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Stanley All in One Screwdriver with 6 Changeable Tips - £4.45 (Prime) / £8.94 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Stanley All in One Screwdriver with 6 Changeable Tips - £4.45 (Prime) / £8.94 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 11th Jun
4.7 out of 5.0
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  • All in one screwdriver with six tips
  • Attach wrench to bolster nut for additional leverage and torque
  • High quality bits and chrome plated bar for rust resistance and longer life
  • Tri lobular handle for torque and comfortable grip
  • Supplied with Phillips 1 and 2, 2 x slotted and 2 nut drivers (1/4” and 5/16”)
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Had one of those in the house for over 20 years, still going strong, irreplaceable and always handy. Couldn’t live without one!! Heat added 🏻
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These are great dotted around the house. So handy
Had one of those in the house for over 20 years, still going strong, irreplaceable and always handy. Couldn’t live without one!! Heat added 🏻
Great spot, ordered and heat added
Good price but would rather spend a cpl of quid more and get something with ratchet and inbuilt storage. I'd lose the bits for this within days
fraz4111/06/2020 20:29

Good price but would rather spend a cpl of quid more and get something …Good price but would rather spend a cpl of quid more and get something with ratchet and inbuilt storage. I'd lose the bits for this within days



Try one, it would be difficult to lose the bits as there is a permanent place for it. It flips and the bits flip round too .
Probably 1 of the best budget screwdrivers you could have 👌
Still got a few like this I got from Poundland some years ago .
Ordered thanks
Seems like the regular price, so no need to rush!
Normal price. £4.50 postage is a rip off.
I have had one of these for 10 years and still going strong. Keep it in the kitchen to save going to the garage and gets used every week for odd bobs. Changed an alarm sensor battery yesterday with it. You can't lose the bits unless you keep them separately (no idea why you'd do that).
I have been using this for the last five years now. one of the most versatile screwdriver. heat
Handy, thanks!
PavelD11/06/2020 20:08

Had one of those in the house for over 20 years, still going strong, …Had one of those in the house for over 20 years, still going strong, irreplaceable and always handy. Couldn’t live without one!! Heat added 🏻


Ha me too. Thought I lost it once, I was so upset. But when I found it 2 months later, I was doing a jig in the garage like a loon 😜
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