Parkside 3.6v Cordless Screwdriver £14.99 @ Lidl
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Parkside 3.6v Cordless Screwdriver £14.99 @ Lidl

£14.99£16.9912%LIDL Deals
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Posted 3rd Oct
As above.

Looks good this ideal for flatpack and better imo than the Bosch IXO.

3 Year warranty.

In store from 13th October..

Integrated bit storage for convenient access
Intuitive operation for quick and easy use
Features magnetic bit holder and LED work light LED indicator for capacity and charging status
Storage case with belt loop
Ergonomic soft grip and switch
Includes 14 x 25mm bits (9 of them in the exchange drum), 50mm magnetic bit holder extension, storage pouch and charger with USB-C connector
No-load rotation speed: 200rpm
3-year warranty
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Everytime i see a deal posted about Lidl's power tools i think to myself that someone must have been working for Emperor Palpatine and wanted to release a range of Power Tools in the middle of Lidl but thought they would disguise the brand name
DARKSIDE to PARKSIDE ....

May the force be with you
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Everytime i see a deal posted about Lidl's power tools i think to myself that someone must have been working for Emperor Palpatine and wanted to release a range of Power Tools in the middle of Lidl but thought they would disguise the brand name
DARKSIDE to PARKSIDE ....

May the force be with you
This functunally is more similar to Bosch PSR Select than to the IXO. PSR Select is more expensive and bulky, but other than the integrated bit holder is no stronger - same 3.6V, same NM. This Lidl one seems a bit more compact than the PSR Select so better.
Edited by: "KiretoX" 3rd Oct
KiretoX03/10/2019 22:23

This functunally is more similar to Bosch PSR Select than to the IXO. PSR …This functunally is more similar to Bosch PSR Select than to the IXO. PSR Select is more expensive and bulky, but other than the integrated bit holder is no stronger - same 3.6V, same NM. This Lidl one seems a bit more compact than the PSR Select so better.


Assuming that’s right then even better in favour of Lidl.

At least half the price of the Bosch - bargain
PennyTrader03/10/2019 22:27

Assuming that’s right then even better in favour of Lidl.At least half the …Assuming that’s right then even better in favour of Lidl.At least half the price of the Bosch - bargain



That's the current version of PSR Select - with USB charger: amazon.co.uk/Bos…8-1

I bought the PSR Select (regular charger version) before for about 25 or 30 GBP on promotion and have been comparing with IXO and really spec by specs there is hardly any difference. But as the PSR Select is more bulky it cannot rich small spaces as well as the IXO. So higher prices only gets you the integrated bits... which means yea, the Lidl one is much more of a deal in such case. Current PSR Select price? Crazy! But you get a hard box
Edited by: "KiretoX" 3rd Oct
I have a few Parkside power tools and imho they are as good as Bosch and the 3 Year Warranty is a no brainer
Edited by: "SCOUSEKEVIN" 4th Oct
How do you find out which stores have power tools?
umirza8504/10/2019 10:47

How do you find out which stores have power tools?


I think they all get allocated stock but the bigger the store the more likely they'll have what you want in store
umirza8504/10/2019 10:47

How do you find out which stores have power tools?


Hello In theory all of the stores will at some time have power tools. As far as I know it varies from area to area in terms of when a particular item is in stock for the usual 6-7 days (or a lot less if its a popular item) Go onto the Lidl website and use the store finder and make the nearest store to you your designated local store then look at the online leaflets which should tell you what’s coming into the store and when.
Most stores open 8 am weekdays and if its something you really want either get to a store for 8 am or have some one else grab one for you.
Best Of Luck
SCOUSEKEVIN04/10/2019 20:05

Hello In theory all of the stores will at some time have power tools. …Hello In theory all of the stores will at some time have power tools. As far as I know it varies from area to area in terms of when a particular item is in stock for the usual 6-7 days (or a lot less if its a popular item) Go onto the Lidl website and use the store finder and make the nearest store to you your designated local store then look at the online leaflets which should tell you what’s coming into the store and when. Most stores open 8 am weekdays and if its something you really want either get to a store for 8 am or have some one else grab one for you. Best Of Luck


Thanks for this, really cleared things up. Looking forward to drinking all night browsing HUKD and sending my wife at 7am.
No torque 😞 better off buying an 18V impact driver
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