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Draper 26” Mechanic’s Mega Kit Tool Roller Trolley With 700 Tool Pieces £1,800 Delivered @ Homebase
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Draper 26” Mechanic’s Mega Kit Tool Roller Trolley With 700 Tool Pieces £1,800 Delivered @ Homebase

£1,800£1,955.108%Homebase Deals
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Posted 29th Nov 2019

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A HUGE tool roller kit set here for the cash. Looking around at other Black Friday deals the next cheapest is £1,955. Works out rather well for what you get with this. You can of course spend much more and get higher end sets, but if this is in your price bracket, it looks to be a nice option to go with.

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Have you dreamt of owning a classic or vintage car, but don’t know where to start with maintaining it? Here is the one-stop automotive tool solution from Draper.

Packed with 700 tool pieces, you’ll find everything you need from a two-piece file set to a caliper windback kit. Plus, there’s a spanner set, a precision bar set and a VDE Ergo Plus® screwdriver set too.

This tool storage solution is robust and sturdy and is manufactured from blue powder coated steel.

The tool chest features 10 lockable drawers which will only unlock if the hinged lid is open, as well as a further 8 drawers in the roller cabinet. The drawers are lined with EVA foam to protect the tools and to stop them from sliding around inside. Plus, they’re fitted with ball bearing runners for super smooth operation.

The roller cabinet provides a solid base, with its four heavy-duty castors and a pulling handle.

  • 2 keys supplied
  • Frame - 0.7mm steel minimum
  • Aluminium effect trim
  • Draper’s lifetime warranty
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Not a good way to buy a tool kit. Much better to spend £450 (minus cashback) on this set up from Halfords:
halfords.com/wor…dle

Then spend £1350 on the right tools for what you need.
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sorry, but...
Not a good way to buy a tool kit. Much better to spend £450 (minus cashback) on this set up from Halfords:
halfords.com/wor…dle

Then spend £1350 on the right tools for what you need.
halfords.com/wor…dle


even that for a kid starting out in trade, or some home servicing on car etc..


Draper were a quality name long ago, but not now. Only British tool company manufacturing tools is King Dick in Birmingham.
You have to consider how many of these you will never use.

Buy a cabinet then fill it with decent quality tools as you need them.
Harley_Mick29/11/2019 17:54

https://www.halfords.com/workshop-tools/storage/tool-chests-cabinets/trolley-and-modular-tray-bundleeven that for a kid starting out in trade, or some home servicing on car etc..Draper were a quality name long ago, but not now. Only British tool company manufacturing tools is King Dick in Birmingham.


Known as Donkey Rich to his friends.
Draper and £1800 in the same sentence.......nah.
Nah, like buying your tools from Argos.
paul2929/11/2019 19:27

Nah, like buying your tools from Argos.


Save your cash just make them with play-doh
TheWorthinger29/11/2019 18:00

You have to consider how many of these you will never use.Buy a cabinet …You have to consider how many of these you will never use.Buy a cabinet then fill it with decent quality tools as you need them.


Also check out car boots and Antiques Emporiums for some proper decent quality tools, as bought and used by our elders when tools were made to last.
Roger_Irrelevant29/11/2019 20:08

Also check out car boots and Antiques Emporiums for some proper decent …Also check out car boots and Antiques Emporiums for some proper decent quality tools, as bought and used by our elders when tools were made to last.


Aye, just avoid unnecessary AF/imperial spanners and sockets.
TheWorthinger29/11/2019 21:23

Aye, just avoid unnecessary AF/imperial spanners and sockets.


Yes, but the introduction at the top of post asks have you ever dreamt of owning a vintage or classic car - if that's what you want this set up for you will need A/F and Imperial size kit. But agree for modern cars you need metric stuff. As said above this kind of money would be better spent buying your own storage cabinets and then adding your own quality kit, as you go along.
Harley_Mick29/11/2019 17:54

https://www.halfords.com/workshop-tools/storage/tool-chests-cabinets/trolley-and-modular-tray-bundleeven that for a kid starting out in trade, or some home servicing on car etc..Draper were a quality name long ago, but not now. Only British tool company manufacturing tools is King Dick in Birmingham.


Yea nice, but I would prefer a 1\2" drive socket set for starters, as well as the 3/8 and 1/4 inch sets. Draper Professional tools are really good quality, l have always bought Britool stuff, but find of late the quality has gone down a bit.
Only other advice for someone starting out is don't fall into the 'Snap On' hype - nice stuff but silly prices and much cheaper equivalent quality products around.
astramondeo30/11/2019 06:13

Yea nice, but I would prefer a 1\2" drive socket set for starters, as well …Yea nice, but I would prefer a 1\2" drive socket set for starters, as well as the 3/8 and 1/4 inch sets. Draper Professional tools are really good quality, l have always bought Britool stuff, but find of late the quality has gone down a bit.Only other advice for someone starting out is don't fall into the 'Snap On' hype - nice stuff but silly prices and much cheaper equivalent quality products around.


The whole 'draper'/'britool'/'expert' thing has changed over the last couple of years I believe, and I cannot remember how. The upshot is that Britool isn't the same as Draper Expert any more...I think. It's changed anyway, for marketing reasons.

Draper is, and has long been absolutely nothing but a rebadger of low quality Chinese tools. Same as Silverline and Sealey.

King Dick FTW!!
astramondeo30/11/2019 06:13

Yea nice, but I would prefer a 1\2" drive socket set for starters, as well …Yea nice, but I would prefer a 1\2" drive socket set for starters, as well as the 3/8 and 1/4 inch sets. Draper Professional tools are really good quality, l have always bought Britool stuff, but find of late the quality has gone down a bit.Only other advice for someone starting out is don't fall into the 'Snap On' hype - nice stuff but silly prices and much cheaper equivalent quality products around.


Draper are poor quality, you can easily add a 1/2" drive socket set to that deal in the same type of tray for about £30.
Harley_Mick30/11/2019 23:58

Draper are poor quality, you can easily add a 1/2" drive socket set to …Draper are poor quality, you can easily add a 1/2" drive socket set to that deal in the same type of tray for about £30.


halfords.com/web…001 prices are at a high just now, £36 trade (these sets were 3 for about £60 trade not long ago)

£336 isn't too shabby though.
Harley_Mick30/11/2019 23:58

Draper are poor quality, you can easily add a 1/2" drive socket set to …Draper are poor quality, you can easily add a 1/2" drive socket set to that deal in the same type of tray for about £30.


Sorry - my mistake - I meant to say Halfords Professional not Draper
astramondeo01/12/2019 09:03

Sorry - my mistake - I meant to say Halfords Professional not Draper


I'd say Halfords professional are good enough for any home user, and a cheap way for an apprentice to build a tool kit that they can take home bit by bit as they buy tools that will stand up to daily trade use.. In saying that if you can be bothered with swapping out broken tools and have enough common usage items that it's not slowing or stopping you working.. Halfords stuff could cope in a lot of trade situations.
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