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Updated: April 28, 2016

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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…
brettleon1231 Avatarbrettleon123120h, 9m agoFound 20 hours, 9 minutes ago5 Comments
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SpoonyBoy
michaelwww
For safety's sake I would rather pay £3 or £4 more to get one of the other two similar models that Screwfix offer. They both confirm to BS 1363-2.


​I agree. the LAP ones comply at £9.99 each, if you scroll to the bottom of the page they are 2 for £14 at the moment.

bought many LAP sockets and they are decent quality.
http://www.screwfix.com/p/lap-13a-sp-2-gang-switched-socket-usb-charger-port-white/1204f
spannerzone
Uh-oh, USB built into a power socket, this'll turn into a heated discussion!
michaelwww
For safety's sake I would rather pay £3 or £4 more to get one of the other two similar models that Screwfix offer. They both confirm to BS 1363-2.
ohreally
I picked up a couple the other day then realised they looked a bit cack so will be going back. Counter person informed me this design was the only one they did in White, not true there is another on which look much neater with two separate usb outlets but costs a little more.
4leafed
Be careful with these. They're quite noisy and have a loudish whistle when it's charging via USB. I've got a couple in my bedroom and it's annoying. Do yourself a favour and pay a pound or 2 extra for a better quality socket.
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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 Avatarmadhouse772d, 40m agoFound 2 days, 40 minutes ago12 Comments
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pan1100
Obviously an amateur you put their back legs inside your wellies.
Geemac
Doesn’t it make the pig to slippery to get a good purchase when you’re em oO
axxxr
Is this kosher?
shadey12
suziemaclondon
This IS actually oil... for pigs! What the heck!?!?! oO


​pigs have needs, ask the pm
wendy07
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…
pennyfarthing88 Avatarpennyfarthing882d, 14h agoFound 2 days, 14 hours ago14 Comments
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HUX1
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.
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.
dewonderful
Are these any good for slinging dogsh#t over the fence into a neighbours garden? Asking for a friend (_;)
pennyfarthing88suspended
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.
themorgatron
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 Avatarssc13d, 2h agoFound 3 days, 2 hours ago6 Comments
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dibbo
How has this even received any heat- it's been OOS in all stores since yesterday!
BubaMan
Would be very hot if in stock anywhere!
ssc1
was click n collect next day when posted deal.
Derek_Duval
cheekytrucker
oos everywhere i have checked
Agreed
cheekytrucker
oos everywhere i have checked
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*TODAY ONLY* LAP 13A SP 2-Gang Switched Socket & USB Charger Port White £14.00 for 2 C&C @ ScrewFix Direct

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Reviews seem pretty decent, 2.1a outputs, £7 each, decent for the price. Enjoy :)
tim30485 Avatartim304853d, 17h agoFound 3 days, 17 hours ago11 Comments
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littld
probably safest to turn off the mains when fitting this


Goes without saying really. ​

Do you tell people to wash their hands before they eat on every hukd food deal?
118luke
littld
probably safest to turn off the mains when fitting this

jouster
Errrr. You should turn mains off to fit ANY sockets.

Else you'll be doing it illegally (You must NOT work live unless absolutely essential) which 99.9% of the time, a domestic installation would not be classed as 'essential to work live'.
Johnatcastle
Zontes
ukbill69
I wouldn't trust these usb type sockets as recent ones have failed to output right amps needed and could damage your devices.
Wow, sweeping generalisation. Typical response from someone with a small brain.
He just said he wouldn't trust them and to be honest there are many people out there that feel the same. I too am sceptical about their output reliability. There have been reports (maybe not about this particular outlet) that have seen similar with varying outputs and varying results. Giving his/her opinion on something is hardly justification for such an insult. Some may wish to plug their £600 piece of tech into and some may not but lets not start calling each other names eh....
Zontes
ukbill69
I wouldn't trust these usb type sockets as recent ones have failed to output right amps needed and could damage your devices.
Wow, sweeping generalisation. Typical response from someone with a small brain.
ukbill69
I wouldn't trust these usb type sockets as recent ones have failed to output right amps needed and could damage your devices.
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Titan 30l wet and dry vacuum cleaner with power tool outlet - £48.99 @ Screwfix

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1400w wet and dry vacuum 2 year guarantee power tool outlet 79.2 dB quiet operation good reviews spend an extra £1.01 (over 50 quid) for free delivery or collect
UZOR AvatarUZOR4d, 2h agoFound 4 days, 2 hours ago21 Comments
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brookysm
Ceejay1974
brookysm
229mel
79db isn't quiet! lol...
just get a henry, its around 67-68db and will run miles around this, the only good thing about it is the powertake off
Good luck sucking up water with a Henry.....
I'm guessing he meant Charles but a lot of people collectively call them a "Henry".https://www.amazon.co.uk/Numatic-CVC370-2BL-Charles-Bagged-Cleaner/dp/B00014AVUY
I somehow doubt it - check the price...
Ceejay1974
brookysm
229mel
79db isn't quiet! lol...
just get a henry, its around 67-68db and will run miles around this, the only good thing about it is the powertake off
Good luck sucking up water with a Henry.....


I'm guessing he meant Charles but a lot of people collectively call them a "Henry".
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Numatic-CVC370-2BL-Charles-Bagged-Cleaner/dp/B00014AVUY
Ceejay1974
Ollie222
Ceejay1974
Vax 6131t - FAR SUPERIOR.
Maybe but it's also twice the price.


Buy cheap, buy twice !!!!

In B&Q it's £70, so not quite double ;)
MajorCockUp
70£ now. still a good price
Ollie222
As this deal has expired if it's any help to anyone I've just bought a Vacmaster VQ1220PFC from http://www.vacmaster.eu/domestic-diy-vacuum-cleaners/2-vq1220pfc.html for £58.

It's not a direct equivalent, it's 20l instead of 30l and made of plastic instead of metal however the slightly smaller size will suits me better and it's about half the weight making it much easier to move around but it still comes with the power take off.
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HITACHI WH18DGL/J4 18V CORDLESS IMPACT DRIVER - BARE £69.99 @ screwfix

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Hitachi impact driver 18V, (bare). Fully kitted, this would cost getting on for not far off £200. Uses Hitachi slide battery, so if you already have Hitachi gear, you may have a battery and charger to…
scottswaha Avatarscottswaha6d, 1h agoFound 6 days, 1 hour ago2 Comments
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joshyjoseph
Not

Not...what? "Not" a bad deal? "Not" unlikely to buy half a dozen myself? Not...what?
joshyjoseph
Not
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Makita HR2470WX/2 3kg SDS Plus Hammer Drill 240V £119.99 Screwfix

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Was looking for a decent SDS drill from a recognised maker for some major DIY this weekend, seems to be best price all round budget SDS , especially as several bits are included in the pack, very, ver…
balf118118 Avatarbalf1181186d, 13h agoFound 6 days, 13 hours ago8 Comments
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UZOR
because it kept firing the included sds chisel out of the chuck! nearly shot my buddy! replaced with a bosch which was stolen, since then another Makita which is pretty good but I can't recommend this model.
balf118118
UZOR
cattythefatty
I am looking for a sds and was thinking of this http://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-dh26px-j1-2kg-sds-plus-hammer-drill-230v/67111
£107 on Amazon any tips or pointers?
​I returned this Makita after a single afternoon of chiselling
Erm...why?
UZOR
cattythefatty
I am looking for a sds and was thinking of this

http://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-dh26px-j1-2kg-sds-plus-hammer-drill-230v/67111

£107 on Amazon any tips or pointers?


​I returned this Makita after a single afternoon of chiselling
Emeye
I have one of these. It's great. Comes with a decent set of tools which others don't so that's another saving.
balf118118
cattythefatty
I am looking for a sds and was thinking of this http://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-dh26px-j1-2kg-sds-plus-hammer-drill-230v/67111
£107 on Amazon any tips or pointers?
...Only the weight of it, if you're going to be holding it against a wall for any length of time. I needed it to chisel a hole for a waste pipe, and the extra 1/2 kilo would make a difference when I'm holding it. Other than that it's a good alternative.
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SCREWFIX EVOLUTION RAGE 210MM COMPOUND MITRE SAW 230V £49.99 Free Click & Collect

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Free Click and collect or spend an extra penny for free delivery. Great reviews and cheap as chips for what it does in my opinion. Bought this for £99 last year and saved me a lot of time on cuts when…
certifiednuts Avatarcertifiednuts6d, 15h agoFound 6 days, 15 hours ago48 Comments
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subhi
othen
corderz
Which is better, this or the Aldi one?
They are both very good for the money. This is a nice saw which cuts wood, plastic and metal, ideal for things like picture framing. The Aldi (and similar Lidl) ones are a little more expensive but have a sliding mechanism for longer cuts (such as skirting boards - you can still use this one for skirting boards by turning the board over & making two cuts). So, it just depends what you need the saw to do: there is no poor choice for the money.

Aldi is double bevel, I think the Lidl one is a single bevel sliding mitre.
subhi
montana78
Any bargains on a sliding mitre saw?

Check the one from Aldi
othen
corderz
Which is better, this or the Aldi one?
They are both very good for the money. This is a nice saw which cuts wood, plastic and metal, ideal for things like picture framing. The Aldi (and similar Lidl) ones are a little more expensive but have a sliding mechanism for longer cuts (such as skirting boards - you can still use this one for skirting boards by turning the board over & making two cuts). So, it just depends what you need the saw to do: there is no poor choice for the money.
corderz
Which is better, this or the Aldi one?
stevenfeeney
Got the Aldi one. 3 year warranty and it was recommended by a carpenter also getting one in Aldi.
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MOUNTFIELD SP185 45CM 125CC SELF-PROPELLED PETROL LAWN MOWER - £199.99 Delivered @ Screwfix (+1% Quidco)

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Not bad for the one you don't have to push !!!! Lightweight yet robust self-propelled petrol lawn mower with mulching facility. Features large grass collection capacity and simple to use lever for he…
dbrazuk Avatardbrazuk6d, 16h agoFound 6 days, 16 hours ago3 Comments
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SK_
I like trains
coxy82
finnmaccool
I love lawnmowers.


​Insightful. Thanks for letting us know.
finnmaccool
I love lawnmowers.
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Screwfix deal: RING ANALOGUE AIR COMPRESSOR 12V (96859) Basic, but £9.99

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Ok, this doesn't have the light, the digital read out etc but it will pump well for the money, & that is likely what it is really needed for, if you've got 2 cars buy an analogue & a digital unit so y…
MR GUS AvatarMR GUS1w, 2h agoFound 1 week, 2 hours ago35 Comments
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jsoap
A typical small battery is 45Ah - if it is fully charged then you could run this (10A) pump for 2 hours and still have 50% left in the battery.
I think that your battery is borked also
allan1954
jsoap
reakt
I have one of these. The only part about it that I don't like is that it's powered from cigarette lighter and I have to keep my engine running whilst using it to avoid flattening the car battery.
The pump motor would burn out long before your battery would go flat
i have one of these pumps and the battery can go flat in about 10 minutes if i do not leave the engine running.
MR GUS
reakt
jsoap
reakt
I have one of these. The only part about it that I don't like is that it's powered from cigarette lighter and I have to keep my engine running whilst using it to avoid flattening the car battery.
The pump motor would burn out long before your battery would go flat
Ok perhaps I need a new battery then. Running the pump without the engine running, it fills the tyres a lot more slowly.

here's a link to L/A from battery university, ..hope it helps. here


I'd recommend you read up a bit on a site called the "battery university" demystifies & from the horses mouth professionally speaking ..& whilst not "scientific kit" this.. for peanuts.. here read the review & hopefully your battery trauma will get off your back, if it continues worth looking into further.

Edited By: MR GUS on May 01, 2016 11:41
reakt
jsoap
reakt
I have one of these. The only part about it that I don't like is that it's powered from cigarette lighter and I have to keep my engine running whilst using it to avoid flattening the car battery.
The pump motor would burn out long before your battery would go flat
Ok perhaps I need a new battery then. Running the pump without the engine running, it fills the tyres a lot more slowly.
Tyranicus66
MR GUS
reakt
I have one of these. The only part about it that I don't like is that it's powered from cigarette lighter and I have to keep my engine running whilst using it to avoid flattening the car battery.
Hmm, sounds like you have a knack battery or some horrendous load leakage along the way, the draw on this for a tyre or two should make no difference unless your battery voltage is really bad / borderline ..you've got something peculiar going on I shouldn't wonder (what is the battery voltage)!?
MUCH more likely to be the blade fuse for the socket.
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Leyland Trade Contract Matt Emulsion Paint Brilliant White or Magnolia 10Ltr for £14.89 or Buy Two for £22 at Screwfix This Weekend Only

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This is great brilliant white emulsion paint - just used a couple of tubs decorating and it's excellent stuff - Leyland paint is always good. Got very good reviews. Buy 1 for £14.89 or two for £22 t…
Phila4 AvatarPhila41w, 2h agoFound 1 week, 2 hours ago14 Comments
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issyboo09
Just ordered, great find cheers!
janner43
Contract Matt has more solids and is used for great coverage. Ideal for priming new plasterwork. Vinyl paint is easier to clean & more durable but doesn't cover as well & should not be used directly onto fresh plaster. :)

Heated & 60 litres ordered for collection tomorrow. Cheers OP. :)


Edited By: janner43 on May 03, 2016 07:48: .
ashman33
Can someone explain what the difference is between a contract matt and a vinyl matt?

cheers

Edited By: ashman33 on May 02, 2016 19:21
229mel
Do not buy the magnolia of this- DISGUSTING colour!
the paint is thick/covers well and I have used the white one as a primer , works fine.. but dont get the magnolia for this-you will regret.
digitaljunior
We bought 10L of Crown paint £12 - NEVER AGAIN. It's thin as water buy this.
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Screwfix online & instore 13A 1 gang switched socket & 2 gang USB charger - £8.99 (others listed, inc cheaper unit)

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I'm only after a single, so that is what I listed, immediately voted cold, so i've put others up "lest i've offended your sensibilities by not focussing entirely on YOUR precise needs, ..there's your
MR GUS AvatarMR GUS1w, 2h agoFound 1 week, 2 hours ago5 Comments
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Nice one, however i'm more inclined to go with LAP compared to masterplug who often make totally non serviceable items, often equating to rapid obsolesence.
jsoap
£7.49 in Wickes or 2 for £13
http://www.wickes.co.uk/Masterplug-Slimline-13A-1-Gang-Socket-Twin-USB%3Fwhite/p/143315

Edited By: jsoap on Apr 29, 2016 16:29
MR GUS
tracynew
if u put in ur title 2 for £14 it might get some heat same with the double plugs

Thanks tracey, i'd stopped reading the deal email from screwfix & clearly hadn't got that far, ..but sod em! ..they can read your comment of the better deal & learn from it eh!?
tracynew
if u put in ur title 2 for £14 it might get some heat same with the double plugs
MR GUS
only fair to say why you are voting cold, you have far moreclaim against lap in the event of a problem than a generic item from fleabay that "claims" to be compliant ;)
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Karcher WV2 Premium Cordless Window Vacuum - This weekend only at Screwfix - £47.99

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This seems like a pretty good price for the whole kit. Spend another £2.01 to get free delivery to you at home, or collect in store.
Phila4 AvatarPhila41w, 2h agoFound 1 week, 2 hours agoAdd Comment
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Forge Steel Mixed Socket & Wrench set (63 pieces) @ screwfix - £49.99 via C&C (down from £89.99)

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£54.99 delivered, but to avoid delivery charge, spend 1p extra to qualify for free delivery. Something like this perhaps (always handy!)... http://www.screwfix.com/p/quicksilver-woodscrews-double-cou…
GibsonSt19 AvatarGibsonSt191w, 2h agoFound 1 week, 2 hours ago3 Comments
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GibsonSt19
I picked a set up too. The quality is great to be fair!
carlo4
Just picked on up. Great set of tools for the price! :)
GibsonSt19
Goodness knows where the 'ice-watch' deal tag has come from. It's not there when I edit the post.
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2-GANG SWITCHED SOCKET & TWIN USB CHARGER PORT. Two for £14.00. Well reviewed LAP make sold by Screwfix

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Good quality twin socket with USB chargers. Plenty of good reviews. Page does not appear to say 2 for £14, but put them in the basket and that's what they are. Hugely useful and neat, although there
racethebreeze Avatarracethebreeze1w, 3h agoFound 1 week, 3 hours ago3 Comments
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racethebreeze
Xadryxil
Works fine but found switches very close to socket so not all power adapters or any double/triple socket adapters fit.
Agreed...exactly what I've found also!

I guess because the USB sockets have gone where the switches would have been. Why didn't they put the USB sockets vertically between the two plug sockets?
racethebreeze
Xadryxil
Works fine but found switches very close to socket so not all power adapters or any double/triple socket adapters fit.

Agreed...exactly what I've found also!
Xadryxil
Works fine but found switches very close to socket so not all power adapters or any double/triple socket adapters fit.
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Hitachi 18v drill driver with 2 x 1.5Ah Li-lon Batteries @ Screwfix £79.99

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Bank holiday DIY offer till May 2nd Grab a bargain, I have one of these & it is a great DIY tool ( it has had plenty of use) don't know about it being trade rated - don't think so. 2 x 1.5Ah Li-ion ba…
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mubashar
Now £99.99
SteveCoops
Hi, thinking of buying this and the impact driver but wondering if I should go for these Hitachi's or the Dewalt version - http://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dcz298c2-gb-18v-1-3ah-xr-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill-impact-driver/7017j ?
JohnOFarrell
Also own this and find it really good. I find that once you put the drill bit in and tighten it by pressing the trigger, you then have to then just twist the black plastic part just half a turn to tighten it completely. Probably made no sense that comment but it's a great drill!
rizla01
scottswaha
Yup, got one of these, the older one anyway and the impact driver, labels say made in Japan. Never found wanting...
Why not treat yourself to one of these at the same time, normally getting on for a couple of hundred, this is the bare version for £69, uses the same batteries:|

http://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-wh18dgl-j4-18v-cordless-impact-driver-bare/5379h



Great value when you look at this - http://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-wh18dgl-18v-1-5ah-li-ion-cordless-impact-driver/2909j

http://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-wh18dgl-j4-18v-cordless-impact-driver-bare/5379h


Edited By: rizla01 on May 01, 2016 10:51
rizla01
Thanks.

Decided for the price of 2x batteries its a must-have.
Now to get rid of an aging De-walt & matching B&D
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Harris Decorators Kit 14 Piece set £14.99 @ Screwfix ( Half price ) C&C

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As above was £29.99 - for the professional decorator' not your pound shop rubbish :) 99 year guarantee - what's not to like? £34.20 on Amazon :/ Might be useful if you've a lot of painting planned any…
pennyfarthing88 Avatarpennyfarthing881w, 17h agoFound 1 week, 17 hours ago20 Comments
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Mr17mh
Thanks so much for the post! Wife's got me lined up to do Hall stairs and landing Sunday/Monday.
I've ordered this set £14.99
T class brush set £6.99
some ready mixed filler £1.59
and a roll of masking tape £1.89
Then used a £5 off £25 spend I had through the post yesterday.... After me 20p quidco it all comes in at £20.26 < :)
bamshopper
Crown paint it also top notch. If you want "professional" quality, use Hamilton brushes and pay extra for a good sheep skin roller. And like most things - look after them! Wash them out well after every use.
namsu
Nice price would have been nice with a cutting in brush but do you really need four mini rollers

Johnstones trade paint for me
huddsguy
Bought last one in Hudds.
themachman
Cheers penny,doing a spot of painting over the bank holiday ;)
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BROTHER PT-E100VP HAND-HELD LABEL PRINTER £24.99 screwfix

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Amazing price for this label printer...
pavel76 Avatarpavel761w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago7 Comments
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Shengis
Wadadli_Cooler
Brother are very good. Much better than Dymo. The print is much cleaner. I recommend buying the cheap tapes from China on eBay. They work perfectly.
Didn't realize you could get knock off tapes now. Cool :)
BeerGoggles
So what's the difference between this and the one that often comes in Liddle for £15. Is it just the case?
kelster101757
Wadadli_Cooler
Brother are very good. Much better than Dymo. The print is much cleaner. I recommend buying the cheap tapes from China on eBay. They work perfectly.
Do you have a link for ebay labels?
Thanks
RufusA
Have some heat, whilst Brother label printers are often on offer (occasionally for <£20), I don't recall ever seeing one with a charger and case at this price.
brendanhickey
holy crap comparing the product it's currently on amazon for £99
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tomyorkrules
Hi alexfn. Those Jawhorses do like very useful! Where do they go on sale for around £50 - the cheapeast I can currently find is about £130.
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magic_man
Great workbench but has been in B&Q for £45 most of last year.
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gringo1804
kramvic
On a related subject, does anyone know where to obtain the vertical clamps that they sell with one version of the Keter bench?
Not sure if these would fit but I have them and they are great.http://www.wilko.com/all-hand-tools/wilko-speed-clamp-6in/invt/0339068
Thanks mate but those are the ones I have, what I'm after are these type, as an addition:http://www.keter.com/content/images/thumbs/0015272_folding-work-table-ex.jpeg?quality=80&width=560&upscale=falsehttp://www.keter.com/content/images/thumbs/0015274_folding-work-table-ex.jpeg?quality=80&width=560&upscale=false[/quote]Got ya, can't see any anywhere on the internet, last resort try a wanted add on here on the hope somebody has a damaged bench with spare clamps.;)
gringo1804
kramvic
On a related subject, does anyone know where to obtain the vertical clamps that they sell with one version of the Keter bench?
Not sure if these would fit but I have them and they are great.http://www.wilko.com/all-hand-tools/wilko-speed-clamp-6in/invt/0339068[/quote]

Thanks mate but those are the ones I have, what I'm after are these type, as an addition:

http://www.keter.com/content/images/thumbs/0015272_folding-work-table-ex.jpeg?quality=80&width=560&upscale=false

http://www.keter.com/content/images/thumbs/0015274_folding-work-table-ex.jpeg?quality=80&width=560&upscale=false



Edited By: gringo1804 on Apr 24, 2016 21:29
kramvic
On a related subject, does anyone know where to obtain the vertical clamps that they sell with one version of the Keter bench?[/quote]Not sure if these would fit but I have them and they are great.

http://www.wilko.com/all-hand-tools/wilko-speed-clamp-6in/invt/0339068



Edited By: kramvic on Apr 24, 2016 19:04

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