100PC 1/2" & 1/4" SOCKET SET & SCREWDRIVER BIT TORX RATCHET DRIVER CASE TOOL KIT delivered £14.95 @ direkt2publik/eBay - HotUKDeals
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100PC 1/2" & 1/4" SOCKET SET & SCREWDRIVER BIT TORX RATCHET DRIVER CASE TOOL KIT delivered £14.95 @ direkt2publik/eBay

£14.95 @ eBay
Maybe not something for professionals but seems a good deal for a basic DIYer if your starting out with a new collection and need selection of the most basic and commonly used hand tools/attachments a… Read More
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3y, 2w agoFound 3 years, 2 weeks ago
Maybe not something for professionals but seems a good deal for a basic DIYer if your starting out with a new collection and need selection of the most basic and commonly used hand tools/attachments along with carry case for neat storage.

Can't comment on quality but its got to be a bargain for £15?
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100PCS 1/4-INCH AND 1/2-INCH DR TOOL KIT
6pcs combination wrenches
1pc 6" pliers
1pc 300g bench hammers
4pcs screwdriver
4pcs hex keys
1pc water pump plier
11pcs bits
40pcs wire clips
1pc crimping clip
1pc bit holder
9pcs 1/4 socket set
8pcs 1/2 socket set
1pc ratchet handle
1pc feeler gauge
blow case
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#1
Can anyone provide feedback on this? Looks to be a good deal. Thanks OP
3 Likes #2
pound land quality crap .
1 Like #3
Buy cheap buy twice.
#4
got this a while ago for my sister to keep in the house...ok its not snapon but for 15p an item...delivered!..have a word )
banned 1 Like #5
high price for such low quality
#6
So can somebody point to what price this is available at, even if it is of low quality.

There's people out there who only want to spend limited amount so unless you can get the same quality for cheaper let's not make comparisons with Rolson/Snap-On/Halfords professional.

Not everybody wants to spend a fortune and some people are OK with buy cheap buy twice, especially if it's for occasional use.
1 Like #7
paulkerr
pound land quality crap .
These are available in Poundland then???
4 Likes #8
Good deal for starting DIY have-a-go'ers that only use this once in a while...

No point being snobby or commenting that it's not great quality. What did you expect, for this price? There are many people who are fine with it.

If it's not for you, just go look at the next deal. It's about the price. Seen it cheaper elsewhere? No? Then this is a good deal.
#9
[quote=xHageneeSx]Good deal for starting DIY have-a-go'ers that only use this once in a while...

No point being snobby or commenting that it's not great quality. What did you expect, for this price? There are many people who are fine with it.

If it's not for you, just go look at the next deal. It's about the price. Seen it cheaper elsewhere? No? Then this is a good deal.[/quote

omg we have a new bread of newbie here lolol

a newbie who understands what this site is all about,the deals and the price...not the sarky comments people leave if they dont like a deal....simple answer for them people is if its not what you want why look and comment..your on the wrong site for that point your browser at facebook for that !!!

Edited By: terry7866 on Jul 06, 2014 13:28
#10
I bought a set that looks exactly like this around 15 years ago for £60 at the time. And it's lasted until now. I can't guarantee that the quality will be the same and it won't suit professionals but for that price it's a bargain.
4 Likes #11
In some cases, fobbing things off because they are cheap is important. Cheap tools not only break, but also break what you're trying to fix. A cheap screwdriver can ruin the head of a screw, meaning you're going to have to go to a lot more expense and trouble to remove it afterwards, making it far cheaper (and exceptionally less effort) to buy a decent one first.
#12
Maybe ok if you want to get a toy tool set for a kit, but have worked out this is actually cheaper?

I have used tools like this enough times and wouldn't be choice, as yes they will leave you more frustrated and so on.

Get to a car boot sale, or even try the local freecycle to get better for the same money.
banned#13
that's a lot of tools in one place.
#14
Ouch! I can feel my knuckles bleeding and I've not even bought this socket set :p
#15
I've seen most of these screwdrivers and bits as sets in Poundland. Considering that you're paying £4.95 extra to get all of these. In fact I have some of these and they're crap esp the pliers.
6 Likes #16
I received mine today & I'm not too satisfied with it.

http://www.chrissieschocolates.co.uk/WebRoot/Store2/Shops/es146490/504F/991E/EE5A/110A/7E8C/0A0F/1119/061D/538826_278166285611608_158122477615990_588475_1484457520_n.jpg
#17
**** hot deal these are, minus the hot! Proceed with caution. As previously stated you'll probs knacker the screw heads up or slip off damaging whatever you are trying to fix/repair.
Not being a tool snob, some of my tools are sourced cheap and cheerfully from markets etc, but my socket sets a Halfords one, my screwdrivers are old skool Stanley...
Combination spanners should be ok and the allen keys. It's pretty poor quality though, maybe you should do yourself a favour and avoid it.
2 Likes #18
For £15 you can't go wrong, I had a similar set given to me 20+ years ago, I have quality tools too, but if I can't find a particular tool, then, this has got me out of trouble so many times, it just sits in the garage in its box all in one place. Recommended to anyone whatever their level of expertise, when you need a tool and every where is closed this is better than nothing!
#19
Ideal for car boot :) Have some heat.
1 Like #20
loofer
So can somebody point to what price this is available at, even if it is of low quality.

There's people out there who only want to spend limited amount so unless you can get the same quality for cheaper let's not make comparisons with Rolson/Snap-On/Halfords professional.

Not everybody wants to spend a fortune and some people are OK with buy cheap buy twice, especially if it's for occasional use.
Rolson as quality tool?
Yes You cannot get the same quality for less, as there is no quality in it.
As stated before, cheap tools will cost You more in long run.
They are not for DIY at all, why do people think that DIY-er will need rubbish tools?
#21
dzordzmakowiec
loofer
So can somebody point to what price this is available at, even if it is of low quality.

There's people out there who only want to spend limited amount so unless you can get the same quality for cheaper let's not make comparisons with Rolson/Snap-On/Halfords professional.

Not everybody wants to spend a fortune and some people are OK with buy cheap buy twice, especially if it's for occasional use.
Rolson as quality tool?
Yes You cannot get the same quality for less, as there is no quality in it.
As stated before, cheap tools will cost You more in long run.
They are not for DIY at all, why do people think that DIY-er will need rubbish tools?

Let's be honest now dzordzmakowiec, Rolson compared to these particular low grade tools in comparison are not too bad at all.
I remember as a sixteen year old having cheap low cost screwdrivers and them shattering (the handles) at the first attempt to do a simple clutch cable replacement on my Yamaha RD50m.
1 Like #22
It may, or may not, be a good deal for a 100 piece set but it looks ( if I read it correctly ) only a 60 piece set as 40 pieces are "wire clips" whatever they are. Going from the picture on the ebay site I can't see these wire clips.
#23
Mikuru
I received mine today & I'm not too satisfied with it.

http://www.chrissieschocolates.co.uk/WebRoot/Store2/Shops/es146490/504F/991E/EE5A/110A/7E8C/0A0F/1119/061D/538826_278166285611608_158122477615990_588475_1484457520_n.jpg
Eh?

Those look a lot better quality than the original set posted?

Certainly made out of a tougher material, it seems!

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