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PostPosted: Mon Feb 17, 2014 2:14 pm 
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http://www.lidl.co.uk/cps/rde/SID-664E8 ... l&id=10126

Phewo lads get a look at the lines on her.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 17, 2014 2:27 pm 
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£29.99 with a 3 year G'tee ?? shame about the dubbed video....

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Have you got a multitool Wino - they're so useful they're so useful they'll even get you out of jail. :lol:

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Have you got a multitool Wino -


No I haven't.......I have a feeling I will have on Thursday :huray:

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Cool. You won't regret it. They can be a massive time and hassle saver.

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Yes, it is a tool you never realised you needed until you get one. I have used it for cutting out floorboards for access to pipes, cutting skirting to get fitted cupboards nice and flush, cutting wood screw plugs flush, used the metal blade to cut some studding, plunge cut into plasterboard for some electrical sockets, trimmed a small bit off the bottom of a door for clearance insitu and the list goes on. At £30 it is well worth having.

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Are the attachments for multitools generic? Just thinking new blades and whatnot.


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The Bosch blades are pricey but I got some of the Lidl ones and they fit the Bosch and work well so far

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three threads same subject :lol:
lild-on-thursday-20th-t71854.html
parkside-vs-macalister-t71923.html

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Looks like they will go quickly!

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Puma wrote:
Looks like they will go quickly!


you can never tell to be honest they may go instantly [as in staff buying them up or possibly putting them out early]
or several left and reduced to clear you can never tell
but if you have set your heart on one get yourself to lidl as near to opening time as possible on the offer date

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I wonder if that Parkside is anything to do with Bosch?? If the blades all fit plus the 3 yr warranty it sounds like its been re branded..


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Just got back from Lidl with my new toy! Yet to put it to use but it feels more substantial than I was expecting for the price.

Anyway, thanks for the nod that it was available. Keep posting when nice stuff is due for sale!


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Missed out on this..We were going to go when the Mrs. got home from work...

Unfortunately she hit a deer on the way home, and the car isn't going anywhere, well, not until the insurers have arranged to pick it up.

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Sorry to hear that Wino. I suspect there will be several 'that'll cost you dear' puns too!

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