lidl 17th January offers

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lidl 17th January offers

Post by boxedin » Mon Jan 08, 2018 9:24 am

Available in the online flyer
Wire Welding set, 20v battery and charger £18 impact drill bare £20, recipricating saw bare £30, Belt sander £34

https://www.lidl-flyer.com/en-GB/?_ga=2 ... er/page/18
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Re: lidl 17th January offers

Post by dewaltdisney » Mon Jan 08, 2018 9:48 am

I have the corded version of the multigrinder. It is one of those things I buy as 'it might come in useful one day'. I used the grinder yesterday as it has a little engraving head and I wanted to cut some 'day' indicators on my daily pill box. The lettering wore off and it is a nuisance if I am not sure if I have taken my daily meds. I engraved an M and an F and rubbed some paint in. It worked very well I have to say. The other time I used it to clean up an ally roller blind tube I had cut and it was at a bit of a slant.

Handy tool to have for the price but not sure you need cordless.

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Re: lidl 17th January offers

Post by boxedin » Mon Jan 08, 2018 5:03 pm

I got the rotary tool kit with flexible shaft, telescopic desk stand, and cutting guide attachment plus accessories and a plastic box for about £25 haven't used it much but its ok a lot cheaper than a dremel.

I really want a cordless angle grinder for the allotment for cutting angle iron, threaded bar and pipe not sure whether their 20v range would be powerful enough though.
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Re: lidl 17th January offers

Post by big-all » Mon Jan 08, 2018 9:37 pm

as an aside i bought the lidl mains rotary about 15 years ago and all the attachments fit the bosch 10.8v
https://www.ffx.co.uk/tools/product/Bos ... -Bare-Unit
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Re: lidl 17th January offers

Post by OchAye » Tue Jan 16, 2018 11:52 am

Thanks for the Lidl heads up. I got a couple of things I needed and I did not need :-)
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Re: lidl 17th January offers

Post by boxedin » Tue Jan 16, 2018 8:30 pm

Me too och aye I went for forstner and milling bits but they didnt have any, so got dremel grinding cutting and sanding bits instead and uhu epoxy glue they are ok at £2 a pack.
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Re: lidl 17th January offers

Post by Dave54 » Fri Jan 19, 2018 5:35 pm

I've just been down. Got a set of diamond bits for the Dremel, and the battery soldering iron to replace the little gas powered one I had. Wondered how good the new one would be, it heats up fast, and the bit appears to tin OK. Time will tell.
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