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Parkside 5Nm 4V Cordless Screwdriver with Interchangeable heads, bit assortment & charger £19.99 @ Lidl
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Parkside 5Nm 4V Cordless Screwdriver with Interchangeable heads, bit assortment & charger £19.99 @ Lidl

£19.99£29.9933%LIDL Deals
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Posted 10th MarAvailable: National
As above, In store from Sunday 17th

I think this is better then the Bosch IXO with more power & functions - 3 year warranty included.

Powerful 4V cordless screwdriver for a range of jobs around the home
Integrated LED work light and magnetic bit holder
Includes micro-USB charger, 26 bits (25mm), 2 bits (50mm) and a bit extension
No-load rotation speed: 200rpm
Max. torque: 5Nm
Includes 1500 mAh lithium ion battery
3-year warranty
Includes 4 different attachments:

Torque setting attachment for small screws and sensitive materials
Off-set angle attachment for easily driving screws in close to edges
Angle screw attachment for hard-to-reach areas
Cutting attachment for soft materials such as cardboard, textiles, leather or other flexible materials

Other DIY items - worth a look if your looking..

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Good fine..i purchased the bosch one few weeks ago and its brilliant

Might purchase this aswell just for sake of it
Great find @PennyTrader
This looks excellent. Nice one OP
Interesting item, thanks for posting. A basic good cordless driver. Not sure if the attachments are a gimmick? Specifically, a rotary cutter, albeit for 'soft materials', that operates at 200rpm?
Edited by: "AnthHether001" 10th Mar
I've been considering the Bosch ixo but this appears to beat it on a number of fronts. The Bosch only has a 1.5ah 3.6v battery delivering max 4.5Nm torque and costs a 3rd more. Both have 3 years cover but this deal comes with a bonus mini cutting head.

I'll be heading to Lidl on Sunday 17th

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saintsmoney10/03/2019 19:46

I've been considering the Bosch ixo but this appears to beat it on a …I've been considering the Bosch ixo but this appears to beat it on a number of fronts. The Bosch only has a 1.5ah 3.6v battery delivering max 4.5Nm torque and costs a 3rd more. Both have 3 years cover but this deal comes with a bonus mini cutting head.I'll be heading to Lidl on Sunday 17th Heat added


The bosch one gets reduced on amazon quite a few times ans price drops to £19 or so
That look a very good deal for the money when compared to the Bosch, similar specks as well,
Does anyone know where to buy Parkside tools outside of Lidl’s limited sales?
AnthHether0011 h, 30 m ago

Interesting item, thanks for posting. A basic good cordless driver. Not …Interesting item, thanks for posting. A basic good cordless driver. Not sure if the attachments are a gimmick? Specifically, a rotary cutter, albeit for 'soft materials', that operates at 200rpm?


It must have some kind of gearing to trade speed for torque
Wow
Amazing price for all the accessories. Tempted to buy
Aldi have one like this on Thursday but that doesn't mention micro usb charging. Different paint job, deems to have the same extra tools. And the same price.
EDIT. Lidl unit doesn't mention a case, Aldi one does.
Edited by: "pat-w" 10th Mar
pat-w10/03/2019 21:37

Aldi have one like this on Thursday but that doesn't mention micro usb …Aldi have one like this on Thursday but that doesn't mention micro usb charging. Different paint job, deems to have the same extra tools. And the same price.


The Aldi version only has 4Nm torque. Less than this Parkside deal (5Nm) and the Bosch ixo (4.5Nm).
saintsmoney10/03/2019 21:43

The Aldi version only has 4Nm torque. Less than this Parkside deal (5Nm) …The Aldi version only has 4Nm torque. Less than this Parkside deal (5Nm) and the Bosch ixo (4.5Nm).


Okay. The micro usb charging is more important to me because I can never find the charger for my current cordless screwdriver so think I'll upgrade to the Lidl one.
pat-w10/03/2019 21:52

Okay. The micro usb charging is more important to me because I can never …Okay. The micro usb charging is more important to me because I can never find the charger for my current cordless screwdriver so think I'll upgrade to the Lidl one.

Usb charging is a big selling point, everyone has spare mini usb leads around the house. These are going to sell like hot cakes at this price. I will be camping outside Lidls from Saturday night to be first in line
saintsmoney10/03/2019 22:04

Usb charging is a big selling point, everyone has spare mini usb leads …Usb charging is a big selling point, everyone has spare mini usb leads around the house. These are going to sell like hot cakes at this price. I will be camping outside Lidls from Saturday night to be first in line


By the way, I did mean to say thank you for the detail about the difference but seem to have forgotten, I'm grateful for the info.
pat-w9 m ago

By the way, I did mean to say thank you for the detail about the …By the way, I did mean to say thank you for the detail about the difference but seem to have forgotten, I'm grateful for the info.


thanks for sharing the Aldi version so we can make the comparisons.

The one who deserves all the thanks is @PennyTrader who posted this deal for us penny pinching DIY'ers
Great bit of kit. Have used the cutting wheel to cut carpet. Had mine a few years now
AnthHether0012 h, 49 m ago

Interesting item, thanks for posting. A basic good cordless driver. Not …Interesting item, thanks for posting. A basic good cordless driver. Not sure if the attachments are a gimmick? Specifically, a rotary cutter, albeit for 'soft materials', that operates at 200rpm?


Great for cutting carpet
Is this any good for screwing a small screw into the front bottom of a toy car, also can it cut a piece of cardboard and will it be OK to display on the back of a garden gate?
Edited by: "MrSprkle" 10th Mar
Why does this deal say it was £29.99. It has always been £19.99 I got one last year for that price and it was also that price the year before, lidl website also shows it being normal price.
I presume these accessories won't fit on a bosch ixo? Anyone know? They look similar and the whole pack of this is not far off a bosch single accessory in terms of price
I don’t get these - I’ve had one before (mcallister) and knackered the gearing it in 5 mins. Anything I don’t use a normal drill/driver for I screw by hand. I have a 90 degree elbow adaptor to get into tight spaces if necessary.

If your struggling with a screw, your screw bit itself is 50% of the problem (the other 40% being quality of the screw head).

The cutting attachment is bizarre - I use a sharp knife like any tradesperson to cut carpet? Seems it’d create more dust than is necessary and will be underpowered for anything - most of which could be achieved with a sharp knife.

Not knocking the deal, it’s hot. But I’d think twice about buying this. Better invest in a cheap 12/18v drill driver for no more money.
Edited by: "X3R3S" 11th Mar
AnthHether00110/03/2019 19:36

Interesting item, thanks for posting. A basic good cordless driver. Not …Interesting item, thanks for posting. A basic good cordless driver. Not sure if the attachments are a gimmick? Specifically, a rotary cutter, albeit for 'soft materials', that operates at 200rpm?


Yes the cutter seems quite weak, I mean at a push you'd probably get off the limbs, but the head forget it!
ws00711/03/2019 10:52

Yes the cutter seems quite weak, I mean at a push you'd probably get off …Yes the cutter seems quite weak, I mean at a push you'd probably get off the limbs, but the head forget it!


Sunday roast?
X3R3S11/03/2019 09:44

I don’t get these - I’ve had one before (mcallister) and knackered the gea …I don’t get these - I’ve had one before (mcallister) and knackered the gearing it in 5 mins. Anything I don’t use a normal drill/driver for I screw by hand. I have a 90 degree elbow adaptor to get into tight spaces if necessary.If your struggling with a screw, your screw bit itself is 50% of the problem (the other 40% being quality of the screw head).The cutting attachment is bizarre - I use a sharp knife like any tradesperson to cut carpet? Seems it’d create more dust than is necessary and will be underpowered for anything - most of which could be achieved with a sharp knife.Not knocking the deal, it’s hot. But I’d think twice about buying this. Better invest in a cheap 12/18v drill driver for no more money.


These are great for flat pack furniture, Its all too easy to over screw in Particle Board or MDF with a drill driver I have done it myself even on the lowest setting and repairing particle board is just a PITA!.. so why not use a hand driven screw dirver, well yes but its a real ball ache when you have loads to do. I think these have there place.
MrSprkle2 h, 47 m ago

These are great for flat pack furniture, Its all too easy to over screw in …These are great for flat pack furniture, Its all too easy to over screw in Particle Board or MDF with a drill driver I have done it myself even on the lowest setting and repairing particle board is just a PITA!.. so why not use a hand driven screw dirver, well yes but its a real ball ache when you have loads to do. I think these have there place.


Maybe - but drill drivers have torque settings to serve exactly this purpose. This doesn’t?

Edit - just seen you’ve already answered that issue/I can’t read properly!

Appreciate you taking the time to reply thoughtfully thanks
Edited by: "X3R3S" 11th Mar
TheGos10th Mar

The bosch one gets reduced on amazon quite a few times ans price drops to …The bosch one gets reduced on amazon quite a few times ans price drops to £19 or so


Not with the attachments though does it??.. This with the attachments is a no brainer.. It's not how often you'd use them but when you do they're worth their weight in gold so to speak🍺
MrSprkle11th Mar

These are great for flat pack furniture, Its all too easy to over screw in …These are great for flat pack furniture, Its all too easy to over screw in Particle Board or MDF with a drill driver I have done it myself even on the lowest setting and repairing particle board is just a PITA!.. so why not use a hand driven screw dirver, well yes but its a real ball ache when you have loads to do. I think these have there place.


I agree, I have drill/driver and impact driver, and my little black and decker screwdriver comes out more when im pottering around the house.
Obviously this will be different when I'm in the workshop.
But definitely has a place.
Got one from Camberley store today. Can't wait to play with my tool.
Picked my up today.
First impressions are good, was fully charged & comes in a blow moulded plastic case. They should have listed on the webpage as having a case, I was wondering where I'd put all the attachments & the driver unit.
Thanks again OP
Got mine today. Plus I found this
The off-set attachment was a life saver for me this weekend. Had a row of screws against an edge. Still had to screw in with the bits at an angle, but managed. Worth the £20 just for this attachment.

Still lots of stock at Blackwater branch. Sold out at Camberley.
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