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Multi-tool PLUS work gloves and folding ruler £4.99

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£4.99 @ Clas Ohlson
I suspect that this is a really good deal but I need confirmation from someone that has bought the multi-tool etc that the normal Bahco quality has been maintained. The product code is MTT051-WR2MM-GL… Read More
I suspect that this is a really good deal but I need confirmation from someone that has bought the multi-tool etc that the normal Bahco quality has been maintained. The product code is MTT051-WR2MM-GL…
dashforth Avatar2h, 14m agoFound 2 hours, 14 minutes ago2 Comments
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probably a good deal if it wasn't out of stock
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Halfords 6 Drawer Tool Centre £250 TO £125 TO £62.50

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£62.50 @ Halfords
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ukbill69 Avatar6h, 12m agoFound 6 hours, 12 minutes ago21 Comments
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urmum
This is tiny. Is it for a dolls house?


No, a doll's Garage I think.
This looks a great deal
Other half is looking at this, we noticed there's a similar priced one one ebay

Item numbers
361982167309
401277914495

What would you choose?
urmum
Biggunspaul
urmum
This is tiny. Is it for a dolls house?
No it's for tools,like yourself ;)
So its true what they say then, big guns = little tools.

Only a SPANNER would say something like that :D
Biggunspaul
urmum
This is tiny. Is it for a dolls house?
No it's for tools,like yourself ;)
So its true what they say then, big guns = little tools.
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Save £5 on £40 spend @ Toolstation

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garethsmith72 Avatar1d, 17h agoFound 1 day, 17 hours ago / expires 29 May 1729 May 2017Add Comment
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Puregadgets 400 pc Rotary Tool Accessories Kit £10.99 delivered - Dispatched from and sold by Electro World Amazon

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£10.99 @ Amazon Marketplace
Seems like a standard sort of kit which sells from anything around £12 - £25 but this is the cheapest I have seen. No idea how good these bits are but even if half of them are useful still a cheap en… Read More
Seems like a standard sort of kit which sells from anything around £12 - £25 but this is the cheapest I have seen. No idea how good these bits are but even if half of them are useful still a cheap en…
IK1 Avatar2d, 11h agoFound 2 days, 11 hours ago1 Comment
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Gerber Suspension Multi Tool £25.00 Homebase

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£25.00 @ Homebase
Was looking for one of these and found that Homebase have them for £25.00. Is currently priced at £39 from Amazon. Have to pick up from a local store, you can't have it delivered, but there is a reser… Read More
Was looking for one of these and found that Homebase have them for £25.00. Is currently priced at £39 from Amazon. Have to pick up from a local store, you can't have it delivered, but there is a reser…
ahenners Avatar4d, 11h agoFound 4 days, 11 hours ago22 Comments
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Have Leatherman & Gerber. Both are quality tools. Newer leatherman's have replaceable wire-cutter blades, a big plus as it was always a weak point. Broke one leatherman and customer service replaced for free, no problems. Gerber tools are generally a bit wider in pocket and rougher finish, but stronger.
£25 is a good price IMO.
If you have one of their discount cards, Go Outdoors sell this tool (for £35.99) but they will beat any lower price by 10%, meaning you could get it from them for £22.50.
CloudHeaven
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sabreliner
No8
sabreliner
Not a bad deal at all but Mytoolshed.co.uk are doing the suspension plus a folding knife for £29.99. Delivery will give a total of £32.99 but still worth it.http://www.mytoolshed.co.uk/p1096555/Gerber_Suspension__Mini_Paraframe_Twin_Pack/product_info.html?utm_source=googleversafeed&vfsku=1096555&gpla=pla&gclid=CNyfofOt_9MCFYI4GwodOxwNvA
The paraframe mini SS included in this deal is a great knife, but has a locking blade and is therefore illegal.
Knives with a locking blade are sold perfectly legally in the U.K., in single form like this one or as part of the function of a multi tool, Leathermans being a good example, they only actually become illegal if carried in public without good reason. I guess that's when ownership and common sense comes into play.
And what good reason could there possibly be? Carrying one to/from your place of work won't cut it (excuse the pun...).
It's actually the number one reason on the governments websitehttps://www.gov.uk/buying-carrying-knives

If you're happy with the "arrest first, ask questions later" policy - "A court will decide if you’ve got a good reason to carry a knife or a weapon if you’re charged with carrying it illegally."
Whilst this is a good price, you will likely find this cumbersome to carry around in your pocket for EDC. I have a Leatherman Juice S2, while it is more expensive I find it the perfect size and weight to keep in a pocket and not notice its there. This is important as if it the tool was constantly a bother (heavy + big), if you are like me the tool would end up in a drawer.
I had one of these on my work belt for years. It cost me £19 as I recall but that must have been nearly a decade ago. It was a pretty decent multi-tool although to be fair the tools saw more use than the knife as I also carried a locking knife with me for general cutting work. The only flaw in these was that the scissors were prone to "over-extending" with one part slipping over the other part and they'd then need to be prised back into their proper position. Hard to explain but they weren't the best, something to bear in mind. They may well have improved them since then. The belt pouch also wore out and needed a bit of stitching to keep it going. The pliers are spring-loaded and work really well. £25 is a good price.
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SUB MINIATURE PROBE CLIPS TOOL TEST HOOK LEAD WIRE £3.48 delivered @ Maplin on Amazon

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£3.48 @ Amazon Marketplace
A single subminature hookclip is only 49 pence from Maplin plus £2.99 delivery so really not a very good deal. The obvious answer is to order more. Or you can get one or more delivered to a local stor… Read More
A single subminature hookclip is only 49 pence from Maplin plus £2.99 delivery so really not a very good deal. The obvious answer is to order more. Or you can get one or more delivered to a local stor…
jasee Avatar4d, 13h agoFound 4 days, 13 hours ago8 Comments
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Skybird
Just got 20 of these from Aliexpress seller for £1.00,if you can wait 15 days.
For test probe hookclips? That's an excellent price
Just got 20 of these from Aliexpress seller for £1.00,if you can wait 15 days.
leewills8
Heat just for the effort of your post!
:) Thanks
There are some great deals there if you're interested in that sort of stuff
Heat just for the effort of your post!
shadey12
jasee
shadey12
if these are the same, just have them delivered to your local store for free, no minimum order.http://www.maplin.co.uk/search?sort=price-asc&text=probe+test+clip&productsPerPage=50#
There's a picture of the hook clip above. I've added free delivery to local store to my post
my mistake, sorry about that, I will delete.
Why? doesn't matter :)

Edited By: jasee on May 20, 2017 13:29
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Screwless Flat Brushed Steel Fused Spur 13A 13A Switched £1.63 @ Toolstation.

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£1.63 @ Toolstation
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 Avatar5d, 13h agoFound 5 days, 13 hours 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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Halfords Advanced Professional Socket Set Kit 3/8" 18 Piece Standard Deep Tools £12.50 + £2.99 del or Free C+C (was £50) @ Halfords Ebay Outlet

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£12.50 @ eBay
Halfords Advanced 18 Piece Socket Set 3/8" The Halfords 18 piece Advanced Socket Set 3/8" is a great value, Advanced quality socket set, ideal for the DIY enthusiast or Advanced Professional. The set… Read More
Halfords Advanced 18 Piece Socket Set 3/8" The Halfords 18 piece Advanced Socket Set 3/8" is a great value, Advanced quality socket set, ideal for the DIY enthusiast or Advanced Professional. The set…
pink73 Avatar5d, 18h agoFound 5 days, 18 hours ago45 Comments
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OOS
No stock left, out of stock in stores close to me nearest stock is 24 miles away.
Just had mine upgraded to 24 piece set...
Heat added Halfords socket sets are always well made
miffyl


Thanks just ordered click and collect, waa rather hoping out of stock to get free upgrade as some others have!
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GT-85 only £1.99 - Argos

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£1.99 @ Argos
The lowest price I have seen for GT-85 Free collection and 1% TCB So could be £1.97! Read More
The lowest price I have seen for GT-85 Free collection and 1% TCB So could be £1.97!
saversaurus Avatar6d, 52m agoFound 6 days, 52 minutes ago2 Comments
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Only for delivery for me so cold :(
£1.99 is meh but with the 1% cashback opportunity I'm all lubed up.
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Axiom Tuck 16 bike multi tool £12.99 delivered @ Merlin

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£12.99 @ Merlin Cycles
Look like an OK multi tool for the money. Can't find any negative reviews. Great for a quick bit of fettling when out for a ride. Spoke wrenches are a bonus, not a lot of multi tools have these. P… Read More
Look like an OK multi tool for the money. Can't find any negative reviews. Great for a quick bit of fettling when out for a ride. Spoke wrenches are a bonus, not a lot of multi tools have these. P…
Strzelecki Avatar6d, 7h agoFound 6 days, 7 hours ago6 Comments
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Conchiron
Red one on Amazon for £10.99 delivered , tried looking for reviews but can't find any, where did you find your reviews OP?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Axiom-Tuck-16-Mini-Tool/dp/B008JA5WU6/ref=sr_1_1?s=sports&ie=UTF8&qid=1495273909&sr=1-1&keywords=Axiom+Tuck+16

EDIT: now £21 + 4.60 del...


I should probably have worded it slightly differently "can't find any reviews, positive or otherwise!"
Spend £20 for free delivery, cutting the cost down to £10.99.

Also the Axiom Tuck 11 is £6.50 - https://www.merlincycles.com/axiom-tool-tuck-11-multi-tool-101732.html

Edited By: sach7 on May 20, 2017 20:46
Axiom Tuck 11 if you're on a budget - £5.99 delivered (eBay-UK seller): http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/252928551211
Red one on Amazon for £10.99 delivered , tried looking for reviews but can't find any, where did you find your reviews OP?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Axiom-Tuck-16-Mini-Tool/dp/B008JA5WU6/ref=sr_1_1?s=sports&ie=UTF8&qid=1495273909&sr=1-1&keywords=Axiom+Tuck+16

EDIT: now £21 + 4.60 del...

Edited By: Conchiron on May 20, 2017 20:43: Price change
Looks like a decent enough tool, cheers.

Edit: They also have other, smaller tools with similar discount.

Edited By: juux on May 19, 2017 07:04
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XIAOMI mini cordless Electric Screwdriver £25.88 @ Banggood

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£25.88 @ BangGood
Xiaomi mini electric screwdriver. A very niche product, only useful for people who need to open small electronic devices on a regular basis. e.g. mobile phone/ laptop repair. Been waiting for this t… Read More
Xiaomi mini electric screwdriver. A very niche product, only useful for people who need to open small electronic devices on a regular basis. e.g. mobile phone/ laptop repair. Been waiting for this t…
thisusernamealreadyexists Avatar6d, 14h agoFound 6 days, 14 hours ago4 Comments
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Agree their stuff is very very good but toooo expensive!!
DrAcula1
Love it, but not at that price.
Agreed
Love it, but not at that price.
is there anything that these guys don't make
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Karcher K5 Full Control Home Pressure Washer 145 Bar 240 Volt £296.00 @ Uk tool center

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£296.00 @ UK Tool Centre
Also found this whist looking around the site, saw one similar on another site recently and this is about £60 cheaper so could be a decent deal for anyone looking to get a new pressure washer. Read More
Also found this whist looking around the site, saw one similar on another site recently and this is about £60 cheaper so could be a decent deal for anyone looking to get a new pressure washer.
tommyjaylee Avatar1w, 10h agoFound 1 week, 10 hours ago5 Comments
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This is an old model...they now have the 'plus' model with a better lance and control with no need to change them just to get a different jet as they are built into it (3-in-1) and seems much better than having stacks of tools to lug around. You can get a refurbished 'plus' unit for about £20 less, alas without the patio cleaner attchmnt https://www.karcheroutlet.co.uk/products/product.asp?id=5817

Edited By: know1 on May 18, 2017 12:39: deal
is that one yellow though... could you pretend it's karcher
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to be honest the new full control range have had a poor right up. I got a k7 compact with the same attachments from Homebase for £259. 160bar and Flo rate of 600 ltrs per min. it's a fantastic machine.
At this price u might as well give the aldi workzone one a try. Check my post history n u'll see. £79.99 for 150 bar,2.2kw. N this is £296 for 145 bar,2.1kw
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DeWalt Premium Combi Drill & Impact Driver Kit 18 Volt - £329.95 @ UK Tool Centre

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£329.95 @ UK Tool Centre
found this deal on UK Tool Centre for DeWalt DCK290M2 XRP Premium Combi Drill & Impact Driver Kit 18 Volt - £329.95 inc VAT with free delivery- RRP £915.60. had a quick look around seems to be ab… Read More
found this deal on UK Tool Centre for DeWalt DCK290M2 XRP Premium Combi Drill & Impact Driver Kit 18 Volt - £329.95 inc VAT with free delivery- RRP £915.60. had a quick look around seems to be ab…
tommyjaylee Avatar1w, 11h agoFound 1 week, 11 hours ago4 Comments
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not a great price for Non Brushless 18v Dewalt's. You could price these up individually for quitre a bit less...

Screwfix recently had a brushless version similar to this one for £250 (it's out of stock now), 3 x 2ah batteries, but with what you'd of saved you could of bought yourself an extra 5ah battery and still of had some change.

http://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dck2510d3-gb-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-xr-brushless-cordless-combi-drill-impact-driver-twin-pack/2952r
Also UK Tool Centre deals has the Hammer Deal whilst Screwfix is the Combi Drill
i think the only difference is the batteries, UK Tool Centre have the same kit you mentioned but it's more expensive
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Combi spanner set 6 piece 8-17mm £3.88 @ Toolstation C&C

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£3.88 @ Toolstation
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, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day 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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£7.98 @ Toolstation
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, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day 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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Simple Mobile Tools 'apps without annoying ads and unnecessary permissions' @ Google Play Store

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£0.00 @ Google play
This is something a bit different from my usual post. Not really sure if it counts as a 'freebie', but wasn't sure what to put otherwise. This is a group of simple, open source Android apps with cu… Read More
This is something a bit different from my usual post. Not really sure if it counts as a 'freebie', but wasn't sure what to put otherwise. This is a group of simple, open source Android apps with cu…
No1_VIPER Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago11 Comments
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Cheers for this voted hot
Develops apps without permissions, asks for permissions.

Jk, I know certain permissions are needed for the app to run.
Hot!

Been looking for something like this!
Great set of apps for more basic smartphones with low storage. Only a few MBs each.
Thanks OP
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MAC ALLISTER ALUMINIUM MOBILE STORAGE CASE £40.00 with code @ B&Q

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£40.00 @ B&Q
So with a £10 code posted on here this comes to £40 Code CLUBF41B0 gives you £10 off a £50 spend You can click and collect but stock seems limited. Hope this is useful for someone Code on here link Read More
So with a £10 code posted on here this comes to £40 Code CLUBF41B0 gives you £10 off a £50 spend You can click and collect but stock seems limited. Hope this is useful for someone Code on here link
saversaurus Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago27 Comments
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saversaurus
I did not set up an account with B and Q to get this code to work try doing it as a guest
I did before I created the account.
:( MAYBE THE SITE WAS HAVING PROBLEMS (SORRY I'M TOO LAZY TO DELETE AND RE TYPE WITHOUT CAPS LOCK ON)
saversaurus
I did not set up an account with B and Q to get this code to work try doing it as a guest
I did before I created the account.
I did not set up an account with B and Q to get this code to work try doing it as a guest
Sell.Me
B&Q website appears to be under 'maintenance'... more likely they may have been cyber-attacked...
Back online now and I still can't use either code.
B&Q website appears to be under 'maintenance'... more likely they may have been cyber-attacked...
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Precision Rotary Tool Complete Kit @ Rutlands £27.85 + £5.95 post = £33.80 £27.95

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£27.95 @ Rutlands
here we have a good value piece of kit.you not only get the soft start rotary tool (8000 to 35000 rpm) and a 125 piece accessory kit containing sanding, polishing, sawing, grinding and drilling bits. Read More
here we have a good value piece of kit.you not only get the soft start rotary tool (8000 to 35000 rpm) and a 125 piece accessory kit containing sanding, polishing, sawing, grinding and drilling bits.
cedewriter Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago5 Comments
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I had one of these from Maplin but it's no match for a Dremel.

1) The electronic speed control failed so it would only work at it's minimum speed I.e. 8000r.p.m so there's not enough torque to do anything.
2) It doesn't keep the speed constant under varying load like the Dremel.
This type of tool at Lidl this week - £20 I think
I'm on Rutland's mailing list as they appear to be sole importers for some stuff. Can't honestly say their special offers are really competitive.
Not much difference with this.
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Bosch Robust Series Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Kit - £40 OFF this weekend @ Powertoolworld (£247.00)

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£247.00 @ Powertoolworld
Apparently its Top Gun day, this popped up on Facebook. £40 off this weekend on this twin kit which includes the better combi drill. Next cheapest I can see is £270. There's the cheaper one as well on… Read More
Apparently its Top Gun day, this popped up on Facebook. £40 off this weekend on this twin kit which includes the better combi drill. Next cheapest I can see is £270. There's the cheaper one as well on…
jraw88 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago1 Comment
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Ouch - not sure why its going cold? New to this!
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Xenta Premium 38 piece precision mobile phone tool kit - £6.99 with free delivery - Ebuyer

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£6.99 @ Ebuyer
37 piece tool kit Precision engineered tools and accessories Clip screwdriver Flexible connecting shaft Strong storage box with magnetic fastening http://www.xenta.co.uk/cables/tools-cable-mana… Read More
37 piece tool kit Precision engineered tools and accessories Clip screwdriver Flexible connecting shaft Strong storage box with magnetic fastening http://www.xenta.co.uk/cables/tools-cable-mana…
merchant_ac Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago11 Comments
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Rid1
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rav4cas
This was £1.99 from Ebuyer 2 years ago with free delivery. How prices have changed.
Thanks. Can I borrow your time machine?
Not certain that was the same tool kit though.
rav4cas's point wasn't that you shouldn't buy it now because it was a lot cheaper before. But rather it's absurd that the price has increased by 350%
Can I borrow your mind-reading machine?
Previous posts at a lower price appear to be for a Xenta kit with larger tools, so they are not comparable.
No point in debating with you any longer, but as a last note. A lot of the tools are the same, meaning they are comparable, however there are a few not included on the £1.99 deal it would be cheaper to just buy those separately or in a small tools set.
Rid1
merchant_ac
rav4cas
This was £1.99 from Ebuyer 2 years ago with free delivery. How prices have changed.
Thanks. Can I borrow your time machine?
Not certain that was the same tool kit though.
rav4cas's point wasn't that you shouldn't buy it now because it was a lot cheaper before. But rather it's absurd that the price has increased by 350%
Can I borrow your mind-reading machine?

Previous posts at a lower price appear to be for a Xenta kit with larger tools, so they are not comparable.
merchant_ac
rav4cas
This was £1.99 from Ebuyer 2 years ago with free delivery. How prices have changed.
Thanks. Can I borrow your time machine?
Not certain that was the same tool kit though.
rav4cas's point wasn't that you shouldn't buy it now because it was a lot cheaper before. But rather it's absurd that the price has increased by 350%
The box shows a symbol for a torx with a hole in the middle - needed for xbox controllers. That bit does not exist. Just returned a red boxed one to amazon for this very reason.
I paid a bit more from Amazon but it was still a good price. handy kit!
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Threaded Rods M6 x 500mm 5 Pack - Bargain price at 99p SCREWFIX

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£0.99 @ Screwfix
bargain price at 99p for 5 half a meter lengths. Read More
bargain price at 99p for 5 half a meter lengths.
Bargainsmakemehappy Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago16 Comments
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Getting an error now, says product no longer available. :(
VimesUK
shinds
What do you use these for?
I used some when I drilled into a wall to then set them in resin. This was to secure a safe.
A tip tho, always check before you assume that the party wall between you and your neighbour is double brick in thickness :(
Sounds Funny though not for you or your neighbour.
good price, but no stock here either
VimesUK
shinds
What do you use these for?
I used some when I drilled into a wall to then set them in resin. This was to secure a safe.
A tip tho, always check before you assume that the party wall between you and your neighbour is double brick in thickness :(
So you drilled a hole into a wall. Ended up threading your rod into next door. Do you also have Pampass Grass in the front garden?
shinds
What do you use these for?


I used some when I drilled into a wall to then set them in resin. This was to secure a safe.

A tip tho, always check before you assume that the party wall between you and your neighbour is double brick in thickness :(
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Abru 3 Step Steel Ladder And Tool Tray 2.48M @ Argos was £39.99 now £26.59

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£26.59 @ Argos
**Deal was expired then came back on sale at the sale price of £26.59** Having borrowed one of these previously I decided to grab one while it was on offer. I know the person I borrowed it from pai… Read More
**Deal was expired then came back on sale at the sale price of £26.59** Having borrowed one of these previously I decided to grab one while it was on offer. I know the person I borrowed it from pai…
Huraqan Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago12 Comments
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jjirvine
Reduced price is back on today - just ordered one and will pick it up from my local store tomorrow.


Thanks for the info, I'm sure you'll be impressed with the step ladder.

I have now got the post active again.
Reduced price is back on today - just ordered one and will pick it up from my local store tomorrow.
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Thanks OP, i collected mine the other day. Really good quality, i was expecting them to be really light and quite flimsy by the picture.


Yes they are good quality, very study and the tray on top is extremely useful. I was actually using mine yesterday, perfect for diy. Thanks for showing appreciation for my post.
Thanks OP, i collected mine the other day. Really good quality, i was expecting them to be really light and quite flimsy by the picture.
Pity.
Now 39.99
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Bosch Professional GST 90 BE Corded 240 V Jigsaw, £65.00 from Amazon (Prime Only) or B&Q

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Amazon Prime only, but also available from B&Q via the link: http://www.diy.com/departments/bosch-650w-230v-4-stage-pendulum-action-jigsaw-gst90be/621711_BQ.prd High quality jigsaw normally ret… Read More
Amazon Prime only, but also available from B&Q via the link: http://www.diy.com/departments/bosch-650w-230v-4-stage-pendulum-action-jigsaw-gst90be/621711_BQ.prd High quality jigsaw normally ret…
notos Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago9 Comments
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Gavin01
Oh more importantly does this come with a L Boxx case as these alone are nearly £40

It does not come in a L-box just plastic carry case.
fireman1
fishleg003
Lidl have a cordless one for 39.99 absolute bargain if your in need of a jigsaw.

Cheap doesn't always equate to bargain.


totally agree. my father in law kept insisting that his lidl grinder was the best. but after burning out 3 of them he went and bought a dewalt which is still working after 3 years.
Oh more importantly does this come with a L Boxx case as these alone are nearly £40
Always given lidl benefit of doubt but after buying there stuff and taking it Back with in the hour I have to agree they certainly are not up to much
fishleg003
Lidl have a cordless one for 39.99 absolute bargain if your in need of a jigsaw.

Cheap doesn't always equate to bargain.
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Stanley 19-inch Toolbox - £8.00 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive) Temp OOS - Order on R/H Side

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Pretty standard toolbox with lift-out tray, metal latches and organiser sections in the lid. Similar boxes seem to be around £13-15+ elsewhere. Prime exclusive price. Read More
Pretty standard toolbox with lift-out tray, metal latches and organiser sections in the lid. Similar boxes seem to be around £13-15+ elsewhere. Prime exclusive price.
rich_jtg Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago12 Comments
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Back in stock, just ordered one, thanks OP.
Excellent. I need a box for my 19 inch tool.
Still going. 2-4 weeks delivery.
Yup, still active, just bought 2.
It's still available. Scroll down and click on "NEW (29) FROM £8.00"
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Silvercrest Kitchen Tools Vacuum Sealer - £24.99 @ LIDL

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OK this is gonna be a tough sell for some! but when I go sea fishing I like to buy my bait in bulk then separate it all up vacuum seal it freeze it ready for when I need it. my brother uses his to s… Read More
OK this is gonna be a tough sell for some! but when I go sea fishing I like to buy my bait in bulk then separate it all up vacuum seal it freeze it ready for when I need it. my brother uses his to s…
urbanbushwacker Avatar3w, 15h agoFound 3 weeks, 15 hours ago16 Comments
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eggsy1
Bought one along with a pack of spare bags in medium and large.
Took a few attempts to get the first end sealed. Then several attempts to get the air sucked out and sealed. It looked like the sealer had done a really good job.... that is until the following morning when I looked at the bag and air had returned to the inside.
Now having your return the whole lot.
Very disappointed. Had high hopes but it didn't deliver.

I found on mine (older version) that I needed to push down the middle to make a good seal. Also I usually sealed it twice, as I rarely got the first seal to fully work. Usually due to a crease or a bit of food in the way admittedly.
Bought one along with a pack of spare bags in medium and large.
Took a few attempts to get the first end sealed. Then several attempts to get the air sucked out and sealed. It looked like the sealer had done a really good job.... that is until the following morning when I looked at the bag and air had returned to the inside.
Now having your return the whole lot.
Very disappointed. Had high hopes but it didn't deliver.
You can just use standard freezer bags in these.
My store never had it got one a few years ago but doesn't work now
Anyone know how long this is on offer for? Couldn't find it on the Lidl website.
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Morrisons instore DELUXE Stainless Steel BBQ Cooking TOOL UTENSIL SET - Complete With Luxury Presentation Case £15.00

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£15 at Morrisons instore. £22 on Amazon. Link to Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00JMIUXH6/
naxxter Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago2 Comments
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Ianm
seems like a pretty decent price to me not sure why cold...
Agee it's a nice set I was looking at it yesterday, but not really a bargain or a hot deal
seems like a pretty decent price to me not sure why cold...
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Price Glitch, Sealey AVR2500A 2.5 Tonne Air/Hydraulic Vehicle Lift - 1p tool-net.co.uk

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Hi, this is my first post on here, was looking for a car lift and came across this. my order has gone through so lets hope they honour it.. Read More
Hi, this is my first post on here, was looking for a car lift and came across this. my order has gone through so lets hope they honour it..
DryUrEyesMate Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago21 Comments
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mine is much the same, looks like I've ordered 2. I've asked for refund anyway lol
Thank you for your recent order.

It has come to our attention that there has been a price error on the item you have ordered online. The Sealey AVR2500A 2.5 Tonne Air/Hydraulic Vehicle Lift is £1112.76 + VAT rather than £0.01 + VAT. Due to this, there is an outstanding balance of £2670.60 to be paid. Alternatively, we can cancel this order and issue you with a full refund. Can you please advise how you wish to continue? I am sincerely sorry for the inconvenience caused.

Kind Regards

April Pescott

My calculations are bit different :{
TOOL-net by name, T***s by nature!
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bootneck42
I just received an email, but i think they need to get a calculator, as i only ordered one!.........oOhttps://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/327906515/TOOLNET-EMAIL.png
I just got the same email with the same prices.
Gonna make sure i steer clear of this company in the future as it sounds like a bloody circus lol

I agree mate, they've copy and pasted the same message, from someone who bought two, and sent it to everyone.

My reply below!
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bootneck42
I just received an email, but i think they need to get a calculator, as i only ordered one!.........oOhttps://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/327906515/TOOLNET-EMAIL.png
I just got the same email with the same prices.

Gonna make sure i steer clear of this company in the future as it sounds like a bloody circus lol
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Tri-Wheel Hand Truck / Trolley now £25.49 using code at Robert Dyas

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Such a useful item to have and the reviews are pretty good too. I have a similar one and its a God send when it comes to moving heavy items around! It's been reduced to £29.99, but you can get it for Read More
Such a useful item to have and the reviews are pretty good too. I have a similar one and its a God send when it comes to moving heavy items around! It's been reduced to £29.99, but you can get it for
millarcat Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago2 Comments
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I saw it in person and it is rubbish
Almost bought, then saw the 100KG weight limit. :/
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Free Iron and £50 tool kit with Vax cordless £159.96 @ Vax

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So I was going to buy a cordless and noticed 2 offers that VAX have on right now. The vax blade 24V cordless vacuum cleaner was £279.99 and is now £159.96. You also get a blade toolkit worth £51.94 fo… Read More
So I was going to buy a cordless and noticed 2 offers that VAX have on right now. The vax blade 24V cordless vacuum cleaner was £279.99 and is now £159.96. You also get a blade toolkit worth £51.94 fo…
SavvySavver Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago62 Comments
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bit late to the party but I can't see the free iron offer. had that been removed or is there a particular way of finding that as an add on offer? many thanks
Couldn't get the £10 code working WELCOME-S252 but I ordered anyway cheers op!
I wanted the 32V version but it does not work with this model.
moonlady12
Daermyn
ramtheconqueror
how this works? I've added the vacuum first and then the iron. total is £204.95 i.e., iron is not free? help please!
Looks like they've fixed the glitch :(
nope ive just ordered mine said free iron maybe you picked wrong one


Did you chose monthly payments? When I chose this option it was making me pay for the iron, however as soon as I changed it back to paying it all in one go it was free again.
mine arrived Wednesday not been charged any extra thank you
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Leatherman Skeletool Multi-tool £50.66 @ Amazon

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Best price for over a year now, has been lower though (see image). RRP £89.95 (yeah right). If you're in the market for a multi-tool this is a good brand and has all the basics you'd need whilst keep… Read More
Best price for over a year now, has been lower though (see image). RRP £89.95 (yeah right). If you're in the market for a multi-tool this is a good brand and has all the basics you'd need whilst keep…
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WiFi Tool (Windows Store) was £1.89 now FREE

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If you're using WiFi and you've always wondered the best channel to setup on to avoid conflicts or just want to be a bit of a nosey person and find out what using WiFi then you'll probably find this a… Read More
If you're using WiFi and you've always wondered the best channel to setup on to avoid conflicts or just want to be a bit of a nosey person and find out what using WiFi then you'll probably find this a…
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Installed before I remembered I don't have WIFI on my desktop - will try it on the laptop later. Got a new router recently so I need to find the best channel again. No problem if I had my android phone working - but this is nice. Heat.
OperateOnMe
blinko
Excuse my newbie question I'm new to this sort of thing can i ask what would the main benefits of having this piece of software be?
Simply to find the best wifi channel that is reliable and will potentially give the highest speed locally. A lot of things can affect wifi from wireless doorbells to some microwaves - maybe not yours but your neighbours. The tool allows you to see which channels have less traffic and on your channel look at how strong or weak it is when you move to different rooms or something happens - like pressing your neighbours doorbell.
Most people will not need this type of application as they are happy with speeds and do not want to tinker and optimise their networks as they are afraid of breaking them - often a good thing not to, most new router software will try to do this for you. If you are brave or annoyed that your signal keeps dropping and you do not believe your router is faulty, then its worth optimising.
Top man, thanks for the comprehensive reply!
blinko
Excuse my newbie question I'm new to this sort of thing can i ask what would the main benefits of having this piece of software be?

Simply to find the best wifi channel that is reliable and will potentially give the highest speed locally. A lot of things can affect wifi from wireless doorbells to some microwaves - maybe not yours but your neighbours. The tool allows you to see which channels have less traffic and on your channel look at how strong or weak it is when you move to different rooms or something happens - like pressing your neighbours doorbell.

Most people will not need this type of application as they are happy with speeds and do not want to tinker and optimise their networks as they are afraid of breaking them - often a good thing not to, most new router software will try to do this for you. If you are brave or annoyed that your signal keeps dropping and you do not believe your router is faulty, then its worth optimising.
If you want a quick and easy way to check what channel your neighbours wifi is broadcasting at type the following into a command prompt:

netsh wlan show networks bssid

That will show you all the WiFi networks in range and the channel for each. Nothing against this app, I've not tried it, but if that's all the info you need it only takes a second.
blinko
Excuse my newbie question I'm new to this sort of thing can i ask what would the main benefits of having this piece of software be?


Your WiFi can be affected if neighbours routers broadcast the WiFi signal on a similar channel. By using a channel nobody else is your wifi signal doesn't have others to conflict with.
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Xenta 163 Piece Rotary Tool and Accessory Kit £16.98 @ Ebuyer

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Been looking at muti-tools for a while, reviews on others are poor, even Dremel reviews are mixed. This one seems pretty good on the reviews. Cheaper than on Amazon. Xenta 163 piece Rotary Tool and A… Read More
Been looking at muti-tools for a while, reviews on others are poor, even Dremel reviews are mixed. This one seems pretty good on the reviews. Cheaper than on Amazon. Xenta 163 piece Rotary Tool and A…
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100 piece kit is on 7.99 on ebay.
As others, I bought this used it a couple of times and now it is broken (cant unlock neck to change attachment).

Don't bother.
very cheap quality.
I had one of these myself. and put it in the bin after some of the parts broke up or shafts broke in use.
+1 for the Dremmel. Mine has had a lot of use for 15 years and still going great. No need to replace any brushes.
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Makita 75 piece trade accessory set £9.99 in-store @ Wickes

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As above. Quite a good price for a 75 piece kit and £20+ elsewhere. Reviews appear ok see link in first comment Anyways it's a tenner and it's a branded set and it could be useful for some… Read More
As above. Quite a good price for a 75 piece kit and £20+ elsewhere. Reviews appear ok see link in first comment Anyways it's a tenner and it's a branded set and it could be useful for some…
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Thanks for the heads up. I thought that it must be good, based on the brand, but I'll definitely be giving this a miss.

It's daft them cheapening the brand like this.
LiamFoot
Mr.Mot
I have a similar set from screwfix. It's clearly not Makita gear. Just cheap Chinese items that have been branded by Makita.
Is Makita really diluting their brand like this?

Same with a simlar dewalt set i have from screwfix - http://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-combination-drill-bit-set-100-piece-set/13266 some of the metal drill bits snapped far to easily and the longer screwdriver bits round off, the tictac box of bits are better tho.

Edited By: greenalien1 on Apr 30, 2017 06:18
Mr.Mot
I have a similar set from screwfix. It's clearly not Makita gear. Just cheap Chinese items that have been branded by Makita.

Is Makita really diluting their brand like this?
pennyfarthing88
gazjon
Reviews appear ok??? The first revierw on the page for the item is:-
"Cheap product not worth wasting your money on.
Drills came bent in box, hole saw poor quality and bits not great either.
Not expecting the best quality set in the world for the price, Makita should really check what they are putting their name to. "
I have a Makita 18v drill which comes with the same items in the box. Masonry drills lasted no time at all, the other bits are ok, but nothing great. Certainly not something a tradesman would buy.
Scores 4.5 out of 49 reviews READ the post. It's a TENNER perfectly adequate for DIY who mentioned trade??? (_;)

Did you not read your own title? YOU DID!!!! :)


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elpajoja
Ok for diy, hard bricks etc forget it.
What's a good one? I got a bosch one a few years ago. Been good. Anything better?
Heller or Dormer are quality but vastly more expensive than this. DeWalt Extreme range is also very good but I wouldn't recommend anything else by DW
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It's back! Multi Purpose Workbench £9.99 C+C from Maplins

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Add £2.99 for home delivery, or free for click and collect. Quidco 4% possible A good addition to any mancave, ideal for occasional use, limited space etc, but I wouldn't use it to build a shed... C… Read More
Add £2.99 for home delivery, or free for click and collect. Quidco 4% possible A good addition to any mancave, ideal for occasional use, limited space etc, but I wouldn't use it to build a shed... C…
FamGuy Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago58 Comments
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yawn
Mate the only thing i've lost is time to a troll who acts like a 5 year old and £20 on cheap tat that can't do anything near what it's advertised to do.

I know the deals over now, but for anyone looking at these... don't be as tight as I was and spend a little more on something that'll actually last and work for any diy job you'd need to use it for in the future. Who buys a workbench just for cutting some plastic guttering? Mental.
ConfusedCheese
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ConfusedCheese
FamGuy
ConfusedCheese
Cheap junk. I had two. They broke. Handles snapped off, legs bent. I have two black and decker ones that were only £10 more and they haven't broke in two years.
Seriously, don't bother with these.
Mine is a year old and fine!
Ya know what a bad workman blames?
lol bad workman? I turned the handles to hold a piece of wood. They snapped. I'm honestly not sure how that makes me a bad workman when its made of cheap plastic? Its not like I was hitting it with a hammer or I'm the incredible hulk. I used them for light DIY to make some shelving units for under the stairs, not exactly expecting high performance but they couldn't even handle that. Lets be honest, the £20 b&d ones I have aren't exactly professional quality but they've already outlasted these cheap ones and believe me, they're much more stable.
Personal insults when someone had a different experience to you? You know nothing about me.
You're not doing it right.
It's not designed for building cabinets mate. What part of "light duty" don't you understand?! What makes you think a £10 bench would be man enough for that?
I have used it sawing plastic guttering, holding things while paint spraying, clamping things together being glued with epoxy, drilling pilot holes though various items, keeping things firm when using a heat gun etc, etc.
If you're trying to use things heavier than the bench itself you should buy a more expensive bench fit for purpose, not breaking it by overloading it and then complaining it's the bench's fault!
Right, where exactly does it say light duty on maplins page? it says max load 70kg! they're also not cabinets, it was holding cheap studwork spread over 2 of these which weighs less than 10kg just so I could saw it. These formed the uprights for shelving units. The rest of the assembly was done on my patio using repurposed palettes from my work. Also, how does the weight it was holding have any bearing on the handles snapping from turning?
What a troll. Beginning to think you have a financial stake in their sales how you're defending this cheap tat. You've wasted enough of my time.

Don't split hairs mate, you've lost.
FamGuy
ConfusedCheese
FamGuy
ConfusedCheese
Cheap junk. I had two. They broke. Handles snapped off, legs bent. I have two black and decker ones that were only £10 more and they haven't broke in two years.
Seriously, don't bother with these.
Mine is a year old and fine!
Ya know what a bad workman blames?
lol bad workman? I turned the handles to hold a piece of wood. They snapped. I'm honestly not sure how that makes me a bad workman when its made of cheap plastic? Its not like I was hitting it with a hammer or I'm the incredible hulk. I used them for light DIY to make some shelving units for under the stairs, not exactly expecting high performance but they couldn't even handle that. Lets be honest, the £20 b&d ones I have aren't exactly professional quality but they've already outlasted these cheap ones and believe me, they're much more stable.
Personal insults when someone had a different experience to you? You know nothing about me.
You're not doing it right.

It's not designed for building cabinets mate. What part of "light duty" don't you understand?! What makes you think a £10 bench would be man enough for that?
I have used it sawing plastic guttering, holding things while paint spraying, clamping things together being glued with epoxy, drilling pilot holes though various items, keeping things firm when using a heat gun etc, etc.

If you're trying to use things heavier than the bench itself you should buy a more expensive bench fit for purpose, not breaking it by overloading it and then complaining it's the bench's fault!
Right, where exactly does it say light duty on maplins page? it says max load 70kg! they're also not cabinets, it was holding cheap studwork spread over 2 of these which weighs less than 10kg just so I could saw it. These formed the uprights for shelving units. The rest of the assembly was done on my patio using repurposed palettes from my work. Also, how does the weight it was holding have any bearing on the handles snapping from turning?

What a troll. Beginning to think you have a financial stake in their sales how you're defending this cheap tat. You've wasted enough of my time.

Edited By: ConfusedCheese on May 12, 2017 09:14: Clarification
ConfusedCheese
FamGuy
ConfusedCheese
Cheap junk. I had two. They broke. Handles snapped off, legs bent. I have two black and decker ones that were only £10 more and they haven't broke in two years.
Seriously, don't bother with these.
Mine is a year old and fine!
Ya know what a bad workman blames?
lol bad workman? I turned the handles to hold a piece of wood. They snapped. I'm honestly not sure how that makes me a bad workman when its made of cheap plastic? Its not like I was hitting it with a hammer or I'm the incredible hulk. I used them for light DIY to make some shelving units for under the stairs, not exactly expecting high performance but they couldn't even handle that. Lets be honest, the £20 b&d ones I have aren't exactly professional quality but they've already outlasted these cheap ones and believe me, they're much more stable.
Personal insults when someone had a different experience to you? You know nothing about me.
You're not doing it right.

It's not designed for building cabinets mate. What part of "light duty" don't you understand?! What makes you think a £10 bench would be man enough for that?
I have used it sawing plastic guttering, holding things while paint spraying, clamping things together being glued with epoxy, drilling pilot holes though various items, keeping things firm when using a heat gun etc, etc.

If you're trying to use things heavier than the bench itself you should buy a more expensive bench fit for purpose, not breaking it by overloading it and then complaining it's the bench's fault!

Edited By: FamGuy on May 12, 2017 06:04