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

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Found 6th MayEdited by:"Stevio"
This offer seems to come round once a year. A while stocks last job but looks to be available everywhere. I think particularly good value with the included attachments.
(Its a cheap Dremel type tool)... Just picked one up myself & it seems to have a frighteningly beefy motor.
Comes all in a case with...

Variable speed control
Flexible shaft for extra precision and spindle-lock for swift and easy attachment change.
42 attachments
Stand with clamping device
Routing base
LED work light attachment
160 WATT.
Adjustable no-load speed: 10,000–40,000rpm
Collets: Ø2.4mm and Ø3.2mm
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great i always wanted to be a dentist
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great i always wanted to be a dentist
Perfect gift for my cousin who is a mohel.
davidbrent36 m ago

Perfect gift for my cousin who is a mohel.


Ahahahaha.
Not funny
Ought a dremmel and it bust after 12 months and vert very little use, common fault the switch went, replaced the switch and it lasted 2 weeks, in the bin now.
Might try this very little money
Fantastic value with a 3 yr warranty, would get if I didn't already have a rotary tool, nice spot.
I got this a few years ago and it's great. (Mine didn't come with the stand though)
Trouble is the nose thread is not the same pitch as a Dremel as most other rotary multi tools are, so no common attachments will screw on and I don't see any available in this pitch either ( eg chainsaw, knife, chisel and lawn mower sharpeners, handles, spark shields and so on). Also the main spindle thread is one size up from a Dremel too but chucks and collets can be found. so all in all its uses are a bit limited


Very noisy and vibrates at maximum speed too.
Edited by: "shedloads" 6th May
shedloads24 m ago

Trouble is the nose thread is not the same pitch as a Dremel as most other …Trouble is the nose thread is not the same pitch as a Dremel as most other rotary multi tools are, so no common attachments will screw on and I don't see any available in this pitch either ( eg chainsaw, knife, chisel and lawn mower sharpeners, handles, spark shields and so on). Also the main spindle thread is one size up from a Dremel too but chucks and collets can be found. so all in all its uses are limited Very noisy and vibrates at maximum speed too.


So what would be your recommendation? This, used dremil etc?
I bought this yesterday and am very pleased with it. Good value for the money. I have already used it to cut a slot into a domehead bolt so I could get a screwdriver into it.
Anyone knows where to find matching size fittings?
Does anyone know if Dremel fittings, fit this? It doesn't come with many bits. Or is there a bit that can be bought to make them fit? Thank you
I'd like to know which accessories fit this too. Didn't see any in 3 separate stores.
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Lijong_Tao12th May

Does anyone know if Dremel fittings, fit this? It doesn't come with many …Does anyone know if Dremel fittings, fit this? It doesn't come with many bits. Or is there a bit that can be bought to make them fit? Thank you



ja99son12th May

I'd like to know which accessories fit this too. Didn't see any in 3 …I'd like to know which accessories fit this too. Didn't see any in 3 separate stores.


There are no problems finding finding the bits for, milling, engraving, drills, routers, cutting disks, grinding / polishing mandrels to fit the 3.2 or 2.4 mm collets provided. Or for that matter different size collets to fit very cheaply from a well known auction site... The problem lies in pitch of the screw thread of the collet tensioning nut, so that as said by shedloads, the Dremel screw on attachments won't fit.... And yes as the op I had ordered extras before reading the comments above & am now the proud owner of an adjustable keyless chuck that wont fit so lost out on a couple of quid there. ... But all the bits I bought fit perfectly.
So with my Parkside I need to look for bits that fit the 3.2 or 2.4mm collets?Cutting, routing into glass and stone and polishing. Can you send me some links so I may get additional bits. perhaps a multi pack? I am autistic and with there having lots of parts I don't want to get the wrong ones thank you
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Lijong_Tao21 h, 36 m ago

So with my Parkside I need to look for bits that fit the 3.2 or 2.4mm …So with my Parkside I need to look for bits that fit the 3.2 or 2.4mm collets?Cutting, routing into glass and stone and polishing. Can you send me some links so I may get additional bits. perhaps a multi pack? I am autistic and with there having lots of parts I don't want to get the wrong ones thank you


Yep, thats about it. I have bought the following etching bits & a few wood router bits that are for 3.2mm (or 1/8 of an inch in old money) & can vouch that they fit mine perfectly...

ebay.co.uk/itm…649

and...
ebay.co.uk/itm…649

The main reason I bought these was that I wanted them quickly & these were from UK sellers. There are these & much more available from the far east sellers that are far cheaper provided you are prepared to wait for delivery.
Be safe, wear eye protection & enjoy your hobbying.
Edited by: "Stevio" 15th May
Thanks so much Sir
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