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Bahco Ratchet Screwdriver and 6 Bits, £9.95 at Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non prime)
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Bahco Ratchet Screwdriver and 6 Bits, £9.95 at Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non prime)

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Posted 21st Jan

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Useful and quality tool at a reasonable price.

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Bahco XMS19RDRIVE Ratchet Screwdriver + 6 Bits - 808050Ratchet Bit Screwdriver.

Magnetic bit holder blade with 1/4in bit holder and inserted magnetic function to hold the bits.

Ratchet function, left and right position, no repositioning of the hand needed.

Bit storage with self explanatory push button.

Spinning blade - knurled part of the blade for fast spinning of the screw.

Oval handle shape with high friction surface provides comfort in use and increased torque.

Suitable for carpenters, electrcians, home improvers, mechanics, MR0 and Industry.

Bit Sizes:
2 x 25mm Phillips Bits: PH1, PH2.
2 x 25mm Pozidriv Bits: PZ1, PZ2.
2 x 25mm Slotted Bits: 4.5mm, 5.5mm.
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Would still rather have a Wera.
Had this for a couple of years now. Only gripe was difficulty of getting bits out of the holder, but more recently the ratcheting mechanism catches and ends up turn the screw in the opposite direction so use it in non-rachet mode now. At this price it’s worth a punt
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Had this for a couple of years now. Only gripe was difficulty of getting bits out of the holder, but more recently the ratcheting mechanism catches and ends up turn the screw in the opposite direction so use it in non-rachet mode now. At this price it’s worth a punt
Would still rather have a Wera.
xciv21/01/2020 22:08

Would still rather have a Wera.


Best I’ve ever owned. The laser tip ones are quality
xciv21/01/2020 22:08

Would still rather have a Wera.



Very true.

However, I recently bought a Wera Bit Set listed on HotUKDeals and use them in this ratchet screwdriver without any issues.

Generally speaking, Bacho is good and Wera is very good. From experience, the highest quality is required at the Bit Set, rather than the screwdriver - this more than meets the needs of meeting this requirement.
xciv21/01/2020 22:08

Would still rather have a Wera.


Which one would you recommend?
I have been looking and can't decide.
I have seen some bad reviews but more good.

I have been looking at the wera tool check plus I think it's called.
Cheers
Edited by: "shaun.uk" 21st Jan
shaun.uk21/01/2020 22:16

Which one would you recommend?I have been looking and can't decide.I have …Which one would you recommend?I have been looking and can't decide.I have seen some bad reviews but more good.Cheers


Yeh which ones? Cheers!
Edited by: "H0TDEALER" 21st Jan
Purchased this very thing earlier today.
Didn't think it was a deal...but it is
usernameinalid21/01/2020 22:25

Purchased this very thing earlier today.Didn't think it was a deal...but …Purchased this very thing earlier today.Didn't think it was a deal...but it is



It's not really though. This has been the price since october/november last year when I bought one. It's been alright so far but I'd hope it lasts more than a few months.
Same price on ffx with free delivery here or often on ebay. Decent enough ratchet driver, handy round the house
This is a very good ratchet, I posted the ffx deal late last year which is free delivery for all

hotukdeals.com/dea…410
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 22nd Jan
Not a bad screwdriver, had this for about a year and a half and I use it everyday for work. Good quality and works perfectly.
Bought one of these last deal, put it in the shed. Can I find it? No chance!
Use mine all the time, very pleased with it. But I'm pretty sure it's always this price.
joelr22/01/2020 00:37

Same price on ffx with free delivery here or often on ebay. Decent enough …Same price on ffx with free delivery here or often on ebay. Decent enough ratchet driver, handy round the house


Got mine via ffx eBay with 20%. £8.excellent ratchet
I agree with others, this seems to be the new normal price. Great ratchet screwdriver though. Slightly fiddly to get the bits out of the storage, if you've got fat fingers like me!
It's definitely suitable to be used everyday by trades etc.
xciv21/01/2020 22:08

Would still rather have a Wera.


Buy one then, thanks for the insight
I have 2 of these, both years old now. One has a looser ratchet than the other but both still work great.
xciv21/01/2020 22:08

Would still rather have a Wera.


Not bad for Czech Republic made
How is the handle on these? I have some halfords advanced screwdrivers which are decent but find the handles dont have much meat to really get a good grip. Is the handles on this fairly wide (I've got medium slim hands).
Does the stubby version with extension bit work as well?
Edited by: "EndemicAlarm" 22nd Jan
This or Makita for same price??

amazon.co.uk/dp/…_it

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Edited by: "koskesh" 22nd Jan
This imo, it's a very good tool
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 22nd Jan
Yeah I bought one from ffx because of hukdeals. Its a good bit of kit
Same price at ffx if you don't have prime
I won a bahco set over 10 years ago and this was included , I work in the leccy trade and it has had a hard existence, it still works the same as it always has. Very good tool , ftr I've never used the pop out thing, bit pointless for me , voted hot

***Also to add every single bahco tool I have from the set is still standing to the day, less can be said for other brands I've owned
Edited by: "eliano" 23rd Jan
Daves_mate22/01/2020 14:16

How is the handle on these? I have some halfords advanced screwdrivers …How is the handle on these? I have some halfords advanced screwdrivers which are decent but find the handles dont have much meat to really get a good grip. Is the handles on this fairly wide (I've got medium slim hands).


The handle is reasonably big with a nice grip. I'm sure with medium sized hands it would be fine. The most annoying thing about it is the handle's not circular in profile it's more of an oval shape. This is fine when using it in ratchet mode but can be annoying when you it's not and you're trying to turn the handle. That's my only gripe. Mine gets used a lot, most days and is still good as new. The led lights are really good
Had one of these for a couple of years, use it daily at work, great screwdriver
Great screwdrivers. I have 3 or 4. As someone said the only problem is getting the bits out of the holder.
koskesh22/01/2020 16:05

This or Makita for same …This or Makita for same price??https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0067AX0EK/?coliid=I1WWYYMSRLYYXD&colid=2GY70OX58VGVL&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it[Image]


Looks very similar to a cheapo Stanley one I own. Wera are good quality though.
xciv21/01/2020 22:08

Would still rather have a Wera.


The iPhone of tools...
xciv21/01/2020 22:08

Would still rather have a Wera.



Who is she
koskesh22/01/2020 16:05

This or Makita for same …This or Makita for same price??https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0067AX0EK/?coliid=I1WWYYMSRLYYXD&colid=2GY70OX58VGVL&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it[Image]


Makita farm out a lot of Chinesium stuff nowadays. So do Dewalt. I'd go big or go home with names like that.
Not laser.
xciv21/01/2020 22:08

Would still rather have a Wera.


Edit : already posted - I need to remember to refresh.
Edited by: "Garnett" 22nd Jan
xciv21/01/2020 22:08

Would still rather have a Wera.


Anybody got any Wera's...Lovveeelllyyyy
crazylegs22/01/2020 23:30

Anybody got any Wera's...Lovveeelllyyyy


Nah but I have got some salmon
You know what I want from a ratcheting screwdriver? One without a wobbly shaft. I swear to god, why do all the multi-bit and ratcheting screwdrivers have so much slop?
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