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Ferrex 12V Cordless Rotary Tool Set with 75 accessories and 3 year warranty £16.99 / £19.94 delivered @ Aldi (pre-order)
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Ferrex 12V Cordless Rotary Tool Set with 75 accessories and 3 year warranty £16.99 / £19.94 delivered @ Aldi (pre-order)

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Posted 8th Jun

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Ferrex 12V Rotary Tool Set is on pre order for £16.99, dispatched 14th June so should be in time for Fathers day. A complete rotary multi-tool set with 75 accessories, storage case and accessory stand plus 3 year warranty. Good for drilling, polishing, sharpening and engraving. Delivery is £2.95 or free with £20 spend, the 2 pack of Gorilla Duct tape for £3.99 looks a good add on item to get free delivery. Will also be available instore from the 14th June.



This Ferrex 12V Rotary Tool Set is a high precision tool that allows you to put those personal finishing touches to your DIY projects. Perfect for drilling, polishing, sharpening and engraving. A world of crafts is only a charge away with this rechargeable tool.

Contents

  • 6 x HSS Drill Bits
  • 2 x Mandrels
  • 25 x Circular Sanding Discs
  • 16 x Cutting Discs
  • 3 x Polishing Discs
  • 4 x Grinding Discs
  • 1 x Metal Brush
  • 5 x Collet Chucks
  • 2 x Brushes
  • 3 x Milling Bits
  • 2 x Engraving Bits
  • 5 x Grinding Bits
  • 1 x Combination Spanner
  • 1 x Charger
  • 1 x Instruction manual

Features

  • A complete rotary multi-tool set with 75 accessories, storage case and accessory stand
  • Battery Type: Rechargeable 1.3Ah li-ion (Included)
  • Voltage:12V
  • 5000-25,000/min. no-load speed
  • 7-Speed control
  • Collet size 3.2mm
  • Mains adaptor with VDE plug
  • Ideal for getting into hard-to-reach places
  • Spindle lock
  • Max disc diameter: 25mm
  • Speed-control: 1-2-3-4-5-6-MAX
  • 3 Year warranty

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But remember in lockdown England there's a lack of dentists about! so with this you could make a little extra money?
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On the face of it it looks good but what is the wattage?
babydriver08/06/2020 12:28

On the face of it it looks good but what is the wattage?


You watt, mate?
So it looks like Ferrex from Aldi is the same as Parkside from Lidl. I got the Lidl one last year and used for a few odd bits so useful to have around the house. This one should be good also and for the money ok.
This is sold under various names (Hi-Spec, Tacklife), probably the lowest price i have seen yet.

Its a weak version of a Dremel IME, but if you only want to cut the tops of screws of buff some chrome its deal and the price is so low!
Thanks very much and for the helpful suggestion of the Duct tape. Saved me a lot of time. Much obliged. Ordered boith.
But remember in lockdown England there's a lack of dentists about! so with this you could make a little extra money?
I got similar from Lidl recently for £9.99 but that was a new store opening deal. Still good at this price I think.
Edited by: "Besford" 9th Jun
This looks similar to the parkside one from Lidl. If so then I would not recommend it as the part that tightens and holds the ‘bit’ breaks. I did see other users commenting the same problem too but I decided to go ahead and buy it, thinking I would be careful not to over tighten but it still broke.
04muim08/06/2020 13:51

This looks similar to the parkside one from Lidl. If so then I would not …This looks similar to the parkside one from Lidl. If so then I would not recommend it as the part that tightens and holds the ‘bit’ breaks. I did see other users commenting the same problem too but I decided to go ahead and buy it, thinking I would be careful not to over tighten but it still broke.


Thanks for the feedback. I might still chance it given the warranty. Did you get round to claiming?
BraddersJ08/06/2020 14:17

Thanks for the feedback. I might still chance it given the warranty. Did …Thanks for the feedback. I might still chance it given the warranty. Did you get round to claiming?


No problem. I haven’t yet but shouldn’t be an issue since I have the receipt for it too. It’s a very handy device to have. Just be careful when tightening it
04muim08/06/2020 13:51

This looks similar to the parkside one from Lidl. If so then I would not …This looks similar to the parkside one from Lidl. If so then I would not recommend it as the part that tightens and holds the ‘bit’ breaks. I did see other users commenting the same problem too but I decided to go ahead and buy it, thinking I would be careful not to over tighten but it still broke.


Lidl source their tools from multiple suppliers, even when they visually look the same, ones sold in different offers can be very different quality and performance.

I've had two different Lidl Parkside rotary tool models, the first one looked the most similar to this, and had a removable battery pack, that one didn't run true from new and vibrated so much that the metal clips inside the battery compartment that held the case together shook off, I assume something was not assembled right as it would occasionally stop vibrating and run true. The battery also lost power after a year, so that it would cut out if put under a bit of load, and never had a great deal of capacity.

I exchanged it after a couple of years when they got a new one in store. That has internal batteries and a separate on off switch and a charge socket on the end, it looks similar, but definitely not the same, and the battery capacity is massively better than my old one.
Edited by: "melted" 8th Jun
For anyone in Ireland these are in store from the 14th for €19.99.
thearch08/06/2020 13:01

Thanks very much and for the helpful suggestion of the Duct tape. Saved me …Thanks very much and for the helpful suggestion of the Duct tape. Saved me a lot of time. Much obliged. Ordered boith.


unfortunately OOS
I picked on one of these in Cheltenham store today, brilliant bit of kit 👌
I went to lidl today by mistake. Ffs
I just received mine today. Really impressed by the quality for such a low price. Thanks OP! It's a very versatile tool. Cordless also is a plus, it offers more control when not having a cord pulling from it.
anyone seen these in store at all?
rixarena22/06/2020 21:36

anyone seen these in store at all?


Yup, keep looking, you might get lucky!
Romford, Mawney Road - sold out
Romford market - couldn't see
Collier Row - plenty in stock
groenleader08/06/2020 12:48

This is sold under various names (Hi-Spec, Tacklife), probably the lowest …This is sold under various names (Hi-Spec, Tacklife), probably the lowest price i have seen yet. Its a weak version of a Dremel IME, but if you only want to cut the tops of screws of buff some chrome its deal and the price is so low!


All Aldi electronic items come with a 3 year warranty so that is better than other manufacturers.
It has loads more uses than taking the head off screws.
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