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Workzone 12V Multifunction Tool - £29.99 Delivered @ ALDI
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Workzone 12V Multifunction Tool - £29.99 Delivered @ ALDI

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Posted 1st Jul 2018

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Battery Type:

1 x 12V 2.000 mAh Li-Ion Samsung battery

Brand:

Workzone

Colour:

Blue/Black

Corded/Cordless:

Yes

Material:

Steel, Aluminium, Plastic (case)

Product Type:

Hand Tools

Voltage:

12V

Are you looking for a truly versatile tool to add to your DIY collection? Look no further than this Workzone 12V Cordless Multifunction Tool. Ideal for sawing, cutting, sanding, and scraping you can feel confident that you have just the tool to complete the task, whether it may be. Including a 12V 2000mAh Li-Ion Samsung battery, the multifunction tool lasts a while before having to be recharged, making it a great little tool to help you get the job done.

Accessories Included

25 piece accessory set, Carry case

Contents

1 x HCS Flush cut saw blade (93 x 31mm approx.)1 x HSS segment saw blade (88mm)1 x Diamond tipped saw blade (80mm)1 x Sanding plate (90 x 90 x 90mm)20 x Sheets sanding paper (92 x 92 x 92mm)1 x Additional handle1 x Scrapper (80 x 30/50mm)1 x Dust tube1 x Dust extraction adaptor1 x Plastic carry case

Features

Precision oscillation function5000 - 19000 rpm no-load speedElectronic speed control regulator3.1° oscillation angle1 hour charging time (approx) with automatic shut offBattery capacity displayToolless changing systemVersatile & durable

Guarantee/Warranty

3 years

Suitable For

Sawing, cutting, sanding and scraping
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Top comments
AzeemB1 h, 26 m ago

anyone know the size of the battery?


All those that have read the OP description probably do.
39 Comments
Amazing price, makes me question why I paid 3 times the price for a bare milwaukee
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 1st Jul 2018
If you're going to buy one, it'll be a good idea to buy more blades as I found the hss one wore out too quick.
I bought this last time around. For me it's been worth every penny. Only downer is they don't do spare batteries.
Looks good but I really want Lidl to sell their 20V multitool.... though it may never happen again.
anyone know the size of the battery?
AzeemB29 m ago

anyone know the size of the battery?


Really?
AzeemB1 h, 26 m ago

anyone know the size of the battery?


All those that have read the OP description probably do.
AzeemB02/07/2018 08:10

anyone know the size of the battery?


You can't really miss the battery size. It's in title and first line of description
Do you reckon this will cut through a teracotta pot? I have an angle grinder but dont want to kill myself (struggling to get it to stay still whilst using it).
AzeemB2 h, 12 m ago

anyone know the size of the battery?



1 x 12V 2.000 mAh Li-Ion Samsung battery
bob_regis7 h, 28 m ago

Do you reckon this will cut through a teracotta pot? I have an angle …Do you reckon this will cut through a teracotta pot? I have an angle grinder but dont want to kill myself (struggling to get it to stay still whilst using it).


It probably vibrates too much. Google is your friend here. Soak the pot in water and use a hacksaw.
Hra779 h, 3 m ago

You can't really miss the battery size. It's in title and first line of …You can't really miss the battery size. It's in title and first line of description



thanks, not sure how I missed it
Similar kit costs £30 at Lidl and better quality too, so I'll be buying that.

I'll have to vote this cold I'm afraid.

Kindest regards
bob_regis02/07/2018 09:57

Do you reckon this will cut through a teracotta pot? I have an angle …Do you reckon this will cut through a teracotta pot? I have an angle grinder but dont want to kill myself (struggling to get it to stay still whilst using it).


I wouldn’t I would stick with a disc cutter.
firstofficer02/07/2018 20:07

Similar kit costs £30 at Lidl and better quality too, so I'll be buying …Similar kit costs £30 at Lidl and better quality too, so I'll be buying that.I'll have to vote this cold I'm afraid.Kindest regards


Got a link to it?
Mr Google is as good as any...
M-M01/07/2018 23:05

If you're going to buy one, it'll be a good idea to buy more blades as I …If you're going to buy one, it'll be a good idea to buy more blades as I found the hss one wore out too quick.


Correct the blades in these sets are pants. Bought some last time and they wore out very quickly. Best buying on a auction site or Amazon from a reputable seller. Watch out for Chinese sellers who are also selling low quality accessories. 🏿
Cuddl3s01/07/2018 23:00

Amazing price, makes me question why I paid 3 times the price for a bare …Amazing price, makes me question why I paid 3 times the price for a bare milwaukee



You wont see a single tradesman walking around with an ALDI 'Workzone' tool. If you do, stop the job.
mentm20 m ago

I wouldn’t I would stick with a disc cutter.


Spot on advice. 🏿
Tryp1 m ago

You wont see a single tradesman walking around with an ALDI 'Workzone' …You wont see a single tradesman walking around with an ALDI 'Workzone' tool. If you do, stop the job.


Correct. These are DIY tools. Any tradesmen using these is cheap for a reason
AzeemB02/07/2018 08:10

anyone know the size of the battery?


5cm x 8cm x 2.5cm
firstofficer02/07/2018 20:07

Similar kit costs £30 at Lidl and better quality too, so I'll be buying …Similar kit costs £30 at Lidl and better quality too, so I'll be buying that.I'll have to vote this cold I'm afraid.Kindest regards


What's the difference,please
Cuddl3s21 h, 59 m ago

Amazing price, makes me question why I paid 3 times the price for a bare …Amazing price, makes me question why I paid 3 times the price for a bare milwaukee


Because the Milwaukee is 4 times better. I bought this and it died the only good power tool I bought from Aldi was the version of a dremmel. Not voted either way.
Edited by: "neil.solender" 2nd Jul 2018
Kebabologist56 m ago

Correct the blades in these sets are pants. Bought some last time and they …Correct the blades in these sets are pants. Bought some last time and they wore out very quickly. Best buying on a auction site or Amazon from a reputable seller. Watch out for Chinese sellers who are also selling low quality accessories. 🏿


Yes, I agree with the low quality comments, best to buy direct from a local reputable retailer, that's what I do.
annabell00700735 m ago

What's the difference,please


For a start, it's 1p dearer.

For that one pence extra you get more durable outer material, more function, variable power output, slick looks, lighter weight and a circuit breaker.. not to mention life time warranty (compared to 5 years).

For me, it's a no brainer...

Kindest regards
Corded/Cordless:

Yes

Thanks, Aldi.
Hey all,

i need something to cut some internal corners for skirting boards, kitchen unit back boardand the odd floor board, will this do trick?
Don’t mind spending a bit extra for it to last a bit longer..
thanks
techmob1 h, 58 m ago

Got a link to it?


Yes a link needed here too please
Can anyone recommend a cheap dremel copy? Sorry if off topic.
bob_regis02/07/2018 09:57

Do you reckon this will cut through a teracotta pot? I have an angle …Do you reckon this will cut through a teracotta pot? I have an angle grinder but dont want to kill myself (struggling to get it to stay still whilst using it).


I'm intrigued. What the hell are you cutting through a terracotta pot for :/
Hra772nd Jul

You can't really miss the battery size. It's in title and first line of …You can't really miss the battery size. It's in title and first line of description


It says 2 mAh, that sounds very small
ktreadwell03/07/2018 17:32

I'm intrigued. What the hell are you cutting through a terracotta pot for …I'm intrigued. What the hell are you cutting through a terracotta pot for :/



Cuddl3s01/07/2018 23:00

Amazing price, makes me question why I paid 3 times the price for a bare …Amazing price, makes me question why I paid 3 times the price for a bare milwaukee


I have a Milwaukee fuel 18v brushless drill. All the bells and whistles. Was expensive but it gets through anything and fast. I've gone through half inch steel plate with it no problems with an ebaur hole saw. It has this amazing ability to identify poor quality bits and drills by simply melting them if they don't get through the material
acj77441 h, 11 m ago

I have a Milwaukee fuel 18v brushless drill. All the bells and whistles. …I have a Milwaukee fuel 18v brushless drill. All the bells and whistles. Was expensive but it gets through anything and fast. I've gone through half inch steel plate with it no problems with an ebaur hole saw. It has this amazing ability to identify poor quality bits and drills by simply melting them if they don't get through the material


Yes same here, bought a milwaukee multi tool only as i had the drill and batteries, still can't help but wonder how these would do against those which are 5-6 times the price seeing how the warranty is 3 years on both.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 5th Jul 2018
bob_regis04/07/2018 22:01

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Sweet! Just added this to my "projects" list 😁
ktreadwell8th Jul

Sweet! Just added this to my "projects" list 😁


I am upto 480 with my first attempt. It can be quite addictive!
I wonder if attachment tools for this are universal?
Can anybody tell me where i can buy a spare battery for the aldi multitool. This tool is brill but the battery life isnt long enough
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