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parkside multi tool with 3 years guarantee £39.99 @ Lidl
parkside multi tool  with 3 years guarantee £39.99 @ Lidl

parkside multi tool with 3 years guarantee £39.99 @ Lidl

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its back and a bit dearer
i rushed to my lidl's this morning hoping to get one
there were stacks
got one!!
and with my parkside driver a good kit for diy

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Really useful tool. The blades wear quickly, but the Bosch ones fit, all be it at a price.

yep, one of the best tools you can buy IMO , use it for loads of different things

The lady in the advert looks as though she is just about to tidy her nails up with it.

Does anyone know if these hold a good charge for long and would they be much use for cutting tiles with?

I just by a ryobi corded rotary tool today and whilst I know this one in Lidl isn't a rotary tool, it would essentially do the same wouldn't it - but does anyone actually have one who could give a review?

Thanks

I know a lot of people prefer cordless, but I prefer corded for longer use. I have one of these which is great and only £29.99

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Does anyone know if these hold a good charge for long and would they be … Does anyone know if these hold a good charge for long and would they be much use for cutting tiles with?I just by a ryobi corded rotary tool today and whilst I know this one in Lidl isn't a rotary tool, it would essentially do the same wouldn't it - but does anyone actually have one who could give a review?Thanks



You really need corded for anything more than a couple of minutes of heavy cutting. Also the charge time is very slow.

I bought two of these, the first lasted about a month before failing, the second just over two years of fairly heavy usage. I previously had the Bosch green version which was no better or worse.

you guys say it is useful for a lot of things but can you give some examples?

cutting pipe, cutting floorboards, backboards in kitchens,, kitchen waste , cutting openings in sheet metal, it does not spark like a rotary tool and can fit in small gaps

i have a mains one not sure how powerful this battery one would be, personally i would go for a mains one
Edited by: "deanos" 24th Jun 2014

deanos

cutting pipe, cutting floorboards, backboards in kitchens,, kitchen … cutting pipe, cutting floorboards, backboards in kitchens,, kitchen waste , cutting openings in sheet metal, it does not spark like a rotary tool and can fit in small gapsi have a mains one not sure how powerful this battery one would be, personally i would go for a mains one



Thank you, pretty much everything I need it for, how about tiles and MDF/Chipboard?

yep tiles , chipboard no problem, as long as you have the right cutting blades, the tile one has grit on the end, some of them come with a few blades, there is a teratek one on ebay for £30 with a load of blades

biggong

you guys say it is useful for a lot of things but can you give some … you guys say it is useful for a lot of things but can you give some examples?




Cutting the bottom of door frames so you can slide wooden flooring underneath
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