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Guild 145 Piece Rotary Tool Accessory Set now £10 with Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee @ Argos (Free Click & Collect)
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Guild 145 Piece Rotary Tool Accessory Set now £10 with Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee @ Argos (Free Click & Collect)

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Posted 26th Feb

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This set includes 145 of the most popular rotary accessories. Compatible with most rotary tools, they're great for use in DIY work such as drilling, sanding, polishing, grinding, cutting and more.


Free Click & Collect, plenty of stock right now.


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3 x collets, 16 x sanding bands, 1 x felt wheel pointed, 5 x felt wheels, 1 x wrench, 40 x sanding paper, 1 x rubber emery wheel, 1 x cloth wheel, 5 x cut off wheels fiberglass.

12 x grinding wheels, 1 x whet stone, 36 x cut off wheels, 2 x brushes, 6 x grinding wheels with shank, 2 x sanding shanks, 2 x mandrel for cut off wheels, 1 x mandrel for felt wheels, 1 x Hss cutter, 5 x diamond bit, 4 x Hss drill.

  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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The drill isn't included. It's a typo. Might be worth editing out
Predikuesi26/02/2020 08:53

The drill isn't included. It's a typo. Might be worth editing out


yeah just seen that myself, no idea why on there - will edit, cheers
these any good for cutting? Tried non dremel cutting bits in the past and they havent faired so well. Weird that the pics show it being used with combi drill, wouldnt have thought it would have high enough rpm
PennyTrader26/02/2020 09:03

https://www.ebuyer.com/438986-xenta-163-piece-rotary-tool-and-accessory-kit-ebdm-130b?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIhaS0l-3u5wIVxLTtCh0g9wTdEAQYEiABEgLgufD_BwETool included


Anyone know how this compares to a dremel?
gooeynote26/02/2020 10:03

Anyone know how this compares to a dremel?


I think these types of tools are much of a muchness to be honest, If it's occasional DIY use I'd buy cheap if using daily then yea probably the higher priced dremel it's all down to usage.
gooeynote26/02/2020 10:03

Anyone know how this compares to a dremel?


Dremel is ok until you use the cutting discs. The new system makes the central hub flimsy and quickly breaks. I'm sorry that I bought mine last year.
PennyTrader26/02/2020 09:03

https://www.ebuyer.com/438986-xenta-163-piece-rotary-tool-and-accessory-kit-ebdm-130b?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIhaS0l-3u5wIVxLTtCh0g9wTdEAQYEiABEgLgufD_BwETool included



That's not a bad price if the tool is any good. It seems there aren't many different speeds. The speeds are high.
My Dremel's speeds are too high. I never use the high speeds
Ebuyer put the price up now
PennyTrader26/02/2020 09:03

https://www.ebuyer.com/438986-xenta-163-piece-rotary-tool-and-accessory-kit-ebdm-130b?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIhaS0l-3u5wIVxLTtCh0g9wTdEAQYEiABEgLgufD_BwETool included


That's not a bad price at all. My Dremel 300 finally died a death last month, picked up one of the cheap cordless Parkside versions from Lidl but my chainsaw sharpener doesn't fit
steeble26/02/2020 09:02

these any good for cutting? Tried non dremel cutting bits in the past and …these any good for cutting? Tried non dremel cutting bits in the past and they havent faired so well. Weird that the pics show it being used with combi drill, wouldnt have thought it would have high enough rpm


Have you tried reinforced ones? I don't buy official Dremel accessories, but with cutting discs I make sure to get reinforced ones and they tend to last for ages.
gooeynote26/02/2020 16:09

Ebuyer put the price up now


Still showing as £19.97 marked down from £29 for me? Unless it was cheaper than that when you saw it.
reddragon10526/02/2020 23:16

Have you tried reinforced ones? I don't buy official Dremel accessories, …Have you tried reinforced ones? I don't buy official Dremel accessories, but with cutting discs I make sure to get reinforced ones and they tend to last for ages.


It's more the mounting method rather than disc that's an issue. Dremel ez mount works well. Ones where a screw holds the disc in place just let it spin
johnsquire33427/02/2020 01:23

Still showing as £19.97 marked down from £29 for me? Unless it was cheaper …Still showing as £19.97 marked down from £29 for me? Unless it was cheaper than that when you saw it.


It was showing £14.98
How does the 2 year guarantee work on this? Most of the items wear down very quickly, which is why there are multiple items of the same thing.
I have the ebuyer one and it's been excellent so far, highly recommend getting a flexible extension though as it makes using it much easier as you remove most of the bulk and weight. Got mine on amazon for a few quid iirc. Used it for all sorts but have bought some burrs for carving wood. Still on the original grinding discs though and have used on all sorts. Imagine the warranty only covers the actual tool as the rest will be consumables.
Bought a guild drill bit set and will be returning it, half of the driver bits have worn away and as for the drill bits.....well they aren't very strong and like to snap.
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