Guild 250w Multi Tool with attachments £27.29 @ Argos C&C
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Guild 250w Multi Tool with attachments £27.29 @ Argos C&C

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Found 13th JunMade hot 17th Jun
As above

Was £ 33.99

Might be useful for Father's Day or any day depending on your circumstances

Hope it helps someone.

The Guild Multi-function Tool is perfect for all of your DIY needs. With a power output of 250 watts the oscillating technology and choice of speed allows total control when working on a range of materials. The universal interface fits accessories from any brand and will assist in cutting, sawing, scraping and sanding. Efficient and safe.

All Guild power tools are built to last and come with a free 2 year guarantee. So whether you are using a drill to put up a shelf or using a mitre saw to cut decking, you know with Guild power tools the products are built to last.
250 watts.
Variable speed up to 20000rpm.
Soft grip handle.
Cord length of 2.5m.
Multi function.
Includes End cutting blade, semi-circle saw blade, sanding pad, 3 sanding sheets, allen key.
Weight 1.2kg.
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee (excludes professional use).
EAN: 5053721919514.

14 Comments

Bought one of these from Maplins from a deal on here last year. It came in handy while doing my bathroom, great tool to have, heat added Penny

Excellent quality tools for light usage. Bought a Guild reciprocating saw and it is superb.

This would be absolutely fine for DiY projects - and at a fraction of the price of the better known names.

othen

This would be absolutely fine for DiY projects - and at a fraction of the … This would be absolutely fine for DiY projects - and at a fraction of the price of the better known names.


I got mine for £9.99 last year in Maplins sale, what a bargain

Would one of these be able to cut through some aluminium trim (2mm thick max)?

Stompa

Would one of these be able to cut through some aluminium trim (2mm thick … Would one of these be able to cut through some aluminium trim (2mm thick max)?


Would that be for a tiling trim if so it would with the right cutting blade. Keep an eye out for cheap cutting blades at Lidl, hope this helps.

summerof76

Would that be for a tiling trim if so it would with the right cutting … Would that be for a tiling trim if so it would with the right cutting blade. Keep an eye out for cheap cutting blades at Lidl, hope this helps.


No, it's actually for some aluminium trim which covers the end of some triple polycarbonate sheeting on a conservatory roof! This sort of thing:

professionalbuildingsupplies.co.uk/pro…93/

Stompa

No, it's actually for some aluminium trim which covers the end of some … No, it's actually for some aluminium trim which covers the end of some triple polycarbonate sheeting on a conservatory roof! This sort of thing:https://www.professionalbuildingsupplies.co.uk/products/sheet-end-closures-493/


Personally I would cut it with a large hack saw, should go through it nice and easy with a new blade

illy19651 h, 26 m ago

Personally I would cut it with a large hack saw, should go through it nice …Personally I would cut it with a large hack saw, should go through it nice and easy with a new blade


It would, but it's in an awkward location (attached to the conservatory) where there isn't room to get a hacksaw to it. But there is room for a multi tool I think, it's just a question of whether it would cut through it? The other possibility would be a wire saw of some sort, e.g.

silverlinetools.com/en-…879

but they seem to get pretty lousy reviews.





Stompa

It would, but it's in an awkward location (attached to the conservatory) … It would, but it's in an awkward location (attached to the conservatory) where there isn't room to get a hacksaw to it. But there is room for a multi tool I think, it's just a question of whether it would cut through it? The other possibility would be a wire saw of some sort, e.g.http://www.silverlinetools.com/en-GB/Products/Plumbing/Pipe Cutters/868879but they seem to get pretty lousy reviews.


I have used a Multi tool for a similiar job so you shouldnt have any problems as long as you have the room to get at it, there are different types of blade which give a degree of versatility regards which way you can angle the blade to the item to be cut. As summerof76 stated Lidl do a pack of assorted blades for about £7 which should do the job offerscheck.co.uk/par…065
Edited by: "SCOUSEKEVIN" 17th Jun

SCOUSEKEVIN49 m ago

I have used a Multi tool for a similiar job so you shouldnt have any …I have used a Multi tool for a similiar job so you shouldnt have any problems as long as you have the room to get at it, there are different types of blade which give a degree of versatility regards which way you can angle the blade to the item to be cut. As summerof76 stated Lidl do a pack of assorted blades for about £7 which should do the job https://www.offerscheck.co.uk/parkside-multi-purpose-tool-accessories-set/lidl/2014/kw-50/228065


Thanks, that's very useful.

Stompa

Would one of these be able to cut through some aluminium trim (2mm thick … Would one of these be able to cut through some aluminium trim (2mm thick max)?



Hi
Yes, I can confirm you can easily do that
Not sure about the blade that come with it though
I went to wickes and got a blade for 4.99 (expensive but i needed quick)
The blade cut through a 10mm bolt underneath a car

never quite understood these tools what do they do? is it like a saw? cut wood mdf, bathroom tiles? etc

can i polish my car with this?
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