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DeWalt DEWALT DW341K-LX 550W JIGSAW 110V £59.99 (Free C&C) @ Screwfix

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If you want a 110v jigsaw then this is a good price. 110v tools are used in the building trade and need a transformer to power. EDIT: Was in stock but after posting it's gone, no idea why as it was a… Read More
If you want a 110v jigsaw then this is a good price. 110v tools are used in the building trade and need a transformer to power. EDIT: Was in stock but after posting it's gone, no idea why as it was a…
woodey12 Avatar2d, 1h agoFound 2 days, 1 hour ago2 Comments
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Hot! 8)
Still available!
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BOSCH LBAG+ TOOL BAG 25" WAS £29.99 NOW £6.49 @ Screwfix

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Looks like a cracking deal to me and in stock at my local branch, might not be at everyone's local branch as it looks like a discontinued product? Hope someone 'bags' a bargain Read More
Looks like a cracking deal to me and in stock at my local branch, might not be at everyone's local branch as it looks like a discontinued product? Hope someone 'bags' a bargain
Toothpaste Avatar2d, 10h agoFound 2 days, 10 hours ago14 Comments
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Very convenient of you not to say where your local branch is :|
I love people like you... it really 'adds' to the positive culture on here... it was Nottingham but they don't have any more left

Cheers, you're welcome.

Why be so vague and then defensive when someone questions it? Even now you haven't disclosed which one of the three Nottingham branches. :|



You've not posted a deal in 4 years... why waste my breath haha (_;)
Like everyone says ...OOS, oh well
Tough audience TP. Worth a try tho. :)
ehhh oos
I got one of these a few months back for the same price.
Absolute bargain .
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LAP 13A 2G SP SWITCHED SOCKET + 3.1A 2G USB CHARGER WHITE@ Screwfix 2 for £14.00 (Free C&C)

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was in screwfix today and saw this offer in the catalogue.Checked the website and it's valid till 04.06.2017 glad I found it as I just bought one off wickes but will be returning you have to bu… Read More
was in screwfix today and saw this offer in the catalogue.Checked the website and it's valid till 04.06.2017 glad I found it as I just bought one off wickes but will be returning you have to bu…
mahmouddiaa Avatar3d, 1h agoFound 3 days, 1 hour ago15 Comments
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kiish
Buy 2 for £14 Promo Ends 04/06/2017
Are these easy to swap in new build homes? Just quick swap or needs new holes etc?

Standard fitment, straight swap, at worst you may need a paint touch up around the socket but doubt it very much.
They say 'fits a 25mm backbox' which is about as small as backboxes go. I would never use a 25mm backbox with any half decent socket.
Personally, I don't think they're a good idea anyway

Edited By: jasee on Apr 24, 2017 18:52
dereklogan7
Link goes to price £12.99 for 1? oO


Probably best you get someone to buy them for you
alunmorris
The 3.1A is shared between the 2 USBs. What happens if you plug in a tablet and an iPhone and both try to draw 2A+ each?
Still, better than most of this type.
They can try :)
But they can't, so they'll share it
kiish
Buy 2 for £14 Promo Ends 04/06/2017
Are these easy to swap in new build homes? Just quick swap or needs new holes etc?


Standard fitment, straight swap, at worst you may need a paint touch up around the socket but doubt it very much.
clay
you can also get these from Argos.http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5586220

It's 2.1A for USB ports which is kinda slow for modern tech. 3.1 is a must really.
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HARRIS THE REALLY BIG BOX SET PAINT ROLLERS 18 PIECE SET 18 PCS £19.99 @ screwfix

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£19.99 @ Screwfix
A good price for what you get. PRODUCT CONTENTS 2 x 9" paint trays, 1 x 9" disposable tray insert, 1 x extendable pole (up to 33"), 3 x soft-grip roller frames (4", 7" and 9"), 4 x 9" woven sleeve… Read More
A good price for what you get. PRODUCT CONTENTS 2 x 9" paint trays, 1 x 9" disposable tray insert, 1 x extendable pole (up to 33"), 3 x soft-grip roller frames (4", 7" and 9"), 4 x 9" woven sleeve…
bigtonka Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago5 Comments
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hhali
I buy my rollers from poundland and I was able to do my interior walls and shed
Nice story bro
I buy my rollers from poundland and I was able to do my interior walls and shed
hhali
price is £30.49
It is.
Not such a good price for what you get now is it.
price is £30.49
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CUPRINOL ANTI SLIP DECKING STAIN 2.5ltr 2 for £30.00 Screwfix

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Buy 2 for £30 on Cuprinol Anti Slip Decking Stain 2.5L. Discount applied when both items are added to trolley. Promotion valid until 07/05/17. Read More
Buy 2 for £30 on Cuprinol Anti Slip Decking Stain 2.5L. Discount applied when both items are added to trolley. Promotion valid until 07/05/17.
heirasz7 Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago3 Comments
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b&m Chester £10 a tin all coloured stains.
£12 in B&M
Awful stuff this, it doesn't penetrate the decking boards and peels off in long strips after winter. Steer clear!
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EAR DEFENDERS 27.6DB SNR £2.99 @ Screwfix

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Not Bluetooth but are Wireless and Noise-Cancelling Read More
Not Bluetooth but are Wireless and Noise-Cancelling
UBERC00L Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago31 Comments
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I would pay a little more and go with a set that has a better headband as I ordered a pair and on receiving I opened then to fit on my head (average size) they snapped. This was more than likely due to being a cold day and not letting them reach room temperature as the plastic is very brittle and they seemed very tight. Not good if you keep them outside in the garage or shed.
lynsaydyson
Would these be suitable for children with autism?
Definitely- my sons favorite ones... I buy them 6 at a time haha (he's severe and non verbal)
I have those and highly recommend them. They're £26.99, but worth it.
3M PELTOR OPTIME III EAR DEFENDERS 35DB SNR
Are they wireless?
frostyclock
ARE THESE ANY GOOD.


got a couple of pairs for my lad with autism, they're not bad they just muffle the sound. Paid about this price from screwfix
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2x Stanley Tylon 8m Tape measures £8.99 at screwfix

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Decent price for two very good tapes. The normal price looks to be £9.99 which is still a steal. Free click and collect (<5 mins normally). Retail for around £10 each at most shops. Current… Read More
Decent price for two very good tapes. The normal price looks to be £9.99 which is still a steal. Free click and collect (<5 mins normally). Retail for around £10 each at most shops. Current…
fonzie2107 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago7 Comments
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I bought these a few months ago, they were both out, one by 1mm the other was nearly 2mm, plus they kink too easy, Stanley have really gone downhill the last few years.

Huge difference in quality between the Rolson ones are these Stanleys


your comparing Rolson to Stanley?
This used to be my go to tape measure for years but they've changed the coating on the tape so now it doesn't last very long before i have to bin it, before the coating was very glossy so it was better at Protecting it from the elements when working outside but now it's really dull and it doesn't take long for the didgets to start wearing off. But if you use it mainly indoors it's fine
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2 pairs of site work trousers for £26.00 at Screwfix

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The trousers are £16 each or the two pairs for £26. Thought it was worth adding for anyone needing some new trousers for work Read More
The trousers are £16 each or the two pairs for £26. Thought it was worth adding for anyone needing some new trousers for work
campawley Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago4 Comments
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What ever floats your boat oO
No belt included to allow maximum builders bottom exposure....
Is that better for you?
Link wrong as goes to a pair of trousers not pants.......
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No Nonsense NO NONSENSE INTUMESCENT SEALANT WHITE 310ML £1.05

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£1.05 @ Screwfix
Single-component, high qualified, emulsion-based sealant for fire retardant constructions. Transforms into foam above 200°C. Low Odour Solvent-Free Accommodates Movement of ±10% Read More
Single-component, high qualified, emulsion-based sealant for fire retardant constructions. Transforms into foam above 200°C. Low Odour Solvent-Free Accommodates Movement of ±10%
RamiresJ Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago6 Comments
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kevinr1ley
Gollywood
I needed some caulk yesterday... whilst waiting in the queue I saw a tube of this reduced from £6 to £1.05. But I didn't know what 'intumescent' meant so didn't buy it :D
No Nonsense Decorators' Caulk White 310ml is also £1.05 instore and online


That's what I bought
Gollywood
I needed some caulk yesterday... whilst waiting in the queue I saw a tube of this reduced from £6 to £1.05. But I didn't know what 'intumescent' meant so didn't buy it :D
No Nonsense Decorators' Caulk White 310ml is also £1.05 instore and online
Gollywood
I needed some caulk yesterday... whilst waiting in the queue I saw a tube of this reduced from £6 to £1.05. But I didn't know what 'intumescent' meant so didn't buy it :D
It swells up to fill gaps so probably not what you were looking for
This is good, there's far too much nonsense with intumescent sealant these days
Good price. Have some heat.
You might want to say that the retailer is Screwfix in the title.
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15m Self-Extending YoYo Hose was £29.99 now £6.99 @ Screwfix (C&C)

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Self-extending and retracting hose with thermoplastic elastomer construction. Anti-kink and anti-twist to provide constant water flow at all times. Supplied with a 7-function multi-jet spray gun, hose… Read More
Self-extending and retracting hose with thermoplastic elastomer construction. Anti-kink and anti-twist to provide constant water flow at all times. Supplied with a 7-function multi-jet spray gun, hose…
vassy4u Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago6 Comments
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got one last time.... they have shut off valves on each end, so if you don't turn off and drain it's full of water, been very handy so far, quicker than getting the reel out :)

Edited By: stealth666 on Apr 13, 2017 19:31
who puts these offers on here,another wind up,tried every store south of Carlisle-nothing,zilch,zero,nada,
Oos everywhere
Ditto...
None in my local 6 stores...
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HITACHI DV18DGL/JG 18V 2.5AH LI-ION CORDLESS COMBI DRILL with 2 batteries @ Screwfix for £89.00

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Hitachi 18v cordless drill with two 2.5ah batteries. Comes with a bare torch attachment worth £9.99 until Easter Monday. Been looking around for a £80- £90 drill .this seems one of the best offers a… Read More
Hitachi 18v cordless drill with two 2.5ah batteries. Comes with a bare torch attachment worth £9.99 until Easter Monday. Been looking around for a £80- £90 drill .this seems one of the best offers a…
bullerbug Avatar2w, 4h agoFound 2 weeks, 4 hours ago21 Comments
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I re-bought this to supplement the one I bought a few years ago. I was a bit surprised that the new 2.5AH batteries are exactly the same size and weight as the older 1.5AH ones :|
i bought the ryobi deal too. don't forget ryobi one+ is a whole ecosystem so might be a better investment if you eventually buy other tools as they're cheaper to buy bare without a battery
I'm assuming the batteries for the drill will work on the torch?
These are excellent, mine has been used hard for years and still going strong.
aforumac
Is this considerably better than the Ryobi deal at b&q for £69? I bought that one but would return for this one if it's better drill/driver
I appreciate the batteries are different, 1.3 vs 2.5 ah - but based on the overall package...
Would say this is a step up . I use a drill every day for work . this would do . think its quite a bit More for £20, but it should be ,your paying 20%more
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Yale app enabled alarm - £179.99 @ Screwfix

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started looking the telecommunications kit for £161 and found this which is mobile app enabled. Read More
started looking the telecommunications kit for £161 and found this which is mobile app enabled.
jayse267 Avatar2w, 6h agoFound 2 weeks, 6 hours ago4 Comments
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so they have reduced the equipment!
I thought I read last year the net based alarm was coming to a end on there web site,
I bought this for £249 so this seems like a really good deal!!

http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/yale-smart-home-alarm-kit-404440
Thought this was Yap enabled, would've defo bought......
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MAKITA P-44024 TRADE DRILL BIT & HOLESAW SET 75PCS £17.99 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)

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Multipurpose kit for drilling holes in virtually any material. Read More
Multipurpose kit for drilling holes in virtually any material.
englands28 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days agoAdd Comment
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Multi tool ( cutter ) accessory set 5 piece £5.49 @ screwfix (Free C&C)

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As above, was £14.99 allegedly that's probably a bit pricey but at £5.49 these might be useful for some. Individual pieces can set you back a few pounds each so for the set it's not a bad price. Read More
As above, was £14.99 allegedly that's probably a bit pricey but at £5.49 these might be useful for some. Individual pieces can set you back a few pounds each so for the set it's not a bad price.
pennyfarthing88 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago34 Comments
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nougat
I went to pick mine up today but slightly embarrassed as I forgot what I had ordered and couldn't find the email confirmation. whilst the girl was looking for my order I saw this displayed at the till point and thought oh I could do with one of those for £9.99.
The only difference is the description 19 pcs or 5 pcs they both contain the same bits.
I put the £9.99 one back on the till selling point and left with the better deal


You've overpaid because in that offer the additional pieces are merely sanding sheets which can be bought for £1.99 for a pack of 15 oO
I went to pick mine up today but slightly embarrassed as I forgot what I had ordered and couldn't find the email confirmation. whilst the girl was looking for my order I saw this displayed at the till point and thought oh I could do with one of those for £9.99.
The only difference is the description 19 pcs or 5 pcs they both contain the same bits.
I put the £9.99 one back on the till selling point and left with the better deal

Edited By: nougat on Apr 26, 2017 19:58
Is the hypertough multi tool at Asda universal fit? £14.93 in Cambridge..
jazzuk777
pennyfarthing88
Thanks for the heads up on the tool - is this deal compatible with the wickes tool?


I can't think of a reason why it wouldn't be - these are a universal fit so it shouldn't be a problem.
bigbigchilli
vidic007007
bigbigchilli
pennyfarthing88
ASDA are doing a special atm - £15. Worth a punt.
Do you have a link or was this in store?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/power-tools-store-asda-6th-19th-april-2655890
No link sorry. Nationwide I assume but only in the big ones.
Not in the pretty large Great Yarmouth store as far as I can find :(
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Erbauer 18v Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 2.0Ah Li-ion, Brushless Motor, Metal Chuck & Free HSS bit set @ Screwfix - £89.99

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18V Brushless combi drill 13mm Metal keyless chuck 2 x 2.0 Ah Li-Ion batteries 48min charge time LED work light Free HSS bit set Product contents: Combi Drill ERI691COM, 2 x 2Ah Li-ion batter… Read More
18V Brushless combi drill 13mm Metal keyless chuck 2 x 2.0 Ah Li-Ion batteries 48min charge time LED work light Free HSS bit set Product contents: Combi Drill ERI691COM, 2 x 2Ah Li-ion batter…
Sackboy1 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago7 Comments
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At this end of the market cordless tools are almost like printers. The biggest investment is in the consumables (batteries).

Whilst even premium tools can fail. I have a bit more confidence the batteries won't change/fail prematurely. So even out of warranty you can get a new body without too much pain. Also you can be confident of picking up other bodies over the years.

The worry I have with the budget brands is they will suddenly change battery design, or they will fail prematurely.

Edited By: Mentos on Apr 11, 2017 08:19
Sackboy1
AzeemB
Sackboy1
AzeemB
Erbauer = Chinese not german
Hi AzeemB, not sure what you're trying to prove here.
Do you mean they are a Chinese brand or are made in China?
Because Erbauer are a home brand of Screwfix and the tools may well be made in China.
DeWalt is owned by Stanley Black & Decker, and the laser level I own is made in China. So not German?
Makita is owned by Makita Corporation and all the drills, skill saws etc I have are made in China. So also not German?
The 'German' Bosch Blue multi cutter I have is made in Malaysia. So is that really German?
If you want to compare this to a German tool then you'll have to compare it to Hilti, in which case you might be able to pick up a second hand combi drill for £300. Not exactly new for £89.99 with a 2 year Guarentee.
Just so people realise that it has nothing to do with german engineering as the german sounding name suggests :)link not brushless but £100 not budget brand, battries and spares likely to be available in future
It's a fair point you make, but personally I'd take the Erbauer every day over the Bosch. Even if the prices were the same. Metal chuck, 2 batteries and can easily take it back to Screwfix and get it swapped straight away for another one when I break it within the 2 years.

yes the warranty makes it sweeter,
however my erbaur drill driver (not brushless) failed just outside of the warranty. the brake function stopped working first, followed by the motor, light to medium use over the years. So I had to buy a new drill. I would be less hesitent to purchase a makita, bosch,milwaukee tool etc at around this price. I own some titan (screwfix) and Aldi tools and they are great to, so :| hmmm
Sackboy1
AzeemB
Sackboy1
AzeemB
Erbauer = Chinese not german
Hi AzeemB, not sure what you're trying to prove here.
Do you mean they are a Chinese brand or are made in China?
Because Erbauer are a home brand of Screwfix and the tools may well be made in China.
DeWalt is owned by Stanley Black & Decker, and the laser level I own is made in China. So not German?
Makita is owned by Makita Corporation and all the drills, skill saws etc I have are made in China. So also not German?
The 'German' Bosch Blue multi cutter I have is made in Malaysia. So is that really German?
If you want to compare this to a German tool then you'll have to compare it to Hilti, in which case you might be able to pick up a second hand combi drill for £300. Not exactly new for £89.99 with a 2 year Guarentee.
Just so people realise that it has nothing to do with german engineering as the german sounding name suggests :)link not brushless but £100 not budget brand, battries and spares likely to be available in future
It's a fair point you make, but personally I'd take the Erbauer every day over the Bosch. Even if the prices were the same. Metal chuck, 2 batteries and can easily take it back to Screwfix and get it swapped straight away for another one when I break it within the 2 years.
Erbauer over Bosch only if your comparing to diy bosch 8)
AzeemB
Sackboy1
AzeemB
Erbauer = Chinese not german
Hi AzeemB, not sure what you're trying to prove here.
Do you mean they are a Chinese brand or are made in China?
Because Erbauer are a home brand of Screwfix and the tools may well be made in China.
DeWalt is owned by Stanley Black & Decker, and the laser level I own is made in China. So not German?
Makita is owned by Makita Corporation and all the drills, skill saws etc I have are made in China. So also not German?
The 'German' Bosch Blue multi cutter I have is made in Malaysia. So is that really German?
If you want to compare this to a German tool then you'll have to compare it to Hilti, in which case you might be able to pick up a second hand combi drill for £300. Not exactly new for £89.99 with a 2 year Guarentee.
Just so people realise that it has nothing to do with german engineering as the german sounding name suggests :)link not brushless but £100 not budget brand, battries and spares likely to be available in future

It's a fair point you make, but personally I'd take the Erbauer every day over the Bosch. Even if the prices were the same. Metal chuck, 2 batteries and can easily take it back to Screwfix and get it swapped straight away for another one when I break it within the 2 years.
Sackboy1
AzeemB
Erbauer = Chinese not german
Hi AzeemB, not sure what you're trying to prove here.
Do you mean they are a Chinese brand or are made in China?
Because Erbauer are a home brand of Screwfix and the tools may well be made in China.
DeWalt is owned by Stanley Black & Decker, and the laser level I own is made in China. So not German?


Makita is owned by Makita Corporation and all the drills, skill saws etc I have are made in China. So also not German?
The 'German' Bosch Blue multi cutter I have is made in Malaysia. So is that really German?
If you want to compare this to a German tool then you'll have to compare it to Hilti, in which case you might be able to pick up a second hand combi drill for £300. Not exactly new for £89.99 with a 2 year Guarentee.

Just so people realise that it has nothing to do with german engineering as the german sounding name suggests :)

link not brushless but £100 not budget brand, battries and spares likely to be available in future

Edited By: AzeemB on Apr 10, 2017 13:47
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Leyland Trade Contract Matt Emulsion Paint Brilliant White/Magnolia 2 x 10Ltr £22.00 @ Screwfix

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Highly rated paint £14.99 or 2 for £22 , get ready for the Easter weekend spruce up ! Read More
Highly rated paint £14.99 or 2 for £22 , get ready for the Easter weekend spruce up !
deanos Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago14 Comments
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Russonf
I'd suggest crown over this currently £12 a tub at home base


I'm not too sure going for crown there quality is abit hit and miss if u don't buy it from there own stores usually the trade stuff is better than the normal stuff. but I'm a bit curious as when stuff is on offer it seems to be of essential quality I have seen this a few times or is it just my imagination.
How good is this compared to the crown and dulux equivalent?
people rave about this so i bought one, it is not better than dulux once that's for sure.
oh that's cheap
good find op, heat added
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Bosch GWS-710 700W 4 1/2" Angle Grinder 230V £34.99 Screwfix

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Lightweight and versatile, professional angle grinder with powerful motor. Compact design enables use in tight or hard to reach spaces and a small and ergonomic handle and grip allows for easy handlin… Read More
Lightweight and versatile, professional angle grinder with powerful motor. Compact design enables use in tight or hard to reach spaces and a small and ergonomic handle and grip allows for easy handlin…
pavel76 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago10 Comments
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This was £50 last year and B&Q were the cheapest around.
pavel76
AlanClarke
pavel76
wayners
£5 OFF Normal price.
You have no idea what the normal price is for this model...
It clearly says save £5.00 on the website, try clicking the link...
£5 off from last price... "Normal" price for 700w blue Bosch is over £50
Odd, because the usual pattern is to tempt the punter with vastly overinflated claims about price drops.
AlanClarke
pavel76
wayners
£5 OFF Normal price.
You have no idea what the normal price is for this model...
It clearly says save £5.00 on the website, try clicking the link...
£5 off from last price... "Normal" price for 700w blue Bosch is over £50
pavel76
wayners
£5 OFF Normal price.
You have no idea what the normal price is for this model...

It clearly says save £5.00 on the website, try clicking the link...
Got one last year, had some serious punishment but still going strong.
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Curtain Hooks 200 pack 99p @ Screwfix Free C&C

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This might be useful to just afew of you but I needed some curtain hooks. Argos selling a 200 pack for £5.51. Ebay selling 50 pack for 99p. Plenty in stock near me. 12 reviews and all great. Tha… Read More
This might be useful to just afew of you but I needed some curtain hooks. Argos selling a 200 pack for £5.51. Ebay selling 50 pack for 99p. Plenty in stock near me. 12 reviews and all great. Tha…
shabbird Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago23 Comments
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Plastic hooks are rubbish. Always buy metal, you can buy large packs for very little money on amazon and eBay.

The price for this product is good however, its not a criticism of the deal.
We use these at work. A bit flimsy but they do the job. Can't complain for the price.

Edited By: mjl87 on Apr 10, 2017 19:47: Mistype
slipd
Can never have enough of these and I don't even have curtains 8)
Heat OP, this deal had just made my day!

stonkr
Followed the instructions and put one every 10mm. Had to go back for several more packs but at this price it's still affordable.
Only thing is that I now can't open the actual curtains so have been forced to cut holes in them to let the light back into the room which I have to sew back in place every evening.
I'm starting to develop a clawed right hand from overuse of scissors, needle & thread and the occasional role of Sellotape when drunk, you ever try threading a needle after five beakers of shandy? Impossible.
Can't help thinking I've missed something along the way, but hey ho, a bargain is a bargain.
Heat added from me!
lol X)
Followed the instructions and put one every 10mm. Had to go back for several more packs but at this price it's still affordable.

Only thing is that I now can't open the actual curtains so have been forced to cut holes in them to let the light back into the room which I have to sew back in place every evening.

I'm starting to develop a clawed right hand from overuse of scissors, needle & thread and the occasional role of Sellotape when drunk, you ever try threading a needle after five beakers of shandy? Impossible.

Can't help thinking I've missed something along the way, but hey ho, a bargain is a bargain.

Heat added from me!
Can never have enough of these and I don't even have curtains 8)

Heat OP, this deal had just made my day!
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NEW SCREWFIX IN BRACKMILLS, NORTHAMPTON 10.00% OFF EVERYTHING!

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New screwfix opened in Northampton. In brackmills industrial estate, behind IPSL opposite Concorde tyres. 10% off everything. Thought this may help someone who lives close by, if your planning on p… Read More
New screwfix opened in Northampton. In brackmills industrial estate, behind IPSL opposite Concorde tyres. 10% off everything. Thought this may help someone who lives close by, if your planning on p…
hayleyelizabeth Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago3 Comments
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I don't, sorry x
Do you know how long this deal is on for
WOW 10%......... they will fighting and carnage in the streets.....suppose every little helps someone ;)
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Lap 2G Outdoor Switched Socket £9.99 @ Screwfix Click and Collect

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This offer is back on, and looks like good value for IP66 rated accessories. Singles also available at £8.99 Read More
This offer is back on, and looks like good value for IP66 rated accessories. Singles also available at £8.99
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RuudBullit
bseal1947
MrFizzy
priceyrice
extremely stupid question here so i apologise - i am looking at getting a hot tub for outside but have no outside plug sockets, how would I go about sorting that out? Is it something the ordinary person can do or will it require an electrician?
Thanks
If you were to hard wire it then it would be notifiable under Part P and you would need a qualified electrician to do it. If you simply wired it to a plug and then plugged that into an existing socket (using an RCD plug would be highly recommended) then it could be argued it isn't fixed wiring and simply an extension lead and hence you could do it yourself. My recommendation, however, is that you put it in the hands of a professional. They will then also check your fixed wiring and ensure earth continuity, lop resistance etc. No point saving a few quid and risking a life.
This is great advice. You're spending a good bit on the hot tub. It is wet and has electric running it. Spend a little more and make sure you and your family are safe. Get a Part P registered qualified electrician to do it. Make sure they certify it too
Fully agree.
Being a sparky, my take on it is that if you're having to ask, you shouldn't be doing it.
bseal1947
RuudBullit
bseal1947
MrFizzy
priceyrice
extremely stupid question here so i apologise - i am looking at getting a hot tub for outside but have no outside plug sockets, how would I go about sorting that out? Is it something the ordinary person can do or will it require an electrician?
Thanks
If you were to hard wire it then it would be notifiable under Part P and you would need a qualified electrician to do it. If you simply wired it to a plug and then plugged that into an existing socket (using an RCD plug would be highly recommended) then it could be argued it isn't fixed wiring and simply an extension lead and hence you could do it yourself. My recommendation, however, is that you put it in the hands of a professional. They will then also check your fixed wiring and ensure earth continuity, lop resistance etc. No point saving a few quid and risking a life.
This is great advice. You're spending a good bit on the hot tub. It is wet and has electric running it. Spend a little more and make sure you and your family are safe. Get a Part P registered qualified electrician to do it. Make sure they certify it too
Fully agree.
Being a sparky, my take on it is that if you're having to ask, you shouldn't be doing it.
Fellow sparky. I'm sure we're all biased. But what people ask for advice on would make my hair curl... if I had any
Just out of curiosity what's a ball park figure for fitting an external socket? Please.

There are more variables than you think, which means the price could differ greatly from one property to another. As already stated, proximity and ease of installation is one, but also age and condition of existing installation is another. If you have a 17th edition compliant distribution board, and your bonding is adequate, and the installation would just be drilling straight out from an existing socket, then price would be quite cheap as the level of work and materials required is low. You'd ideally need to get someone to have a look.
It would depend upon the proximity of existing power to take the power from. If it was close and not much running cable around the house to get to s power source. Also where in the country. In greater London £95 upwards
RuudBullit
bseal1947
MrFizzy
priceyrice
extremely stupid question here so i apologise - i am looking at getting a hot tub for outside but have no outside plug sockets, how would I go about sorting that out? Is it something the ordinary person can do or will it require an electrician?
Thanks
If you were to hard wire it then it would be notifiable under Part P and you would need a qualified electrician to do it. If you simply wired it to a plug and then plugged that into an existing socket (using an RCD plug would be highly recommended) then it could be argued it isn't fixed wiring and simply an extension lead and hence you could do it yourself. My recommendation, however, is that you put it in the hands of a professional. They will then also check your fixed wiring and ensure earth continuity, lop resistance etc. No point saving a few quid and risking a life.
This is great advice. You're spending a good bit on the hot tub. It is wet and has electric running it. Spend a little more and make sure you and your family are safe. Get a Part P registered qualified electrician to do it. Make sure they certify it too
Fully agree.
Being a sparky, my take on it is that if you're having to ask, you shouldn't be doing it.

bseal1947
RuudBullit
bseal1947
MrFizzy
priceyrice
extremely stupid question here so i apologise - i am looking at getting a hot tub for outside but have no outside plug sockets, how would I go about sorting that out? Is it something the ordinary person can do or will it require an electrician?
Thanks
If you were to hard wire it then it would be notifiable under Part P and you would need a qualified electrician to do it. If you simply wired it to a plug and then plugged that into an existing socket (using an RCD plug would be highly recommended) then it could be argued it isn't fixed wiring and simply an extension lead and hence you could do it yourself. My recommendation, however, is that you put it in the hands of a professional. They will then also check your fixed wiring and ensure earth continuity, lop resistance etc. No point saving a few quid and risking a life.
This is great advice. You're spending a good bit on the hot tub. It is wet and has electric running it. Spend a little more and make sure you and your family are safe. Get a Part P registered qualified electrician to do it. Make sure they certify it too
Fully agree.
Being a sparky, my take on it is that if you're having to ask, you shouldn't be doing it.
Fellow sparky. I'm sure we're all biased. But what people ask for advice on would make my hair curl... if I had any


Just out of curiosity what's a ball park figure for fitting an external socket? Please.
RuudBullit
bseal1947
MrFizzy
priceyrice
extremely stupid question here so i apologise - i am looking at getting a hot tub for outside but have no outside plug sockets, how would I go about sorting that out? Is it something the ordinary person can do or will it require an electrician?
Thanks
If you were to hard wire it then it would be notifiable under Part P and you would need a qualified electrician to do it. If you simply wired it to a plug and then plugged that into an existing socket (using an RCD plug would be highly recommended) then it could be argued it isn't fixed wiring and simply an extension lead and hence you could do it yourself. My recommendation, however, is that you put it in the hands of a professional. They will then also check your fixed wiring and ensure earth continuity, lop resistance etc. No point saving a few quid and risking a life.
This is great advice. You're spending a good bit on the hot tub. It is wet and has electric running it. Spend a little more and make sure you and your family are safe. Get a Part P registered qualified electrician to do it. Make sure they certify it too

Fully agree.
Being a sparky, my take on it is that if you're having to ask, you shouldn't be doing it.


Fellow sparky. I'm sure we're all biased. But what people ask for advice on would make my hair curl... if I had any
bseal1947
MrFizzy
priceyrice
extremely stupid question here so i apologise - i am looking at getting a hot tub for outside but have no outside plug sockets, how would I go about sorting that out? Is it something the ordinary person can do or will it require an electrician?
Thanks
If you were to hard wire it then it would be notifiable under Part P and you would need a qualified electrician to do it. If you simply wired it to a plug and then plugged that into an existing socket (using an RCD plug would be highly recommended) then it could be argued it isn't fixed wiring and simply an extension lead and hence you could do it yourself. My recommendation, however, is that you put it in the hands of a professional. They will then also check your fixed wiring and ensure earth continuity, lop resistance etc. No point saving a few quid and risking a life.
This is great advice. You're spending a good bit on the hot tub. It is wet and has electric running it. Spend a little more and make sure you and your family are safe. Get a Part P registered qualified electrician to do it. Make sure they certify it too

Fully agree.
Being a sparky, my take on it is that if you're having to ask, you shouldn't be doing it.

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