in lidl.
I can't point you to better quality at this price because good quality and this price will never go together.
I didn't say you were chasing heat, I said anything posted with lidl or aldi on here gets heat regardless of quality. But now you mention it why didn't you just post lidls power tools week in one post then.
A professional carpenter would never turn up with lidl tools for a reason. And a 'good enough for diy' mentality is just accepting that the job will be rubbish anyway. A 3 year warranty does not make a good product, it makes a good marketing practice.
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fireman1
ascen
fireman1
Oh look, it's time to post lidls normal price second rate diy tools again.
Maximum heat gained for no other reason than 'lidl' or 'aldi' being in the title.
My research showed that it wasn't the normal price. It normally is £29.99.
It also on the continent it sells for 39.99 euro, which when converted to GBP would put the price at £34.97.
This to me looks like a good price compared to what it is normally.
Perhaps you can point us all to better quality kit for similar price.
I'm far from chasing heat, look at the 60+ deals Ive posted - they were things which I thought others may find useful. But then I see you have far more experience in contributing to a community having posted 2 deals in 6 years...
If its £24.99 at lidl then £24.99 is the normal price when it's in lidl.
As I said, a quick google shows the normal price being 29.99 rather than 24.99. I also showed a second piece of evidence that this price is good when compared to what it is sold for over on the continent. You want more?

fireman1

I can't point you to better quality at this price because good quality and this price will never go together.

We are talking about a relative comparison within a reasonable budget. I see you have high standards in your planers and a much higher budget, but not everyone is the same as you. Enjoy your more significantly more expensive planer with "good quality" - I will be happy with my £24.99 planer and its' average quality that I use once or twice on something that no one else will ever see.

fireman1

I didn't say you were chasing heat, I said anything posted with lidl or aldi on here gets heat regardless of quality. But now you mention it why didn't you just post lidls power tools week in one post then.

A tiresome and weak deflection technique. But to answer your question: because the two items I posted for where the only two I thought were deals.


fireman1

A professional carpenter would never turn up with lidl tools for a reason. And a 'good enough for diy' mentality is just accepting that the job will be rubbish anyway. A 3 year warranty does not make a good product, it makes a good marketing practice.

Not everyone wants to spend £400 on a metabo planer for a simple one off job. Perhaps you're the wrong audience for this deal or even this website. 4chan seems to suit your disposition and attitude better.
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fireman1
Oh look, it's time to post lidls normal price second rate diy tools again.
Maximum heat gained for no other reason than 'lidl' or 'aldi' being in the title.
Oh look, it's time to post a stupid useless comment. Stick with Makita, oh no! You probably cannot afford them because you are a Fireman or purport to be. Parkside Tools are fantastic value and have served me very well over a decade. I hope you are a Fireman and receive maximum heat soon.

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