Record No4 Smoothing plane £18.95 at Buck and Ryan - HotUKDeals
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Very good price for a useful plane - cheaper than the economy version!

The Record range of bench planes is manufactured to uncompromisingly high standards.
The planes feature tungsten vanadium cutter blade, accurately machined blade setting, full adjustments, selected hardwood handle and knob, cast iron base frog and lever cap, and traditional brass adjusting nut.

Smoothing Planes: The most frequently purchased plane used for final finishing work and ideal for general work.

Cutter Size. 2in.
Type. Smoothing. Length. 9. 3/4in.
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#1
Plus £5.95 P&P

Still cheaper than anywhere else. Record are a decent brand, I know they make the best benders you can get, what there planes are like no idea.
#2
No idea why people are voting this cold?! If anyone can find the same product cheaper then share it with the rest of us. Bear in mind that Record planes are professional and semi-pro pieces of woodworking equipment that will last a lifetime and not similar to the poorly cast and graded quality you'll find at B&Q, Focus, etc.
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themorgatron
Plus £5.95 P&PStill cheaper than anywhere else. Record are a decent brand, I know they make the best benders you can get, what there planes are like no idea.

There's a Pun in there somewhere.......oO
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themorgatron
Plus £5.95 P&P

Still cheaper than anywhere else. Record are a decent brand, I know they make the best benders you can get, what there planes are like no idea.

Sorry, forgot that, although there are a couple of branches in London you can visit (that's where mine came from)

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