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Aldi Ferrex 850W Reciprocating Saw £19.99 @ Aldi (Chester)
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Aldi Ferrex 850W Reciprocating Saw £19.99 @ Aldi (Chester)

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Posted 17th AugAvailable: National

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Was looking to rent one elsewhere and the server said to look in Aldi as it'll be cheaper.
Got it to the till and it was cheaper still.

I think they must be selling them off in store as they're still £34.99 on the website.

Aldi, Tarvin Road, Chester

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nutz3017/08/2019 10:18

Excellent price. Been looking for one of these to break up lots of pallet …Excellent price. Been looking for one of these to break up lots of pallet wood for winter. Will pop to my local and see if the have any!


Is that for burning? Forgive me if you're already aware but, do you know the history of what's been on the pallets? Spilt oils/chemicals can still be in the pallets and potentially harmful (toxic) when burnt. (Just my public information post for the day! )
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Excellent price. Been looking for one of these to break up lots of pallet wood for winter. Will pop to my local and see if the have any!
nutz3017/08/2019 10:18

Excellent price. Been looking for one of these to break up lots of pallet …Excellent price. Been looking for one of these to break up lots of pallet wood for winter. Will pop to my local and see if the have any!


Is that for burning? Forgive me if you're already aware but, do you know the history of what's been on the pallets? Spilt oils/chemicals can still be in the pallets and potentially harmful (toxic) when burnt. (Just my public information post for the day! )
No idea of the quality of the tool, but that is a very good price for what it is potentially capable of.
Any good for slicing bread?
cannotthinkofone17/08/2019 23:21

No idea of the quality of the tool, but that is a very good price for what …No idea of the quality of the tool, but that is a very good price for what it is potentially capable of.


Seemed alright so far. Made short work of a tree in my back yard
brendanhickey18/08/2019 01:11

Any good for slicing bread?


Done alright with a tree.
Bread is just a soft tree right?
Tbh I reckon it'd do really well with a chicken on a Sunday.
Edited by: "CalpolSixplus" 18th Aug
its417/08/2019 11:45

Is that for burning? Forgive me if you're already aware but, do you know …Is that for burning? Forgive me if you're already aware but, do you know the history of what's been on the pallets? Spilt oils/chemicals can still be in the pallets and potentially harmful (toxic) when burnt. (Just my public information post for the day! )


That depends upon what the pallets were used for, some are clearly stained but also alot are just clean and ideal for DIY projects and burning
Just picked the last one up in sunny Stockton. 🌞
psygenius18/08/2019 15:17

Just picked the last one up in sunny Stockton. 🌞


Just bought one in Victoria road Stoke,still had about 6 left scanned at £19.99
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