Aldi Reciprocating Saw £14.99
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Aldi Reciprocating Saw £14.99

£14.99ALDI Deals
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Found 23rd Nov 2013
Just picked one of these up from the Scarborough store now down to £14.99!! Bargain!!

The blade set was also down to £2.99.

With a reciprocating saw in your hands, you can take the effort out of cutting wood and metal and concentrate on accuracy for a professional-looking job.
Input power: 710 watts
Max. cutting depth: 115mm (wood), 6mm (steel), 16mm (aluminium)
Stroke: 30mm
0-2700rpm
Adjustable saw shoe
Quick change blade clamp system
Rotational 'D' handle to reach 180°
Soft grip handle
2 metre cable
Includes: 1 x Blade for wood, 1 x Blade for metal

Product reference: 44409
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26 Comments

Perfect for disposing of the mother in law this christmas (_;)

Original Poster

Never thought of that, good thing I got the extra blades.

Aldi clearance deals vary from store to store as it the managers who decide what to reduce and have a budget for doing so.
So, good luck if you are near Scabby Burrow, I'd buy one too.

oldino

Never thought of that, good thing I got the extra blades.




Big girl is she

Would come in handy if you overdid the Turkey.

Is this one of those saws that when you tell it you love it it has the guts to say "I love you too"?

Original Poster

No just big boned

Original Poster

No just big boned

Original Poster

No just big boned

If you buy this, 50 bags of ice and a bottle of Vodka do ALDI give a discount?

Banned

haritori

If you buy this, 50 bags of ice and a bottle of Vodka do ALDI give a … If you buy this, 50 bags of ice and a bottle of Vodka do ALDI give a discount?



sounds like diy amputation and selling-on the limb ?
Edited by: "jack_dripper" 23rd Nov 2013

scottswaha

Aldi clearance deals vary from store to store as it the managers who … Aldi clearance deals vary from store to store as it the managers who decide what to reduce and have a budget for doing so.So, good luck if you are near Scabby Burrow, I'd buy one too.



Where's scabby burrow .

http://www.taylorclark.co/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/picard.jpg

It slipped can I stick it back on .

this thread is full of fail

witchettygrub

Perfect for disposing of the mother in law this christmas (_;)


I told the family I had gone vegetarian, in November and passed mine off as endless left over turkey dishes, the dogs had the rest.
Edited by: "digbys" 23rd Nov 2013

Jokes aside, used this tool today to cut some tree trunks and made light work of it. Probably one of those tools you don't use often but good to have when you need it! Heat added for this price.

£19.99, but quite a few left at Bishop Auckland

Good offer, have some heat op!

yes nice and cheap but!!!

Given that decent ones are about 150 quid.... this i going to be about as good as you'd expect it to be at that price.


Just been to Scarborough branch and picked one up , 3 left in store , heat given.

Please Aldi ... open a store near me in Clapham!

digbys

I told the family I had gone vegetarian in November and passed mine off … I told the family I had gone vegetarian in November and passed mine off as endless left over turkey dishes the dogs had the rest.



Why punctuation matters!

buffysmaw

yes nice and cheap but!!!Given that decent ones are about 150 quid.... … yes nice and cheap but!!!Given that decent ones are about 150 quid.... this i going to be about as good as you'd expect it to be at that price.



Agreed, at 710w, it does feel a bit underpowered but personally can't think of many uses for these saws other than odd jobs. I don't think it is worth spending too much on this type of tool for the average DIYer.
Edited by: "jazzyb88" 23rd Nov 2013

Besford

Why punctuation matters!


Well yeah of course I had to puncture her to get her in the chest freezer, do ya get me?

witchettygrub

Perfect for disposing of the mother in law this christmas (_;)



lol......that's just what i was thinking!
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