Halfords Advanced 8 piece Screwdriver Set (Free C&C) £8 or £6.40 With Trade Card @ Halfords
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Halfords Advanced 8 piece Screwdriver Set (Free C&C) £8 or £6.40 With Trade Card @ Halfords

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Found 11th Dec 2017
£8 or £6.40 with trade card.

I've had these a while and can't fault them. Life time Guarantee, in my experience they swap all advanced tools no questions asked!

Colour coded for convenient organisation

Comfort grip handles designed for greater torque

Chrome Molybdenum Vanadium Steel shafts for added strength

4 x Plain slot screwdrivers (150x6.6, 125x5.5, 80x4, 38x6.5)

4 x Pozidriv screwdrivers (100xPZ2, 80xPZ1, 60xPZ0, 38xPZ2)

Supplied with storage tray

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Great piece of kit. Heat added.
have some heat
Heat added
Just logged into my trade account. They are only £6.40 with the card.

That is a massive bargain!
"Colour coded for convenient organisation." How does that work then? None of my screws are colour coded...
What about if u don’t have trade card then what.
These are getting so expensive now, remember paying £3.15 a set back in 2014
hotukdeals.com/dea…e=3
if you dont want pozidrive, the 6 piece set are £9 (£7.20 trade) halfords.com/wor…set

What's in the box:
  • Slot 3*80mm
  • Slot 4*100mm
  • Slot 5.5*150mm
  • Cross 1*80mm
  • Cross 2*100mm
  • Cross 3*150mm
No817 m ago

"Colour coded for convenient organisation." How does that work then? None …"Colour coded for convenient organisation." How does that work then? None of my screws are colour coded...

That was a website glitch
the price then was actually £6.30 so not much difference
Edited by: "Quattro3" 11th Dec 2017
muss128 m ago

What about if u don’t have trade card then what.


Then they are £8 as per OP.

Still a 10 quid saving.
I heavily used a flat head recently for getting screws out of lock cabins walls, exerting extreme pressure using palm of hand. This was only screw driver that's stood up to it.
danflorin31 h, 50 m ago

Is this more useful. …Is this more useful. .?...http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductMobileDisplay?catalogId=10151&langId=-1&categoryId=165572&productId=535923&storeId=10001


if you don't use them often then the kind you linked can work okay but often times the bits aren't of a great quality but sometimes they can be frustrating because if the screw is in a recess then this thicker screwdriver sometimes wont fit into the recess. I would recommend getting both 8 and 6 piece sets if you have the space

I would say if you want good screwdrivers the 8 piece and 6 piece sets are very good for the money (at the discounted price(y)) they have pretty good grip and the tips have been quite hard wearing for me (had my set about 3 years and I do a lot of DIY and electronics repair, I also use them a extensively on bicycle, motorcycle and car maintenance/service/repair jobs)

the 8 piece set is Philips the 6 piece set is pozi you will need both if you don't want to damage fasteners then its worth learning the difference

be sure you need a Philips or a Pozi-drive (they are different but look quite similar) before you just attack a screw with a driver because if you use the wrong one then you have a chance to damage then screwdriver head and then it wont work well on other screws and may cam out from the correct size screws with very little pressure.

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good luck with your repair jobs in the future.
Edited by: "goemon" 12th Dec 2017
The price of these seems to be sneaking up.......
Storage tray is a creative description - it's the really thin plastic bit that holds the tools in place in the packaging; like a box of chocolates.
snappyfish9 h, 38 m ago

I heavily used a flat head recently for getting screws out of lock cabins …I heavily used a flat head recently for getting screws out of lock cabins walls, exerting extreme pressure using palm of hand. This was only screw driver that's stood up to it.


Cool story.

I once used a flat head to toast marshmallows over an open fire, called it a day when the handle started to feel quite warm and limp.

Any one else for a story to share?
jamesw3061 h, 28 m ago

Cool story.I once used a flat head to toast marshmallows over an open …Cool story.I once used a flat head to toast marshmallows over an open fire, called it a day when the handle started to feel quite warm and limp.Any one else for a story to share?


Everyone loves a true story, except your weird tale of the tape.
Edited by: "snappyfish" 12th Dec 2017
Sir...THANK you!
Have had similar before from Halfords and they are good quality, have some heat!
I must admit I find the Phillips screwdrivers extremely poor in quality!
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