48 piece ratchet set £12.99 - Lidl
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48 piece ratchet set £12.99 - Lidl

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Found 13th Aug 2013
Made from chrome vanadium steel and S2 steel
Set contains:
- 13 sockets
- 21 bits
- 4 x hex keys
- Ratchet with quick release function
- T-handle
- Square handle
- Box nut adaptor
- Flexible extension
- 2 x extensions
- Universal joint
2 year manufacturer's warranty

23 Comments

Price?
It's 46 piece by the way, not 48.
Edited by: "stamfordblue" 13th Aug 2013

says £12.99 on the website!

stamfordblue

Price?It's 46 piece by the way, not 48.


I get it to 42 or 43 counting the case.

bigbaz

I get it to 42 or 43 counting the case.





- 13 sockets
- 21 bits
- 4 x hex keys
- Ratchet with quick release function
- T-handle
- Square handle
- Box nut adaptor
- Flexible extension
- 2 x extensions
- Universal joint

= 46

Gordon40

- 13 sockets- 21 bits- 4 x hex keys- Ratchet with quick release function- … - 13 sockets- 21 bits- 4 x hex keys- Ratchet with quick release function- T-handle- Square handle- Box nut adaptor- Flexible extension- 2 x extensions- Universal joint= 46


I see no hex keys so -4 =42

Is this deal on now or is it from thursday?

bigbaz

I get it to 42 or 43 counting the case.



I just took 46 from the title and listing on the Lidl site.
It's instore on the 15th so we''ll see then

Are they all metric?

It saves buying a set and then shoving 40% of the contents in a drawer to simplify finding the wrong sizes when trying to fix something in poor light.

Yeah Metric. You can zoom in on the photo on Lidl's website.

1/4" drive? I think I would rather have the Bahco (a snap on brand) set that was on here for £18.95 the other day.

Go for it..

there is 4 allen keys on the left

Got one on Thursday, great bit of kit!
Ideal to keep in the boot of the car.

After the problems I'm having with other cheap tools I don't think I'll bother!

There seems to be a lot of postings recently saying how great the Lidl and Aldi DIY deals are. Unfortunately my experience is very different. I've had masonry drills that break and bend o n first use, drivers that have their heads ripped off if trying to unscrew anything but the si mplest fixing and saw blades that are blunt after a few uses. Yes they are cheap but that is exactly what you get, rubbish

nivvy34

There seems to be a lot of postings recently saying how great the Lidl … There seems to be a lot of postings recently saying how great the Lidl and Aldi DIY deals are. Unfortunately my experience is very different. I've had masonry drills that break and bend o n first use, drivers that have their heads ripped off if trying to unscrew anything but the si mplest fixing and saw blades that are blunt after a few uses. Yes they are cheap but that is exactly what you get, rubbish



From my experience with Aldi and Lidl is that Lidl have better specials, especially the tools and Aldi have better food but poorer tools.
This is a really well made set with a decent ratchet.

More than pleased with mine.

I'd go along with the last comment. I bought this set last year and am really happy with it.

£12.99 is a lot of money for something made out of cheese.

Nice one, I needed to get ratchet !

*clicky*

Monkeybumcheeks

Nice one, I needed to get ratchet !*clicky*


And what you got was a Racket

Its a good tune !

Good set. Bought yesterday and used to change engine in my car. Fantastic.

Why is this unexpired? This was from 3 weeks ago, and certainly in my local they sold out within 2 days?!?!?!
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