Bahco 2058S26 Ratchet Socket Bit Set 26-Piece £15 (Prime) @ Amazon
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Bahco 2058S26 Ratchet Socket Bit Set 26-Piece £15 (Prime) @ Amazon

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Great reviews on this Bahco ratchet set. Not your usual cheap rubbish.

Usual delivery charge for non-prime users of £3.99 unless you spend over £20.

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I've got the socket set, it is good quality and compact.

powerbrick

this one looks more … this one looks more sturdy?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bahco-SL25-Socket-Piece-Drive/dp/B000Y8XCA8/ref=pd_sim_60_3?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=2BGMKV7AQM6YPW260WMW


2 different set, albeit very similar
"You can fit the bits straight into the ratchet for getting into tight spaces, or fit them to the bit holder which locks them in securely by lifting up the orange part."

powerbrick

this one looks more … this one looks more sturdy?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bahco-SL25-Socket-Piece-Drive/dp/B000Y8XCA8/ref=pd_sim_60_3?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=2BGMKV7AQM6YPW260WMW



That one has a ton more sockets with it.
Worth the extra.

Bahco make good tools, not like the cheap ones that might as well be made of cheese

Nice price for a fairly decent price have some heat

I've got this set. Amazing quality. I've tried Stanley FatMax, draper expert etc.. But my favourites are Bacho and Halfords advanced.

£15 posted on Ebay - love Bahco kit, and I've tried most brands.....search for 'BAH2058S26 2058/S26'.
Thanks for the point out OP.

zorbathegeek

That one has a ton more sockets with it.Worth the extra.


?? this is 25 piece the post has 26? confused .com

I'd say the more expensive one is the better one, as more socket pieces, even if its 1 "piece" less. Depends on your intended use I guess

speculatrix

Bahco make good tools, not like the cheap ones that might as well be made … Bahco make good tools, not like the cheap ones that might as well be made of cheese


Tell me more about this cheese

Midnight.Tboy

I'd say the more expensive one is the better one, as more socket pieces, … I'd say the more expensive one is the better one, as more socket pieces, even if its 1 "piece" less. Depends on your intended use I guess


thanks for that gone for the more expensive one

Definitely agree the one at £17.20 is better value.

Perhaps we are missing the point between the two socket sets. This one is quite specialist. You will note that the bits pass through the ratchet wrench to give a very low profile when trying to get in very tight spaces. There is an adapter to put the sockets on. Ideal for those very tight engine bays where you need fingers the size of a baby and clearance was plainly not thought of when the completed engine was lifted into place in the factory....
If you need a socket set this is not the best.
If you need (or want) a specialist narrow thin drive - then it is.
You can see how small it is in this YouTube video.Bahco video

mozzer99

Perhaps we are missing the point between the two socket sets. This one is … Perhaps we are missing the point between the two socket sets. This one is quite specialist. You will note that the bits pass through the ratchet wrench to give a very low profile when trying to get in very tight spaces. There is an adapter to put the sockets on. Ideal for those very tight engine bays where you need fingers the size of a baby and clearance was plainly not thought of when the completed engine was lifted into place in the factory....If you need a socket set this is not the best.If you need (or want) a specialist narrow thin drive - then it is.You can see how small it is in this YouTube video.Bahco video


Good point. I had a car once where I had to remove the right hand side engine mount and raise the engine so I could undo the cam chain adjuster. I may have got in with one of those. All Ford need to have done was put an inspection hole in the inner wing for access but then cars aren't really designed by technicians are they. Only issue I have is with quarter drive on car engines just doesn't seem beefy enough to me.

looking at a recent review. Anyone confirm this is the case, as seems to be a bit of a deal breaker



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Disappointing tool from Bahco for once, to me the whole point of having a stubby bit set is to use in awkward or hard to reach places so it's extremely aggravating when the bits simply drop out! The only bit that doesn't drop out is the 1/4" socket holder which has a shoulder on the end allowing it to fit further into the wrench. All other bits in the set do not have this shoulder and therefore don't 'snap' into the wrench, they aren't even a tight fit and just drop out. I shall be returning this product, shame as I've never had a problem with Bahco tools before. Nice set but let down by a design flaw, presumably designed by someone that does have to use them in awkward places maybe 🙄
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