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42 Piece Screwdriver and Bit Set £5.99 @ Aldi

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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
25 assorted bits
Screwdriver handle and additional flexible extension shaft
3 slotted screwdrivers (with large, comfortable handles and magnetised tips)
3 Phillips screwdrivers (with large, comfortable handles and magnetised tips)
7 precision screwdrivers for intricate work
2 electricians screwdrivers (with 2 tone ergonomic design handles)
Robust storage case
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#1
These are disposable sets that don't last long if used regularly or for a difficult job, slightly expensive but still a bargain
-there is always poundland or the 99p shop (buy bits and drivers seperately = £2 but no box and may not colour-co-ordinate)
#2
These are not poor quality - I have had my set for over 10 years now and shall be updating with this:thumbsup:

59p per year bargain!
banned#3
I would say in my experience, it is the poundland ones that are false economy, very soft steel tip that deforms when used, and often do not fit in the first place, same with their allen key sets

Though I cannot vouch for this exact set, a set of 7 i bought from Lidl a few months back for about this price are superbly made, made as well as a top brand, for a tiny fraction of the price. Bargains do exist
banned#4
OperateOnMe
These are disposable sets that don't last long if used regularly or for a difficult job, slightly expensive but still a bargain
-there is always poundland or the 99p shop (buy bits and drivers seperately = £2 but no box and may not colour-co-ordinate)


That opinion is based???????
Think you know what I mean. Too many opinions on this site are based. Och you get my drift.
Sweeping generalisations!
#5
I've had a set of these from a previous Aldi offer and they have managed to do what ever job I have thrown at them, including doing things a screwdriver shouldn't be used for. If they stand the test of time with me they are good enough for many others and would beat the soft metal tools from poundland any day
#6
Aldi sell some very good quality tools,Iv'e bought many over the years and the quality is brilliant to compare them to Cheap crap sold at poundland is stupid.
banned#7
den169
Aldi sell some very good quality tools,Iv'e bought many over the years and the quality is brilliant to compare them to Cheap crap sold at poundland is stupid.


:thumbsup: yep, same goes for Lidl, I have has some very good value good tools in both, poundland is false economy for tools
#8
Got a set that looks identical to this from Makro. That was several years ago and they have been the best screwdrivers I ever had.
#9
OperateOnMe
These are disposable sets that don't last long if used regularly or for a difficult job, slightly expensive but still a bargain
-there is always poundland or the 99p shop (buy bits and drivers seperately = £2 but no box and may not colour-co-ordinate)


Couldn't agree more, but the OP doesn't like the criticism!
Be prepared to prove it!
#10
banerama
That opinion is based???????
Think you know what I mean. Too many opinions on this site are based. Och you get my drift.
Sweeping generalisations!


It's based on having so many tools brought for different places I have stayed.
Aldi tends to be better than LIDL for quite a few things inc. tools but not screwdrivers! I've brought sets from each and poundland to do jobs they were intended for.
-The poundland bits and allen keys are still in good nick
-The local DIY cheap screwdrivers are in good nick
-The Aldi ones were useless, the soft metal became blunt and the Allen Keys were a nightmare that last year I went to Halfords to buy a decent set as I did not have easy access to a poundland

You are right, there is a lot of generalisation, but I do know my tools!
#11
jubbyme
I would say in my experience, it is the poundland ones that are false economy, very soft steel tip that deforms when used, and often do not fit in the first place, same with their allen key sets

Though I cannot vouch for this exact set, a set of 7 i bought from Lidl a few months back for about this price are superbly made, made as well as a top brand, for a tiny fraction of the price. Bargains do exist


I would add, the best screwdrivers to look for are 'Chrome-Vandium' unfortunately you have to also make sure they are not 'made in China' where a lot of cheap metal is repackaged

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