If they say no, apparently the Lidl one isn't as bad as its £20 price tag suggests.
The old Dear got me some "bike tools" from Lidl last year....unfortunately not much cop. Looked good on the face of it, but very limited in their application and good for about one use before they failed.
I'm still using mine. YMMV Great starter for little money but for a birthday you can do better. It has served me well so i can upgrade as I see fit.
I think my dream additions atm would consist of
Decent clamping workstand and maybe a truing stand. These are more important than a lot of obscure tools
Bondhus prohold (retain bolts) allen wrenches probably with T-handles and a cheap set of ball ended L allen keys for anywhere with access problems
A cheapish torque wrench and allen screw bits.
Decent socket set. Heard Halfords pro are not bad for the money.
A shimano or park wire cutter plus a lighter for heating wire before cut!
Unior 1630 spoke wrenches or other '3 corner' spoke wrench
Park or similar shop cone wrenches
Topeak Alien 2 multitool for out and about.
Rivoli chain tool or similar
BB and cassette lockring removal tools appropriate for your bikes
Tub of grease (silkolene rg2 or marine hub), your preferred chain lube and triflow for general lubing. Degreaser, white spirits.