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Parkside 4V Li-Ion Cordless Screwdriver with Attachments £19.99 @ Lidl
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Parkside 4V Li-Ion Cordless Screwdriver with Attachments £19.99 @ Lidl

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Posted 5th Mar

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Good price for the set - in store from 15th March

3 year warranty

Versatile, comes with 4 different attachments:

  • Torque setting attachment with adjustable auto-stop – ideal for small screws and delicate materials
  • Off-set angle attachment makes driving in screws close to edges easier
  • Angle screw attachment for hard-to-reach areas
  • Cutting attachment for soft materials such as cardboard, textiles, leather or other flexible materials
  • Magnetic bit holder with hexagonal shank
  • Automatic spindle lock for manual screwdriving
  • LED displays for forward/reverse operation and low-battery charge
  • With soft-grip non-slip elements
  • USB Type-C charger
  • Integrated LED work lights
  • Includes torque setting attachment, off-set angle attachment, angle screw attachment, cutting attachment and USB Type-C charger, 26 bits (25mm), 2 bits (50mm) and a bit extension
  • Max. torque: 5Nm
  • Rated no-load rotation speed: 200rpm
  • 3-year warranty
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That is a tool in search of a job.............much like my uncle Brian
zaheer200305/03/2020 20:46

will this unscrew things like car wheel nuts/brake caliper screws etc... …will this unscrew things like car wheel nuts/brake caliper screws etc... or is it too weak?


At 4 volts, it'll remove crankshaft bolts and hull rivets from the QE2
I bought this last year - for a fiver LESS. It's an excellent item. FAR better than the Bosch it replaced
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I bought this last year - for a fiver LESS. It's an excellent item. FAR better than the Bosch it replaced
Anyone k ow of the adapters are compatible with bosch?
That is a tool in search of a job.............much like my uncle Brian
will this unscrew things like car wheel nuts/brake caliper screws etc... or is it too weak?
zaheer200305/03/2020 20:46

will this unscrew things like car wheel nuts/brake caliper screws etc... …will this unscrew things like car wheel nuts/brake caliper screws etc... or is it too weak?


Citation needed from someone more experienced but I would think definitely way too underpowered
zaheer200305/03/2020 20:46

will this unscrew things like car wheel nuts/brake caliper screws etc... …will this unscrew things like car wheel nuts/brake caliper screws etc... or is it too weak?


At 4 volts, it'll remove crankshaft bolts and hull rivets from the QE2
4v....I wouldn't bother.
Was waiting for Bosch screwdriver deal... Will get this with 3 year warranty.... Thank you for posting @PennyTrader
Edited by: "apur32" 5th Mar
apur3205/03/2020 22:33

Was waiting for Bosch screwdriver deal... Will get this with 3 year …Was waiting for Bosch screwdriver deal... Will get this with 3 year warranty.... Thank you for posting @PennyTrader


Well worth it especially with the 3 year warranty Apur
PennyTrader05/03/2020 22:34

Well worth it especially with the 3 year warranty Apur


DIY has already started at home so this is an essential tool for building cabinets etc
not as good as Bosch but Parkside products are way better than generic China being sold elsewhere.
pretty decent actually,
zaheer200305/03/2020 20:46

will this unscrew things like car wheel nuts/brake caliper screws etc... …will this unscrew things like car wheel nuts/brake caliper screws etc... or is it too weak?



There’s 3 main types of cordless screwdriver/impacts.

cordless screwdriver (which this is)
Only really good for screwing into pre drilled holes or driving short screws into soft wood. Great for building ikea furniture, not so good for building work.

Impact driver:
Good for driving screws into almost anything. Can undo most nuts. A really good impact can also be used to drill holes. However because of the sideward motion of an impact you will break cheap/small bits if you do use it for drilling holes.

Impact wrench:
If your intent on working on cars this will be the main one you’ll need, these have far more torque than the others so make light work of wheel nuts. Sockets attach directly on, so you would also need an impact or some adapters for use on screws.

Hope this helps.
i think this is for kids:)
ShoelaceExpress05/03/2020 21:02

Citation needed from someone more experienced but I would think definitely …Citation needed from someone more experienced but I would think definitely way too underpowered


Thats just it. Its not underpowered for what it's supposed to be used for.
If you want to pay three, four, FIVE times as much for a name make that is no better than this, go ahead. This is great value for what it's SUPPOSED to be used for.
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Because it would struggle to do what you'd use an impact drill for usually - the name makes won't either - is NOT a reason to rubbish a good deal like this
zaheer200305/03/2020 20:46

will this unscrew things like car wheel nuts/brake caliper screws etc... …will this unscrew things like car wheel nuts/brake caliper screws etc... or is it too weak?


Not even close I'm afraid. Get a Halfords Pro socket set when they are on sale and a long breaker bar.

Type C charger, nice to see they didn't cheap out on entry level stuff with micro USB. Gets my vote just for that.
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