Top Tech Roadside Test & Repair Tool Kit £14.99 eurocarparts free Same day delivery or C&C
198°Expired

Top Tech Roadside Test & Repair Tool Kit £14.99 eurocarparts free Same day delivery or C&C

21
Found 9th Dec 2017
Needed some jump leads found this plus the extras like tyre pressure tool and torch not forgetting the rest of the tools. Good for the winter

Free sameday delivery on orders over £10

Worth getting the screen wash for £2.27 and California car scent for £2.27 aswel

Top Tech Roadside Test & Repair Tool Kit

Our Top Tech Roadside Repair Kit is a must have breakdown essential for all cars. With a selection of popular tools, including jump leads for emergencies, this is stored in a handy storage box.
Contains:
- 10mm Jump Leads
- Hand Pliers
- 2 x Screw Drivers
- 1 x Electrical Screwdriver
- 9pc Socket Set (with hand driver)
- Emergency Fuse Set
- 3 x Wrench Spanners
+ torch
+ pressure monitor
Community Updates

Groups

21 Comments
Use code weekend35 to get the screenwash for £2.27
If i'm stuck at the side of the road and need pliers or screwdrivers I'd rather have none than something made of pro grade chinesium
This is Tat, this vi.raptor.ebaydesc.com/ws/…r=1 would be more useful if you wanna spend your money on this kind of thing.
gazdoubleu8 m ago

This is Tat, this …This is Tat, this http://vi.raptor.ebaydesc.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItemDescV4&item=332448237615&category=180140&pm=1&ds=0&t=1507321149000&ver=0&cspheader=1 would be more useful if you wanna spend your money on this kind of thing.


Nice, but i cant see any jump leads which is what a lot of people will need during the cold mornings and nights
oohflamey15 m ago

If i'm stuck at the side of the road and need pliers or screwdrivers I'd …If i'm stuck at the side of the road and need pliers or screwdrivers I'd rather have none than something made of pro grade chinesium


Its just a cheap emergency kit mate, I don’t expect you to swap your engine in a supermarket car park or hard shoulder on the m6
gazdoubleu14 m ago

This is Tat, this …This is Tat, this http://vi.raptor.ebaydesc.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItemDescV4&item=332448237615&category=180140&pm=1&ds=0&t=1507321149000&ver=0&cspheader=1 would be more useful if you wanna spend your money on this kind of thing.



That's not even a comparison, there's zero items that do the same.
They should add an "emergency puncture repair" to the lot.
solo1210 m ago

Its just a cheap emergency kit mate, I don’t expect you to swap your e …Its just a cheap emergency kit mate, I don’t expect you to swap your engine in a supermarket car park or hard shoulder on the m6


Its cheap crap mate, made of cheese. If you want to try fixing anything with it without damaging what you're trying to fix, taking the skin off your knuckles or your tools falling apart, you're better off phoning the AA
Edited by: "sillyoldbear" 9th Dec 2017
oohflamey4 m ago

Its cheap crap mate, made of cheese. If you want to try fixing anything …Its cheap crap mate, made of cheese. If you want to try fixing anything with it without damaging what you're trying to fix, taking the skin off your knuckles or your tools falling apart, you're better off phoning the AA


Sorry I didn’t know it was made out of cheese, i think I posted this in the wrong category
If you have a big diesel car with a dead battery you will need to trickle feed it for a while with 10mm leads before trying to start it.
Would really recommend a minimum of 16mm. Or 25mm for crank and go.
solo122 h, 9 m ago

Nice, but i cant see any jump leads which is what a lot of people will …Nice, but i cant see any jump leads which is what a lot of people will need during the cold mornings and nights


Yeah but if you have a flat battery and you try those jump leads you're gonna still need the tow rope from the kit I posted + maybe a fire extinguisher!
kabs2 h, 6 m ago

That's not even a comparison, there's zero items that do the same.


You're right, this kit will leave you at the roadside, no better off, and the one I posted gives you a bit more chance of getting home.
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 9th Dec 2017
It is cheap, and better than nothing. I bought one, put on the back seat with a bag of shopping, and immediately the plastic case cracked. Would be better of spending the money on some heavy duty jump leads.
gazdoubleu7 h, 50 m ago

Yeah but if you have a flat battery and you try those jump leads you're …Yeah but if you have a flat battery and you try those jump leads you're gonna still need the tow rope from the kit I posted + maybe a fire extinguisher!


Tow rope is illegal. You need to use a towing bar now.
Sorry furiousjammin you are just plain wrong
Tow ropes and tow bars are perfectly legal, but there are rules to comply with.

This is from the Police National Legal Database:

"When the vehicles are attached solely by a rope or chain, the maximum distance allowed between the vehicles is 4.5 metres.

If the distance between the two vehicles exceeds 1.5 metres then the rope or chain must be made clearly visible within a reasonable distance from either side to other road users. This is usually done by tying a coloured flapping cloth in the middle of the rope or chain.

The person in the broken down vehicle must be a qualified driver as he is actually driving the vehicle. A further point is that if it is dark then the broken down vehicle must have its lights on as it would under normal circumstances."

Note: Vehicles are only to be towed on motorways, for the minimum distance necessary, to reach a place of safety where recovery may be effected by a recovery vehicle.
Avatar
deleted1874151
Do not buy. I bought this last year. It is terrible. The jump leads could not start a 1.6 petrol. The recovery guy laughed when he saw how light they were.
deleted18741519th Dec 2017

Do not buy. I bought this last year. It is terrible. The jump leads could …Do not buy. I bought this last year. It is terrible. The jump leads could not start a 1.6 petrol. The recovery guy laughed when he saw how light they were.


Nice name, you made this account just to say that lol
gazdoubleu1 h, 19 m ago

I don't think sowww.askthe.police.uk/content/Q558.htm


Apologies, I stand corrected. I genuinely thought it was made illegal a couple of years ago.
ozskins9th Dec

Sorry furiousjammin you are just plain wrongTow ropes and tow bars are …Sorry furiousjammin you are just plain wrongTow ropes and tow bars are perfectly legal, but there are rules to comply with.This is from the Police National Legal Database: "When the vehicles are attached solely by a rope or chain, the maximum distance allowed between the vehicles is 4.5 metres. If the distance between the two vehicles exceeds 1.5 metres then the rope or chain must be made clearly visible within a reasonable distance from either side to other road users. This is usually done by tying a coloured flapping cloth in the middle of the rope or chain. The person in the broken down vehicle must be a qualified driver as he is actually driving the vehicle. A further point is that if it is dark then the broken down vehicle must have its lights on as it would under normal circumstances." Note: Vehicles are only to be towed on motorways, for the minimum distance necessary, to reach a place of safety where recovery may be effected by a recovery vehicle.


Apologies, I stand corrected. I genuinely thought it was made illegal a couple of years ago.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text