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

£14.99LIDL Deals
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Found 23rd Jun 2013
Much cheaper than the Bosch equivalent, and Parkside tend to be very reliable.


6 preset torque settings plus additional drill settings
Switchable LED workpiece lighting
Soft grip, rotatable handle for hard-to-reach areas
No load speed (rpm): 200
Charging time (hrs): 3
Includes 26 screwdriver bits, magnetic bit holder, charger and storage case
3 year manufacturer's warranty

16 Comments

Original Poster

http://www.lidl.co.uk/catalogmedia/uk/article/86735/86735_01_f.jpg

I got one this thursday as my Makita BHP458 is too heavy for screw driving purposes. Noticed that it has rotatable handle too... For £14.99 It is a great buy.. Heat added...

Looks similar to my Bosch

would this be any good to for screwing decking down using deck screws on softwood decking and joists? thanks

Original Poster

kopking23

would this be any good to for screwing decking down using deck screws on … would this be any good to for screwing decking down using deck screws on softwood decking and joists? thanks



No, get something more powerful. 10.8V - 18V

good post real handy driver
had a bosch one for years " proper abused it "
still goimg strong
ta op xxxxxxxxx

Cold deal from me! - Sorry but my bosch was the same price

usetheforceluke

Cold deal from me! - Sorry but my bosch was the same price



Where from and when? I'm looking for one of these for work, does your one have a torque setting?

JADO

Where from and when? I'm looking for one of these for work, does your one … Where from and when? I'm looking for one of these for work, does your one have a torque setting?



For Bosch the torque setting attachment has to be purchased separately paying an extra £11.99. Check here (Price from Amazon on the right side).

For work you may need the easy reach and right angle adapter, so getting Bosch makes perfect sense.
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/8113UiQ9gGL._SL1500_.jpg

Well, If you want to show off with your friends buy bosch you can use it for grinding Salt and Pepper
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/71h8zwIuhKL._SL1030_.jpg

and also open wine bottle corks
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51Ekw6l46zL.jpg


Edited by: "maverik_77" 24th Jun 2013

I'd buy this if it had Beats Audio.

Looks like the Bosch could replace my day carry Glock 17 when it comes back on offer.

If your guests aren’t impressed with adding black pepper to the soup with the bosch, just imagine the reaction when you whip out the M4 carbine and grind nutmeg onto the rice pud. You will be a legend.

maverik_77

For Bosch the torque setting attachment has to be purchased separately … For Bosch the torque setting attachment has to be purchased separately paying an extra £11.99. Check here (Price from Amazon on the right side).For work you may need the easy reach and right angle adapter, so getting Bosch makes perfect sense.Well, If you want to show off with your friends buy bosch you can use it for grinding Salt and Pepperand also open wine bottle corks



There's also a marital aid adapter...

Original Poster

usetheforceluke

Cold deal from me! - Sorry but my bosch was the same price



Funny, I dont see that deal posted...

jamgin

There's also a marital aid adapter...



Patent it Now..
Edited by: "maverik_77" 25th Jun 2013

I went and got one of these, actually manufactured by Einhell - similar models available for around £25 mark without case and only a few bits supplied, so a good deal. Clicky here and here!

Actually quite powerful and the case is a bonus (don't really like the cradle/base ones).

Also has built in LED and remaining battery level indicators.

Supplied bits/heads don't look amazing quality, but I already have dozens of good bits anyway.

Heat added from me.
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