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  1. Ive been using a variety of chargers to keep my motley collection of vehicles in 'Volts' (and amps), But being naturally 'close' (tight, cautious, Northern ) I've always used the Aldi / Lidl chargers - based on 'Folklore' that these were a rebranded CTEK charger. They are not! I borrowed a CTEK charger for a week, and brought back to life a variety of batteries I have 3 Land Rovers, S1 to Puma. (she has a BMW that never causes a problem) a VW T4 camper (plus 'leisure' battery) a VW Fox (for when the girls are back home) a variety of Golf trolleys (with batteries, owned by the
  2. Evening Ladels and Gentlespoons, Whilst picking up some milk at my local Lidl I saw these two tools, an air-powered oscillating tool and a DA sander. I will need both of these tools in the future for upcoming jobs, but did anyone take a punt? I appreciate these will need a fairly meaty compressor, but at £30 each you'd be lucky to pick up a decent electrically powered one? Oscillating tool DA Sander
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