135W Combi Tool only £12.99 and Why not add a 102 piece kit for only £4.99 starts this thursday @ Aldi
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135W Combi Tool only £12.99 and Why not add a 102 piece kit for only £4.99 starts this thursday @ Aldi

£17.98ALDI Deals
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Found 18th Mar 2013
Seems a bargain to me only £17.98 for both Picture of kit on first post.

Used with the matching Accessories Set, this versatile Combi Tool is ideal for tackling those more intricate home improvements or modelling jobs.

Power: 135W
Variable speed control
No load speed: 8000-33,000 rpm
Spindle lock
Hanging loop
Collet size: 2.4mm/3.2mm

23 Comments

Original Poster

Edited by: "youchoose" 18th Mar 2013

Helluva deal. If I wasn't so hippy lazy, I'd buy this. HOT
Incredible. Some peabrains are voting this cold.....staggering.

what do you need to polish / sand that requires 102 pieces? seems over the top

scubascuba3

what do you need to polish / sand that requires 102 pieces? seems over … what do you need to polish / sand that requires 102 pieces? seems over the top


102 knives?

scubascuba3

what do you need to polish / sand that requires 102 pieces? seems over … what do you need to polish / sand that requires 102 pieces? seems over the top



They wear out pretty quick - you soon get through them.

Used my Aldi one (not the same as this) many many times - you will wonder how you lived without one!

Bet they sell out quick.

da_murphster

They wear out pretty quick - you soon get through them.Used my Aldi one … They wear out pretty quick - you soon get through them.Used my Aldi one (not the same as this) many many times - you will wonder how you lived without one!Bet they sell out quick.



I got a Dremel as a Christmas present years ago - I've never used it and live quite happily.

toaster

I got a Dremel as a Christmas present years ago - I've never used it and … I got a Dremel as a Christmas present years ago - I've never used it and live quite happily.



Give it to me then I will use it got stacks of ickle jobs it would be good for

Original Poster

toaster

I got a Dremel as a Christmas present years ago - I've never used it and … I got a Dremel as a Christmas present years ago - I've never used it and live quite happily.


Will you take a fiver for it

Own a drimel my self great for the jobs around the house this is a steal

I have had a few cheap multi tools, but this Christmas got a dremel, and its a cut above the rest. Spend the extra IMO, build quality is much better.

Will extra bits work in a dremel?

Bought a similar one from Aldi 18 months or so
It packed up
not worth using the 3 year warranty deal to replace it

dandubi

Will extra bits work in a dremel?



Yes they will.

I bought a rotary tool a couple of weeks back, GREAT piece of kit...used it loads to customize Xbox 360's 8), for the sake of a fiver, think I'll have a nose at the accessory kit...Nice one OP!

If it is occasional use these are great - My first rotary tool was a cheap Argos one.

Then sister got me a Dremel... Wow, difference is incredible. So if using it for big jobs / often, go Dremel. For a quick trim /cut of stuff then this should do grand.

Seems like a great deal, will be good for grouting in the bathroom. Thanks!

Scorching hot. i was after one but when i saw dremel tools selling for over 50£ per set, I had to postpone my project. How houlwd you compare this to dremel brand?


off topic: what tool do I need to make a cup like feature out of wood? I have a fairly big Makita router, does it help?









and check out the sewing set at 3.49
aldi.co.uk/uk/…htm
amazing

Original Poster

MajorCockUp

and check out the sewing set at 3.49 … and check out the sewing set at 3.49 http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/special_buys3_29704.htmamazing


Now I know your having a giraffe Woodwork and needle work

youchoose

Now I know your having a giraffe Woodwork and needle work





The cup-like feature is for a set of expensive headphones, changing their cup enclosures from plastic to wood would massivly improve the bass response.

Original Poster

Had a drink eh

i bought the set today. the tool seems to be ok, but the bits set is a tad overpriced at 5£. i bought two sets for a tenner thinking i will run out. and i found in maplins better quality ones, set of 400 for 10£. also same kinds of tools made by rolson ranging from 20 to 50 pounds

MajorCockUp

i bought the set today. the tool seems to be ok, but the bits set is a … i bought the set today. the tool seems to be ok, but the bits set is a tad overpriced at 5£. i bought two sets for a tenner thinking i will run out. and i found in maplins better quality ones, set of 400 for 10£. also same kinds of tools made by rolson ranging from 20 to 50 pounds


Good call, was only interested in the consumables

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