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Credit card survival tool £1.00 in Poundland (Cardiff)

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Credit card size survival tool identical to this one on Amazon... http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bcb-CM024-Mini-Work-Tool/dp/B000TEUQPG/ref=pd_sim_sbs_sg_3 but for a pound not £4.95! Doesnt have the BC… Read More
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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Credit card size survival tool identical to this one on Amazon... http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bcb-CM024-Mini-Work-Tool/dp/B000TEUQPG/ref=pd_sim_sbs_sg_3 but for a pound not £4.95!

Doesnt have the BCB badge on either for the pedants.

Handy thing to keep in your wallet.

Loads in Cardiff store, not sure if nationwide.

Features include.....

Can Opener
Cutter Edge
Screwdriver
Ruler
Bottle Opener
4 Position Wrench
Butterfly Screw Wrench
Saw Blade
Direction recognizer
Position Wrench
Key Chain Hole
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banned 1 Like #1
Price is good compared to amazon, however I cannot imagine what you could use this for other than a bottle/can opener?
1 Like #2
I do a lot of camping and walking and thought it the sort of lightweight thing that's handy to have if something breaks, is forgotten or lost.
I guess it could be a bit of a conversation piece too. Sort of thing you might pull out at a barbecue to take the top off a Bud.
Who knows, could save someone's life too if they got their arm caught in a rock for 127 hours or something?(_;)
3 Likes #3
Rhydal
I guess it could be a bit of a conversation piece too. Sort of thing you might pull out at a barbecue to take the top off a Bud.


Now that is going to be a big hit with the girls. Make sure you have a stick with you to beat them all off!
9 Likes #4
bigsky
Now that is going to be a big hit with the girls. Make sure you have a stick with you to beat them all off!
Girls like versatile tools and credit cards. This ticks both boxes. ;)
1 Like #5
crebera
Price is good compared to amazon, however I cannot imagine what you could use this for other than a bottle/can opener?

You don't have to imagine, it tells you, it's a screwdriver, has a cutting edge and all those other less useful things...........
#6
Many's ther time I've been out in the wilds and thought "hmm, what I really need right now is a butterfly screw wrench."
#7
my question is why only in cardiff.... is there a fight for life where only the strong survive or those armed with multi utility credit cards
3 Likes #8
Rupz
my question is why only in cardiff.... is there a fight for life where only the strong survive or those armed with multi utility credit cards


I take it you haven't been to Cardiff.
2 Likes #9
Rupz
my question is why only in cardiff.... is there a fight for life where only the strong survive or those armed with multi utility credit cards
Stoke coming on the 18th.
#10
Anyone seen these anywhere else? Swansea?

Wasn't poundland the store that woman got stabbed to death in? perhaps they should reconsider selling this.

edit: Ah no it was poundstretcher

http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/tm_objectid=16269400&method=full&siteid=50082&headline=pensioner-stabbed-to-death-in-cardiff-store-name_page.html



Edited By: jamesdew on Jan 12, 2011 13:19: poundshop confusion
#11
Had one of these in my wallet for about 10 years - in that time I rarely used it but there were so many people who did LOL. Used for fixing ski bindings through to opening packaging. Really useful. If only my local had one.
#12
Can I just ask, where is the Poundland in Cardiff?!
#13
....and what is a "direction recognizer" - is this American for "compass" or what?
#14
now thats a top item - hope they have some left.
1 Like #15
Casnewydd
Can I just ask, where is the Poundland in Cardiff?!
Queen Street. Near the Castle.
1 Like #16
Casnewydd
Can I just ask, where is the Poundland in Cardiff?!

You could always google it and you'd find out straight away instead of having to wait for the reply on here?
#17
Casnewydd
Can I just ask, where is the Poundland in Cardiff?!

Queens Street, I think...
#18
I had problem with the police with one of them because they are considered a fixed blade (total ****) and now I carry a Spyderco UK Penknife and leatherman kick.
1 Like #19
jamesdew
Anyone seen these anywhere else? Swansea?

Wasn't poundland the store that woman got stabbed to death in? perhaps they should reconsider selling this.

edit: Ah no it was poundstretcher

http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/tm_objectid=16269400&method=full&siteid=50082&headline=pensioner-stabbed-to-death-in-cardiff-store-name_page.html



I've seen this in the Watford branch too
#20
Remember to take this out of your wallet if you're going to fly.This'll trigger alarm bells!
#21
amdg
Remember to take this out of your wallet if you're going to fly.This'll trigger alarm bells!

I left a knife and mulitool when traveling back from USA.......it went through the x-ray machine and they didn't notice.
banned#22
I wonder what would happen if its seen in your suitcase at the airport. Would you be allowed to take it through?
#23
I had one of these for ages and just used it as a bottle opener. The blade's pretty sharp too and maybe you could even take your arm off with it like in "127 hours".

And what's a "direction recogniser "? Sounds like a compass but maybe it's the round thing and you use the Sun ?
2 Likes #24
cmontgomeryburns
....and what is a "direction recognizer" - is this American for "compass" or what?


I found this page which has a handy set of instructions for all the tools on this device.
http://piku.org.uk/

The "Direction recognizer" is described thusly:
At the forest or the hungriness get lost way can’t pure direction, put the map in the direction that mariner’s compass point, and put the engrave to have already identified empty center of a circle of the machine to the map of the place is a position mostly up, pass 16 scale division bearing indication, the indirect unceasing use, be clear about the destination the direction.

I hope that's now perfectly clear.
#25
nathankw
cmontgomeryburns
....and what is a "direction recognizer" - is this American for "compass" or what?


I found this page which has a handy set of instructions for all the tools on this device.
http://piku.org.uk/


The "Direction recognizer" is described thusly:
At the forest or the hungriness get lost way can’t pure direction, put the map in the direction that mariner’s compass point, and put the engrave to have already identified empty center of a circle of the machine to the map of the place is a position mostly up, pass 16 scale division bearing indication, the indirect unceasing use, be clear about the destination the direction.

I hope that's now perfectly clear.


Ah great - makes perfect sense now :|
#26
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#27
These were all in stock in the Poundlands at Stafford and Cannock before christmas.. Made for an awesome 'Poundland Pass the Parcel'

They look nice too, I have one in my wallet being awesome.. I wish I had one a few weeks ago, stuck on the train from prague with 2 annoyingly sealed beers..
#28
MrFerret
These were all in stock in the Poundlands at Stafford and Cannock before christmas.. Made for an awesome 'Poundland Pass the Parcel'They look nice too, I have one in my wallet being awesome.. I wish I had one a few weeks ago, stuck on the train from prague with 2 annoyingly sealed beers..

Shoulda flicked those pesky tops off with yer thumb .......ya pussy..........(_;)
#29
It could come in handy for cutting up one's credit cards.... :{oO
#30
paul176 - Jan 12, 2011 15:43
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Yeah right - coz it wouldn't be at all obtrusive hanging off your keyring X)

Edited By: nicojo on Jan 12, 2011 20:37
#31
Rhydal
bigsky
Now that is going to be a big hit with the girls. Make sure you have a stick with you to beat them all off!
Girls like versatile tools and credit cards. This ticks both boxes. ;)

wrong verstile tool
#32
Built my house with this. In Welsh it's spelt Poondlllandgogygogg ;)


Edited By: Flombard on Jan 12, 2011 22:47
#33
Rhydal
Rupz
my question is why only in cardiff.... is there a fight for life where only the strong survive or those armed with multi utility credit cards

Stoke coming on the 18th.
Yes and ill be there.
#34
Flombard
Built my house with this. In Welsh it's spelt Poondlllandgogygogg ;)



Hmm looks like the response of a single brain cell....
#35
Come on be more positive, your response isnt that bad, I'll credit you with two brain cells





Edited By: Flombard on Jan 12, 2011 23:20
#36
When I saw the title I thought it was a pair of scissors in a box or something similar, so you could cut your credit card in half to 'survive' using it too much on buying deals you see posted here! :D
#37
zeroHour2
When I saw the title I thought it was a pair of scissors in a box or something similar, so you could cut your credit card in half to 'survive' using it too much on buying deals you see posted here! :D


Just what I thought!
#38
Two sharp edges on a bottle opener? Sounds like a good idea for use when drunk.
#39
Cal.
Two sharp edges on a bottle opener? Sounds like a good idea for use when drunk.


Ditto. Interesting to know how to grip this thing when using the "wrenches".
#40
MrFerret
These were all in stock in the Poundlands at Stafford and Cannock before christmas.. Made for an awesome 'Poundland Pass the Parcel'They look nice too, I have one in my wallet being awesome.. I wish I had one a few weeks ago, stuck on the train from prague with 2 annoyingly sealed beers..

You could have used one bottle against the other as a lever or even a folded up piece of paper or the bottom of a lighter.

BOOM

They had these in poundworld before christmas, looked like cheap chinese tat...and as we all know 127 hours does not approve of cheap chinese blades.

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