Angle Grinder

115 Items
Reset Filters Filters
Position Position
Product Name Product Name
Price Price
Rating Rating
Force Force
12 24 36
  1. -6% Regular Price £125.99 Special Price £118.89
    £39.63 per month
    5 5 reviews
    In stock
  2. In stock
  3. In stock
  4. In stock
  5. -12% Regular Price £45.59 Special Price £39.99
    £13.33 per month
    5 1 review
    In stock
  6. +5
    £15.00 per month
    No reviews
    In stock
  7. In stock
  8. £50.45
    £16.82 per month
    4.9 14 reviews
    In stock
  9. +5
    In stock
  10. +4
    £24.63 per month
    4.8 6 reviews
    In stock
  11. In stock
  12. In stock
  13. Show More Items
Position Position
Product Name Product Name
Price Price
Rating Rating
Force Force
12 24 36
Latest product reviews
Fabio de Campos Pereira Verified Order
Awesome storage solution … always reliable and with the tstack module makes life easier!!
6 May
Ian Clark Verified Order
Early days but happy so far.
3 May
Eddie Verified Order
Well made, light weight mower. Just gets around our estimated 500m sq lawns on two 3AH batteries which I have from previous Makita tools. Other great thing is the plastic deck. A steel one was the downfall of our previous mower as it just rotted through.
3 May

Angle Grinder: Key Uses and buying guide

An angle grinder is a multi-purpose electric hand-held power tool that is not expensive at all and serves many purposes in any DIY workshop, such as:

  1. Grinding. Specifically designed to grind and remove extra mass from metal, wood masonry, or any other dense materials in a rapid movement, saving some precious time and effort.
  2. Cutting. Easily cuts through a variety of materials from wood to bricks to pavers to concrete and even denser materials such as metals and aluminum. Being a handy tool, it offers exceptional maneuverability, allowing you to cut the weighty slabs or logs where they are.
  3. Sanding. A versatile machine used for sanding woods and stone, marble or any other dense material, smoothing it out and cleaning it up with ease, for your project
  4. Polishing. Polish stones and tiles with Small-angle grinder in both wet and dry polishing types for a super slick finish. The high-speed RPM, helps finish the job quickly.
  5. Sharpening. Looking for something handy to sharpen your lawnmower blade? Pick up that mini angle grinder tool and sharpen it in no time.

What to look for when buying an angle grinder?

Here are a few key pointers, that you need to consider. Look for the following closely and you can get a great practical tool to work with.

  • The Disc Diameter. First, the diameter of the disc is a key consideration. The bigger the disc diameter, the higher is the tool power and cutting depth. Disc diameters are available in a range of 100 mm – 230 mm i.e., 4 – 9 inches. Depending on your requirement you can choose the one fit for you.
  • Grinder Power. Higher wattage translates into higher chiseling power, such as found in a large angle grinder, smoothly whizzing through the toughest of materials even steel. Higher wattage is also recommended for continuous work in longer stretches.
  • Single or Variable Speed. Variable speed angle grinder is a popular choice for its wider range of utility. However, it comes at a heftier price.
  • Corded or Cordless. In addition to the mains models (240v and 110v), there is a cordless or mini angle grinder offering almost the similar output.
  • Look for the Safety features. Most models come with useful built-in security features such as the slow-start preventing immediate twisting; the anti-kickback feature, the restart protection in case of overheating, paddle switch aka Deadman’s switch and some more.

Where to find best angle grinder UK

Looking to buy angle grinder in Mainland UK?

UK Planet Tools features high quality and yet cheap angle grinder variety. We also offer 2- 3 days nationwide delivery of tools, from London to Birmingham, and from Glasgow

to Liverpool, Bristol and Manchester, at an astonishingly good price. It may not be the cheapest angle grinder uk, but it’s definitely one of the best you can find. If you’re thinking ‘where’s the best tool shop near me’ we got you covered.

Contact Us