Rolson 59222 Spectacle Repair Kit 90p (add on) @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Rolson 59222 Spectacle Repair Kit 90p (add on) @ Amazon

£0.90 @ Amazon
this is an add on item so will not appeal to everyone £0.90 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20 Quality screwdriver Reversable ends, slot and cross point heads, and nut driver … Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
this is an add on item so will not appeal to everyone
£0.90 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20
Quality screwdriver
Reversable ends, slot and cross point heads, and nut driver
This handy kit comes complete with 4 piece nose pads, 4 piece side screws and 4 piece nose screws
Screwdriver attached to handy key ring
Double ended screwdriver crosspoint and slot supplied on key ring and in small resalable container
mmachine Avatar
6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
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#1
i was looking at the reviews the other day, its cheap BUT, a few reviews state screw drivers sinks in to handle very easy, so not much use if thats the case.
#2
I bought an identical looking item on Ebay.

It was useful for putting the screw in but you are unable to nip them tight. It gets to a point where the handle twists but the actual screwdriver bit doesn't.

As I say though mine was from Ebay so could be a different make but it's identical to this one.
#3
sola35
i was looking at the reviews the other day, its cheap BUT, a few reviews state screw drivers sinks in to handle very easy, so not much use if thats the case.

I've got one, I used it the other day to take the back of my watch off to replace the battery. Phillips point sunk into handle.
Still, at 90p plus a quid for a tray of batteries from the pound shop, it was still cheaper than the jewellers charging about thirty quid.
#4
Got one of those screwdrivers in a Christmas cracker last year :-)
#5
I have had all sorts of Rolson tools from auctions and all i can say is they are utterly useless pointless time wasting and money wasting tools...

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