Yes. They come flat(ish) picked and you need to assemble them yourself.
If these are the same as the challenge brand from Argos, you have to build it up before use but allows you to break it down for the other 11 months of the year (Scotland).
She means your Vinyls
Spotted these the other day... Picked up 2 today... Bargain price. Last year were all sold out everywhere. Heat. Weathers rubbish from Wednesday lol :o .
My mrs is a Fan of my 12" (highfive)
Can I use this paint in my Wagner gun?
Yeah the search function here isn't the most intelligent.
I did actually search for it before posting and nothing came up at all.
Already posted here: Ronseal One Coat Fence Life Paint - 2 x 9ltr Containers for £12 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)
Bosch green or Blue? These are two completely different products. Green - cheap shi** not worth buying at all Blue - superb tools lasts forever. BTW Blue bosch comes with 3 year warranty
Bosch green or Blue? These are two completely different products. Green - cheap shi** not worth buying at all Blue - superb tools lasts forever.
What's the point of having brushless? Do you actually know at all?
Just bought one to replace my failed dewalt. Recommended by mate in trade says long lasting, reliable and well built great for home use but he uses them in building work. Really surprised at the power and torque shows how tech has moved on compared to a decent 7 year old dewalt. The quick charging is also superb and the batteries at 4 a way more than enough for me and not too heavy. The charger is one of those smart ones so its a bit odd cos a fan kicks in as it charges then the lot switches off. Really like the power gauge and bright led's on the drill. Overall it's far more than I will ever need and feels like a quality piece of kit. Thanks for the post the extra battery sealed it for me.
Are these batteries compatible with ozito xchange?
You make it sound so frequent :D
Think it has always been this price :/
Every shop in the UK after 3 days of moderately warm weather.
I work for screwfix and tbh I would buy my fan asap as for some bizarre reason I still never understand every year they inundate us with cages and cages of fans when the weather is rubbish yet as soon as the temperature goes above 20 we sell our entire stock in less then a week and it never seems to return same with b&q but I do wonder when I see the same customers buying one each year whatever happened to last years?
Picked up 2. Cheers mate.
You would lock from inside not outside with these
Three?! If you can undo the screws, you may as well just slide the bolt across!
Heavy Duty? Undo three screws and you're in. XD
yes , and definitely :)
The last cheap level I had from Screwfix was fine when new but then drove me mad until I worked the vial had gone out. Turns out the vial is mounted on foam and the mounting screws set it. Over time this goes out and can be readjusted by selectively tightening the screws ( as said reversing the level until the reading is the same both ways). Seems there is reason expensive levels have the vial set in the factory in resin that never moves thereafter.........
it's like ANY tool, useful in the right hands... even if the bubble is not true, reversing the level and a little brain power gets you true, but always check a new level on purchase AND before every use it what my gaffer told me.
I dont think these are good for hard wearing trades but if it's for Plumbing it's not bad. I've used the 600mm of this brand and I've used the forge steel brands too. They only go off if they're being knocked around
This. Cheap levels are not a wise investment at all if you need to use them for actual levelling.
I'll compare it to my stabila levels
Do these run on batteries or do they need hard wiring.
Already posted earlier today
For £99 Ring video doorbell + Ring Chime https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ring-video-doorbell-v1-satin-nickel-ring-wireless-door-chime-99-free-delviery-or-cc-screwfix-3216440
What happens if you dont answer? Is the burglar to assume that YES the house is empty? (The ad)
Has this deal now expired?
I sure am glad you're not my postman :)
As a postman, these are a great way to not get your doorbell rung, I'll knock every time rather than ring this as it just wastes time and is irritating.
Hi, I suppose question to people that already have one installed. How far on the open space the ring bell could be from the wifi router to work ok? I have the gate about 100m from the house would that work? Thanks
Sure.. only the Blink cameras are heavily restricted on storage... Ring: 60 second videos - unlimited - stored for 30 days Blink: 7,200 seconds of video before being overwritten.. that's only 120 one minute long videos. Our doorbell records a good 10-20 clips on a quiet day. With Blink, I'd be at my storage limit in less than a week! I'm happy paying my £2 per month for 30 day unlimited storage, thanks :)
These are OK'ish but hard to cut parallel to the fence. It's not very precise and the blade is thin and flexes. Good for rough ripping of joists etc, but don't expect to make furniture with it!
Yup, I have this too. Probably took me longer to build it and set it up than the length of time I have used it. It's pretty decent though, just Google how to build it as the instructions are kind of worthless.
This - take your time to set it up! Have a machinist square to confirm exact 90 degrees and you’re good to go.
That’s a good deal. I have the this table saw and for my DIY needs it’s pretty good. Take your time to set it up square and true and it’s plenty accurate enough for me.
Also on Amazon for the same price plus you can buy it on 0% over 5 months (£40pm)
They'd have to throw in the kitchen sink for me buy this ... (sorry)
Will it fit in a handbag? :D
:-) Thanks, shall do a quick measure when i get in from work later
Nope not a daft question. These sinks come in different sizes so you’ll need to check the dimensions of the sink you’re replacing or if a new sink will fit on your unit / worktop
Not sure if this is a daft question, but are sinks a standardised size when a sink/drainer??
Supposed to pick up last one yesterday in Speke branch, got there and found out that it was on display and had been half inched?
Just to confirm all my blades came with reducer rings
Odered Many thanks :)
Bought one at b and q a while ago and came with several reducers.
Non-anywhere down My local Area of Manchester
I own this one It weighs a ton, But gets the job done.
I got the 22 piece accessory version as I didn't want the hassle of buying extra bits (my first sds). With all the bits in the case, its hefty to carry around bit nice its all in one blow mould case
Just got the last one in my local cheers
Ordered. And heat added. Thanks
I saw this in Lidl a few weeks ago, although it's £20 dearer, but it's 2 in 1, hedge trimmer/pruner. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lidl-florabest-2-in-1-electric-long-reach-hedge-trimmerpruner-6999-from-14th-march-2411504
I was about to say the same! Keeps the infected blood splatter at a safer distance. (y)
"suitable for garden use" i.e. not suitable for use around the house or on your next chainsaw massacre... you'd want something bigger for that?
It could come in very handy if you have long legs and want to trim your toenails :D
Tempted but was put off by the reviews on B&Q's website: https://www.diy.com/departments/mountfield-sp53h-petrol-lawnmower/1022290_BQ.prd Also I'm not able find anywhere apart from B&Q who sell the SP53H. Is it a model exclusive to the Kingfisher group? Wondering what the difference between the SP53H and SP53 Elite: https://www.mountfieldlawnmowers.co.uk/sp53-elite-1
It seems that there are fewer and fewer self propelled mowers with rear rollers each year. My fifteen year old mower is on its last legs and I'm dreading finding a replacement which'll give those oh-so-desireable stripes without paying over the odds.
Good product and price. Used these (well the larger ones) to fit a kitchen and has done the job. Where possible I try and avoid using these and go into something more solid but they can take a lot of weight.
You will also need the extra Clearance tool for "Dot n Dab". I think it usually costs about £5
that's what I thought (y) but another bit packed up
I bought a Nilfisk 110 with Patio cleaner from Amazon Warehouse last week when it was on offer, £44.73. Put it all together and turned it on, water flowed through but motor didn't work so no pressure. Sending it back - super disappointed!!
Try and find a pressure washer with a cast metal pump housing and not the plastic type pump housing that the low end Karcher's K2's have.
No Nilfisk have great deals either at Amazon or their outlet.
at least if it's programmed to go wrong within the warranty you can keep getting new ones (y)
Pants.... I bought some painted on fresh new decking late summer last year, its all lifted and worn off! Buy something more expensive, screwfix branded stuff is normally tat.
Yeah, in hindsight I'd definitely use oil. Live and learn. Refresh yearly and you're golden. The takeaway lesson in my case was "If it's fairly sheltered, works great. Exposed to a lot of rain? Forget it." In my opinion, it should not be marketed as a stain. It's not a stain. That's a lie. It's an acrylic paint.
Absolutely perfect review. Exactly what I was looking for. Thank you for taking the time to post. I do get a bit tired of the 'does what it says on the tin reviews'. It tells me nothing. This however is much better. It has informed me to NOT buy it. I'll be using a thin oil on mine and use a rubber mat over winter. Thanks again!
I have four large decking areas and used twenty+ cans of this last year. Be aware that saying it's a "stain" is misleading. It's more like a paint, hence the antislip. The best thing to do is actually oil decking in most cases, but I wanted a dark and painted look. My mistake. My findings are: Deck 1 - Side of house. Sheltered from elements. Perfect. Looking good a year on. After I jet washed, it still had some green algae, but I've treated that and refreshed the area with a light coat. Deck2 - Upper deck with minimal foot traffic. Back of house. Just table and chairs. Needed a jet wash, algae spray, light retouch. Deck3 - Lower deck with medium foot traffic and a garden swing. Has peeled in quite a few places. Not the end of the world, just needs some attention and refreshing. Deck 4 - Middle deck. Absolute nightmare. Peeled off all over. Looked terrible after just a couple of months. Contacted manufacturer and they told me it was due to the decking being damp/wet when I painted it. Not true. All decking was delivered at the same time and in the same condition. Built it during last year's very hot summer. It seems that the deck is more prone/exposed to rain and that combined with foot traffic just lifts the stain/paint off in large strips. Lighter coats had the same effect. So, had to strip the whole lot, wasting £££ which made a huge mess of stringing acrylic paint that was hard to clean up. So, now I'm staining this with normal fence stain below and decking stain (IT'S PAINT!) over the top to see if that combats the water lifting it during the winter. Not much rain/standing water will tear this paint right off. So, make sure your decking has the standard incline for water runoff. I now wish I'd made mine steeper.
I bought liberon oil from Amazon for £29 it's £45 in screwfix it goes a long way I oil my decking every 2 years
Ryobi are good but overpriced, especially the batteries if you need another sometime.
99.9% of li-ion batteries are made in China or the far east. For all you know they might even use top of the line Sony, Panasonic or Samsung cells (like most drills do). Exact same thing happened to my AEG. Sometimes these things happen.
And what isn't made in China these days.
be careful,i got a erbauer drill a while ago and the battery failed within a year,they are not german,made in china
I might be inclined to consider this high 120Nm torque drill with metal gearbox for £79.99 (no battery included) and use the second battery with it. https://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-ecdt18-li-2-18v-li-ion-ext-brushless-cordless-combi-drill-bare/272fv