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Stanley Toolbox with Toolkit RRP £62.40 reduced £17.99

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This ideal home starter kit comes with a selection of tools to get you up and running for those DIY jobs around the house. With a 19 inch durable toolbox to carry your tools and a seal tight organiser…
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banned8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
This ideal home starter kit comes with a selection of tools to get you up and running for those DIY jobs around the house. With a 19 inch durable toolbox to carry your tools and a seal tight organiser for fittings and hardware you will always be equipped for that job that needs attending. This product would be an ideal gift line for a friend or loved one with a selection of tools in a toolbox with organiser manufacture red from a leading tool brand within industry.

The pack contains the following-

* Organiser:- This organiser has no metal parts, which means no rusting and longer life, It is made from premium grade material, and carries a six year warranty.
* Moveable Dividers to allow customisation. It has a seal tight compartment to keep heavy components in place
* Toolbox:-Ideal for transporting and storing multiple tools and includes 2 removeable organisers for storing small parts. It also includes metal latches for secure locking of toolbox, a fixed organiser for screwdriver bits, removeable tote tray and an easy grip handle.
* 5 m Tape measure:-Corrosion resistant long life nylon coated blade. It as a bi-material case for improved grip, positive blade lock for accurate measurements, belt clip, 3 rivet hook which reduces risk of breakage and is 40% stronger than a 2 rivet hook construction
* 16oz Blue strike hammer:-Fully forged and heat treated head for strength and performance. The tubular oval shaft combines strength with a lightweight feel and the blue colour co-ordinated flock filled vinyl grips are impervious to heat, oil and most solvents
* 99e Retractable blade knife:-Grey painted die-cast metal body ergonomically shaped for a good comfortable grip. The amount of blade extension can be controlled by blade shifter. The blade can be fully retracted into the body for safety. Supplied with 3 blades stored in the handle for safety and convenience
* Cushion grip 6.5mm screwriver:-Chrome plated bar, corrosion resistant, soft grip handle provides excellent torque and comfort, smooth domed end for fast spinning action , peed and comfort. It has a large diameter handle which offers greater torque needed for driving wood screws. Highgrade steel bar allows for high torque and reduces chance of tip breakage
* Cushion grip 2PT PZ screwdriver is corrosion resistant with a soft grip handle which provides excellent torque and comfort. It has a smooth domed end for fast spinning action, speed and comfort. The large diameter handle offers greater torque needed for driving wood screws,tip identification for the right screwdriver for each screw type, high grade steel bar allows for high torque and reduces chance of tip breakage, magnetic tips, easy pick up and screw locator



Box Contents
# 1x Stanley jumbo toolbox 19in + tray
# 1x Stanley seal tight organiser
# 1x Stanley pocket tape 5m/16ft
# 1x Stanley blue strike hammer 16oz
# 1x Stanley cushion grip screwdriver 6.5mm 150mm flare
# 1x Stanley cushion grip screwdriver 2PT PZ 100mm flare
# 1x Stanley 99E retractable blade knife with 3 1992 blades
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#1
never 62.40 but ok for 18.00 and fine for the home
#2
£62-40p must be a joke might just about be worth £17-99p although i wouldn't buy it.
#3
den169
£62-40p must be a joke might just about be worth £17-99p although i wouldn't buy it.


I agree, its very easy to see the supposed original price and the excellent saving you are making and just order because you think its a bargain. I'm a real sucker for buying tools but I won't be buying this.
#4
Stan;ey gear is usually well over priced but not THAT over priced.

You can often get the same from Lidl for about £10 or even less.

Fine if you have no tools whatsoever and you like brand names.
#5
You must be a bit of a tool (:whistling:) to pay full whack for this but if you do actually need the items contained in this kit,then it's a pretty hot deal (imo)..........at a push.
#6
Yes the original price is way over the top.....I expected to see about a dozen tools for that price.

However it's still a reasonable price at £17.99
#7
you can pick up empty toolbox from Lidl. for 4.99, Screw driver set for 2.99. Pick a hammer from Wilko or screwfix for 1.99. job done all for 10.00 pounds...

http://www.lidl.co.uk/uk/home.nsf/pages/c.o.20081031.index.ar3
#8
The 19" tool box is a tenner at Wilkinsons and was on offer for £8 a while back. It's about worth the £18, but not much more.
#9
For a couple of quid more you would be better buying the following: -

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51PoY6rX3JL._SS400_.jpg

Nice Full Toolbox for £19.99

Full of tools and slightly brighter in colour so you dont lose it at the back of the garage :thumbsup:
#10
Is that a selection of hair grips on the top tray? :whistling:
#11
Love Stanley tools - always work out cheaper than buying other cheaper tools .... but this looks very pricey for such few tools, so not hot, nor cold; just a rock-solid lukewarm !
#13
pugw$sh
Is that a selection of hair grips on the top tray? :whistling:


and a bracelet by the looks of things :w00t:
#14


that is pretty good value.

...But why did they brand everything with the word "value" printed on?? They might as well have just printed "cheap" on everything. No one wants their tools to say "value" on them. I want my tools to say "expert" or "master" or "pro grade" on them, even if they're not.

:?
#15
pubjoe
that is pretty good value.

...But why did they brand everything with the word "value" printed on?? They might as well have just printed "cheap" on everything. No one wants their tools to say "value" on them. I want my tools to say "expert" or "master" or "pro grade" on them, even if they're not.

:?


LOL, any tool that has "expert" or "master" or "pro grade" on them is usualy cheap garbage.
#16
redline
For a couple of quid more you would be better buying the following: -

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51PoY6rX3JL._SS400_.jpg




Just picked up one of these from Thorntons (fudge packing dept), down Wardour St way. I'm tickled pink with it.
#17
bhupeshm;3317390
you can pick up empty toolbox from Lidl. for 4.99, Screw driver set for 2.99. Pick a hammer from Wilko or screwfix for 1.99. job done all for 10.00 pounds...

http://www.lidl.co.uk/uk/home.nsf/pages/c.o.20081031.index.ar3


but the quality is *****!
#18


if you want draper stuff, go to asda...they have the value stuff which is ok for basic jobs and dead cheap too
#19
My dad had some tools made from Stanley and Draper this was over almost 30 years ago now, still got them. Quality tools back then, unfortunately they just do not have the same build quality anymore.

I personally stay away from them and stick to Bahco, CK, Rothenberger, etc... a bit more expensive but quality. I do have some Draper expert VDE scredrivers though which are excellent.
#20
pubjoe;3321433
that is pretty good value.

...But why did they brand everything with the word "value" printed on?? They might as well have just printed "cheap" on everything. No one wants their tools to say "value" on them. I want my tools to say "expert" or "master" or "pro grade" on them, even if they're not.

:?


i know, goes against the marketing principle of branding
#21
Can't believe how hot this has become, come on people, it was never worth £62 and is really not that great a deal.
banned#22
pealy
Can't believe how hot this has become, come on people, it was never worth £62 and is really not that great a deal.


Do I detect a touch of the green eyed monster. Obviously I've got an eye for what HUKDer's like. You might have it one day my apprentice.:-D

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