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Parkside (Lidl) hand held Belt Sander


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Wilf.T10/02/2018 16:00:58
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I've not used a belt sander for some years - decided I now need one so I've bought a 'Parkside' one from Lidl. Not used it in anger but have tried running it - does seem to be very noisy similar to a gearbox wearing out 'cause it hasn't been lubricatefd.

Are Belt sanders noisy or is it just the quality of the Parkside ones?

Derek Lane11/02/2018 18:01:32
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Some belt sanders can be a little noisy but without hearing it i could not say if yours is excessively noisy.

derek willis 113/02/2018 09:32:17
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Like all inexpensive tools and machinery, they are fitted with basic brush motors which are always noisy, nothing wrong with this, in the main they will go on forever. I have had many of this sort of tool as well as the more sophisticated ones which are a lot quieter and grossly more expensive, for the amateur woodworker you will find this tool more than adequate if you don't mind a little excessive noise, if it works well then use it.


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