Parkside Electric Impact Wrench £29.99 @ Lidl
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Parkside Electric Impact Wrench £29.99 @ Lidl

£29.99£52.3743%LIDL Deals
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Found 17th Mar
  • 450W
  • Perfect for loosening tight screws or fitting car wheels
  • Impact mechanism with high power delivery
  • Safety-limited torque to avoid damage to the workpiece or rims
  • Switch for right/left rotation
  • Max. loosening torque: 320Nm
  • Max. tightening torque: 100Nm (safety-limited)
  • No-load rotation speed: 3,600rpm
  • Includes four impact wrench sockets (SW 17/19/21/22) and two spare carbon brushes
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Better than Silverlines 400W wrench,
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is this equivalent to hairdryers but for men to fix their head when they have a screw loose?
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No, but a big boys toys when they have a car to fix
Never seen the diet coke advert hunk, at our Kwik Fit changing the tyres with his big gun!

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Looks quality and big, could be credible anyone know the power kn or is it nw?.
I actually read the thread 320NM
This was never £52
When is this available? Just came back from Lidl, didn't notice it in store..
pwel3 m ago

When is this available? Just came back from Lidl, didn't notice it in …When is this available? Just came back from Lidl, didn't notice it in store..


Thursday
Don't waste your hard earned dough! invest in a decent knuckle bar instead, these are not very powerful
Any thoughts on using a convertor from 1/2inch impact wrench to 1/4inch impact driver with this tool?
hhali6 m ago

Any thoughts on using a convertor from 1/2inch impact wrench to 1/4inch …Any thoughts on using a convertor from 1/2inch impact wrench to 1/4inch impact driver with this tool?


Do you mean use it as an impact driver for screws?

Might be a bit of overkill buy it would do the job i suppose.
worthinger3 m ago

Do you mean use it as an impact driver for screws?Might be a bit of …Do you mean use it as an impact driver for screws?Might be a bit of overkill buy it would do the job i suppose.


Yes for screws. It states 100nm tightening torque which isn't a lot anyway
For extremely small wheels
hhali1 h, 32 m ago

Any thoughts on using a convertor from 1/2inch impact wrench to 1/4inch …Any thoughts on using a convertor from 1/2inch impact wrench to 1/4inch impact driver with this tool?


I use 1/2 impact wrench with the proper size socket to drive long hex head woodscrews, I don't see the need for a converter..
Best thing for tight nuts, loose underpants😄
Handy bit of kit especially for a particularly stubborn crank pulley bolt.
pwel1 h, 12 m ago

I use 1/2 impact wrench with the proper size socket to drive long hex head …I use 1/2 impact wrench with the proper size socket to drive long hex head woodscrews, I don't see the need for a converter..


I was referring to pozi and phillips screw heads
Does anyone have one of these from previous deals?

I keep putting off buying one when they come in stock but with the state of half the bolts I come across on cars and bikes I might just get one for £29:99.

It costs more than that for 1 trip to the garage to get something replaced!!!
T1Cybernetic1 h, 8 m ago

Does anyone have one of these from previous deals?I keep putting off …Does anyone have one of these from previous deals?I keep putting off buying one when they come in stock but with the state of half the bolts I come across on cars and bikes I might just get one for £29:99.It costs more than that for 1 trip to the garage to get something replaced!!!


Fine for wheelnuts but if you're using on suspension or crankpulley kind of stuff then ime these Lidl ones just aren't upto the task. We've been using a cheapo Clarke similar to (might actually be) this for many years and not failed us yet. It depends what you expect from it so long as you have realistic expectations for £30. Depending on what you already have they do get in 18v cordless ones which I think they were £40 last time and not much different powerwise between them iirc. Or just get yourself a decent 1/2 breaker and some impact sockets.
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T1Cybernetic1 h, 24 m ago

Does anyone have one of these from previous deals?I keep putting off …Does anyone have one of these from previous deals?I keep putting off buying one when they come in stock but with the state of half the bolts I come across on cars and bikes I might just get one for £29:99.It costs more than that for 1 trip to the garage to get something replaced!!!


Least you could have done was to vote me hot. Come onnnnnn
f4se8ook19th Mar

Least you could have done was to vote me hot. Come onnnnnn


Where does the £52.37 come from OP? Proof or it's cold!
Edited by: "Besford" 23rd Mar
Have seen it, not as big as my clarke but less than 1/2price...
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I've got one it's excellent for changing suspension, springs etc
Saved me more than a few scuffed knuckles
Well worth £30 in my opinion
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