Stanley 14-Piece Multi-tool £5.00 with Free Click & Collect, Free Delivery on orders over £10 or £2.99 Delivery on orders under £10 @ Maplin
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Stanley 14-Piece Multi-tool £5.00 with Free Click & Collect, Free Delivery on orders over £10 or £2.99 Delivery on orders under £10 @ Maplin

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Found 21st Sep 2017
Stanley 14-Piece Multi-tool £5.00 with Free Click & Collect, Free Delivery on orders over £10 or £2.99 Delivery on orders under £10 @ Maplin

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Stanley 14-Piece Multi-tool
• Multi-tool includes knife, serrated blade, file and bit holder
• With 1/4 inch drive sockets, slotted, Phillips and hex screwdriver bits
• Blades and file lock into position at 180 degrees
• Bit holder can lock at 3 different angles - ideal for working in confined spaces

The Stanley 14-in-1 Multi-tool contains the following tools:
1 x knife
1 x serrated blade
1 x file
1 x bit holder
4 x 1/4 inch square drive sockets: 10mm, 11mm, 12mm and 13mm
2 x Slotted screwdriver bits: 6-8mm and 8-10mm
2 x Phillips screwdriver bits: PH1 and PH2
2 x Hex bits: 5mm and 6mm
The blades and file lock into position at 180°. The bit holder lock at 90°, 135° and 180° for working at different angles in confined spaces.
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But two, save on delivery or petrol, sell one for £7, costing me £3 for one. That's the plan
musssy5 m ago

But two, save on delivery or petrol, sell one for £7, costing me £3 for o …But two, save on delivery or petrol, sell one for £7, costing me £3 for one. That's the plan


I find with Maplin it's worth looking around their website to make an order up to £10 as it's not exactly a huge amount to spend to get free delivery especially when you consider that with Amazon and their add-on items you have to spend £20...usually end up buying a few little bits and pieces to give as presents to people
"The blades and file lock into position at 180°."

So it's illegal to carry in the UK then?

tiggerloveslife24 m ago

I find with Maplin it's worth looking around their website to make an …I find with Maplin it's worth looking around their website to make an order up to £10 as it's not exactly a huge amount to spend to get free delivery especially when you consider that with Amazon and their add-on items you have to spend £20...usually end up buying a few little bits and pieces to give as presents to people

I might just do that
fr0d01 h, 41 m ago

"The blades and file lock into position at 180°."So it's illegal to carry …"The blades and file lock into position at 180°."So it's illegal to carry in the UK then?


why would you carry it around public places anyway?

unless you're starting out doing jobs for people, by starting out I mean you have 1 tool which is this and you walk or get a bus everywhere
dataload1 h, 13 m ago

why would you carry it around public places anyway?unless you're starting …why would you carry it around public places anyway?unless you're starting out doing jobs for people, by starting out I mean you have 1 tool which is this and you walk or get a bus everywhere



Current legislation on the subject:

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dataload1 h, 27 m ago

why would you carry it around public places anyway?unless you're starting …why would you carry it around public places anyway?unless you're starting out doing jobs for people, by starting out I mean you have 1 tool which is this and you walk or get a bus everywhere


Actually the law on this stuff is so intrusive it covers having it available for use in your own vehicle, not just carrying it in public. It's OK if you have a "good reason" to carry it though...
fr0d06 h, 34 m ago

"The blades and file lock into position at 180°."So it's illegal to carry …"The blades and file lock into position at 180°."So it's illegal to carry in the UK then?



Not strictly true. The UKs knife laws are not 100 prescriptive. It is illegal to "carry" it depending on where you are or what you are doing. Going out to a nightclub with this in your pocket = you are in trouble, cycling with this in your bike repair kit = you should be fine. You have to have a reasonable reason for having it on you. otherwise there would be no workmen using axes , knives , saws etc
I know all of the above, I was being deliberately provocative, given the hard time that hobbyist survivalist types get on HUKD when precisely the same laws apply... if you're on your way to a camp or on private ground then having a knife for that purpose on your person is quite legal.
Nearest store is 262 miles away and no option for delivery
1616french56 m ago

Nearest store is 262 miles away and no option for delivery


Ah must be out of stock for delivery now then as it was definitely available for delivery when posted...sorry
1616french1 h, 14 m ago

Nearest store is 262 miles away and no option for delivery


don't carry a knife when you travel those 262 miles
dataload3 m ago

don't carry a knife when you travel those 262 miles


Be ok on the way there but no idea what they're going to do on the way back once they've picked it up
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