Aldi 4 Piece Pry Bar Set £8.99 from today
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Aldi 4 Piece Pry Bar Set £8.99 from today

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Found 9th Feb 2014
For lifting, separating and general DIY tasks.

Heat treated, powder-coated carbon steel
Sizes: 8", 12", 18" and 24"

14 Comments

Original Poster

https://www.aldi.co.uk/fileadmin/fm-dam/products/product_photos/Specialbuys_2013/2014/W07/Sunday/W0714_PD_Sunday_UK19.jpg

window access system for the burgarlers sorted then

Original Poster

scoobytawazara

window access system for the burgarlers sorted then





Very handy for diy car work etc

Better off buying these for the same price: m.screwfix.com/p/r…rue

Don't want to knock your post but those bars from Aldi bend very easily, sorry (I am actually a big fan of Aldi, not a snotty nosed ****hole!)

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vento21

Better off buying these for the same price: … Better off buying these for the same price: http://m.screwfix.com/p/roughneck-wrecking-bar-set-3pcs/45430?filtered=trueDon't want to knock your post but those bars from Aldi bend very easily, sorry (I am actually a big fan of Aldi, not a snotty nosed ****hole!)



for building work and diy perhaps, rather use the Aldi ones on cars etc personally, a bit of give isn't always a bad thing, can save damage to alloy components etc, sometimes a pry bar is not enough and heat etc is needed.

thanks for offering an alternative

vento21

Better off buying these for the same price: … Better off buying these for the same price: http://m.screwfix.com/p/roughneck-wrecking-bar-set-3pcs/45430?filtered=trueDon't want to knock your post but those bars from Aldi bend very easily, sorry (I am actually a big fan of Aldi, not a snotty nosed ****hole!)



Totally different tool the Aldi set are pry bars as others have noted very useful for mechanical users - just used one when replacing brake pads. The other set probably live up to there name as wrecking bars useful if replacing flooring or removing windows

vento21

Better off buying these for the same price: … Better off buying these for the same price: http://m.screwfix.com/p/roughneck-wrecking-bar-set-3pcs/45430?filtered=trueDon't want to knock your post but those bars from Aldi bend very easily, sorry (I am actually a big fan of Aldi, not a snotty nosed ****hole!)



Comparing apples and oranges springs to mind I think

@ bellamy_47

For lifting, separating and general DIY tasks.



Thought that's what Wonder bra's did.

Whatever you do don't hit the handle with a hammer, exact same set I got from Machine Mart the handle shattered.

Original Poster

oberlisc

@ bellamy_47Thought that's what Wonder bra's did.Whatever you do don't … @ bellamy_47Thought that's what Wonder bra's did.Whatever you do don't hit the handle with a hammer, exact same set I got from Machine Mart the handle shattered.



yeah, you shouldn't hit most tools with hammers, chisels and pound through screwdrivers and impact drivers excepted

bellamy_47

yeah, you shouldn't hit most tools with hammers, chisels and pound … yeah, you shouldn't hit most tools with hammers, chisels and pound through screwdrivers and impact drivers excepted

yest when hit with a hammer it could blow a mans head clean off

Can easily recoup the £8.99 using these to break into cars, heat

Thought title was "Pry Bra"

Much more worth getting!

The pervs are out in force tonight!

Thieves; fill your boots.
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