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>> Home > Forum > General Resources > Multi tool Kits
Multi tool Kits
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onetenor
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Forum Posts: 405
9th Aug 2018 21:56  
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These look handy I wonder if good quality?--https://www.manomano.co.uk/multi-tool-accessory-sets/216-pc-... The rubber buffs are good from #mano mano although supplied from UK tools etc in Wallasey👍

Brianaro
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9th Aug 2018 23:20  
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Difficult to know, unless you buy Dremel most of these sort of tools seem to be of similar quality. I’ve found that some (regardless of cost) ware out fairly quickly. This set isn’t a lot of money so not much to loose if not up to much, but I think you will get your money’s worth out of most if not all of the items

canabus
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10th Aug 2018 04:38  
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Hi Brianaro
I have a HILDA from Banggood.
I third the price and all the fittings fit the Dremel.
The Hilda looks the same as the Dremel with a different badge.
The Hilda is powerful and with a speed control as well.
The Hilda kit comes will a flex lead as well.
I am very happy with mine.
Canabus

Westquay
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10th Aug 2018 09:05  
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I have several sets like that. Bought over the years from this shop and that. Lately mainly Lidl and Aldi. They are all the same quality and work perfectly. I am a professional modelmaker, so I've put these things through the mill over time and never had any complaints. I tend to use my Proxxon drill, which is always flat out as the electronic speed control packed up so I wired it straight through. That might explain why the drum sanders struggle a bit sometimes. I now use them on a drill with a lower speed capability and they're doing better. Grinders never last long, so it's as well to have as many as you can gather. I think the fact is, these tools are only likely to be made by one or two companies, so all are as good as each other. And they come in such NICE boxes!

Martin

onetenor
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10th Aug 2018 22:16  
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Just as I thought Thanks. I agree re Hilda tools too. Excellent product although there a various ones. Go for best you can afford.👍