Anyone know if the Torx batteries fit this?
Why cold guys??
Anyone know if the Torx batteries fit this?
Why cold guys??
I need one for my garage, is this overboard? From my garage I plan to fit many garden lights and in the long term, have a man cave in the garden. Any guidance very kindly appreciated :D
BS7671:2018 will come into effect from 1st January 2019 and require RCD protection on lighting circuits in domestic residences. Also regulation 421.1,7 recommends Arc Fault detection devices (AFDD) being fitted. These may need larger consumer units to allow space for these AFDD and surge protection devices (SPD) that may be required. The price on new electrical installations will be going up to support the manufacturers of these devices!
It's a bit big for my mancave, heat anyway! All the best to all HUKD members.
thomas naggy on youtube goes into which consumer units are best
Just what I wanted for Xmas! A 13 module 7 way populated high integrity dual RCD unit, cheers mate
No pun intended but ideal boilers aren’t ideal at all they’re awful.
Bear in mind of course they are 3 x (or more) in price. I'd agree though.
I have a friend who is a British Gas Homecare engineer, she works all day every day on every brand of boiler there is, and on very few Aristons, infact they have to fix so many boilers of every brand under the sun that they are forever rushed and doing overtime. What would be interesting would be to have a proper stats page regarding reliability and breakdown so you can compare like for like rather than one engineers experience v another engineer.
Time for all of the boiler snobs to appear telling you to spend the earth on a boiler
Very long parts and servicing warranty are free with Valiant these days too...I was a fan of Worcester but think Valiant are not as popular as their product deserves.
Wow, good down to minus 161 now, super good anti freeze
I'm sure they won't but they are a reasonable like for like as they are both meant as a convenient topup and not for full refills. It doesn't need to be so mission critical for that.
Wow - freezing down to minus 56, this product out performs its guarnatee of minus 37 (lol)
This is not for TOYOTA - this is designed for every single type and variation of engine there is.
Sorry, but I would not compare the two, I doubt Poundland would guarantee repairing your cylinder head gasket if it were to fail from their £1 product and I would not be pouring blue antifreeze into my pink anti freeze
Does this need a primer.
🔥thank you! black, blue, grey, white and red all reduced to this price! x
Thanks, been looking for some black gloss to cover a small table but didn’t want to spend too much for something that might not work. Partner works there so will get a discount too (y)
Cheers OP. That's a great price.
Note that this is a BARE drill... i.e. no battery or charger. Still a good price and ideal as a replacement/upgrade. Heat added
I don't like these, the wires in the original boxes may not be long enough or too long to fit. THe screws may not be big enough to really grip the wires. Remeber than theoretically there may be up to 32 amps flowing through. There is the possibility of overheating and consequently melt down of the wires with disastrous consequences. I only ever use MK plugs and sockets The usb part must be fused at maybe an amp of so. But there is never any mention of that This technical test shows some of the problems that have been identified https://www.electricalsafetyfirst.org.uk/media/1181/web_usb-article-from-so32.pdf
Nice. They’ve also got ones with a built in Wi-fi extender but quite a bit pricier.
Why they don't allow the switches to isolate the USB sockets/transformers I'll never know.
That spacer is unusual, never seen that before. Was looking at this deal the other day but no white inserts to match the 15 Lap sockets bought on the B@Q deal the other week, hoping the reliability of these is better than reviews on Screwfix?
Good price, heat added. 4 x USB socket might be even better for some too. https://www.screwfix.com/p/lap-2-gang-13a-unswitched-socket-4-2a-4-outlet-usb-charger-polished-chrome/7906t
These stain very easily and then look horrible.
I've been sent one it's account specific. Strange how op has spent £9.95 and not £10 And it's took discount off as it's £10 min spend?
Nah didn't work :(
It didn't work for me.
Will expire then, never mind.
Picking mine up today. Cheers
Thanks OP fed up of buying Aldi that the sole drops off after 12 months so give these ago I know would never have to but another pair if kept Aldi reciept as they would never last 3 years only seem to last 1 for me so give these a shot reviews look good.
nah not safety boots. Just boots in general, needed something for everyday use but nothing to expensive.
Safety boots from River Island?
Heat for the price! I would go for these but I just recently picked up a nice pair of boots for £35 from river island, they had a sale on.
Bought. Thank you
Great set and comfortable to use. Good find.
I bought this a year or two back on special offer. Decent set of blades so that you can get a tight joint that wont slip
Thanks OP, ordered
Very Similar to an aqualisa midas
Thanks. Ordered. :)
Came here to say the same. Indeed they do.
OOS in Newtownabbey and nearest store is nowhere.
Out of Stock in all stores near me
Make sure you read the reviews before you buy these, they are stainless but soft and will break if not used correctly.
Yes these are E27.
Anyone know if these are E27
The ones in the deal are not for you then. I have maily bayonet and SES in my house so these are no use for me either
Yes I need this type of bulb
The ones in your link are bayonet.
Good find, heat from me 😁
Did anybody managed to get one of these
3 things; first that is a reply to a letter by 1 journalist shall we all take what he says as gospel? second, the article is from 2012 and back then its says on new boilers from the last 6 or 7 years so that's back to approx 2005 so there wont be that many 13+ year old boilers in the field anymore. And finally inhibitor is just that it only 'inhibits' the rust and doesn't stop it.
This type of filter is good at removing ferrous sludge and should be fitted to most systems. Adey who developed the original Maganaclean also make the Worcester Bosch filter. Worcester Bosch claim that their version has a more powerful magnet and they extend the guarantee on a new boiler if one is fitted in the system (conditions apply).
British gas wanted £300 to fit one of these filters (different brand). Is that a reasonable price?
None left in Stoke or surrounding areas. Would of been ideal as I work outside majority of the time.
It's 64% off - not a big enough majority for some though. It's a 'once in a lifetime' deal they said. ;) I knew what i was buying too when i "ordered". Let's just hope 'it gets delivered or there may well be 17 million+ more of these sold.
That’s a bargain.
:/ Hmm, these work trousers look very similar to Bear Grylls trousers I've seen
Think its only waist 40 left ! I Could get me and the kids in them
Bargain if you can fit in them. (y)
Just picked this up and it's a lush jacket. Got a medium and it fits true to size.
Ordered, however I have no idea if the size will be right for me
This is a 'howling' hot deal! ;)
Here is the link for the X-Large at the same price - https://www.screwfix.com/p/hyena-summit-softshell-fleece-jacket-black-x-large-50-chest/6476d Thanks op , good deal .
It's not stable like that.
I like this fitting method as the light stays in its portable stand then easily removed just using the existing sprung clip for portable use. The slight downside is that the fitting hole for the large T-Bar is then too large if ever needed in future. When the light is mounted central you can pull the tripod legs closer so it sits higher and takes less space but still stable.
So, I picked mine up from Screwfix (having purchased yesterday) and they said they were like gold dust. The stand doesn't natively work for a single 23W or this 30W in my opinion. I can see the post above where someone's moved the base around 90 degrees, I guess that may work, there's not much thread to allow for it, but I don't understand how anyone's 'screwed' it in as a single as the top plastic of the tripod has no thread? However, the screw holes for the double adaptor plate will happily take a standard M6 bolt. Whether you feel that's enough support, or perhaps might want to use an M6 penny washer as well or something, that's up to you. The 23W has the additional hole through the front of the base, which means it can slot into the top of the tripod, as a single. However, the hole at the top of the tripod isn't threaded, so you've nothing to secure the light itself into. Tried to attach thumbnails but HUKD doesn't respect bb code. 1. Side by side comparison of 30W and 23W lights 2. Side by side comparison of the bases of the above 3. Close up of the front retaining hole of the 23W base 4. 23W light perilously mounted in the middle hole, using the 'bolt' that came with the tripod 5. 23W mounted using a standard M6 bolt and nut, without its stand. Same logic would work for the 30W 6. Side by side - the 30W is mounted using the wheel, bolt and washers that came with the light, I just had to add an M6 nut. [url=https://ibb.co/wJt9MYf][img]https://i.ibb.co/wJt9MYf/IMG-2043.jpg[/img][/url] [url=https://ibb.co/S7gzNWn][img]https://i.ibb.co/S7gzNWn/IMG-2044.jpg[/img][/url] [url=https://ibb.co/zfH4GNy][img]https://i.ibb.co/zfH4GNy/IMG-2046.jpg[/img][/url] [url=https://ibb.co/0mjhJ9W][img]https://i.ibb.co/0mjhJ9W/IMG-2047.jpg[/img][/url] [url=https://ibb.co/qMgK0y5][img]https://i.ibb.co/qMgK0y5/IMG-2048.jpg[/img][/url] [url=https://ibb.co/txD32dr][img]https://i.ibb.co/txD32dr/IMG-2049.jpg[/img][/url] tl;dr? The included bolt will let you secure one of these 30W lights to the dual light holder, but you will need to source an M6 nut. Quick look online suggests you can pickup 100 for £1.09 from Toolstation.
Just modified mine and thought I'd post up to show another method. I wanted the lamp to be able to be unbolted simply from the tripod and then be used on it's own stand. I wanted it to remain complete, because the more parts that are stored, the higher the chance I will lose them. I know it makes the unit a bit larger, but for me it is not an issue.
I must admit I thought the same just from looking at the photos, I believe the saying is "sometimes people can't see the wood for the trees"