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Plano Hard Base Tool Bag 68x23x30cm, £26.14 from Toolstation.com

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£26.14 @ Toolstation
Large sized hard bottom tool bag on clearance price at Toolstation. Can be delivered or click & collect from in store.
Large sized hard bottom tool bag on clearance price at Toolstation. Can be delivered or click & collect from in store.
notos Avatar12h, 26m agoFound 12 hours, 26 minutes agoAdd Comment
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MK Logic Plus twin outlet Plus USB 21.98 + Free Delivery @ Toolstation

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£21.98 @ Toolstation
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.
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 Avatar13h, 9m agoFound 13 hours, 9 minutes 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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Selected Tesco Hand Tools Reduced Instore, Screwdrivers 25p. Metal/wood Files 25p, Magnetic Bit Set 25p, Pliers 50p, Side Cutters £1.00 Saws 1.00,

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£0.00 @ Tesco Direct
Selected Tesco Hand Tools Reduced In store , These are the Yellow and Black colour Tesco own brand tools. at least 75% off, must be changing the range or discontinuing. this was in the Newport store.
Selected Tesco Hand Tools Reduced In store , These are the Yellow and Black colour Tesco own brand tools. at least 75% off, must be changing the range or discontinuing. this was in the Newport store.
oscarcat Avatar15h, 54m agoFound 15 hours, 54 minutes ago5 Comments
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this was posted yesterday
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Folding Workstation from Screwfix - £44.99 (Free C&C)

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£44.99 @ Screwfix
For anyone who missed out on the previous £39.99 offer for this well recommended folding workbench. Reduced from £54.99.
For anyone who missed out on the previous £39.99 offer for this well recommended folding workbench. Reduced from £54.99.
NT14 Avatar1d, 11h agoFound 1 day, 11 hours ago5 Comments
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If you sit tight you may get one when they are end of line as I did for £20 …… but don't hold you breath and be quick when they are still available.
Thanks for this.Just picked mine up from screwfix,nice sturdy workbench.

The make is Mac allister.For those of you that don't have a Screwfix near you,you can get this in B&Q for a penny more.

George
I got one when it was 40, brilliant, wish I got 3 or 4. might be tempted at 45.
Don't know why this is going cold it's one of the best pieces of this type of kit out there.
great bit of kit has two clamps as well
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Household Tools from 50p @ Tesco Bursledon

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£0.50 @ Tesco Direct
Found lots of Tesco branded household tool on sale starting from just 50p for Nose Pliers and lots more for £1 and £1.50. Lots left on shelfs at Tesco Extra Southampton Bursledon branch.
Found lots of Tesco branded household tool on sale starting from just 50p for Nose Pliers and lots more for £1 and £1.50. Lots left on shelfs at Tesco Extra Southampton Bursledon branch.
kaviorsky Avatar1d, 17h agoFound 1 day, 17 hours ago4 Comments
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good find op, heat added
same in stourbridge store got screwdriver for 25p and a screwdriver set with different attachments for £2.
was charged £4 for spanner was marked at £1,,,,,got £6 back from tesco £3 error doubled.
same with 25p screwdriver....
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Dyson V6 Absolute Exclusive Cordless Vacuum - Brand New - 2 Year Guarantee Comes complete with an exclusive tool bag and tools £270.00 @ Dyson Ebay Outlet

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£270.00 @ Dyson
Dyson V6 Absolute Exclusive Cordless Vacuum - Brand New - 2 Year Guarantee *Comes complete with an exclusive tool bag and tools* http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/112305333667 TCB: 1%
Dyson V6 Absolute Exclusive Cordless Vacuum - Brand New - 2 Year Guarantee *Comes complete with an exclusive tool bag and tools* http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/112305333667 TCB: 1%
sd21sh Avatar1d, 17h agoFound 1 day, 17 hours ago11 Comments
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jenmumof5
Timing is key when it comes to buying a Dyson.

Words of wisdom :)
This was £239 two weeks ago. Timing is key when it comes to buying a Dyson.

Also, to bear in mind that this model, using the standard motorised head it comes with, has 150% more brush bar power than the animal but this takes the run time from 20 minutes down to a mere 14 minutes which was why mine went back oO still 20 with the hard floor head it also comes with but that was a deal breaker for me
SuffolkLad222
Link takes me to a £449.99 model. Cold
sorry, correct link updated
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Wickes Circular Saw 25% Off now £29.99 C+C

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£29.99 @ Wickes
Good price for a circular. bought one myself, does what it needed to. Comes with a laser guider.
Good price for a circular. bought one myself, does what it needed to. Comes with a laser guider.
muttonman Avatar3d, 4h agoFound 3 days, 4 hours ago15 Comments
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mayzi
thomasleep
mayzi
thomasleep
The above comments only prove that tradesmen are worth the money they get paid :) the amount of people who injure themselves by using power tools with no training whatsoever is remarkable. Leave it to the professionals, plus the finished job will look much better :)
Seen professional trades with plenty of scars
Plenty of bankers who apparently cannot add up too ;)
Ahaha.
My last builder:
Was 12" out on a steel beam.
4" out for an oak beam.
Placed sink pipes 10" away from where they should be.
Ordered 40 bags on cement and 10 bags of sand.
My last bank still owes the UK government ie me and everybody else who lives here BILLIONS £££££ cowboys exist everywhere, we get it!
mayzi
Quickblood
These things terrify me. My old one's blade guard got bent or misaligned somehow and when I went to put it down the blade was still spinning but now exposed so it kicked back and almost hit me, I try to stay away from power tools now lol.
Is that how you got your username?

Thankfully no but it was too close. Always check the blade guard people oO.

As for the name back in the day I wanted a nice handle for Unreal Tournament and now 17 years later I still have it, I should probably change it to something more appropriate like 'chicken, chips and trifle'.


Edited By: Quickblood on Feb 20, 2017 21:03
thomasleep
mayzi
thomasleep
The above comments only prove that tradesmen are worth the money they get paid :) the amount of people who injure themselves by using power tools with no training whatsoever is remarkable. Leave it to the professionals, plus the finished job will look much better :)
Seen professional trades with plenty of scars
Plenty of bankers who apparently cannot add up too ;)
Ahaha.
My last builder:
Was 12" out on a steel beam.
4" out for an oak beam.
Placed sink pipes 10" away from where they should be.
Ordered 40 bags on cement and 10 bags of sand.
mayzi
thomasleep
The above comments only prove that tradesmen are worth the money they get paid :) the amount of people who injure themselves by using power tools with no training whatsoever is remarkable. Leave it to the professionals, plus the finished job will look much better :)
Seen professional trades with plenty of scars
Plenty of bankers who apparently cannot add up too ;)
thomasleep
The above comments only prove that tradesmen are worth the money they get paid :) the amount of people who injure themselves by using power tools with no training whatsoever is remarkable. Leave it to the professionals, plus the finished job will look much better :)

Seen professional trades with plenty of scars
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Halfords 8 Drawer Tool Centre £63.75 with code

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£63.75 @ Halfords
Was £150 reduced to £75 Add promo code WORK15 for extra 15% off 8 drawer combination chest and cabinet Sturdy steel construction supports up to 70 KG The top section is fully lockable and secur…
Was £150 reduced to £75 Add promo code WORK15 for extra 15% off 8 drawer combination chest and cabinet Sturdy steel construction supports up to 70 KG The top section is fully lockable and secur…
lavvy Avatar3d, 9h agoFound 3 days, 9 hours ago16 Comments
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I've had this for years and although I guess it's worth the money, it is pretty flimsy and not an overly quality product.
Get a top and bottom box (Halfords Industrial) for £254.15 with the code in this deal. The Top box on its own is £260, bottom box is £350. You can get both as a bundle deal for £299 but with the code WORK15 it brings the price down to £254.15.

The Industrial range is pretty good.
Had one a few years, well worth this money (similar price to what I paid though, its pretty much a perpetual offer!)
Bought one for £60 on Friday. Hopefully put my tools in there as I keep losing stuff when my Dad borrows my torque wrench for carbon parts and destroys it using it on engines etc lol.
Not sure I'd go as far as a 'good price', maybe more 'the right price' rather than 'vastly over priced'.

Similar sort of thing for similar price delivered (possibly a little better from what I've heard, but I doubt you're getting anything too amazing) - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/361643506743 .
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KKmoon 5 Lens 1.0X-3.5X Bracket Headband Magnifier Loupe Glasses with 2 LED Lights Eye Magnification Goggles Magnifying Tool £9.99 (Prime) Sold by Feeego and Fulfilled by Amazon £14.98

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£14.98 @ Amazon
Free delivery for over £20 spend or prime This is the best deal AFAICT for this item on Amazon, and the direct Chinese Sellers Rg Gearbest, Bangood, Dx etc.However it is not the best price on Ebay.
Free delivery for over £20 spend or prime This is the best deal AFAICT for this item on Amazon, and the direct Chinese Sellers Rg Gearbest, Bangood, Dx etc.However it is not the best price on Ebay.
jasee Avatar3d, 11h agoFound 3 days, 11 hours ago4 Comments
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£5.80 deliveredhttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/321904315890
(probably not an approved buyer)
Personally (from experience) I'd go for this for a little bit more http://r.ebay.com/sgBLdU £6.07 it takes 3xAAA cells. Quality is actually really good.
it looks heavier also with the batteries. The ones I use takes button cells but they seem to last quite a time
The £6.07 one is surprisingly light. I guess it's all down to personal choice in the end. I prefer the one with AAA cells if I'm going to use the light a lot as I can fit it with rechargeables. The one with the button cells does have the advantage of being lighter if you're not going to need the light much. Which ever you go for, you can certainly get a better deal than £9.99!
MrFizzy
jasee
£5.80 deliveredhttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/321904315890
(probably not an approved buyer)
Personally (from experience) I'd go for this for a little bit more http://r.ebay.com/sgBLdU £6.07 it takes 3xAAA cells. Quality is actually really good.
it looks heavier also with the batteries. The ones I use takes button cells but they seem to last quite a time
jasee
£5.80 deliveredhttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/321904315890
(probably not an approved buyer)
Personally (from experience) I'd go for this for a little bit more http://r.ebay.com/sgBLdU £6.07 it takes 3xAAA cells. Quality is actually really good.
£5.80 delivered
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/321904315890
(probably not an approved buyer)
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keter 26" tool box £14.00 at b&q online and in store

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£14.00 @ B&Q
I thought that this was a good price for a big tool box. Product Information This tool box is ideal for storing and transporting bulky materials and equipment such as paint cans, large componen…
I thought that this was a good price for a big tool box. Product Information This tool box is ideal for storing and transporting bulky materials and equipment such as paint cans, large componen…
AdamC87 Avatar4d, 17h agoFound 4 days, 17 hours ago4 Comments
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£50 on amazon
Was looking at these yesterday, design of them means you can't fit that much in. Lack of groove on the top for cutting and was just generally flimsy. Got a Fatmax 26'' one instead for £22 next to it. Much better.
Looks great. No idea why its cold.
looks good
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Halfords Industrial Tool Cabinet Bundle - £254.15

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£254.15 @ Halfords
Halfords Industrial 6 Drawer Ball Bearing Tool Cabinet & Chest Bundle for £254.15 when using promo code WORK15 Code will work on other items too but thought this is usually popular and good price.
Halfords Industrial 6 Drawer Ball Bearing Tool Cabinet & Chest Bundle for £254.15 when using promo code WORK15 Code will work on other items too but thought this is usually popular and good price.
P13ULC Avatar5d, 47m agoFound 5 days, 47 minutes ago11 Comments
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Why is this cold?? The Industrial range is pretty good and this price is superb. Heat added.
regarding the BC discount its store dependent, unfortunately, as I think they've had a rulee change but some store haven't done it, but I've had a set of these with a double discount like this that got BC on top, but the last set I bought I didn't get the BC as they claimed that the BC wasn't valid with other discounts, and no amount of explaining and claiming that I'd had it before was going to work, as she was claiming that there was an email that she had pinned to the wall for everyone to see(staff) regarding not giving the double dip...

All that said good luck to all that can get it,I shall certainly try again , just don't hold out much hope..
Just a quick note to those that have a trade card though, these are Usually cheaper 'trade', but you don't get the WORK15 15% discount. and again its store dependent if you can get the BC on top of that as i'm pretty certain you shouldn't but most will still allow it as its just a click and collectso will BC at the till for you :)

Also agree cracking quality these, especially after they finally brought out the middle section, and apart from the price(never quite as cheap, and no center section) although I don't have them I think I'd prefer the white set, as the drawers are slightly bigger as there's only 5 per section, so IMHO a more user friendly drawer size.

Regarding alternatives (although not as good on price, and non-latching handles[which I really rate] ) The new ranges in Homebase run these a pretty close second I reckon, The stainless steel 20 drawer set in particular, though expensive is a cracking set and probably where my money would have gone if I hadn't invested heavily into these Halfords units :/ It has a waterproof pvc cover as well, propper 'pit box' really :)
The Blue bow fronted units seem pretty robust and decent quality though, if you are in the market and can get a Homebase discount code ...

Sorry I digress...:( I do that...;)
quakerphil
Could anyone explain why this deal is cold?
probably just 'cos it's halfords
Could anyone explain why this deal is cold?
Great deals, esp with the code, just ordered two top chests from the Professional range that I have been waiting for. Thanks for sharing
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Heavy Duty Multi Purpose Tool Bag £9.99 @ Maplin C&C

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£9.99 @ Maplin
As above. I reckon this is a great buy for an open tote style tool bag with great reviews. Also available on eBay Maplin store but you'll need another penny's worth or over to get it delivered…
As above. I reckon this is a great buy for an open tote style tool bag with great reviews. Also available on eBay Maplin store but you'll need another penny's worth or over to get it delivered…
pennyfarthing88 Avatar5d, 9h agoFound 5 days, 9 hours ago9 Comments
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Captain.Banana
SCOUSEKEVIN
Not as hard wearing or durable as the Stanley ones
... and not as expensive as the Stanley ones.
I bought a Stanley one for £14 so only a wee bit dearer and so far it has lasted 3 times longer LOL
SCOUSEKEVIN
Not as hard wearing or durable as the Stanley ones
... and not as expensive as the Stanley ones.
Not as hard wearing or durable as the Stanley ones

Edited By: SCOUSEKEVIN on Feb 17, 2017 20:39
good find PF, heat added :)
AndyRoyd
pennyfarthing88
Heavy Duty Multi Purpose Tool Bag £9.99 @ Maplin C&C
Yeah, a bit floppy and obscures vision but keeps the rain off your head when wearing as a hat. The plastic feet seem hardwearing but I tripped over a lot when wearing a pair of them instead of shoes. Can throw sandbags much further when placed inside. Perfect size for carrying a cat when it refuses to be walked on a lead any further. But absolutely useless as a stool.


​Yeh I'd expect with material like that you'll be on 'Live at the Apollo" very soon indeed.

Truly top drawer comedy. (_;)
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15% off All Workshop & Tools - Halfords

£0.00 @ Halfords
Email only voucher - enter code WORK15 at checkout. Also - half price professional storage chests at the moment.
Instructions:Email only voucher - enter code WORK15 at checkout. Also - half price professional storage chests at the moment.  
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precesh Avatar5d, 10h agoFound 5 days, 10 hours ago1 Comment
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Checkout separately for each item and get £15 off your basket total. Do this for each item you wish to purchase
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9 Piece Flex Head Ratchet Spanner Set with lifetime warranty - 50% off £40.00 @ Halfords

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£40.00 @ Halfords
Good quality tools from Advanced range with lifetime warranty, 50% off Details: * 9 piece set * Flexi Head * polished chrome vanadium steel * 12pt surface drive avoids rounding on corners
Good quality tools from Advanced range with lifetime warranty, 50% off Details: * 9 piece set * Flexi Head * polished chrome vanadium steel * 12pt surface drive avoids rounding on corners
MR_J Avatar5d, 11h agoFound 5 days, 11 hours ago6 Comments
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Infiltrator
Hang around a few weeks and the £25 offer will surface again.
The '£25 Offer' was apparently a mistake made by Halfords in setting up the 'WORK15' discount code (in so much that it gave £15 Off instead of the intended 15%).
Are you suggesting that Halfords make this type of mistake regularly? They seemed pretty quick to fix yesterday's.

I was really referring to the previous deal - but I mistakenly assumed the £25 offer mentioned referred to an earlier deal - looking back the last deal on these was £35, so the £25 was an excellent price.

In saying all that halfords do have a habit of accidentally ending up with overlapping offers/codes.
Infiltrator
Hang around a few weeks and the £25 offer will surface again.
The '£25 Offer' was apparently a mistake made by Halfords in setting up the 'WORK15' discount code (in so much that it gave £15 Off instead of the intended 15%).

Are you suggesting that Halfords make this type of mistake regularly? They seemed pretty quick to fix yesterday's.
Well worth the money. Nice quality spanner set
Hang around a few weeks and the £25 offer will surface again.
Earlier listing has effectively expired. Using the Work15 code should now get you £6 off so £34 to pay and maybe a bit of TBC/Quidco. Still not bad if you take the £80 original price seriously.
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Household tool kit reduced £4.50 instore @ Tesco

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£4.50 @ Tesco Direct
Very basic tool kit reduced to clear to £4.50 Possibly locally reduced but doesn't look like the normal local labels. Not the best quality but may come in handy for something.
Very basic tool kit reduced to clear to £4.50 Possibly locally reduced but doesn't look like the normal local labels. Not the best quality but may come in handy for something.
stefromuk Avatar6d, 13h agoFound 6 days, 13 hours agoAdd Comment
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Fisherprice Laugh & Learn Smart Stages Toolbox £6.99 B&M

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£6.99 @ B&M Retail
£14-15 online (apparent rrp £20) Found in Edinburgh Granton
£14-15 online (apparent rrp £20) Found in Edinburgh Granton
DrJayDee86 Avatar6d, 19h agoFound 6 days, 19 hours agoAdd Comment
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Challenge Xtreme 75 Piece Socket and Wrench Set £8.99 @ Argos

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£8.99 @ Argos
This was posted 2 months ago at £14.99. Argos have now dropped the price further to £8.99. I checked Argos for stock, I checked Liverpool, London, Leeds, Hull and Aberdeen for stock. Some stores ha…
This was posted 2 months ago at £14.99. Argos have now dropped the price further to £8.99. I checked Argos for stock, I checked Liverpool, London, Leeds, Hull and Aberdeen for stock. Some stores ha…
peter1969uk Avatar6d, 23h agoFound 6 days, 23 hours ago22 Comments
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There will be lots of commentators saying this is rubbish to follow,
That will be because it is rubbish...
At £8.99, what do you expect snap-on? The pliers are around £2 for a cheap pair. So when you add in all the rest of the tools, its not a bad price for the occasional non-pro use.
This is sensible, and (again with respect) HerWorseHalf's comment was unsubstantiated and... just plain silly. I don't know why, but whenever there are discussions about tools on HUKD someone always says whatever is being discussed is rubbish, and advocates something else costing 8 times as much (which will probably be better, but many readers may not need better).
As long as buyers understand they are getting a lower end tool kit at an outstanding price, and don't expect Snap-On (or even Halfords professional) quality (and who would for £9?) they will not be disappointed.
You'll have noticed that I didn't comment on the value, just stated that they were rubbish, which they are. If someone is aware of this, and decides to purchase anyway, that's up to them. The trouble is that most people aren't aware of the limitations of such tools, and easily push them past their limits, at which point they can bend, break, damage what you're using them on, and sometimes the user as well.
I also didn't advocate anything, and am certainly not in awe of the Snap-On label, but if anyone asked for a recommendation for a cheap tool set I would suggest a basic socket set, spanner set and pliers from Lidl for example, which would come to around £25. Yes, it's more, but would cover a greater range of sizes and be a significant increase in quality.
But as they say, you pays your money and you takes your choice...
My view is substantiated by owning and using this kit (see the note about having it as an emergency outfit in my old Saab above), yours is based on ... nothing except prejudice, but this is not worth arguing about. We will have to agree to disagree.
I sort of agree with HerWorseHalf. For the price you get a lot of tools for the money, but I learnt years ago that doesn't mean they are good value. I would prefer to spend a fiver or so from ebay for a half decent ratchet, well by half decent I mean better than this, then buy a few sockets that are common and you might need to use for a breakdown or light repairs. I mean, if your car is metric then why would you want 14 imperial sockets?
Pliers are £1 in poundland, as are a set of screwdriver bits, which are as good (or bad depending on which way you look at it) as these, and I imagine most people already have pliers anyway.
Anyway not wanting to argue, just giving my point of view :)
I think we are all right in our own ways - indeed I think HerWorseHalf is dead right when he says that any tool is better than no tool (or perhaps trying to use a Leatherman knife). I take Julieallen's point about surplus imperial sockets and spanners as well (unless you happen to be fixing a Suffolk Punch lawnmower of course!).
:-)
Let's leave it there :-)
othen
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othen
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HerWorseHalf
othen

There will be lots of commentators saying this is rubbish to follow,
That will be because it is rubbish...
At £8.99, what do you expect snap-on? The pliers are around £2 for a cheap pair. So when you add in all the rest of the tools, its not a bad price for the occasional non-pro use.
This is sensible, and (again with respect) HerWorseHalf's comment was unsubstantiated and... just plain silly. I don't know why, but whenever there are discussions about tools on HUKD someone always says whatever is being discussed is rubbish, and advocates something else costing 8 times as much (which will probably be better, but many readers may not need better).
As long as buyers understand they are getting a lower end tool kit at an outstanding price, and don't expect Snap-On (or even Halfords professional) quality (and who would for £9?) they will not be disappointed.
You'll have noticed that I didn't comment on the value, just stated that they were rubbish, which they are. If someone is aware of this, and decides to purchase anyway, that's up to them. The trouble is that most people aren't aware of the limitations of such tools, and easily push them past their limits, at which point they can bend, break, damage what you're using them on, and sometimes the user as well.
I also didn't advocate anything, and am certainly not in awe of the Snap-On label, but if anyone asked for a recommendation for a cheap tool set I would suggest a basic socket set, spanner set and pliers from Lidl for example, which would come to around £25. Yes, it's more, but would cover a greater range of sizes and be a significant increase in quality.
But as they say, you pays your money and you takes your choice...
My view is substantiated by owning and using this kit (see the note about having it as an emergency outfit in my old Saab above), yours is based on ... nothing except prejudice, but this is not worth arguing about. We will have to agree to disagree.

I sort of agree with HerWorseHalf. For the price you get a lot of tools for the money, but I learnt years ago that doesn't mean they are good value. I would prefer to spend a fiver or so from ebay for a half decent ratchet, well by half decent I mean better than this, then buy a few sockets that are common and you might need to use for a breakdown or light repairs. I mean, if your car is metric then why would you want 14 imperial sockets?
Pliers are £1 in poundland, as are a set of screwdriver bits, which are as good (or bad depending on which way you look at it) as these, and I imagine most people already have pliers anyway.
Anyway not wanting to argue, just giving my point of view :)
othen
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othen
peter1969uk
HerWorseHalf
othen

There will be lots of commentators saying this is rubbish to follow,
That will be because it is rubbish...
At £8.99, what do you expect snap-on? The pliers are around £2 for a cheap pair. So when you add in all the rest of the tools, its not a bad price for the occasional non-pro use.
This is sensible, and (again with respect) HerWorseHalf's comment was unsubstantiated and... just plain silly. I don't know why, but whenever there are discussions about tools on HUKD someone always says whatever is being discussed is rubbish, and advocates something else costing 8 times as much (which will probably be better, but many readers may not need better).
As long as buyers understand they are getting a lower end tool kit at an outstanding price, and don't expect Snap-On (or even Halfords professional) quality (and who would for £9?) they will not be disappointed.
You'll have noticed that I didn't comment on the value, just stated that they were rubbish, which they are. If someone is aware of this, and decides to purchase anyway, that's up to them. The trouble is that most people aren't aware of the limitations of such tools, and easily push them past their limits, at which point they can bend, break, damage what you're using them on, and sometimes the user as well.
I also didn't advocate anything, and am certainly not in awe of the Snap-On label, but if anyone asked for a recommendation for a cheap tool set I would suggest a basic socket set, spanner set and pliers from Lidl for example, which would come to around £25. Yes, it's more, but would cover a greater range of sizes and be a significant increase in quality.
But as they say, you pays your money and you takes your choice...
My view is substantiated by owning and using this kit (see the note about having it as an emergency outfit in my old Saab above), yours is based on ... nothing except prejudice, but this is not worth arguing about. We will have to agree to disagree.

My opinion is based on earning my living using tools for more than 30 years, so far more than prejudice. I have owned and used such tools, and am well aware of the quality, or lack thereof. Yes, they're very cheap, and sometimes any tool is better than no tool, and if you're happy with that level of quality, great. I'm not telling you or anyone else what to do.
HerWorseHalf
othen
peter1969uk
HerWorseHalf
othen

There will be lots of commentators saying this is rubbish to follow,
That will be because it is rubbish...
At £8.99, what do you expect snap-on? The pliers are around £2 for a cheap pair. So when you add in all the rest of the tools, its not a bad price for the occasional non-pro use.
This is sensible, and (again with respect) HerWorseHalf's comment was unsubstantiated and... just plain silly. I don't know why, but whenever there are discussions about tools on HUKD someone always says whatever is being discussed is rubbish, and advocates something else costing 8 times as much (which will probably be better, but many readers may not need better).
As long as buyers understand they are getting a lower end tool kit at an outstanding price, and don't expect Snap-On (or even Halfords professional) quality (and who would for £9?) they will not be disappointed.
You'll have noticed that I didn't comment on the value, just stated that they were rubbish, which they are. If someone is aware of this, and decides to purchase anyway, that's up to them. The trouble is that most people aren't aware of the limitations of such tools, and easily push them past their limits, at which point they can bend, break, damage what you're using them on, and sometimes the user as well.
I also didn't advocate anything, and am certainly not in awe of the Snap-On label, but if anyone asked for a recommendation for a cheap tool set I would suggest a basic socket set, spanner set and pliers from Lidl for example, which would come to around £25. Yes, it's more, but would cover a greater range of sizes and be a significant increase in quality.
But as they say, you pays your money and you takes your choice...
My view is substantiated by owning and using this kit (see the note about having it as an emergency outfit in my old Saab above), yours is based on ... nothing except prejudice, but this is not worth arguing about. We will have to agree to disagree.
othen
peter1969uk
HerWorseHalf
othen

There will be lots of commentators saying this is rubbish to follow,
That will be because it is rubbish...
At £8.99, what do you expect snap-on? The pliers are around £2 for a cheap pair. So when you add in all the rest of the tools, its not a bad price for the occasional non-pro use.
This is sensible, and (again with respect) HerWorseHalf's comment was unsubstantiated and... just plain silly. I don't know why, but whenever there are discussions about tools on HUKD someone always says whatever is being discussed is rubbish, and advocates something else costing 8 times as much (which will probably be better, but many readers may not need better).
As long as buyers understand they are getting a lower end tool kit at an outstanding price, and don't expect Snap-On (or even Halfords professional) quality (and who would for £9?) they will not be disappointed.

You'll have noticed that I didn't comment on the value, just stated that they were rubbish, which they are. If someone is aware of this, and decides to purchase anyway, that's up to them. The trouble is that most people aren't aware of the limitations of such tools, and easily push them past their limits, at which point they can bend, break, damage what you're using them on, and sometimes the user as well.

I also didn't advocate anything, and am certainly not in awe of the Snap-On label, but if anyone asked for a recommendation for a cheap tool set I would suggest a basic socket set, spanner set and pliers from Lidl for example, which would come to around £25. Yes, it's more, but would cover a greater range of sizes and be a significant increase in quality.

But as they say, you pays your money and you takes your choice...
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2 for £34.00 on selected Mac Allister Tools @ B&Q, Collect in Store or £5 delivery + 7% Quidco

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£34.00 @ B&Q
So for £17 each you can have any of these (provided you buy 2):- Mac Allister 500W 220-240V Jigsaw MSJS500 Mac Allister 3.6V Li-Ion Cordless Screwdriver MSSD36-LI Mac Allister 600W Corded Hammer
So for £17 each you can have any of these (provided you buy 2):- Mac Allister 500W 220-240V Jigsaw MSJS500 Mac Allister 3.6V Li-Ion Cordless Screwdriver MSSD36-LI Mac Allister 600W Corded Hammer
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Cheers - got the sheet and corner sanders - good reviews
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Free - All-in-one Toolbox Pro Edition

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Valentine offer. Free Pro Upgrade if you can find 3 Love Letters in the App and share to 1 friend. Locations are: 1. Heart booster (Toolbox, Heart Booster) 2. Homepage Edit (press the 3 line…
Valentine offer. Free Pro Upgrade if you can find 3 Love Letters in the App and share to 1 friend. Locations are: 1. Heart booster (Toolbox, Heart Booster) 2. Homepage Edit (press the 3 line…
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Mine came through yesterday. This was only a 3 day offer so now closed.
Has this finished? I can't find the Toolbox/Heart Booster app
Mine came through, cheers OP
Got mine this morning. Seems to be a standard licence key because I only sent out a plain email...no device ID ect.

they send you a link to download an apk and you go to pro on the menu and enter the licence key.
Crossbow
GPDFI
I just emailed their support/Feedback and will see what they come back with
They are doing it manually apparently, so could take days? Quoted from their G'Play page:
"Thanks for participating this challenge, for all lucky guys who have win [sic] valentine gift please be patient, we are busy sending out gift one by one manually. You will get your All-In-One Toolbox pro very soon :)"
Good spot, cheers.
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170W Variable Speed Rotary Tool with LCD and 219-Piece Accessory Set - £24.99 @ Maplin

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Seems like a good deal. Went to 297° at £29.99 9 months ago.
Seems like a good deal. Went to 297° at £29.99 9 months ago.
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price raised to 49.99
Shows £49.99 now
Anyone know if these will work with dremel accessories like the plunge router
I put all sorts of info on an older Deal post about this (wondering aloud if you can change the carbon brushes on this, like Dremel - Maplin said No but not sure I trust their Q&A responses, they're not always accurate and people chime in with conflicting advice!) - on Post #7 http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/170w-variable-speed-8-000-35-000rpm-rotary-tool-with-lcd-display-219-piece-accessory-2447830
Purchased one thanks and recieved a £3 voucher off next purchase
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£14 off £100 spend at toolstation

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Forge Steel Carpenters Tool Belt was £8.99 now £2.99 @ Screwfix

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£2.99 @ Screwfix
As above with great reviews, Highly durable, Tool Belt with smooth back rivets to prevent snagging and breathable padding on belt for maximum safety and comfort. Contents not included. 90-120cm Adj…
As above with great reviews, Highly durable, Tool Belt with smooth back rivets to prevent snagging and breathable padding on belt for maximum safety and comfort. Contents not included. 90-120cm Adj…
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90-120cm Adjustable Waist Wahey! I fitted into a standard size, I'm proper skinny I am. (_;)
This is perfect if your a going to a fancy dress party as one of "The Village People"
Heat added Gazz :)
Proveright
I have one, cheap if you can find stock. The weak point is the rivets, they pull through the material. Best to pop a few extra rivets in or sew it up before it falls apart.

All the 10 stores near me have stock.
I had one and it was crap. It's ok for just a little diy but for a workbelt every day then this is not good at all
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12.7% OFF ALL ORDERS AT ANGLIA TOOL CENTRE- 5% off all orders at Anglia tool centre (Festool, DeWalt, Makita) + 7.7% cash back with quidco

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100% fully working
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Halfords 8 Drawer Tool Chest on Castors £75.00 (previously £150)

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£75.00 @ Halfords
Seems a reasonable price for a decent product. No doubt it isn't suitable or robust enough for professional use. But appears solid enough for my moderate needs. Castors are a little small but I don't
Seems a reasonable price for a decent product. No doubt it isn't suitable or robust enough for professional use. But appears solid enough for my moderate needs. Castors are a little small but I don't
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I bought this for £60 5 years ago when it was on hot deals .

It's a great price especially on trade. The wheels don't roll well but you could upgrade them later otherwise it's great.

Edit: just bought another to keep organised.
rebeccakeward
I popped in to Halfords the other night to kill some time while my daughter was at dance class and walked out with this. Had a slight knock on the back panel but doesn't effect anything so didn't bother returning it. Castors are a little poor besides that perfect for the average diy'er, good quality ball bearing draws and looks great in my shed


I bet you didn't walk out with it! I had to use a trolley as it was too heavy to walk to the car ;):D
I popped in to Halfords the other night to kill some time while my daughter was at dance class and walked out with this. Had a slight knock on the back panel but doesn't effect anything so didn't bother returning it. Castors are a little poor besides that perfect for the average diy'er, good quality ball bearing draws and looks great in my shed
I have this. Had to take first one back as the panel on base was all warped. Ide advise checking it before you leave the store. I had to go to a store 13 miles away to find a replacement. It's fine if you're not using it day to day.
very good deal by the looks would love to of had a trade card though :D
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Makita Impact Driver DTD152Z body only £55.00 @ Amazon (back ordered) Prime Exclusive

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£55.00 @ Amazon
Really good price on this from Amazon for those who prefer to buy from them! Cheapest price on Amazon since Black Friday (which had it for £1.01 less). Product Description Electric brake .Vari…
Really good price on this from Amazon for those who prefer to buy from them! Cheapest price on Amazon since Black Friday (which had it for £1.01 less). Product Description Electric brake .Vari…
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Scorpion
Anyone spotting a cheap makita battery to pair with this let me know !
check my post above, batteries I got are still going strong after 50 boxes of 200 screws, charge holds well and recharges quickly
Anyone spotting a cheap makita battery to pair with this let me know !
Have one mains powered, this thing brakes off screw heads :D
beljata
£57 on ebay, not such a great deal


​cheaper than ebay :p
beljata
£57 on ebay, not such a great deal
Depends if you value a lower price and free returns process...
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Cheap Workbench £39.99 (Was £54.99) amazing tool @ Screwfix

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£39.99 @ Screwfix
great workbench was 54.99 and is now 39.99 on 15 hours left though for this price... screwfix emailed me this offer... but on the website it is there for everyone... no discount code required…
great workbench was 54.99 and is now 39.99 on 15 hours left though for this price... screwfix emailed me this offer... but on the website it is there for everyone... no discount code required…
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Tried to order these:
http://www.screwfix.com/p/toughbuilt-c700-all-metal-saw-horse/8618k

But discounts didn't apply
What do they work on? I tried them and nothing happened...
chinese_dude
bfam
chinese_dude
I just used the Screwfix codes yesterday on this and tool box and other stuff to a value of £124, only paid £64 after using and stacking the 3 codes sent SFL128W22 SFL128W23 SFL128W24
shame you didnt tell us yesterday
You can still use them on other stuff.

Really wanted the work bench with a few other bits.
bfam
chinese_dude
I just used the Screwfix codes yesterday on this and tool box and other stuff to a value of £124, only paid £64 after using and stacking the 3 codes sent SFL128W22 SFL128W23 SFL128W24
shame you didnt tell us yesterday
You can still use them on other stuff.
chinese_dude
I just used the Screwfix codes yesterday on this and tool box and other stuff to a value of £124, only paid £64 after using and stacking the 3 codes sent SFL128W22 SFL128W23 SFL128W24
shame you didnt tell us yesterday
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DEWALT DCD795D2 COMBI DRILL 2-18V-2AH LI-ION BATTERIES BRUSHLESS £148.26 @ Power Tools UK

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£148.26 @ powertoolsuk
Looking for a new drill, found this, quite good price for a brushless one...metal gearbox, hammer action, 2x2Ah batteries
Looking for a new drill, found this, quite good price for a brushless one...metal gearbox, hammer action, 2x2Ah batteries
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admirable
Although it's a few pennies cheaper it's hardly a deal as it's about the same price at Screwfix. The advantage with Screwfix is you can pop along to the local depot and pick it up rather than wait for delivery.

Link to Screwfix


​I don't know how long ago screwfix got it at this price, but checking tool's prices all year round many times these guys got the best price, so personally I prefer to honour them.
Although it's a few pennies cheaper it's hardly a deal as it's about the same price at Screwfix. The advantage with Screwfix is you can pop along to the local depot and pick it up rather than wait for delivery.

Link to Screwfix
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RAC Emergency Multi Tool, £6.71 free delivery@ Eurocarparts

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£6.71 @ Euro Car Parts
Excellent little multi tool to keep in the car for emergencies. Includes digital tyre gauge, torch, emergency seat belt cutter and windscreen hammer. Using the discount code - WEEKEND30, you c…
Excellent little multi tool to keep in the car for emergencies. Includes digital tyre gauge, torch, emergency seat belt cutter and windscreen hammer. Using the discount code - WEEKEND30, you c…
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horizon-in
Did anyone recieved it yet?


​emailed them regarding it cos never received the usual dhl texts.
had send 2 emails cos first they said there was error and for some reason my order was on hold on the system and was going to sort it.
now week later they saying will be here on 28th been a delay with special supplier.
I ordered on 5th
Did anyone recieved it yet?
Well - the 'Get Deal' link goes to an irrelevant section on ECP's site and I've searched on every conceivable word(s), but this item just isn't there :(
Does anyone have a direct link or Product Code? I have a feeling this has expired...
VeedubyaGTi
If you need to smash a window to get out in an emergency, you can also remove the headrest and use the metal part ;)


​but but but. ...that one is free. where is the fun in that?
realtek
dm79
Without wanting to piddle on your chips these (minus tyre pressure) are in the pound shops. Nice if you want all in 1 I suppose
And you risk your lives on a £1 tyre pressure gauge? I wouldn't skimp on a decent one which has probably been calibrated better
read what he said again

he said these are available in pound shops but they don't include a tyre pressure gauge
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Worx Circular Saw /Power tool/ £49.99 instore DIy HOMEBASE

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Showing £64.99 on the shelf. £88 in Argos. Bargain at £49.99. Spend a penny and you get a £10 voucher off next purchase. (Voucher states valid until 15th Feb, minimum spend £10). Good deal I wou…
Showing £64.99 on the shelf. £88 in Argos. Bargain at £49.99. Spend a penny and you get a £10 voucher off next purchase. (Voucher states valid until 15th Feb, minimum spend £10). Good deal I wou…
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EDEN188
Op, sorry to hijack your thread. I'm not much of a diy person, but thinking of getting a jigsaw to cut some boards, would this tool be better than a jigsaw? or do they serve different purposes please?
Just wondering to get this rather than a jigsaw.
heat added btw.

Both different tools, jig saw more suited to cutting 'shapes' this would be for cutting straight cuts.

I'm not sure why anyone would want to choose this over a standard circular saw - perhaps a little more 'manageable'/'less scary'?

Standard circular saw being something like this for the same price http://www.screwfix.com/p/evolution-rage1b1852-1200w-185mm-multipurpose-circular-saw-230v/84664

Not used the Rage Circular Saw but I have their 255cm sliding mitre saw and so far so good, although I've only done about 30 cuts...

This might interest you:
http://toolguyd.com/jigsaw-vs-circular-saw-for-diy/


​thanks for the link, emdisse, interesting answer.
EDEN188
Op, sorry to hijack your thread. I'm not much of a diy person, but thinking of getting a jigsaw to cut some boards, would this tool be better than a jigsaw? or do they serve different purposes please?
Just wondering to get this rather than a jigsaw.
heat added btw.

Both different tools, jig saw more suited to cutting 'shapes' this would be for cutting straight cuts.

I'm not sure why anyone would want to choose this over a standard circular saw - perhaps a little more 'manageable'/'less scary'?

Standard circular saw being something like this for the same price http://www.screwfix.com/p/evolution-rage1b1852-1200w-185mm-multipurpose-circular-saw-230v/84664

Not used the Rage Circular Saw but I have their 255cm sliding mitre saw and so far so good, although I've only done about 30 cuts...

This might interest you:
http://toolguyd.com/jigsaw-vs-circular-saw-for-diy/

Edited By: emdiesse on Feb 08, 2017 14:09
EDEN188
Op, sorry to hijack your thread. I'm not much of a diy person, but thinking of getting a jigsaw to cut some boards, would this tool be better than a jigsaw? or do they serve different purposes please?
Just wondering to get this rather than a jigsaw.
heat added btw.

Not used one of these before, but it might be easier to use a standard wired circular saw.
Silhouette
Worth the extra few quid for the 700

If you consider £87 to be an 'extra few quid' that is!!
elvisshouldplayska
EDEN188
Op, sorry to hijack your thread. I'm not much of a diy person, but thinking of getting a jigsaw to cut some boards, would this tool be better than a jigsaw? or do they serve different purposes please?

Just wondering to get this rather than a jigsaw.

heat added btw.


​​If it's floorboards (you can set depth up to 25mm) or flatboard sheet board you are cutting this is the kiddie for you. Nice 90 degree cut when used with supplied fence or clamped straight edge. Great little saw - try to get version with spare blades.


​thanks for the info Elvis
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Ozito rotary tool with tools for £21.74 @ Homebase/ Bunnings.

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Spotted in Daventry store, this looks good for the price considering the number of tools (109) and flexible connector. You can get the one with 42 tools for £30.45. I know which one I prefer! Looks…
Spotted in Daventry store, this looks good for the price considering the number of tools (109) and flexible connector. You can get the one with 42 tools for £30.45. I know which one I prefer! Looks…
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I like the look of some of the brands they are bringing in though, reasonable pro-sumer stuff
, visually anyway, haven't used any of it yet..
urbanbushwacker
it may be a good tool but im not going all the way to Australia for a rotary tool (( bunnings )) mate you great galah! oO
You wont have to as the very first Bunnings concept store opened yesterday in St Albans Hertfordshire. ( Old Homebase in Griffiths Way) The first sausage sizzle tomorrow ! Its B & Q on steroids, taller racking packed to the rafters of DIY, no familiar Homebase style or goods, cant understand the Aussie logic, B & Q are closing down lots of their stores in favour of Screwfix outlets.
it may be a good tool but im not going all the way to Australia for a rotary tool (( bunnings )) mate you great galah! oO
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Stanley Toolbox reduced to £4.00 @ B&Q

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£4.00 @ B&Q
Stanley Toolbox reduced to £4 15" @ B&Q Great size to have around the house for odd jobs here and there!
Stanley Toolbox reduced to £4 15" @ B&Q Great size to have around the house for odd jobs here and there!
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brought one yesterday in belvedere store.... more in stock
tiggerloveslife
Just a head's up...I ordered these for Home Delivery about a month ago and they are a lot smaller than I expected and you really can't fit that much in them.


​Are they 15" like the description says?
Just a head's up...I ordered these for Home Delivery about a month ago and they are a lot smaller than I expected and you really can't fit that much in them.
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omarmahmood
Gonna get hot.. heat8)

only a £3 saving mate, settle.


​£3 off £7 item.. It's effectively 43% off a Stanley brand product what more do you want? The hukd community have voted it hott anyway settled X)

Edited By: omarmahmood on Feb 03, 2017 22:52: .
omarmahmood
Gonna get hot.. heat8)

only a £3 saving mate, settle.
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Makita B03710 Sander - £49.99 @ Screwfix

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MAKITA BO3710 ⅓ SHEET SANDER 240V @ Screwfix. The next cheapest is through Amazon, £58 but that is 110v version. I ended up getting that as I have a transformer, 240v is more expensive. Availabl…
MAKITA BO3710 ⅓ SHEET SANDER 240V @ Screwfix. The next cheapest is through Amazon, £58 but that is 110v version. I ended up getting that as I have a transformer, 240v is more expensive. Availabl…
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snappyfish
I need to sand some doors, door frames and skirting this any good?

need to sand some doors, door frames and skirting this any good?
Orbital sanders are a waste of time. Random orbit sanders are way, way better.
I have a couple of 4" belt sanders which I only use for heavy removal with a 40 grit - but a 6" random orbit sander is the first choice. You can get away with 60 grit even because the scratches aren't so obvious as with a belt sander.
An air sander uses a really lot of air - not diy .
Best I've used is the Metabo https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/7du/Metabo-600129380-SXE450-240V-Orbit-Sander/B000VE4G7S
The Bosch PEX 400 is good for a diy.
The cheap supermarket versions aren't that bad but not used them for long so don't know how robust they are.


Edited By: zzzz on Feb 10, 2017 22:22: Add info.
jaizan
callum84
[quote=fazered] Random orbital is slow but very hard to get wrong. Plus OP has already purchased.
This is not a random orbital sander.
Something like the Makita BO5031 Random Orbit Palm Sander is a random orbital sander.
For years I muddled on with a belt sander (good for serious material removal) and a couple of uttelry useless 1/3 sheet sanders.
Then I paid about £90 for a Makita random orbital sander. It is way ahead of the 1/3rd sheet sanders.
Your right mate, meant orbital shouldnt have put random.
callum84
[quote=fazered] Random orbital is slow but very hard to get wrong. Plus OP has already purchased.
This is not a random orbital sander.

Something like the Makita BO5031 Random Orbit Palm Sander is a random orbital sander.

For years I muddled on with a belt sander (good for serious material removal) and a couple of uttelry useless 1/3 sheet sanders.
Then I paid about £90 for a Makita random orbital sander. It is way ahead of the 1/3rd sheet sanders.
Good deal :)
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NON SEXY TOOL TIME Aldi Workzone Table Vice £5.99 @ Aldi

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yes its non sexy yes its not flash and yes it has no load speed OR LED lighting and its not from Miami but it is a vice! a table vice its one of others things that when you need it you need it and for…
yes its non sexy yes its not flash and yes it has no load speed OR LED lighting and its not from Miami but it is a vice! a table vice its one of others things that when you need it you need it and for…
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With that deal title, I cast shame on all of you for not posting this before me:

http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/dam/assets/140518225013-07-pamela-anderson-horizontal-gallery.jpg
grumbler
Is it made from cast aluminium? Not the best material for a vice IMHO.

It's £6. I don't think it's intended for anything hardcore.
Is it made from cast aluminium? Not the best material for a vice IMHO.
I have the suction version and its VERY useful, being able to adjust angle is Brilliant well worth the money.

Edited By: SCOUSEKEVIN on Feb 02, 2017 21:11
Anything with a "Ball Clamp" and a "Suction Cup" sounds sexy to me.

Edited By: antenna on Feb 02, 2017 19:08
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JML 8-in-1 Multi Torch: Bright LED Torch & Multi-Tool Penknife £5.97 @ Asda Wolstanton instore

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£5.97 @ George (Asda George)
ordered one just for fun :D
ordered one just for fun :D
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if this was in the pound shop, i would not buy
got one
not bad for the price
snowflake75
8 in 1 eh


I know what you mean, like a tool gangbang
macobrum
AbuM
Available online at Tesco for 2p more.
it was £11.99 at 3 AM yet...


Still £5.99

http://www.tesco.com/direct/jml-8-in-1-multi-torch/416-5519.prd?source=others