Draper DIY Series 08698 13-Function Pocket Knife, £2.90 Add On Item @ Amazon (free delivery on £10 spend) - HotUKDeals
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Note: Usually dispatched within 5 - 6 weeks
Multi-function pocket knife tool ideal for camping, fishing and everyday applications. Many functions including penknife, screwdriver blade, scissors, can opener, corkscrew and much more. Display packed.
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#1
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#2
Worth checking your local Asda tool section.
I think they were either £2.49 or £2.99 last time I looked at the Pudsey branch
#3
Good price.hot
#4
Has to be a good deal at that price. Almost disposable!
#5
Are these good quality? And by that I mean do they really feel like you have paid £3 for it?
#6
Reminds me when I was just a boy, I spent hours playing with my tool ;)
#7
Stabilized
Are these good quality? And by that I mean do they really feel like you have paid £3 for it?

I wouldn't say good but not too bad, and yes it feels like a £3 (maybe £5) knife.
#8
Would these be good for scraping the ice off my windscreen in the mornings?
#9
Draper tools are a quality brand....unless something has changed recently
#10
If you're expecting quality from a £2.90 knife, the problem will be with your expectations, not the knife.
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Picard123
Would these be good for scraping the ice off my windscreen in the mornings?
If you are the same guy I saw on youtube that jet-washes the car interior... yes perfect. oO
#12
Any good for Flamedeer hunting? :)
#13
I’m sure this is good value for someone but it’s not for me personally. With tools like this you are better off just getting a victorinox for £25 that will last for 5 years rather than a £3 piece of tat that will have parts breaking off it left right and centre.
#14
Yea, I expect these are fine for light use but a Victorinox Huntsman can be bought on Amazon for a mere £17 at the mo. and may well last a lifetime if you manage not to lose it. Each is a bargain in its own way s'pose...
#15
Gollywood
Draper tools are a quality brand....unless something has changed recently
Well it was autumn, now it's winter. Will that have made a difference?
#16
usually dispatched within 5 - 6 weeks ... just in time for Easter then!
#17
WOULD SAVE BUY ING AN EASTER EGG THEN ????
#18
THAT SHOULD SAY BUYING
#19
A pocket knife.....should come in handy Xmas day at the family table. Any switch blade deals about in case my brother in law turns up?
#20
what is the little flat tool with a hole inside of it? It's in the section with the phillips screw driver.
#21
This looks very similar to the one I got a 3 years ago and I was very pleased with it. I still use it on a regular basis, the main knife is very sharp. I got mine for £1.95, but would still recommend at £2.90. Tweezers are next to useless to be fair though.
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Gollywood
Draper tools are a quality brand....unless something has changed recently
Well it was autumn, now it's winter. Will that have made a difference?

Ha...Ha...

I call it the Sports Direct' effect. Great brands from yesteryear going bust & their name is bought for a pittance & cheaper, inferior goods made under licence using the same name. Just questioning whether that has happened to Draper.
#23
Gollywood
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Gollywood
Draper tools are a quality brand....unless something has changed recently
Well it was autumn, now it's winter. Will that have made a difference?

Ha...Ha...

I call it the Sports Direct' effect. Great brands from yesteryear going bust & their name is bought for a pittance & cheaper, inferior goods made under licence using the same name. Just questioning whether that has happened to Draper.
It'll depend what you buy. They buy in rather than manufacture, so just like M&S etc, some good, some bad.

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