Oscillating multi tool 300w @ Maplin - £9.99 (plus £2.99 del)
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Oscillating multi tool 300w @ Maplin - £9.99 (plus £2.99 del)

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Found 27th Oct
Multi tool. Best tool going. This is a steal. I have 4 already but came across this

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fireman11 h, 36 m ago

A 'multi tradesman' That's some generic job title.And one who uses 9.99 …A 'multi tradesman' That's some generic job title.And one who uses 9.99 generic power tools no less.


Did I say I use this? No what I said was I came across this. If u can buy a cordless version that’ll last for a decent price keep me informed. Also multi mean everything, chippy, sparky, plumber, roofer, tiler, ground works, plasterer. If you can understand what they are that is
Edited by: "villians1984" 28th Oct
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suspicious having 4 is your wife borrowing them ?

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scoobytawazara8 m ago

suspicious having 4 is your wife borrowing them ?


The fact I’m a multi tradesman is the reason behind this. 2 corded 2 cordless, back up of each as I’d b lost without them.

villians19841 m ago

The fact I’m a multi tradesman is the reason behind this. 2 corded 2 c …The fact I’m a multi tradesman is the reason behind this. 2 corded 2 cordless, back up of each as I’d b lost without them.


could you recommend anyone in particular thanks

I managed to ruin the Velcro part on mine after not much use, when it comes to the sandpaper attachment you would be better off just doing it the old fashioned way.

There is a good accessories pack at Amazon for 12.99 (del if prime) on a thread somewhere

swoosh00735 m ago

There is a good accessories pack at Amazon for 12.99 (del if prime) on a …There is a good accessories pack at Amazon for 12.99 (del if prime) on a thread somewhere

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shadey122 h, 24 m ago

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I bought these.. seem decent.. haven't used them yet.

How do you get it delivery I can only see collection as an option? Am I being dense?

Can these be used for trimming doors?

Picked up one from Wigan a few weeks ago, had to cut out some laminate boards that previous fitter had squashed up against the plasterboard and the floor was rising. Wrecked one of the blades in the process but had already ordered the Amazon pack and still worked out loads cheaper than getting someone in to do it. Great tool for the money

arjun31125 m ago

Can these be used for trimming doors?


It would take quite a while. Use a jack saw
Edited by: "Rogier_Arpignot" 28th Oct

Not many stores left with stock. Shame. I had a similar one from Argos, a guild one. Was 30 quid and was really useful. It did die on me but it was getting hammered with sanding. Ended up replacing it with a sander but want to get another multi tool. Great tool to have, so handy. Used it for cutting all sorts of stuff.

villians198410 h, 19 m ago

The fact I’m a multi tradesman is the reason behind this. 2 corded 2 c …The fact I’m a multi tradesman is the reason behind this. 2 corded 2 cordless, back up of each as I’d b lost without them.

A 'multi tradesman' That's some generic job title.
And one who uses 9.99 generic power tools no less.

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fireman11 h, 36 m ago

A 'multi tradesman' That's some generic job title.And one who uses 9.99 …A 'multi tradesman' That's some generic job title.And one who uses 9.99 generic power tools no less.


Did I say I use this? No what I said was I came across this. If u can buy a cordless version that’ll last for a decent price keep me informed. Also multi mean everything, chippy, sparky, plumber, roofer, tiler, ground works, plasterer. If you can understand what they are that is
Edited by: "villians1984" 28th Oct

villians198457 m ago

Did I say I use this? No what I said was I came across this. If u can buy …Did I say I use this? No what I said was I came across this. If u can buy a cordless version that’ll last for a decent price keep me informed. Also multi mean everything, chippy, sparky, plumber, roofer, tiler, ground works, plasterer. If you can understand what they are that is

I certainly do understand what they are.
The last electrician I used studied for 5 years and has done it everyday for the next 10. The last plasterer I used has plastered everyday for the last 25 years. Both of them now considered experts at their trade. Neither of them said I can also do your roof, carpentry, plumbing, tiling, ground works. I wonder why.
Of course I might be wrong and with all your training and practice in each job your a master tradesman. In which case i wish you a happy 240th next birthday.

Although assuming your 33 from your username, being a qualified expert in all your trades probably meant you started about age 2.

arjun3115 h, 20 m ago

Can these be used for trimming doors?


in situ I presume you mean yes but would be hard work and I would not recommend it due to blade depth and width is these things are not good on anything but small depths and softwood

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fireman11 h, 44 m ago

I certainly do understand what they are.The last electrician I used …I certainly do understand what they are.The last electrician I used studied for 5 years and has done it everyday for the next 10. The last plasterer I used has plastered everyday for the last 25 years. Both of them now considered experts at their trade. Neither of them said I can also do your roof, carpentry, plumbing, tiling, ground works. I wonder why.Of course I might be wrong and with all your training and practice in each job your a master tradesman. In which case i wish you a happy 240th next birthday.


U tell my company that then as I do all those on a daily

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fireman11 h, 43 m ago

Although assuming your 33 from your username, being a qualified expert in …Although assuming your 33 from your username, being a qualified expert in all your trades probably meant you started about age 2.


I wudnt b allowed on site to do the works wivout the proof, but hey wot do I know. I simply put a deal up to benefit other ppl and I hav to justify my trade lol

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fireman11 h, 44 m ago

Although assuming your 33 from your username, being a qualified expert in …Although assuming your 33 from your username, being a qualified expert in all your trades probably meant you started about age 2.

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Only 7 stores with stock now, and none near me. Great if you can get one though, and I'd let you lay my floor any day OP

villians198420 h, 54 m ago

U tell my company that then as I do all those on a daily


All of those daily? Wow I need a new roof. If you can do it in a day I'll save a fortune in labour costs!

What's your company's name? I must remember to get a quote.

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the__cat12 h, 18 m ago

All of those daily? Wow I need a new roof. If you can do it in a day I'll …All of those daily? Wow I need a new roof. If you can do it in a day I'll save a fortune in labour costs!What's your company's name? I must remember to get a quote.


£250 a day pal plus materials +20%

Cheers OP
Got the last one from Andover.

Already have the WORX F30 and amazed how good these are for awkward sawing and trimming jobs.
£9.99 for a spare....... kerching!
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