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Ferrex Wall Chaser £49.99 + free delivery at Aldi
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Ferrex Wall Chaser £49.99 + free delivery at Aldi

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Posted 11th Dec 2019

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I don't have one myself so can't comment on how well it does the job, but £50 for a wall chaser, and a three year warranty, isn't something you see everyday.


From the website description:

This Ferrex Wall Chaser is the perfect addition to your tool collection. The handy design takes the hard work out of chiselling, saving you time and energy to
spend on the more important things.


Contents

1 x Wall chaser
1 x Auxiliary handle
1 x Spanner for screw (loosen/tighten)
1 x Allen key for blade change
1 x Chisel for material removal
2 x Diamond cutting discs
1 x Carry case

Features

Aluminium guard
Auxiliary handle
Rubber mould, soft grip handle
Cut width: 8-30mm
Speed: 8500/min (approx.)
Blade: 125mm

Guarantee/Warranty

3 Years

Safety Warning

Keep away from children.
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12 Comments
My God do these create a lot of dust! Good value price though :-)
Mrlossy11/12/2019 15:35

My God do these create a lot of dust! Good value price though :-)


Yes, cover everything with dust sheets & always use a vac when in use. Will save lots of time & effort chasing with chisel & hammer.
Isn't this a bit like an angle grinder/circular saw in one?
U can just mark and use angle grinder.. no point using this
linhang9011/12/2019 16:47

U can just mark and use angle grinder.. no point using this


It you are just adding say a double socket then yes using an angle grinder is fine.
If you have loads to do the fixed width and depth will pay for itself in time saved. Also will look very professional.
linhang9011/12/2019 16:47

U can just mark and use angle grinder.. no point using this


Except this has adjustable width so only 1 pass needed, and has a dust nozzle that could be attached to a vacuum/bag by the looks of things to dramatically reduce dust, and the edge along the side can easily run along a straight edge that’s set up so things are nice and straight.
Other than that, very similar to using an angle grinder
We used to do this at work and even the big brand hilti wall chasers were crap

We ended up just using a 9"grinder with a dust extraction guard on it
ChambyR3311/12/2019 17:11

We used to do this at work and even the big brand hilti wall chasers were …We used to do this at work and even the big brand hilti wall chasers were crapWe ended up just using a 9"grinder with a dust extraction guard on it


Can it be done with 115mm angle grinder? Don't have the 225mm one.
I chased out a wall the other week to fit a Thermostatic shower, 4 lines 1m long. I used an angle grinder. I wore a mask and Goggles, I closed the door, and started. Halfway through the second line I could barely see 20cm in front of me. Still it did work. Id suggest getting a decent extracter or renting one if you plan to use one of these things in a furnished house
trex11/12/2019 21:18

Can it be done with 115mm angle grinder? Don't have the 225mm one.


Yea thats basically what this is
But this has a longer shaft to take 2 blades at once

We just used the big grinder as its got more grunt
ChambyR3312/12/2019 15:25

Yea thats basically what this is But this has a longer shaft to take 2 …Yea thats basically what this is But this has a longer shaft to take 2 blades at once We just used the big grinder as its got more grunt


Wall chasing is messy, even IF this only saves 10% of the dust created, that's a lot less dust to clear up afterwards, trust me..! (and a lot tidier cuts to boot)
This is the type of tool a pro sparky would use, although, THEY use Makita (usually)
Have a look on U tube(or wherever) see one in action, cracking bit of kit...IN THE RIGHT HANDS!..and the right substrate.
Heat from me for £50
(still on tool ban, so sadly dare not buy.. :-( )
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