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4 BRASS RADIATOR BLEED KEYS 99p DELIVERED - EBAY / BedExpress123
4 BRASS RADIATOR BLEED KEYS 99p DELIVERED - EBAY / BedExpress123

4 BRASS RADIATOR BLEED KEYS 99p DELIVERED - EBAY / BedExpress123

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About the best price around - 4 radiator keys for less than a pound, delivered.

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Original Poster

Direct link here:

ebay.co.uk/itm…395


Edited by: "Newbold" 3rd Jan

Listing removed

Original Poster

thedvdmonster

Listing removed



HUKD link now working.
Edited by: "Newbold" 3rd Jan

Oos

Original Poster

cuzzy

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/381876613395?


That's the one - thanks.

Why would you ever need 4

Original Poster

PLANKT0N0

Why would you ever need 4


Because they have a habit of getting lost, and there's a better chance of finding one if you've got a spare or two.
And also because it's as cheap to buy 4 as it is 1.

SuperEd

Link should be all fixed now

thanks op ordered

Original Poster

goonertillidie

Link should be all fixed now


Thanks.

Thanks OP Ordered....not sure why... I have warm air heating.

mainland postage only

world's gone mad

Strange, daughter just asked me to go and bleed her radiators, think she needs some of these. Ordered and voted hot.:)

These are bad, the 'T' bar ones are better.

OOS, but Toolstation have them for 49p each if you have one near you

toolstation.com/sho…=no

cullies

mainland postage only



"Postage: Doesn't post to Northern Ireland"
Wonder if he knows Royal Mail delivers here.
Edited by: "natasha8642" 3rd Jan

M1LFHunter

These are bad, the 'T' bar ones are better.



I agree I bought a pack of these a year ago, didn't do the job.I ordered some of the dark metal draper ones in the end that worked, just my experience

I can confirm that these one's below are also totally rubbish!!

ebay.co.uk/itm…668?hash=item461465500c:g:f34AAOxyOMdS2WvK

These look, from the photo, like the head is shaped as a circle with a square inset in them. Does anybody know the point of that? Any radiator bleed valve I've ever seen is square headed.

Reason I mention it is I bought a couple of bleed keys from B&Q a few weeks ago having lost my old trusty one, and they were both of this design. As a result, they won't properly engage with the bleed valve and I only managed to loosen one of my radiators, the rest just slipped on the head. Didn't risk any more messing as they obviously weren't up to the job.

I was going to mention the ones shinds found as a good alternative as they appear to be the correct square head - what's wrong with those ones shinds?

Still available just purchased

currymonster1970

I agree I bought a pack of these a year ago, didn't do the job.I ordered … I agree I bought a pack of these a year ago, didn't do the job.I ordered some of the dark metal draper ones in the end that worked, just my experience



Not just bad, my turning handle snapped off when trying to bleed the radiator! Fortunately it hadn't started bleeding as I didn't have another near-by.

No love, you go and do the washing up, this is a mans job!

Why 4? What do you do with the other 3? Sell them on eBay?

ordered tks

BDawg

Why 4? What do you do with the other 3? Sell them on eBay?



​exactly....what's the bleeding point

Why not just use a screw driver?

Original Poster

MusaX

Why not just use a screw driver?


Try it - you'll find the answer very quickly.

Newbold

Try it - you'll find the answer very quickly.



​They probably have the ones you can do with a flathead screwdriver. Our towel rail ones are like this.

Asked my closest 3 neighbours for 25p, we can have 1 each and I fleeced them for 1p.... oh happy days

Oh FFS I bought 2 of these for £1 last time.

Heat. Urgh.

There are different types of bleed valves, B&Q used to sell individual one's for £1.99 which were the standard square or these rounded type 5 for £2.99, they slip and round the square edges if you try to use then on standard bleed valves. Beware.

Newbold

Try it - you'll find the answer very quickly.



Really? I had no problems with a slotted screwdriver on all of mine. Was I doing something wrong?
Edited by: "benjai" 3rd Jan

Price has gone up to £5 now delivered so this deal should be expired.

I can never find my bleeding keys

What's better than 1 radiator bleed valve? 4!

Bleedin' bargain.

Price has dropped back to 99p

Fill ya boots
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