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PARKSIDE 14.4V Li-Ion 4-in-1 Combination Tool (drill, sabre saw, multi-sander and multi-function tool) £59.99 @ Lidl
PARKSIDE 14.4V Li-Ion 4-in-1 Combination Tool (drill, sabre saw, multi-sander and multi-function tool) £59.99 @ Lidl

PARKSIDE 14.4V Li-Ion 4-in-1 Combination Tool (drill, sabre saw, multi-sander and multi-function tool) £59.99 @ Lidl

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Available from 3 August.

3 year warranty. If it's the same sort of quality as the other Parkside tools I've bought then this is a steal!

Details:
Extremely versatile battery operated tool which functions as a drill, sabre saw, multi-sander as well as a multi-function tool
Each attachment can be swiftly and effortlessly changed without additional tool
Drill Attachment: 2-speed gearbox, max. no-load rotation speed (opm): 400 / 1350. Single sleeve keyless chuck with spindle lock. With 19 torque and additional drill setting 6 drill bits, 6 screwdriver bits and bit extension included
Sabre Saw Attachment: Max. no-load stroke rate (opm): 3200. Quick release chuck. 22mm stroke length. Wood and metal sawblade included
Multi-Sander Attachment: Max. no-load oscillation rate (opm): 9000. Hook & loop fastener for sanding sheets. Adaptor for external dust extraction and 5 sanding sheets included
Multi-Function Tool Attachment: Max. no-load oscillation rate
(opm): 20000. Oscillation angle (°): 3. HSS plunge sawblade, scraper blade, delta sanding plate and 3 sanding sheets included
3 Year Manufacturers Warranty

22 Comments

Voted hot and I don't even know what a sabre saw is

Anyone have any experience with something like this? Good enough for DIY? I have a nice combi drill, but a sander, saw and oscillating tool would be nice to have. Or would I be better off spending the money on a proper corded oscillating multitool?

These sorts of kits are only really good for occasional DIY. If that's you, then go for it.

I think two batteries would be needed though.

Original Poster

extra batteries can be had for around £15 from grizzly tools I believe.

Great for occasional DIY, remember the Black & Decker Quatro ? Puzzles me though why they have made it 14.4 volt instead of 18 volt to match their drill, jigsaw and chop saw that they marketed a few months ago with interchangeable batteries.

There will probably be a bit of a. comprise with the handle in terms of comfort compared to dedicated tools but looks good for occasional DIY use.

Jack of all trades, master of none.

Jellybeans

Jack of all trades, master of none.


Erm, exactly as it was designed

Captain Banana

Great for occasional DIY, remember the Black & Decker Quatro ? Puzzles me … Great for occasional DIY, remember the Black & Decker Quatro ? Puzzles me though why they have made it 14.4 volt instead of 18 volt to match their drill, jigsaw and chop saw that they marketed a few months ago with interchangeable batteries.


I remember the quatro. Pile of rubbish.

Suite the occasional DIYer (like me)
have some heat

A few people reported problems with the batteries on the 18v impact driver. If you do buy one, give it a thorough work out to ensure you do not have a dud.

Original Poster

one more vote?!

Hot, bought...
How do you claim against warranty if things go wrong? Do I have to keep the box (packaging) and receipt for 3 years?

CannedChaos

Anyone have any experience with something like this? Good enough for DIY? … Anyone have any experience with something like this? Good enough for DIY? I have a nice combi drill, but a sander, saw and oscillating tool would be nice to have. Or would I be better off spending the money on a proper corded oscillating multitool?


Aldi do a mains oscillating tool I bought one on a reduced price for £17 comes in a case with some attachments they also do packs of attachments 3-4 in a pack £6/7 a pack. I am not knocking Parkside brand I have a Parkside orbital sander and it is better then the Bosch one I had.

dazco

Erm, exactly as it was designed


Beat me to it. Was puzzled by the initial daft comment. Of COURSE it's not the full thing. Hence the price, and hence what its INTENDED for

SCOUSEKEVIN

[quote=CannedChaos]Aldi do a mains oscillating tool I bought one on a … [quote=CannedChaos]Aldi do a mains oscillating tool I bought one on a reduced price for £17 comes in a case with some attachments they also do packs of attachments 3-4 in a pack £6/7 a pack. I am not knocking Parkside brand I have a Parkside orbital sander and it is better then the Bosch one I had.



Thanks for the reply.

It so happened that I had a bit of work I needed to get done before this deal started and got an Aldi workzone cordless oscillating tool for £30. Not the most powerful thing in the world but light and manoeuvrable, fantastic for small jobs. I think I'll be on the lookout for a good deal on a high quality mains-powered oscillating tool because they are bloody fantastic.

I have the black and decker Evo multi. Which is like this ... Tbh I use it every day and for the past two years . It's excellent I use it for trade use and I fit gutters and fascias and soffits and never run into issues .

I saw this in life on the iow and I'm tempted to get one as a spare

Just bought this and the kit contains additional drill bits, sanding paper and the saws and comes in a neat little box. Pretty good machine for DIY'ers.
Edited by: "thomaspt" 10th Aug 2015

bil534

Hot, bought...How do you claim against warranty if things go wrong? Do I … Hot, bought...How do you claim against warranty if things go wrong? Do I have to keep the box (packaging) and receipt for 3 years?


Warranty contact info will be on the box or instructions. No, you don't need to keep the packaging.

Thanks

damadgeruk

Warranty contact info will be on the box or instructions. No, you don't … Warranty contact info will be on the box or instructions. No, you don't need to keep the packaging.



Thanks

Having used this it is good quality to hold but to use it is absolutly rubbish, the attachments can get stuck and the power is just not enough
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