No it's a Bosch, gonna need to strip it and replace the the bearing or replace what ever is availableYour lidl one?. When I bought the last 2 one was noisy from the off, took the gearbox off and although there was a good dollop of grease in there none of it was anywhere near the cogs.
It's worth it for the variable speed. Those composite discs for de rusting and removing paint etc live a lot longer if they aren't going balls out.Picked up a Lidl one today and I’m pretty impressed for twenty quid. Variable speed, trigger lock, 3-way aux handle, little doors to replace the brushes (spares supplied) and the 2-prong spanner fits into the side handle.
If it lives until the end of its 3-year warranty it’ll be worth the money.
That's what I did. For the money they are pretty handy but to work them 24/7 they may be a bit lightweight.I have 2 well actually 3 after today, one has a 1mm slitting disk, the other a grinding disk, they dont get anything like the work of my main makita but they're cheap enough to have for the little used disks.
If it’s anything like my Lidl calliper you won’t be too disappointed - the battery has lasted best part of 3 years, and it’s absolutely bang on when I measure my micrometer standards.Bought a Lidl caliper and was a bit disappointed, CR3023 battery - now I have to keep a spare for that as well as the LR44 which all my other ones use