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WICKES ROTARY MULTI TOOL 140W 240V £9.99

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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
Multi function rotary tool kit ideal for sanding, cutting, grinding, polishing and many other tasks

Electronic variable speed control
56 accessories supplied for sanding, cutting, grinding and many other tasks
Spindle lock for easy blade change
Supplied with a carry case
Contents: 5 x collets size 1.6, 2.0, 2.4, 3.0, 3.2mm; 1 x sanding drum holder; 1 x polishing wheel holder; 1 x grinding & cutting wheel holder; 3 x HSS drill bits (assorted sizes); 2 x tungsten milling points; 5 x diamond grinding points; 5 x grinding points; 1 x bristle brush; 1 x bristle wheel; 1 x brass brush; 1 x brass wheel; 1 x cloth polishing wheel; 10 x large sanding drums; 2 x grinding wheels; 10 x cutting wheels; 5 x polishing wheels; 1 x collet spanner with plain slot screwdriver
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#1
Hv a promotion as well spend £50 get £10 off ..heat added
#2
Grabbed one.
#3
Only £10 I know, But is this likely to be any good? Heat for the price though
#4
oos
#5
140w is this will be slower then my kenwood choper
#6
Is it a green mouse ?
#7
online + £5.95 delivery

or the following two stores for collection

only 1 in BISHOPS STORTFORD
and 2 in INVERNESS
1 Like #8
kypok
140w is this will be slower then my kenwood choper
Most of the rotary tool's are 140w and it runs from 10000 - 35000 rpm .
1 Like #9
Super-cheap for what it is
#10
HereKittyKitty
Super-cheap for what it is

So if I don't know what it is, does that mean it's expensive?
#11
well I have a cheap jml one that does the job on full power (I mean its rubbish but does the job) and this one has an rpm of about double this jml one so yeah, Its cheap as chips
#12
kypok
140w is this will be slower then my kenwood choper
They don't have a great deal of torque so they can run at significant speeds, the Dremel I have is just a little more powerful if I remember correctly.
#13
merckx
kypok
140w is this will be slower then my kenwood choper
They don't have a great deal of torque so they can run at significant speeds, the Dremel I have is just a little more powerful if I remember correctly.

My Dremel 3000 is 130w. It's really not up to drilling anything much. It's okay at sanding and cutting wood.
#14
cheers got one
#15
IF you use one for their designed purpose, such as a dremel, then the hole drilling is for things like pin setting in wood, or pre drilling holes so wood doesn't tear up when you drive home a big screw in things like particle board (lofts etc).

the drill bits, for wood or metal are tiny, for tiny project set up whereby you use another tool to finish off, I use mine to great effect in all manner of situations.
wattage & gearing ratios are two different things entirely, so don't write them off based on power consumption alone.
#16
Online showing out of stock.
#17
oos
#18
oos
#19
Still looking for a good deal on the accessories for these, keep missing the maplin one.
1 Like #20
tek-monkey
Still looking for a good deal on the accessories for these, keep missing the maplin one.

Maplin one stands at £11.99 for 400 piece at the moment.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/400-part-rotary-accessory-kit-n63bx
#21
charles w
Is it a green mouse ?

haha nice joke :p
#22
oberlisc
tek-monkey
Still looking for a good deal on the accessories for these, keep missing the maplin one.

Maplin one stands at £11.99 for 400 piece at the moment.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/400-part-rotary-accessory-kit-n63bx

Typical, I've been looking for weeks but not bothered the last one! Cheers, will order.

EDIT: Ordered :D

Edited By: tek-monkey on Jul 21, 2014 14:25: Update
#23
OOS for me within a 20 mile radius
#24
Unless you live in Scotland don't bother oos every where except Inverness store.
#25
fishmaster
HereKittyKitty
Super-cheap for what it is

So if I don't know what it is, does that mean it's expensive?
That logic does not follow.
If you do not know what it is then you will not know it's function and likely benefit/utility to you. You will find it hard to make an effective value judgement either way in this situation.
#26
Chrrye
fishmaster
HereKittyKitty
Super-cheap for what it is

So if I don't know what it is, does that mean it's expensive?
That logic does not follow.
If you do not know what it is then you will not know it's function and likely benefit/utility to you. You will find it hard to make an effective value judgement either way in this situation.

If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

Does the Universe mean anything without a consciousness to realise it?

Edited By: fishmaster on Jul 21, 2014 21:35
1 Like #27
fishmaster
Chrrye
fishmaster
HereKittyKitty
Super-cheap for what it is

So if I don't know what it is, does that mean it's expensive?
That logic does not follow.
If you do not know what it is then you will not know it's function and likely benefit/utility to you. You will find it hard to make an effective value judgement either way in this situation.

If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

Does the Universe mean anything without a consciousness to realise it?
Yes most likely. Physics. Unless the forest floor is made of cotton wool or somesuch unlikely situation (and even then probably a small sound). But you will not have audial witnesses to the fact.

If you mean mean in the existential way then no. Meaning there is personal and subjective to the entity discerning it.
You seem to assume there is meaning to be found in such by such a omniscient consciousness which I think is interesting. And optimistic.
People should try to discern/derive meaning in their own small universes.
#28
in stock now. but delivery cost another 6 pounds.......
#29
Back in stock online, just ordered
#30
No store delivery? Makes this £15.94..

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