Guild Bench Grinder £16.59 @ Argos C&C
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Guild Bench Grinder £16.59 @ Argos C&C

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Found 28th Sep 2017
As above. ( was £24.99 allegedly )

Handy to have in your cave / shed / garage / workshop.

2 year warranty

The Guild Bench Grinder is ideal for shaping, smoothing, sharpening and polishing metal. Easily mountable, this 150 watt grinder can be fitted securely to your workbench. Two 150mm discs, a dust-proof switch, a safety work rest and a sight guard to protect your eyes are also included.

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.
150 watts.
Disc size 150mm.
Metal disc.
1 disc.
Max speed 2950rpm.
1 speed setting.
Slider switch.
1 handle positions.
Accessories included: 2 grinding wheels pre-assembled. 2 work rests. 2 eye shields.
Use for ideal for metal shaping, smoothing, sharpening and polishing.
Cord length of 2m.
Size H23, W18.8 and D32.3cm.
Weight 7.3kg.
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
EAN: 5053721919323.
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pennyfarthing883 m ago

used it loads from sharpening tools and blades


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I game too much. Sorry.
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 28th Sep 2017
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AndrewHu7 m ago

I could have done with one of these but I couldn't justify the cost. Is …I could have done with one of these but I couldn't justify the cost. Is this one any good or is it one of those things that's so cheap you shouldn't bother?

I've got one and it's been a very useful tool to have - used it loads from sharpening tools and blades to grinding down metal - steel and wrought iron, no issues whatsoever.

150w is generally plenty as the secret is to let the wheels do the work - press on too much to the point the wheels slow or stop and I would argue your doing it wrong, just my opinion others will have theirs.

At this price it's a good bit of kit to have.
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I could have done with one of these but I couldn't justify the cost. Is this one any good or is it one of those things that's so cheap you shouldn't bother?
Original Poster
AndrewHu7 m ago

I could have done with one of these but I couldn't justify the cost. Is …I could have done with one of these but I couldn't justify the cost. Is this one any good or is it one of those things that's so cheap you shouldn't bother?

I've got one and it's been a very useful tool to have - used it loads from sharpening tools and blades to grinding down metal - steel and wrought iron, no issues whatsoever.

150w is generally plenty as the secret is to let the wheels do the work - press on too much to the point the wheels slow or stop and I would argue your doing it wrong, just my opinion others will have theirs.

At this price it's a good bit of kit to have.
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pennyfarthing883 m ago

used it loads from sharpening tools and blades


32120631-wvdGc.jpg
I game too much. Sorry.
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 28th Sep 2017
This will fit the bill for light and infrequent use but it's underpowered for serious work.
Great deal pennyf
Nice find. Gets excellent reviews on the Argos site. Don't think you can go wrong for the money and warranty. Off to get it later cheers
Ordered, thanks.
Great pric
Bought one when Lidl had them cheap, don't know why as I never used it.
I don't need to grind my bench, though?
M1LFHunter31 m ago

I don't need to grind my bench, though?



You never no when you might.
Don't no why but thought of pawn on seeing this.
I have one of these which hubby uses, heat added
Bought one because of the lovely colour, if it had been dark blue or grey would not have bothered
32128385-VUQzc.jpgThanks OP!
DRRINK29th Sep

Great pric

That's what she said!
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