Bosch Multi-Function Tool and 70 Piece Drill Accs Set with case (Less than half price) £19.99 @ Argos free C&C - HotUKDeals
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I've posted this 2 weeks back with a price of 24.99. Funny enough i haven't used mine yet so tomorrow im returning it and buy at this price....5 quid it's worth the hassle ;)

Includes: 70 piece set includes 11 HSS metal drill bits, 6 TC masonry drill bits, 5 wood drill bits, 3 spade bits, 24 screwdriver bits, and one multi-function hand tool.
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#2
remember if you buy online its £3.95 shipping with argos if I remember correctly.
#3
anyone have this? reviews?
1 Like #4
Brill/ That's a christmas present for Dad sorted.
1 Like #5
Bought this last year for a bargain £10.99, it's very good, I like the magnetic screwdriver set and the drill bits look a bit cheap but they have done the job I wanted.
#6
FMJ1000
anyone have this? reviews?

We bought a 50 piece set a few years ago whilst we were renovating my house for around the same money. Generally speaking for most amateur DIY jobs its a great kit however once we got into a few more heavier duty jobs some of the masonary bits and driver tips didn't last too long compared with the professional grade bits they were replaced with.

I'd highly recommend though for general jobbing DIY, and like we did, the more common items can be replaced with better tooling when worn out, keeping everything nice and tidy in the neat hardwearing case.
1 Like #7
what more do you want from a 70 piece kit for £20??? when if you go and buy 1 professional piece is going to set you back at least £5... honestly...
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raluci320
what more do you want from a 70 piece kit for £20??? when if you go and buy 1 professional piece is going to set you back at least £5... honestly...

Someone asked for a review. We gave them an opinion based on personal experience and added a tip that any common use tooling can be replaced with "better" equipment when its worn out to ensure that the set will last. We weren't implying that the set should be of professional standard for £20 if that's what you're getting at. I don't think you'll find many who disagree with the general gist of your comment but it is a bit like stating the blinking obvious.

I'll therefore repeat "I'd highly recommend though for general jobbing DIY"....honestly....X)
#9
Cold. Overpriced
1 Like #10
Typical Argos hype - when has this ever been £49.99 now reduced to £19.99??????
1 Like #11
looks like an okay deal - voted hot
#12
Can you get it cheaper? then share it
amazon still £25
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00E0IW1UK/?tag=ho01f-21

YouDontWantToKnow
Cold. Overpriced
1 Like #13
Reserved, thanks
#14
aren't they all?
mothsinmywallet
Typical Argos hype - when has this ever been £49.99 now reduced to £19.99??????
1 Like #15
bish bash bosche...job done

(_;)
1 Like #16
the multitool must be worth a tenner on its own
1 Like #17
voted hot, i have this set and it's really good!
#18
stato
raluci320
what more do you want from a 70 piece kit for £20??? when if you go and buy 1 professional piece is going to set you back at least £5... honestly...

Someone asked for a review. We gave them an opinion based on personal experience and added a tip that any common use tooling can be replaced with "better" equipment when its worn out to ensure that the set will last. We weren't implying that the set should be of professional standard for £20 if that's what you're getting at. I don't think you'll find many who disagree with the general gist of your comment but it is a bit like stating the blinking obvious.

I'll therefore repeat "I'd highly recommend though for general jobbing DIY"....honestly....X)

I didn't assume that comment was in reply to your own review
#19
Eco some of the other comments, although I had one of the smaller sets. They are OK for general use but any hard bricks/concrete and the masonry drill will fail. One bent, another lost its edge quickly and the cutting tip fell off a third.
Also one or two of the wood drills were not perfectly straight which pretty much meant they would snap on use
1 Like #20
Love these things. There's something very pleasing about having everything sorted and in order ready for use.

Not just from an OCD viewpoint either. It beats fishing through a tub-full looking for the 5.5mm masonry bit.
#21
barrowboy
Bought this last year for a bargain £10.99, it's very good, I like the magnetic screwdriver set and the drill bits look a bit cheap but they have done the job I wanted.

Did yours come with the multi-tool?
1 Like #22
Just what is needed for a husband who never knows what he's done with his bits and complains to me about it as if I were the one to lose them in the first place!!! With them all in one case, here's hoping, hey!
banned#23
Got it. Thanks.
1 Like #24
raluci320
what more do you want from a 70 piece kit for £20??? when if you go and buy 1 professional piece is going to set you back at least £5... honestly...

Why the angry reaction, he gave a very honest, and I thought generally positive review. Try listening to people before going on a rant at them.
#25
Picked one up, I needed a bigger set for occasional use. These are made in China if anyone is curious. The multi tool seems to be sturdily made it's pretty much a leatherman. What are the gold bits in the set for? I know the is silver wood and black masonry.
#26
There is a Makita version with 101 pieces in B and Q for £20.
#27
stato
FMJ1000
anyone have this? reviews?

We bought a 50 piece set a few years ago whilst we were renovating my house for around the same money. Generally speaking for most amateur DIY jobs its a great kit however once we got into a few more heavier duty jobs some of the masonary bits and driver tips didn't last too long compared with the professional grade bits they were replaced with.

I'd highly recommend though for general jobbing DIY, and like we did, the more common items can be replaced with better tooling when worn out, keeping everything nice and tidy in the neat hardwearing case.

Might get the husband one if still available!

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