Makita 47-Piece Ratchet Screwdriver and Bit Set at Robert Dyas for £20 - Free c&c
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Makita 47-Piece Ratchet Screwdriver and Bit Set at Robert Dyas for £20 - Free c&c

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Found 19th Mar
This comprehensive set includes a ratchet screwdriver with forward and reverse gearing, complete with essential bits and sockets for a multitude of DIY tasks.

  • 1 x ratchet screwdriver
  • 1 x 0.25” adaptor
  • 6 x Slotted bits: 2 x SL4.5, 2 X SL5.5 & 2 X SL6.5
  • 6 x Pozi bits: 2 X PZ1, 2 X PZ2 & 2 X PZ3
  • 6 x Philips bits: 2 X PH1, 2 X PH2 & 2 X PH3
  • 11 x Torx bits: 2 X T10, 2 X T15, 2 X T20, 2 X T25, 2 X T30 & 1 X T40
  • 9 x Allan key bits: 1 X H2, 1 X H2.5, 1 X H3, 2 X H4, 2 X H5 & 2 X H6
  • 7 x Sockets: 1 X 5mm, 1 X 6mm, 1 X 7mm, 1 X 8mm, 1 X 9mm, 1 X 10mm & 1 X 11mm

Fantastic Makita set, everything you need for your own house. Best deal on the market
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Can anybody tell me of this is any good compared to Wera equivalent tools?
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ahmedparekh1 m ago

Can anybody tell me of this is any good compared to Wera equivalent tools?


I guess that's all brand name. Makita is always high standard brand. I havent tried this one before but it should be good
quanghuy26124 m ago

I guess that's all brand name. Makita is always high standard brand. I …I guess that's all brand name. Makita is always high standard brand. I havent tried this one before but it should be good


For power tools I would completely agree. They aren't renowned for their hand tools at least not that I'm aware of..
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ahmedparekh1 m ago

For power tools I would completely agree. They aren't renowned for their …For power tools I would completely agree. They aren't renowned for their hand tools at least not that I'm aware of..


Not really sure. I'm also using Wera set at the moment. Just seen this set on offer and thought it might be good to try
ahmedparekh8 m ago

Can anybody tell me of this is any good compared to Wera equivalent tools?


Not in my opinion, Wera are very good. These looked ok though, I saw them in Homebase for 16 or 17 quid.
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Harley_Mick3 m ago

Not in my opinion, Wera are very good. These looked ok though, I saw them …Not in my opinion, Wera are very good. These looked ok though, I saw them in Homebase for 16 or 17 quid.


I can not find this set in my local homebase
quanghuy26121 m ago

I can not find this set in my local homebase


There were 3 or 4 in one near me, I never posted it as it looked like end of line stock.
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Harley_Mick1 m ago

There were 3 or 4 in one near me, I never posted it as it looked like end …There were 3 or 4 in one near me, I never posted it as it looked like end of line stock.


You are lucky :(. It is £27 on amazon and £26 on ebay
quanghuy26128 m ago

You are lucky :(. It is £27 on amazon and £26 on ebay


I never bought one, already have 2 Snap on and 2 Bahco (normal and stubby) wouldn't mind one of the gearless Canadian ones, forget the name. edit: Rolgear
Edited by: "Harley_Mick" 19th Mar
ahmedparekh1 h, 39 m ago

Can anybody tell me of this is any good compared to Wera equivalent tools?


Makita make the best bits I’ve used. But you can’t go wrong with Wera either.

Just don’t get Silverline
ahmedparekh2 h, 51 m ago

Can anybody tell me of this is any good compared to Wera equivalent tools?


No, no comparison. Makita power tools are great, their hand tools and accessories are dismal. I wouldn't waste your money on this. Either get the Wera, or go for a Bahco or Britool ratchet handle and separate bits.
I've got a small Makita bit set, it's nothing special

I've also got several £5 chinese sets just like this and I use them all the time - simply because they are all over the house and less hassle than fetching my proper tool kit.

Consider doing the same but replacing PZ1 and PZ2 with bits from Dewalt or Milwaukee, you probably won't use the other bits enough to start damaging them.
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horsey19th Mar

I've got a small Makita bit set, it's nothing specialI've also got several …I've got a small Makita bit set, it's nothing specialI've also got several £5 chinese sets just like this and I use them all the time - simply because they are all over the house and less hassle than fetching my proper tool kit.Consider doing the same but replacing PZ1 and PZ2 with bits from Dewalt or Milwaukee, you probably won't use the other bits enough to start damaging them.


Thanks for your advice. Makita power tools are excellent so I think their bit set might be the same. I love my Wera set as well
ahmedparekh16 h, 8 m ago

Can anybody tell me of this is any good compared to Wera equivalent tools?


I have both and wera are superior, but generally more expensive.
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rubberyduck2 h, 37 m ago

I have both and wera are superior, but generally more expensive.


True enough. Wera is much more expensive than other brands
shame closest is 15miles away >.<
Back on at £20 now peeps
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