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#1
Don't see the point of this. Couldn't imagine Duncan Bannatyne investing! Looks like one of those solutions to a problem that doesn't actually exist!

Edited By: JohnP on Oct 08, 2010 19:27: addition
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JohnP
Don't see the point of this. Couldn't imagine Duncan Bannatyne investing!


he's a tool anyway - he wouldn't need to :p
banned#3
Reviews of the item don't seem very good unfortunately, as they all seem to say that it doesn't have enough power to grip the nuts! oo er missus oO
#4
hotdealsuk
Reviews of the item don't seem very good unfortunately, as they all seem to say that it doesn't have enough power to grip the nuts! oo er missus oO

If it can't hold on to the nuts it can hardly be described as an 'auto wench' ;)
#5
I do not see any point to this and anybody who bought it for £35.47 must be kicking themselves, I reckon you will see them in Poundland soon.
#6
sonygeezer
I do not see any point to this and anybody who bought it for £35.47 must be kicking themselves, I reckon you will see them in Poundland soon.

I agree. If you're right they'll still be a pound too expensive.
#7
i have one of these - i must admit, they are pointless. the batteries have the annoying nack of running out just before you need to use it, and they are not so easy to replace (screwdriver job)...stick to the manual ones
#8
Some things are better done manualy sometimes !
#9
I've been given one by mother inlaw, it's litter! Buy a proper adjustable for £7.99 instead!
#10
Whoever needs one of these must be damn lazy.
#11
I have one of these. If I'm honest I could easily manage without it and the manual ones are stronger.
But it does have it's uses from time to time and I keep it in the toolbox.

Plus it's fun making it open and shut at the click of a button, but that might just be me.
#12
Got one from ages ago, get a fisher price one instead its a more professional tool :)
#13
Got one of these, fun to play with for 5 minutes, about how long it lasted before it died and turned into a manual one :(

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