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Morning All,
I’m looking to buy a cordless grinder.
Any recommendations would be appreciated.
Any suppliers/shops you all buy from would be helpful too.
Thanks
 
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I’ve got the Metabo 125 cordless grinder, lovely bit of kit, thanks to a recommendation on here by @LEE MAC
it’s well balanced and the rotating battery is a very useful for tight spaces and altering the balance when needed.
it’s widely available.
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Morning All,
I’m looking to buy a cordless grinder.
Any recommendations would be appreciated.
Any suppliers/shops you all buy from would be helpful too.
Thanks
I’ve got the Metabo 125 cordless grinder, lovely bit of kit, thanks to a recommendation on here by @LEE MAC
it’s well balanced and the rotating battery is a very useful for tight spaces and altering the balance when needed.
it’s widely available.
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I’ve got the Metabo 125 cordless grinder, lovely bit of kit, thanks to a recommendation on here by @LEE MAC
it’s well balanced and the rotating battery is a very useful for tight spaces and altering the balance when needed.
it’s widely available.
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Cheers mate, much appreciated
 

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Depending on your budget if you're not particularly what you have , budget wise if you get the same grinder as battery tools you already have .
 

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I’ve got a makita because I’ve got a makita radio, multi tool and impact driver. Then I have 4 batteries (4.0 or 5.0) that work in everything. ITS is good for all this stuff
 

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