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Parkside 710W Sabre / Reciprocating Saw [240V] (From 20th April) at Lidl for £29.99
Parkside 710W Sabre /  Reciprocating Saw [240V] (From 20th April) at Lidl for £29.99

Parkside 710W Sabre / Reciprocating Saw [240V] (From 20th April) at Lidl for £29.99

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Just bought a Titan for the low (but often repeated) price of £35

See:
hotukdeals.com/dea…119

however this just popped up and I may swap.

I've plenty of Parkside / Lidl Branded (Often German built) tools and find them fantastic value for the money, however i consider myself a humble hobbyist.

interested to hear opinions on usage as these have been sold before (~year ago), this one also rotates.

Also selling 3pks of blades for £4 / 2 for £6.
lidl.co.uk/en/…466

a couple are assorted materials.
these prices are about half price what you expect to pay for 1, or a pack off ebay a quick search indicates.

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Got one 2 years ago I think. Took a lot of punishment, still going strong. Will stock up on blades, thanks for the heads up.

I cant comment on the titan one but i did buy a cheap von haus one for 35 off amazon and this is in a different league. its the most sturdy parkside tool i have bought. ive done a fair amount of gardening and chopping firewood with it and it has never missed a beat. the blades are ok but i bought some saxton blades on amazon which combined with this have been great. just keep the receipt. i scan it then you dont worry about loosing it.

I'll reciprocate my love for this deal

Good saw got one aprox 3 yrs ago done many conifer trees decking loads of other jobs really took some hammer its struggling a bit now tho, big tip wear gloves on long use or you will get hand blisters.

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Good saw got one aprox 3 yrs ago done many conifer trees decking loads of … Good saw got one aprox 3 yrs ago done many conifer trees decking loads of other jobs really took some hammer its struggling a bit now tho, big tip wear gloves on long use or you will get hand blisters.



​yes, indeed. You may also want to consider looking at a HAVS chart:

http://www.workforcefirst.co.uk/web-cont1001/uploads/09-Vibration-exposure-table.gif

In the manual, rated at 9-12m/s^2, so you shouldn't be exceeding 1-2hrs daily trigger time, else risk of HAVS.

Not very good with the blades it comes with so see what it's like with some Bosch blades before i vote.

Thanks OP I have a few Parkside power tools and have given them a fair bit of use, a relative who occasionaly uses them is a hamfisted, heavy handed, feckless idiot who has given them a fair bit of abuse. They are still going as good as new.

Got this last time,not used the sod yet,but you never know.

anyone know where to get the sex toy converter cheap ?
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