216 Piece Toolkit Lidl - Powerfix £69.99 at Lidl
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216 Piece Toolkit Lidl - Powerfix £69.99 at Lidl

£69.99LIDL Deals
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Found 5th May 2016
Good quality fair priced kit from Lidl.

216 piece set
Comprehensive range of tools made from chrome-vanadium, chrome-molybdenum or S2 steel, neatly arranged in a sturdy, practical case

Available from 12/05 till sold out...
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HEAT!

Good solid tools and lots of them ;-)

http://www.lidl.co.uk/catalogmedia/uk/article/273275/273275_03_f.jpg
http://www.lidl.co.uk/catalogmedia/uk/article/273275/273275_02_f.jpg
Not sure how you can comment on the quality as they're not even available yet....?
Shengis

Not sure how you can comment on the quality as they're not even available … Not sure how you can comment on the quality as they're not even available yet....?


They have been selling Powerfix branded tools like this for years. I have several of their items, and they compare well with my Draper Expert tools.
They look identical to the steel forge cheap stuff rebranded to amtech
Shengis

Not sure how you can comment on the quality as they're not even available … Not sure how you can comment on the quality as they're not even available yet....?


they've been selling it for years
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one time it got 650degrees, other times all low heat
I guarantee you it would be a 204 piece maximum toolkit within seconds of me opening it. I seem to have a miraculous ability to lose items instantly.
good find op, heat added
Looks an impressive set but after a quick look 50% of those I would never use. But heat for the price and I imagine being LIDL respectable quality.
when is this out?
seems expensive but then again would probably cost you that to buy it all seperate
Lifetime warranty, as well. Lifetime of a fly in front of my Raid spray, of course
davidbrent

I guarantee you it would be a 204 piece maximum toolkit within seconds of … I guarantee you it would be a 204 piece maximum toolkit within seconds of me opening it. I seem to have a miraculous ability to lose items instantly.


Do you have a dog by any chance?
Had same problem = nut case of a Jack Russell oO
I bought this years ago and it has been brilliant! Might be a few bob, but worth every penny. Very heavy though!
qwerty212

seems expensive but then again would probably cost you that to buy it all … seems expensive but then again would probably cost you that to buy it all seperate


And the rest...
Shengis

Not sure how you can comment on the quality as they're not even available … Not sure how you can comment on the quality as they're not even available yet....?



You can see the quality from the picture!

And its from a German supplier.

Voted HOT, HOT, HOT!
Tempted..and I have no reason whatsoever to buy this....

Heat from me!

Is there a breakdown? Be more tempted if it has security bits...again don't need them, but mighty tempting....
EveshamLad

You can see the quality from the picture!And its from a German supplier. … You can see the quality from the picture!And its from a German supplier. Voted HOT, HOT, HOT!


That's a new one on me to be able to see the quality from an image,amazing.
The majority of cars only use a handful of nuts, in fact I think cars like the 2CV mostly used 10mm everywhere, so half of this kit is pointless. I've rarely needed to use a spanner for anything.
Why risk breaking rounding off a rusted torx bolt on your car when a better made tool would have removed it easily.
The security bits are handy, but just buy a box of them and leave it in a drawer.
EveshamLad

You can see the quality from the picture!And its from a German supplier. … You can see the quality from the picture!And its from a German supplier. Voted HOT, HOT, HOT!


VW are german too, we all know how that went......


Zontes

They have been selling Powerfix branded tools like this for years. I have … They have been selling Powerfix branded tools like this for years. I have several of their items, and they compare well with my Draper Expert tools.


I own Profix and Draper tools. Draper stuff from 20 years ago was good. That is all.
horsey

The majority of cars only use a handful of nuts, in fact I think cars … The majority of cars only use a handful of nuts, in fact I think cars like the 2CV mostly used 10mm everywhere, so half of this kit is pointless. I've rarely needed to use a spanner for anything.Why risk breaking rounding off a rusted torx bolt on your car when a better made tool would have removed it easily.The security bits are handy, but just buy a box of them and leave it in a drawer.


So true. Then you find that one nut that no set in the world can remove that needs a special tool ie a 19mm deep ring spanner lol.
Available from 12/05 till sold out...
Val2015

Lifetime warranty, as well. Lifetime of a fly in front of my Raid spray, … Lifetime warranty, as well. Lifetime of a fly in front of my Raid spray, of course


Where does it say lifetime warranty?
Are they ratchet spanners ?
JarrodWRX

Are they ratchet spanners ?


You so funeeeeee X)

If thats what you're after try halfrauds as they normally have them @50% sale price of £40. Good quality.
Would personally prefer the stanley ones available at halfords for around the same price... Various different tools I'm sure. Just a note for any would be buyers to compare the both before a purchase.
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