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Lidl 12V Cordless Multi-Grinder and Accessories Set £16.99 on Sunday 22nd
Lidl 12V Cordless Multi-Grinder and Accessories Set £16.99 on Sunday 22nd

Lidl 12V Cordless Multi-Grinder and Accessories Set £16.99 on Sunday 22nd

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Easy attachment with quick release SPINDLE LOCK

Steplessly adjustable speed

Including battery charging station with control indicator

Li-ion technology

No memory effect

Low self-discharge

Constantly high performance

Compact design

Included accessories: 44 attachments, 5 collets (1 pre-assembled) and 1 change tool

Technical specifications:

Battery: Li-ion 12 V / 1,300 mAh

Charging time: approx. 3 hours

Speed: 5,000-25,000 min

https://www.lidl.de/media/product/0/2/3/8/7/7/8/parkside-akku-feinbohrschleifer-pfbs-12-a1.jpg
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23 Comments

I have the older 10v version of this, it's been useful for some odd jobs, and Lidl's prices, quality and warranty for DIY tools are good enough for me. Sometimes there's no need to focus on Dremel, Bosch, etc.

If I could order online I would have bought this!

Original Poster

The link to the item on lidl's website now seems to be broken (it was working, I checked after I posted it), some issue with this site I guess:-

lidl.co.uk/en/…=12

Great for doing dog nails, if you don't like using clippers like me. I have a cordless dremel which works a treat.

Had this and the older one for ages it is good quality and works well. Wish I needed another lol.

I've just seen that it's in a plastic case, now I am going to buy one, the old ones are in a cardboard box, thanks for posting, heat added.

Original Poster

Darryl1234

If I could order online I would have bought this!



You could if you lived in Germany:- lidl.de/de/…778

They didn't even bother to mention the max rpm or that it's got a lithium battery on the uk site.

I use one of these to remove dead skin from my feet, also use it to grind the head of my verucas before applying verucas acid.

POWYSWALES

I use one of these to remove dead skin from my feet, also use it to grind … I use one of these to remove dead skin from my feet, also use it to grind the head of my verucas before applying verucas acid.


Rather industrial...

G0OSE

Great for doing dog nails, if you don't like using clippers like me. I … Great for doing dog nails, if you don't like using clippers like me. I have a cordless dremel which works a treat.



​Those are claws.

POWYSWALES

I use one of these to remove dead skin from my feet, also use it to grind … I use one of these to remove dead skin from my feet, also use it to grind the head of my verucas before applying verucas acid.



I use a belt sander cos it's faster

vulcanproject

I use a belt sander cos it's faster



What's the matter with you two?

Can't you get your feet up on the bench to the grinder?
Edited by: "zel69" 18th Jan

Original Poster

POWYSWALES

I use one of these to remove dead skin from my feet, also use it to grind … I use one of these to remove dead skin from my feet, also use it to grind the head of my verucas before applying verucas acid.



eww, I don't think I wanted to know that!

this what you use for taking rough edges of metal and polishing ?

as got a coffee boiler to clean of burnt milk
Edited by: "ijwia" 18th Jan

I've got a Dremel 3000. Is this similar or is the Dremel better? It's for arts & crafts.

Original Poster

Loubou

I've got a Dremel 3000. Is this similar or is the Dremel better? It's for … I've got a Dremel 3000. Is this similar or is the Dremel better? It's for arts & crafts.



The dremel appears to be a mains one, more power, higher rpm (33,000 vs 25,000), and probably more compact.

So the dremel wins, unless you want cordless, but then it does cost twice as much. *I guess with its lower minimum rpm, the Lidl one might be the more suited of the two for grinding down verrucas *
Edited by: "melted" 19th Jan

melted

The dremel appears to be a mains one, more power, higher rpm (33,000 vs … The dremel appears to be a mains one, more power, higher rpm (33,000 vs 25,000), and probably more compact. So the dremel wins, unless you want cordless, but then it does cost twice as much. *I guess with its lower minimum rpm, the Lidl one might be the more suited of the two for grinding down verrucas *



Thank you for your reply. The attractive feature about the Lidl one is the fact that it is cordless so it can be more mobile. I like my Dremel but it's corded.

Original Poster

Picked up one today, seems ok. They had plenty in my local.

melted

Picked up one today, seems ok. They had plenty in my local.



​I got one too. I also got the soldering iron and the steam brush. I need to stay away from Lidl and Aldi. lol X)

are they compatible with dremel accessories?

Original Poster

jonnymill

are they compatible with dremel accessories?



I don't have any dremel bits to test in it, but it does come with 5 collets, the maximum size is 3.2mm (1/8") so I expect so.

jonnymill

are they compatible with dremel accessories?



Yes,

Also an accessories set for sale today today, along with a bunch of dremel fitting stuff.

Just picked the last one up locally, seems like a steal at 17.00 as I have wanted a dremel for so long but could not justify paying the asking price

Thanks for bringing this to my attention
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