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Raitool™ EST-11 7pcs Electronic Insulated Hand Screwdriver Tools Accessory Set £8.79 @ BangGood

£8.79 @ BangGood
As an electriican i go through screwdrivers for fun This might be a load of crap will let you know Code: Raitool to get it at this price Read More
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As an electriican i go through screwdrivers for fun

This might be a load of crap will let you know

Code: Raitool to get it at this price
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Hmm only 500v tested

Normally 1000v with these kind things I'd pay a bit more just for piece of mind , although they could be fine though.
1 Like #2
darksideby182
Hmm only 500v tested
Normally 1000v with these kind things I'd pay a bit more just for piece of mind , although they could be fine though.

If you knew half of the things electricians do this would be the last thing to worry about

Hint: most of us are too lazy to walk to the distribution board
#3
Well I regard myself a decent electrician you sound like somebody that twists all the earth's together to save on earth sleeving.

Edited By: darksideby182 on Mar 06, 2017 21:54
#4
darksideby182
Well I regard myself a decent electrician you sound like somebody that twists all the earth's together to save on earth sleeving.

20 years NICEIC approved contractor, business owner, JIB Gold Card

Probably forgot more than you know
#5
darksideby182
Hmm only 500v tested

Normally 1000v with these kind things I'd pay a bit more just for piece of mind , although they could be fine though.


When have you ever worked on 1000v? I've been an electrician 10 years and have never yet, it's not a normal everyday occurrence for 99% of us.
#6
gap30
darksideby182
Well I regard myself a decent electrician you sound like somebody that twists all the earth's together to save on earth sleeving.
20 years NICEIC approved contractor, business owner, JIB Gold Card
Probably forgot more than you know
Well done you're older than me and I've been in the trade 12 years ECS gold card holder. Working for a NIC company but do you twist all the earth's together to save on earth sleeving lol.
#7
darksideby182
gap30
darksideby182
Well I regard myself a decent electrician you sound like somebody that twists all the earth's together to save on earth sleeving.
20 years NICEIC approved contractor, business owner, JIB Gold Card
Probably forgot more than you know
Well done you're older than me and I've been in the trade 12 years ECS gold card holder. Working for a NIC company but do you twist all the earth's together to save on earth sleeving lol.

Carry on house bashing....
#8
MartynFX88
darksideby182
Hmm only 500v tested

Normally 1000v with these kind things I'd pay a bit more just for piece of mind , although they could be fine though.

When have you ever worked on 1000v? I've been an electrician 10 years and have never yet, it's not a normal everyday occurrence for 99% of us.

He works on 33kva
#9
MartynFX88
darksideby182
Hmm only 500v tested

Normally 1000v with these kind things I'd pay a bit more just for piece of mind , although they could be fine though.

When have you ever worked on 1000v? I've been an electrician 10 years and have never yet, it's not a normal everyday occurrence for 99% of us.
No I haven't but its called piece of mind and let's be honest they only time I'd work live is testing. It's to easy to isolate.
#10
gap30
darksideby182
gap30
darksideby182
Well I regard myself a decent electrician you sound like somebody that twists all the earth's together to save on earth sleeving.
20 years NICEIC approved contractor, business owner, JIB Gold Card
Probably forgot more than you know
Well done you're older than me and I've been in the trade 12 years ECS gold card holder. Working for a NIC company but do you twist all the earth's together to save on earth sleeving lol.
Carry on house bashing....
No thanks for the house bashing and the t+e monkey's leave that with the mud slingers.
#11
Personally I'd prefer a longer thinner shaft for most of them
1 Like #12
darksideby182
MartynFX88
darksideby182
Hmm only 500v tested

Normally 1000v with these kind things I'd pay a bit more just for piece of mind , although they could be fine though.

When have you ever worked on 1000v? I've been an electrician 10 years and have never yet, it's not a normal everyday occurrence for 99% of us.
No I haven't but its called piece of mind and let's be honest they only time I'd work live is testing. It's to easy to isolate.


The only time you work live is testing? You must have some long days waiting for the customer to let you switch off. When you install new circuits do you isolate the complete board before fitting the breaker?
#13
Dunno about this, I have no issues using cheap Chinese electronics but this could be life saving insulation. Besides these are on amazon for £8.99 with prime:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/MOHOO-Insulated-Electrician-Screwdriver-Insulation/dp/B01M9GEGQE/ref=sr_1_98?ie=UTF8&qid=1488881957&sr=8-98&keywords=VDE+Screwdriver+set
#14
MartynFX88
darksideby182
MartynFX88
darksideby182
Hmm only 500v tested
Normally 1000v with these kind things I'd pay a bit more just for piece of mind , although they could be fine though.
When have you ever worked on 1000v? I've been an electrician 10 years and have never yet, it's not a normal everyday occurrence for 99% of us.
No I haven't but its called piece of mind and let's be honest they only time I'd work live is testing. It's to easy to isolate.
The only time you work live is testing? You must have some long days waiting for the customer to let you switch off. When you install new circuits do you isolate the complete board before fitting the breaker?

Sorry i am going to have to shut down the school/doctors/mcdonalds etc because i dont work live

I used to work with a whopper like that, he lasted about 2 weeks and got laughed off site
#15
gap30
MartynFX88
darksideby182
MartynFX88
darksideby182
Hmm only 500v tested
Normally 1000v with these kind things I'd pay a bit more just for piece of mind , although they could be fine though.
When have you ever worked on 1000v? I've been an electrician 10 years and have never yet, it's not a normal everyday occurrence for 99% of us.
No I haven't but its called piece of mind and let's be honest they only time I'd work live is testing. It's to easy to isolate.
The only time you work live is testing? You must have some long days waiting for the customer to let you switch off. When you install new circuits do you isolate the complete board before fitting the breaker?
Sorry i am going to have to shut down the school/doctors/mcdonalds etc because i dont work live
I used to work with a whopper like that, he lasted about 2 weeks and got laughed off site

Would you work on live with this kit?
#16
tek-monkey
gap30
MartynFX88
darksideby182
MartynFX88
darksideby182
Hmm only 500v tested
Normally 1000v with these kind things I'd pay a bit more just for piece of mind , although they could be fine though.
When have you ever worked on 1000v? I've been an electrician 10 years and have never yet, it's not a normal everyday occurrence for 99% of us.
No I haven't but its called piece of mind and let's be honest they only time I'd work live is testing. It's to easy to isolate.
The only time you work live is testing? You must have some long days waiting for the customer to let you switch off. When you install new circuits do you isolate the complete board before fitting the breaker?
Sorry i am going to have to shut down the school/doctors/mcdonalds etc because i dont work live
I used to work with a whopper like that, he lasted about 2 weeks and got laughed off site
Would you work on live with this kit?

Probably maybe depends yes I would

Man found dead using Chinese screwdriver set on 12v proxy reader
#17
gap30
MartynFX88
darksideby182
MartynFX88
darksideby182
Hmm only 500v tested
Normally 1000v with these kind things I'd pay a bit more just for piece of mind , although they could be fine though.
When have you ever worked on 1000v? I've been an electrician 10 years and have never yet, it's not a normal everyday occurrence for 99% of us.
No I haven't but its called piece of mind and let's be honest they only time I'd work live is testing. It's to easy to isolate.
The only time you work live is testing? You must have some long days waiting for the customer to let you switch off. When you install new circuits do you isolate the complete board before fitting the breaker?
Sorry i am going to have to shut down the school/doctors/mcdonalds etc because i dont work live
I used to work with a whopper like that, he lasted about 2 weeks and got laughed off site
Worked for Hampshire, Surrey, West berks county councils all major works done after school hours/half term explain to the client whats going on and its pretty straight forward other than the live testing side.
Be funny the day it all goes wrong and the RAMS you have signed **** you over.
#18
darksideby182
gap30
MartynFX88
darksideby182
MartynFX88
darksideby182
Hmm only 500v tested
Normally 1000v with these kind things I'd pay a bit more just for piece of mind , although they could be fine though.
When have you ever worked on 1000v? I've been an electrician 10 years and have never yet, it's not a normal everyday occurrence for 99% of us.
No I haven't but its called piece of mind and let's be honest they only time I'd work live is testing. It's to easy to isolate.
The only time you work live is testing? You must have some long days waiting for the customer to let you switch off. When you install new circuits do you isolate the complete board before fitting the breaker?
Sorry i am going to have to shut down the school/doctors/mcdonalds etc because i dont work live
I used to work with a whopper like that, he lasted about 2 weeks and got laughed off site
Worked for Hampshire, Surrey, West berks county councils all major works done after school hours/half term explain to the client whats going on and its pretty straight forward other than the live testing side.
Be funny the day it all goes wrong and the RAMS you have signed **** you over.

What about reactive maintenance ie the ovens aint working and 300 kids need feeding

Just admit it your a fkn tool
#19
gap30
darksideby182
gap30
MartynFX88
darksideby182
MartynFX88
darksideby182
Hmm only 500v tested
Normally 1000v with these kind things I'd pay a bit more just for piece of mind , although they could be fine though.
When have you ever worked on 1000v? I've been an electrician 10 years and have never yet, it's not a normal everyday occurrence for 99% of us.
No I haven't but its called piece of mind and let's be honest they only time I'd work live is testing. It's to easy to isolate.
The only time you work live is testing? You must have some long days waiting for the customer to let you switch off. When you install new circuits do you isolate the complete board before fitting the breaker?
Sorry i am going to have to shut down the school/doctors/mcdonalds etc because i dont work live
I used to work with a whopper like that, he lasted about 2 weeks and got laughed off site
Worked for Hampshire, Surrey, West berks county councils all major works done after school hours/half term explain to the client whats going on and its pretty straight forward other than the live testing side.
Be funny the day it all goes wrong and the RAMS you have signed **** you over.
What about reactive maintenance ie the ovens aint working and 300 kids need feeding
Just admit it your a fkn tool

Its called an isolator , why would you need to work on an oven live (other than checking for voltage on the safety circuits etc) hardly gonna swap out parts on it and if its an issue with the supply circuit you hardly gonna be doing that live are you (other than tighening terminals).

Nothing wrong with doing it the right way
#20
darksideby182
gap30
darksideby182
gap30
MartynFX88
darksideby182
MartynFX88
darksideby182
Hmm only 500v tested
Normally 1000v with these kind things I'd pay a bit more just for piece of mind , although they could be fine though.
When have you ever worked on 1000v? I've been an electrician 10 years and have never yet, it's not a normal everyday occurrence for 99% of us.
No I haven't but its called piece of mind and let's be honest they only time I'd work live is testing. It's to easy to isolate.
The only time you work live is testing? You must have some long days waiting for the customer to let you switch off. When you install new circuits do you isolate the complete board before fitting the breaker?
Sorry i am going to have to shut down the school/doctors/mcdonalds etc because i dont work live
I used to work with a whopper like that, he lasted about 2 weeks and got laughed off site
Worked for Hampshire, Surrey, West berks county councils all major works done after school hours/half term explain to the client whats going on and its pretty straight forward other than the live testing side.
Be funny the day it all goes wrong and the RAMS you have signed **** you over.
What about reactive maintenance ie the ovens aint working and 300 kids need feeding
Just admit it your a fkn tool
Its called an isolator , why would you need to work on an oven live (other than checking for voltage on the safety circuits etc) hardly gonna swap out parts on it and if its an issue with the supply circuit you hardly gonna be doing that live are you (other than tighening terminals).
Nothing wrong with doing it the right way

Are you Tony Cable?
#21
No lol

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