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its back and a bit dearer
i rushed to my lidl's this morning hoping to get one
there were stacks
got one!!
and with my parkside driver a good kit for diy
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#1
Really useful tool. The blades wear quickly, but the Bosch ones fit, all be it at a price.
#2
yep, one of the best tools you can buy IMO , use it for loads of different things
#3
The lady in the advert looks as though she is just about to tidy her nails up with it.
#4
Does anyone know if these hold a good charge for long and would they be much use for cutting tiles with?

I just by a ryobi corded rotary tool today and whilst I know this one in Lidl isn't a rotary tool, it would essentially do the same wouldn't it - but does anyone actually have one who could give a review?

Thanks
#5
I know a lot of people prefer cordless, but I prefer corded for longer use. I have one of these which is great and only £29.99

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/7114700.htm
#6
iconcreative
Does anyone know if these hold a good charge for long and would they be much use for cutting tiles with?

I just by a ryobi corded rotary tool today and whilst I know this one in Lidl isn't a rotary tool, it would essentially do the same wouldn't it - but does anyone actually have one who could give a review?

Thanks

You really need corded for anything more than a couple of minutes of heavy cutting. Also the charge time is very slow.

I bought two of these, the first lasted about a month before failing, the second just over two years of fairly heavy usage. I previously had the Bosch green version which was no better or worse.
suspended#7
you guys say it is useful for a lot of things but can you give some examples?
#8
cutting pipe, cutting floorboards, backboards in kitchens,, kitchen waste , cutting openings in sheet metal, it does not spark like a rotary tool and can fit in small gaps

i have a mains one not sure how powerful this battery one would be, personally i would go for a mains one

Edited By: deanos on Jun 24, 2014 11:36
#9
deanos
cutting pipe, cutting floorboards, backboards in kitchens,, kitchen waste , cutting openings in sheet metal, it does not spark like a rotary tool and can fit in small gaps

i have a mains one not sure how powerful this battery one would be, personally i would go for a mains one

Thank you, pretty much everything I need it for, how about tiles and MDF/Chipboard?
1 Like #10
yep tiles , chipboard no problem, as long as you have the right cutting blades, the tile one has grit on the end, some of them come with a few blades, there is a teratek one on ebay for £30 with a load of blades
#11
biggong
you guys say it is useful for a lot of things but can you give some examples?



Cutting the bottom of door frames so you can slide wooden flooring underneath

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