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9 in 1 Pen Screwdriver - Maplin - 99p

£0.99 @ Maplin
Ive had to replace the SSD in my laptop very recently and i found this very cheap screwdriver set. Free C&C @Maplin. I hope it helps someone. Contents: 1 x aluminium screwdriver handle 2 x slo… Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Ive had to replace the SSD in my laptop very recently and i found this very cheap screwdriver set.
Free C&C @Maplin.
I hope it helps someone.

Contents:
1 x aluminium screwdriver handle
2 x slotted screwdriver bits: 2.5mm and 3mm
3 x Torx screwdriver bits: T4, T5 and T6
2 x Phillips screwdriver bits: PH00 and PH000
2 x hex screwdriver bits: 0.7mm and 0.9mm
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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5 Likes #1
Rubbish. Purchased in the past at £1.99. The bits don't last long at all.
2 Likes #2
I bought this last year and the bits don't even fit back in the pen. pointless
2 Likes #3
they have these in poundland

not the best quality
1 Like #4
I bought one a couple of weeks ago, magnet fell out of the front, not a great piece of kit imho.
1 Like #5
this is a great little set
#6
Don't recall where I got mine from years ago but it's been really useful. Pity one of the bits disappeared down a crack in a floorboard, but otherwise OK.
#7
Mine was good as well..kind of surprised that some people had bad experiences.
#8
KewlGuy
I bought this last year and the bits don't even fit back in the pen. pointless

You need to put them back in 3 at a time, fat end first.

I use these often to take laptops apart. Great wee driver for the money.
#9
Cenobite
KewlGuy
I bought this last year and the bits don't even fit back in the pen. pointless
You need to put them back in 3 at a time, fat end first.
I use these often to take laptops apart. Great wee driver for the money.
Curious, 3 at a time but bit first for me :)
#10
Got one of these for a quid from Maplins, impulse buy at the checkout and it's pants.
Cheap rattly aluminium screw lid with threads that will strip if you sneeze and the bits are soft monkey metal.
3 of my bits are all twisted at the end.
#11
andreasuk
Mine was good as well..kind of surprised that some people had bad experiences.


Was? As in past tense, you don't have anymore?
1 Like #12
windta1ker
andreasuk
Mine was good as well..kind of surprised that some people had bad experiences.


Was? As in past tense, you don't have anymore?


As in, you don't have one anymore?
#13
I have two of these but I'm pretty certain this is regular price. Good for small things like taking out hard drive screws in a computer or laptop but don't bother using it for other things.
#14
My mother bought me one of these from Lakeland a few months back as a Christmas present. It is absolute rubbish, cheap build quality and covered in manufacturing scratches straight out of the box. Haven't used it once, complete waste of money. What makes it worse is i think she paid more than £4 for it. (Wouldn't surprise me considering it came from Lakeland, utter rip-off merchants!)
#15
shutl not available?
#16
No idea why people continue to waste their hard earned pennies on these cracker fillers. Especially when you can get something decent for just a couple of quid more.

Edited By: ScoobyStoo on Feb 04, 2017 09:31: typo

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