Stanley 34-Piece Professional Screwdriver Set with Carry Case - was £26.99 now £11.69 with code @ Robert Dyas (C&C)
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Stanley 34-Piece Professional Screwdriver Set with Carry Case - was £26.99 now £11.69 with code @ Robert Dyas (C&C)

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Found 26th Mar 2017
- This handy kit includes 34 assorted high quality screwdrivers and bits for everyday DIY and more complex tasks around the home, in the workshop or out and about.

-The set comes complete in a handy carry case that offers easy access to the screwdrivers and bits, and the carry case features a rubberised grip handle for safety.

-8 Professional screwdrivers covering Torx, Phillips and Slotted options
- 5 Precision screwdrivers with rotating collar for electronics and computer work
- 1 Screwdriver bit holder with dual density handle
- 20 Screwdriver bits covering Torx, Phillips, Flat and Allen Key options
- Hardwearing carry case with rubberised safe grip handle

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I find Stanley tools to be really poorly made now. Better buying screwdrivers aimed at builders/car mechanics
good deal for people who only do the odd job, however. so i say heat actually
Good price for a DIY set.
i got these the last time they were on for £7.50. but they dont last long and not that good of quality
ollydearden

I find Stanley tools to be really poorly made now. Better buying … I find Stanley tools to be really poorly made now. Better buying screwdrivers aimed at builders/car mechanics



​So what brands would they be? thanks
nice find vassy, heat added
sradmad

nice find vassy, heat added


Thanks pal
Also available as Kinzo brand - anyone buying these good luck.

Anyone on this forum who doesn't have their toolbox filled with halfords excellent screwdrivers @ £7 a set has been on another planet.
Infiltrator

Also available as Kinzo brand - anyone buying these good luck.Anyone on … Also available as Kinzo brand - anyone buying these good luck.Anyone on this forum who doesn't have their toolbox filled with halfords excellent screwdrivers @ £7 a set has been on another planet.



LINK pleas
Looks an alright set for the house, good selection and precision included.

Yes these are not Wera, Wiha or Facom but what do you expect for under £12.

Ive had cheap screwdrivers last years through occasional use. If your using the right driver for the fastener its really not a problem. Start mixing pozidrive and philips etc and any driver will wear.

Using daily however is another story.
Bobef90

LINK pleas



£7.50 for each set just now, they've been as low as £6.37 in flash sales - quidco as well.
And they come with a lifetime guarantee, the halfords advanced and professional stuff is excellent quality for the home diy'er or home mechanic - I'm a mech tech by trade and have destroyed lots of hand tools over the years, for the money the halfords stuff is about as good as you can get. There are occasional competitors such as the bahco 1/4 socket set that Amazon reduce every now and again.

halfords.com/web…rch




Edited by: "Infiltrator" 26th Mar 2017
i have this and it's really useful. better than the cheap crap i used to buy
Hot deal, these have a really nice feel but annoys me they use cheap soft metal bits to make a 14 piece screwdriver set sound as 34 given that it is not 34 screwdrivers - being screwed
Well that's another fine me you've gotten me in to Stanley.

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A nice kit there, heat added
Saenor

​So what brands would they be? thanks



Wera are brilliant.
What you're actually getting is 13 seperate screwdrivers and one multiple use screwdriver so Stanley advertising it as 34 piece is a bit naughty imo.

Stanley are no better than a lot of budget brands now.
Edited by: "Bilbo1968" 26th Mar 2017
Bilbo1968

What you're actually getting is 13 seperate screwdrivers and one multiple … What you're actually getting is 13 seperate screwdrivers and one multiple use screwdriver so Stanley advertising it as 34 piece is a bit naughty imo.Stanley are no better than a lot of budget brands now.



I think it pays to actually read the description.


Good set - worth the cash...

I've bought
Personally I've always thought Stanley tools were C rap for anything but DIY , so these are ok for the odd home job . Let be honest how often are you going to use most of them . Cheap enough to throw in the home tool kit
No8

Wera are brilliant.



Yep and so are Teng.
villan57

Personally I've always thought Stanley tools were C rap for anything but … Personally I've always thought Stanley tools were C rap for anything but DIY , so these are ok for the odd home job . Let be honest how often are you going to use most of them . Cheap enough to throw in the home tool kit



Stanley used to make top quality tools but the brand has just been bastardised now and is just another brand name slapped on cheap generic tools.
Too true
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No8

Wera are brilliant.



Wholeheartedly agree. No one in the house goes near them or they die.
Those plastic handles are going to be painful.
kristoff

Wholeheartedly agree. No one in the house goes near them or they die.



Same here!!
ollydearden

I find Stanley tools to be really poorly made now. Better buying … I find Stanley tools to be really poorly made now. Better buying screwdrivers aimed at builders/car mechanics


Any examples/links? You are right, but what makes/models?
kristoff

Wholeheartedly agree. No one in the house goes near them or they die.


They are not good enough to take some abuse?
Bought this last April from Halfords for £9. Not bad for light use
as people have asked,i don't like promoting companies but I find Halfords professional range to be superb. I bought them after many recommendations
MaximusRo

They are not good enough to take some abuse?



Some things I guard jealously, these are such objects. They will only ever be loved and never abused. Wera
Out of stock, Online.
damn, awesome price, no stock, I always miss the good ones!
It's a real shame, Stanley used to be a quality brand, a few years back they got sold to a Chinese company and the quality immediately vanished, fine for changing a plug but not much else.
if these have been on sale in the past for £7.50n they are overpriced.
3applepie

​​if these have been on sale in the past for £7.50n they are overpriced.


Hmm, I can see where you're coming from - has been posted for lower in the past too...

£7.65 - hotukdeals.com/dea…805

£9 - hotukdeals.com/dea…266
MaximusRo

They are not good enough to take some abuse?



The 'pound thru' series can take a massive amount of abuse.

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Edited by: "No8" 28th Mar 2017
No8

The 'pound thru' series can take a massive amount of abuse.


Thanks for the link
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