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Silverline Tools 571295 DIY 650W Angle Grinder 115mm, 650 W, Blue £10.95 (Prime) £15.44 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Silverline Tools 571295 DIY 650W Angle Grinder 115mm, 650 W, Blue £10.95 (Prime) £15.44 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 31st Dec 2019

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- 2-position auxiliary handle
- Spindle lock
- On / off automatic safety release switch for improved operator protection
- For grinding & cutting of metals, stone & concrete
- Suitable for use with wire cup brushes & wheels for rapid removal of rust & corrosion
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Don’t need one. Will never use it. Ordered. Cheers.
If u don't have prime, buy it from FFX for same price

ffx.co.uk/too…BwE
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Happy New Year everyone!
If u don't have prime, buy it from FFX for same price

ffx.co.uk/too…BwE
Don’t need one. Will never use it. Ordered. Cheers.
Before I clicked I thought it was Boba Fett's spaceship!
Thanks
Bought this for my son. Told him it was Slave I.
That is cheap, heated
Will it be enough for grinding off rust from metal or is it just too weak?
Orderd thanx
showing £28 now
Jevarell31/12/2019 17:30

Before I clicked I thought it was Boba Fett's spaceship!



lol same been looking for a good deal on Lego Slave 1 ship
Ordered thanks. Over a month for delivery but I'm in no rush 😁
Anyone recommend a cutting disc set to go with it please?
Ordered cheers op
Excellent I’ve got and axe ...
Frank30uk31/12/2019 18:04

Still £10.95 …Still £10.95 https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B07BR88G3H/ref=dp_olp_all_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=all


Thanks ! 6 week delivery though - ordered!
Bit off rubbish will fail when used under pressure
hot445931/12/2019 19:40

Bit off rubbish will fail when used under pressure


Doesn’t matter one bit. As this will never get used. Need to find a final resting place in the back of the shed for this.
hot445931/12/2019 19:40

Bit off rubbish will fail when used under pressure


Are you a psychic?
Ask people who have to use these tools daily they will understand
hot445931/12/2019 20:42

Ask people who have to use these tools daily they will understand


Agreed.... Silverline = chocolate tools!
Thankyou pay a bit more and get a proper tool happy new year
The cordless ones are great. I didn't think I'd use mine quite so much.

Silverline aren't a great brand but ok for occasional use I suppose.
Edited by: "Argyll68" 31st Dec 2019
Was looking for a nail clipper but this will have to do instead......
Don't need one anytime soon but no doubt will in the future, thanks op
Poor man's slave one
Will this cut through a zinc handrail?
I thought silverline products came with a 3 year warranty!? If so can't complain at this price
Argyll6831/12/2019 21:52

The cordless ones are great. I didn't think I'd use mine quite so …The cordless ones are great. I didn't think I'd use mine quite so much.Silverline aren't a great brand but ok for occasional use I suppose.


Only Silverline tools I own that still work are my metric and imperial allen key sets. Everything else has ended up in the bin.
Avoid anything Silverline, terrible stuff!
ScoobyStoo01/01/2020 09:16

Only Silverline tools I own that still work are my metric and imperial …Only Silverline tools I own that still work are my metric and imperial allen key sets. Everything else has ended up in the bin.



Or in storage!
hot445931/12/2019 20:42

Ask people who have to use these tools daily they will understand


Well I doubt anyone who uses an angle grinder daily would buy one of these!! Just as a Carpenter would not buy his/her chisels from Poundland, or a mechanic buy his spanners from B&M. BUT for someone like me who occasionally needs a grinder to cut off a car exhaust, or cut some bricks or blocks, or whatever DIY project I am doing, this will do fine for me, as it has been for years. I even got a spare set of brushes with mine, still in the box. I also have a larger grinder, bought from Lidl about ten years ago, and it still going strong. I dismantled a wall using it to fit patio doors to my house.
Way too much snobbery about tools, etc. on this site.
Ranks slightly below Draper, IMHO. Toolstation have very recently replaced their range of Silverline drill bits with Draper.

Just needs a while to become established, and trusted.
tintowellfan01/01/2020 11:11

Well I doubt anyone who uses an angle grinder daily would buy one of …Well I doubt anyone who uses an angle grinder daily would buy one of these!! Just as a Carpenter would not buy his/her chisels from Poundland, or a mechanic buy his spanners from B&M. BUT for someone like me who occasionally needs a grinder to cut off a car exhaust, or cut some bricks or blocks, or whatever DIY project I am doing, this will do fine for me, as it has been for years. I even got a spare set of brushes with mine, still in the box. I also have a larger grinder, bought from Lidl about ten years ago, and it still going strong. I dismantled a wall using it to fit patio doors to my house.Way too much snobbery about tools, etc. on this site.



I agree with you in principle. There is no point an occassional DIYer buying tools designed for hard everyday use by a jobbing trade. It's massive overkill.

Lot's of people say "buy cheap and when it breaks buy again". The trouble with this approach is (a) if a tool fails in the middle of a job it's a massive PITA to have to down everything to source a replacement and (b) failing tools can damage the stuff you are working on.

A real world example of this is a cheapo wood chisel I had. The plastic handle decided to disintegrate on a hammer strike spraying shards of plastic everywhere and the detached blade went sideways into the piece of wood I was working. I ended up having to bin the piece I was working. That chisel ended up costing me a lot more than simply a replacement.

It's all about tools being fit for purpose. DIY quality tools that can reliably undertake a light workload are fine. However, my experinece of Silverline is that many of their tools are simply not fit even for this purpose.
ScoobyStoo01/01/2020 11:22

I agree with you in principle. There is no point an occassional DIYer …I agree with you in principle. There is no point an occassional DIYer buying tools designed for hard everyday use by a jobbing trade. It's massive overkill.Lot's of people say "buy cheap and when it breaks buy again". The trouble with this approach is (a) if a tool fails in the middle of a job it's a massive PITA to have to down everything to source a replacement and (b) failing tools can damage the stuff you are working on.A real world example of this is a cheapo wood chisel I had. The plastic handle decided to disintegrate on a hammer strike spraying shards of plastic everywhere and the detached blade went sideways into the piece of wood I was working. I ended up having to bin the piece I was working. That chisel ended up costing me a lot more than simply a replacement.It's all about tools being fit for purpose. DIY quality tools that can reliably undertake a light workload are fine. However, my experinece of Silverline is that many of their tools are simply not fit even for this purpose.


Any tool can fail at any time. I have two angle grinders, as I mentioned, and my experiences have been fine. Hence me sharing my experience on here. Silverline tools do come with a three year warranty, something of no use to me now as mine is well over three years old now.
Anyway, I think mentioning personal experiences of a deal surely helps people decide, as you and I are doing. People who just open their mouth and let their belly rumble, add nothing to the discussion.
Edited by: "tintowellfan" 1st Jan
ses6jwg01/01/2020 01:14

Will this cut through a zinc handrail?


Yes but buy the really thin discs for metal such as item 2585V from Screwfix.

Always wear eye protection.
Edited by: "Argyll68" 1st Jan
It's rubbish
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