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Ferrex 18V Cordless Mitre Saw £139.99 at Aldi
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Ferrex 18V Cordless Mitre Saw £139.99 at Aldi

£139.99Aldi Deals
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Posted 14th Jun
Battery Type:

18V Lithium

Brand:

Ferrex

Compatibility:

Not Activ Energy Battery Compatible

Corded/Cordless:

Cordless

Product Type:

Hand Tools

Weight:

7.5kg (approx.)

A must-have for the DIY enthusiast, this 18V Cordless Mitre Saw features a lightweight design for easy portability. It comes equipped with its own laser, making those tricky home improvement tasks a breeze.

Contents
1 x Mitre Saw
1 x 4.0Ah Samsung battery
1 x 2 hour charger
1 x Vertical clamp
1 x Wrench
1 x Dust bag
Features
Rated no-load speed: 3500/min
Blade size: 210 x 1.8 x 30 x 40T
Cutting Capacity: 0° x 0° 120x55mm, 45°x 0° 83x55mm, 0° x 45° 120x30mm, 45° x 45° 83x30mm
Laser guide
Portable with carry handles
Aluminium base construction
Table miter lock
Spindle lock
Dust bag
Transparent movable guard
Carry handle with soft grip
Detent base
Rubber covered D handle
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Don't really understand why power tools; that aren't designed to be handheld; need to be battery powered.
DodgeySolenoid14/06/2020 12:39

Don't really understand why power tools; that aren't designed to be …Don't really understand why power tools; that aren't designed to be handheld; need to be battery powered.


Just about to comment something similar, of all the tools that need convenience of no leads this has to be way down the list. Not hating just not really seeing much of a need! Haven’t voted either way.
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Becareful. It's ferrex but not ferrex Active battery compatible.
Shah_AlivUs14/06/2020 11:43

Becareful. It's ferrex but not ferrex Active battery compatible.


Is this the older style battery they are phasing out?
Don't really understand why power tools; that aren't designed to be handheld; need to be battery powered.
DodgeySolenoid14/06/2020 12:39

Don't really understand why power tools; that aren't designed to be …Don't really understand why power tools; that aren't designed to be handheld; need to be battery powered.


Just about to comment something similar, of all the tools that need convenience of no leads this has to be way down the list. Not hating just not really seeing much of a need! Haven’t voted either way.
DodgeySolenoid14/06/2020 12:39

Don't really understand why power tools; that aren't designed to be …Don't really understand why power tools; that aren't designed to be handheld; need to be battery powered.


If you don't have power running to, for instance, the shed in which you work, then it may make sense to get something cordless to work with if you're an infrequent DIYer. Though I'm not sure the price difference is worth it over the inconvenience of several extensions or what have you.
Edited by: "GreenVertigoFox" 14th Jun
Brought this yesterday as everywhere else seems out of stock. If the power is adequate, then takes the hassle out of running cables. Slightly nervous about how long the battery lasts but will give it a test this week.
GreenVertigoFox14/06/2020 12:58

If you don't have power running to, for instance, the shed in which you …If you don't have power running to, for instance, the shed in which you work, then it may make sense to get something cordless to work with if you're an infrequent DIYer. Though I'm not sure the price difference is worth it over the inconvenience of several extensions or what have you.


Or even a generator, would make better sense.
Edited by: "DodgeySolenoid" 14th Jun
Shah_AlivUs14/06/2020 11:43

Becareful. It's ferrex but not ferrex Active battery compatible.


I'd be more worried about which courier thay use to deliver it!

Just a word of caution but they use the courier "XPD" to deliver items purchased online in some cases, taking weeks to deliver items,

You better check the reviews of this cowboy outfit on Trustpilot (XDP) before you make a decision that may cause you a lot of stress!

A lot of very bad experiences, especially if an item arrives damaged and you need to return.

You cannot take to local store and can wait weeks/months for collection and refunds.

Seems like they are the new worst courier in the UK.
Hey @w1l thanks for posting your first deal! Nice find
DodgeySolenoid14/06/2020 12:39

Don't really understand why power tools; that aren't designed to be …Don't really understand why power tools; that aren't designed to be handheld; need to be battery powered.


Fancy pants at the moment so everyone needs to have every device battery powered 🤪
Lakesman15/06/2020 10:12

I'd be more worried about which courier thay use to deliver it!Just a word …I'd be more worried about which courier thay use to deliver it!Just a word of caution but they use the courier "XPD" to deliver items purchased online in some cases, taking weeks to deliver items,You better check the reviews of this cowboy outfit on Trustpilot (XDP) before you make a decision that may cause you a lot of stress!A lot of very bad experiences, especially if an item arrives damaged and you need to return.You cannot take to local store and can wait weeks/months for collection and refunds.Seems like they are the new worst courier in the UK.


Bought two large items from Aldi who used XPD, both items never turned up, one retuned damaged before getting too us and one XPD said they didn't have it and Aldi said they did! They are a terrible delivery company.
Edited by: "redace" 15th Jun
redace15/06/2020 18:09

Bought two large items from Aldi who used XPD, both items never turned up, …Bought two large items from Aldi who used XPD, both items never turned up, one retuned damaged before getting too us and one XPD said they didn't have it and Aldi said they did! They are a terrible delivery company.


Well, my item (Ferrex Planer/Thicknesser) eventually turned up today, but only after I spent and hour trying to find a non-premium contact number for them.

I did find 01274 657530, which I assume is for the head office, as the girl had my records, but not delivery info. But she did give me the direct number of my local delivery depot, which is 50 miles away.

I made it quite clear when I got through to the local depot that I wanted my item today and that I'd even comer and collect it and the guy said he phone the driver and low and behold it was here by mid afternoon.

I doubt my words had anything to do with it and it would have turned up anyway, but these cheapskate companies have a habit of updating the tracking, stating "carded" (attempted delivery) even though they were never even near.

My guess is it's near the end of their shift/tacho and with myself being quite far out from the depot, get left until another time.

It's happened before and I dare say it will happen again, but at least my item arrived.

Good luck anyone who uses ALDI / XDP!
Edited by: "Lakesman" 15th Jun
Lakesman15/06/2020 10:12

I'd be more worried about which courier thay use to deliver it!Just a word …I'd be more worried about which courier thay use to deliver it!Just a word of caution but they use the courier "XPD" to deliver items purchased online in some cases, taking weeks to deliver items,You better check the reviews of this cowboy outfit on Trustpilot (XDP) before you make a decision that may cause you a lot of stress!A lot of very bad experiences, especially if an item arrives damaged and you need to return.You cannot take to local store and can wait weeks/months for collection and refunds.Seems like they are the new worst courier in the UK.



Yep totally agree, I had a delayed delivery by XDP of a patio table from Aldi and it took 3 weeks to arrive, It's still showing on the tracking as being in it's second delivery depot.
My first and hopefully last delivery from these muppets.
DodgeySolenoid14/06/2020 12:39

Don't really understand why power tools; that aren't designed to be …Don't really understand why power tools; that aren't designed to be handheld; need to be battery powered.


One less trip hazard for a clumsy person to fall over, myself included.
Zaxxan29/06/2020 08:42

One less trip hazard for a clumsy person to fall over, myself included.


Perhaps you shouldn't be using power tools in the first place if you're that clumsy.
DodgeySolenoid29/06/2020 08:52

Perhaps you shouldn't be using power tools in the first place if you're …Perhaps you shouldn't be using power tools in the first place if you're that clumsy.


You are probably right, unfortunately I have bills to pay.
Zaxxan29/06/2020 09:10

You are probably right, unfortunately I have bills to pay.


Take a little bit more time and extra care then mate. Try not to rush, as I don't what you getting tangled up with these power tools. Stay safe
DodgeySolenoid29/06/2020 09:35

Take a little bit more time and extra care then mate. Try not to rush, as …Take a little bit more time and extra care then mate. Try not to rush, as I don't what you getting tangled up with these power tools. Stay safe


Cheers DodgeySolenid. I'll try my best
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