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ALDI Launches Workshop Essentials Range

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With online searches for DIY having increased by 148% since this time last year[1] and terms like ‘DIY Desk’, ‘DIY Shelves’ and ‘Cabinets’ being the most searched phrases during lockdown[2] – it seems home improvements have never been more popular. Shoppers can now flex their DIY muscles with Aldi’s Workshop Essentials range, available to order online and in store NOW! 

The 99 Piece Tool Kit (£29.99) is equipped with everything shoppers need to help unlock their inner ‘Handy Andy’ including a set of screwdrivers, and a variety of different sized spanners – perfect for adding the finishing touches to their home DIY project masterpieces. Together with a retractable tape measure to make sure those marvellous creations are just the right size, they are housed in a one-stop-shop carry case, perfect for professionals and novices alike.

Looking for a safe and practical way to get to those hard-to-reach places? Snap up the Two Step Stool (£15.99), equipped with slip-resistant feet for safety and the ability to fold flat, it’s easy to store when not in use. 

Get your hands on the Cordless Hammer Drill (£24.99) for those heavy-duty DIY projects. With a variety of speeds, projects can be completed in no time and just 1-hour charge time means the drill will be ready for action when needed. This comes equipped with a carry case and a range of accessories. 

Aldi’s Workshop Essentials Range is available to pre-order online on 12th July and in store from 19th July.

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Source : ALDI

30 July 2020

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Thank you for the excellent presentation that you gave at Woodbury Park on Thursday morning. It was very interesting and thought-provoking for our Retail members. The feedback has been excellent.

Martin Elliott. Chief Executive - Home Hardware.

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