Parkside Precision Multi-Grinder @Lidl £19.99
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Parkside Precision Multi-Grinder @Lidl £19.99

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Found 4th May 2017
In stores on Thursday 11th May

Versatile tool for drilling, milling, engraving, polishing, cleaning, cutting and grinding.

Powerful motor with variable speed control.

With a highly flexible shaft for extra precision and spindle-lock for swift and easy attachment change.

Includes 42 attachments, stand with clamping device, flexible shaft, routing base and LED worklight attachment.

160 W

Specifications:

Adjustable no-load speed (rpm): 10,000 – 40,000.

Collets Ø (mm): 2.4 / 3.2.

Power cable length (m): 3.

3 Year warranty.

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Will this be any good at sharpening garden tools?
craigdm

Will this be any good at sharpening garden tools?


It's like a dremmel! Maybe you could sharpen your tool in the garden though.
when it comes with the flex shaft and hanger as well this is a scorching deal for £20... do I need it hell no! I have an original Dremel, a replacement Dremel and a cheap parkside battery version, but can I resist this?? Hell NO...
I have this version, its stood up to a lot and still going strong.
Perfect, just what I need for my nails Voted HOT!
Would the hanger and whatnot be dremel compatible? Got a dremel 3000 which iirc has a lower minimum speed (good for plastics) and some accessories so don't want to replace it.
Ooh, this one has a light on it!
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CampGareth

Would the hanger and whatnot be dremel compatible? Got a dremel 3000 … Would the hanger and whatnot be dremel compatible? Got a dremel 3000 which iirc has a lower minimum speed (good for plastics) and some accessories so don't want to replace it.



The hanger and the attachments should fit the Dremel but I'm not sure about the flexi-shaft.
mmm this or the ozito for £21.74 and 109 accessories from homebase...(but no stand)
I've had the Aldi 'workzone' version for about 6 years now (£9.99/£12.99 back then!) 160w 35,000 max rpm. Flexible extension+stand etc. Used it on so many jobs. Even cutting off car sill sections using diamond cut off discs from eBay. Much less medival that a full blown angle grinder, especially in tight places.

The homebase one posted above looks very good as it's 170w and still 35,000rpm especially​ with the 3 year guarantee
who_are_you_uk

mmm this or the ozito for £21.74 and 109 accessories from homebase...(but … mmm this or the ozito for £21.74 and 109 accessories from homebase...(but no stand)


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I think I'll go for the Parkside though.
Edited by: "alfa111" 4th May 2017
Looked on here for a dremel type over the last few days, so no offers, so ordered one from Amazon. The day it arrives, this deal is posted. Gutted.

Great value at £20
need to get this been meaning to get one for ages

cheers
I don't know what I'd use it on but I want it, what typical things do you guys use it on?
MR1123

I don't know what I'd use it on but I want it, what typical things do you … I don't know what I'd use it on but I want it, what typical things do you guys use it on?


I think the title gives it away "Versatile tool for drilling, milling, engraving, polishing, cleaning, cutting and grinding"
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Northerndave

Looked on here for a dremel type over the last few days, so no offers, so … Looked on here for a dremel type over the last few days, so no offers, so ordered one from Amazon. The day it arrives, this deal is posted. Gutted.Great value at £20



Can't you send it back for a refund?
nougat

I think the title gives it away "Versatile tool for drilling, milling, … I think the title gives it away "Versatile tool for drilling, milling, engraving, polishing, cleaning, cutting and grinding"



'for' and 'on' would suggest otherwise.
MR1123

'for' and 'on' would suggest otherwise.


Sorry miss understood your question. You obviously don't need it as you seem to manage polishing your tool by hand quite well.
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MR1123

I don't know what I'd use it on but I want it, what typical things do you … I don't know what I'd use it on but I want it, what typical things do you guys use it on?



I use mine for crafting. They are good for that. Jewellery making etc. They aren't so good for heavier jobs though.
what is it i need to take surface rust (maybe a bit worse)... off of my mums tin shed anyone know ???

i've got the protective spray paint for after i remove the rust
ijwia

what is it i need to take surface rust (maybe a bit worse)... off of my … what is it i need to take surface rust (maybe a bit worse)... off of my mums tin shed anyone know ??? i've got the protective spray paint for after i remove the rust


You need a cheap angle grinder with a wire wheel.
It will rip the rust off the metal shed like it was butter and leave a nice shiny metal finish ready for painting (make sure you wear some eye protection though)
Edited by: "paulandpam1" 11th May 2017
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