Lidl 20v Range : Inc Parkside Impact Driver (bare) £19.99 June 24th + more
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Lidl 20v Range : Inc Parkside Impact Driver (bare) £19.99 June 24th + more

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Refreshed 21st Jun (Posted 16th Jun)
Its back, lidl are doing their 20v li ion range again on Sunday 24th of June and looks like they are available down south this time. They have the;

Impact driver £19.99
Sabre saw £29.99
Angle grinder £29.99

With no batteries but these can be bought separately;

Battery only (not sure of Ah) £11.99
Battery and charger £17.99

This impact driver has has good reviews in the past and is good value for 180nm torque.

TheParkside Cordless Impact Driver is an invaluable DIY tool that can be used to either loosen or drive screws and bolts. Featuring an automatic impact mechanism with high power delivery, this tool is perfectly suited to applications where high torque is needed. The non-slip soft-grip handle means it’s safe and comfortable to work with, and it’s conveniently cordless for ease of use. Like many of our Parkside tools, this impact driver is compatible with our 20V Li-Ion Battery & Charger (sold separately).

  • Controllable rotation speed
  • Hexagonal tool holder with quick release
  • Integrated LED work light
  • Non-slip soft grip handle
  • Left/right rotation and magnetic bit holder on both sides
  • Rated no-load rotation speed: 0–2,800rpm
  • Max. nominal impact rate: 3,600ipm
  • Max. torque: 180Nm
Battery and charger sold separately
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Rona7do1 h, 34 m ago

So the impact driver is pretty rubbish then right? looking to add an …So the impact driver is pretty rubbish then right? looking to add an impact to my list but sounds like it's not very good.


It's great but as usual people seem to be getting an impact driver confused wth an impact wrench. They are completely different tools. The latter is for difficult bolts, automotive jobs, tyres, etc, and usually air powered.
THIS is an impact driver, designed to put screws into wood better and faster than anything you've ever seen. It works by making tiny impacts very fast into the screw which drives it into the wood much better than a normal drill or driver would.
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I got the impact driver last time it was available and it's become one of my most used tools, for the price it's a real bargain!
2.0ah according to the website description. Will be grabbing the impact driver and charger set thanks
If anyone wants a 3ah battery finally kompernass have them back in stock, also useful for when lidl don't have the diy range on offer.

kompernass.com/ind…481
Edited by: "sillyoldbear" 16th Jun
Does anyone know if there tools are compatible with 18v titan batteries?
And a 4ah battery!
Anybody have the angle grinder? I fancy a cordless grinder, but £50 is too much for a cheapo if it's absolute rubbish.

The impact driver has had very mixed reviews; there's a video on YouTube where it struggles at around 80nm...
MoneyEyes2 h, 20 m ago

2.0ah according to the website description. Will be grabbing the impact …2.0ah according to the website description. Will be grabbing the impact driver and charger set thanks


Yeah the Ah weren't mentioned in the battery on its own section. Think I'll start to standardise on these tools/batteries. Will go for a drill and a circular saw if I had the choice but I'm not sure they do the latter.
championadam1 h, 22 m ago

The impact driver has had very mixed reviews; there's a video on YouTube …The impact driver has had very mixed reviews; there's a video on YouTube where it struggles at around 80nm...



Got a link to that video as there are lots on YouTube, often where its breaking bits and screw heads for having too much torque.

Here are a couple ...





The latter one does show it might have too much torque although the hardwood was at an angle and I'm not sure if a pilot hole would have been a good idea in that instance.
On the kompernass website they have a 20v Nailer/Stapler and a 20v Impact Wrench, as far as I am aware they have not been available in the UK Lidl stores, anybody seen them for sale here or have any knowledge that we are likely to see them anytime soon?

kompernass.com/ind…727
kompernass.com/ind…729
This is the torque test fail.

jack162324 m ago

On the kompernass website they have a 20v Nailer/Stapler and a 20v Impact …On the kompernass website they have a 20v Nailer/Stapler and a 20v Impact Wrench, as far as I am aware they have not been available in the UK Lidl stores, anybody seen them for sale here or have any knowledge that we are likely to see them anytime soon? https://www.kompernass.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=1727https://www.kompernass.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=1729


That nailer looks interesting! Might be worth contacting kompernass direct.
Edited by: "Maskarova" 16th Jun
championadam16th Jun

This is the torque test fail.[Video]


And torque test redeemed, people need to realise what this tool is it's not a half inch torque wrench! it's still a rubbish test but hey

sillyoldbear21 m ago

And torque test redeemed, people need to realise what this tool is it's …And torque test redeemed, people need to realise what this tool is it's not a half inch torque wrench! it's still a rubbish test but hey[Video]


Struggling to understand the discussion on the video where it failed at 80nm as its in German and the youtube app doesn't have a translate button. Seems similar to the car wheel test but with different results.

Also looking at the wrench version on the links above, I wonder if they have just changed the fitting to a half inch one as it looks pretty similar otherwise.
Edited by: "welshblob" 16th Jun
welshblob19 m ago

Struggling to understand the discussion on that video as its in German. …Struggling to understand the discussion on that video as its in German. Seems similar to the car wheel test but with different results. Also looking at the wrench version on the links above, I wonder if they have just changed the fitting to a half inch one as it looks pretty similar otherwise.


It's similar they are discussing contact transfer efficiency due to higher tolerances on better quality tooling ( The pos adapter he used in the first vid was acting as a torsion bar lowering the effective tourque)

And the actual torque wrench quoted wont be anything like this, it puts out 400nm so will truly take off wheel nuts and put them on Not that you should put them on with this)

lidl-service.com/sta…pdf
Edited by: "sillyoldbear" 16th Jun
Those Milwaukee impact extensions are great: I've been using them for a while and have yet to break one.

Cant see any reviews of the angle grinder.
sillyoldbear38 m ago

It's similar they are discussing contact transfer efficiency due to higher …It's similar they are discussing contact transfer efficiency due to higher tolerances on better quality tooling ( The pos adapter he used in the first vid was acting as a torsion bar lowering the effective tourque)And the actual torque wrench quoted wont be anything like this, it puts out 400nm so will truly take off wheel nuts and put them on Not that you should put them on with this)http://www.lidl-service.com/static/1661021807/292020_SV.pdf


Very similar footprint by the looks of it and it needs/comes with the 3Ah battery by default which i guess is to be expected. 400nm is impressive though and looking at an Italian test on you tube it only cost €60 there, not sure it that was bare or not.

Looking at this link they do seem to have quite a few tools in the range.

bateriasparkside.com/en/…-a1
Happy to say I will pick one of these up only because i have a parkside cordless circular saw phksa 20-li a1 and its the same battery pack and charger.
hhali3 h, 31 m ago

Does anyone know if there tools are compatible with 18v titan batteries?


No. Only aldi workzone
championadam3 h, 19 m ago

Anybody have the angle grinder? I fancy a cordless grinder, but £50 is too …Anybody have the angle grinder? I fancy a cordless grinder, but £50 is too much for a cheapo if it's absolute rubbish.The impact driver has had very mixed reviews; there's a video on YouTube where it struggles at around 80nm...


Thats on big 1/2 hex bolts. And the diametre is massive. These would have been tested on 1/4 or 3/8 to receive the full 180

I have one. My most used now
urbanbushwacker3 m ago

Happy to say I will pick one of these up only because i have a parkside …Happy to say I will pick one of these up only because i have a parkside cordless circular saw phksa 20-li a1 and its the same battery pack and charger.


Will keep a lookout for the circular saw next time.
sillyoldbear1 h, 32 m ago

And torque test redeemed, people need to realise what this tool is it's …And torque test redeemed, people need to realise what this tool is it's not a half inch torque wrench! it's still a rubbish test but hey[Video]


Exactly my point
hhali4 h, 15 m ago

Does anyone know if there tools are compatible with 18v titan batteries?


Has anyone tested if these "20V" batteries will fit Lidl's older 18 volt model?
melted2 h, 17 m ago

Has anyone tested if these "20V" batteries will fit Lidl's older 18 volt …Has anyone tested if these "20V" batteries will fit Lidl's older 18 volt model?


They don't, I've also had the impact for 2 years and it's a real beast for the money, I'm go na buy a spare and just keep up the loft for when it dies
championadam6 h, 21 m ago

Anybody have the angle grinder? I fancy a cordless grinder, but £50 is too …Anybody have the angle grinder? I fancy a cordless grinder, but £50 is too much for a cheapo if it's absolute rubbish.The impact driver has had very mixed reviews; there's a video on YouTube where it struggles at around 80nm...


I have the angle grinder so far so good, battery doesn't last a massive time so useful to have a spare. I use it more than my mains one as so much more convenient for smaller jobs. but for big jobs I'd want mains because of the battery life.
Would of been good for fathers day, shame
So to generalize would be ok for wheels?
werdas5 m ago

So to generalize would be ok for wheels?


Not really, this is an impact driver, you'd need an impact wrench. Parkside do have one in their line up I believe.
Considering the multitool
arjun31144 m ago

Considering the multitool


The 20v multitool is great.
androidavis19 m ago

The 20v multitool is great.


I'm only seeing a 12v version.
So the impact driver is pretty rubbish then right? looking to add an impact to my list but sounds like it's not very good.
arjun31146 m ago

I'm only seeing a 12v version.


Trust me they make a 20v version. Bought from lidl
Are the 12V multi tools any good?
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Rona7do1 h, 22 m ago

So the impact driver is pretty rubbish then right? looking to add an …So the impact driver is pretty rubbish then right? looking to add an impact to my list but sounds like it's not very good.


I've got one and it's great. Been using it for a year and it's not missed a beat. For the price it's very good value.
Rona7do1 h, 34 m ago

So the impact driver is pretty rubbish then right? looking to add an …So the impact driver is pretty rubbish then right? looking to add an impact to my list but sounds like it's not very good.


It's great but as usual people seem to be getting an impact driver confused wth an impact wrench. They are completely different tools. The latter is for difficult bolts, automotive jobs, tyres, etc, and usually air powered.
THIS is an impact driver, designed to put screws into wood better and faster than anything you've ever seen. It works by making tiny impacts very fast into the screw which drives it into the wood much better than a normal drill or driver would.
May be a silly question but are these on sale on the Sunday or is it some kind of ‘week commencing’ type description?

thanks
Bossworld17 m ago

May be a silly question but are these on sale on the Sunday or is it some …May be a silly question but are these on sale on the Sunday or is it some kind of ‘week commencing’ type description?thanks


See title of the deal, also repeated in deal description
Edited by: "androidavis" 16th Jun
androidavis7 h, 35 m ago

See title of the deal, also repeated in deal description


Wasn’t trying to be arsey about it, just haven’t seen many deals starting on a Sunday before! I guess the store deliveries will happen during the week.

I belive one of the threads suggested in previous times, they’d started to put stock out the night before so might try then as well to make sure I get one.

Thanks
Bossworld1 h, 19 m ago

Wasn’t trying to be arsey about it, just haven’t seen many deals starting o …Wasn’t trying to be arsey about it, just haven’t seen many deals starting on a Sunday before! I guess the store deliveries will happen during the week. I belive one of the threads suggested in previous times, they’d started to put stock out the night before so might try then as well to make sure I get one.Thanks


I didn’t think you were being arsy. We have all asked a similar question before when the answer was front and centre
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