Bench Grinder with Belt Sander @ Lidl £29.99
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Bench Grinder with Belt Sander @ Lidl £29.99

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Found 21st Oct 2013
Seems a pretty good price...
Had been thinking about getting a twin wheel grinder, but this might be okay... not sure what I'd use the belt sander for.



Ideal for deburring, rust removal and grinding
150mm grinding wheel and adjustable belt sander for effective and precise working and finishing
With metal protective hoods and adjustable, transparent spark protector
Sturdy, anti-vibration mounting
Grinding wheel no-load speed (rpm): 2950
Belt sander circulation speed (m/min): 900
240W
3 year manufacturer's warranty

14 Comments

Looks dangerous, I like it, heat added
Edited by: "mmuw" 21st Oct 2013

Got one of these a couple of years ago and you'll be surprised how often you will use the sanding belt on it just because it's there.

I'm tempted.....but no I must resist.

I haven't seen one of these before, only a twin wheel (which was a bit too much for me).
If only I had this when I was still forging.

Sharpen spade edges & wot-not weaponry with ease in anticipation of the impending zombie apocalypse.

(dremel a bit slow in this instance)

I got one of these for making lock picks about 5 years back from Lidl. It's pretty good - maybe a touch underpowered for a belt sander, but did the job. Quieter than the Argos Challenge one I used before that.

is the the belt a standard fit? so replacements are easy to find?...

got one,
seems ok for the money if a little flimsy so no heavy work for this.
needs a tweak to make rests lineup and double check the wheel is on tight (mine wasnt)
belt size is 50mm x 686mm so easy to find on fleabay

buyer101

I haven't seen one of these before, only a twin wheel (which was a bit … I haven't seen one of these before, only a twin wheel (which was a bit too much for me).If only I had this when I was still forging.



What were you forging. 50 pence coins?

dundustin

What were you forging. 50 pence coins?


Haha swords and spear heads.

New sex toy for the wife...... that's Christmas sorted (_;)

The sander is ideal for grinding swords if people are struggling for ideas

buyer101

Haha swords and spear heads.

oh I didn't see this before posting. It's tempting to I could make some small items/knives to go with the sword I made on a course

Have also got this machine. I use it loads. Not great for any heavy work. As previously stated, its a bit underpowered, the belt will slow down with any pressure. Use it for small jobs when its not worth digging the angle grinder out. I have sharpened shears and lawnmower blades on the belt etc.
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