Multi-Purpose Oscillating Tool £29.99 @ Lidl from thursday
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Multi-Purpose Oscillating Tool £29.99 @ Lidl from thursday

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Found 3rd Feb 2013
Got one of these last year, very good tool very useful. Uses the same attachments as the Bosch.



Description

For sawing, cutting, scraping and sanding
Accessories include 1 metal segment blade, 2 plunge cut saw blades, 1 scraper blade, 1
delta sanding pad and 18 sanding sheets
Tool attachments can be inserted at various angles
Easy tool change with hex key (included)
Ergonomic design for left- or right-handers
With connection for external dust extraction
3 year manufacturer’s warranty



Product features:

Speed: 15,000 - 21,000rpm
Motor: 280W
Weight: 1.5kg
Cable length: 4m




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Bought the orbital sander from Lidl made by the same company and was well impressed so this is next on my list.
Thanks for the heads up.
tommie1shunt

Bought the orbital sander from Lidl made by the same company and was well … Bought the orbital sander from Lidl made by the same company and was well impressed so this is next on my list.Thanks for the heads up.



I find all the Parkside branded tools to be decent.
Very tempting......must resist!
I bought my husband this one, he thought it was great did the job! Please be aware some stores are selling it at £23.99 (kirkcaldy branch) Glenrothes branch was £29.99!
I tried to get one last year but all stores around me in Bournemoth sold out very quickly. I will get up earlier on Thursday.

I have several different "Parkside" sanders, all work as well as any other make, including Bosch. They are all excellent value and come with a 3 year warranty. Compare that to Black and Decker, Bosch, et al!
tempting!
I may be wrong, but I always thought if you had a problem with any of the lidl's items you had to send them to Germany for the repair, which doesn't make it such an attractive warranty. Having said that, it does look a good piece of kit. Can anyone comment on how it compares with the CEL multi tool that I've had an eye on for awhile?
Couldnt beat a good Oscillating Tool
It looks functionally similar to this at £22.94 (incl postage):

hotukdeals.com/dea…071
michaelwww

It looks functionally similar to this at £22.94 (incl … It looks functionally similar to this at £22.94 (incl postage):http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/challenge-xtreme-200w-handy-tool-kit-mains-powered-oscillating-cutting-sanding-scraping-1459071



That one is 200W, this is 280W.
The most useful piece of kit since the electic drill - great if you need to cut floorboards along joists
I have the Aldi equivalent - don't know how we did some jobs before these were invented! Excellent tool and I'm sure the Lidl one is at least as good.
vegasbaby

I may be wrong, but I always thought if you had a problem with any of the … I may be wrong, but I always thought if you had a problem with any of the lidl's items you had to send them to Germany for the repair, which doesn't make it such an attractive warranty.



Aldi tried that one on me once but you just need a polite conversation with them about Sale of Goods Act, etc. Store staff haven't a clue but regional manager couldn't have been more helpful! Key point is that your contract is with the retailer, NOT the manufacturer.
Would the sander on this work to take a door a few mm up as its dragging on a new carpet installed?

Instore only or can be ordered online?
I have the Bosch version & like others have said they're a great piece of kit, especially for floorboards. Good for fitting laminate and cutouts for switches in plasterboard etc....
Anyone know of any good deals on the blades? Can be a bit pricey....
michaelwww

It looks functionally similar to this at £22.94 (incl … It looks functionally similar to this at £22.94 (incl postage):http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/challenge-xtreme-200w-handy-tool-kit-mains-powered-oscillating-cutting-sanding-scraping-1459071



More power, longer warranty, better brand (by reputation).............
No doubt the Argos one will do the job a couple of times but I'd certainly pay the little extra for the Lidl one (or Aldi when they have them).
onezeon

Would the sander on this work to take a door a few mm up as its dragging … Would the sander on this work to take a door a few mm up as its dragging on a new carpet installed?Instore only or can be ordered online?



Probably take you all day to do that with one of these.
Anyone know if there's a buffering head? Would be nice to use to wax the car with if possible.
Good deal. For the record, these are made by a bosch subsidary in germany - and are excellent quality.
gauravity

Anyone know if there's a buffering head? Would be nice to use to wax the … Anyone know if there's a buffering head? Would be nice to use to wax the car with if possible.



You want a random obital polisher for that, a rotary poslisher will burn through the paint unless you know exactly how to use them.
webrits

I have the Bosch version & like others have said they're a great piece of … I have the Bosch version & like others have said they're a great piece of kit, especially for floorboards. Good for fitting laminate and cutouts for switches in plasterboard etc.... Anyone know of any good deals on the blades? Can be a bit pricey....



Saxton blades.
onezeon

Would the sander on this work to take a door a few mm up as its dragging … Would the sander on this work to take a door a few mm up as its dragging on a new carpet installed?Instore only or can be ordered online?



Unscrew the hinges, invert and clamp the door so its stable and use a plane (electric or manual) to shave the door evenly - preferably top and bottom (be careful not to go through the frame - you only get 5mm or so unless its a solid door). This will just mangle it and you will never get a nice finish.
webrits

Probably take you all day to do that with one of these.



Could you use a blade to cut a few mm off...then sand it smooth?
Tyranicus66

Unscrew the hinges, invert and clamp the door so its stable and use a … Unscrew the hinges, invert and clamp the door so its stable and use a plane (electric or manual) to shave the door evenly - preferably top and bottom (be careful not to go through the frame - you only get 5mm or so unless its a solid door). This will just mangle it and you will never get a nice finish.



Cheers for reply.

Not got a lot of tools (clamps,planes etc) so was hoping this would work as I need to cut hard board soon as well
Tyranicus66

Saxton blades.



Thanks
Would this be good for the Mother-in-Law?
Tyranicus66

Unscrew the hinges, invert and clamp the door so its stable and use a … Unscrew the hinges, invert and clamp the door so its stable and use a plane (electric or manual) to shave the door evenly - preferably top and bottom (be careful not to go through the frame - you only get 5mm or so unless its a solid door). This will just mangle it and you will never get a nice finish.

There should be no need to trim any off the top of the door, so beware and just plane the bottom carefully and offer it back up a couple of times until you are happy with it then run a piece of sandpaper over the edges of the new cut to stop catching.
Just laying 35m of laminate so will get one of these, thanks and heat.
+ paint the bottom the door - if its in the kitchen or utlity room. The unpainted edge can absorb water and swell. To be clear only shave the top if you need to take more than 5mm off or you risk going throught the frame.
Assuming it's an egg carton hollow door...
X)Just what i need,looked at the pricier options and was waiting for a deal but this more than fits the bill and going by the comments it's a good reliable tool,thankyou mccrirrick it's an odds on winner ! Heat to you........8)

Edited by: "londonlee" 3rd Feb 2013
Better be quick - these things sell out fast!
Edited by: "Besford" 3rd Feb 2013
Are these in store only on Thursday?

Or can you order online
The Parkside brand is basically a Bosch (It is in fact made by them), great quality and price as well.
these are great, i have the bosh one from when it was on offer (dad has 'borrowed' it ) may have to get another one in case i dont get it back.
Mister_Whippy

The Parkside brand is basically a Bosch (It is in fact made by them), … The Parkside brand is basically a Bosch (It is in fact made by them), great quality and price as well.



They are actually part of the Einhell group IIRC. So basically cheaply made tat from China that is rebranded and imported. They are nothing to do with Bosch lol.
Blades etc on sale same day..says they fir most of these multi tools. Blades can cost as much as one set of Lidl
alexs80

Blades etc on sale same day..says they fir most of these multi tools. … Blades etc on sale same day..says they fir most of these multi tools. Blades can cost as much as one set of Lidl



Yeah, I'll be getting more blades on thursday.
alexs80

Blades etc on sale same day..says they fir most of these multi tools. … Blades etc on sale same day..says they fir most of these multi tools. Blades can cost as much as one set of Lidl


And more besides,I was looking in B&Q for some for mt Bosch multitool and they range from £12 to £24 each..
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