Electricians 31 Piece Tool Kit with Soft Bag at CPC for £89.95
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Electricians 31 Piece Tool Kit with Soft Bag at CPC for £89.95

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Found 30th Dec 2017
Remember when I started I bought all of these tools individually and it cost me a fortune

Half tempted to buy it but have far too many tools now

A great value general maintence & electricians tool kit, packed full of professional quality tools for any tradesman or home enthusiast.
  • Soft carry bag made from 600 & 1680 denier polyester for durability and reinforcement of key areas
  • Reinforced carry handle
  • Hard, non-slip plastic base
  • Central compartment for larger tools
  • Multiple elasticated screwdriver holders & side pockets on both sides
  • Zipped side pocket with plastic container for small consumables (e.g. screws, nuts, washers, terminals)
  • Supplied with a selection of tools for key applications
  • 8" Flat & round files
  • 10mm & 13mm Combination spanners
  • 6" & 8" Adjustable wrenches
  • Claw & traditional joiners hammers
  • Side cutters, stripping pliers, cutting & stripping pliers
  • Long nose, combination and slip joint pliers
  • Hacksaw & mini hacksaw
  • Centre punch and chisels
  • Hex key set with ball ends
  • 2.5mm Precision slot screwdriver
  • Insulated slot & PZ screwdrivers
  • Stubby slot & PH2 screwdrivers
  • Stainless steel carpenters knife
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Put Bahco in thread title, and inform people that they are part of the snap on group. Will help you get deserved heat.
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Put Bahco in thread title, and inform people that they are part of the snap on group. Will help you get deserved heat.
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No if they dont know what it is then its not for them, only 'tradesmen' will understand how much of a bargain this set is (and I DONT mean to sound elitest there either)

Just the snips, pump pliers, wrenches alone make this deal

I have Bahco tools I bought 20 years ago that are still going strong and get (ab)used daily

Same with Hilti damn the drills that just wont die - and I am talking chasing all day till the fkn thing is red hot still it lives
Harley_Mick7 m ago

Put Bahco in thread title, and inform people that they are part of the …Put Bahco in thread title, and inform people that they are part of the snap on group. Will help you get deserved heat.



Not from me it wouldn't. Not going to vote it cold but the picture just reminds me of sports direct.
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Shengis1 m ago

Not from me it wouldn't. Not going to vote it cold but the picture just …Not from me it wouldn't. Not going to vote it cold but the picture just reminds me of sports direct.


I rest my case
Shengis1 m ago

Not from me it wouldn't. Not going to vote it cold but the picture just …Not from me it wouldn't. Not going to vote it cold but the picture just reminds me of sports direct.


cpc.farnell.com/pro…jpg
gap302 m ago

I rest my case



Giving up so early?
Agreed, people aren't mind readers, put Bahco in the title otherwise people will just assume it's some orange coloured tools rather than something that's fairly decent and they'll vote cold.... Unless you're hoping for cold votes
Edited by: "spannerzone" 30th Dec 2017
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Deal isn't posted to its potential, this pic and the brand info etc, let people judge better.
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Shengis2 m ago

Giving up so early?


Hehe
spannerzone2 m ago

Agreed, people aren't mind readers, put Bahco in the title otherwise …Agreed, people aren't mind readers, put Bahco in the title otherwise people will just assume it's some orange coloured tools rather than something that's fairly decent and they'll vote cold.... Unless you're hoping for cold votes


Getting cold votes here on another deal I posted: hotukdeals.com/dea…099


People are crazy on this site, fitted a few of those quite the bargain indeed
gap309 m ago

No if they dont know what it is then its not for them, only 'tradesmen' …No if they dont know what it is then its not for them, only 'tradesmen' will understand how much of a bargain this set is (and I DONT mean to sound elitest there either)Just the snips, pump pliers, wrenches alone make this dealI have Bahco tools I bought 20 years ago that are still going strong and get (ab)used dailySame with Hilti damn the drills that just wont die - and I am talking chasing all day till the fkn thing is red hot still it lives


I have 2 12" bahco adjustable spanners from the 1970's still working perfectly (they invented them to be fair)
gap303 m ago

HeheGetting cold votes here on another deal I posted: …HeheGetting cold votes here on another deal I posted: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/100w-led-floodlight-at-cpc-for-2568-2868099People are crazy on this site, fitted a few of those quite the bargain indeed


Just remarked that was a great price for 100watt led floodlight funnily enough
gap305 m ago

HeheGetting cold votes here on another deal I posted: …HeheGetting cold votes here on another deal I posted: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/100w-led-floodlight-at-cpc-for-2568-2868099People are crazy on this site, fitted a few of those quite the bargain indeed



That spotlight is going cold because of all the '1,000,000' watt ones you can get on ebay for $2

Just to clarify me previous comment, it was more directed towards the bag design than the tools (although I don't personally rate the selection). Chuck it in the back of the van, drive somewhere, open door.... sports direct
I got some Bahco ratchet spanners recently for £33, amazing little kit, 3 items that cover 12 different nut sizes. Really good quality tools for a low price. Trouble is there's so much cheap crap made these days many people don't appreciate quality.
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Harley_Mick4 m ago

Just remarked that was a great price for 100watt led floodlight funnily …Just remarked that was a great price for 100watt led floodlight funnily enough


Also decent fitted quite a few of these: cpc.farnell.com/v-t…rch
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spannerzone5 m ago

I got some Bahco ratchet spanners recently for £33, amazing little kit, 3 …I got some Bahco ratchet spanners recently for £33, amazing little kit, 3 items that cover 12 different nut sizes. Really good quality tools for a low price. Trouble is there's so much cheap crap made these days many people don't appreciate quality.


One item I do not own is ratchet spanners and I really need a set

Especially tomorrow as i have a 1.2m Channel Master dish to fit c/w polar mount, actuator, 3 inch pole, several T and K brackets

Ratchet spanners would make that job so so much easier
gap3011 m ago

HeheGetting cold votes here on another deal I posted: …HeheGetting cold votes here on another deal I posted: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/100w-led-floodlight-at-cpc-for-2568-2868099People are crazy on this site, fitted a few of those quite the bargain indeed


Voting can be totally illogical here at times....While there's not official word on how voting works, I'm sure there's definitely a bunch of drive by cold voters who simply click cold for the apparent fun of it, then there are those that vote cold because they don't want the product regardless of whether it is a good deal. There's also a flock mentality where some vote based on the initial voting patterns. I think if the first dozen votes are hot then it's more likely the rest will by hot and vice versa.

There's also the voting algorithm that has been mentioned in the distant past where votes go exponentially up or down in a non linear way, something like first 10 hot votes each add +2 .... next 10 hot votes each add +5, next 10 each add +10 and so on.
Just my observations on the site.
gap301 m ago

One item I do not own is ratchet spanners and I really need a …One item I do not own is ratchet spanners and I really need a setEspecially tomorrow as i have a 1.2m Channel Master dish to fit c/w polar mount, actuator, 3 inch pole, several T and K bracketsRatchet spanners would make that job so so much easier


I thoroughly recommend those Bahco ratchet spanners, I was using on a large antenna mounting recently with large U clamps and 13mm nuts and this tool made light work up on a roof. I don't think they'd last forever in a busy garage but are fine for semi serious work.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 30th Dec 2017
Original Poster
spannerzone9 m ago

I thoroughly recommend those Bahco ratchet spanners, I was using on a …I thoroughly recommend those Bahco ratchet spanners, I was using on a large antenna mounting recently with large U clamps and 13mm nuts and this tool made light work up on a roof. I don't think they'd last forever in a busy garage but are fine for semi serious work.


99% of that install tomorrow is using a 13mm spanner

76mm u bolts

Thats a lot of screwing
gap303 m ago

99% of that install tomorrow is using a 13mm spanner76mm u boltsThats a …99% of that install tomorrow is using a 13mm spanner76mm u boltsThats a lot of screwing


Yep you really do need a ratchet spanner for that type of work, I used to use standard spanner or worse still, adjustables and my god that's such a pain.
I have to admit, those spanners do look like a good design for when you don't want to be humping a full toolkit about.
Ratchet spanners vary quite a bit, I have some gearless ones (not this brand, but video shows how they work) even halfords sell gearless rachets and spanners now.
the innards if interested
Original Poster
This was a bargain, did not post as its a niche product

ebay.co.uk/itm…649

Amazed with the quality of this device
Farnells are one of our prefered suppliers and we can't but poor quality tools in the automotive industry. Get in there
Bahco are quality.
I'm a gas fitter,and part p electric,so fit dual fuel cookers etc,these tools are pro.
Need it love it want it

But out of funds, homebase has rinsed me out
Voted hot for the general kit. But don't think the side cutters, pliers ect are vde 1000v standard as these are normally £30 each.
Edited by: "jmjc0112" 30th Dec 2017
Thanks OP ordered 2 for work
jmjc011239 m ago

Voted hot for the general kit. But don't think the side cutters, pliers …Voted hot for the general kit. But don't think the side cutters, pliers ect are vde 1000v standard as these are normally £30 each.


This is what prevented me from ordering as I dug a little deeper via Google. I predominantly needed the cutters too. Still HOT though and am still very tempted.
These would look great in the back of my cupboard
I have a lot of Bahco tools and they are great my cutters ive dropped of 3 stage ladders expecting them to be broke and they dont have a mark on, real quality tools. OP i ignored this thread as i thought it was a bag of cheap shit tools you really should put the name in the title because they could just be some orange tools.
Shame it hasn't got a dustpan in with it....save us decorators cleaning up the mess!!!!
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ricotinel10 m ago

Shame it hasn't got a dustpan in with it....save us decorators cleaning up …Shame it hasn't got a dustpan in with it....save us decorators cleaning up the mess!!!!


We wait till you have finished then chop a hole in the wall
Haha...that you do...that you do
Good set for an apprentice or the DIY superstar, the cutter will be gash even the screwdrivers will be suspect but for the money ok.
Quality tools, heat added.
Don’t need them myself.... must not buy!
tempted to buy it even I already have most of these tools, but is a real bargain, many of the tools in this kit cost around £10 a piece
This has been expressed already but i feel like doing it again, Op your mentality of "they should know what they are" is ridiculous, the pictures tiny and at first glance they could easily be some generic pile of rubbish, your lucky this got hot.
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