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Aldi 3.6V Pivot Handle Screwdriver, with a 55 piece drill bit set 3 year guarantee £14.99 at Aldi
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Aldi 3.6V Pivot Handle Screwdriver, with a 55 piece drill bit set 3 year guarantee £14.99 at Aldi

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Posted 18th AugAvailable: National

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Not the most powerful but great for little DIY jobs around the home, good reviews

Whatever your DIY project, this 3.6V Pivot Handle Screwdriver is a great way to get started. Ideal for reassembling furniture, this handy item features a 1.3Ah capacity rechargeable li-Ion battery and left and right turning function for ease of use.
Contents
* 1 x Pivot screwdriver
* 1 x Magnetic bit holder
* 5 x Slotted screw bits: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
* 4 x Phillips screw bits: PH0, PH1, PH2, PH3
* 4 x Pozidrive screw bits: PZ0, PZ1, PZ2, PZ3
* 7 x Hex scew bits: 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6
* 4 x Square screw bits: #0, #1, #2, #3
* 4 x Tri-Wing screw bits: #0, #1, #2, #3
* 3 x Torq screw bits: #6, #8, #10
* 4 x Spanner screw bits: #4, #6, #8, #10
* 6 x Torx screw bits: T10, T15, T20, T25, T30, T40
* 12 x Tamperproof screw bits: T10, T15, T20, T25, T30, T35, T40, IP10, IP15, IP20, IP25, IP30
* 1 x Spline M8
Features
* Forward and reverse
* Automatic spindle lock function
* Hex shaft
* Soft grip
* LED Charging state indicator
* Max torque: 4Nm
Guarantee/Warranty
3 Years
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Buy cheap, buy twice - great advice.

Buy cheap, use it. If it lasts, great. If you find you don't need it that much, fine. If you find you use it loads, and it breaks, you've not made a massive outlay, and you can go out and buy a better one with all the specs you've learnt you want from already having owned one.

Better than spending loads on something that might not be what you want, or that turns out to be something you don't need or use that much.
Edited by: "Garnett" 18th Aug
phil_dMGz18/08/2019 16:44

in my experience they are rubbish,buy cheap buy twice


They aren't trade quality but they aren't a trade price, plus the 3 year warranty is a bonus. For a DIYer they are absolutely fine. As you seem to be a power tool guru please enlighten us on what you'd buy as an alternative?
Edited by: "Bilbo1968" 18th Aug
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I bought one myself! Great value

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In my experience; Generally ALDI and LIDL tools are far better made than anything else in the marketplace at similar price-point
Does this have variable speed?
deleted36172618/08/2019 15:39

In my experience; Generally ALDI and LIDL tools are far better made than …In my experience; Generally ALDI and LIDL tools are far better made than anything else in the marketplace at similar price-point


in my experience they are rubbish,buy cheap buy twice
phil_dMGz18/08/2019 16:44

in my experience they are rubbish,buy cheap buy twice


They aren't trade quality but they aren't a trade price, plus the 3 year warranty is a bonus. For a DIYer they are absolutely fine. As you seem to be a power tool guru please enlighten us on what you'd buy as an alternative?
Edited by: "Bilbo1968" 18th Aug
Buy cheap, buy twice - great advice.

Buy cheap, use it. If it lasts, great. If you find you don't need it that much, fine. If you find you use it loads, and it breaks, you've not made a massive outlay, and you can go out and buy a better one with all the specs you've learnt you want from already having owned one.

Better than spending loads on something that might not be what you want, or that turns out to be something you don't need or use that much.
Edited by: "Garnett" 18th Aug
Good advice above.

I purchased one of these a few days ago and when it had ran out of battery, I tried to charge it and it didn't charge.

I've now had it replaced due to fault.

They're cheap for a reason but they're very good for the value, especially if you don't mind a trip to your local Aldi every other weekend to get it replaced!
Had the parkside one from Lidl for over ten years used on my car, workshop and at home look exactly the same but green. Picked up one of these last week as a spare for home. Great tool hope it lasts as long as the other one.
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