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Parkside Sander Orbital OR Random Orbital £19.99 @ LIDL
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Parkside Sander Orbital OR Random Orbital £19.99 @ LIDL

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Parkside Sander Orbital OR Random Orbital £19.99 @ LIDL
Posted 20th Aug 2020Available: NationalEdited by:"RealBargainHunter"

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Orbital Sander (above)

  • Fully adjustable speed control
  • Easy sanding sheet exchange with hook and loop fastening or tool-free clamping system
  • Sanding surface: 92 x 182mm – suitable for standard sanding sheets
  • Ergonomic soft grips – suitable for right and left handers



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Parkside
Random Orbital Sander (above)


  • Sanding surface: Ø125mm - suitable for standard sanding sheets
  • Integrated dust extraction with dust container


Includes adaptor for external dust extraction, sanding sheet with hook and loop fastener (in grain size 120)
  • Rated input: 270W
  • No-load oscillation frequency: 14,000– 24,000opm
  • Power cable length: 4m
  • 3 year warranty

[Lidl] In-store from Sunday 30th August 2020 £19.99 each whilst stock last.
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I’ve just plastered a wall, can I use this to sand it down ?
blaster1920/08/2020 18:42

I’ve just plastered a wall, can I use this to sand it down ?


Yes
I literally just ordered a macallister one today link

Should I return it and hold out for the parkside one??
"The appliance is suitable for the dry sanding and buffing of wood, metal and paint. Any other uses, and modifications to the appliance, are deemed to be improper usage and may result in serious physical injury"

manualslib.com/man…e=5
I'd be a bit wary of these, I got a similar Parkside Random Orbital earlier this year I think and made the mistake of running it on top speed with no load momentarily and the bottom bit self destructed:

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I've given up on Random Orbit they just seem inherently carp, unless anyone can recommend an orbital (not random) handheld one. Belt and detail Sanders all the way.
Can I sand doors with these excessive paint I want to repaint
wakkaday20/08/2020 19:29

Can I sand doors with these excessive paint I want to repaint


You can.

The orbital sander will be easier to get in the corners.

Personally I'm a fan of chemical strippers. Far less effort.... especially if you can remove the door, and do it outside.
Roger_Irrelevant20/08/2020 19:08

I'd be a bit wary of these, I got a similar Parkside Random Orbital …I'd be a bit wary of these, I got a similar Parkside Random Orbital earlier this year I think and made the mistake of running it on top speed with no load momentarily and the bottom bit self destructed:[Image] I've given up on Random Orbit they just seem inherently carp, unless anyone can recommend an orbital (not random) handheld one. Belt and detail Sanders all the way.


My air one is indestructible... but you need a beasty compressor, so its really not great around the house.
How do I make the purchase ? No option to click on buy
cturnpenny20/08/2020 18:49

I literally just ordered a macallister one today linkShould I return it …I literally just ordered a macallister one today linkShould I return it and hold out for the parkside one??


I've a macallister one and it's been great. Paid 25ish Iirc from b and q. Sanded 3 small floors, stairs, bannisters, just sanded a table.

Only problems I've had it's its very chunky so not much use for corners, staircases etc... But yours in the link looks a slimmer design so would be fine.
blaster1920/08/2020 20:29

How do I make the purchase ? No option to click on buy


It’s in store only from Sunday 30th
Regprentice20/08/2020 20:41

I've a macallister one and it's been great. Paid 25ish Iirc from b and q. …I've a macallister one and it's been great. Paid 25ish Iirc from b and q. Sanded 3 small floors, stairs, bannisters, just sanded a table. Only problems I've had it's its very chunky so not much use for corners, staircases etc... But yours in the link looks a slimmer design so would be fine.


The Lidl one seems to have twice the no load opm. Am I right in thinking that’s essentially oscillating speed. Does that mean the Lidl blows the macallister out of the water? Newbie here I’m afraid!
Robdaraff20/08/2020 19:58

My air one is indestructible... but you need a beasty compressor, so its …My air one is indestructible... but you need a beasty compressor, so its really not great around the house.


Is that orbital or random orbit? Any random orbit one I've had seems to put all the power into the 'wobbling' bit and not enough into the rotary bit.
cturnpenny20/08/2020 20:47

The Lidl one seems to have twice the no load opm. Am I right in thinking …The Lidl one seems to have twice the no load opm. Am I right in thinking that’s essentially oscillating speed. Does that mean the Lidl blows the macallister out of the water? Newbie here I’m afraid!


On that front you are probably right.

I've a parkside mouse sander, it's OK but the velcro pad comes unstuck if I work It too hard, (seems like the glue melts).

I'd not send back the macallister til you actually get your hands on parkside. A few weeks ago I went looking for a plunge saw the day they went on sale and none of my 4 nearest branches actually had one.
Roger_Irrelevant20/08/2020 20:52

Is that orbital or random orbit? Any random orbit one I've had seems to …Is that orbital or random orbit? Any random orbit one I've had seems to put all the power into the 'wobbling' bit and not enough into the rotary bit.


I've had both, used for industrial paint. The random is definitely weaker, but its always a compromise for the smoother finish. Basically a palm sander though, but I got it second hand and never killed it. That's the joy if air I suppose. That, and not worrying about electric shocks.
wakkaday20/08/2020 19:29

Can I sand doors with these excessive paint I want to repaint


Further to other comment

You can't sand corners, although it is easier to with a orbital sander. I'd suggest random orbital since you say excessive paint. Random orbital with remove material faster for the same grit paper. You may like to start with some 40 grit and move through 60, 80 and 120. Remove the bulk of the paint with the 40 and 60 grit. Variety packs of sand paper are available on eBay.

For paint removal, you can't beat a scraper and hot air gun. Far cheaper than chemicals even considering the electricity. Each to their own.
Edited by: "friar_chris" 20th Aug
Roger_Irrelevant20/08/2020 19:08

I'd be a bit wary of these, I got a similar Parkside Random Orbital …I'd be a bit wary of these, I got a similar Parkside Random Orbital earlier this year I think and made the mistake of running it on top speed with no load momentarily and the bottom bit self destructed:[Image] I've given up on Random Orbit they just seem inherently carp, unless anyone can recommend an orbital (not random) handheld one. Belt and detail Sanders all the way.


The Bosch pex400 is a good 5" ROS and the Metabo 450 6" ROS is a very good 6" , I just use 60g mostly ,with 80 or 100g on 2nd 450 I have a blue Bosch 6" ros which I do not rate/use
Just about stopped using belt sanders - keep 40g on the 4" ones and 80g on a small old Skill one.The green Bosch 75a used to be a good belt sander
I find orbital a waste of time.(the rectangular base ones)
I don't use any cheap ros like this deal as they sound too "screechy" and not that effective - have got a couple , same for all the cheapy belt sanders.
Edited by: "zzzz" 20th Aug
Has anyone previously bought one of these and is it any good??? Ive had very mixed experiences with parkside stuff
zzzz:

The Bosch pex400 is a good 5" ROS and the Metabo 450 6" ROS is a very good 6" , I just use 60g mostly ,with 80 or 100g on 2nd 450 I have a blue Bosch 6" ros which I do not rate/use
Just about stopped using belt sanders - keep 40g on the 4" ones and 80g on a small old Skill one.The green Bosch 75a used to be a good belt sander
I find orbital a waste of time.(the rectangular base ones)
I don't use any cheap ros like this deal as they sound too "screechy" and not that effective - have got a couple , same for all the cheapy belt sanders.

Good points but if you've ever used say a Bosch 4" belt sander and Zirconium belts, it's scary how much stuff they remove. And no hassle with the velcro wearing out. Just sourced upto 600/1000 grade belts too so that n my Parkside detail sander (which is good, just need to glue the pads on tho) are my main Sanders. *

Just surprised there doesn't seem to be an electric, only rotation sander any more. Only polishers and angle grinders.

* Oh n just discovered "mop" type sanders off Ali Express for e.g. details on doors or chairs.
Edited by: "Roger_Irrelevant" 21st Aug
I had bosch 4" - had to be repaired x2 under g'tee.. Old Makitas are the beasts - heavy!
I chanced upon new Ryobi 4" - 20 yrs back - got a 2nd - both still OK
I like ros because much less likely to " dig a ditch" - don't really have to watch ,and can hear the radio !
I think most stuff is built down to a price nowadays , so like to buy good used .
Any suggestions how you would sand the inside edges on this bench for example? Seems a shame to sand the furniture apart from those inner sections...
How many of these do stores normally carry ?? Or do I have to turn up early on Sunday in the hope of getting one , thanks in advance
Orbital sander was £16.99 this morning in my local store had loads in stock
niallcassidy12327/08/2020 08:53

Orbital sander was £16.99 this morning in my local store had loads in stock


What about the random orbit?
Just picked this, the angle grinder and the hole saw up this morning
shame lidl are stuck in the last century and dont do online ordering
No option to purchase :/
None left in boscombe either
niallcassidy12327/08/2020 08:53

Orbital sander was £16.99 this morning in my local store had loads in stock


Lucky you! Showing 19.99 at mine. Plus there’s two versions I believe. One which has a circular sander and the other a rectangular sander
blaster1901/09/2020 19:24

Lucky you! Showing 19.99 at mine. Plus there’s two versions I believe. One …Lucky you! Showing 19.99 at mine. Plus there’s two versions I believe. One which has a circular sander and the other a rectangular sander


Yeah I got the round orbital one I took a picture of the price at the display incase it went through at 19.99 so I could prove it was advertised at 16.99
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