Draper junior hacksaw at poundland £1
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Draper junior hacksaw at poundland £1

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Found 7th Feb 2014
Branded diy product for a change

The last pound shop one disintegrated on a small metal pipe
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Heat, and true the toolbox branded ones are poor.
Heat from me. I don't need one because I still have the one that I have had since I was a child. Which really says a lot about my childhood. lol
Looks like a copied version
10 draper stanley blades in poundland also
HookedOnHotDeals

Heat from me. I don't need one because I still have the one that I have … Heat from me. I don't need one because I still have the one that I have had since I was a child. Which really says a lot about my childhood. lol


Yes gone are the good old days, when kids used to sort out their petty squabbles with a junior hacksaw, now its all Stanley knives!
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sricca

10 draper stanley blades in poundland also



Wait....what?

Were they Stanley or Draper?
For sale in Poundland . . . . . . . . . For a £1 . . . . . . . . . . Are you sure ?
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Fourpussypaw555

For sale in Poundland . . . . . . . . . For a £1 . . . . . . . . . . Are … For sale in Poundland . . . . . . . . . For a £1 . . . . . . . . . . Are you sure ?



Lol

I didn't put the £1 on

I just put at poundland
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sandstone1

Heat, and true the toolbox branded ones are poor.



Yeh this one
poundland.co.uk/cat…saw

Literally fell to bits in my hand whilst cutting

The plastic just disintegrated lol
the toolbox one I bought had lasted me two years and still going strong. I use it a couple of times a month on jobs around the house without fear. Although you have to look after it, I replace the blade every month and the handle every couple of months. Worth every penny.
How much?!?!?!?
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