Hammer Drill + Pendulum Jigsaw + 1/3 Sheet Sander = £24.99 for the lot at B&Q - HotUKDeals
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Look this isn't Bosch, Metabo, De Walt or whoever else, but this will probably cover more than 99% of the jobs that most folk will do round the home.

To be honest all of these have a decent bit weight behind them and are pretty well made. The sander and jig were solidly built and the drill looked in decent order, with a good keyless chuck etc..

They retail individually for around £20 each and if you know anyone who's just bought their first hoose, this is a very good price for a more than decent starter set.

Instore only, but you can reserve. My local B&Q's at Scotswood and Wallsend had plenty at time of posting and there seemed plenty around the uk when I had a search through.

£2.00 cashback is now paid for reserve & collect through Quidco.
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#1
Decent quality and great price, heat added
#2
Great deal for the money. Well spotted, some have heat and rep.
#3
I bought this jigsaw to replace a Bosch one that failed after years of hard work! Good piece of kit for the average DIYer.
#4
These are solid and do easy/small projects easily!

Wish they had this a couple of months ago, I brough the Performance 1KW two-gear Power Drill for ~£34 instead. Really powerful, with variable speed but bloody heavy given the impact power it can produce plus has the best keyless chuck I have ever used. The chuck on this deal looks similar, so :thumbup:

Great deal
#5
excellent price for that little lot :thumbsup:

shame ive got all these, otherwise it'll be a trip to B&Q tommorrow.
#6
think im going to pick them up as always come in useful.
banned#7
got all these but always handy to have a spare
#8
This might be a bit cheeky, but can anyone check if there is a set in Livingston, Scotland.
I want to pick one up this afternoon but out work internet block B&Q website!!
banned#9
gribbler
This might be a bit cheeky, but can anyone check if there is a set in Livingston, Scotland.
I want to pick one up this afternoon but out work internet block B&Q website!!


yeah in stock mate and doesnt say low stock so you will be fine:thumbsup:
#10
Thanks Daz!!
#11
Reserve & collect pays £2.00 through Quidco. :thumbsup:
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#13
from quidco...

3.5% for the basket value of every Reserve & Collect item
#14
athunder
from quidco...

3.5% for the basket value of every Reserve & Collect item


Also from Quidco...
B&Q calculate earnings are paid on the total excluding VAT and delivery.
£2 cashback is now paid for a Reserve and Collect order, per basket not per item.
Sales made through Nextday.diy.com will be paid at 3%.

:thumbsup:
#15
I used one of these sanders to do 6 doors and all the skirting in my house and it never let me down, superb bit of kit and at that price cannot fault it. A B&D sander shook itself apart after 2 days.
#16
Every home needs a drill and a jigsaw. If you are only going to put up the odd shelf then this will be fine. Cheap mains powered kit will normally do the job, it just doesn't last if used regularly or roughly.

If you are going to use them every weekend, professionally, or want cordless, then Ryobi kit is the cheapest of sufficient quality. I would also recommend Makita, Trend and Dewalt to anyone.

Really people should go to their local tool shop, discuss the intended usage and allow an expert to recommend them a product to suit their budget. The second they point you towards Black and Decker remember to walk out the door and find a real tool shop. It will probably cost you more than these disposables though :whistling:
#17
just resirved one pick up thursday
kay
#18
none available in my local
#19
I have the router from the same range - good bit of kit for the money.
#20
great find, dad's christmas sorted!
#21
Reserved - ideal for the work I'm doing in my first house.

Excellent spot, heat added.
#22
brill bargain, less than a tenna for each power tool! ordered one for collection, voted hot! thanks.
#23
sibeer
Every home needs a drill and a jigsaw. If you are only going to put up the odd shelf then this will be fine. Cheap mains powered kit will normally do the job, it just doesn't last if used regularly or roughly.

If you are going to use them every weekend, professionally, or want cordless, then Ryobi kit is the cheapest of sufficient quality. I would also recommend Makita, Trend and Dewalt to anyone.

Really people should go to their local tool shop, discuss the intended usage and allow an expert to recommend them a product to suit their budget. The second they point you towards Black and Decker remember to walk out the door and find a real tool shop. It will probably cost you more than these disposables though :whistling:


i would like to remind u that dewalt is owned and made by black and decker,dewalt are crap.

want to spend good money,makita ,middle macallister(made by ryobi for B&Q exclusive),ryobi and the performance power is alot lot better than most cheap brands,with 2 years warranty and the very good retrns polciy thsi company has,it aint no issue.

but as u say if u polan on using these all day every day,then get a better make,every weekend u be fine.
#24
sibeer
Every home needs a drill and a jigsaw. If you are only going to put up the odd shelf then this will be fine. Cheap mains powered kit will normally do the job, it just doesn't last if used regularly or roughly.


Out of interest, and please excuse my ignorance, what do you generally use a jigsaw for around the house?? I only ever saw a need when getting the kitchen installed!
#25
shelves,fixing guttering,shorting poles and such,loads of things i have used them for
#26
Reserved, called by store to say no stock. reserved at another store, called to say no stock.
Their ordering online system is useless.
Great deal if you can get it :)

HOT HOT HOT !
#27
ramiuk1
i would like to remind u that dewalt is owned and made by black and decker,dewalt are crap.

want to spend good money,makita ,middle macallister(made by ryobi for B&Q exclusive),ryobi and the performance power is alot lot better than most cheap brands,with 2 years warranty and the very good retrns polciy thsi company has,it aint no issue.

but as u say if u polan on using these all day every day,then get a better make,every weekend u be fine.


The Dewalt kit and the Black and Decker carp are two completely different production lines. They are owned by the same group but it ain't the same product or support by a massive margin. All I can judge them by is personal experience and the returns rate at the Tool Shops and Builders Merchants in our group, from that they are good kit.

Performance Power is made by whoever puts in the cheapest bid for the spec B&Q issue. I thought the Macallister range was the same to be honest, just with a higher spec demanded by B&Q at the outset. It is definitely not quite built to the usual Ryobi standard if they are the sole contractor. Just typing either brand into Google suggests the only redeeming factor on both is the warranty combined with B&Q's disposable return policy. As such they are both fine if you don't plan on using much or go past B&Q regularly to play swapsies ;-)
#28
Good deal, I'm not a fan of cheap power tools as I rely on trade so Makita tools are my preference. However with 2 years warranty for these, you can easily abuse them for that long and if they break get them replaced.
#29
This is not availble on-line now?

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