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Hive 1 Smart Heating Control & Thermostat £60.00 @ Toolstation

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Hive heating system will be half price from toolstation soon. I just received the latest catalogue and it's on the front page reduced from £120 current price to £60. Deal starts 01/06 Free Delivery Read More
Hive heating system will be half price from toolstation soon. I just received the latest catalogue and it's on the front page reduced from £120 current price to £60. Deal starts 01/06 Free Delivery
refix Avatar12h, 48m agoFound 12 hours, 48 minutes ago17 Comments
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kiltyman
MacPhisto
Is the offer only for the full system? Moved house a couple of months back, Hive receiver and thermostat already installed, but need the hub to use with app. Best offer I can see at the moment is £64 just for the hub :(


i need the hub also
You could purchase the item and sell the bits you dont need on ebay and recuperate some money back.
MacPhisto
Is the offer only for the full system? Moved house a couple of months back, Hive receiver and thermostat already installed, but need the hub to use with app. Best offer I can see at the moment is £64 just for the hub :(
You could purchase the item and sell the bits you dont need on ebay and recuperate some money back.
chrisst170
My system is duel zone, I understand that hive 1 can only control 1 zone and hot water. Can I use this to control 1 zone and hot water, then leave the 2nd zone on the normal thermostat? Could I install it in series with the current controller/ timer?
Thanks.
You could install it in series and yes you could still connect hot, heating and leave the second zone seperate. I would only attempt this if you know what you are doing.
I was holding out for a Nest but this is so very tempting!
bluecityste
Is this system any good?
And how hard is it to instal with a combi boiler?
Thanks
It seems pretty straight forward to install. Instructions are very good if you get confused.
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Screwless Flat Brushed Steel Fused Spur 13A 13A Switched £1.63 @ Toolstation.

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Needed to buy something to take my spend over £10 for free delivery, thought this was a bargain..... Screwless Flat Brushed Steel Fused Spur 13A 13A Switched Read More
Needed to buy something to take my spend over £10 for free delivery, thought this was a bargain..... Screwless Flat Brushed Steel Fused Spur 13A 13A Switched
wellhellothere Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago2 Comments
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have been this price in their clearance section for over 2 years.. but a good price all the same
Great deat
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Combi spanner set 6 piece 8-17mm £3.88 @ Toolstation C&C

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Just having a browse around toolstations website and spotted this spanner set which appears to be a good buy compared to elsewhere. Admittedly only 6 pieces but these are likely to be the sizes yo… Read More
Just having a browse around toolstations website and spotted this spanner set which appears to be a good buy compared to elsewhere. Admittedly only 6 pieces but these are likely to be the sizes yo…
pennyfarthing88 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago15 Comments
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Thanks OP.

Edited By: Proveright on May 19, 2017 03:25
Interesting
Thanks
scoobytawazara
markweatherill
It doesn't say if these are clockwise or anti-clockwise spanners.
they also have metric adjustable spanners


They actually do exist. 25mm and 1" max jaw size.
0.4mm difference. (centrally adjust glasses)
markweatherill
It doesn't say if these are clockwise or anti-clockwise spanners.
they also have metric adjustable spanners
It doesn't say if these are clockwise or anti-clockwise spanners.
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5 Pack LED Lamp GLS Non Dimmable 10W (60W Equivalent) BC 810lm A+ ONLY £7.98 @ Toolstation

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These are the Bayonet type. The Edison Screw ones are the same price. http://www.toolstation.com/shop/Lighting/d220/LED+GLS+Lamps/sd3382/LED+GLS+Non+Dimmable+Lamp/p37727 Thanks Batista. There are Read More
These are the Bayonet type. The Edison Screw ones are the same price. http://www.toolstation.com/shop/Lighting/d220/LED+GLS+Lamps/sd3382/LED+GLS+Non+Dimmable+Lamp/p37727 Thanks Batista. There are
getmeone Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago14 Comments
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Nicolas
What's the diff between these and the normal energy saver ones which are about 8 or 9w and they give an equivalent 60w yet cost much less to buy?
Also the pound store has leds for a pound each they r 3 w and give off 25w
By energy saver I think you are referring to "Fluorescent" tube type ones. Not sure if you noticed how long they take to get to full brightness, but I find it incredibly annoying. Your point about the pound shop ones is that they are 3w. 25/30W equivalent in a bedroom might be OK for you but in the lounge or kitchen I prefer to see what I am doing. There may also be a difference in the electronic controls for those other 3W lamps. Some of the cheaper ones have been reported to give off high levels of interference due to the poor circuitry. Not saying that is the case for the PS ones, but could be.

Edited By: getmeone on May 19, 2017 10:27
What's the diff between these and the normal energy saver ones which are about 8 or 9w and they give an equivalent 60w yet cost much less to buy?
Also the pound store has leds for a pound each they r 3 w and give off 25w
Would these be as good as the Phillips master led bulbs?
darren93
It's easy to compare efficency. The more Lumens per Watt the better. This is 810 Lumens, and is 10W, 81 Lm per W. Checked Amazon, the first two Edison best selling bulbs are 88 Lm/W, and 100lm/W. However they're £4.50 and £5.00 a bulb respectively. That is about the same light of 800lm in an 9W bulb, and a 8W bulb. A 1W difference left on 24/7, costs about a £1.00 a year. Or for 6 hours a day 25p a year. Would take 15 years to pay the difference in efficency alone. The comment above complaining about efficency is not something to take seriously. I would worry more about spectrum coverage, build quality and colour temperature.
Thanks darren93. Given your figures.
81Lm/W v 88Lm/W or 100Lm/W would equate 8% less and 19% less efficient respectifively.
However anonymoose1 suggests they are at least 20% less efficient, so would you be using a different methodology?
How do these compare to screwfix ones?
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Instant Nails 330ml - £1.00 @ Toolstation (C&C)

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I use this all the time. It has got to be the best product invented ever. I saw the deal for 3 tubes of "No more nails" at Tesco for £7.99 and did a quick search on here to see if Sika/Everbuild Insta… Read More
I use this all the time. It has got to be the best product invented ever. I saw the deal for 3 tubes of "No more nails" at Tesco for £7.99 and did a quick search on here to see if Sika/Everbuild Insta…
nougat Avatar1m, 16h agoFound 1 month, 16 hours ago24 Comments
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That is interesting stuff if you google search the image. I hadn't heard of glue porn before.
fishmaster
ashtad
Pepp77
Excellent price I usually use Pink Grip from Screwfix for £1.95 a tube. It has always impressed me, any body able to offer a comparison?
From experience I don't think you will beat the original green solvent based Gripfill for bonding capabilities. The problem I have always found with the non solvent based grab adhesives is they are not as strong.
Sometimes Google Image searches work out for the best >http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-YNV1C94D0T4/TrSiTWkH-MI/AAAAAAAAABU/YgKq5UusCic/s1600/vlcsnap-7812285.png
Thanks I put it in the title


Edited By: nougat on Apr 27, 2017 21:46: spelling error in title. or TITle
bulkybuy
What's near for sticking skirting boards to the walls without using screws etc? (Thanks)


If your walls are straight then it should be fine. However if they have a curve then you will need something a bit stronger maybe the green gripfill and if that fails then plug and screw them
works ok not fantastic.

this is also avaliable in home bargains if it helps anyone
Love this stuff - not a deal for me as I already have 4 tubes in the garage!
Heated.

Edited By: simonspeakeasy on Apr 27, 2017 10:02
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Bosch rotak rotary lawn mower - £84.90 @ Toolstation

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Good deal on a decent lawnmower cheaper than b&q and many others who have this on sale at the moment Read More
Good deal on a decent lawnmower cheaper than b&q and many others who have this on sale at the moment
JediRicky Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago1 Comment
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Hive Active Heating™ Kit with Professional Installation @ Tool Station - £199.96

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Thought this was a good deal WITH installation.... Can get it cheaper if you go with the British Gas deal that was posted, but you have to be an existing BG customer. Read More
Thought this was a good deal WITH installation.... Can get it cheaper if you go with the British Gas deal that was posted, but you have to be an existing BG customer.
bigmaz Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago18 Comments
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cibarious
bigmaz
cibarious
bigmaz
Some people are happy not progressing with tech, but I want to be able to do this:http://i65.tinypic.com/vxhy68.png
Hi, as we have already agreed, we are all different (and boring it would be if we weren't 8) )
I am all for useful technology of all forms but, to me, this is technology for technology's sake and would add nothing to my life, even if it were free.
I don't agree with "this is technology for technology's sake", this is ideal if someone is disabled, and cannot currently control any of these things from their chair, now they have the independence to do so.
Also, what if you happen to forget to turn your heating off and you are already 1 hour down the road on your way to a 2 week holiday? Those are only 2 examples. Its all pretty useful, not just a gimmick :)
Even if it was just " technology for technology's sake", then I would rather that than remain in a boring world where we only invent things for a boring purpose. :)
Oh, I totally agree with your disabled example and there are, of course, exceptions but I was talking about myself.
Your holiday example does not apply to me either because I have great neighbours. :D
Personally, I am very grateful to the early adopters and, like you, I wouldn't want only boring things to be invented. After all, at some time, I might be far less able than I am now and so would be very grateful to the early adopters who have test-bedded the technology so that it can be made cheaply for the masses.
As I believe I suggested when we entered this dialogue, for myself this is neither VFM nor is it offering me any benefits. oO
Thank you for taking the time to respond, it's appreciated. (we need more emoticons on here as I wanted a thumbs up to end)

What if your neighbors are on holiday too??? Hehehe!!

The only scary thing about it all, is the more smart we make our home, the more vulnerable we are to people hacking it all :| can imagine someone hacing into my heating and making my flat like a sauna just for a laugh X)
bigmaz
cibarious
bigmaz
Some people are happy not progressing with tech, but I want to be able to do this:http://i65.tinypic.com/vxhy68.png
Hi, as we have already agreed, we are all different (and boring it would be if we weren't 8) )
I am all for useful technology of all forms but, to me, this is technology for technology's sake and would add nothing to my life, even if it were free.
I don't agree with "this is technology for technology's sake", this is ideal if someone is disabled, and cannot currently control any of these things from their chair, now they have the independence to do so.
Also, what if you happen to forget to turn your heating off and you are already 1 hour down the road on your way to a 2 week holiday? Those are only 2 examples. Its all pretty useful, not just a gimmick :)
Even if it was just " technology for technology's sake", then I would rather that than remain in a boring world where we only invent things for a boring purpose. :)
Oh, I totally agree with your disabled example and there are, of course, exceptions but I was talking about myself.

Your holiday example does not apply to me either because I have great neighbours. :D

Personally, I am very grateful to the early adopters and, like you, I wouldn't want only boring things to be invented. After all, at some time, I might be far less able than I am now and so would be very grateful to the early adopters who have test-bedded the technology so that it can be made cheaply for the masses.

As I believe I suggested when we entered this dialogue, for myself this is neither VFM nor is it offering me any benefits. oO

Thank you for taking the time to respond, it's appreciated. (we need more emoticons on here as I wanted a thumbs up to end)
cibarious
bigmaz
Some people are happy not progressing with tech, but I want to be able to do this:http://i65.tinypic.com/vxhy68.png
Hi, as we have already agreed, we are all different (and boring it would be if we weren't 8) )
I am all for useful technology of all forms but, to me, this is technology for technology's sake and would add nothing to my life, even if it were free.

I don't agree with "this is technology for technology's sake", this is ideal if someone is disabled, and cannot currently control any of these things from their chair, now they have the independence to do so.

Also, what if you happen to forget to turn your heating off and you are already 1 hour down the road on your way to a 2 week holiday? Those are only 2 examples. Its all pretty useful, not just a gimmick :)

Even if it was just " technology for technology's sake", then I would rather that than remain in a boring world where we only invent things for a boring purpose. :)

Edited By: bigmaz on Apr 14, 2017 10:44
bigmaz
Some people are happy not progressing with tech, but I want to be able to do this:http://i65.tinypic.com/vxhy68.png
Hi, as we have already agreed, we are all different (and boring it would be if we weren't 8) )

I am all for useful technology of all forms but, to me, this is technology for technology's sake and would add nothing to my life, even if it were free.
cibarious
bigmaz
cibarious
bigmaz
cibarious
...and how long will it take to recover the cost of this gizmo with the smaller gas bills?
Just curious as I've seen umpteen of these deals and can see no financial benefit in the short or medium term and, as technology has proven so many times before, by the time medium term is here there will have been several new and improved gizmos and you go round the loop again.
I am not interested in the financial benefit, I just want the convenience :)
OK, I'll bite - what convenience? ;)
Being able to switch my heating on or off when not in the house, setting the temp while sitting in the living room watching TV. Might not sound like something you are interested in, but I like that convenience.
Fair enough and thanks for taking the time to reply. :)
You're right about me, I cannot see that as value for money or even a great convenience. I'll wait until they mind read before I indulge. ;)

Some people are happy not progressing with tech, but I want to be able to do this:

http://i65.tinypic.com/vxhy68.png
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Karcher K2 Compact Pressure Washer and Patio Cleaner 240V 110 bar £74.97 @ Toolstation

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I've been watching these for a while.....best price I've seen so far.... Read More
I've been watching these for a while.....best price I've seen so far....
Monkeybumcheeks Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago38 Comments
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I see a hole at back of Karcher K 2 but doesnt look like a connection for shampoo hose ???? £55 B & Q


Edited By: wlovell47 on Apr 18, 2017 12:24
SewerSide
Monkeybumcheeks
SewerSide
6 weeks ago these were £60 in Homebase (http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/karcher-k2-home-pressure-washer-includes-vario-lance-dirtblaster-t50-t-racer-patio-2612578), so you can't have been watching for that long!
If only I had a time machine, I could go back and purchase one !
Next time I post a deal I will CONSTANTLY monitor it for at least two months (_;)
You don't need a time machine, now £60 on Amazon.
No it's not....
Monkeybumcheeks
SewerSide
6 weeks ago these were £60 in Homebase (http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/karcher-k2-home-pressure-washer-includes-vario-lance-dirtblaster-t50-t-racer-patio-2612578), so you can't have been watching for that long!
If only I had a time machine, I could go back and purchase one !
Next time I post a deal I will CONSTANTLY monitor it for at least two months (_;)
You don't need a time machine, now £60 on Amazon.
I got one of these in a new year sale (minus the patio cleaner) for £32 in Tesco. Nothing wrong with the K2 at all, it's been fine for cleaning slabs and the car. I only thought it would last a year but it still works fine. Seems very overpriced at £72 even with the patio cleaner.

The soap syphon thingy on mine had never worked but it's not really a big deal.
colganraz
I have the nilfisk and found the patio cleaner pants, ended up just using the lance to clean the patio.. not sure how the karcher compares

Agreed, I find the patio cleaners hopeless, just swirls the dirty water around under the unit, using a dirtblaster lance is far easier, aim away and in the direction you want water to go.
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Tool Station SDS keyed chuck adapter for you cockneys or adaptor for you Americans! - £4.75 @ Toolstation

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picked one up this morning to do a small job and at the same time pick up another sds adaptor or adapter with a keyless chuck for £ 7.87 a good mornings work was had by all.;) Read More
picked one up this morning to do a small job and at the same time pick up another sds adaptor or adapter with a keyless chuck for £ 7.87 a good mornings work was had by all.;)
urbanbushwacker Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago13 Comments
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hhali
any one know where i can get the reverse - 3 jaw to SDS adapter?
sry no idea
but could you not just put your sds drill bit straight in to your non sds drill? make sure it clamps down on the shaft.



Edited By: AzeemB on Mar 19, 2017 00:09
any one know where i can get the reverse - 3 jaw to SDS adapter?
Bought similar for screwfix with my Makita sds a few years back, very useful and yes it states all over to turn off the hammer function as does this in the one liner description, those muppets who can't read or think it's a good idea to ignore maybe buy a few as they are cheap ?
better off buying a cheap drill instead?
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Plano Hard Base Tool Bag 68x23x30cm, £26.14 from Toolstation.com

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Large sized hard bottom tool bag on clearance price at Toolstation. Can be delivered or click & collect from in store. Read More
Large sized hard bottom tool bag on clearance price at Toolstation. Can be delivered or click & collect from in store.
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MK Logic Plus twin outlet Plus USB 21.98 + Free Delivery @ Toolstation

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One of the best brands for electrical has added USB to their superb twin 240V sockets. This is 25 pounds on amazon or tool station. Here a bit cheaper. Read More
One of the best brands for electrical has added USB to their superb twin 240V sockets. This is 25 pounds on amazon or tool station. Here a bit cheaper.
z4ndr Avatar3m, 3d agoFound 3 months, 3 days ago4 Comments
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3.1a twin socket / twin pack for £18 at screwfix... BG British brand too !
frenchian
MKs quality is far superior to that of almost any other electrical fitment supplier. I have been waiting for them to release this product - but unfortunately the price is too high for my liking.
It is a bit steep indeed :-( But we exclusively have MK logic plus (have a Varilte Vpro LED dimmer as the only non MK and it annoys me). have been waiting a long time too. I read that really high current may charge fast but wrecks batteries unless they are smart sockets. (qualcom quick charge thingy)
MKs quality is far superior to that of almost any other electrical fitment supplier. I have been waiting for them to release this product - but unfortunately the price is too high for my liking.
Only 2A total, not 2A x2 according to a review.
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Milwaukee 12v Lithium-ion Compact Combi Drill £86.06 (with code) Inc Delivery or C and C

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£86.06 @ Toolstation
Superb drill for the price, comes with case, 2 x 2.0Ah Lithium Batteries, fast charger and case. The drill is normally £159.82 at toolstation, it's on offer at £99.82 at the moment, and with the code… Read More
Superb drill for the price, comes with case, 2 x 2.0Ah Lithium Batteries, fast charger and case. The drill is normally £159.82 at toolstation, it's on offer at £99.82 at the moment, and with the code…
INDUSTRYHATER Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago12 Comments
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Bargain for the price. My favourite (after trying a few similar ones)
Excellent make and compact and great value!!? Just ordered it on free delivery hope it turns out well.......now what to do with those washers!!?
Many thanks for posting this - just purchased one. heat added.
tek-monkey
mayzi
tek-monkey
Stop tempting me, I already have 4 drills!
But this one is compact.......
I'd happily buy a impact off you if the price is right lol
Don't have one, I have 4 normal drills. A wired Bosch and Worx SDS, a NiCad B&D and a lighter Li-Ion B&D. Yet I still want this one for some reason!
Terrible! Lol
mayzi
tek-monkey
Stop tempting me, I already have 4 drills!
But this one is compact.......
I'd happily buy a impact off you if the price is right lol

Don't have one, I have 4 normal drills. A wired Bosch and Worx SDS, a NiCad B&D and a lighter Li-Ion B&D. Yet I still want this one for some reason!
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GU10 Led 5W cool or warm white 5 pack only £4.99 @ Toolstation free C&C

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Bought some of these today and boy are they bright, much better that the halogen bulbs they've replaced. 5 Pack LED. Plastic body. • 38° beam angle • Equivalent to 55W • Warm white 3000K, cool… Read More
Bought some of these today and boy are they bright, much better that the halogen bulbs they've replaced. 5 Pack LED. Plastic body. • 38° beam angle • Equivalent to 55W • Warm white 3000K, cool…
verysleepy Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago33 Comments
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One of the first LED GU10's I bought has just failed. Only purchased maybe 6 months ago and it was an Ever Ready bulb sold by B & M. Not cheap either. Sometimes buying a "known" brand at a greater price isn't the best plan. Possibly one to avoid as when I bought them originally one of them didn't work straight out of the packet. Unless of course they are fake and made in someone's shack in the far east.

For anyone who is interested the Ever Ready were cool white 5W. I have eight spots in my kitchen. I replaced the dud one with one of the warm white purchased from Toolstation. No difference in colour temperature that I can see. As I said before the Toolstation warm white do not appear to have the yellow tinge associated with other warm white brand.
Yep mine got cancelled too, none in stock at the warehouse.

Have to make a trip to a local store sometime soon as they have some in stock.
merrycherry
Ordered 3 packs a few days ago, just got phone call saying order cancelled, non in stock, marvelous.


Try screwfix excellent deals there too.
Ordered 3 packs a few days ago, just got phone call saying order cancelled, non in stock, marvelous.
Is it a light house ??
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Milwaukee M12 BPD-202C with 2xLi-ion batteries, charge and case £99.82 @ Toolstation

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They are doing a discount on the whole range, but this little drill is the best deal by far. Saving over £60 to the nearest competitor. Little drills like this are invaluable tools for your odd job… Read More
They are doing a discount on the whole range, but this little drill is the best deal by far. Saving over £60 to the nearest competitor. Little drills like this are invaluable tools for your odd job…
meglaman2000 Avatar4m, 2d agoFound 4 months, 2 days ago20 Comments
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luvsadeal
Definitely not better but worth £24.99 if your using it around the house. Wouldn't last long on site. The Milwaukee has hammer action and bigger capacity batteries.
I think most people WOULD be using around the house reading this
wxxhrt
I was about to pick up a top end brushless Erbauer tomorrow- Your text here
How does these drills compare? would 12v keep up with the 18v erbauer?

They are different drills really. The Erbauer is a bulkier drill, but has more power and a brushless motor theoretically lasts longer. That said Milwuakee are a top end brand, and you pay for that, same deal as buying a DeWalt.

Small drills like this are great for smaller jobs, easier to carry around and nicer to use. But if you are going to need the power and longevity on each charge of the Ebauer then go for that one.
TALKSPORT5 Knocks £5 off
I was about to pick up a top end brushless Erbauer tomorrow-

Your text here

How does these drills compare? would 12v keep up with the 18v erbauer?
I have one of these, I had though it was excellent quality, but the torque adjustment ring on mine is stuck on one position. Apart from that, really fantastic, even for small jobs drilling into stone, with the hammer action. Also one of the most important things with any make of drill is the battery charger. If you have a rubbish charger which takes all day, then it makes the whole drill a lot less useful. These normally come with an excellent one hour charger.
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Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Screwdriver Bits PH2 x 25mm £3.49 @ Toolstation

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Impact rated screwdriver bits designed for use with Impact Drivers. The Shock Zone design and special heat treatment absorbs impacts and allows the bit to flex. these have been this price for a while… Read More
Impact rated screwdriver bits designed for use with Impact Drivers. The Shock Zone design and special heat treatment absorbs impacts and allows the bit to flex. these have been this price for a while…
oreet Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago13 Comments
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mccally03
These bits are hard as he'll, but too small on head size.. they slip like crazy. I'll stick with my dewalts.
That's because they are the wrong bit for the screws you are using.
PH2 are not very popular, the only thing I use them for is drywall (plaster board) screws. PZ2 are the norm.
looks like they have sold out now and no PZs left either glad i ordered 7 packs yesterday
spannerzone
you really need PZ pozidrive bits these days, PH Phillips just don't grip most modern screws so well.
PZ is what i got not the ph. misloaded the title
Save the Pound
No stock anywhere so cold.
if you read the description its says obsolete in store and to get via delivery
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USB Twin socket @ Toolstation £7.98

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Slim Twin USB switched socket new lower price 2.1A 1.5V Charges phones, tablets etc. Free c+c or free home delivery on orders over £10 Read More
Slim Twin USB switched socket new lower price 2.1A 1.5V Charges phones, tablets etc. Free c+c or free home delivery on orders over £10
thomasleep Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago8 Comments
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foolsgold99
thomasleep
foolsgold99
Argos are too
Are what? care to elucidate
I think most people could work it out.
as vague comments go that is up there and you could have simply answered, just as easily as making a snippy comment Argos are what?
1.5v? Think you mean 5v.
thomasleep
foolsgold99
Argos are too
Are what? care to elucidate


I think most people could work it out.
foolsgold99
Argos are too
Are what? care to elucidate
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£5 off £50 spend £10 off £100 spend @ Toolstation using code

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£5 off £50 spend use code FIVECAT68 £10 off £100 spend use code TENCAT68 @ Toolstation - Almeida Read More
£5 off £50 spend use code FIVECAT68 £10 off £100 spend use code TENCAT68 @ Toolstation - Almeida
Bogart Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago8 Comments
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Thanks OP.
Not sure why a money off voucher gets a cold vote!
Hot from me. I'd lost my slip with the code but knew I could count on HUKD!
Seems was a bit hit and miss but currently use TALKSPORTFIVE gives 5% off £50 spend until end of month.
I was sent the promo code but it didn't work for me online so I just rang and they put it through for me.
May be account specific. I had a new catalogue through the post with a letter with the vouchers attached
promo code invalid???
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Einhell Petrol Chainsaw with Log Saw Horse 41cc - £99.45 @ Toolstation

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£99.45 @ Toolstation
Probably a pricing error. The chainsaw on its own is listed as £109.45 The saw horse is Einhell Log Saw Horse £25.00 so total should be £134.45 The chainsaw is very good, quiet but powerful. The… Read More
Probably a pricing error. The chainsaw on its own is listed as £109.45 The saw horse is Einhell Log Saw Horse £25.00 so total should be £134.45 The chainsaw is very good, quiet but powerful. The…
swabymanor Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago14 Comments
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This wasn't a bargain at all.
It's now broken.
Pulling the starter rope doesn't engage the engine so pulling the rope has no effect on starting the motor so after 3 days use it's knackered.
Murgatr0yd
Hot! Great deal OP. If I didn't already have the Aldi one (cuts through food a treat) I'd be snapping this up.
oO Forgot about the turkey on Christmas day did you?
Hot! Great deal OP. If I didn't already have the Aldi one (cuts through food a treat) I'd be snapping this up.
mymymy
I thought the deal pic was a moses basket on legs pmsl :)
Hahaha! I thought exactly the same, quite a shock :o
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5 x LED 5W GU10 Lamps, Cool and Warm White £4.99 @ Toolstation

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£4.99 @ Toolstation
I always use these and thought they were good value for money and now even better 5 for £4.99 Read More
I always use these and thought they were good value for money and now even better 5 for £4.99
roopra Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago11 Comments
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Picked some up today. Cool sold out. Warm is great for bathroom, a little bright if anything but can't go wrong at a quid each. I did make the mistake of buying wickes brand warm for kitchen last year and took them back. B & M ones are perfect for kitchen. Trial and error with LEDs so now make a note of what goes where. Sad yes but it keeps the wife happy.
have got some . but beam angle is worse,
If not these, what would people suggest as a better alternative, there is nearly 200 on the Toolstation itself?
Very narrow 38° beam angle
SFconvert
These are 3000k colour temp, prefer 2700k personally, find the 3000k to harsh, skin tones turn a bit grey in my experience


should have gone Spec savers
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Great savings on Milwaukee compact range @ Toolstation £99.82

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£99.82 @ Toolstation
Toolstation are selling a selection of the Milwaukee compact range of tools with some great savings. A whopping £60:00 saving with the 12v M12BDP-202C, supplied with 2 2.0Ah batteries down from £1… Read More
Toolstation are selling a selection of the Milwaukee compact range of tools with some great savings. A whopping £60:00 saving with the 12v M12BDP-202C, supplied with 2 2.0Ah batteries down from £1…
DogdySnigwirter Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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The M12BDP is a good price but most of the other items have been available cheaper elsewhere for ages.

Edited By: ThanksForThat on Jan 09, 2017 23:34
AzeemB
How did you find out? instore or from post


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