I hoped you'd see it. I've been quite pleased with Parkside stuff. Daniel's French site has a huge thread on Parkside stuff from French Lidl and users there seem to be quite pleased with them, too.
I'd already got an Elu planer and an Arcoy one, so I didn't look at the Lidl one. The Elu one works the same way, but hasn't given any trouble.
The Parkside Li-Ion stuff is very good and much cheaper than other brands.
Their sanders are all good, although one did go pop when I first switched it on, but I got a refund with no difficulty. The belt sander I use mostly fixed to the bench with the fitment that came with it. The price of the Parkside supplied clamps from other places is almost as much as I paid for the sander including them. It could do with a fence in that mode and I'm building one this weekend, as none comes with it.
Their oscillating jigsaw is excellent, up to all the latest standards, with a nice feel.
The 500W bench drill that I got as a stop gap, when I couldn't find a decent single phase floor model, is actually made for them by Femi in Italy.
Their hook backed abrasives are a fraction of the price of the Bosch ones and I can't detect any difference in wear quality.
They had a decent set of bi-metal hole saws recently for Kns110. I'd paid more than that for a single size a few months ago, when I needed one to install some lights and couldn't find my Starrett one.
I rate Parkside quite highly, particularly when there is a limited range of options locally and alternatives are four times the price.
I know the old mantra was buy the best you can afford and cheap stuff was rubbish, but some of today's cheap stuff does actually seem to be quite good. The only downside seems to be that if you ever need spares, if they aren't industry standard brushes or bearings, and most probably are, forget it.
Alphatools are, as you say, not the same quality. I've one of their circular saws that works OK, but the only time it gets used these days is if someone wants to borrow it ! They're not getting my Hitachi or Bosch ones !
I'd be interested to know more about their multitool, though, particularly what accessories are available for it and what sort of prices, just in case they could extend the use of the Parkside one. Whereabouts in Zagreb are you?