Torx Screw 1000 Pack in Organiser £14.28 Delivered @ Toolstation
240°Expired

Torx Screw 1000 Pack in Organiser £14.28 Delivered @ Toolstation

Avatardeleted80130110
Avatardeleted801301
Found 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 quantity, plus delivery) and the organiser is worth half the price alone.

These are great screws by the way, I've now switched completely from pozi's to these. If you manage to cam-out one of these you need to get someone else in to do the job. And even cheap bits last ages with them.
Community Updates

Groups

10 Comments
isn;t this the pack that Aldi do from time to time @ £ 9.99 ? i have 2 at home.
Avatar
deleted801301
wokinpark35 m ago

isn;t this the pack that Aldi do from time to time @ £ 9.99 ? i have 2 at …isn;t this the pack that Aldi do from time to time @ £ 9.99 ? i have 2 at home.


Couldn't tell you. I've had the Lidl ones, which are different, but not the Aldi ones. I know Aldi have had a similar pozi set, but don't know if they've done Torx?
Edited by: "deleted801301" 24th Mar
Bought the same/similar item in b&q last week for £12. Same case design but in green. Save 10/% on the over 50s discount Wednesday . It has 2 screw drive heads in the box to fit the screws
Avatar
deleted801301
stickyricky22 m ago

Bought the same/similar item in b&q last week for £12. Same case design …Bought the same/similar item in b&q last week for £12. Same case design but in green. Save 10/% on the over 50s discount Wednesday . It has 2 screw drive heads in the box to fit the screws


Just looking at B&Q website (and with you saying there were only two driver bits included), I think the ones you bought are basic pozi's:

diy.com/dep…prd

The above are Torx-drive, and very similar in design to Reisser Cutter's, with self-countersinking heads and slotted threads.
Edited by: "deleted801301" 24th Mar
Been using these lately after a recommendation, and can confirm they are really good. I normally use turbogold but these are better, I've been driving 100mm ones straight into timber with no pilot holes. Not tried the smaller ones yet but may buy a case of these rather than refill the turbogold one.
Yes these are very good, they also don't fall off your screw driver as well.
TomF24th Mar

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


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
Avatar
deleted801301
tek-monkey4 m ago

You know what, I never realised how much difference the different head …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


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.
deleted80130125th Mar

They're brilliant. I don't know why I didn't change to these years ago. I …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.


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.
Avatar
deleted801301
tek-monkey3 m ago

I've been buying turbogolds when they are cheap, so have good stocks of …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.


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.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text