Multicut saw blades £6.99 @ lidl from 8th
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Multicut saw blades £6.99 @ lidl from 8th

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Found 7th Dec 2014
Set of saw blades for the multi purpose tool Parkside but will fit the Bosch type too. Great price for these as they can cost that for just the one.

Set includes:
- Plungecut Saw Blade Z32 A2 & Z20 A2
- Scraper Blade Z52 A2
- Segment Saw Blade Z85 A2

LIDL not aldi
Starts Monday
- mas99

23 Comments

Title says Aldi, link takes you to Lidl ?

The deal is definitely at Lidl.

Its at Lidl but it does not start till Monday 8th

Found my Aldi set of blades better than the bosch set !

jmilsom

Found my Aldi set of blades better than the bosch set !



Absolutely agree, shows how much profit Bosch make from their branded accessories!

Can you still buy the tool?

Tyler Durden

Can you still buy the tool?



You can on Monday :- lidl.co.uk/en/…r=2

Or the Bosch one is on offer for £55.20 axminster.co.uk/bos…ies (I got mine when it was only £35).



Edited by: "melted" 7th Dec 2014

I believe whoever make parkside also make some Bosch parts. The Bosch impact driver bits a re exactly the same as the parkside. Another weird thing is parkside green is the same as bosch's DIY range.
Every parkside item I've ever bought has been as good as any branded item and I'll be stocking up on these thanks OP.

Btw, you cannot use these on the Aldi variant tool, as the centre hole is too small, although they can be drilled out, but a pain to have to do this.

Bought the Bosch tool from Argos on Friday £45. Definitely going to get some of these blades. Best tool I have ever bought

Cheers - never replaced my Bosch with Bosch. Used Saxton blades off Amazon. Will give Lidl ago.

I haven't used these Parkside blades before but I have used the Aldi Workzone one's and they didn't last half as long has the Bosch ones I replaced.

thelatics

Btw, you cannot use these on the Aldi variant tool, as the centre hole is … Btw, you cannot use these on the Aldi variant tool, as the centre hole is too small, although they can be drilled out, but a pain to have to do this.



Thanks for that I was just about to ask.... Shame they are different

found an (oddly dubbed) video of how these work (I've never used one before) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7RWzY489Aw

I need to make some cut-out holes and segments in some Ikea cabinets I'm looking to buy - would this be a good way to do it? I need to put some holes in the backs of some cabinets for ventilation, perhaps as well as mounting a small extractor fan.

davocc

found an (oddly dubbed) video of how these work (I've never used one … found an (oddly dubbed) video of how these work (I've never used one before) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7RWzY489AwI need to make some cut-out holes and segments in some Ikea cabinets I'm looking to buy - would this be a good way to do it? I need to put some holes in the backs of some cabinets for ventilation, perhaps as well as mounting a small extractor fan.


Ideal tool for the job you have in mind. I bought the tool for the same type of jobs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7RWzY489Aw
The video is probably originally in a different language

I have one of these. Only one complaint: the on-off switch should have been covered in a rubber/plastic cover or something as sawdust has got into mine and the slide-switch has become very stiff and sometimes doesn't engage.
Otherwise great. Can anyone compare these blades to Saxton ones?

These blades are good and the Multi-tool is one of the most useful tools I own! Recommended.

Really like the look of the Parkside multi-purpose tool that Melted linked to [Thanks for that]
It comes with loads of accessories, including the saw blades.
Does anyone think that it would be worthwhile buying this extra set of blades with it, or does the offer come up frequently?

Lidl had the MP tool box sets piled high last night [ Monday]. Bought one and also one of OP's saw blade sets too.
Just to be sure - to be sure.
Edited by: "watchspring" 9th Dec 2014

seeweed

Ideal tool for the job you have in mind. I bought the tool for the same … Ideal tool for the job you have in mind. I bought the tool for the same type of jobs



Thanks Seeweed - I'm going to have to cut through the full particleboard (laminated) and also cut through the much thinner sheet material they put at the back of some of their cabinets. With the laminate in place should this still work well?

How noisy are these things also? I see the chap in the video wearing ear plugs, is it that loud?

davocc

Thanks Seeweed - I'm going to have to cut through the full particleboard … Thanks Seeweed - I'm going to have to cut through the full particleboard (laminated) and also cut through the much thinner sheet material they put at the back of some of their cabinets. With the laminate in place should this still work well?How noisy are these things also? I see the chap in the video wearing ear plugs, is it that loud?



It's best to use ear protection when operating tools like this. I have a Worx multi-tool and get some slight ringing when I don't use ear plugs. If you use something like this, wear ear protection.

Yes, it will cut through laminate, mdf, wood etc.
It's a bit loud, but cuts in seconds.
I buy my blades from ebay.
They only get damaged if you hit a nail.
They get blunt after cutting about 10 holes of approx 2 inch square in mdf.
Great tool, Parkside is better then Bosch.

If you cannot find any, try this....
There is also a set with the carbide grout remover attachment included at a reasonable price in Machine Mart for 13.10.
The grout remover is more than that on its own in some well known tool suppliers.
I have used it and it is just the job, highly recommend.

machinemart.co.uk/sho…ies

How can i get one set online? Or do i have to go to store?
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