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Powerfix 32 Piece Screwdriver Set @ Lidl - £6.99.

£6.99 @ LIDL
Just spotted this on a Lidl online leaflet although this came in store last Sunday (3rd Sept) i believe. From what people have said about these Powerfix tools they are supposedly pretty decent quality… Read More
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Just spotted this on a Lidl online leaflet although this came in store last Sunday (3rd Sept) i believe. From what people have said about these Powerfix tools they are supposedly pretty decent quality. Thinking of buying these myself so any comments would be gratefully received. I thought they might be worth a go for £6.99. Online description below.
32 piece set
Made from high-quality chrome-vanadium and S2 steel
Includes 4 cross-tip screwdrivers, 3 slot screwdrivers, 6 precision screwdrivers, 17 bits and 1 magnetic drive handle.
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2 Likes #1
Mm.
#2
Not very good quality. They don't have insulated shafts so definitely no good for electrical work. OK for non electrical we jobs about the house.
#3
Good kit for the price. Used around the house and car.
3 Likes #4
disagree on the quality - had mine for about 3 years now, and been used fairly regularly on jobs around the house and all still in excellent condition. well worth £7.
#5
disagree on the quality - had mine for about 3 years now, and been used fairly regularly on jobs around the house and all still in excellent condition. well worth £7.
3 Likes #6
Quality is great.better than over priced Bahco which are made it Taiwan anyhow.
8 Likes #7
I have to say I have had lidl screwdrivers for years and find them great value for money . As for the insulated shafts business , I never quite understood what this is all about . I never undertake any electrical work without switching the power off in the first place . Never been electrocuted yet . This is quite a topic of debate in our family
2 Likes #8
good find op, heat added
1 Like #9
themachman
Quality is great.better than over priced Bahco which are made it Taiwan anyhow.

I got the Bahco toolkit on the Homebase offer and think the quality is really good.
1 Like #10
I've had a set for a few years for doing car servicing and the odd bit of DIY. Nothing has broken, they feel pretty good quality, handle grips are pretty solid feeling, don't feel cheap at all. Though the Philips heads have worn slightly on a couple.

These aren't tools up to being used day in day out, and they aren't tools for life but they're only £6.99
4 Likes #11
Great for screwing and heat added for the price :3
2 Likes #12
I love me an insulated shaft, I do...
1 Like #13
psychobitchfromhell
As for the insulated shafts business , I never quite understood what this is all about . I never undertake any electrical work without switching the power off in the first place.

It's not unknown to work live, (in which case insulated shafts are really rather handy) but I wouldn't expect the average live worker to be buying their tools from Lidl. But working live doesn't only apply to mains voltage, if you were working on a car without the battery disconnected you're potentially still working live. The insulated shaft can protect against short circuits so will provide protection for what you're working on, not just you.
#14
robertoegg
I love me an insulated shaft, I do...


As do I..................... as do I
1 Like #15
HerWorseHalf
psychobitchfromhell
As for the insulated shafts business , I never quite understood what this is all about . I never undertake any electrical work without switching the power off in the first place.

It's not unknown to work live, (in which case insulated shafts are really rather handy) but I wouldn't expect the average live worker to be buying their tools from Lidl. But working live doesn't only apply to mains voltage, if you were working on a car without the battery disconnected you're potentially still working live. The insulated shaft can protect against short circuits so will provide protection for what you're working on, not just you.


Lectric ent got the bottle to lectricute me. Even if it tried to, I'd just leather it as I'm so hard. Ent no one got no time for no punk ass lectric kid
#16
HerWorseHalf
psychobitchfromhell
As for the insulated shafts business , I never quite understood what this is all about . I never undertake any electrical work without switching the power off in the first place.
It's not unknown to work live, (in which case insulated shafts are really rather handy) but I wouldn't expect the average live worker to be buying their tools from Lidl. But working live doesn't only apply to mains voltage, if you were working on a car without the battery disconnected you're potentially still working live. The insulated shaft can protect against short circuits so will provide protection for what you're working on, not just you.
I only open the bonnet of the car to fill up the washer bottle and if there was anything involving working live indoors I'd be getting a sparky in . Thanks for that but I still reckon my brother in law won't believe us
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LordJesusofNazareth
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psychobitchfromhell
As for the insulated shafts business , I never quite understood what this is all about . I never undertake any electrical work without switching the power off in the first place.

It's not unknown to work live, (in which case insulated shafts are really rather handy) but I wouldn't expect the average live worker to be buying their tools from Lidl. But working live doesn't only apply to mains voltage, if you were working on a car without the battery disconnected you're potentially still working live. The insulated shaft can protect against short circuits so will provide protection for what you're working on, not just you.

Lectric ent got the bottle to lectricute me. Even if it tried to, I'd just leather it as I'm so hard. Ent no one got no time for no punk ass lectric kid
So many replies spring to mind based around your user name but I'll desist
#18
psychobitchfromhell
LordJesusofNazareth
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psychobitchfromhell
As for the insulated shafts business , I never quite understood what this is all about . I never undertake any electrical work without switching the power off in the first place.

It's not unknown to work live, (in which case insulated shafts are really rather handy) but I wouldn't expect the average live worker to be buying their tools from Lidl. But working live doesn't only apply to mains voltage, if you were working on a car without the battery disconnected you're potentially still working live. The insulated shaft can protect against short circuits so will provide protection for what you're working on, not just you.

Lectric ent got the bottle to lectricute me. Even if it tried to, I'd just leather it as I'm so hard. Ent no one got no time for no punk ass lectric kid
So many replies spring to mind based around your user name but I'll desist


Used to call my ex wife the same as your user name. Actually still do!
#19
Are these good for fixings swings to walls and constructing dungeons?
#20
psychobitchfromhell
LordJesusofNazareth
HerWorseHalf
psychobitchfromhell
As for the insulated shafts business , I never quite understood what this is all about . I never undertake any electrical work without switching the power off in the first place.

It's not unknown to work live, (in which case insulated shafts are really rather handy) but I wouldn't expect the average live worker to be buying their tools from Lidl. But working live doesn't only apply to mains voltage, if you were working on a car without the battery disconnected you're potentially still working live. The insulated shaft can protect against short circuits so will provide protection for what you're working on, not just you.

Lectric ent got the bottle to lectricute me. Even if it tried to, I'd just leather it as I'm so hard. Ent no one got no time for no punk ass lectric kid
So many replies spring to mind based around your user name but I'll desist


Refuse, resist, but never, ever desist. All replies is welcome

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