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Stanley 48pc screwdriver set £5 instore @ Tesco
Stanley 48pc screwdriver set £5 instore @ Tesco

Stanley 48pc screwdriver set £5 instore @ Tesco

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Just saw these Stanley 48 piece screwdriver set in Tesco Cheetham Hill, Manchester. They're scanning at £5! No idea if it's nationwide

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heat added.
Edited by: "pennyfarthing88" 10th Jan

Heat added but I must resist buying.
Must have at least a couple of hundred screwdrivers around the house / garage / shed already!
Is it a bloke thing or just me?

Want it, need it! Heat

never even saw it in my local tesco

Not even stocked in the 3 big tesco stores I called at

Mental note - must resist these one-off Tesco deals, waste of time and petrol
Edited by: "tarkus" 11th Jan

surreykw

Heat added but I must resist buying.Must have at least a couple of … Heat added but I must resist buying.Must have at least a couple of hundred screwdrivers around the house / garage / shed already!Is it a bloke thing or just me?



Don't matter, there will always be flatheads around when you need philips.

surreykw

Heat added but I must resist buying.Must have at least a couple of … Heat added but I must resist buying.Must have at least a couple of hundred screwdrivers around the house / garage / shed already!Is it a bloke thing or just me?


it is,i have tons of screwdrivers but just keep buying them,must be a a comfort thing haha

Does anyone have this set, and can they say whether these are the old-fashioned almost indestructible Stanley tools, or some cheap rubbish made anywhere that pays a licence fee ?
I used to always go for German made stuff as that seemed to be a better guarantee of quality, but have not bought tools for ages now, so am a bit out of touch.

I still need a stub right angle torx, maybe this box will have it

kamenitzabrit

Does anyone have this set, and can they say whether these are the … Does anyone have this set, and can they say whether these are the old-fashioned almost indestructible Stanley tools, or some cheap rubbish made anywhere that pays a licence fee ?I used to always go for German made stuff as that seemed to be a better guarantee of quality, but have not bought tools for ages now, so am a bit out of touch.



​Given that they're a fiver, I'd guess they're not top notch. But they're only a fiver...

Israeli Junk...avoid

Great for a fiver. Must check my local Tesco tomorrow. Thanks op

muzzzzzzzzzy

Israeli Junk...avoid



Any evidence or experience with these tools
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