Parkside 20v cordless hammer drill £39.99 @ lidl from  29th march.
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Parkside 20v cordless hammer drill £39.99 @ lidl from 29th march.

£39.99LIDL Deals
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LocalFound 22nd Mar
Part of the 20volt range
Also jigsaw £39.99 circular £49.99, spare battery £12.99.
Available in store 29th march.

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This is also available same day, adaptor to turn 20 v batteries into a powerbank with torch, could be handy,
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Can you send a link

Are these offers regiona?
f4se8ook11 m ago

Can you send a link Are these offers regiona?


Just checked a few areas of country, they all appear to be stocking same offers next Thursday. If you select your nearest store on their website, then browse flyers, it will show you what will be available in your local store.
They do tend to sell out quickly though.
Does anyone know if these work with Worx tools too? The batteries seem very similar to their 20V Max range.
33490268-EC7uZ.jpgWe're getting charged £10 more in Northern Ireland
Have had great use from Parkside tools. Usually come with 36mo warranty. Interchangeable batteries ate great. Drill is not too torquey though. More than a match for branded tools at twice the price.
Cheers op. That drill will complete the set from last time, really happy with the other tools in this range.
Bit naughty stating they are 20V these are 18V but all 18V batteries hit 20 Volts when initially fully charged. Good value but misleading adverting.
xtightgitx32 m ago

Bit naughty stating they are 20V these are 18V but all 18V batteries hit …Bit naughty stating they are 20V these are 18V but all 18V batteries hit 20 Volts when initially fully charged. Good value but misleading adverting.


I think worx advertise theirs at 20volt, DeWalt class theirs as 20volt for the USA, 18volt in the UK.
Do Parkside batteries work with the WORX power share tools? As I brought a a bare hammer on clearance and been hunting for a cheap battery for a while.
Civichyde9 m ago

Do Parkside batteries work with the WORX power share tools? As I brought a …Do Parkside batteries work with the WORX power share tools? As I brought a a bare hammer on clearance and been hunting for a cheap battery for a while.


No
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Thanks for advice, never mind
Seems a perfectly fine spec and good long warranty, nothing class leading but not low end performance either. You'd probably want to pick up a spare battery at the same time though as 2Ah is not huge capacity so you can charge one while working with the other battery.

There's a erbauer model with brushless technology at Screwfix for £85 with 2 batteries, metal chuck that looks decent and this is effectively £53 with a second battery so debatable whether to pay the extra. I wouldn't pay the NI price of £63 with second battery though.

Whatever definitely good value.
bonzobanana1 h, 13 m ago

Seems a perfectly fine spec and good long warranty, nothing class leading …Seems a perfectly fine spec and good long warranty, nothing class leading but not low end performance either. You'd probably want to pick up a spare battery at the same time though as 2Ah is not huge capacity so you can charge one while working with the other battery.There's a erbauer model with brushless technology at Screwfix for £85 with 2 batteries, metal chuck that looks decent and this is effectively £53 with a second battery so debatable whether to pay the extra. I wouldn't pay the NI price of £63 with second battery though. Whatever definitely good value.


One of the plus points of this is it is part of a range of tools,
33515461.jpgAnd the power bank adaptor posted above, all the batteries are interchangable.
If you have any of the others, it's worth buying this.
Edited by: "shadey12" 26th Mar
bonzobanana3 h, 18 m ago

Seems a perfectly fine spec and good long warranty, nothing class leading …Seems a perfectly fine spec and good long warranty, nothing class leading but not low end performance either. You'd probably want to pick up a spare battery at the same time though as 2Ah is not huge capacity so you can charge one while working with the other battery.There's a erbauer model with brushless technology at Screwfix for £85 with 2 batteries, metal chuck that looks decent and this is effectively £53 with a second battery so debatable whether to pay the extra. I wouldn't pay the NI price of £63 with second battery though. Whatever definitely good value.

The £85 erbauer looks like its just a drill driver, another fiver for the combi.
Credit to @maccer and his thread here: hotukdeals.com/dea…676 I just purchased the GSB 18-2-LI Plus Professional for £64.79 (shop.bosch-professional.com/gb/…175). Confirmed it states it comes with the following:

1 x battery GBA 18V 4.0Ah
1 600 Z00 038
Carrying case
Charger AL 1820 CV
2 607 225 426


It's at least £30-40 off anywhere else for the same spec. A bit unclear if the warranty is 12 months or 3 years as it states both on the website.
I purchased one of the parkside 18v jigsaws about three years back...still working well today and have used it many time over.....would have been nice to get the battery adapter for ir ...wonder if this one will work with the older 18v batteries?
My local store also had a bare reciprocating saw at £29.99.
shadey128 h, 11 m ago

My local store also had a bare reciprocating saw at £29.99.


Ah, where was that - that's the tool I really want.

Does anyone know whether the '20v' batteries in these tools would for the 18v Einhell power xchange tools? Seems Einhell make Parkside and based on the comment above the Parkside are really 18v. Tool I am looking at is this one: amazon.co.uk/Ein…KDU
shadey128 h, 53 m ago

My local store also had a bare reciprocating saw at £29.99.


Mine too, also seemed to have good stock for a change. Thanks OP.
ChrisTheNinjaPirate46 m ago

Ah, where was that - that's the tool I really want.Does anyone know …Ah, where was that - that's the tool I really want.Does anyone know whether the '20v' batteries in these tools would for the 18v Einhell power xchange tools? Seems Einhell make Parkside and based on the comment above the Parkside are really 18v. Tool I am looking at is this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Einhell-X-Change-Lithium-Cordless-Reciprocating/dp/B00U1ECKDU


From the pictures I would say no. Parkside batteries have 4 slots and Einhell have 5. but I don't have any Einhell tools so cant say for certain.
Bums. Didn't see any reciprocating saws in my local, although I didn't dig about as I wasn't expecting there to be any and I was in a hurry. <sigh> might have to make a return wild goose chase.
ChrisTheNinjaPirate1 h, 4 m ago

Ah, where was that - that's the tool I really want.Does anyone know …Ah, where was that - that's the tool I really want.Does anyone know whether the '20v' batteries in these tools would for the 18v Einhell power xchange tools? Seems Einhell make Parkside and based on the comment above the Parkside are really 18v. Tool I am looking at is this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Einhell-X-Change-Lithium-Cordless-Reciprocating/dp/B00U1ECKDU


Mirield, but it's not showing on the leaflet or the website as being available so it's anybodies guess which stores have them.
See @glasgowgeezer comment above re the batteries. Looking in the back of the leaflet on the web, there is a reciprocating saw coming up in a couple of weeks,
33539643-80fmX.jpgGoing on previous experience, the picture is usually something that will be available and not just a random image to represent DIY.
Thanks Shadey. Picture looks like corded, but I would take that in absence of battery version. Ta.
ChrisTheNinjaPirate15 m ago

Thanks Shadey. Picture looks like corded, but I would take that in absence …Thanks Shadey. Picture looks like corded, but I would take that in absence of battery version. Ta.


You're right, it does look corded, why not try a few local Lidl stores?
Maybe I'm lucky, I have more than 10 in a 10 mile radius.
For anyone wanting the 3ah battery, kompernass.com have them at 25euros with postage included,
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Just picked up the drill & an extra battery. Seem decent, not the fastest spinning drill I've used.

From handling for 5mins these are some thoughts -

Pro's
Plastic case & extra battery slot
Hard plastic materials on the drill
Rubber base on the drill for impact
Rubber covering impact areas
Rubber on the trigger
Handle included

Con's
Only 40nm (not terrible)
Low spinning speed
Plastic chuck
Relatively heavy
My charger was bashed up & LED's marked ?

I want one of those circular saws but they don't stock it at my local branch.
Anyone Seen one of those impact drivers ?
Edited by: "Andi-C" 29th Mar
Andi-C20 m ago

Just picked up the drill & an extra battery. Seem decent, not the fastest …Just picked up the drill & an extra battery. Seem decent, not the fastest spinning drill I've used. From handling for 5mins these are some thoughts -Pro'sPlastic case & extra battery slotHard plastic materials on the drillRubber base on the drill for impactRubber covering impact areasRubber on the triggerHandle includedCon's Only 40nm (not terrible)Low spinning speedPlastic chuckRelatively heavyMy charger was bashed up & LED's marked ?I want one of those circular saws but they don't stock it at my local branch.


Take it back and swap it, I've had one since last year and bought another as a spare today, can't fault it.
I also bought 2 of the battery/usb adaptor/torch things, a spare jigsaw and a spare reciprocating saw.
Looking to invest in my first drill should I get this or something else? Will be used for odd DIY jobs
adamwilko00746 m ago

Looking to invest in my first drill should I get this or something else? …Looking to invest in my first drill should I get this or something else? Will be used for odd DIY jobs


I've been using power tools for 30+ years, I bought this last year and I've just bought an identical one in case the first one decides to pack up in the future. It comes with a 3 year guarantee and you can buy spare batteries.
I would go for this and the jigsaw if you can get one of each, if you take the £13 cost of a battery off the jigsaw, it means you're paying £27 for a jigsaw and a spare charger.
Edited by: "shadey12" 1st Apr
shadey124 h, 29 m ago

I've been using power tools for 30+ years, I bought this last year and …I've been using power tools for 30+ years, I bought this last year and I've just bought an identical one in case the first one decides to pack up in the future. It comes with a 3 year guarantee and you can buy spare batteries.I would go for this and the jigsaw if you can get one of each, if you take the £13 cost of a battery off the jigsaw, it means you're paying £27 for a jigsaw and a spare charger.


Thank you for getting back to me. Is it good enough for quite a few DIY jobs putting up shelves etc?
adamwilko0071st Apr

Thank you for getting back to me. Is it good enough for quite a few DIY …Thank you for getting back to me. Is it good enough for quite a few DIY jobs putting up shelves etc?


Yes.
shadey1211 m ago

Yes.


Thanks should I get the drill bits or bosch ones?
adamwilko00711 m ago

Thanks should I get the drill bits or bosch ones?


I would probably buy this set,
33559983-LHEbh.jpgChances are it will cover most things you need, when a bit wears out replace it with something better. You will most probably need to replace the pz2 screwdriver bit and the 5.5mm masonry as these are commonly used.
Would this drill into brick ok? For putting up shelves and such.
Kerrzo_8 h, 36 m ago

Would this drill into brick ok? For putting up shelves and such.


Yes see answer above
How long will a single charge last very roughly? Have you got 30 mins drill time or 10 min?
adamwilko00746 m ago

How long will a single charge last very roughly? Have you got 30 mins …How long will a single charge last very roughly? Have you got 30 mins drill time or 10 min?


As a rough estimate, if you were drilling timber or putting screws into undrilled timber, 45-60 mins building flat pack furniture, a few hours. It really has too many variables. You don't have to fully charge the battery between using, if it runs out and you've nearly finished, just give it a 5 Minute charge. Always charge it fully before putting it away, if I haven't used any batteries for a while I charge them every couple of months. These batteries hold the charge really well though and only need charging for a couple of minutes to top them up to full so probably you should charge at least once every 6 months to keep them in good condition.
Edited by: "shadey12" 2nd Apr
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