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 Post subject: Lidl 31 August
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Tool list is out for Thursday 31 August
Table saw £99
Cordless multitool 20v £40
Electric Belt Sander £25
HSS drill bit sharpener £20
Drills, sanding accessories, a variety of clamps and ratchet and socket sets

https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Non-Food-Offers.htm?id=321


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Was thinking of popping in and grabbing one of those table saws.

Never bought a Lidl toy before, anyone had any experience of them?


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I have a few they are usually parkside brand (a lot are badged einhell) with 3 yr warranty you must keep the till receipt
In general they are ok as a basic tool for the home user which offer good value an enthusiast/tradesman would probably spend more on branded tools
I have the belt sander its big and heavy duty and a drill which has been ok

A video of table saw being assembled here in french but it has some subtitles
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HX9bFVajvCE


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feeney-2009 wrote:
Was thinking of popping in and grabbing one of those table saws.

Never bought a Lidl toy before, anyone had any experience of them?


http://www.ultimatehandyman.co.uk/forum1/parkside-table-saw-spindle-movement-t89824.html


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The long nosed pliers are like proper radio or jeweller's pliers. No cutter and smooth jaws.
Not bad for £2.49
I did have to pick through them to find a pair where the jaws actually met though. They weren't too bad but some were better than others.


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