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DeWalt Wood Chisel Set 4 Pieces for £19.99 @ Screwfix (Free click and collect)
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DeWalt Wood Chisel Set 4 Pieces for £19.99 @ Screwfix (Free click and collect)

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Quality UK-made chisels with premium steel blades for superior edge retention. Lacquered blades for corrosion protection.

  • Hardened & Tempered Chrome Carbon Steel
  • Ergonomically-Designed Bi-Material Handles
  • Hardened Striking Caps

6 (¼"), 12 (½"), 18 (¾") and 25mm (1").
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I've got these, not used them yet but they feel very solid and seem decent quality.
More like Cheese-l set ! Soft and losing edge quicker than you can sharpen them
SergueyValkov06/01/2020 06:12

More like Cheese-l set ! Soft and losing edge quicker than you can …More like Cheese-l set ! Soft and losing edge quicker than you can sharpen them


Are these sharp enough to carve door hinges?
Or should I invest in a proper Irwin set?
f4se8ook06/01/2020 09:20

Are these sharp enough to carve door hinges?


I recently hung 14 doors using these borrowed of a friend. They did the job good enough for me to buy a set for myself.
SergueyValkov06/01/2020 06:12

More like Cheese-l set ! Soft and losing edge quicker than you can …More like Cheese-l set ! Soft and losing edge quicker than you can sharpen them


That's because of the inferior metal they use now. Most probably Chinese steel.

Bring back Ravenscraig.

I have the Stanley fatmax ones which are pretty good but I like to use my old Marple ones I bought from Ebay a few years ago. They keep an edge for ages but they don't have the full tang so I dodn't like to use them when fitting doors.
Edited by: "Argyll68" 6th Jan
f4se8ook06/01/2020 09:20

Or should I invest in a proper Irwin set?


Don't bother. The steel is much the same now.
f4se8ook06/01/2020 09:20

Or should I invest in a proper Irwin set?


Depending on your needs - if only for hinges and odd lock set i would go and buy 2 proper chisels - say 19 and 25mm. Or like me get a set of every day use - Irwins and few sizes of good quality for more precise work.
Lovely advice thank you. I have 5 door locks and hinges to do over the next half term holiday. Just gettign ready.
Mmmm, door hanging...such joy
f4se8ook06/01/2020 09:20

Are these sharp enough to carve door hinges?


Only if the door hinges are made of wood!
GaiusB06/01/2020 19:43

Mmmm, door hanging...such joy


My Dad just paid £210 for 7 doors to be hanged. I'm in the wrong trade! Plus I didn't have any chisels. haha
Edited by: "snappyfish" 6th Jan
snappyfish06/01/2020 20:48

My Dad just paid £210 for 7 doors to be hanged. I'm in the wrong trade! …My Dad just paid £210 for 7 doors to be hanged. I'm in the wrong trade! Plus I didn't have any chisels. haha


That's a good price if it includes door handles
trex06/01/2020 21:13

That's a good price if it includes door handles


That's what I mean! I'm in wrong trade! Easy job way to much money in my opinion.
snappyfish06/01/2020 21:14

That's what I mean! I'm in wrong trade! Easy job way to much money in my …That's what I mean! I'm in wrong trade! Easy job way to much money in my opinion.


You don't understand. The price was cheap. Theres quite a bit work involved and decent doors weigh a bit. Not as easy as it looks.
trex06/01/2020 21:15

You don't understand. The price was cheap. Theres quite a bit work …You don't understand. The price was cheap. Theres quite a bit work involved and decent doors weigh a bit. Not as easy as it looks.


Les than a days works. All labour.
It would take you at least 3
trex06/01/2020 21:24

It would take you at least 3


Jeez, I'm not arguing over hanging doors fella! Its not rocket science. All I said was I'm in the wrong trade.
snappyfish06/01/2020 21:25

Jeez, I'm not arguing over hanging doors fella! Its not rocket science. …Jeez, I'm not arguing over hanging doors fella! Its not rocket science. All I said was I'm in the wrong trade.


What will you do when the door won't shut or you have not placed the hinges in the right position. It's not as easy as it looks. They all say it's not rocket science until you try it.

When you can hang 7 doors professionally in a day on your own come and see me.

I'll give you £200 to hang 7 doors
snappyfish06/01/2020 21:14

That's what I mean! I'm in wrong trade! Easy job way to much money in my …That's what I mean! I'm in wrong trade! Easy job way to much money in my opinion.


It's not easy and the price is cheap. There's lots of expenses involved that you don't see. Tools, liability insurance, business car insurance, van, advertising, etc.

Have you ever tried hanging in the cold with numb fingers?
trex06/01/2020 21:13

That's a good price if it includes door handles


Even if it doesn’t. Remember seven doors of labor. One man job. Try holding a door up straight even with a stopper.
Edited by: "f4se8ook" 7th Jan
trex06/01/2020 21:44

What will you do when the door won't shut or you have not placed the …What will you do when the door won't shut or you have not placed the hinges in the right position. It's not as easy as it looks. They all say it's not rocket science until you try it. When you can hang 7 doors professionally in a day on your own come and see me. I'll give you £200 to hang 7 doors


Just finished hanging some doors in my house which took me 2 hours each! Took my time and they were hung neatly, although I haven't hung doors for 10 years 7 in a day is good going! I can confirm it is certainly a skill that you get better at/less picky over! On the face of it £200 for a days work does appear steep but if it's a good job it's most definitely worth it especially if you dont enjoy doing it yourself and is much less hassle than busting the unpraticed knuckle! To comment on the chisels like most tools now they are produced on price. These will likely be a good garage set like my Stanley ones, but not stand up to trade use, but for £19.99 and the odd DIY you probably cant really go wrong!
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