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Rolson 60pc Screwdriver Set 5* Reviews £10.80 Delivered @ Amazon ( £7.50 with spends of £10/Prime)
Rolson 60pc Screwdriver Set  5* Reviews £10.80 Delivered @ Amazon ( £7.50 with spends of £10/Prime)

Rolson 60pc Screwdriver Set 5* Reviews £10.80 Delivered @ Amazon ( £7.50 with spends of £10/Prime)

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Loads of good reviews. Big set.

20 Comments

Good price. I purchased this when it was 5.70 week before Christmas..Heat added.

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pathanuk

Good price. I purchased this when it was 5.70 week before Christmas..Heat … Good price. I purchased this when it was 5.70 week before Christmas..Heat added.

think mine was £5.20

dodgymix

Comment think mine was £5.20



£5.19 here.

Rolson are not the best quality, but I think that you can guess that from the price. Just don't expect too much from them - light duty jobs only.

ordered. never have enough tools. thanks

Excellent set for £7.50. I have one....only problem was I needed a screwdriver to open the packaging ;-)

ordered. chiaras min

Gone?

Bought this but had to return it because of the poor quality.. And one screwdriver was bent.

Bought this for one job, at my brother in laws and his garage is the worst mess! He has many tool sets but most of the cases are more or less empty and I can't find any sockets. Cheers OP

Got a Flubit in to see if they get it cheaper

Thanks. Another item that I don't need but am compelled to buy!

good price for the set

OldEnglish

£5.19 here.



£3.20 here

OldEnglish

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I bought this before on offer! If your on a budget and need these for odd jobs around the house these are fantastic! Heat! +++++

Original Poster

They are obviously not brilliant but a really ideal set for around the house.

Is this set or the set below better?
amazon.co.uk/Rol…X8Q?

Edited by: "craigl" 13th Jan 2015

My top tip with tools: find the most expensive ones you can afford,then save up and buy the next ones up. Buying cheap tools means you'll just have to buy them again a few years later.
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