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Erbauer Metal Cutting Discs 115mm Pack of 10 was £9.99 now £5.99 C+C @ Screwfix

£5.99 @ Screwfix
Pack of 10 discs, was £9.99, now £5.99 at Screwfix click and collect. Same price as the pack of 5 (handy link for more reviews on the same product) http://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-cutting-discs… Read More
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6m, 10h agoFound 6 months, 10 hours ago
Pack of 10 discs, was £9.99, now £5.99 at Screwfix click and collect.

Same price as the pack of 5 (handy link for more reviews on the same product)
http://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-cutting-discs-115-x-1-x-22-23mm-5-pack/76482

Extra narrow for fast, stainless steel cutting.

Cuts Metal
Aluminium Oxide
Fast Clean Cuts
Precision Discs
Long Lasting
Trade Quality
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Available from as little as £3.89 for 10 delivered on bay from uk suppliers with good general feedback.

Edited By: Anglebox on Jan 21, 2017 09:27
#2
How many GB are these?
#3
I work as a welder fabricator so use literally hundreds of cutting discs, my advice would be to buy online in bulk.

You can get a pack of 25 for about 7 quid.

If you want posh ones, dronco are very good.

Edited By: banterchicken on Jan 21, 2017 11:15
#4
having just bought welding helmet for son, links for discs would be appreciated
#5
cold they're 4k disks :D
#6
gazdoubleu
cold they're 4k disks :D
It looks like you are trying to be humorous, but I don't get it. Out of curiosity what does the 4k reference have to do with this?
#7
Much better value than spending £700 on a bike.
#8
If anyone could help I'd appreciate it - I've got some barrels and want to make a 'keggle' which is basically cutting the top out of a stainless steel beer barrel. How many of these discs would I need? And would they fit the angle grinders that come up in Lidl/Aldi for a tenner now and again?

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