Parkside Detail Sander £12.99 @ Lidl
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Parkside Detail Sander £12.99 @ Lidl

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Found 11th Mar
Parkside Detail Sander1

£ 12.99each
  • For highly efficient sanding of tight spaces
  • Easy to exchange self-adhesive sanding sheets
  • Tear drop shape base allows you to access tight corners
  • Integrated suction with collection box and adaptor for external dust extraction
  • Includes nine sanding sheets
  • 160W

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Used this on some old furniture did the job very well. Would recommend it for personal use you can't go wrong
Is this in stores now?! Lidl often release different products from their leaflets on different days of the week.

The one in the leaflet from March 1st was cordless (12V), this one is clearly corded (and 160Watt)
Edited by: "friar_chris" 11th Mar
I've had one for a few years and agree it's a great little sander for smaller DIY jobs. Very light and controllable. Fitting the dust collector is a pain!
friar_chris11 h, 15 m ago

Is this in stores now?! Lidl often release different products from their …Is this in stores now?! Lidl often release different products from their leaflets on different days of the week.The one in the leaflet from March 1st was cordless (12V), this one is clearly corded (and 160Watt)


Live from the 15th
friar_chris11 h, 21 m ago

Is this in stores now?! Lidl often release different products from their …Is this in stores now?! Lidl often release different products from their leaflets on different days of the week.The one in the leaflet from March 1st was cordless (12V), this one is clearly corded (and 160Watt)


Cordless one was £28, so I left it and will be waiting for the corded one.

If I want a cordless one I can just buy a ryobi palm sander when it is on offer for £30 as I already have the battery and charger.

The reason why I only posted this one £12.99 can't go wrong.
Shenx16 h, 50 m ago

Would recommend it for personal use you can't go wrong



Bit S @ M, heard of buffing it up but that's taking it a bit far.
Just picked one up pretty cool
I got a cheapie one a "VonHaus" from Amazon and it's been cr*p so I think I'll buy one of these. Fancied the screwdriver too as my charger for the bosch is knackered
Edited by: "PhilK" 17th Mar
PhilK5 h, 23 m ago

I got a cheapie one a "VonHaus" from Amazon and it's been cr*p so I think …I got a cheapie one a "VonHaus" from Amazon and it's been cr*p so I think I'll buy one of these. Fancied the screwdriver too as my charger for the bosch is knackered


Did you pay £20 for your bosch one on amazon?.
f4se8ook10 h, 36 m ago

Did you pay £20 for your bosch one on amazon?.


£24 I think, yes - you do same ? And have problem with the charger ? And more importantly - do you have a fix to the problem ?
PhilK4 m ago

£24 I think, yes - you do same ? And have problem with the charger ? And …£24 I think, yes - you do same ? And have problem with the charger ? And more importantly - do you have a fix to the problem ?


I paid £20 fore the little 3.6V li ion battery thing, is your charger faulty or your batteries, in regard to teh charger u can use any micro USB
f4se8ook3 m ago

I paid £20 fore the little 3.6V li ion battery thing, is your charger …I paid £20 fore the little 3.6V li ion battery thing, is your charger faulty or your batteries, in regard to teh charger u can use any micro USB


Well how ? It rests in a cradle. The cradle needs the screwdriver pressed down FORCIBLY into it to work. I can't see how a micro
usb charger can do anything at all
I see

It seems as if you have an earlier version

The one I have has no no cradle and rather just takes charge through micro usb
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