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All Toolstation Deals, Discounts & Sales for December 2018

Nest Learning Thermostat + free Google home mini
Found 18 h, 33 m agoFound 18 h, 33 m ago
Same item in Currys £248 so decent saving… Read more

Does the silver one have a real stainless steel surround or just silver plastic like the others? After cancelling my order directly from Nest (with install for £229)due to the 6 week delivery date, .I've been waiting for the "Stainless Steel" version to come back in stock on the Screwfix website, which currently comes with free Nest stand worth £34.99 Ordered! :D

Circular Saw TCT Blade Set of 3 £10.78 from Toolstation
Found 22 h, 25 m agoFound 22 h, 25 m ago
Fits my Makita LXT (20mm) and I'm getting 3 blades for the price of 1! 16T rip 24T gen purpose 30T fine Also came with 12.75mm & 16mm reduction bushes to fit smaller bores No… Read more

Only 150mm diameter. Can't recall ever seeing a circular saw that small.


Will you be stuffing her as well? ;)


Could come in handy as I'm cooking the mother in law this Christmas .... :p


Could come in handy this year since the mother-in-law is cooking the Turkey!!! :p

Vivanco Tilt TV Wall Mount Bracket Medium Up To 55" £19.98 @ Toolstation
16/12/2018Expires on 16/12/2018Found 9th DecFound 9th Dec
Toolstation deal of the week - Vivanco Tilt TV Wall Mount Bracket Medium Up To 55" Usually £29.98 - £10.00 off !! Capacity: 35kg VESA max. 400 x 400° tilt: 12º Includes fastening… Read more
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You can get them cheaper on eBay. Plus these ones make your TV stick massively.

Ketter work bench at Toolstation for £54.99
Found 8th DecFound 8th Dec
Just got this for a present for my dad ended up getting one myself, really well made wish I'd bought one years ago ticks all the boxes

I've had mine for nearly 3 years now and the only thing to break is a plastic clip which doesn't spring back anymore, I would say that happened towards the end of the first year but it doesn't effect the funcuality I'm a carpenter so mine gets a lot of heavy use compared to diy usage


I purchased one of these last Spring and have found it really useful and sturdy. The opening and closing procedure takes some getting use to but I feel it was worth the money.


I have one of these, couple of plastics cracked after about a year, its still functional but cant help but think there maybe better alternaives/designs.


Keter is a controversial Israeli company which makes plastic products. It’s subject to various boycotts as it operates on land forcibly removed from Palestinians.


It's the makers

Scruffs Winter Accessories Pack £7.98 @ Toolstation
Found 3rd DecFound 3rd Dec
Scruffs Winter Accessories Pack £7.98 @ Toolstation free C&C Currently £9.99 in Screwfix Key Features Warm, lightweight fleece Hat, scarf & gloves One size fits all… Read more

Especially the same branch, click and collect.


Just need this to complete the perfect purchase


This looks useful, thanks


How ironic it would be if someone wears this clobber to rob a Toolstation (excited)


Cheap rubbish I’m afraid

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Toolstation - Milwaukee M18BPD-302C 18V Li-Ion Cordless Compact Combi Drill 2 x 3.0Ah £139.98
Found 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
Toolstation stores and online DETAILED DESCRIPTION Small but powerful combi, only 198mm in length - ideal for tight spaces. • 2 x 3.0Ah red Li-Ion batteries • 13mm keyless metal c… Read more
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Then the website is wrong. I've been at a senior level in motors for 30 years and both brushed and brushless motors will react to the load demanded of them.


Brushless means there are no carbon brushes required to contact the stator winding. This results in a better power delivery and negates the need to replace the brushes periodically. This also generates less heat and the motor may be controlled more effectively with electronics. Toolstation offer these previous models which are perfectly adequate for most tasks but if you are a regular user then brushless is the way to go.


It was copied and pasted from a website (y)


Not correct. Motors are inherently stupid machines that will attempt to deliver whatever power is requested of them. That's fine until that power is beyond their thermal capability or the torque demand is beyond what they are capable of delivering, either of which will result in excessive temperature and a burnout situation.


"Brushless motors mean: better efficiency, a motor that lasts 10 X longer, 25% more power, and 50% longer run time!" According to the Milwaukee website. I have the Fuel impact driver and drill set with 4Ah batteries and it's a very nice set. Batteries last ages.

DeWalt DCD796D2-GB 18V XR Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 2.0Ah for £149.98 @ Toolstation
Found 28th NovFound 28th Nov
DETAILED DESCRIPTION The most powerful 2-speed combi drill from DeWalt. • 2 x 2.0Ah Li-Ion batteries • 13mm keyless metal chuck • No load speed: 0-550/2000rpm • Maximum torque: 70… Read more

This is a great drill and the batteries last ages. They charge in around 40mins. The drill has loads more power than my last 18v dewalt with 2ah ni-cad batteries.


Ah is not related to power. An 18v 2.0ah battery has exactly the same power as an 18v 5.0ah battery. It's the run time that would be less. 2.0ah is plenty for most jobs, especially with 2 batteries and a reasonably fast charge time.


comparing the two, bnq charges in 30 mins and the toolstation one charges in 60 mins , even though they have the same battery size - can this be true?


Says brushless on the side of the drill. Just zoom in on the B&Q pic.


i am considering this one as i have 8% off B&Q to use - however its not clear if its brushless or not amazon's description of the same model says brushless - i take it the deal is better but the model number is one down from the listed toolstation deal... decisions :/ :/

Nest thermostat and google home mini £199.99 at  Toolstation
Found 13th NovFound 13th Nov
Toolstation currently has the nest thermostat and google home mini bundle for £200. Cheapest price I can see for nest was £169 on Black Friday last year, so possibly worth buying n… Read more

I wish they had included the echo dot instead of the google home


Ive gone a bit off nest.Thermostat only 6 months old. Was ok until it stopped working last week- wont pick up any wifi networks. Still worked without wifi for a couple of days but now just keeps rebooting and asking for time and date too be set each time. Customer service was average and was only offered a refurbished replacement which I am still waiting to arrive from Poland.


That's what I meant, thus not the big saving it first seems.


Nope £166 plus Vat at PTS, grabbed one last week.


I do need a 3rd one so will wait till BF and see what prices are like at other retailers

Leyland Trade Contract Matt Emulsion Paint 10L Brilliant White or Magnolia £13.88 @Toolstation
Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
I have used brilliant white and it's excellent value for money with high opacity and even spread. Recently used again from 2 year old unsealed bucket to touch up few marks, walls g… Read more

pay the extra for dulux £21 for 10 litre tub you use double amount with leyland too watery


i bought the contract matt. It has been used on new plaster and all the downstairs existing ceilings. It's fine. The decorator just noted that he needed 2 coats as opposed to Dulux... Cheers OP


Cheers pal, great video. Didn't know this and I was just about to buy the contract matt as its cheap!


Contract matt is only for new plaster:


Not the same, the 'Contract' paint is better in terms of opacity and finish

Toolstation : Pack of 5 LED GU10 Lamp 5W Cool White 420lm £6.98
Found 8th NovFound 8th Nov
Seems to be a good price for GU 10 Bulbs DETAILED DESCRIPTION• Average life 25000 hours • 38° beam angle • Equivalent to 55W • Warm white 3000K, cool white 6500K • Non dimmable •… Read more

i prefer narrow. i have some 30d's in my downstairs and upstairs hallway, would go down to a 15d tho but they are a nightmare to find!


Very narrow beam angle would put me off these

Dewalt DCF887 18V XR Li-ion Cordless Brushless Impact Driver 2 x 2Ah Batteries, Charger & TSTAK Box £154.98 with code @ Toolstation
Found 30th OctFound 30th Oct
As above. Post updated - Use code NOVEMBER18 for further £5 off Appears to be a good price for this, impressive specs 205Nm (strong) (strong) (strong) In store or delivered f… Read more
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Watched a YouTube video that showed that higher capacity batteries (i.e 4Ah vs 1.5Ah) lead to the impact driver being able to exert more torque. Obviously depends on the jobs you're doing as to whether the extra torque helps. Watch from 10 mins into video:


Your 1st image is a few pence out and the 2nd one the VAT element is correct


Right own up which mod can’t do maths?


I bought the bare unit from ebay with the 15% code for £67.67p


Ah fair enough I did do a search but it didn’t come up. Anyway 2 batteries over one, heavier driver to use with 1 bigger battery unlike 1 smaller one, less fatigue on the arm. Always got the power with flexibility- 2 batteries over 1. Non prime price possibly more money? Problem? Just pop back to tool station who’ll sort it there and then - not sure if you’ll get that with amazon? That’s all I’ve got (excited)

Karcher WV Anniversary Edition £49.99 @ Toolstation
Found 26th OctFound 26th Oct
Offers 40% longer run time than the WV 2, with 35 minutes cleaning time. • Streak-free cleaning • Rechargeable battery • Exchangeable suction head Complete with 170mm narrow sucti… Read more

Shame... our anniversary was last week


Same price direct from the manufacturer


Same price at Amazon and Argos. I bought one last week.


That was £100?

Electricians Tool Pouch & Belt + 5 Piece Insulated Screwdriver Set & Roughneck Mains Tester £10.89 Delivered @ Toolstation
Found 22nd OctFound 22nd Oct
Electrician's Tool Pouch With Belt - 5 Piece Insulated Screwdriver Set - Roughneck Mains Tester
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I’ve used one of these mains screwdriver testers for 30+ years. I’m still alive and well with never a mishap :S


Just because it's cheap doesn't mean it's a bargain. Personally would strongly endorse going for any of the Wiha sets referenced in the comments, but to be fair, anybody likely to actually be using these things for what they are intended for probably knows to go that way anyway.


TS have a habit of not naming their Silverline stuff because most people know it's crap. The guy in TS tells me in advance now whether it's Silverline as he knows I'll reject it.


Yep. Chuck the tester away.


The screwdrivers mentioned are Silverline. You don't need to be that well-informed to know that they are unlikely to be good quality.

Reusable expanding foam - £6.28 @ Toolstation
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
All purpose, fast curing foam filler with patented Genius Gun trigger mechanism for one handed application. Adheres to all common building materials. Can be cut, sanded, plastered … Read more

Sure this is the regular price but is one of the better expanding foams that I’ve used. The nozzle and trigger system is great, and a massive bonus that you can cap it off, slot the tube in and store it away for future use. Stuff is very difficult to remove and would strongly advise everyone to wear some gloves. Disposable ones will do. Well recommended if you have any deep gaps to fill, plus it’s a handy way of blocking up any holes that might be causing rodent issues


Yep, difficult to get off, nothing really shifts it except time. The foam does come with some plastic gloves though, I recommend that they are worn


"Reusable expanding foam".......... How is this reusable does it go back into the can ? ;) (ninja)


Why's that, is it a nightmare to remove?


Just used a load of this, good stuff and mess free. Just don't overdo it and damp any areas down first - finally don't get it on your hands!

40% off Barlo Delta Compact Type 22 Double Panel’ Double Convector Radiator 600x1200mm was £79.98 now £47.98 @ Toolstation C&C
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
As above. Appears to be a good price compared to elsewhere, good brand. Lots of other sizes also reduced. Factory fitted top grilles and side panels. White paint finish. Supplie… Read more
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I was comparing toolstation and screwfix rads. Screwfix have Kudox premium radiators with free trv valves which worked out a little cheaper for my whole house


You probably are (excited) (cheeky)


Good deal great brand, use less water so heat up quicker than average (according to marketing claims) and so use less gas. Our experience is that we replaced whole house with Barlo branded radiators, and haven't looked back.


Not many are available for delivery anymore


What's the difference between Toolstation Barlow delta range and Screwfix Barlow compact range ?

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)