Craftright Drill-Powered Rotary Pump £4 at  Homebase
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Craftright Drill-Powered Rotary Pump £4 at Homebase

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LocalFound 15th Jan
For those people going to Homebase anyway for the various end of line bargains and general rubbish you don't need but can'y help but buy...

The Craftright pump simply attaches to a drill and can transfer a variety of liquids including fresh and salt water, solvents, oils or fertilizers.

I've bought one to try and use with my hotukdeals water butt and hotukdeals hose at the other end of the garden in the summer. Worth a go at £4 any way.


In store only... try your luck with their stock system!
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Hot for description alone.
I am trying to think of any possible use for this and I just can't.
phoni30 m ago

I am trying to think of any possible use for this and I just can't.



I used something similar from Amazon to drain my mums pond. It worked a treat!
KendallC21 m ago

I used something similar from Amazon to drain my mums pond. It worked a …I used something similar from Amazon to drain my mums pond. It worked a treat!


I read that as "drain my mum's blood."

I need sleep.
distracted2473 m ago

I read that as "drain my mum's blood."I need sleep.



Well that could work too. You see, endless possibilities!
store reduced to £3 in wandsworth
phoni3 h, 32 m ago

I am trying to think of any possible use for this and I just can't.



I use mine a lot in the summer because I don't have an outside tap but I do have 2 water butts. I have a old black and decker hooked up to it in a water proof box with a sonoff attached so I can turn it off and on. Gets the garden watered dead and with rainwater.
Edited by: "mogsog" 15th Jan
how it works
Thanks, op. Endless possible uses for this. My drain keeps getting blocked, so this might help. Now all I need is for wheel barrows to go on offer, so I can get all my Homebase offers home! And put them in my 'might need one day' shed!!
getknk3 h, 58 m ago

[Video] how it works


Shut your eyes and its Arnie describing how to use it...... He'll be back..
These are £1 in The Leamington Spa branch
Looks like they are putting the price of these back up. I did wonder why suddenly all the stores around me got lots of stock back in. Still not bad at £8 as its cheaper than Amazon or Machine Mart. Both of them are selling the exact same pumps for between £12-£32 under the Clarke and Draper brand names.
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