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Old 29th January 2019, 09:31 PM
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Spotted the ALDI (Workzone) track saw. £79.99.
Looks like a pretty good buy at the price until you read the reviews.
For me the track would need to be longer, it has two 700mm sections, total length 1400mm. Of course ALDI do not offer any extra track.
Shame because I was on the edge of ordering one.
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If it's the same as the parkside from Lidl then it fits festool rracks
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If it's the same as the parkside from Lidl then it fits festool rracks

Thanks Mark.
I'll try and find that tomorrow, Ooops l;ater today.
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Festool tracks look to be 79.99 for 1.4m, so Iím tempted to just buy two of the Aldi saws
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ive tried a few aldi workzone tools drill,grinder etc
absoloute crap sorry
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Because they are cheap I don't expect them to be the best but if they last over half as long as the more expensive ones then I just buy another.
To be honest they have, (touch wood, up to now) all been rather good for me.
Obviously not as hardy but with care very useable.
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