Ferrex 900w Biscuit Joiner £44.99 delivered at Aldi
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Ferrex 900w Biscuit Joiner £44.99 delivered at Aldi

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Expires on 31/07/2020Posted 13th May
If you ever needed to join Biscuits together and find yourself ripping your hair out like GaryBaldys Ginger Nut? just take a Time out and chill with a glass of Bourbon cause i found a Wafer you to do it.

Save yourself from being constantly Biscoff'd by trying to join them using a Blue Ribband and your Fingers, Join the Club and realise how Nice this will do the job, Oreo too scared to find out?

You might think im Kippling with you, but at £44.99 you dont even have to be Rich Tea buy it. 100% not taking the Biscuit here..........im joining them.



Contents

1 x Biscuit jointer
1 x Dust bag with zip fastener
1 x Adjustable auxiliary handle
1 x Pair of carbon brushes
1 x Wrench
60 x Wooden biscuits (20 x size 0, 20 piece size 10, 20 piece size 20)
1 x BMC
1 x Hex key

Features
Input power 900 Watt
No load speed: 0 - 10,800rpm
Adjustable cutting angle: -45° - +90°
Maximum cutting depth: 0 - 19mm
Milling Ø: 100mm, thickness: 4mm, core: 22mm
Spindle: M10
Protection class: II
Soft grip handle
Real VDE cable 3.5m with moulded British Standard plug

Guarantee/Warranty
3 Years
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Heat purely for the witty post
Thanks for getting me to google what a "Biscuit Joiner" is.
With your description it just reminded me of the old advert "If you want a bit more chocolate on your biscuit join our Club"
cannotthinkofone13/05/2020 09:42

Afraid not, only biscuits not cakes.


No VAT is charged on plain biscuits or cakes. But when a biscuit is covered in chocolate it becomes a luxury and standard rate VAT at 20% is added to the price. Mcvities, the market leaders for Jaffa Cakes added chocolate to the cake and tangy orange base, so classifying them as cakes, not biscuits.

.........I tried to get away with not having to pay VAT on my business invoices once, they weren't impressed when they got back invoices that were covered in Melted chocolate and orange pieces
Edited by: "mango888" 13th May
Cuts a hole for small bits of wood (called a biscuit) to slot into. Kinda like a dowel but stronger.

Great post!
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Heat purely for the witty post
As above, heat for a great read 😁
Don't need one, but for the post wit have some heat
Voted cold just for the garribaldi joke
No idea what this does but was tempted to buy this setting the great description.
Thanks for getting me to google what a "Biscuit Joiner" is.
With your description it just reminded me of the old advert "If you want a bit more chocolate on your biscuit join our Club"
Is it compatible with Jaffa Cakes?
superspod13/05/2020 09:39

Is it compatible with Jaffa Cakes?


Afraid not, only biscuits not cakes.
What a jammy Dodger
cannotthinkofone13/05/2020 09:42

Afraid not, only biscuits not cakes.


No VAT is charged on plain biscuits or cakes. But when a biscuit is covered in chocolate it becomes a luxury and standard rate VAT at 20% is added to the price. Mcvities, the market leaders for Jaffa Cakes added chocolate to the cake and tangy orange base, so classifying them as cakes, not biscuits.

.........I tried to get away with not having to pay VAT on my business invoices once, they weren't impressed when they got back invoices that were covered in Melted chocolate and orange pieces
Edited by: "mango888" 13th May
Do you need this for getting the custard into a custard cream?
Great post! Think the 60 wooden biscuits might be preferable to my lockdown baking attempts and a lot easier to Digestive..... sorry!

Have some heat for the laughs
mango88813/05/2020 09:50

No VAT is charged on plain biscuits or cakes. But when a biscuit is …No VAT is charged on plain biscuits or cakes. But when a biscuit is covered in chocolate it becomes a luxury and standard rate VAT at 20% is added to the price. Mcvities, the market leaders for Jaffa Cakes added chocolate to the cake and tangy orange base, so classifying them as cakes, not biscuits..........I tried to get away with not having to pay VAT on my business invoices once, they weren't impressed when they got back invoices that were covered in Melted chocolate and orange pieces


Did you ask them "how much if I'm paying with cash"
mango88813/05/2020 09:50

No VAT is charged on plain biscuits or cakes. But when a biscuit is …No VAT is charged on plain biscuits or cakes. But when a biscuit is covered in chocolate it becomes a luxury and standard rate VAT at 20% is added to the price. Mcvities, the market leaders for Jaffa Cakes added chocolate to the cake and tangy orange base, so classifying them as cakes, not biscuits..........I tried to get away with not having to pay VAT on my business invoices once, they weren't impressed when they got back invoices that were covered in Melted chocolate and orange pieces


Jaffa cakes are classified as cakes due to how the base is made, and what it's made of, more than what coverings/fillings it includes

Also, they stale as they age, which doesn't happen to biscuits
cannotthinkofone13/05/2020 09:42

Afraid not, only biscuits not cakes.


That's a shame, price would come down without the biscuit VAT.
egrayn13/05/2020 10:15

Did you ask them "how much if I'm paying with cash"


i even threw in the ol "Cash on collection though.......how much?"
mango88813/05/2020 09:50

No VAT is charged on plain biscuits or cakes. But when a biscuit is …No VAT is charged on plain biscuits or cakes. But when a biscuit is covered in chocolate it becomes a luxury and standard rate VAT at 20% is added to the price. Mcvities, the market leaders for Jaffa Cakes added chocolate to the cake and tangy orange base, so classifying them as cakes, not biscuits..........I tried to get away with not having to pay VAT on my business invoices once, they weren't impressed when they got back invoices that were covered in Melted chocolate and orange pieces


I didn't even ask.
Craig_Faulds13/05/2020 09:16

Heat purely for the witty post


Was thinking the exact same thing!! Great work
Where’s the best place to order the biscuits to go with this tool?
Cuts a hole for small bits of wood (called a biscuit) to slot into. Kinda like a dowel but stronger.

Great post!
Is it possible to use for the biscuits already fallen in to the tea?
Can I join a packet of Hobnobs together to make the ultimate dunk? If so, I’m in
Nice
I have this. Good for the price. You get a selection of biscuits in the box to start you off. Very detailed instructions on how to join different joints.
pr2thej13/05/2020 11:04

Cuts a hole for small bits of wood (called a biscuit) to slot into. Kinda …Cuts a hole for small bits of wood (called a biscuit) to slot into. Kinda like a dowel but stronger.Great post!


Drill bits make holes, a biscuit joiner cuts crescent shape slots.
nanlik13/05/2020 13:25

Drill bits make holes, a biscuit joiner cuts crescent shape slots.


i also like to call them 1/3 moon shaped openings
nanlik13/05/2020 13:25

Drill bits make holes, a biscuit joiner cuts crescent shape slots.


Thanks for clarifying the difference between a slot and a hole
arthurplank13/05/2020 13:05

If it's what you want that's a good price, personally, I wouldn't bother …If it's what you want that's a good price, personally, I wouldn't bother with biscuit joints.https://woodworkingformeremortals.com/is-a-biscuit-joiner-completely-useless/


Lol, watched that too. Yep, don't want one but heat added just for the description!
Took me a while to Digest(ive) all that.
Astec13/05/2020 14:06

Lol, watched that too. Yep, don't want one but heat added just for the …Lol, watched that too. Yep, don't want one but heat added just for the description!


Steve Ramsey put out a video after that one you linked saying that he was mistaken and that a decent biscuit jointer was occasionally useful.
is the YouTube video of that.

Personally I prefer dowels over biscuits. But it's important to remember that the purpose of loose tenons/dowels/biscuits is more about aligning faces than adding strength. Good quality wood glue is will be stronger than the wood around it.
Rob_Webb13/05/2020 15:32

Steve Ramsey put out a video after that one you linked saying that he was …Steve Ramsey put out a video after that one you linked saying that he was mistaken and that a decent biscuit jointer was occasionally useful. [Video] is the YouTube video of that.Personally I prefer dowels over biscuits. But it's important to remember that the purpose of loose tenons/dowels/biscuits is more about aligning faces than adding strength. Good quality wood glue is will be stronger than the wood around it.


Nope, I watched it to the end and he still thought it's not that useful
pr2thej13/05/2020 11:04

Cuts a hole for small bits of wood (called a biscuit) to slot into. Kinda …Cuts a hole for small bits of wood (called a biscuit) to slot into. Kinda like a dowel but stronger.Great post!


Dowels are stronger. Dominos on the other hand are stronger still, but you would need something like a Festool for that. Biscuits are best suited when alignment is required, they provide stability when setting two board or surfaces together but aren't terribly strong.
I use marshmallows to join my biscuits
Got to love biscuit jointers, great for doing long concealed mitre edges on MDF carcasses, boxes etc.
Not bad for those who need something like this. I’ll wait for a cookie cutter deal.
BadMF13/05/2020 10:50

Where’s the best place to order the biscuits to go with this tool?


probably amazon would be cheapest, they come in different sizes though.
toaster13/05/2020 20:36

Got to love biscuit jointers, great for doing long concealed mitre edges …Got to love biscuit jointers, great for doing long concealed mitre edges on MDF carcasses, boxes etc.


I absolutely detest them, saying that the ones ived used have been falling to bits
greendayadam13/05/2020 17:37

Dowels are stronger. Dominos on the other hand are stronger still, but you …Dowels are stronger. Dominos on the other hand are stronger still, but you would need something like a Festool for that. Biscuits are best suited when alignment is required, they provide stability when setting two board or surfaces together but aren't terribly strong.


Youd be surprised how strong they are really, paired up with a decent gorilla glue and they're just as good as a screws if you clamp them properly. Domino's are pretty good but very pricey.
Heat from me. I just love how these work and the name says it all
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