Aviation Tin Snips Set [3Pcs] £4.99 @ Screwfix (free c&c) - HotUKDeals
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Aviation Tin Snips Set [3Pcs] £4.99 @ Screwfix (free c&c)

£4.99 @ Screwfix
£12.58 @ Toolstation. Aviation-style tin snips suitable for cutting sheet metal. Spring-loaded with compound leverage action. Carbon Steel Read More
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2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago
£12.58 @ Toolstation.

Aviation-style tin snips suitable for cutting sheet metal. Spring-loaded with compound leverage action.

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I would be a bit wary of these. I bought a single one for cutting lead sheet. They didn't cut very well. The blades parted each side of the lead. I had to buy another more expensive pair to do the job.
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Wadadli_Cooler
I would be a bit wary of these. I bought a single one for cutting lead sheet. They didn't cut very well. The blades parted each side of the lead. I had to buy another more expensive pair to do the job.
So you wouldn't recommend these for re skinning the wings on my Learjet? I was hoping to save a few quid :(
#3
Always handy to have in the cave.

Heat added.
#4
@ £4.99, these should be real good quality...
#5
These are only good if there for diy at home. If your using them on site day in day out like I do don't bother as won't last a week. Pay the extra £10 for a pair of wiss or Milwaukee snips that will last you years
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Wadadli_Cooler
I would be a bit wary of these. I bought a single one for cutting lead sheet. They didn't cut very well. The blades parted each side of the lead. I had to buy another more expensive pair to do the job.
So you wouldn't recommend these for re skinning the wings on my Learjet? I was hoping to save a few quid :(


They say "aviation" so they should work fine for that. What's the worst that could happen?
#7
Great for would be gangsters.
#8
These are no good if you are a professional but for 3 pairs it is a bargain if you are only likely to use them once in a while
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Wadadli_Cooler
I would be a bit wary of these. I bought a single one for cutting lead sheet. They didn't cut very well. The blades parted each side of the lead. I had to buy another more expensive pair to do the job.


these will be crap at cutting lead you would need these tin snips, http://s7g3.scene7.com/is/image//ae235?src=ae235/31996_P&$prodImageMedium$

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