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Guild 40 Piece Stubby Hand Tool Kit + 2 Year Warranty (More options in OP) - £10 + Free C&C @ Argos

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Posted 7th Jul
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3258882-q73EZ.jpgIdeal for DIY beginners this starter tool kit comes in its own compact storage case. The 40 piece set includes 2 mini pliers, an adjustable wrench, 11 hex keys, a stubby ratchet bit driver, 20 bits, 4 precision screwdrivers, and a utility knife. Your DIY jobs just got a lot easier. This item can only be sold to customers over 18 years of age.

Durable case for easy storage.

  • 4 precision.
  • Adjustable wrench .
  • 20 screwdriver bits and bit holder.
  • 11 hex keys.
  • 2 sets of pliers.
  • 1 utility knife .
  • Carry case.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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38014511-IbuJ9.jpgThis might be worth a look as an alternative...
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This is the £10 set

My family bought me this for fathers day a few years ago.

A really good set which is in a handy box.

We keep it it at the back of a drawer in the kitchen. It doesnt take up too much space but is readily available when you need it for the occasional odd DIY job that needs doing.

If you have a family member who is setting up home, I would recommend this set, but also buy a mole wrench, a hammer and a spirit level. They will then be able to cope with most DIY issues.
- oh, and a decent tape measure as well !!!

For those who don't know what a mole wrench is (a lot of people don't), this is what they look like. It is like a spanner but you can twist the knob (right side of this picture) to adjust the space between the jaws.
When you sqeeze the the handle, it will then close the jaws and lock them in place.
Very handy for twisting tight nuts, pulling out nails and dealing with other stubborn items.
Top tip: If you have a really stubborn nut that you can't unfasten, put a locked mole wrench on it so that the mole wrench stays in place, then hit the handle with a hammer.

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Edited by: "Helpful567" 8th Jul
gt.maserati07/07/2019 11:35

£10 is a bit misleading


The OP says it's £10, and £10 is what Argos are charging.
How on earth is that misleading ?
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£10 is a bit misleading
£10 is correct dependant on what you want.
gt.maserati07/07/2019 11:35

£10 is a bit misleading


The OP says it's £10, and £10 is what Argos are charging.
How on earth is that misleading ?
Nice spot @apur32
38012946-MwX89.jpg

This is the £10 set

My family bought me this for fathers day a few years ago.

A really good set which is in a handy box.

We keep it it at the back of a drawer in the kitchen. It doesnt take up too much space but is readily available when you need it for the occasional odd DIY job that needs doing.

If you have a family member who is setting up home, I would recommend this set, but also buy a mole wrench, a hammer and a spirit level. They will then be able to cope with most DIY issues.
- oh, and a decent tape measure as well !!!

For those who don't know what a mole wrench is (a lot of people don't), this is what they look like. It is like a spanner but you can twist the knob (right side of this picture) to adjust the space between the jaws.
When you sqeeze the the handle, it will then close the jaws and lock them in place.
Very handy for twisting tight nuts, pulling out nails and dealing with other stubborn items.
Top tip: If you have a really stubborn nut that you can't unfasten, put a locked mole wrench on it so that the mole wrench stays in place, then hit the handle with a hammer.

38012946-RJzyY.jpg

38012946-10OVj.jpg
Edited by: "Helpful567" 8th Jul
Helpful56707/07/2019 12:18

[Image] This is the £10 setMy family bought me this for fathers day a few …[Image] This is the £10 setMy family bought me this for fathers day a few years ago.A really good set which is in a handy box.We keep it it at the back of a drawer in the kitchen. It doesnt take up too much space but is readily available when you need it for the occasional odd DIY job that needs doing.If you have a family member who is setting up home, I would recommend this set, but also buy a mole wrench, a hammer and a spirit level. They will then be able to cope with most DIY issues.For those who don't know what a mole wrench is (a lot of people don't), this is what they look like. It is like a spanner but you can twist the knob (right side of this picture) to adjust the space between the jaws.When you sqeeze the the handle, it will then close the jaws and lock them in place.Very handy for twisting tight nuts, pulling out nails and dealing with other stubborn items.Top tip: If you have a really stubborn nut that you can't unfasten, put a locked mole wrench on it so that the mole wrench stays in place, then hit the handle with a hammer.[Image] [Image]


What? Like whack a mole?
Great find @apur32 reserved will come handy 🔥
Helpful56707/07/2019 12:18

[Image] This is the £10 setMy family bought me this for fathers day a few …[Image] This is the £10 setMy family bought me this for fathers day a few years ago.A really good set which is in a handy box.We keep it it at the back of a drawer in the kitchen. It doesnt take up too much space but is readily available when you need it for the occasional odd DIY job that needs doing.If you have a family member who is setting up home, I would recommend this set, but also buy a mole wrench, a hammer and a spirit level. They will then be able to cope with most DIY issues.For those who don't know what a mole wrench is (a lot of people don't), this is what they look like. It is like a spanner but you can twist the knob (right side of this picture) to adjust the space between the jaws.When you sqeeze the the handle, it will then close the jaws and lock them in place.Very handy for twisting tight nuts, pulling out nails and dealing with other stubborn items.Top tip: If you have a really stubborn nut that you can't unfasten, put a locked mole wrench on it so that the mole wrench stays in place, then hit the handle with a hammer.[Image] [Image]


Decent six sided socket may be a better bet but understand the point you're making
Smash7707/07/2019 13:28

Great find @apur32 reserved will come handy 🔥


Thank you. Glad it helped
Needed an Allen key set so for a tenner why not?
Edited by: "all2humanuk" 7th Jul
38014511-IbuJ9.jpgThis might be worth a look as an alternative...
ddaann_9907/07/2019 16:40

[Image] This might be worth a look as an alternative...


Great toolkit
Edited by: "apur32" 7th Jul
Awful quality
Got the 60pc set a while ago. Can't remember how much that was but so far it's been good! Worth it for the space saving/organization aspect more than value as the cheap screwdrivers will wear after about 100 uses. Good for the occasional DIY/flatpack job using the pozidrive bits instead.
You do like your Argos deals Apur32
thomasleep07/07/2019 17:27

You do like your Argos deals Apur32


Love them I hope these are helping the members
I've had one of these from Argos for a couple of years & it's alright as a go-to for a quick job but the quality isn't great. Will get you out of a fix once in a while but given the tools in it you aren't likely to be using them often anyway & the screwdriver is pretty decent. Handy to keep in a cupboard when the serious tools aren't to hand.
Perfect budget set. Thanks @apur32
Hit cold instead of hot, sorry!
Pinksparkles197307/07/2019 22:15

Hit cold instead of hot, sorry!


You can compensate by clicking hot to my other deals just joking
Edited by: "apur32" 7th Jul
apur3207/07/2019 22:20

You can compensate by clicking hot to my other deals just joking


Done!
apur3207/07/2019 22:24

Was a joke. Thank you


I know you were, felt I owed ya!
Perfect

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BenjaminDover9907/07/2019 19:36

I've had one of these from Argos for a couple of years & it's alright as a …I've had one of these from Argos for a couple of years & it's alright as a go-to for a quick job but the quality isn't great. Will get you out of a fix once in a while but given the tools in it you aren't likely to be using them often anyway & the screwdriver is pretty decent. Handy to keep in a cupboard when the serious tools aren't to hand.


So I see the comment about keeping it handy in case the 'serious tools aren't to hand' a lot of HUD when these sorta delays pop up.

Where you do you generally keep your tools that they aren't at hand? Or how many DIY emergencies do you have that you can't get your other tools?
Im seeing a bunch of these 25/40/60 piece sets on the Argos site, any idea which would be the best all round?

Some have the spirit meters, measuring tapes, hammers, etc
Also are Guild products supposed to be the gold standard?
also avoid Rolson sold in t k max, first time i used the philips bit , the top of the bit just sheared ,like cheese, chocoloate or butter.

heres a vid of rolson spanners breaking m.youtube.com/wat…xGU
dipsylalapo08/07/2019 07:22

So I see the comment about keeping it handy in case the 'serious tools …So I see the comment about keeping it handy in case the 'serious tools aren't to hand' a lot of HUD when these sorta delays pop up.Where you do you generally keep your tools that they aren't at hand? Or how many DIY emergencies do you have that you can't get your other tools?


I live in a flat, keep most of my tools in the garage and a small toolbox + this indoors. Most people I know keep tools in a shed or garage & keep a little kit under the sink or in a cupboard that will serve the odd simple job that comes up. I'm not going outside every time I need a screwdriver or tape measure.
BenjaminDover9908/07/2019 10:57

I live in a flat, keep most of my tools in the garage and a small toolbox …I live in a flat, keep most of my tools in the garage and a small toolbox + this indoors. Most people I know keep tools in a shed or garage & keep a little kit under the sink or in a cupboard that will serve the odd simple job that comes up. I'm not going outside every time I need a screwdriver or tape measure.


That's fair.
Cheers for that, always handy to have a set like this around. Had a £10 voucher from the other day when I purchased the samsung gear sport on sale from Argos.
lumsdot08/07/2019 07:50

also avoid Rolson sold in t k max, first time i used the philips bit , …also avoid Rolson sold in t k max, first time i used the philips bit , the top of the bit just sheared ,like cheese, chocoloate or butter.heres a vid of rolson spanners breaking https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=v_nR22BHxGU


Why on God's Earth would you use a £5 set for heavy duty work or expect said set to work properly or even buy it at all? It's designed for working on light duty stuff like kids bikes ffs. I don't know why people buy obvious crap then moan when it fails like that.
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