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All Toolstation Deals, Discounts & Sales for June 2018

Karcher k2 pressure washer and patio cleaner toolstation £79.97
LocalLocalFound 12th JunFound 12th Jun
Lightweight, easily portable, light duty unit for domestic use. • 110 bar max pressure • 1400W motor (air-cooled) • 360 litres per hour max flow • Manufacturer’s 2 year warranty (T… Read more

I have the home & car version, which is this and an extra tool and foam for the car. If I was buying again I'd get this and the foam cannon I got off Amazon and save myself £30. It's done a great job on my gutters, windows, patio and car. Impressed with it.


Very good, the dirt blaster lance is fab, gets in all the nooks and crannies! worldcup


Anyone comment on its performance?

Milwaukee M18BPD-302C 18V Li-Ion Cordless Compact Combi Drill 2 x 3.0Ah £149.98 at  Toolstation
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
DETAILED DESCRIPTION Small but powerful combi, only 198mm in length - ideal for tight spaces. • 2 x 3.0Ah red Li-Ion battery • 13mm keyless metal chuck • High performance 4-pole mo… Read more

I'd agree. I use a Fuel 12v brushless with a 4 Ah battery for work. Hammer drill, normal screw driving etc and charge lasts for ages. Bloody good hammer drill for a 12v, paired with a decent Bosch masonry bit it chews through bricks.


But the Aldi one is! ;)


Not brushless. I would strongly suggest commercial users go for brushless.


Just as I was wondering where Aldi got the inspiration for their uggliest drill yet!:


Impact driver ;)

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Sandtex Ultra Smooth Masonry Paint [5L] £18.38, [10L]  £31 @ Toolstation
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
VARIOUS Colours, With Microseal technology - extremely durable, breathable, waterproof and dirt resistant. Approx coverage 12-16m² per litre.

That's a great price for that product - just ordered some for delivery - thanks (as I was off to Toolstation/Screwfix otherwise).


cheers OP!


I went for this to paint my house as recommended by the decorator. Seems good at £21 for 7.5l and looks really good on the house so far (only about 10% done at the moment though). Also you don't need to be trade for Travis Perkins now so easy to click an collect. They also have it in white.


ordered thanks


Brilliant quality paint

DeWalt 18V XR Cordless Brushless Drill Driver & Impact Driver Twin Pack £189.98 @ Toolstation
Found 3rd JunFound 3rd Jun
Dewalt 18V Brushless Drill and Impact driver with 2 x 2.0Ah batteries and a T-Stak box. I've got both of these which were bought separately and it came to way over this. Amazing … Read more

Anyone got any good deals on the XR batteries? I've got the driver and a similar drill plus a few others bits of the dewalt xr kit (all excellent by the way) but I could do with a few more batteries, I don't mind whether they are 4/5Ah or the smaller 1.5/2Ah (I'll just get mor can always charge one while using one)


IMO, I would suggest getting at least a hammer drill i.e. the "combi-drill" mentioned by others here. That is a great deal. Although the 1.5Ah battery is a limitation, if it's just small jobs like putting up a shelf then it should do the job. Main point is at £97 you will never see anything as well made as that metal-gear unit when you walk into B&Q The OP offer for a basic driver and impact driver is a well made product, but as I understand it there is only an appeal in these sets for those who want a mountain of tools, perhaps a real builder/carpenter, for me doing DIY these sets are silly. The impact driver and a combi-drill can do most things, whereas with this set you still need to buy a hammer drill for any masonry work


£167.99 with free delivery.


What is the lowest price posted on here


Not at the OP price, but at the lowest price posted on here definitely.

Einhell TC SM2131 210mm Double Bevel Sliding Crosscut Mitre Saw 230V £99.98 @ Toolstation
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Been looking for a Mitre saw for a couple of weeks. Not sure how this compares with the recent Metabo deal or the Evolution, but discounted from £135. Anyone got any history with t… Read more

Don't be fooled, people ... it's a Transformer!! It's Sawbatron!!


If you’re doing tall skirting or crown moulding you cant stand the wood up right to get the second angle. Cutting both angles with the wood laying down is the only way. Double bezel or compound mitre saw is the only safe way to it do.


Ditto. Utter rubbish. Purchased mine about 2 years ago. Same issue.


Cheers OP ordered, wanted a double bevel as it allows me to batch. I know it will probably need setting for each run but thats the satisfying bit.


This is exactly the same as the Titan by screwfix. With the addition of some weird black feet

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Use and throw away paint brush 1/2 inch - 28p @ Toolstation
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Searching for brushes to paint the shed and fence and came across these at toolstation 1 inch 31p 1 1/2 inch 37p 2 inch 46p 3 inch 75 p 4 inch, £1.24
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You don’t have to throw them away, you can use them to brush away the dust created by sanding between coats.


I think you'll find we've covered that already


What about the pollution caused by using solvents to clean these poxy brushes which also hampers and ruins the future of our environment?


Absolutely, in fact I hate having to bin brushes, once they have seen better days, they come in handy as dusting brushes when dusting between floors and skirtings etc.


which is much better than a throwaway brush I'm sure you'll agree.

Eaves Comb Filler 50p C&C @ Toolstation
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Bit of a niche deal this one but thought this was an excellent price for 1m of comb filler!

Not a slinky.


This stuff is quite versatile, I personally use it to relieve summerbum!


Im wondering if I could mount this around the edge of a trampoline netting (at the top) to prevent flying vermin from sitting on it and releasing their bowels onto the jumping surface of the trampoline that they seem to do every 2 days....hmm...


Who's Eave? And why does her comb need filling?

Draper 18V cordless drill £34.98 @ Toolstation
Found 20th MayFound 20th May
Draper 18V cordless drill driver normally £60. Superb Value for money.
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Not a great deal. £60 when they have two batteries. Same price as in the shops


Thank you


If I was you I would buy a cheap mains powered hammer drill something like you can buy them for less money than this cordless and they will be much more powerful = quicker


Is this drill ok to use on masonry walls? For putting up blinds and curtains? My bathroom window also has tiles on one half, with the correct attachment would this drill some holes to put a blind up? I only want to buy a drill for DIY use but I have a lot of curtain tracks and blinds to put up and possibly other tasks like fixing shoe storage units to the wall (internal wall shared with the next door neighbour).


I got this at full price £6X can't recall price exactly, needed one at short notice. Maybe I had low expectations but this is a bargain price, used for loads of things around the house, it's lightweight, charge time and use isn't bad. Tempted as it's cheap enough to buy another as a backup at this price!

Einhell 139cc 46cm Petrol 4 stroke Mower - £139 at Toolstation
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Very sturdy and powerful mower. Large cutting blade..
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did it come with oil or did you have to buy it yourself?


Yes top machine so pleased with it. Cracking quality for the price.


it a good machine buddy?


Just received mine and finished building it up, can anyone advise just how much oil it takes from new as obviously don't want to over fill it. Did fill it with just a little oil and then checked level and it's seems to be okay but as I say never used much off the bottle. Any advice ?



Einhell 99cc 40cm Self Propelled Petrol Lawnmower GC PM40SP at good price at Toolstation for £144.85
Refreshed 15th MayRefreshed 15th May
This is the lowest price I could see online & in stores. Seems good to me.
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Thanks. That’s really useful. (y)


Depends really on what engine you have. You can either remove the fuel hose and drain the tank that way, then run it to burn off anything in the carb. Or use a baster (or a pipette) to suck the fuel out of the tank and put it in a container. Some carburettors have a little spring loaded valve underneath the bowl that you press in to drain any fuel in the bowl. Not all carbs have a bowl like this so it very much depends. Same goes with the oil. Some have a drain plug at the bottom that you can undo with a little adjustable. Some of these drain plugs are next to the blade so make sure you disconnect the spark plug before you tip it up. Also make sure you don't tip it up so that the oil runs into the carburettor as this will cause it to clog up and it will bellow out blue smoke for a while. Others you drain through the dipstick tube (either tipping it on its side or a suction tube like the baster). Then refill with correct amount of oil so that it shows up correctly on the dipstick. Avoid this so called "lawn Mower" oil. It's just the same as any other oil but marketed only for lawn mowers so they can sell it for more. It's not like you've got a high powered engine that required a certain spec of oil. Generally SAE 30 will do or 10w30 if it's a higher spec engine (Honda's etc.)


Can you please advise the best way to empty the petrol and change the oil? TIA


You can not maintain it just run it to the ground would last a while anyway


Ah thanks, that's the difference then. Think of all that extra power going to the blades instead! :D

Milwaukee drill set with free hand tool kit worth £83.78 - £299.98 @ Toolstation
Found 6th MayFound 6th May
Milwaukee M18BLPP2D-423C 18V Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack Plus Free LED Torch 2 x 4.0Ah (18V) & 1 x 2.0Ah (12V) + Free hand tool kit
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What's "LOL" about it? Tell you what, go try and purchase those same individual items, and see how much change you have out of the £83! The same quality wrench alone from SnapOn would nearly gobble the entire £83! Hint: those are not the the same as the £9.99 sets you get from Argos that are made of butter. Milwaukee hand tools are now moving very far up the quality scale. Hate these know-it -all types that know nothing on this site. Buy your 7p tin of beans and £6k Dacia Sandero's with no radio and give the rest of us some respite from the sniping. £83 is good value for these hand tools. The deal is good overall, but be aware the 3rd gen Milwaukee drills/impacts (amongst others tools) have just been announced and they look like world beaters, along with the option of 12ah high output batteries on the M18 platform means GREATER performance than most current CORDED tools! The power tools arms race has been ratcheted up another notch again by Milwaukee in response to Dewalt Flexvolt.


I paid that for the 2 drills minus torch a few years back. Still going strong with no battery degradation. My dad swore by Milwaukee having tried other brands for daily use that simply didn’t last.


Massive overkill for most weekend DIYers but fantastic tools, well built, very tough, great power/weight and ultra reliable. Mine are used day in and day out and are getting on for three years old without any issues.. I'd rate Milwaukee and Festool as the cream of the crop. I don't like DeWalt but plenty onsite do. Seen quite a few shopfitters with Stanley Fatmax gear, haven't used myself so can't comment.


i bought the set and it arrived today, i am only a DIYer to be honest but i’ll thoroughly enjoy using it !!


Dewalt all day every day. They now do made in UK through screwfix, stuffs made up in Sheffield. Got loads Dewalt and its brilliant 5.0ah batteries last ages and just seen they making a 12.0ah back of the year, that’s nuts wont need to charge for a week lol

WIFI Extender Wall Socket with USB £24.98 @ Toolstation
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Been looking at getting one or 2 of these as my WIFI signal upstairs is poor. Seems like a decent price and has a USB port to charge your phone/tablet. The likes of Amazon sell the… Read more

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People moaning about 2.4ghz being overcrowded yes that's true to an extent but not a problem for everyone us rural types who are quite happily using nice uncongested 2.4Ghz, Hell even urban types with big gardens & detached houses are probably OK too. I'm mostly using 5Ghz AC these days just because my router & some devices support it but the 2.4Ghz devices aren't a problem at all.


But you still have not answered this one. These will become obsolete in 2-3 years" "Do you have any actual research to back this claim up" There are lots of items that become obsolete so giving an example like you did is pointless and wrong. You might as well say dont buy an ipad, TV, computer, car etc it will be pointless in a couple years and give the same example."the same way that those 1A USB wall plugs" and again you would be wrong as people are still using them.


@gavin1 Let's agree to disagree on this one because we're already spamming this post with an off-topic subject. If you want to check how much current a 1A rated actually delivers you can buy one of these and see for yourself. I own a few and that's what prompted my obsolescence comparison.


There are two aspects which seem to completely eluded you: 1. I said chargers, not "mains socket usb" which kind of makes your search irrelevant. 2. Unlike Gavin's percentage, my obsolescence example was just that, an example. The half-speed and the overcrowded 2,4Ghz band which I mentioned in relation to the product in this deal are facts. What were you saying about "looking like a tool"? PS: This might help you in your future comments.

Worx Hydroshot £94.98 at Toolstation
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Battery powered pressure washer, under £100, no delivery stock but there is stock around the branches. Unfortunately they don't seem to do the bottle adapter so you can run it from… Read more
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I have one of these use it to wash my caravan when in secure storage which has no power or water supply it takes me about 30 LTRs of water and 3 battery's to rinse foam and rinse again and for extra battery's you can pick up the Erbauer rechargeable battery's from Scewfix which work out a lot cheaper then the worx ones and work just as good.


Good price if you dont need extras,i got from Argos with some extras for 120 ,Love the idea as it is portable,i keep in my car boot and i live in an apartment,i can wash my car more frequenctly and found battery to be just enought for 1 full car wash that is rinse,foam and rinse .Note it is by no means to replace a mains pressure washer but it is a product category with power in between Garden hose and mains pressure washer. I wish i could find the 2litre bottle Adapter accessory which will make it even more perfect for a quick rinse.


I purchased one of these from Toolstation (cheapest online) and am very pleased with the product. Portability is the main feature and the pressure is pretty good too, not too powerful to strip the coating off the motorhome and to damage the seals on the motorbike. The battery life is pleasing, just plug and charge straight after.


So it's a 5 hour recharge for a 16 minute squirt.


Use a back mounted pump action pressure sprayer, it will have more pressure than this and last longer than the 16 minutes this does. :)

12mm x 5m Yellow tape endorsed by Cricket Australia - 50p @ Toolstation (C&C)
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
Turn your bowling line up into world beaters with this Cricket Australia approved yellow tape. More details below.
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Love it !!


I've put tape on my balls before........never again if it's considered cheating!! (lol)


It wasnt sandpaper as such . They used sticky tape alojg with soil to rub the ball and roughen it up


Team Sky's logo for the 2019 season looks a bit suspect to me ;) . . ;)


Great title

Torx Screw 1000 Pack in Organiser £14.28 Delivered @ Toolstation
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
I don't know if this constitutes as a "deal" as it's now in the catalogue at this price so might be ongoing, but either way a great price (Screwfix equivalent £19.99 for 850 quanti… Read more
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I think Screwfix sell the box for about £7. There's a larger box too at a tenner, and the compartments are interchangeable. That said, I've found the compartments on these particular ones are slightly taller than in the Screwfix ones, so they need taking down a bit for a good fit in the other boxes. But I've got four this size and four large ones and just swap them about as required.


I've been buying turbogolds when they are cheap, so have good stocks of the more obscure sizes. I don't need to use them often, I'm a data monkey not a chippy, but lately I'm doing a lot of hardware jobs in my 'spare' time and these are really getting my attention. At present I only have 60/80/100mm but I find I always reach for these over the TGs when I need that length, I'm going to get a few of these just for the variety. Didn't realise on my phone that these are removable compartments too, the box must be worth a fiver easy.


They're brilliant. I don't know why I didn't change to these years ago. I thought I'd try a pack and realised I was going for them all the time, rather than pozi's, so that was it. Luckily my pozi stocks were running down anyway so it wasn't a great sacrifice.


You know what, I never realised how much difference the different head makes. It really does though, a lot less slipping even at obscure angles


Yes these are very good, they also don't fall off your screw driver as well.

Goodyear Wellington Boots Size 6 Black £7.34 @ Toolstation
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Goodyear Wellington Boots Size 6 Black
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Good price.... Worth cutting my toes off to get them to fit!!! ;)


They're certain to last several times longer than modern Hunters at £50+ a pop - sad but true!


Thanks OP ordered 2 (highfive)


Your dad obviously had a leaky one


What do you do with 365 used condoms? Melt them down, make a welly from it and call it a Goodyear! (y)

Stanley Durham Holster Pocket Shorts 30" Black £13.34 @ Toolstation
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
65% polyester 35% cotton canvas 260gsm • 2 Tuck-away holster pockets • 2 Thigh pockets with mobile phone compartment • 2 Back pockets with hammer loop • YKK Zip
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A delightful fashion accessory when changing a light bulb :{


That's probably why its the only size not to have sold out!! ;)


Lots of sizes! You don't see a lot of 30" waist builders.


I'm not sure I have much use for these, but a part of me needs these (for when I'm putting a picture frame up on the wall or something) (pirate)


that's a cracking look for summer..

Replacement handles for kitchen units pack of 5 - £2.93 @ Toolstation (free C&C)
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Spruce up your old kitchen cabinets with these T-bar Pull Handle 64mm Stainless steel. Supplied with fixing screws. I have bought these loads of times and thought I would share o… Read more

Don't stalk me and comment on my deals just for fun it is not nice.


We're sorry but T-bar Pull Handle is no longer available. didn't like them anyway, look cheap and tacky


Thanks I reordered again hopefully fingers crossed 🤞🏽 order goes through. X


Still available on the new item number, try reordering, worth a try if you need them and can wit a few days. I will monitor the order I have just made


No I was told that these have been discontinued and there are non in stock in any store,my order has been cancelled and a refund was issued! Gutted (fierce)

WORX cordless 20v hedge trimmer just £64.99 at Toolstation! Has been £120 elsewhere (possible net ~£25 'bare'? See text.).  3 Year warranty by registering (otherwise 2 years).
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Grateful thanks to Ultimate 111 for the tip off on this terrific deal. I posted earlier at Argos with £40 off but this is another £15 lower still! I have a number of WORX and … Read more

Homebase have had a Worx store lottery for nearly 2 years now, some store on sale some stores on clearance, prices going back up then down on a store by store basis, still had some Worx stuff in ours a couple of weekends ago.


Had the chance to use mine now. Obviously lacks the power of a mains one but it does the job which is all that matters. Still 18 left in stock at toolstation!


Just collected mine from Toolstation (and returned one to Argos). Amazing price, little more than half what it's been on sale for in most places and also little more than the price of a battery and charger kit alone (albeit that's with a faster charger, though slow charging extends the life of batteries so not a bad thing). Just need some gardening weather now!


Ordered, thanks!


Thanks OP, bought it, been waiting for a while for this sort of price. Hopefully with the 4ah batteries i got with my drill i'll be able to do the whole hedge.