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Bosch GOP2000 240v Multitool - £54.99 - Add Dewalt Masonary Drill Bit at 60p To Get Free Next Day Delivery - Total £50.59 @ Toolstore UK
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Bosch GOP2000 240v Multitool - £54.99 - Add Dewalt Masonary Drill Bit at 60p To Get Free Next Day Delivery - Total £50.59 @ Toolstore UK

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Posted 6th Apr

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For those that are fine with a corded multitool, this model is pretty good. For free next working day delivery you need to spend over £50. As this is £49.99, I decided to use the Dewalt drill bit as an example that brings the total to £50.59. Of course you might want to use something else. It's probably better to grab something you need.

Maybe check out the Clearance, or indeed the Sale section.

Links to items I used:

BOSCH GOP2000CE 240v MultiTool

DEWALT DT6504QZ 4mm x 75mm Masonry Drill Bit



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  • Input Wattage: 250 W
  • No Load Speed: 8,000-20,000 rpm
  • Depth: 55 mm
  • Length: 270 mm

The powerful Bosch multi-cutter is the perfect problem solving tool for the tradesman or DIY enthusiast. The GOP2000 240v Multi-Tool's oscillating cutting action enables precise positioning for highly accurate cutting and damage prevention and is equipped with a constant electronic function which allows for steady work progress in every type of job. The GOP2000 also features a pre-selection adjustment facility which can accomodate different accessories and materials and an integrated ball grommet which enables increased flexibility and helps to prevent cable breaks.

Features and Benefits:

  • Rated power input 250W
  • Variable Speed
  • Oscillating Cutting Action
  • Slide On/Off Switch
  • All-Metal Gearbox
  • Multi-Position Adjustable Shoe



About DEWALT DT6504QZ 4mm x 75mm Masonry Drill Bit
  • Diameter: 4mm
Working Length: 75mmWorking Length: 38mm
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Looks like I'm buying something else I don't need. Stop putting these bargains up.... Heat added.
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Might need to change title it says 54.99
Edited by: "123454321" 6th Apr
Looks good, what can this be used for? Any good fot cutting flooring?
12345432106/04/2020 13:11

Might need to change title it says 54.99


Hey, title is fine on this one. It's £54.99 or cheaper if you add any other item to it. The cheapest I could see at a glance as a 60p drill bit, totalling £50.59 for both the tool and drill bit
Ken06/04/2020 13:17

Hey, title is fine on this one. It's £54.99 or cheaper if you add any …Hey, title is fine on this one. It's £54.99 or cheaper if you add any other item to it. The cheapest I could see at a glance as a 60p drill bit, totalling £50.59 for both the tool and drill bit


Ah I see
Looks like I'm buying something else I don't need. Stop putting these bargains up.... Heat added.
Any case included
Anyone know the difference between the gop2000 and the gop250:

I found this for £40 while browsing the B&Q app diy.com/dep…prd
Zandana06/04/2020 14:19

Anyone know the difference between the gop2000 and the gop250:I found this …Anyone know the difference between the gop2000 and the gop250:I found this for £40 while browsing the B&Q app http://www.diy.com/departments/bosch-gop-240v-250w-corded-multi-tool-gop-200/1072829_BQ.prd


No stock and not able to click and collect
1 hour click and collect for me (Northwich).

Meant in terms of spec really
Does this one require an Allen key to replace the blade?

It doesn't show any tool-less change in which case I wouldn't buy it.
palli06/04/2020 15:14

Does this one require an Allen key to replace the blade? It doesn't show …Does this one require an Allen key to replace the blade? It doesn't show any tool-less change in which case I wouldn't buy it.




No it uses the Allen key
muttyhc2k1106/04/2020 13:15

Looks good, what can this be used for? Any good fot cutting flooring?


Really good for cutting a number of materials (with appropriate blade) both in situ and pre installation. I had to remove a section of chipboard floor, Allowed me to cut the section without hitting the pipes and power, used to sand, used to clear grout.
My corded Bosch broke on the last job, so I bought the DeWalt cordless - awesome bit of kit.
One of those tools that makes a few jobs much easier
wabbit0206/04/2020 23:29

Really good for cutting a number of materials (with appropriate blade) …Really good for cutting a number of materials (with appropriate blade) both in situ and pre installation. I had to remove a section of chipboard floor, Allowed me to cut the section without hitting the pipes and power, used to sand, used to clear grout. My corded Bosch broke on the last job, so I bought the DeWalt cordless - awesome bit of kit. One of those tools that makes a few jobs much easier


I've got the green Bosch (not the pro version like this), and used it for putting in a laminated floor. Perfect for trimming door jambs and so on. Really useful tool, it's worth noting that when Aldi/Lidl sell their version of the tool, the various attachments and goodies like the cutters often end up in the bargain bin, and they fit and they are usable quality.

I want this, but can't justify buying when the green one is usable.. have some heat.
Edited by: "adriang68" 7th Apr
Zandana06/04/2020 14:19

Anyone know the difference between the gop2000 and the gop250:I found this …Anyone know the difference between the gop2000 and the gop250:I found this for £40 while browsing the B&Q app http://www.diy.com/departments/bosch-gop-240v-250w-corded-multi-tool-gop-200/1072829_BQ.prd


Did a quick search.. some (older) comments about reliability of the gop250.. But one thing with the Bosch Pro, is you can register with them to get 3 years warranty..
Good deal,but if you can go the extra cash a cordless one is much better
The newer versions of Bosc multi tools feature the starlock system which will gives you better power transfer. The older style used the OIS (Pins) which are absolutely fine and if you use quality Accessories you will have no issues. The newer Starlock accessories will fit the OIS machines as well.
i have this particular model and very powerful and useful.
As said above the uses are endless, removing grout, plunge cutting into wood, door jams, bottom of skirting to slide laminate under. Holes for plaster board, sanding with the attachment. Cutting off nails and screws (With the right blade) Here is a link to the Bosch youtube page which has a Bosch video on uses for this tool
youtube.com/pla…k1k
Grrr seems to be sold out.
Dbertie06/04/2020 13:41

Looks like I'm buying something else I don't need. Stop putting these …Looks like I'm buying something else I don't need. Stop putting these bargains up.... Heat added.


Well done. Instead of saving £26, you in fact wasted £50 if it’s something you don’t need
muttyhc2k1106/04/2020 13:15

Looks good, what can this be used for? Any good fot cutting flooring?


It's great for a lot of small tasks. Recently used mine for cutting out space under doors for laying laminate and using a sanding attachment to tidy up skirting before painting.They are very flexible and the ability to plunge cut and work in smaller spaces means they can be handy to do things other tools may be better at but are hard to apply in practice.
Unfortunately out of stock now
Nick_D07/04/2020 10:43

Well done. Instead of saving £26, you in fact wasted £50 if it’s something …Well done. Instead of saving £26, you in fact wasted £50 if it’s something you don’t need


Nick_D was trying to be light hearted something the other users picked up on. For the record I haven't bought one but did think it was a good deal. Heat added.
NoCod07/04/2020 10:48

Unfortunately out of stock now


If you need an Ociliating tool. This one from Draper is worth checking out and only £30. It is 400W so more powerful than the Bosch. amazon.co.uk/Dra…FFZ

I have this one and it is great. I bought Dewalt saws and Saxton rasp / grinder blade to go with it. Not too sure what the difference between the Storm Force and normal 400W version is.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…tle
DealHunterChaos07/04/2020 11:24

If you need an Ociliating tool. This one from Draper is worth checking out …If you need an Ociliating tool. This one from Draper is worth checking out and only £30. It is 400W so more powerful than the Bosch. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Draper-20987-230V-Oscillating-Multi-Tool/dp/B07CZN7FFZI have this one and it is great. I bought Dewalt saws and Saxton rasp / grinder blade to go with it. Not too sure what the difference between the Storm Force and normal 400W version is.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01M5IE1VZ?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_asin_title


Good price with tool box.

You can pick up cheap blades on eBay that seem OK to me (if you don't mind waiting a few weeks for delivery). Just check on coupling as not all seem the same.

I got a similar priced model from Aldi and it is great for cutting in small spaces where you don't have room to move a saw or insert an angle grinder.
Edited by: "AnotherOne" 7th Apr
thanks for replies will look at the above alternatives
It says that free delivery is for orders over £100
I have no use for this but thank god its sold out as was going to buy one
It’s back in .. just ordered coming tomorrow
Wookster07/04/2020 15:48

It’s back in .. just ordered coming tomorrow


Thanks. I managed to order one too.
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