Ryobi 50 Pce Screw & Nut Driving Set - RTC0050B £10.99 @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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Found this in B&Q - seemed cheap to me for a quality set - best price i can find online is £22.99. Not sure if local/nationwide but it scanned as 10.99 at the till. Great Price for a quality set.

Ryobi 50 Pce Screw & Nut Driving Set - RTC0050B

Grip case included as standard

50mm Driver Bits
Slotted 3 in 3 sizes 4-6mm
Phillips 3 in 3 sizes ph1/ph2/ph3
25mm Driver Bits
Slotted 5 in 5 sizes 3-7mm
Phillips 4 in 3 sizes ph1/ph2/ph3
Pozi 4 in 3 sizes pz1/pz2/pz3
Hex 4 in 4 sizes 3-6
Torque 6-in 6 T15-40
Double Eneded Bits
SL4/PH1 x 1
SL5/PH2 x 1
SL6/PH3 x 1
PZ1/PZ2 x 1
HEX3/HEX4 x 1
HEX5/HEX6 x 1
1/4" Socket Adaptor
Wood Countersink
Nut Drivers 8 in 8 sizes 5-13mm
80mm Stubby Screwdriver Guide
75mm Hex Holder
Hss Pilot Drill Bit 3 in 3 sizes 2-4mm

As seen on ryobi site: http://www.ryobi-direct.com/acatalog/50pce_ScrewNut_Driver_Set_RTC0050B.html

don't forget to reserve online via quidco for £2 off!
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#1
and wouldn't you be able to use the "October" discount card as well ??
#3
Cheap, poor quality but REALLY handy. Hot.
#4
thought Ryobi is decent (not top notch) and better than those supermarket ones for chips...
banned#5
petermerritt
Cheap, poor quality but REALLY handy. Hot.


They are not poor quality, they are good for what they are designed for and thats light use for now and then around the house or what not. If you want tools for trade then you dont buy these.
#6
All these types of tools are poor quality, Rolson, etc etc no question about it ... you have to be careful with them or they break ... the drill bits are notorious for being brittle and snapping.

I still buy them over others though... can't see the point in spending 10 times more when I only use them once in a while.
banned#7
petermerritt
All these types of tools are poor quality, Rolson, etc etc no question about it ... you have to be careful with them or they break ... the drill bits are notorious for being brittle and snapping.

I still buy them over others though... can't see the point in spending 10 times more when I only use them once in a while.


What would you say is a good brand ?
#8
petermerritt
All these types of tools are poor quality, Rolson, etc etc no question about it ... you have to be careful with them or they break ... the drill bits are notorious for being brittle and snapping.

I still buy them over others though... can't see the point in spending 10 times more when I only use them once in a while.



i CALL BS

ryobi is very good quality for money . 1000000% better than rolson.

i use a ryobi drill and driver set almost evry day in work gets a hammering and the stuff does break but only after 3-4 months of constant use. i stil onthe same drill and 10mm bit after a year....
#9
Go through Quidco , £2 reserve & collect cashback

£8.98

Ryobi are great quality items , badge snobs yet again .
#10
Tallyho
Go through Quidco , £2 reserve & collect cashback

£8.98

Ryobi are great quality items , badge snobs yet again .




10 Oct 2009 11:55:58 B&Q 8.51 2.00 tracked ~ Dec 2009

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#12
This may seem stupid to most but do you need a Ryobi drill for this?
#13
5starslfc
This may seem stupid to most but do you need a Ryobi drill for this?


1. Yes
2. No

:thumbsup:
#14
toonarmani
1. Yes
2. No

:thumbsup:


No need to be a tool about it :oops:
#15
Can't comment on the quality, but for under £11 looks like a nifty set - certainly not to be sniffed at. Make a good stocking filler:stocking: Voted hot:thumbsup:
#16
5starslfc;6706047
This may seem stupid to most but do you need a Ryobi drill for this?


toonarmani;6706207

1. Yes
2. No

:thumbsup:


5starslfc;6706337
No need to be a tool about it :oops:

Can't comment on this deal but the comedy is class. :-D
#17
anglo
Can't comment on this deal but the comedy is class. :-D


lol was thinking exactly same thing.... alhtough im thinking of getting this, could use it for my pc and other electrical equipment now and again :) hot from me
#18
reserved one and heat added :)
#19
LnDCobra
could use it for my pc and other electrical equipment now and again :) hot from me


Bear in mind though that its bits (and not separate drivers) so a lot of the time with recessed, awkwardly sited etc. fastenings you will find that you can't get access - still bits do have their uses and are worth having around, won't cover you in all circumstances though :)
#20
The only tools better than these, are the posters who are saying that these are poor quality.

:thinking:
#21
BodZorg
Bear in mind though that its bits (and not separate drivers) so a lot of the time with recessed, awkwardly sited etc. fastenings you will find that you can't get access - still bits do have their uses and are worth having around, won't cover you in all circumstances though :)


Bear in mind you get kit for working on electrical stuff :roll:
#22
cheers

picked it up last night, they look quality and feel quality
#23
Picked up today with the drill - don't forget to reserve online via quidco for £2 off!

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