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Tesco Claw Hammer £1.00

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my tesco has a new £1 section and in it is this hammer - hell use it once then throw away its that cheap Read More
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9y, 4m agoFound 9 years, 4 months ago
my tesco has a new £1 section and in it is this hammer - hell use it once then throw away its that cheap
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[HUKD Blog Network]#1
Been looking for a Valentines gift for my darling husband and this is perfect! :-D
#2
karri123
Been looking for a Valentines gift for my darling husband and this is perfect! :-D


good thinking hope you like your ironing board cover hes got you :p
[HUKD Blog Network]#3
Nothing would surprise me anymore ;-)
Anyway, dont want to spam ur thread-so nice find and head added (oh and if you happen to spot anything else suitable around 98p cheaper, please post :-D )
#4
nice one, getting into the theft trade just became a hell of a lot cheaper :) thanks lol
banned#5
Yep this will make a nice valentines pressie for the wife I've been onto her about fixing the shed roof since before xmas
#6
karri123
......so nice find and head added....


:whistling:
banned#7
Tescos are now supplying the criminal fraternity direct
#8
Most offers on here can't touch this
#9
SHOWMAN36
Tescos are now supplying the criminal fraternity direct


made my day and stole a criminal type joke from me but im bad with words so well done!
#10
callused
Most offers on here can't touch this


:lol:
#11
SHOWMAN36
Tescos are now supplying the criminal fraternity direct


Yep, no doubt the powers that be will be blaming cheap weapons/tools for the state of some of our youth is in today. Once they're done blaming video games and other things off course.....
#12
GREAT DEAL!!! i REALLY FANCIED GETTING HAMMERED!!!
#13
Peter Sutcliffe would be voting this hot i'm sure!
#14
Tesco..... hammering down prices!





I'll get my coat.
#15
Coldfinger
Tesco..... hammering down prices!





I'll get my coat.


Oh dear...
#16
This is what B & Q should be doing not tesco, just goes to show if tesco can do it why cant B&Q lower their prices lol
banned#17
Perfect gift for valentines.
banned#18
davcohen;1575096
This is what B & Q should be doing not tesco, just goes to show if tesco can do it why cant B&Q lower their prices lol

You have to be some sort of idiot to buy tools from B&Q in the first place. Wickes, Screwfix etc are much cheaper.
#19
karri123
nice find and head added


Its a nice offer but heat will do:oops: :p;-)
#20
With Tesco bringing out high street clothes shops this year how long will it be before tesco become the B&Q???
#21
Great deal. They also had a 22 piece screw driver set and a 16 piece drill bit set both for a pound each. Such great value They really are trying to drill into you the fact that things don't have to be expensive:oops:
#22
Might use this to get out of this damn Shawshank prison :(
[HUKD Blog Network]#23
janz70
Its a nice offer but heat will do:oops: :p;-)


oooh the shame :oops:
Thatll teach me to post after a glass (or two!) of vino! :-D
#24
elofty
With Tesco bringing out high street clothes shops this year how long will it be before tesco become the B&Q???


I think they are trying to compete with every shop/business on the planet - TESCO FOR WORLD DOMINATION - but they do have some bargains for now as they have to compete but wait till the competition is gone :shock::shock::evil::evil::cry:
#25
Clearly, nobody is interested in the quality of these bits of tool tat.

A bargain is only a bargain if it's any good. As for the OP saying use it once and throw it away, I struggle to think of a more wastelful exercise.

This rubbish (how can it be anything but rubbish at this price?) is probably mass produced in China, shipped around the world by water and then around England by road at great environmental cost just so we can but bad tools at so-called bargain prices that will probably last 5 minutes of normal use before we have to throw them away.

How many of you will drive to your nearest recycling centre to get rid of this stuff?

Sorry, voted cold.
#26
Oddfellow
As for the OP saying use it once and throw it away, I struggle to think of a more wastelful exercise. .


Is was said in jest - lighten up :roll:

As for the quality "its a hammer, you hit nails with it", unless the head is made out of lead (unlikely at this price) it will bash them in just fine and have a perfectly long life being used occasionally by the average DIYer

And while your on the subject of climate change / pollution and the whole ethical thing, I dont see you complaining much about how the oil gets from the middleast and into your car as petrol, or the electricity you use come from polluting power plants or that we started it all with the industrial revolution, so you cant blame china for having thiers. or Is it a case of do as I say, not as I do?:whistling:
banned#27
Oddfellow;1575722
Clearly, nobody is interested in the quality of these bits of tool tat.

A bargain is only a bargain if it's any good. As for the OP saying use it once and throw it away, I struggle to think of a more wastelful exercise.

This rubbish (how can it be anything but rubbish at this price?) is probably mass produced in China, shipped around the world by water and then around England by road at great environmental cost just so we can but bad tools at so-called bargain prices that will probably last 5 minutes of normal use before we have to throw them away.

How many of you will drive to your nearest recycling centre to get rid of this stuff?

Sorry, voted cold.


*yawn*
#28
Oddfellow
Clearly, nobody is interested in the quality of these bits of tool tat.

A bargain is only a bargain if it's any good. As for the OP saying use it once and throw it away, I struggle to think of a more wastelful exercise.

This rubbish (how can it be anything but rubbish at this price?) is probably mass produced in China, shipped around the world by water and then around England by road at great environmental cost just so we can but bad tools at so-called bargain prices that will probably last 5 minutes of normal use before we have to throw them away.

How many of you will drive to your nearest recycling centre to get rid of this stuff?

Sorry, voted cold.

Well if that's your attitude I hope you don't drink bottled water like Evian... Shipping that stuff around the world is harmful to the environment, especially when in MOST places there is no need for drinking these kinds of bottled water. People who care, should only be drinking locally bottled spa water or filtered tap water. Personally I don't care - just saying!

It just does my head in when you see these hippie kinds protesting on the telle preaching about how xyz is bad for the environment - when they have a bottle of ****ing Evian in their hands.
#29
spladam

It just does my head in when you see these hippie kinds protesting on the telle preaching about how xyz is bad for the environment - when they have a bottle of ****ing Evian in their hands.


Hippy types preaching while holding Evian? What channel are you watching, the Hippies With Evian channel?

The guy does have a point - cheap steel tools like hammers that bend and screws where the thread strips are worse than useless, they're fake bargains. Pay decent money and get a hammer that will last you for years. It's common sense as well as ecologically sound.

Mind you if you're really worried about the environment you shouldn't be hanging round hotUKdeals, which is after all about consuming...
#30
spladam
Well if that's your attitude I hope you don't drink bottled water like Evian... Shipping that stuff around the world is harmful to the environment, especially when in MOST places there is no need for drinking these kinds of bottled water. People who care, should only be drinking locally bottled spa water or filtered tap water. Personally I don't care - just saying!

It just does my head in when you see these hippie kinds protesting on the telle preaching about how xyz is bad for the environment - when they have a bottle of ****ing Evian in their hands.


Err. No. Bottled water is an amazing waste of money. We pay more than enough to the water companies - tap water is fine. If you really don't like it, filter it.
#31
janz70
Is was said in jest - lighten up :roll:

As for the quality "its a hammer, you hit nails with it", unless the head is made out of lead (unlikely at this price) it will bash them in just fine and have a perfectly long life being used occasionally by the average DIYer

And while your on the subject of climate change / pollution and the whole ethical thing, I dont see you complaining much about how the oil gets from the middleast and into your car as petrol, or the electricity you use come from polluting power plants or that we started it all with the industrial revolution, so you cant blame china for having thiers. or Is it a case of do as I say, not as I do?:whistling:


Well, you don't see me complaining as, clearly, this is not the forum to complain in.....

I don't like it any more than the next man, but the way the world is is the way the world is. There's always a choice and like you, I choose to buy fuel for my cars, for my boats, for my chain saws, pressure washers, lawn mowers and so on. If I could buy it from a company that extracted it from the centre of Norwich, I'd try to make a concious choice to do so.

But to follow that arguement, there would have to be a company drilling in Norwich - please find it for me and I'll try to buy. However, in all liklihood, there is a company in the UK that makes hammers. Sheffield would be a good place to start. Hey, it might be a few quid more that this bit of rubbish, but the shaft won't bend when you try to use the claw to pull out a difficult nail which is what is most likely to happen to a £1 hammer.

Why is something considered to be a bargain because it's cheap? It's cheap for a reason and that reason is that it's rubbish.
#32
Excellent find, I need a hammer to finish building the cross trainer I found on here...
Me and my blooming impulse buys :whistling:
#33
Oddfellow
Err. No. Bottled water is an amazing waste of money. We pay more than enough to the water companies - tap water is fine. If you really don't like it, filter it.

Hmm :thinking:
Did I ever say I don't like tap water?

I drink that all the time - Yorkshire Water is amazing. I do drink bottled water sometimes (mainly when out), and then, I don't give a **** about the morals behind it.

I was merely pointing out people who harp on about xyz doing such and such to the environment, yet drink bottled water from the other side of the planet and such when there are perfectly good local alternatives.

Think before you post. :)
#34
Evian - Naive

Having said that, what is someone meant to do when they're out? We don't have water fountains everywhere, so sometimes you need to buy some water.
#35
pakichan
Evian - Naive

Having said that, what is someone meant to do when they're out? We don't have water fountains everywhere, so sometimes you need to buy some water.

Buy locally bottled stuff?

There is plenty of it about.

And as I keep saying... I do buy Evian., Vittel et al as I quite like the taste. I don't care about the 'environmental damage' that is caused by shipping it across the globe. I am just making a point about people who whinge about buying things from the otherside of the world only to throw it away.
#36
spladam
Buy locally bottled stuff?

There is plenty of it about.

And as I keep saying... I do buy Evian., Vittel et al as I quite like the taste. I don't care about the 'environmental damage' that is caused by shipping it across the globe. I am just making a point about people who whinge about buying things from the otherside of the world only to throw it away.


I normally don't care what brand of water I buy tbh. To me it all tastes the same...Don't care if it's local, national or international.

I haven't even read your posts so I wasn't replying directly to you. Just noticing I think it's interesting Evian spelt backwards is Naive. Must just be me then....
#37
spladam
Hmm :thinking:
Did I ever say I don't like tap water?

I drink that all the time - Yorkshire Water is amazing. I do drink bottled water sometimes (mainly when out), and then, I don't give a **** about the morals behind it.

I was merely pointing out people who harp on about xyz doing such and such to the environment, yet drink bottled water from the other side of the planet and such when there are perfectly good local alternatives.

Think before you post. :)



No. In a round-about way you were attempting to accuse me of drinking it. Perhaps you should think before making sweeping generalisations.
1 Like #38
spladam
edit......I don't care about the 'environmental damage' that is caused by shipping it across the globe.


Nice, responsible attitiude.

You're not American are you?
#39
Oddfellow
Nice, responsible attitiude.

You're not American are you?


:-D Quality.
#40
Oddfellow


I don't like it any more than the next man, but the way the world is is the way the world is. There's always a choice and like you, I choose to buy fuel for my cars, for my boats, for my chain saws, pressure washers, lawn mowers and so on. If I could buy it from a company that extracted it from the centre of Norwich, I'd try to make a concious choice to do so.

But to follow that arguement, there would have to be a company drilling in Norwich - please find it for me and I'll try to buy. However, in all liklihood, there is a company in the UK that makes hammers. Sheffield would be a good place to start. Hey, it might be a few quid more that this bit of rubbish, but the shaft won't bend when you try to use the claw to pull out a difficult nail which is what is most likely to happen to a £1 hammer.

Why is something considered to be a bargain because it's cheap? It's cheap for a reason and that reason is that it's rubbish.


so your not willing to follow your morels and walk / pedal to work wearing your hemp suit with no man made substance about your person - face it its how the world economy works - if its cheaper some where and its of decent quality, people buy it

oh and where do you think the world gets most of its steel from now a days - thats right its from the country that has the biggest steel/ iron deposits in the world - that would be China - do you think your nice sheffield steel comes from sheffield , its a process do dummy

At the end of the day its all down to pounds and pence - if the Norwich petrol was £4.00 a litre and other ordinary petrol was £1.07 a litre which would you choose - yes thats right, the same goes with the Chinese hammer

please know what your taking about before you start preaching about it :roll:

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