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Parkside X 20V Cordless Team : Hammer Drill - £39.99 | Circular Saw - £49.99 instore at Lidl
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Parkside X 20V Cordless Team : Hammer Drill - £39.99 | Circular Saw - £49.99 instore at Lidl

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Posted 21st Mar 2019

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Parkside 20V 2-Speed Cordless Hammer Drill
  • Powerful motor with 2-speed gearbox and optional high-performance hammer mechanism
  • Fast 60-minute charger with automatic switch-off
  • Integrated LED work light
  • 3-stage battery status indicator
  • Includes 2 bits and rubberised auxiliary handle
  • Battery compatible with all tools in the Parkside X 20V Team series
  • Max. torque: 45Nm
  • 3-year warranty



Parkside 20V Cordless Circular Saw ( not powerful as Performance series, but good enough for DIY jobs around home)
lidl.co.uk/en/…145
  • Fast 60-minute charger with automatic switch-off
  • Suitable for standard Ø150mm saw blades
  • Adaptor for external dust extraction
  • 3-stage battery status indicator
  • Battery compatible with all tools in the Parkside X 20V Team series
  • No-load rotation speed: 3,800rpm
  • Max. cutting depth (in wood) at 0°: 0–48mm; at 45°: 0-36mm
  • Cutting angle: 0–45°
  • 3-year warranty
  • Accessories included: saw blade Ø 150 x Ø 16mm with 18 teeth (pre-assembled), 1 hex key, 1 parallel stop, 1 adaptor for external dust extraction

Parkside 20V 4Ah Li-Ion Battery
lidl.co.uk/en/…153

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Thanks for posting, been waiting for around a year for this drill to be back in store!
Oooh summertime is here again. Heat! When do they start getting the SDD drills in??
I’d buy the fatmax in b&q over this for £20 more.
I have the other tools in this range (circular saw and impact driver) and they are excellent guality, good power and battery life. And all share the same battery type. I'll be having one of these.
Shame they're not bare tools.
Loving the price on that cordless circular saw. Ideal for cutting up sheet material for the journey home from the wood yard.
checkley7321/03/2019 07:20

I’d buy the fatmax in b&q over this for £20 more.


3 year warranty over 1 year? I'd defo go for the Parkside
Nicebob33 m ago

I have the other tools in this range (circular saw and impact driver) and …I have the other tools in this range (circular saw and impact driver) and they are excellent guality, good power and battery life. And all share the same battery type. I'll be having one of these.


Love the series!.. they've done a good job!
sillyoldbear21/03/2019 07:29

Shame they're not bare tools.


Most of the tools do come bare as they sell the charger and batteries separately anyway.

This doesn't say it comes with charger or battery.

When buying a battery for this ensure its the 4000 mah.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 21st Mar 2019
polarbaba21/03/2019 08:01

Most of the tools do come bare as they sell the charger and batteries …Most of the tools do come bare as they sell the charger and batteries separately anyway.This doesn't say it comes with charger or battery.When buying a battery for this ensure its the 4000 mah.


None of these are bare tools they are all bundled with battery and charger. Check the pictures. I have 3 chargers no need for another

no need for a 4000mah battery for a drill the 2000mah is more than adequate. If you need a 4ah drill you need to look for something a bit better than this.
sillyoldbear21/03/2019 08:11

None of these are bare tools they are all bundled with battery and …None of these are bare tools they are all bundled with battery and charger. Check the pictures. I have 3 chargers no need for anotherno need for a 4000mah battery for a drill the 2000mah is more than adequate. If you need a 4ah drill you need to look for something a bit better than this.


I need to edit my response.. you're right, but I was thinking of the circular saw, which needs some juice.
Also they are providing a weaker 2000mah with the saw presumably for achieving a price point, but utterly unfit for purpose .
Edited by: "polarbaba" 21st Mar 2019
This deal starts on thursday 28th march
polarbaba21/03/2019 08:14

I need to edit my response.. you're right, but I was thinking of the …I need to edit my response.. you're right, but I was thinking of the circular saw, which needs some juice.Also they are providing a weaker 2000mah with the saw presumably for achieving a price point, but utterly unfit for purpose .


I think you're confusing power with duration. A 2ah 20v battery will not be "weaker" than the 4ah 20v battery it will just discharge quicker (or do half as many cuts in this case). For most DIY users 2 X 2ah batteries will probably be ideal. One charging while the other is in use. Admittedly a saw will drain a 2ah battery pretty quickly though.
Edited by: "MrWani" 21st Mar 2019
MrWani21/03/2019 08:46

I think you're confusing power with duration. A 2ah 20v battery will not …I think you're confusing power with duration. A 2ah 20v battery will not be "weaker" than the 4ah 20v battery it will just discharge quicker (or do half as many cuts in this case). For most DIY users 2 X 2ah batteries will probably be ideal. One charging while the other is in use. Admittedly a saw will drain a 2ah battery pretty quickly though.


The 4000mah one will deliver the extra current required by the saw.

The drills don't need it , but the saw does.
polarbaba21/03/2019 09:08

The 4000mah one will deliver the extra current required by the saw.The …The 4000mah one will deliver the extra current required by the saw.The drills don't need it , but the saw does.


I'm not going to pretend to be an expert on this however I still think you're wrong although there's some valid theory behind what you're saying.

A 4ah has twice as many cells as a 2ah battery and therefore theroetically could produce twice the amps however the tool will only draw the amps it requires which will be within the capability of all of parkside battery pack range. 2ah and 4ah.

Your comment would be valid if the saw was intelligent enough to know it had different battery packs attached and could therefore draw extra amps but I doubt Parkside have this capability. From what I've read some of the more premium Milwaukee's etc. can do this but it's a well advertised and probably expensive feature.

There are probably some other minor considerations but for real world noticeable performance I don't believe there would be any difference between the 2 and 4 ah batteries other than duration (number of cuts) which will be approximately double in the bigger battery.
This would be an indication to what they have in stock
lidl.de/de/…968

the_mercy_of_percy21/03/2019 07:10

Oooh summertime is here again. Heat! When do they start getting the SDD …Oooh summertime is here again. Heat! When do they start getting the SDD drills in??

Looking out for the Impact Driver, been waiting for ages since I missed out on the last deal. I bought the Fatmax not long ago, but would be tempted to switch to this because, as suniil pointed out, the batteries are also compatible with other tools of interest... :/
MrWani21/03/2019 09:37

I'm not going to pretend to be an expert on this however I still think …I'm not going to pretend to be an expert on this however I still think you're wrong although there's some valid theory behind what you're saying.A 4ah has twice as many cells as a 2ah battery and therefore theroetically could produce twice the amps however the tool will only draw the amps it requires which will be within the capability of all of parkside battery pack range. 2ah and 4ah. Your comment would be valid if the saw was intelligent enough to know it had different battery packs attached and could therefore draw extra amps but I doubt Parkside have this capability. From what I've read some of the more premium Milwaukee's etc. can do this but it's a well advertised and probably expensive feature.There are probably some other minor considerations but for real world noticeable performance I don't believe there would be any difference between the 2 and 4 ah batteries other than duration (number of cuts) which will be approximately double in the bigger battery.


The batteries are in parallel mate.. that's how the current is doubled.
MrWani2 h, 40 m ago

I'm not going to pretend to be an expert on this however I still think …I'm not going to pretend to be an expert on this however I still think you're wrong although there's some valid theory behind what you're saying.A 4ah has twice as many cells as a 2ah battery and therefore theroetically could produce twice the amps however the tool will only draw the amps it requires which will be within the capability of all of parkside battery pack range. 2ah and 4ah. Your comment would be valid if the saw was intelligent enough to know it had different battery packs attached and could therefore draw extra amps but I doubt Parkside have this capability. From what I've read some of the more premium Milwaukee's etc. can do this but it's a well advertised and probably expensive feature.There are probably some other minor considerations but for real world noticeable performance I don't believe there would be any difference between the 2 and 4 ah batteries other than duration (number of cuts) which will be approximately double in the bigger battery.




Bigger capacity batteries can deliver more current, and circular saws need more current than a drill. The motor will draw significantly more current while spinning up to speed, under load and especially if stalled, the maximum current the battery can deliver will limit the motor's torque. I suspect a 4ah battery will both outlive and outlast 2 x 2ah batteries when used in a circular saw.
Edited by: "melted" 21st Mar 2019
NeoBlade2 h, 54 m ago

Looking out for the Impact Driver, been waiting for ages since I missed …Looking out for the Impact Driver, been waiting for ages since I missed out on the last deal. I bought the Fatmax not long ago, but would be tempted to switch to this because, as suniil pointed out, the batteries are also compatible with other tools of interest... :/


The other tools on the range have been slowly drip fed into thier Thursday deals..
Keep a look out.. you'll likely find something you like
polarbaba21/03/2019 08:14

I need to edit my response.. you're right, but I was thinking of the …I need to edit my response.. you're right, but I was thinking of the circular saw, which needs some juice.Also they are providing a weaker 2000mah with the saw presumably for achieving a price point, but utterly unfit for purpose .


I have the saw with a 2000mah battery and find it ok for what I use it for which is mainly 12mm MDF board. Anything more and the battery is dead after 10 minutes.
polarbaba21/03/2019 09:08

The 4000mah one will deliver the extra current required by the saw.The …The 4000mah one will deliver the extra current required by the saw.The drills don't need it , but the saw does.


See mrwani reply, greater MAH does not give more power, but same power for longer. :/
Nicebob21/03/2019 13:41

See mrwani reply, greater MAH does not give more power, but same power for …See mrwani reply, greater MAH does not give more power, but same power for longer. :/


Guess I'll have to throw my HND in electronics engineering in the bin then! Oh well it was good while it lasted!
Edited by: "polarbaba" 21st Mar 2019
Maybe, I think, probable or maybe not, definitely.😗
polarbaba20 m ago

Guess I'll have to throw my HND in electronics engineering in the bin …Guess I'll have to throw my HND in electronics engineering in the bin then! Oh well it was good while it lasted!


In that case I retract my first uninformed rubbish comment.

I thought the voltage was an indication of the power and battery mah told you how long the battery would last, IE a 20v 4000mah battery would supply the same power but last twice as long as a 20v 2000mah battery.

Thanks for the free lesson.
Do they do a impact driver in this range? Nothing on their website
squiby21/03/2019 14:37

Do they do a impact driver in this range? Nothing on their website


Yes they do, I got one last year it is very good, but looks like it is not on sale this year yet.
Nicebob3 m ago

Yes they do, I got one last year it is very good, but looks like it is not …Yes they do, I got one last year it is very good, but looks like it is not on sale this year yet.


I got the same one, I love it!.
My dad finds any reason to use it!
polarbaba21/03/2019 09:08

The 4000mah one will deliver the extra current required by the saw.The …The 4000mah one will deliver the extra current required by the saw.The drills don't need it , but the saw does.


As shown in this video ..... ignore the subject and start at either 8 mins or 10 mins as he shows the difference between the battery sizes and performance.

Edited by: "welshblob" 21st Mar 2019
sillyoldbear21/03/2019 07:29

Shame they're not bare tools.


Agree as I have the impact driver and two batteries and a charger already.
suniil21/03/2019 10:14

This would be an indication to what they have in …This would be an indication to what they have in stockhttps://www.lidl.de/de/parkside-x-20-v-team/c19968


They never bring that damn impact wrench in to stock
welshblob1 h, 2 m ago

Agree as I have the impact driver and two batteries and a charger already.


Chargers also die, so you are investing in the range,then I would say having a spare one wouldn't hurt.
But more than two would be far too excessive.
MoneyEyes11 h, 27 m ago

3 year warranty over 1 year? I'd defo go for the Parkside


Fatmax has 3 years too
polarbaba21/03/2019 10:43

The batteries are in parallel mate.. that's how the current is doubled.


Agreed that the cells are in parallel. Otherwise the output voltage would be 40V. However, it is the applied voltage and the resistance of the load which determine the current draw......not the charge capacity of the battery. A battery with a larger charge capacity (4000mAh) would provide the same current (determined by the resistance of the saw) as a smaller charge capacity 2000mAh, but the larger capacity battery would last twice the time and on a full charge provide twice the energy to the saw.
The only way to double the current for the same applied voltage, would be to halve the saw's resistance.
friar_chris14 m ago

Agreed that the cells are in parallel. Otherwise the output voltage would …Agreed that the cells are in parallel. Otherwise the output voltage would be 40V. However, it is the applied voltage and the resistance of the load which determine the current draw......not the charge capacity of the battery. A battery with a larger charge capacity (4000mAh) would provide the same current (determined by the resistance of the saw) as a smaller charge capacity 2000mAh, but the larger capacity battery would last twice the time and on a full charge provide twice the energy to the saw.The only way to double the current for the same applied voltage, would be to halve the saw's resistance.


The saw needs a lot of current therefore I deduce it has a low resistance.
It's doing a hell of a lot of work and needs the energy.
I think we've got a bit side tracked here.
The saw needs more power to run than the drill. That's all.
Please get a 4000mah battery for the saw if possible, otherwise you'll be starving it, and you won't get the power it can truly deliver. I have a 21v saw and it's night and day with a 2000mah Vs 4000mah.
Nicebob21/03/2019 13:39

I have the saw with a 2000mah battery and find it ok for what I use it for …I have the saw with a 2000mah battery and find it ok for what I use it for which is mainly 12mm MDF board. Anything more and the battery is dead after 10 minutes.


I know its difficult to say, but if you were feeding 12mm MDF board into the saw, how long might it run uninterrupted of a 2000mAh battery?
In the market for a drill just for light DIY jobs around the house. Is this good enough or should I get the Stanley fat max one on b&q for 20 quid more? Not too familiar with the names etc for diy tools
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