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Jonnas

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975 posts

49 months

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As per the title really, Aldi Multi-Master tool with 25 piece tool set for £30 available on Thursday.

http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/special_buys3...

I've always wanted one but never been able to justify the cost of a Fein one. Got to be worth a punt at £30!

Edited by Jonnas on Sunday 14th October 08:09

bimsb6

4,944 posts

107 months

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I've got one ,they are very loud ! They vibrate quite a bit and the blades are expensive (same blades as the fein) they do the job though .no comparison with the fein quality though having used both .

ColinM50

1,206 posts

61 months

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Bought the Bosch version last year and as Bimsb said blades are very expensive and it's a bit crap really. Quite disappointed with it. I primarily bought it to cut a floorboard in the corner of a bedroom and it was singularly unsuccessful. I put the tool back in it's box and can't think I'd ever use it again and I love messing about with tools and DIY stuff. Wanna buy it? Make me a sensible offer and it's yours

bimsb6

4,944 posts

107 months

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I borrowed a fein version from a mate to cut the bottom off the skirting when i laid an oak floor ,it worked amazingly well i'm not sure the aldi version would have coped so well.

m4ckg

554 posts

77 months

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I buy blades for my Fein off ebay, £50 for ten 50mm blades. Think thats the size, a lot better than the £14+ from Fein
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Dr Doofenshmirtz

8,431 posts

86 months

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I feel like I need one of these - but I'm not sure what I'll use it for?



B17NNS

12,802 posts

133 months

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Always fancied a Multi Master but put off by the price on the basis that it would be very useful but not used very often.

Might get one of these. Thanks for the heads up.

doolie

120 posts

102 months

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Tuesday 16th October 2012 quote quote all
ColinM50 said:
Bought the Bosch version last year and as Bimsb said blades are very expensive and it's a bit crap really. Quite disappointed with it. I primarily bought it to cut a floorboard in the corner of a bedroom and it was singularly unsuccessful. I put the tool back in it's box and can't think I'd ever use it again and I love messing about with tools and DIY stuff. Wanna buy it? Make me a sensible offer and it's yours
My experience of the Bosch unit (assume same one, the 180) is pretty much the opposite. Ok, it's not the fastest but it is by some distance the best tool I've used for cutting sections of floorboards out.

Damn handy for cutting in tight spaces with the square blade

I'll be taking a look at the £10 blade kit on thurs, hope it fits the Bosch unit

Simpo Two

60,085 posts

151 months

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I wonder if the Aldi blades fit the Bosch machine? Bosch blades are stupid money.

These kind of tools are for light duty in areas/angles where nothing else will do it. Try to use them like an angle grinder or a circular saw and you'll be very disappointed.

Jonnas

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975 posts

49 months

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Saturday 3rd November 2012 quote quote all
Update time.

Well I bought one of these specifically to chase out a wall for some new sockets and I will say it really is top drawer! Best 30 squids I have spent in a long while. The tool itself is really well made and it cut through plaster like a knife through butter leaving a reall nice clean edge. Really, really fast....

I can see there will be a load of uses for this in the future. Definitely recommended for a DIYer!

bimsb6

4,944 posts

107 months

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Jonnas said:
Update time.

Well I bought one of these specifically to chase out a wall for some new sockets and I will say it really is top drawer! Best 30 squids I have spent in a long while. The tool itself is really well made and it cut through plaster like a knife through butter leaving a reall nice clean edge. Really, really fast....

I can see there will be a load of uses for this in the future. Definitely recommended for a DIYer!
Have you got the feeling back in your fingers yet ?

arfur

2,895 posts

100 months

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I never knew I needed one of these until I read this thread !!!

Dammit, looks like I'll be down to ALDI tomorrow frown

It will probably be simliar to the circular saw and the circular mitre saw, used about once a year ... but fun all the same smile

Globs

13,131 posts

117 months

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I bought the Fein, very useful tool indeed.
If you think the Fein is expensive don't ever buy anything from ArborTech wink

pokethepope

2,407 posts

74 months

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arfur said:
I never knew I needed one of these until I read this thread !!!

Dammit, looks like I'll be down to ALDI tomorrow frown
This is one of Aldi's twice weekly specials, I doubt they will have any left after two weeks.

Jonnas

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975 posts

49 months

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pokethepope said:
This is one of Aldi's twice weekly specials, I doubt they will have any left after two weeks.
I got mine this Thursday just gone, there were plenty left.
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