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EVOLUTION RAGE 1B 185MM MULTIPURPOSE CIRCULAR SAW 230V £49.99 @SCREWFIX WAS £69.99 FREE CLICK & COLLECT

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To be fair it has been this price before but I don't think I've seen this for £49.99 for a while. Bought this for around £80 a couple of years ago and I thought it was very good for the price back the…
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Groovii D
multi purpose? it cuts stuff, what else does it do then?


​Plunge Cuts. :{
Think it means it can also cut through different materials like metal such as nails...personally never tried though...
multi purpose? it cuts stuff, what else does it do then?
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Franke 1 Bowl Kitchen Sink with Tap & Drainer £89.99/ 1 1/2 Bowl £99.99 @ Screwfix

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Deal of the day. C&C. Mono mixer tap, basket strainer, waste, slotted overflow, tap hole cover and fixings.
ssc1 Avatar18h, 35m agoFound 18 hours, 35 minutes ago6 Comments
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wayners
Think this is a 1 tap hole sink so a good buy.. I would avoid all sinks with 2 tap holes as the cover always slides then water leaks through. Just rubbish.
Tap hole cover means it's universal i.e. Tap holes on front and back. Just use a little silicone won't move then :)
​Silicone won't last. Never dose. Will slide again. Why is it silicone holds fishtanks together for years but don't last around Bath or Windows?

Its a different type of silicone.
adam4007
wayners
Think this is a 1 tap hole sink so a good buy.. I would avoid all sinks with 2 tap holes as the cover always slides then water leaks through. Just rubbish.


Tap hole cover means it's universal i.e. Tap holes on front and back. Just use a little silicone won't move then :)


​Silicone won't last. Never dose. Will slide again. Why is it silicone holds fishtanks together for years but don't last around Bath or Windows?
I have a Franke kitchen sink (not this one) and was a little disapointed how flexible it is at the tap mount, I know I could have got the optional plastic tap mount bracket (although reviews of that weren't great) - shame that sinks seem to be getting thinner these days unless I just got an super economy version perhaps?
wayners
Think this is a 1 tap hole sink so a good buy.. I would avoid all sinks with 2 tap holes as the cover always slides then water leaks through. Just rubbish.


Tap hole cover means it's universal i.e. Tap holes on front and back. Just use a little silicone won't move then :)
wayners
Think this is a 1 tap hole sink so a good buy.. I would avoid all sinks with 2 tap holes as the cover always slides then water leaks through. Just rubbish.


just apply silicone sealant to the under side of the tap hole cover
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Door Handle Packs Half Price from £3.49 Polished Chrome was £6.99 now £3.49 @ Screwfix

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Can't go wrong with this for the price great value, look good and come complete with hinges, screws and everything required to fit to a new door or replace existing handles. 2x door levers, 2 x 3" bu…
gazz33 Avatar2d, 18h agoFound 2 days, 18 hours ago19 Comments
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Not any more :(
they will drop further...
how good can they be if they were originally £6.99??
They seem to be back to full price now :(
Fitted these on all the doors in my house a few years ago. Look great and do the job but they don't last long. They require attention every year, but not bad for the price.
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dremel chainsaw sharpener grinding stones £2.59 Screwfix

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be prepared for the incoming zombie apocalypse with this discounted chainsaw sharpener. defend yourself and be frugal at the same time.
td0s Avatar5d, 42m agoFound 5 days, 42 minutes ago2 Comments
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Pack of 3.
Same price in Screwfix. :p
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Harris The Really Big Box Set Paint Rollers 18 Piece Set £19.49 @ Screwfix

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This deal will end at Midnight!! Harris 18 Piece Set. All the roller equipment needed for decorating was £29.99 now £19.49 next cheapest seen Argos £29.99, Amazon £33.99 2 x 9" paint trays, 1 x 9"
gazz33 Avatar5d, 18h agoFound 5 days, 18 hours ago5 Comments
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Needs expiring
Have you guessed what it is yet ? ..... Errm I think it is called child abuse Rolf
Well Rolf won't need them any more .....
Think he's already give up on the wobble board and only plays with his digeridoo now.
Very nearly purchased it this morning from screwfix until i seen it in costco for £17.99 all in. Still a great price at £20 though
Well Rolf won't need them any more .....
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Picture Hanging Fixings was £9.99 now £2.49 @ Screwfix

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This is a very useful kit for those occasional picture hanging jobs a lot cheaper than buying the few needed bits each time. 250 Pieces Approx. No 1, No 2 and No 3 picture hooks, pins, screw rings, s…
gazz33 Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago10 Comments
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hukdspirit
Out of stock every store I tried :(
keep trying
Cheap fixings.....we get the picture:D
Out of stock every store I tried :(
good find - hot from me :)
great thanks.
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ENERGER ERB651GRD 4½” ANGLE GRINDER 850W £18.99 @ Screwfix

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High performance angle grinder suitable for a variety of tasks. Ideal for cutting metal and stone materials without using water. 850W Adjustable Quick-Change Guard 2-Position Adjustable Side Handle A…
immy_ashraf Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago3 Comments
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Great for small grinding jobs, but mine burned out quickly under heavy usage. I don't know what I was expecting for £25, which is what I paid for it a few years back. This is cheap as chips and handy to have around, just don't expect too much from it. Heat added.
That is a ridiculous price.
Heat added just for an angle grinder at this time in the morning
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Bosch Blue Professional GWS 600 4½" Angle Grinder 240V £34.99 @ Screwfix

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Been after a small angle grinder for small jobs and pointing etc. as my 9" Dewalt is overkill. This will do nicely. :-D "93 of 94 reviewers would recommend this product" Overall 5* Reviews http://w…
Roger_Irrelevant Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago46 Comments
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How well would this cut roof slates ?
miaomiaobaubau
Roger_Irrelevant
miaomiaobaubau
your reasoning does not make sense at all, lol
Yes it does, allow me to explain with the aid of pictures.
Suppose you want to cut a brick wall in half, or a cut a large bit of steel box section. You need a big meaty grinder to do the cut:http://www.toolstop.co.uk/components/com_virtuemart/shop_image/product/W23-230_a1.jpg
Now suppose you just want to polish or finish some object, or do a small cut. You need a small grinder as you don't want to be holding a big 2KW beast for any amount of time:https://dccf75d8gej24.cloudfront.net/images/products/06/060519115/650829A0-7866-42A7-A25D-8BE532EF55F1-large.jpg
Imagine doing job 2 with angle grinder 1. Imagine doing job 1 with angle grinder 2.
Do you understand yet? :p
No common sense is been applied once again. In the first picture I can see a huge heavy grinder/cutter which is a much bigger machine which you cannot make any comparison, in the other one something smaller which is the one I made my comparison. I been using all in my life and therefore I know what I am talking about, being a bosch does not justify a £35 in a form of an underpowered 600w (can still grind but I bet it will tend to die when cutting). For much less we can buy something that does do more for much less and in a compact size and of a very good long lasting quality. Got 3 of these LIDL grinder which I use with different discs at once to save time on changing them when needed and they are great at £19.99, one of them is about 6 years old and regularly been used extensively at some points and never let me down.


Actually cutting requires very little power if you use appropriate discs and correct technique. Ever used slitting discs ( ~1mm thick?). My 115mm grinder with these has happily done hundreds of cuts in mild steel box up to 60x60x5 (obviously you have to cut from more than one side). If you're pressing hard enough to stall it when cutting then you're not using it right and there's a risk of the disc exploding. Obviously 1200w is more power but it must be also be heavier and larger which, for long periods/tight spaces is not a good thing...as stated previously each has there place but a tool with 1200w and larger diameter discs is not comparable and certainly not always superior.
redjay1
Anyone got a suggestion for a faceshield for this?
lol, is a 600w, 115mm safety specs will do fine.
Roger_Irrelevant
miaomiaobaubau
your reasoning does not make sense at all, lol
Yes it does, allow me to explain with the aid of pictures.
Suppose you want to cut a brick wall in half, or a cut a large bit of steel box section. You need a big meaty grinder to do the cut:http://www.toolstop.co.uk/components/com_virtuemart/shop_image/product/W23-230_a1.jpg
Now suppose you just want to polish or finish some object, or do a small cut. You need a small grinder as you don't want to be holding a big 2KW beast for any amount of time:https://dccf75d8gej24.cloudfront.net/images/products/06/060519115/650829A0-7866-42A7-A25D-8BE532EF55F1-large.jpg
Imagine doing job 2 with angle grinder 1. Imagine doing job 1 with angle grinder 2.
Do you understand yet? :p
No common sense is been applied once again. In the first picture I can see a huge heavy grinder/cutter which is a much bigger machine which you cannot make any comparison, in the other one something smaller which is the one I made my comparison. I been using all in my life and therefore I know what I am talking about, being a bosch does not justify a £35 in a form of an underpowered 600w (can still grind but I bet it will tend to die when cutting). For much less we can buy something that does do more for much less and in a compact size and of a very good long lasting quality. Got 3 of these LIDL grinder which I use with different discs at once to save time on changing them when needed and they are great at £19.99, one of them is about 6 years old and regularly been used extensively at some points and never let me down.
miaomiaobaubau
your reasoning does not make sense at all, lol

Yes it does, allow me to explain with the aid of pictures.

Suppose you want to cut a brick wall in half, or a cut a large bit of steel box section. You need a big meaty grinder to do the cut:

http://www.toolstop.co.uk/components/com_virtuemart/shop_image/product/W23-230_a1.jpg

Now suppose you just want to polish or finish some object, or do a small cut. You need a small grinder as you don't want to be holding a big 2KW beast for any amount of time:

https://dccf75d8gej24.cloudfront.net/images/products/06/060519115/650829A0-7866-42A7-A25D-8BE532EF55F1-large.jpg

Imagine doing job 2 with angle grinder 1. Imagine doing job 1 with angle grinder 2.

Do you understand yet? :p



Edited By: Roger_Irrelevant on May 13, 2016 12:00
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LED slimline floodlight with PIR .. 10W .. (£18.74 @ SCREWFIX - C&C) TODAY ONLY

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Looks good for one of the newer style slim floodlights which also has the built in PIR on the front. The only thing with this is that the timer cannot be changed from 4 minutes. A compact and ener…
palli Avatar2w, 16h agoFound 2 weeks, 16 hours ago2 Comments
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how long is the supplied cable?
Unfortunately nothing on the PIR is user adjustable.
User manual, which can be downloaded from Screwfix, gives colour temp as 6400 and brightness as 700 lm
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Mira coda shower. with diverter 179.99 delivered @ screwfix

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Thermostatic shower with deluge head and separate handshower. Features thermostatic temperature stability and Cool Shield technology to prevent the valve from becoming hot during showering. Fast-fix,
oreet Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago1 Comment
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Buy the Fixing kit:
http://www.screwfix.com/p/mira-bar-valve-fixing-kit-chrome/53056

if you buy this, it will save hours of shouting and swearing...

I just fitted one, too soon to give an honest opinion, but its a pain in the *** to fit on the std kit.
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By-Pass Secateurs or Anvil Secateurs £2.99 were £4.99 @ Screwfix

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Anvil Secateurs & By-Pass Secateurs £2.99 were £4.99 @ Screwfix Ok probably not top quality but cheap enough for occasional use, some mixed reviews but the majority of reviews are good. Cast alumini…
goldy12 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago1 Comment
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it looks good enough for occasional use yes and price is good
heat
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MK 2-Gang Switched Socket 2.1A USB Charger £17.47 screwfix

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Good price if you're looking for one of these. In-store and online (though minimum purchase applies for free delivery). It's part of 'deal of the day' so guessing it's today only. Next cheapest is
arotabi Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago14 Comments
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I don't understand why they don't wire the USB transformer supply into one of the two plug switchs??
That way you can isolate the transformer when not in use which would both save wasting standby power and prolong the transformer life as well as put paranoid peoples minds at ease!!
Until they do this I'm not interested in one!
Tapasman
Yes, you can simply unplug a standard charger. The selling point of combined power/USB sockets is to get rid of plug in chargers and with anything like this there'll always be a trade off - in this instance it's the passive draw of current, which in reality is likely to be less than 500mA.
Not sure how many pennies that'd be over a year, but it wouldn't be a dealbreaker for me.

Half an amp at 230V? You really think this will dissipate 115 watts?
:-)
Brrrr... cold in here :D
the pay back time of these makes them a waste of time imo
Yes, you can simply unplug a standard charger. The selling point of combined power/USB sockets is to get rid of plug in chargers and with anything like this there'll always be a trade off - in this instance it's the passive draw of current, which in reality is likely to be less than 500mA.

Not sure how many pennies that'd be over a year, but it wouldn't be a dealbreaker for me.
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Brother PT-E550WVP handheld wifi labelling machine £80.75 screwfix

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This is a great little machine. If you're an electrician it's brilliant. there are cheaper machines about but if you use it for work it will pay for itself. I bought this machine almost a month ago fo…
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* deal shows on screwfix homepage. discount applied when added to trolley.
n.b. the price doesn't show on screwfix website yet for some reason but it is this weeks deal of the week. spotted in-store at Edmonton branch north london
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TITAN WIRE BRUSH TWIST CUP 65MM for Angle Grinder £1.25 free c&c @ Screwfix

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Free c&C, cheapest going. For fast removal of paint, rust, scale and other contamination.
ssc1 Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago16 Comments
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gazdoubleu
qyestionmark
Hot! Have reserved a couple to use with a drill to refurbish some metalwork. Had a look at M14 bolts to make this work in a drill and they are mainly high tensile! Didn't fancy the work cutting the head off them so tracked down an M14 spindle adapter with a 10mm shank on ebay (so should fit almost any drill) £2.99 delivered. There are more expensive ones with hex shanks but I think this should do the job. Does anyone know of anything cheaper?http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Spindle-Adapter-M14-to-10mm-backing-pad-wire-brush-polishing-foam-drill-grinder-/361286316118?hash=item541e57b056:g:A7gAAOSwBahVRQCf
​Why would you cut the head off? Screw the bolt into the wheel up to the head put a locknut on the other side, but the thread of the bolt in the drill chuck, simples!
I didn't realise the centre was hollow - i.e. so you can put a bolt through from the underside! If you have a reversible drill you probably wouldn't need a lock nut. You would still need a chuck with 14mm capacity though (which would rule out a lot of drills).

FWIW I don't see any delivery charge on those e-bay adapters. £2.99 delivered. (£3.49 delivered for 2x in another listing).
qyestionmark
Hot! Have reserved a couple to use with a drill to refurbish some metalwork. Had a look at M14 bolts to make this work in a drill and they are mainly high tensile! Didn't fancy the work cutting the head off them so tracked down an M14 spindle adapter with a 10mm shank on ebay (so should fit almost any drill) £2.99 delivered. There are more expensive ones with hex shanks but I think this should do the job. Does anyone know of anything cheaper?
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Spindle-Adapter-M14-to-10mm-backing-pad-wire-brush-polishing-foam-drill-grinder-/361286316118?hash=item541e57b056:g:A7gAAOSwBahVRQCf

​Why would you cut the head off? Screw the bolt into the wheel up to the head put a locknut on the other side, but the thread of the bolt in the drill chuck, simples!

Edited By: gazdoubleu on May 09, 2016 13:31
These things will shake your arm to bits in no time!
gazdoubleu
Or you could use an M14 bolt and a locknut in a drill

sweet, I've got a drill and was wondering. thanks
qyestionmark
Hot! Have reserved a couple to use with a drill to refurbish some metalwork. Had a look at M14 bolts to make this work in a drill and they are mainly high tensile! Didn't fancy the work cutting the head off them so tracked down an M14 spindle adapter with a 10mm shank on ebay (so should fit almost any drill) £2.99 delivered. There are more expensive ones with hex shanks but I think this should do the job. Does anyone know of anything cheaper?http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Spindle-Adapter-M14-to-10mm-backing-pad-wire-brush-polishing-foam-drill-grinder-/361286316118?hash=item541e57b056:g:A7gAAOSwBahVRQCf

Clicked on link - £16.99 economy delivery !!!
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Titan Screwdriver Bit Set & Mini Ratchet [27 Piece Set] £9.99 @ Screwfix

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Was £12.99. Free c&C. Cheapest find with metal mini ratchet. 19 x 25mm bits (10 x PZ (#1, 8 x #2 and #3), 4 x Phillips (#1, 2 x #2 and #3), 2 x slotted (5 and 6mm) and 3 x TX (T15, T20 and T25)), 5 x…
ssc1 Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago1 Comment
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I bought a Bosch set like this one from amazon for ten pounds a while ago and it is really good. not sure the titan set would be anything like as good.
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SITE TOUGHGRIP BUILDERS GLOVES RED / BLACK LARGE (1453J) - £1.99 @ Screwfix

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Instore & online, ..sorry these gloves are not 1080p ..thanks in advance ;) Always worth having a few pairs of these around ...Gardening, DIY or simply keeping delicate little pinkies clean for the
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goodideatom
MR GUS
mad_design_man
Normal price so not a deal
What normal price for screwfix a damn big vendor to trade & public, compare like for like at the DIY sheds maybe? Walk into a garden centre, £1.99 there!? ...nope.
go play in traffic fella your statement does not stand
Jesus someone is a bit tetchy. This is the normal price for some cheap disposable gloves.
These sort of gloves only last a couple of days working anyway. They are all much the same wether you spend 99p or £9.99 the only thing you can be sure of is the thumb and forefinger will ear through

Actually, no, i'm not tetchy, i'll simply informed the ill informed today that the point of HUKD is to point out a deal, at a low price, if he can find the same specced item cheaper that's valid.
I use these for a variety of purposes, gutter cleaning, or under another pair of tougher job appropriate gloves for extra padding, none of them have worn out.

As for cheap "disposable" poly / latex gloves, I go to Bookers for those based on the price & quality, however I don't put that out as a deal based on the lack of overall access to folk who don't meet the requirements..
MR GUS
mad_design_man
Normal price so not a deal
What normal price for screwfix a damn big vendor to trade & public, compare like for like at the DIY sheds maybe? Walk into a garden centre, £1.99 there!? ...nope.
go play in traffic fella your statement does not stand



Jesus someone is a bit tetchy. This is the normal price for some cheap disposable gloves.

These sort of gloves only last a couple of days working anyway. They are all much the same wether you spend 99p or £9.99 the only thing you can be sure of is the thumb and forefinger will ear through
mad_design_man
Normal price so not a deal
What normal price for screwfix a damn big vendor to trade & public, compare like for like at the DIY sheds maybe? Walk into a garden centre, £1.99 there!? ...nope.
go play in traffic fella your statement does not stand


Edited By: MR GUS on May 07, 2016 09:55
Maybe not 1080p just 199p.
Normal price so not a deal
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13A 2-GANG DP SWITCHED SOCKET & 2.1A 2-GANG USB CHARGER WHITE - £6.99 @ Screwfix

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Durable, moulded, double pole switched socket with 2 x USB charging ports. Classic, fire retardant design. Features large capacity, simple to wire terminals for easy installation. Ideal for charging i…
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Gang dp
stevetheman
Money saving tip of the day don't buy these. Save £7. And charge your stuff at work where your employer pays for the electric.
Not sure how charging a PS4 pad will go down...
Money saving tip of the day don't buy these. Save £7. And charge your stuff at work where your employer pays for the electric.
spannerzone
Uh-oh, USB built into a power socket, this'll turn into a heated discussion!

Heated being the operative word :)
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Battles Pig Oil 1Ltr - Cheapest your ever find £4.49 1LTR screwfix

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Get your Pigs and even Horses Oiled up for ONLY £ 4.49 Where can i get this Bargain I hear you say- Screwfix of course :-)
madhouse77 Avatar3w, 16h agoFound 3 weeks, 16 hours ago12 Comments
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Obviously an amateur you put their back legs inside your wellies.
Doesn’t it make the pig to slippery to get a good purchase when you’re em oO
Is this kosher?
suziemaclondon
This IS actually oil... for pigs! What the heck!?!?! oO


​pigs have needs, ask the pm
edwardo1973
...and South Yorkshire
dont need racism here a hukd. thanks.
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Forge Steel Builders Trowel set 3 piece £7.49 @ Screwfix (half price) C&C

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As above Flawless reviews :) 3 Piece Set. Hardened and tempered with soft bi-material handles for additional comfort. Polished & Lacquered Blade Soft-Grip Handle SPECIFICATION Brand Forge Steel Mode…
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othen
pennyfarthing88
HUX1
These are cheap for a reason. like any tool you pay for what you get.
If your going to attempt to lay bricks buy "Marshall Town USA" the only trowel bricklayers use and will make your life a world easier (im a time served bricklayer). Its like comparing an argos own drill to a bosch, they dont compare.
If your just gonna use them to clean crap out of the drains, then they an absoloute bargain.
It's get what you pay for actually.
To be fair you are trying to compare two brands that are completely different in terms of quality' branding but more importantly cost
This is a deals site and this is a deal for those that don't want to fork out a lot of money for whatever it might be they are wanting to do with the deal.
Being a time served brickie then yes obviously your Marshall brand may be the way to go for continued all day' every day use' but I think you'll find the majority of people on here aren't bricklayers though and these will be fit for there purpose at a very good price for the set.
I think you are right Pennyfarthing, Screwfix sell Marshalltown tools as well, such as this brick trowel for just £39.99:http://www.screwfix.com/p/marshalltown-brick-trowel-12/56734
The Marshalltown items are undoubtedly better, but I know several jobbing builders that use cheap trowels such as the Forge Steel ones on offer here because they get tired of replacing the more expensive ones when they are frequently stolen. For domestic use, and for tradesmen who might occasionally repair or re-point some brickwork it would make no sense to spend 10 times as much on Marshalltown (or similar quality) tools when these three trowels at £7.49 would be perfectly adequate.

I wasn't saying there not cheap, and these would be more than adequate for many non bricklaying jobs,
I am just trying to help anyone who's thinking of having a go at laying bricks themselves. If your gonna build a garden wall or a new BBQ your gonna do a much better job with a decent trowel and the few extra quid spent will save you hundreds that you end up paying a builder to sort it out.
pennyfarthing88
HUX1
These are cheap for a reason. like any tool you pay for what you get.
If your going to attempt to lay bricks buy "Marshall Town USA" the only trowel bricklayers use and will make your life a world easier (im a time served bricklayer). Its like comparing an argos own drill to a bosch, they dont compare.
If your just gonna use them to clean crap out of the drains, then they an absoloute bargain.
It's get what you pay for actually.
To be fair you are trying to compare two brands that are completely different in terms of quality' branding but more importantly cost
This is a deals site and this is a deal for those that don't want to fork out a lot of money for whatever it might be they are wanting to do with the deal.
Being a time served brickie then yes obviously your Marshall brand may be the way to go for continued all day' every day use' but I think you'll find the majority of people on here aren't bricklayers though and these will be fit for there purpose at a very good price for the set.

I think you are right Pennyfarthing, Screwfix sell Marshalltown tools as well, such as this brick trowel for just £39.99:
http://www.screwfix.com/p/marshalltown-brick-trowel-12/56734
The Marshalltown items are undoubtedly better, but I know several jobbing builders that use cheap trowels such as the Forge Steel ones on offer here because they get tired of replacing the more expensive ones when they are frequently stolen. For domestic use, and for tradesmen who might occasionally repair or re-point some brickwork it would make no sense to spend 10 times as much on Marshalltown (or similar quality) tools when these three trowels at £7.49 would be perfectly adequate.
Are these any good for slinging dogsh#t over the fence into a neighbours garden? Asking for a friend (_;)
HUX1
These are cheap for a reason. like any tool you pay for what you get.

If your going to attempt to lay bricks buy "Marshall Town USA" the only trowel bricklayers use and will make your life a world easier (im a time served bricklayer). Its like comparing an argos own drill to a bosch, they dont compare.

If your just gonna use them to clean crap out of the drains, then they an absoloute bargain.





It's get what you pay for actually.
To be fair you are trying to compare two brands that are completely different in terms of quality' branding but more importantly cost

This is a deals site and this is a deal for those that don't want to fork out a lot of money for whatever it might be they are wanting to do with the deal.

Being a time served brickie then yes obviously your Marshall brand may be the way to go for continued all day' every day use' but I think you'll find the majority of people on here aren't bricklayers though and these will be fit for there purpose at a very good price for the set.
HUX1
These are cheap for a reason. like any tool you pay for what you get.
If your going to attempt to lay bricks buy "Marshall Town USA" the only trowel bricklayers use and will make your life a world easier (im a time served bricklayer). Its like comparing an argos own drill to a bosch, they dont compare.
If your just gonna use them to clean crap out of the drains, then they an absoloute bargain.

I have a single Marshal Town that gets used for every trowelling/gardening job. They are amazing quality- doesn't bend, doesn't rust, doesn't wear down, handle is super comfy. Costs nearly triple this set for one, but well worth the price.
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No Nonsense AA alkaline batteries Pack of 24 £1.04 @ Screwfix

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Long Lasting Performance; High Power Capacity 24 x AA alkaline batteries. Click n collect, next day.
ssc1 Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago6 Comments
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How has this even received any heat- it's been OOS in all stores since yesterday!
Would be very hot if in stock anywhere!
was click n collect next day when posted deal.
cheekytrucker
oos everywhere i have checked
Agreed
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When it comes to selling tools, hardware products and trade accessories, Screwfix is one of the leading UK retailers. This company was founded in 1979 and is listed on the London Stock Exchange. Screwfix’s headquarters are located in Yeovil, Somerset and the company employs more than 7,000 people. According to the motto “Where The Trade Buys,” Screwfix stocks a massive selection of power tools, hand tools, screws, lighting fixtures, heating and plumbing supplies, gardening and outdoor products as well as building and joinery merchandise. Moreover, Screwfix covers the following categories as well:

  • Fixings & Accessories
  • Kitchens & Bathroom
  • Security & Ironmongery
  • Safety & Workwear

Whether you are planning on renovating your home or you are shopping for an upcoming DIY project, you might want to turn to Screwfix online. After all, you will be able to benefit from some special online-only discount codes that will not be available at your local store. Of course, this retailer also stocks a wide selection of clearance deals that you can feel free to choose from. Free shipping is offered when you pick up your order at your local Screwfix store. If you would like, you can create a list at Screwfix online and wait to purchase the items that are on your list until they go on sale. Each day, Screwfix offers a new Deal of the Day. Save 20% on more on these deals, which are only available until midnight that day. If you would like, you can request a free catalogue online. Moreover, Screwfix not only delivers to customers in the UK, but shipping to many other EU countries is offered as well. If you are living in Ireland, you will want to make sure to check out the Screwfix Ireland online store.