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Park side collated drill

Discussion in 'Plastering Product Reviews' started by irish_spread, Aug 9, 2017.

  1. irish_spread

    irish_spread Private Member

    Anyone tried one ? Bought one in Lidl today , impulse buy. Gave it a brief 5 min trial at home but seems not to auto feed too well, may be my kack handed use, any views as it'll be going back on sat if it's shite
     
  2. Vincey

    Vincey Private Member

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  3. theclemo

    theclemo Private Member

    Don't have one.
     
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  4. zolco

    zolco Private Member

    I would've expected you to have all their gear by now, as you're the ambassador of parkside.
     
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  5. Cornelius

    Cornelius Well-Known Member

    Just get a hilti if you don't want to be messing about all the time, don't anyone ever buy a makita collated utter dogshite
     
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  6. irish_spread

    irish_spread Private Member

    It's only for occaisional use , 3yr guarantee . Just wondering is it the way I'm using it or the drill itself. Only £30. Hilti probably 5x that
     
  7. stuart23

    stuart23 Private Member

    What's the problem with the auto feed? Try different brand of screws
     
  8. irish_spread

    irish_spread Private Member


    Not sure tbh. Used the screws that it came with
     
  9. Vincey

    Vincey Private Member

    I got a dewalt that's been ok
    when u feed it initially on mine I have to line up the screw not with the hole on screw thread that doesn't have screw in ( the one before the first screw, also check you have it in screw mode not unscrew mode
     
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  10. theclemo

    theclemo Private Member

    I'll get one when I see it in Lidl (y)
     
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  11. malc

    malc Private Member

    my pal purchased a makita he took it back because he could not use it. they told him that he had to pull the trigger before the screw touched the plasterboard. he is able to use it now.
     
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  12. zolco

    zolco Private Member

    IMG-20170719-WA0015.jpeg :risas:
     
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