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Parkside 12V Cordless Multi-Purpose Tool - £29.99 @ LIDL

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Posted 16th May
Parkside 12V Cordless Multi-Purpose Tool

  • Highly versatile oscillation technology for sawing, cutting, scraping and sanding
  • Adjustable vibration rate with soft start
  • Tool-free accessory exchange
  • Universal receptor: suitable for all standard accessories
  • Tools can be attached in various work directions
  • Adaptor for external dust extraction
  • LED work light
  • Fast charger with 3-stage battery status indicator
  • Battery compatible with all tools in the ’Parkside X 12V Team’ series
  • Includes HCS plunge saw blade, diamond saw blade, scraper, delta sanding plate and 6 sanding sheets
  • No-load rotation speed: 5,000–19,000rpm
  • Oscillation angle: 3.2°
  • Charging time: 60 minutes
  • 3-year warranty
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Why not just list all the Parkside tools together in one thread rather than creating lots of separate ones?
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Why not just list all the Parkside tools together in one thread rather than creating lots of separate ones?
Haircut_10016/05/2019 09:50

Why not just list all the Parkside tools together in one thread rather …Why not just list all the Parkside tools together in one thread rather than creating lots of separate ones?



You beat me to it!
Haircut_10016/05/2019 09:50

Why not just list all the Parkside tools together in one thread rather …Why not just list all the Parkside tools together in one thread rather than creating lots of separate ones?


Because of all the heat
Ive for this same tool in another brand.
They are very convenient and certainly have the power do do most things, but if your working with wood or metal, forget it, you'll need an 18-21v one or mains powered.
Having said all that, this little guy is my go-to every time!.
polarbaba16/05/2019 10:29

Ive for this same tool in another brand.They are very convenient and …Ive for this same tool in another brand.They are very convenient and certainly have the power do do most things, but if your working with wood or metal, forget it, you'll need an 18-21v one or mains powered.Having said all that, this little guy is my go-to every time!.


I have a tacklife one, 12V uses same batteries as parkside tools so is probably made in the same factory as this multi tool is. Used it for metal wood plastic drywall. Blades are blunt now after going through drywall but thats normal. Not sure whats wrong with yours should probably upgrade to this one
Haircut_10016/05/2019 09:50

Why not just list all the Parkside tools together in one thread rather …Why not just list all the Parkside tools together in one thread rather than creating lots of separate ones?


I did that last time with workzone tools from aldi and it got down voted alot. I assumed it was because I put it all in one LOL.
AmmarM9816/05/2019 11:37

I have a tacklife one, 12V uses same batteries as parkside tools so is …I have a tacklife one, 12V uses same batteries as parkside tools so is probably made in the same factory as this multi tool is. Used it for metal wood plastic drywall. Blades are blunt now after going through drywall but thats normal. Not sure whats wrong with yours should probably upgrade to this one


It's not that , I don't change my.blades enough when blunt. I've got new pack of blades now so back in business.
I've cut steel tubes (shower rail) and it's fine. Wouldn't use it for much more than that. I've got a 21v one and that's better. Even for cutting into floorboards, I would use a 21v one, this wouldn't have the power, and I wouldn't have the patience to do that.
AmmarM9816/05/2019 11:37

I have a tacklife one, 12V uses same batteries as parkside tools so is …I have a tacklife one, 12V uses same batteries as parkside tools so is probably made in the same factory as this multi tool is. Used it for metal wood plastic drywall. Blades are blunt now after going through drywall but thats normal. Not sure whats wrong with yours should probably upgrade to this one


What's drywall?
CrazyBob16/05/2019 13:05

American Plasterboard


Are there Americans on this forum then?
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Does this come with the battery and charger? Aldi ones didn't.
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