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Draper WorkBench £10.00 instore and online at Asda

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
went into my local Asda and seen thay had back instock the Draper workbench for £10 i know it was £7 before but that finished and this seems a good price still at £10, RRP is ment to be £42.95 on drapers site but it says instore Asda its down from £20.. i got one and they are good for light use, handy for small jobs.. its also online at Asda for £10 but im guess there maybe delivery charge for that... they are instock in Penryn Cornwall..
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Just seen delivery is from £4.95 so best if your store has them instock i'd say :)
if you have it delivered to store they chage you 4.95,oO Tesco dont charge for store collection.
Was the same price last year, so taking into account inflation is @4%, a supper saving. Wish I'd waited now???
Screwfix used to do these for under a tenner, but they're much more expensive there today...
if you have it delivered to store they chage you 4.95,oO Tesco dont charge for store collection.

Maybe Tesco don't charge for store collection,but this deal is for Asda,who do.
These any good ?
Seems a bit flimsy.
Seen these at leicester the other day too, so nationwide!!
there not that strong they are ok for cutting a bit of moulding ect and resting your tin a paint on and thats it, its made of mdf not ply i saw a chap at work stand on top to reach something and he went right though it.
As above - they are cheap, but useable for smaller things. I was quite happy using mine to cut up some decking etc.
Got one last year. They are a little flimsy. As above really. worth a tenner tho just.
Got one.. very good value for money..
A good thing to have around and at this price you can't really go wrong. As many DIY places sell similar models at similar prices (B&Q, Focus etc) there is no way Drapper can sell this for £42.95

Edited By: ZerocoolJ on Apr 15, 2011 11:09
I've had one just like this for years. Was £10 from B&Q. They're fine, the plastic clamps break in no time but the actual structure is very strong.

Toolstation do one very similar for £12 delivered here:

Golaboots888 is correct. These are available to most DIY stores with their logo on it. I've had two. Both did a good job with basic tasks (cutting laminate flooring in my case). I've also cut a loft hatch and moldings on mine. On reason I replaced the first is the top went moldy in the shed. Would be fine for 90% of diyers.
Saw these in ASDA the other day at a tenner and said to myself 'I'll have one of those scamps'.......went in today and saw them at £7 so I said to myself 'I'll have half a dozen of those scamps for the car-boot'.

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