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PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2016 3:58 pm 
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these type off sets normally seem to be around the £25-£30 mark
this set from tools4trade £20
http://www.tools4trade.co.uk/black-frid ... t1003.html

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big-all wrote:
these type off sets normally seem to be around the £25-£30 mark
this set from tools4trade £20
http://www.tools4trade.co.uk/black-frid ... t1003.html


Big all... do you know if those blades fit LIDL's parkside tool ???

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I would say so as I have fitted the Parkside cutters into my Bosch and these fit Bosch. Saxton have a good offer http://www.saxtonblades.co.uk/index.php ... onth-c-135 O find I tend to use the same blades more than others.

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Funny, I've tried the Parkside cutters on my Bosch, and they didn't seem to go right on the pips (or whatever they are called)
Probably didn't try hard enough!


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Hmmm....I wonder if they were Lidl ones then? :scratch:

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Could be. I'll have to have another look. I only gave it a quick try, and as I said it wouldn't go on, although it looked the same. Mine are definitely Lidl ones.


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:dunno: I bought the Lidl multi-tool a couple of years back; I didn't think it would get much use.. so I bought the cheapest available..

how wrong I was......

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wine~o wrote:
big-all wrote:
these type off sets normally seem to be around the £25-£30 mark
this set from tools4trade £20
http://www.tools4trade.co.uk/black-frid ... t1003.html


Big all... do you know if those blades fit LIDL's parkside tool ???

dont know to be honest but i have a ryobi and it needs an adapter to convert to bosch
i actually have 2 converters they are about the size off a 2p coin if you get a set and they dont fit i will send you an adapter foc assuming it will fit :dunno:
what does the drive look like on the lidl buzzy toy :scratch:

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ok just done a measure
the lugs on a bosch gop are 25mm apart[outside edges]
so iff the lidle one only has lugs the same they should fit
the ryobi has a "x" drive
the other lug spacing on flip off the adapter is around 21mm[outer edge]

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as an aside the ryobi blades look the same as the lidl on line picture with a 12 sided star around 16mm point to point on the ryobi
what is it on the lidl ??

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I'll have to dig it out and check BA..

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I've had a look. The Bosch has sort of rounded rectangle lugs, the Parkside cutters have round lug holes. Same dia / spacing (as far as I can see now, and remember from actually trying them a while back), so they look as if they'll fit but won't actually go over the lugs.

OTOH, the Bosch fit blades may well fit the Parkside. That's not a definite though!


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if they look exactly the same but just dont fit then i would expect machining differences and will probably "wear in" and fit iff you tighten the screw/clamp

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