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Parkside 250w Wet and Dry Bench Grinder £29.99 @ Lidl
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Parkside 250w Wet and Dry Bench Grinder £29.99 @ Lidl

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Posted 28th Oct 2018

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Might not appeal to some but this is a great price - alternatives are £50+ elsewhere.

3 year warranty - in store from Sunday 4th.

Ideal for working on metal, wood, plastic, tools and cutting devices or blades
Slow-rotating wet grinding wheel with non-corrosive water tank and closeable drain opening
Quick-rotating dry grinding wheel with adjustable spark protection
Tool-free adjustable grinding support
Low-noise and vibration-reduced operation
Power output: 250W
Rotation speed of wet grinding wheel: 128rpm
Rotation speed of dry grinding wheel: 2,950rpm
3-year warranty
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9 Comments
Excellent.
voted hot but this is standard price, remember this is not Made In England by hand but Made In China even though Lidl will have German writing all over it making you think its German, nothing wrong with it but and is good value but most stuff from China is.
MisterNippy7 m ago

voted hot but this is standard price, remember this is not Made In England …voted hot but this is standard price, remember this is not Made In England by hand but Made In China even though Lidl will have German writing all over it making you think its German, nothing wrong with it but and is good value but most stuff from China is.


It’s made by Einhell in Germany - thanks for your vote.
If it’s Parkside it’s likely ALDI commissioned Grizzly Tools to make this. When I say Grizzly Tools, like Einhell, the German ‘manufacturer’ will be be directing reputable Chinese manufactures on the precise specifications, the quality of key parts used, and any other unique design requirements.
Edited by: "androidavis" 28th Oct 2018
Thanks I'm looking for a bench grinder soon. What's the benefit/expected use of the wet wheel?
I thought both Aldi and Lidl used Scheppach to make their tools. The last Aldi tool I bought had "manufactured by Scheppach" on the box and printed in the instructions.
Anyway this is a good deal so heat from me OP.
Picture is a PNTS 250 B1, which unless they've switched supplier is made by Grizzly Tools according to the manual here:- lidl-service.com/cps…t=1

Lidl use various suppliers for their tools, Grizzy make some of their better ones.
Edited by: "melted" 28th Oct 2018
Jamp1 h, 4 m ago

Thanks I'm looking for a bench grinder soon. What's the benefit/expected …Thanks I'm looking for a bench grinder soon. What's the benefit/expected use of the wet wheel?


I think heating blades up weakens them so the water keeps it cooler and does less damage to steel when sharpening.
For use of the wet wheel just search online for TORMEK. There are also some good YouTube clips on how best to use them. Please don't think this machine will give similar results but just as a guide to why you may need one. Heat for the price alone.
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