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 Post subject: Lidl tools 24th May
PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2018 11:12 am 
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Jigsaw, cordless 12v grinder, cross line laser, screwdrivers, clamps, spanners, accessories
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 Post subject: Re: Lidl tools 24th May
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The 12v grinder seems to be a bosch re-badge, battery looks to be the same from what I can see.


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Rorschach wrote:
The 12v grinder seems to be a bosch re-badge, battery looks to be the same from what I can see.

yes more than a few passing similarities :lol:
switch almost identical along with the general shape and the rubber ribs on the back off the head
although the bosch is brushless and cains the batteries so for heavy use a minimum 2x2ah batteries with a third being more prudent

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as an aside
with a 3" cutter you will be restricted to about 17mm cutting depth outside the guard and machine body
so indeed a brilliant tool but limited cutting depth :thumbright:

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