Challenge Xtreme 235 Piece Auto Toolkit. Save £32 was £69.99 now £37.99 from Argos - HotUKDeals
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Crackin starter kit for the wet behind the ears DIYer
Stock available at Wakefield

4 drawer metal tool chest with opening top section and 2 carrying handles.

Combination spanners.

AF and metric socket set.

Assorted screwdrivers and bits including slot, cross point and pozi drive.

Bit driver, precision screwdrivers and hex keys.

Long nose, diagonal pliers.

Size of tool box (H)32, (W)53, (D)26cm.
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#1
Did you check the reviews? Seems to be rather sh*t.
#2
mccririck;7687594
Did you check the reviews? Seems to be rather sh*t.

Its a basic tool kit to get you started!!:whistling:
And its only £38 bloomin quid!!
#3
Flippetyflop
Its a basic tool kit to get you started!!:whistling:
And its only £38 bloomin quid!!


And it falls apart. Very useful...

I'd rather buy quality tools a few pieces at a time than spend £38 on this.
#4
mccririck;7687594
Did you check the reviews? Seems to be rather sh*t.

Only 4 reviews, 2 of which appear to have got out of bed the wrong side, one is fair comment and the other gives it 5 stars, about as consistent as the scoring on Dancing on ice!!:oops:
#5
mccririck;7687623
And it falls apart. Very useful...

I'd rather buy quality tools a few pieces at a time than spend £38 on this.

brilliant buy 14 January 2009
By lahamil from south yorkshire

Overall Ratinghttp://reviews.argos.co.uk/1493-en_gb/5_0/5/rating.gif 5 StarsExcellent



"bought this item for my dad and its brilliant got everything for fixing cars and more definatly a great buy for car fanatics or for just being there just in case"
#6
mccririck;7687594
Did you check the reviews? Seems to be rather sh*t.

But ultimately, no didn't check the reviews!!
Don't always believe what you read!!!!!!!!
#7
You can still use case though. LOL
#8
DownHill911
You can still use case though. LOL


One review says the case is rubbish.
#9
Flippetyflop
But ultimately, no didn't check the reviews!!
Don't always believe what you read!!!!!!!!


When I'm spending £38 I will read the reviews thanks.
#10
Just make some tools yourself with some cheap butter, just as durable as these ones!
#11
Flippetyflop
Only 4 reviews, 2 of which appear to have got out of bed the wrong side, one is fair comment and the other gives it 5 stars, about as consistent as the scoring on Dancing on ice!!:oops:


One person gave it a good review and he didn't even use the tools. Gave it to his dad.
The other 3 people who reviewed the tools gave it a one star. Thats 75% of a small sample. Pretty consisent.
#12
I think this would be a good starter kit for an apprentice just starting out, you got to start with something
#13
gosh theres some sad ***** on here
#14
They are obviously not going to be snap-on quality at this price and will probably break /wear out pretty quickly but its got to be a bargain for under £40! Probably good for the occasional diy'er or an apprentice on £50 a week just starting out, as the bits break or wear out renew them with higher quality stuff, thats what I did when I started in the trade and I've stuill got some of the cheapy stuff 20yrs later.

Voted hot from me

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