Stanley Multi Ratchet Screwdriver and bits £5 @ B&Q
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Stanley Multi Ratchet Screwdriver and bits £5 @ B&Q

£5£10.6053%B&Q Deals
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Found 9th Aug
Stanley Multi Ratchet Screwdriver further reduced to £5 at B&Q - free c+c. Comes with 10 insert bits of popular sizes, looks to be selling at £10+ at other retailers such as Wilko and good reviews.




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  • Magnetic head for efficient holding and rapid changing of the tip
  • Bit storage cartridge for easy access
  • Tri-lobe bimaterial handle for maximum torsion
  • 3 position ratchet mechanism
  • Supplied with 10 insert bits of popular sizes
  • 1 Year Guarantee
  • Model 0-68-010
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Nice spot op got one of these total bargain at a fiver Heat from me
summerof763 m ago

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Unlike Summer to be in a DIY thread
One of the worst screwdrivers i have ever used
Ratchet very stiff clicks like a tractor bad grip in hand.
Spend few quid more and go for gearwrench. They popup cheap as halfords advanced from time to time
Iceman291 h, 19 m ago

Why so?


I have an original one bought about 9 years ago which is great. They changed the manufacture of them a few years ago. The latest ones are very poor quality. Ratchet mechanism fails. I bought one and compared side by side. Every element is cheaper.
nipstyler9 m ago

I have an original one bought about 9 years ago which is great. They …I have an original one bought about 9 years ago which is great. They changed the manufacture of them a few years ago. The latest ones are very poor quality. Ratchet mechanism fails. I bought one and compared side by side. Every element is cheaper.


I've got the original one as well (The bottom doesn't come off to store the bits though, they're all round the collar) my one still works great after years of use. Was thinking about buying this as a spare for a fiver, but sounds like I would be disappointed!
I have one & it’s not great. The lid for the storage compartment keeps coming undone when I’m using it
21benson47 m ago

I've got the original one as well (The bottom doesn't come off to store …I've got the original one as well (The bottom doesn't come off to store the bits though, they're all round the collar) my one still works great after years of use. Was thinking about buying this as a spare for a fiver, but sounds like I would be disappointed!


Yeah I wouldn't bother. I took mine back. Wished I had bought 2 back in the day.
Still got my old battered one without bit storage. New one is with cheaper plastics. Clearly Stanley has cheapened out & going in the wrong direction as a business. As they say, buy cheap, buy twice with tools.
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