All Tool Discounts, Offers and Sale - October 2018
Owning this ome for three years i didn't expect it to last and withstand the abuse but it is still working with no problems just two battery's are a must buy with confidence
OOS nationwide according to DIY.com
Good price for the 18v.
Much better than the Worx one posted on here a couple of days ago. Heat
Im not sure mate, if it fits bosch green its correct, i can 100% say green fit as i had both and tried them, i also tried the dremel battery in the bosch repid charger and that worked, i now have all bosch blue with the bosch version of the dremel, so look into that option if your starting with nothing as the batteries are cheaper and the bosch tool has an led and more power, cheers
Which one fits this? EDIT: Okay i'm guessing it's these http://amzn.eu/d/31rdVxG
No, thats for Bosch blue
Do you have a link to these on Amazon? I assume it's http://amzn.eu/d/7XJgkfM but just making sure :D
I use this model for work (sanding hard skin off feet) it’s a great tool and holds charge really well
I concur, great headphones and a good price. I too have had them for a year and I'm nothing but pleased. Also decent storage box and several different ear buds.
Looks good, but I’d rather have Xiaomi dual/triples at under 1/3 the price
Great price. Had them for a year and have been pleased with the sound quality.
Can't beat an impact driver for screws. Different league to a combi. Horses for courses and all that :)
The PSB1800LI-2 is regularly about £60 on a special, so it makes the other one look quite steep as a result. Not hot from me I'm afraid, apologies.
One with a drill bit in it and the other with a pozidrive bit in it to drive the screws in, maybe? That's how I use mine. really speeds up a job like loft boarding! Gives more time for drinking, er I mean admiring one's work. (y)
why would anyone want 2 DIY combi drills?
£2.99 next best price.
Free delivery for non-prime for orders over £20
Yes indeed,thanks OP.. needed some decent blades ,great price :D
Thanks, OP! Ordered. These are a class above the usual cheap non-branded blades available, not to be missed at this price! (y)
I bought this few weeks back, use it almost every weekend and still going strong. Lightweight and powerful. Spent my nectar points towards it so got it for 40quid.
Been on the hunt for a drill for home what’s recommendations
Not bad for the price but I should say that it's only good for a bit of DIY, don't expect it to do what a wired hammer drill can do.
Have this and well pleased with it. Plenty of juice in the battery n having two batteries ensures it’ll get most jobs done (I.e decking).
Poor construction. I had one of these just die on me completely, without warning. Worth spending a bit more on a better brand which will last much longer. Not voting either way
Does anyone know if Aldi offer click and collect? Thanks
Newer one, yes. Older one which failed may have been a bit more powerful.
The cutting blades that come with it don't last long at all. Is it worth buying bosch blades - will they fit and are they worth the £15 it costs in screwfix to buy them?
Accessories are here: Tile Cutting Multi-Tool Accessories: https://www.aldi.co.uk/tile-cutting-multi-tool-accessories/p/096808245910601 Floor Working Multi-Tool Accessories: https://www.aldi.co.uk/floor-working-multi-tool-accessories/p/096808245910802 Universal Multi-Tool Accessories: https://www.aldi.co.uk/universal-multi-tool-accessories/p/096808223921300
Anyone got a link for additional blades? especially the plunge saw
Big fan of random orbit sanders. Use them for work. Always found the 125mm a bit small. But good price. Always found the base pads wear out. May be spending a fiver on one of these. Much cheaper than replacing the base platehttps://www.restexpress.co.uk/acatalog/Mirka_Pad_Protector.html?gclid=CjwKCAjw0oveBRAmEiwAzf6_rCv6Kc-ZdEsDfitH59krqiFVQLCFOtgJMI_GVKYxWZWxjgknzABf-xoCIgYQAvD_BwE
Bought this and it broke within a couple weeks with the discs now flying off
The two things that put me off this sander is only one speed and I don’t find a palm sander that comfortable to use. Good price though for Bosch but sorry not for me...
400w or 400 piece Jigsaw?
Perfect for killing Vampire, Zombies, Moderators and Werewolves (party)
I paid more than this for this set during the summer from Screwfix. Currently, you can get the same items from Screwfix separately at the same price, however the code makes this the better deal. I found the chisels and club hammer to be good quality, considering the price. Can't comment on the specs as I already had a decent pair.
By owning 4 are you trying to compensate for something else.
Essential Halloween purchase.
I have a code for 10% off £40 spend. PM me if anyone is interested.
What kind of an attitude is that...! 😁 buy buy buy!!!
Called Screwfix it was discontinued a year ago & shouldn't be on the website , shame good price..
I have some makita 18v equivalent (which does the business for ikea to car bolts) I don't suppose these will add much to the arsenal would it? I'm thinking portability (in tight areas) and weight.
This is a bargain, and let's not forget this driver is so cute!.
Brilliant tools I got a bahco ratchet set didn’t realise the difference till I handled and used these compared to the diy ratchets
Expired up to £14.66 now
Not surprising that it looks similar to the Snap-On ratchet screwdriver, Bahco and Snap-On are actually part of the same company since 2005, SNA Europe. I have a Bahco ratchet socket set and it's a really nice piece of kit, they seem to make very good quality stuff.
Thanks op!! Ordered! (y)
Bahco tools is what most of the guys like Offshore, they are a great mftr I have this veeyscrewdriver and it’s great, I also purchased this which compliments the tool https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B06XTXB576/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Do you have a link to the one you mean?
Buy an impact driver, your life will then be complete. Thank me later.
No not strong enough.
not for putting up shelves?
Had one for a few years now ideal for flat pack furniture but forget it for anything other then that.
They only seem to do kits with the 4.0ah bats https://www.diy.com/departments/ryobi-one-cordless-18v-4ah-li-ion-sds-plus-drill-2-batteries-r18sds-ll40s/1020116_BQ.prd?utm_source=google_cpc&utm_medium=shopping&utm_campaign=PX_GSC_Tools_And_Hardware_+_Best_Sellers&ppc_type=shopping&ds_kids=92700029896515773&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIpJbNxrWF3gIVY7HtCh10hgRVEAQYASABEgJ3X_D_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CL60u861hd4CFUzjGwodU5INvA
I'm really considering this for the batteries. I have the lawn mower and that's my only tool that would benefit from 5.0Ah in my opinion. I have 4.0Ah but it usually runs out before I do the whole lawn. As for the drill I have the normal brushed one which is fine. What I'm really missing is the SDS drill as mine died when drilling through a brick wall, but that thing is so powerful and so handy to be able to attach chisel, paint mixer as well as drill bits. So if it was the SDS drill with 2 5.0Ah I would be in there!
I have seen knock of looking ones on amazon 6.0Ah for around £35 https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F253901605482
They have been £56 each on Amazon, but currently £76ish (shock) .
What's the torque of this anyone know?
Saved the 50p from amazon :)
Ordered. Thanks for posting
Thanks, ordered one for the kit.
I'm interested in how they measure up too.
One rule to rule them all...
Is good if you are looking to help some guys to do some mining on your PC.
helps in keeping your system relatively clean. many programs will leave residual files and folders when you uninstall them "normally", as well as leaving registry entries on top of that. This will make sure everything is fully removed each time you uninstall something.
Bought the last fanatical iobit bundle. It did an unbelievable amount of damage to my PC's start up and drivers. Of less consequence since I would not risk installing it again, the licences are only for 12 months. A truly awful product and a purchase I truly regret.
98 reviews, you must be joking to promote this crapware lol There is no need to install such type of software as in my experience it will cause conflicts and result in BSODs. If at all you want to update the drivers then use the manufacturer provided tool.
Don’t see any benefit in using anything like this
Thank you OP, click and collected a set today looks like a good piece of kit :-)
Erm, so once you've finished with the household decoration you can apply it to other, DIY type scenarios.....
Voted hot. Good value.
Just get this Suaoki L12R Clasic Mini Laser Level Self Leveling Cross Line Bright Red Laser Waterproof IP54 and Dust-Proof with Protective Bag and Batteries https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01MYABSZR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_D5pWBbNXWTV8D
Hey PennyTrader (highfive) (lol) I was in my own little bubble when I found this deal (lol)
I have the set of dewalt xr but have a slight niggle. The xr is great for the driver, torch , drill and jig saw but the planer and this circular saw struggles . I’m prob not using for the intended purpose but don’t have a bench cutter to use so use the full blade to split 4x2. It tends to want to cut out and if I regulate my pressure on the push it doesn’t cut over heats the battery so it doesn’t work till it cools down. Works fine for MDf just not for cutting thick pieces . I’d recommend getting flex volt for the big spinners grinder etc then18v/flex yellow fast charger . One flex volt will do and will work with the other xr range
First impressions, well made. Smaller than my corded unit which I consider to be a good thing as it fits the hand better. Battery life is unknown as I only used it for a few minutes. I’m happy wit it.
Have you used it yet? What's your thoughts? Should I go for this model or a better one from DeWalt?
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Mines just arrived. Thanks OP!