parkside precision multi-grinder £19.99 at Lidl
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parkside precision multi-grinder £19.99 at Lidl

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Found 12th May 2016
This is just another Lidl deal but I thought might be useful to those who don't use the Lidl app or Website to see the deals while wanted one of these just like Me.

I've been looking for one of these for a while and even been watching a few ones on eBay. For £20 and 3 years warranty I can't see the harm in getting it from Lidl

Link: lidl.co.uk/cps…=GB
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This looks like the exact model I got 2 years ago. They do several, this one comes with the flexible extension shaft (which I don't think I've ever used!). Really can't fault it, plenty of power and never let me down.
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The flexible extension is actually one of the reasons that made me choose this one over the others as its a brilliant option for working on very tight and small parts ... Going to be using it on my car project, the extension is definitely a bonus
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PrincessJellybean

Might go well with this deal I found … Might go well with this deal I found earlier.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/400-piece-rotary-tool-accessory-kit-11-99-delivered-maplin-2446464



Wow that's great, ordered now thanks very much for pointing out as I missed this deal
Picked up one from my local Lidl, today. I just can't believe how good the build quality is and it has everything i needed in the box. Thanks OP.
Really good tool has a router attachment that I have already made a sign with (yesterday)
Could this be used to cut stainless steel?
jamhops

Really good tool has a router attachment that I have already made a sign … Really good tool has a router attachment that I have already made a sign with (yesterday)



got a pic?

looking to build up my tool set so would be good to see an example of use.
description does say: With a highly flexible shaft for extra precision .
Is this what I need to get the grinding I always dreamed of??


Edited by: "miaomiaobaubau" 15th May 2016
Got one of these last year, it's a very handy thing to have. Quality is excellent, and for £20 you really can't go wrong.
I have the Maplin one, this one looks great too!

Think this is the same one (Parkside rotary tool), just an unboxing video, gives a closer look https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zH74bpdjLnw

Also, these videos may help anyone new to rotary tools -

How to set up a rotary tool/use the flexible shaft (this is a demonstration of a generic tool but the same instructions apply) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HF6DWvPQq7k

How to use mandrels & attachments youtube.com/wat…qxY
Edited by: "louiselouise" 15th May 2016
I bight it for £5
wife bought me a Dremel 4000 for my Birthday from B&Q...70 odd quid.....spindle broke on it on flexi shaft......so it went back....refunded....then this came up ....and to be honest......its got all the same qualities and more for £19.99 cased.....with 3 year no quibble warranty......Heated......;)
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davidbrent

Could this be used to cut stainless steel?



Yes all you need is the right cutting disc as the tool itself has 5 level of power to adjust and pretty powerful too.
miaomiaobaubau

description does say: With a highly flexible shaft for extra precision … description does say: With a highly flexible shaft for extra precision .Is this what I need to get the grinding I always dreamed of??Yes indeed surrr......and something for the weekend too while your at it......


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miaomiaobaubau

description does say: With a highly flexible shaft for extra precision … description does say: With a highly flexible shaft for extra precision .Is this what I need to get the grinding I always dreamed of??



I think this is going to be one of the best tools you have, I have a full size grinder, powerful multi tool and many other really decent electric tools but this one is by far the best one, most practical yet powerful to do everything you need. As I said been looking for such item for a long time and I searched a few retailers including eBay. This is a good piece of kit for £20
masliya

I think this is going to be one of the best tools you have, I have a full … I think this is going to be one of the best tools you have, I have a full size grinder, powerful multi tool and many other really decent electric tools but this one is by far the best one, most practical yet powerful to do everything you need. As I said been looking for such item for a long time and I searched a few retailers including eBay. This is a good piece of kit for £20




woooosh ......right over the Noggin......:D
got one just seems great, led light attachment been left on and battery is dead but amazing
This is an alternative for £15 delivered
ebuyer.com/438986
I had one of these from Lidl last year, I found the quality was very poor compared to a Dremel. It started to fall apart when I tightened up the bits.
Got one a week or two ago from lidl ni. Seems alright so far. Heavey enough
Hondo

woooosh ......right over the Noggin......:D


Glad I wasn't the only one that noticed!
If you get one then get on ebay and buy the chuck accessory so you don't have to faff around with the collets and that little spanner. You can get them from china for about £1.20 delivered.

edit:
just search for "dremel chuck" and buy it now, sort by price lowest. 99p.
Duelling Duck

If you get one then get on ebay and buy the chuck accessory so you don't … If you get one then get on ebay and buy the chuck accessory so you don't have to faff around with the collets and that little spanner. You can get them from china for about £1.20 delivered.edit: just search for "dremel chuck" and buy it now, sort by price lowest. 99p.



If I'm searching correctly then no need, as the Lidl one comes with a keyless chuck. Or at least my one did 2 years ago.
Picked one up thanks OP
Can this tool be used to remove old tile grouting?
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snaplite

Can this tool be used to remove old tile grouting?



I think this is what you need: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B004I266U4?pc_redir=T1&redirect=true&tag=ho01f-21

But Aldi had one for £20 and with 3 years warranty too
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