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Stanley 5 Piece insulated Screwdriver Set - £9.99 @ Screwfix (Free Click & Collect)
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Stanley 5 Piece insulated Screwdriver Set - £9.99 @ Screwfix (Free Click & Collect)

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Posted 17th Jan

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Decent price for a branded screwdriver set

Reviews are good too

Production Description:


Slim insulation towards the tip and bi-material handles with soft-grip and large diameter for excellent torque transmission and control. Hardened tips for durability and reduced wearing.

  • Chrome Vanadium Steel Blades
  • Soft-Grip Handle
  • Tested to 10,000V, Rated to 1000V AC

Product Contents:

3 x slotted (0.4 x 2.5 x 75mm, 0.8 x 4 x 100mm and 1 x 5.5 x 125mm) and 2 x PZ (#1 x 5 x 80mm and #2 x 6 x 100mm)

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Toolstation have the 10pc set for £15.98
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Rubbish, handles are too small, I returned them and got Wera ones from Amazon , which are much better
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Ive used the previous version of these and was really impressed, bought a Bahco set to replace em but tbh wish I'd stuck with Stanley. Don't get me wrong I love Bahco stuff but in my trade we can be hard on tools and I don't mind abusing cheaper screwdrivers quite so much The stanley ones proved very tuff and a good fit on the screw heads.
Is this standard price ?
packard17/01/2020 18:52

Yes seems to be


6 piece set on amazon £20 so to be fair this price is a bargain
Toolstation have the 10pc set for £15.98
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blindmansden17/01/2020 19:34

Toolstation have the 10pc set for £15.98[Image]


Yes good price for anyone specifically looking for a 10pc set
Just bought them. Been after them for a while
blindmansden17/01/2020 19:34

Toolstation have the 10pc set for £15.98[Image]


Hotter than the original deal, nice find!
Edited by: "Thyme" 18th Jan
Chorx17/01/2020 18:30

Ive used the previous version of these and was really impressed, bought a …Ive used the previous version of these and was really impressed, bought a Bahco set to replace em but tbh wish I'd stuck with Stanley. Don't get me wrong I love Bahco stuff but in my trade we can be hard on tools and I don't mind abusing cheaper screwdrivers quite so much The stanley ones proved very tuff and a good fit on the screw heads.


The previous style of Stanley drivers were made by Bost in France. The new ones are made in China. We also use the Stanley/Bost drivers at work and find them to be good quality. I haven't used the new style but would expect a drop in quality now they are made in China. Would recommend paying the extra for Wiha if they are to be used daily.

Referring to this style

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Rubbish, handles are too small, I returned them and got Wera ones from Amazon , which are much better
blindmansden17/01/2020 19:34

Toolstation have the 10pc set for £15.98[Image]


only insulated upto 1000v compared to 10000 on the other set
only insulated upto 1000v compared to 10000 on the other set , suitable for most people
I would go for the wiha also. They are on offer at screwfix currently. Far better quality.
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Total18/01/2020 11:21

[Image] …[Image] https://www.screwfix.com/p/wera-kraftform-comfort-mixed-screwdriver-set-6-pieces/521fp


Non VDE them mate. So not insulated and certified safe to use with electrics etc.
These Screwfix & the Toolstation are the same just more in the Toolstation pack the rating is the same this is from the Screwfix website (Tested to 10,000V, Rated to 1000V AC)
39706341-USrNS.jpgBought this at home bargains for £4.98
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They might have good reviews, but believe me the tips may as well be made of toffee - they distorted badly in use and I returned them. Wera laser etched are the best VDE set at SF.
Thanks for posting, we have added this to the Highlights pages
Do you all use insulated drivers only on live electrical stuff, or as your main drivers?
edanfalls18/01/2020 22:07

Do you all use insulated drivers only on live electrical stuff, or as your …Do you all use insulated drivers only on live electrical stuff, or as your main drivers?


You shouldn't be working on live electrical stuff.
w0z19/01/2020 00:17

You shouldn't be working on live electrical stuff.


I guess on low voltage DC circuits it's OK? Otherwise what is the point of insulated drivers? Genuinely asking btw, I'm not implying that they're pointless.
ShaunWright18/01/2020 10:45

I would go for the wiha also. They are on offer at screwfix currently. Far …I would go for the wiha also. They are on offer at screwfix currently. Far better quality. [Image] [Image]


Wiha same rubbish small handles
edanfalls19/01/2020 00:20

I guess on low voltage DC circuits it's OK? Otherwise what is the point of …I guess on low voltage DC circuits it's OK? Otherwise what is the point of insulated drivers? Genuinely asking btw, I'm not implying that they're pointless.


Either if your a electrician or a very competent diy er, then there are times you would work on live electrics and that is why these screwdrivers are insulated.

In most cases no one should be working on live electrics, except when necessary and by qualified/competent person, but anyone working on electrics should be using insulated screwdrivers at all times.

Ideally only a qualified electrician should be working on electrics, but many diy ers like to tinker around and so these screwdriver offer a little safety or false sense of safety.

Hope that answers your question.
Edited by: "jjav" 19th Jan
You know...I can say with some certainty now that there is a time in your life when you will never need another screwdriver, drill bit, spanner orsocket set.

Nice price though for those who have not yet reached saturation.
w0z19/01/2020 00:17

You shouldn't be working on live electrical stuff.


You have to if you work on anything electrical.
If you just need a simple screwdriver you can get 4 for £1 at Poundland
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