More Festool Specials

The end-of-financial-year sale is on again for Festool products, over at Ideal Tools.

Once again, it is a matter of resisting (which is futile) the attraction of Festool (and some Protool) gear marked well down!


Vacs, drills, sanders, saws, accessories – worth a look at the specials page to be sure.  There is not as much there as the previous sale, but still, if you are in the market for anything that is there on special, obviously a good time to get it!

Of particular note, some of the Surfix Festool finishing oil is there, marked down from $50 to $15, which isn’t too shabby, and a good time to get it if you use that finishing system (good time for me to stock up as well).



Couple of related bits of news from Ideal Tools:

Firstly, they are having an End of Financial Year Sale – check out details here.

These include (along with the expected bunch of Festool tools), some of the Systainers, and Sortainers, including (and I have to see this) – a transparent systainer!!

Secondly, if you’ve missed breakfast, Ideal Tools are having an all-day breakfast on the 25th and 26th June

Friday 25th June 9am to 5pm, and Saturday 26th June 10am to 3pm.

On the grill will be pancakes with syrup, bacon and eggs, and fresh coffee served up free all day.

Educational demonstrations including:

Advanced Domino Techniques by Terry Fogarty.
Sanding and finishing with Organoil oils – plus a walkthrough of Organoil’s new products.
Anything about Festool products and accessories you want to know and have demonstrated.
Watch the Powermatic thicknesser (with Shelix head) at work – fantastic finish and quiet!
Special deals will available, including:

Packages of tools and accessories..
Packages of tools and woodworking classes.
Any remaining stock clearance tools and accessories, including sanders, drills, abrasives, saws, dust extractors, glues and finishes, and more – while stocks last.

Sounds like a good combination of items – woodworking tools, food, sawdust, food, Festool, food, and some food 🙂

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