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Lidl parkside cordless screwdriver 3.6v/1.5Ah with rapid fire integrated bit holder (holster included!!) £14.99 instore
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Lidl parkside cordless screwdriver 3.6v/1.5Ah with rapid fire integrated bit holder (holster included!!) £14.99 instore

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Posted 15th Oct 2018

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The quick change mechanism on this will make you the fastest bit changer in the west, also includes a belt strap and holster (storage pouch) to add to the quick draw fun. Who says toys are only for kids? as a bonus also looks like a fairly decent screwdriver, and comes with Lidl 3 year warranty
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These are very weak, i believe that the maximum torque is 5nm and the speed is really low too.
I saw someone using this on a adult website
Someone uses this s...t ???
kennycrum15/10/2018 18:29

These are very weak, i believe that the maximum torque is 5nm and the …These are very weak, i believe that the maximum torque is 5nm and the speed is really low too.


The Bosch IXO cordless screwdriver has max torque 4.5nm torque I had one of those previously and it was plenty powerful for screws
andyp201615/10/2018 19:33

The Bosch IXO cordless screwdriver has max torque 4.5nm torque I had one …The Bosch IXO cordless screwdriver has max torque 4.5nm torque I had one of those previously and it was plenty powerful for screws


You and I have a very different definition of acceptable, you can buy a cheap cordless 12v drill for about £25 and that is the absolute minimum that i would consider using.
kennycrum13 m ago

You and I have a very different definition of acceptable, you can buy a …You and I have a very different definition of acceptable, you can buy a cheap cordless 12v drill for about £25 and that is the absolute minimum that i would consider using.


I also use a drill for screws if it's a big task eg. decking etc, this mini driver sits in a drawer in my house it's great for odd jobs. There is a market for these things, people like them and I use mine quite frequently and it does the job great. Don't buy it if you don't think it's acceptable but for those of us that use these 15 quid is a good price
Anyone picked of of these up ? Can you change out bits easily with the ones in the 'drum' - can those just pull out ? Ta
format2 h, 5 m ago

Anyone picked of of these up ? Can you change out bits easily with the …Anyone picked of of these up ? Can you change out bits easily with the ones in the 'drum' - can those just pull out ? Ta


You can change the bits by selecting the one you want to change, load it, pull it out like you would a normal bit, put in the new one and then that can be cycled through the drum as desired.

In terms of usefulness, these are great for taking apart or putting electrical goods together, most assembly jobs are good especially if you can attach sockets, opening wine bottles, grinding pepper, etc.
Not sure this is a 'good deal' considering it is always this price.
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