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reciprocating saw £29.99 @ Aldi

£29.99 @ ALDI
800watt LED light Swivel handle Blades Carry case 3 year guarantee in store today at aldi. Read More
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
800watt

LED light

Swivel handle

Blades

Carry case

3 year guarantee

in store today at aldi.
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
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3 Likes #1
We have two of these, the missus got me one, so I gave another one back to her :)
#2
boostii
We have two of these, the missus got me one, so I gave another one back to her :)


i just bought the £29.99 Titan from screwfix with 2 year guarantee as a spare but this looks better.
#3
good find op, heat added
#4
same price at homebase but that's only 750w

heat
#5
InTheKnow444
same price at homebase but that's only 750w

heat


different brand, personally I would go for the aldi one as they are well made, I have lost receipts and had to strip their tools down to repair them after way too much abuse. also 3 year guarantee if you don't lose your receipt.
#6
boostii
We have two of these, the missus got me one, so I gave another one back to her :)
;)
1 Like #7
If only they weren't so loud. My sex life would be oh so better.
#8
ideal for carving pumpkins for halloween!
1 Like #9
I bought the Guild one from Argos, used it for the first time yesterday and was very impressed.

Similar price although it doesn't have an LED (not sure you really need one though on a saw like this). Only a 2 year guarantee on the Guild one though.

Edited By: black knight on Oct 30, 2016 16:11
#10
black knight
I bought the Guild one from Argos, used it for the first time yesterday and was very impressed.

Similar price although it doesn't have an LED (not sure you really need one though on a saw like this). Only a 2 year guarantee on the Guild one though.


i have not seen the guild one but I have a couple of other guild tools, just seen this in the shop and it's better than the Titan one from screwfix at 29.99. I have another brand that I've had a few years with led, it does come in handy. I was cutting some joists in a loft with my back to the light, I was glad of it then. the one from aldi is variable speed aswell. I know the screwfix one isnt, don't know about the guild.
#11
Can anyone answer what a general diy enthusiast / gardener would use one of these for ?
1 Like #12
Burbage Fox
Can anyone answer what a general diy enthusiast / gardener would use one of these for ?


cutting branches and roots,
joists, fence posts, sleepers,
demolition,
imagine having a axe saw blade or a bow saw blade without the restriction of the frame or the elbow grease
a bit like a jigsaw with different blades but a lot more powerful.
1 Like #13
Burbage Fox
Can anyone answer what a general diy enthusiast / gardener would use one of these for ?


I recently replaced the entire roof on my shed. Used this to cut up the old (long) roof boards to make disposal a lot easier.
#14
shadey12
black knight
I bought the Guild one from Argos, used it for the first time yesterday and was very impressed.

Similar price although it doesn't have an LED (not sure you really need one though on a saw like this). Only a 2 year guarantee on the Guild one though.


i have not seen the guild one but I have a couple of other guild tools, just seen this in the shop and it's better than the Titan one from screwfix at 29.99. I have another brand that I've had a few years with led, it does come in handy. I was cutting some joists in a loft with my back to the light, I was glad of it then. the one from aldi is variable speed aswell. I know the screwfix one isnt, don't know about the guild.


I nearly bought the Titan from Screwfix.but the Guild one had great reviews and I think was slightly more powerful.
#15
black knight
shadey12
black knight
I bought the Guild one from Argos, used it for the first time yesterday and was very impressed.

Similar price although it doesn't have an LED (not sure you really need one though on a saw like this). Only a 2 year guarantee on the Guild one though.


i have not seen the guild one but I have a couple of other guild tools, just seen this in the shop and it's better than the Titan one from screwfix at 29.99. I have another brand that I've had a few years with led, it does come in handy. I was cutting some joists in a loft with my back to the light, I was glad of it then. the one from aldi is variable speed aswell. I know the screwfix one isnt, don't know about the guild.


I nearly bought the Titan from Screwfix.but the Guild one had great reviews and I think was slightly more powerful.


to be honest I like screwfix but only bought it as a spare because I had a 10 pound voucher.
after seeing the aldi one I'd have had that.
#16
Got one as they opened this morning. Had a handful in stock. Seems really good and a pack of various blades at £4.99.
#17
t1nt1n
boostii
We have two of these, the missus got me one, so I gave another one back to her :)
;)
Get her the sex toy adapter for it...
#18
28 pounds in ebay
1 Like #19
Toolstation do cheap assorted blade packs too and these are what really make the difference.
#20
Grabbed one today, I will get some real bosch blades thou
#21
Just grabbed the last one from local store . Will use Bosch blades from eBay , as they are by far the best blades .
#22
had about 8 in Huddersfield this afternoon.

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