All Planer Discounts, Offers and Sale - October 2018
If your in trade cordless on many sites with limited or no power or poor access this an an absolute gem
You’d be surprised. Use mine with a 5ah battery and never struggled for runtime or power. Brushless dewalt motors are of a standard that are hard to beat, they do almost everything a corded variant can do now.
Stick a 54v flexvolt battery on which is compatible and it will run for a good amount of time
These take a lot of power so I can't really see the point of a cordless one unless it's for very occasional light use.
Trying to find the equivalent Bosch but they're £160+. This looks good for the money.
I've just used code BXS17 for 10% off and the website automatically deducted another 15% off when you spend over £15. Quidco tracked + £2 Quidco bonus! Thanks op.
Accidently voted cold whilst scrolling down, apologies didn't mean to
Many thanks, that's the annual racing diary ordered
Cheers. I was looking for something on this site then other day, so now makes it worth it to place the order for a small thing. Thanks op
Stock appears to be all gone now.
Good spot! Cheers OP (highfive)
Ha ha (lol)
Obviously not! I’ve been watching he price of this for months, they all have crashed at the same time. I’ve not seen it sub 125. Nevertheless, 101 is a bargain for this.
Its also .99p cheaper at ffx. So you didn’t look very hard..
Not seen cheaper anywhere, ever...... Didn't look very hard then.£101 https://www.ukplanettools.co.uk/Products/Dewalt-Planers/DCP580N?gclid=CjwKCAjwmufZBRBJEiwAPJ3LprREeWUuC4Ovdrfjoq0FENFCfj5of2LxPeO0EJVG2GINvK6GiRS6ChoCAzwQAvD_BwE
Just worth mentioning that it’s the “bare” unit only! no battery or charger or case? still a good price for this particular tool :)
They have (or at least they did) a Milwaukee 750w 115mm angle grinder for £42 delivered- a far better tool.
What's the toolstation angle grinder deal??
the comment was not directed at you, ThanksForThat. It was for tigerstyle.
I don't worry about it. I'm big into Milwaukee and that's all made in China.
my latest Makita SDS drill says made in Japan, my MakTec angle grinder says made in China, I don't worry about it.
I am a joiner, I bought a parkside planer several years ago as our local builders supply store was closed, (bank holiday or the like), I still have and still use it, it hasn't missed a beat other than cutting blades and carbon brushes. It looks different to this item but I can't fault the parkside branding, it has been a reliable tool for years. I could recommend it for commercial use and would definitely recommend it for the odd DIY task.
Oh look, it's time to post a stupid useless comment. Stick with Makita, oh no! You probably cannot afford them because you are a Fireman or purport to be. Parkside Tools are fantastic value and have served me very well over a decade. I hope you are a Fireman and receive maximum heat soon.
As I said, a quick google shows the normal price being 29.99 rather than 24.99. I also showed a second piece of evidence that this price is good when compared to what it is sold for over on the continent. You want more? We are talking about a relative comparison within a reasonable budget. I see you have high standards in your planers and a much higher budget, but not everyone is the same as you. Enjoy your more significantly more expensive planer with "good quality" - I will be happy with my £24.99 planer and its' average quality that I use once or twice on something that no one else will ever see. A tiresome and weak deflection technique. But to answer your question: because the two items I posted for where the only two I thought were deals. Not everyone wants to spend £400 on a metabo planer for a simple one off job. Perhaps you're the wrong audience for this deal or even this website. 4chan seems to suit your disposition and attitude better.
If its £24.99 at lidl then £24.99 is the normal price when it's in lidl. I can't point you to better quality at this price because good quality and this price will never go together. I didn't say you were chasing heat, I said anything posted with lidl or aldi on here gets heat regardless of quality. But now you mention it why didn't you just post lidls power tools week in one post then. A professional carpenter would never turn up with lidl tools for a reason. And a 'good enough for diy' mentality is just accepting that the job will be rubbish anyway. A 3 year warranty does not make a good product, it makes a good marketing practice.
Have you ever used any Parkside tools fireman1? I have quite a few and although they may not be Dewalt standard they certainly beat your average cheap power tool for quality and also come with a 3 year guarantee.
Hull is my local store, they was 3 left!
OP where is your local and how many were left as a matter of interest ?
adjustable up to 2mm.
Looks like a good price. Is the planing depth adjustable or always set at 2mm?
Bought this the other day at this price really good tool...
Tsk! No it aint.
heat - just a shame I've just finished sorting my doors after new carpets were fitted :|
reserved at my local store were only 2 left @ bredbury stockport
A classic case of if I didn't have one I'd have snapped this up.
Inc. VAT £119.94
You know how to sell it don't you' less then £100 @ £99.95 ( makes it sound like £100 is the normal price X)
Shame it's 14v model
Is this any good?
I`ve ordered one for a few little odd jobs to do over the summer...i`ll see what its like!
Reviews seem ok?
Comment You're prob right, the orbital sander lasted just about that...
Argos own brand... It'll probably last a week as it's crap. Plane and simple.
Still showing as toolchest on Amazon
The planer is in the bottom drawer he just forgot to open it when he took the picture, easy mistake to make....still a pretty good deal for diyer probs not upto to professional abuse but a bit of heat....
And still ballsed it up!!
image is incorrect and its not the only one, there's another one too. Could take the risk and argue afterwards.
I don't post many deals but when I do I like to make it a good one :¬}
I couldn't believe my luck when i just checked my emails to find my own screwfix 10% code. I have just ordered this for £117 for delivery next working day. Thanks OP you made my Christmas.
That's odd, when I clicked the link last night it had the delivery box greyed out, so could only check stock in store, of which there was none...now I see I can add for delivery or collection, great stuff, thanks. Unfortunately the 10% code I have was on a flyer and account specific.
It really is very good. Gives a real nice finish also. There are a few niggles though. The fence being one of them
Well found heat added. I have been thinking all day about treating myself to this for delivery next week.Does anyone have a spare/unwanted 10% code to sweeten the deal before i order?
no where near the same as the other planer posted.looks like it would last long
Thanks for posting, added price and retailer to OP
ffs this just made me spend 117 quid lol, very hot deal....heat!
Oops (_;) Fixed.
Was curious as to what a cordless planter was.
Product was never made in Switzerland.........FACT!
1) Product was made in Switzerland. 2) We only had a couple in stock and could see they had sold out when we asked this to be expired. Honestly, we only ask for things to be expired when we can't sell them anymore and so we do not have to cancel orders when people continue to order past the stock we have available (yes, our stock allocation has issues with out of hours orders, it is not ideal and we are working on it) Thanks all.
Still able to add to basket...?
This is a clearance item and looks like it has now sold out. Please expire :)
[quote=nickbooth]Good deal. Made in Switzerland too![/quote sorry but its made in China........I think they messed up the CH for Swiss with the first 2 letters of China. But there are now some Chinese towns named after western places which are possibly done to just confuse western buyers into believing that the goods come from a more trustworthy place that has human rights (but who cares about human rights if the price is right eh?).
So do I - the ejection port tends to get clogged when you use one with a bag fitted so I removed the bag and switched it on to blow the shavings out and one of my fingers got a bit too near the blade - only time I've ever had an injury with a power tool....
/\ He's right I have a nice scar as a reminder. Wasn't pretty.
Triple blades work very well, they effectively increase the cut rate as you get 3 cuts per revolution so a 50% increase over normal planers and you don't have to replace the blades so often. The higher frequency of cutting means less is taken per cut making it easier for the planer blades and motor. Obviously a triple blade will increase the work rate but rpm is also a factor that has to be considered in relation to it. I would of thought a single blade planer would require additional engineering skills and manufacturing quality to pull off well. The benefit is a more consistant planing cut but surely the rpm would have to be higher and the blade higher quality or more frequently changed. One thing looking at that video of the Parkside planer is the depth adjuster doesn't look like it has a strong click stop mechanism between each setting. It looks variable so the presenter is sometimes avoiding holding it or trying to hold it slightly away from the depth adjuster while operating. The wolf has a dedicated front handle which means there is no possibility of changing the depth setting while operating. Also the wolf has vibration reducing grips on both surfaces but there is nothing on the parkside planer. The triple blade is likely to reduce vibration too. It seems likely the Wolf will outperform the Parkside easily based on its specification but realise actual use will dictate that. Ultimately both are generic chinese products rebranded for different retail outlets.
My suggestion for planes, routers and circular saws is to wear a proper face mask and eye protection too. The ability of these power tools to throw fine dust in all directions really is a health hazard, particularly if you are working with man-made boards such as chip board and, even more so, with MDF.
The blades are reversible, so you get a second chance if you hit a nail. (_;)
will Amazon price match? No chance!
Nothing in Liverpool or Warrington......
none online, none in Manchester area..
No stock anywhere by the looks of things as already stated above Plus as this is an I would take it that no stocks will be available in store in addition to the no stocks available for home delivery
None in Birmingham, Watford, Coventry or Derby!
Gutted - I needed one of these too...
Read the thread!
up to 63 now :(
Ordered, thanks. My wife is already pleased that I'll have another electric tool to store.
Great deal, thanks very much just ordered one for Hubby!