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Forge Steel Screwdriver Set 75 Pieces - Half price was £48.93 now at £24.46 @ Screwfix

£24.46 @ Screwfix
BARGAIN FOR A PROFESSIONAL SET OF SCREWDRIVERS! Delivery is £5 or free if your Screwfix order is over £50 Voucher code if you are going to spend over £50 5% on Orders Over £50 Code valid unt… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
BARGAIN FOR A PROFESSIONAL SET OF SCREWDRIVERS!

Delivery is £5 or free if your Screwfix order is over £50

Voucher code if you are going to spend over £50
5% on Orders Over £50
Code valid until Midday Monday 9th March 2009.
Voucher Code: FEB5%

75 piece set. Hardened CR-V blade for maximum strength and tri-tubular handle for extra grip. Includes most popular sizes for different jobs and 48pc bits in compact storage case. Supplied with a tough plastic tool box.
Chrome Vanadium Steel
Tri-Tubular Soft-Grip Handles
Tough Storage Case
8 x slotted: 3 x 75, 5 x 75, 4 x 100, 5 x 100, 6 x 100, 6 x 125, 8 x 150, 6 x 38mm; 6 x Pozi: #0 x 75, #1 x 75, #1 x 100, #2 x 100, #3 x 150, #2 x 38mm; 6 x Phillips: #0 x 75, #1 x 75, #1 x 100, #2 x 100, #3 x 150, #2 x 38mm; 5 x Torx: T10 x 100, T15 x 100, T20 x 100, T25 x 100, T30 x 100mm; 1 x ratchet bit driver; 1 x flexible extension bar; 48 x 25mm (L) bits.
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
I wish people / companies would stop branding poor quality tools as 'professional'
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bellamy_47
I wish people / companies would stop branding poor quality tools as 'professional'


Ignore Mr Grumpy!!

Despite being unbranded ( Forge Steel is Screwfix's own label ) these are actually good quality tools and should not be confused with other cheap sets frequently posted here. As to whether they are good enough for professional use, yes, absolutely, they are. How long they last does, of course, depend on how the 'professional' treats them.

In short, this is a good value set of screwdrivers.
#3
parpster
Ignore Mr Grumpy!!

Despite being unbranded ( Forge Steel is Screwfix's own label ) these are actually good quality tools and should not be confused with other cheap sets frequently posted here. As to whether they are good enough for professional use, yes, absolutely, they are. How long they last does, of course, depend on how the 'professional' treats them.

In short, this is a good value set of screwdrivers.

Thanks to parpster. There do seem to be a lot of cynics on this site, as well as the good guys!
It would be helpful if critical comments were received from people who either know of or already have used products, rather than just criticising whithout a knowledge base.
These are good value for the money.
#4
ggibson
Thanks to parpster. There do seem to be a lot of cynics on this site, as well as the good guys!
It would be helpful if critical comments were received from people who either know of or already have used products, rather than just criticising whithout a knowledge base.
These are good value for the money.


parpster
Ignore Mr Grumpy!!

Despite being unbranded ( Forge Steel is Screwfix's own label ) these are actually good quality tools and should not be confused with other cheap sets frequently posted here. As to whether they are good enough for professional use, yes, absolutely, they are. How long they last does, of course, depend on how the 'professional' treats them.

In short, this is a good value set of screwdrivers.


bellamy_47
I wish people / companies would stop branding poor quality tools as 'professional'


A bad workman always blames his tools! :p
#5
bellamy_47
I wish people / companies would stop branding poor quality tools as 'professional'




agree , these are not professional quality tools , ok for diy


heat added tho :thumbsup:
#6
owlass
agree , these are not professional quality tools , ok for diy


heat added tho :thumbsup:

I'm an electrician by trade, THESE ARE PROFESSIONAL QUALITY.
I reiterate my previous comments. I don't think I'll bother posting again. Too many people commenting negatively without knowledge.
#7
ggibson
I'm an electrician by trade, THESE ARE PROFESSIONAL QUALITY.
I reiterate my previous comments. I don't think I'll bother posting again. Too many people commenting negatively without knowledge.



All because you call them professional quality doesn't mean they are ,
even screwfix don't claim that.

I was a mechanic and now a builder so i think that's knowledge enough to have an opinion :roll:

....and the electricians i know use vde drivers :thinking:
#8
using vde - thats nice for them! Colleagues of mine use a variety of brands, depends on which you personally favour.
#9
ggibson
using vde - thats nice for them! Colleagues of mine use a variety of brands, depends on which you personally favour.




vde isn't a brand , thought ya would know that :whistling:
#10
ggibson
I'm an electrician by trade, THESE ARE PROFESSIONAL QUALITY.
I reiterate my previous comments. I don't think I'll bother posting again. Too many people commenting negatively without knowledge.




you've gone quiet , hope ya haven't electrocuted yourself :roll:
#11
owlass
you've gone quiet , hope ya haven't electrocuted yourself :roll:

Not quiet, just have things to do. Thanks for asking - no I haven't electrocuted myself. Very kind to take an interest in my wellbeing. Though knowing my tools and using quality equipment, being NICEIC certified andwith the addition of part p that I minimise the risk of such things occuring.
Just to clarify things for you. There was no mention of VDE as a brand. I personally use Bahco VDE drivers, but amazingly find a use for standard, quality drivers also, such as Forge Steel. You do not really need to spend a fortune on a set of snap ons, when you can find perfectly good quality cheaper. Hence recommending on stuff I know.

Hope you keep well
g.gibson

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