400 Piece Rotary Tool Accessory Kit  - £11.99 Delivered @ Maplin
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400 Piece Rotary Tool Accessory Kit - £11.99 Delivered @ Maplin

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Found 12th May 2016
Was £22.99. now £11.99. Seems great value for so many accessories. I'm thinking about getting this myself. Great reviews on Amazon.
Complete range of polishing, drilling, grinding and cutting pieces for use with most mini-rotary tools
•Can be used on wood, plastic, fibreglass, metal and stone
•Ideal for hobbies, restoration, electronics and DIY
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good find op, heat added
Great. Just need to find a rotary tool to go with it!!
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sheikh69

Great. Just need to find a rotary tool to go with it!!


The comment above yours has a link to one that looks good
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Can't believe how chilly this deal is.
It was posted 5 months ago and got to 348 degrees, and 2 months ago it was a pound more expensive and still got to 266 degrees.
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Best day for my rotary needs then by the look of it, been keeping an eye for these staff for months and all fulfilled right at the same time
This is a great kit, yeah 400 stretches it with lots of the cheap bits but still you're getting a lot for your money. I got this to go with a genuine Dremel and I've not needed to buy anything else yet.
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Has anyone else had difficulty paying with Paypal?
I've tried 3 times now and it just ends up with a server error page.
PrincessJellybean

Has anyone else had difficulty paying with Paypal? I've tried 3 times now … Has anyone else had difficulty paying with Paypal? I've tried 3 times now and it just ends up with a server error page.



I never use PayPal and to be honest I hate the company. Yes we all might have a little money staying in our PayPal accounts from what we might sell on eBay but that's if they don't freeze your account for months I'm one of those who's going to do my best to give PayPal less and less business
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masliya

I never use PayPal and to be honest I hate the company. Yes we all might … I never use PayPal and to be honest I hate the company. Yes we all might have a little money staying in our PayPal accounts from what we might sell on eBay but that's if they don't freeze your account for months I'm one of those who's going to do my best to give PayPal less and less business


I think I just use it for the ease of not having to type in my card details into every site I visit.
When I use my bank card directly, my bank always seems to need verification information, and then it always says my password isn't recognized so I end up having to reset it every time.....grrrrr (_;)
Pretty keen on this tool set though so I might just have another go later, and then just use my card if I have too
Looks good for polishing, drilling & grinding.
Just received mine, it actually looks better in real and for that price is a good purchase, mine came in a Jiffy bag and was little broken but still usable so nothing to complain about
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Yay, just put my order in and paid with PayPal, it was working fine today Yay
I just need to see if I can get that ace Lidl tool now...... Hhmmmmm
Just ordered via click & collect, will pick up in 30 minutes. Heat added.
sheikh69

Great. Just need to find a rotary tool to go with it!!


ebuyer.com/438…30b
only £15, I received mine last week and is pretty awesome for the money
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Bazza360

http://www.ebuyer.com/438986-xenta-163-piece-rotary-tool-and-accessory-kit-ebdm-130bonly £15, I received mine last week and is pretty awesome for the money


That one does look good...... although I think I like the stand and option of the flexible shaft that the other one offers. My wrists are a bit weak and I think they would get tired holding the tool for any length of time.
( I apologise for anything that sounds like a Double entendre within that statement... it wasn't intentional and I tried to avoid it, but every time I tried to change what I wrote it then didn't make sense or it just made it sound worse X) )
PrincessJellybean

That one does look good...... although I think I like the stand and … That one does look good...... although I think I like the stand and option of the flexible shaft that the other one offers. My wrists are a bit weak and I think they would get tired holding the tool for any length of time.( I apologise for anything that sounds like a Double entendre within that statement... it wasn't intentional and I tried to avoid it, but every time I tried to change what I wrote it then didn't make sense or it just made it sound worse X) )



Sounds like your wrists need more exercise
4% Quidco if ordering online, too.
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