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Draper Expert VDE Fully Insulated Screwdrivers £1.75 - £2.30 @ Toolstation

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Draper Expert VDE Fully Insulated Screwdrivers individually priced good quality electricians tools. Manufactured and individually certified to EN60900:2004. Tested to 10kV, suitable for working on …
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7y, 1w agoFound 7 years, 1 week ago
Draper Expert VDE Fully Insulated Screwdrivers individually priced good quality electricians tools.
Manufactured and individually certified to EN60900:2004.
Tested to 10kV, suitable for working on live circuits of 1kV AC and 1.5kV DC
Chrome vanadium steel blades hardened, tempered and chemically blacked.
Fully insulated ergonomic soft grip handle with deep set blade sheath for total safety.

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#1
They are ok as such. the grip is not too bad but does wear out and the steel can be brittle.
For someone starting out in electrics they are good enough for your first tools though.
Personally I use Bahco.
#2
draper expert and knipex are the same company, i also use bahco but the new range of c.k. drivers are probably.
#3
awarner
They are ok as such. the grip is not too bad but does wear out and the steel can be brittle.
For someone starting out in electrics they are good enough for your first tools though.
Personally I use Bahco.


me too, but you wont get anything made my bahco for this money!
#4
craigstephens;8163133
me too, but you wont get anything made my bahco for this money!

But not TOO different.

How about £3.00 each from here (Plus del)

http://www.pvrdirect.co.uk/netalogue/photos/toolbank/BAH8066.jpg
#5
I agree Bahco are a good make and so is CK and many others, but for the price of these and they can be individually bought to replace the "missing" drivers we all get with apprentices and alike,I think their good value.
If your going to compare Bahco at least have a similar product these are not even VDE,
Try this link if you want a 5 piece set of Bahco. £14.67 + £2.50 P&P
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bahco-820-Vde-Screwdriver-Set/dp/B000297RKA/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=diy&qid=1269169758&sr=8-3
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41d1clOHA7L._SL500_AA280_.jpg
Or if you prefer Irazola made by Bahco 7 Piece set £28.75
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Irazola-Electricians-1000V-VDE-Screwdriver/dp/B002C2QP2G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=diy&qid=1269170981&sr=8-1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41rWTrQeMiL._SS500_.jpg

But try and buy these individually for a decent price to replace any missing drivers .
#6
I had a pair of Bahco side cutters, cost £50, guy at work said 'wow, you'll never need another set of snips in your life'. Then HE lost them!

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