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Philips LED GU10 Glass Lamp 4.6W Warm White 355lm toolstation - £10.98 (free C&C)
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
free delivery on these Express usually Next Business Day before 6pm £5 Free DETAILED DESCRIPTION• Average life 15000 hours • Warm white 2700K, cool white 4000K • 36º beam angle •… Read more
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Neither do I so basically you are agreeing with my original comment lol! Anyway 'natural'' daylight is anything from 5500k to 7500k, a sunny day being 5500k so you're probably simulating a cloudy day (provided you have high CRI bulbs) Here's a link so you can get the effect just right in your kitchen and bathroom


You should stop using your phones and pcs with immediate effect then. They the biggest offenders. It seems you the only one who knows about LEDs anyway. And I don't buy cheap LEDs from eBay as they tend to be dangerous most of times from no covers to misleading colour temperature and lumens.


You obviously don't know much about LED's or indeed colour rendering as very few LED's give off anything close to natural light. If you want your kitchen to look like an operating theatre, good for you. A cheap unbranded set of 6500k as Dianne referred to are unlikely to have a high colour rendering index and probably will have an unnatural amount of blue spectrum which could cause irreversible damage to the eyes at worst or eye strain at best, loads of research out there.


I've got 12 in my kitchen for around 4 years now. They ones with glass cover. Only 1 failed so far. I know what you mean about fewer leds design but it didn't really bother me.


We had Eco Light GU10’s in all our fittings but they didn’t really last long (under a year in some cases) especially the 8 in the kitchen. The ones nearest the cooker soon filled up with what I assume was grease from cooking as they weren’t sealed. We also had a couple of others fail, going noticeably dimmer than the rest, I got sick of changing them so I swapped them all out for the e-Luminate lamps. Granted they are a slightly more focused beam and slightly warmer, they’ve all lasted with none of the issues we had with the Eco Lights. Another annoyance with the Eco Light lamps was they were changing the design as time went on, using fewer and different sized LED’s which was really noticeable and annoying looking at mismatched lamps (for me anyway)

2 Weather Proof Padlocks £10.98 @ Toolstation - Free c&c
16/01/2019Expires on 16/01/2019Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
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Decent locks for a shed. £4.99 each in b&m though if you just want one.

DeWalt Combination Drill bit Set £9.99 @ Toolstation - Free c&c
16/01/2019Expires on 16/01/2019Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
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Just as well you bought 6 as £14.99 in Screwfix now


Surprised at the DeWalt negative combi drill has been badly abused yet it it fine and the 70nm torque incredible. Recently, as I was stuck and the building inspector due, I am embarrassed to say I drilled a 20mm hole in an rsj with the DeWalt combi and a blacksmiths drill, managed fine (except for the snatch as it came through, enough to break your wrist)....but the drill coped admirably. Most DeWalt kit is Germany, Malaysia, thialand, usa, not much from China in my experience.


My Bosch is the same. Great tool though.


Got to love the Black & Decker comments when Dewalt items come up . My kit is mostly Dewalt . The 305mm mitre saw is one of the best around and mine is still going strong 7 years on . Then my 8 piece 18v set is still going well 3 years on , it all gets hammered on site and to get 3 years out of cordless tools using them everyday is pretty good . Then all the new Flex Volt stuff is top quality, yes expensive but top quality. Dewalt isn’t no Festool or Hilti Quality but I rated better than Makita , Milwaukee, and Bosch .


This is a decent but not spectacular price for decent but not spectacular drill bits - like many others I bought a couple of sets (for a fiver each) last year and the bits didn't last as long as I'd hoped - don't assume because they say DeWalt on them they're super quality, they're not. £10 is probably about right.

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Product Milwaukee M18BPD-301C 18V Li-Ion Cordless Compact Combi Drill 1 x 3.0Ah £119.98 Toolstation
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
Small but powerful combi, only 198mm in length - ideal for tight spaces. • 1 x 3.0Ah red Li-Ion battery • 13mm keyless metal chuck • High performance 4-pole motor • Full metal gear… Read more

Screwfix have the brushless with 2 4.0Amp batteries for £199.99...


This is the brushed version rather than brushless. I've got an older brushed version and it works well


Unfortunately this is a bit of a strange comparison due to Ryobi and Milwaukee both being made by a company called TTI, they push the Milwaukee as being professional whereas the Ryobi is their "semi-pro". That being said it is still a very good deal, Milwaukee is a great brand. Hot from me.


You tube review above this drill beat the Dewalt and ryobi which they both burnt out and it’s still going


12 X 20 Metre Rolls Of 4mm Multi Function Braid £10.80 Delivered @ Toolstation Clearance
Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
£0.90 each with free click & collect Order 12 & qualify for free delivery
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Order cancelled by phone - no stock


The link is now dead. 20 metre rolls gone from the website. Deal expired. My order hasn't been cancelled yet though..


Just got a refund : ((((((


Thanks (y) Not that I don't believe what you're saying but I will wait to see how my order goes before expiring or keeping live if that's fair? Sorry it didn't work out for you (honestly these tool shop clearance deals are giving me grey hairs)


Good luck. I had a phone call to say there was no stock to collect or deliver. System problems...!


Omg we are talking about £1.29. This reduction is without a shred of a doubt ridiculous and insulting. It reminds me of years ago when Currys used to reduce tv's etc by 50p.


“ridiculous and insulting” an 8% reduction !! If the bank gave you an 8% reduction on your mortgage would you consider it to be “ridiculous and insulting”...


At least it says "Free delivery on £10+ spend" on their website.


Have to agree. Toolstation are great for cheap every day prices on most items so I shop there as often as can. A reduction of £1.29 is ridiculous and insulting. It will cost you more in petrol money to pick this up.


£11.59 reduced down from £12.88 - 8% off - why is this deal attracting so much heat? What am I missing?

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Since they are from the same place I doubt it now but mine are cheaper I believe


hi riz, what makes you think they are better?


Sometime an extra long tool is the only way of getting a screw in a difficult place...


Just picked them up today and they are actually chrome vanadium which i was not expecting.


it can be just 64p more, hurray! ;)

Draper Oil Drain Pan 6L

£2.92 @ Toolstation
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Free c+c. 6 litre oil drain pan with pouring lip to reduce spillages.

6 litres won't be big enough if you have a diesel with dpf that uses diesel to clean it. Took about six and a half litres out of my car a couple of times. The car designers who designed that type of engine should go back to engineering school as two and a half litres of diesel mixed with your engine oil can't be good for any engine.


LOL, brilliant. There speaks a man whose driveway/road sometimes has shiny black streaks. A man who knows it's always best to do the job on a perfectly still day.


Washing up bowl inside a bin bag.... saves clean up, and she'll never know ;)


Quality street or roses tin surely?


You will never beat mother natures wind.

Einhell PXC TE CD18Li-I BL Power X-Change 18V Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 2.0Ah - £99.98 @ Toolstation
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Recently posted at £129 but has since further dropped in price. Picked one up and am very impressed, 2 x battery and carry case. • 2 x 2.0Ah Li-Ion Einhell Power X-Change battery… Read more
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belt hook


What is the metal clip used for, I see them them on drills?


I recall it was recently shown on here that Lidl's tools are NOT compatible with Einhell/Ozito.


I gave it a good use yesterday and I'm very happy for the price! Obviously not to the levels of the higher quality brands but certainly a good choice for work at home.


And Lidl's 20v tools

Yale Smart lock £169.98 at toolstation
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
A yale smart lock. Ideal for any smart home. Use fobs, cards or even your phone.
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Finally someone knows what they're talking about (y) It angers me people think keys are safer when they're the most common so most burglar's are going to be prepared for a lock and carry a bump key or a hamer, its probably rare to find a hacker who can hack digitally or locksmiths experts If so they should find a new career


Not an issue, the snap a lock info was interesting. I hadn't realised quite how vulnerable my door locks were and while I have 4 cameras and an alarm at home they won't stop someone breaking in. :)


Sorry if you thought that, i was siding with you. Backing your point up.


I'm well aware how insecure traditional locks are, how did you infer I prefer keys?


Good point A thief will always come in no matter what You can’t stop them but you can damn help them get delayed or deter them for a bit

Einhell Power X-Change 18V Cordless Mitre Saw W/ 2 Year Guarantee £118.98 Delivered @ Toolstation (Body Only See *Bonus* In Details)
Found 3rd OctFound 3rd Oct
*Bonus* - MachineMart are selling the quick charger & 3.0Ah battery for just £29.99. With free click & collect So you can own this cordless mitre saw with quick charge… Read more
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What sort of wattage motor do these have? I've seen cordless mitre saws that need 2 batteries to give sufficient cutting power and still much weaker than mains mitre saws. I think I've seen 54V mitre saws or similar too. So a mains a/c powered mitre saw might be 1800W but realistically what is the motor here with just one 18V battery 150-300W? Is the lack of sliding action actually forced by the fact it is cordless and just can't cut as quickly safely? Also if its a smaller weaker motor it maybe worked harder with a shorter lifespan. I doubt you can simply replace the carbon brushes of the motor and have it working as good as new 2-3 years down the line. Seems like a potentially throw away item before you even get into the argument whether you need a cordless mitre saw. Lastly Einhell are the importer of many Lidl and Aldi power tools for those supermarkets and they tend to be cheaper when available under the brands of those German supermarkets and you get an extra 1 year guarantee. Wouldn't surprise me if you get a similar product from one of those supermarkets in the near future for £90 going by past price differences between Einhell and Parkside products etc. Despite the German sounding name these are generic Chinese power tools, designed and manufactured by Chinese companies and merely imported by Einhell. Basic tools but the same quality as shop brand tools etc. Such tools are often best examined before purchase. Some have obvious manufacturing weaknesses or important missing features others are great for the money and a real bargain at the price but it can be a lottery unless you look at what you are getting beforehand which again is one of the benefits of Lidl and Aldi although I guess you can always return it to toolstation if you don't mind the hassle of it.


Circular saw being cordless has advantages because no cable to get in the way. This less so unless you really do need to use it in the middle of nowhere. By the time you have the bulk and weight of the mitre saw and a stand its never going to be a portable device so being cordless gains you little.


Can't really see too much of the point to a battery powered mitre saw. Cordless drills, yes. It's not like you need to carry about or use up ladders. Surely a plug in Joby with an extension lead would be better? Of course it would need to be 110v for site work. Maybe it is just me but I can't see it... Maybe I am to attached to my 12" DeWalt monster. I have had cheapo Ryobi cordless stuff and it was all junk. The only cordless I have now is a Bosch professional drill and that is great. Used to use cordless drills in caves to drill holes in limestone for cord explosives - that was fun. Battery drills have revolutionised cave exploration because there aren't many power sockets underground. Also, looks a bit weedy in the photo. A good mitre saw needs to be rigid with little flex and slack. C


Difficult to say for certain if they are both 100% identical in terms of spec, a quick look and both have different idle speeds so not exactly the same’ wether that matters too much to anybody would be down to preference.


This is not a sliding mitre saw, so there are width limitations. Otherwise, I would say this saw would be very handy for a kitchen fitter, with all the tricky angle cuts they come across. The big perk is that it's cordless imo. So if that's not a requirement then you may wish to get a cheaper 230V mitre saw like this sliding version (y)

Einhell Power X-Change 18V Li-Ion Cordless Jigsaw W/ 1 x 3.0Ah Battery + 1hr Charger & 2 Year Guarantee £91.96 Delivered @ Toolstation
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
Link To Einhell 1 Hr Charger & 18V 3.0Ah Battery Reduced to £39.98 Add Einhell 18V 2.0Ah For Extra £29.98 (Reduced) Total £121.94 ** Einhell Tool Bag £12.95 @ ebay **
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Nice find! That would bring it down to £81.95 Tempted myself now... Don't think the jigsaw can be had for cheaper than Toolstation (y)


Better value battery charger and battery here

Einhell Power X-Change 60Nm 18V Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill W/ 3 x 2.0Ah Batteries, Charger + Case & 2 Year Guarantee £129.96 Delivered @ Toolstation
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
This deal takes advantage of the drill kit and separate 18V 2.0Ah battery both being reduced. Link To Einhell 18V 2.0Ah Battery Reduced To £29.98 60 Nm Torque 28,800 BPM Hamme… Read more
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you could build a makita lxt drill, battery and charger bundle on amazon for this money, maybe a touch more. a much better choice in all honesty.


I agree, it is for diy only. I used to have an 18v DeWalt and Ozito is nowhere near it. But I only do diy sometimes, so it's ok for me. I was gonna get Parkside drill but I needed grass trimmer at the same time, so went for Ozito, one charger and battery to fit quite a few tools.


mixed feeling about this product, on one hand brushless motor, 60nm and 3 x battery on the other - Einhell, which used be a cheap tat for diy use only. I would probably wait and buy aldi workzone or lidl's parkside, very likely the same products with longer warranty and at lower price.


Einhell bought Ozito brand and now Einhell is changing name to... Ozito. All Power X Change tools are compatible with each other, doesn't matter if it's Einhell or Ozito. Good stuff for diy, they do all garden tools as well. I like to have one charger and one battery that I can just swap around.


You'd have to be doing a ton of drilling (and no chance to recharge) to need 3 x 2Ah batteries. Might be a good starter for a kit, though, if there are other tools in the range that can be picked up cheaply as tool-only.

Metabo PowerMaxx 34Nm Combi Drill W/ 105Nm Impact driver + 4 X 2.0Ah Batteries, 2 Chargers & 3 Years Guarantee £184.44 Delivered W/ Code SEPT18 @ Toolstation
Found 29th SepFound 29th Sep
Guarantee Extended To 3 Years For Free - Must register within 4 weeks - Link To Metabo 10.8V Charger Kit W/ 2 x 2.0Ah Batteries Drill delivers max 34 Nm of torque W/ 21'000 bp… Read more

my Jigsaw is Metabo it is around 22 years old and it's still going strong.....had often trade use as not my primary cutting tool. Metabo use to be awesome.....but I'm not sure how they fair now against the likes of Makita, Dewalt , Milwaukee etc .....


Nice find (y) The 2 batteries & charger cost £60 so your option would cost a fiver more and you would lose Toolstation's over the counter service


Metabo have been around for years. They used to make good heavy duty drills but have no idea about their current build quality.


I can't see offer here:


Looks like parkside from Lidl:/

Nest Thermostat & Protect Smoke Alarm Bundle £213.93 with code @ Toolstation
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Toolstation are doing a Nest Thermostat and Protect bundle for £248.93 Normally retailing around £300. But if youre quick, you can save a FURTHER £35! by using the voucher code SEP… Read more

Thanks for the tip OP. Ordered mine - being delivered Monday.


Collected this morning and installed this afternoon (y) 🏼


Glad to see others benefiting, mine just got delivered 😁


Thanks. Smoke alarm not in stock now but have taken the order


Worked for me too but the guy on the phone wasn’t convinced and had to check with colleagues. Thanks OP!


Took the payment and still haven't received mine. Anybody had any luck?


I've ordered, thanks


I was after a brushless kit but with combi drill, was looking at the Einhell set at £185, anyone had any experience with Einhell? Seems to be really good spec, is there anything better out there for a similar price?


Yes, this is proper hammer drill, very powerful and robust. But still better/cheaer to use codrded sds drill.


Hi guys, my old old ryobis packed up, I've borrowed a old dewalt dw956 12v xr2 2.0ah.....havent got a clue about drills, but this drill is amazing to use... My question is, I'm gonna need to buy my own drills, is the deal better/ miles better the the current dewalt I'm using.... Many thanks


Why has this gone so cold? I'm actually interested in something like this. Can anyone recommend a better alternative please?


Connect your Karcher to a pot of paint, same effect and you'll be laughing - power painting.......


Like spraying your car, could be little to a lot of covering up, does give a better finish I would assume.


Here's a decent test of it


How good is this doesn’t paint get everywhere i.e floor etc