Workzone 5 piece ratchet wrench set £12.99 @ Aldi
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Workzone 5 piece ratchet wrench set £12.99 @ Aldi

£12.99ALDI Deals
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Found 25th May 2014
Picked up a set earlier & they seem decent quality for the price.

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Have you used these yet?
Was wondering what the quality was like considering the poundshop brand / make,
Might be worth a punt for that price, I paid £15 for one 7mm spanner alone!

Original Poster

Sorry not yet, they do look solid & well made tho imo.

gotta say ok if doing small odd job but as a tool for everyday working I wouldn't trust my knuckles with these. I have a halfords set and also a snap on and I put them under strain all the time but wouldn't risk it for a £2.50 spanner. cold from me sorry

Can't really go wrong for that price

I thought these rachet type spanners were ideal for working on the motorbike. I was so wrong because the rachet end takes up so much more space to incorporate it's design it's no good in tight /small spaces.

there OK for small diy jobs, I brought them last year but not at that price they where cheaper. If you want it for diy jobs then yes but anything else no. they are no good on cars or motor bikes. Gonna vote cold cos they where cheaper last year.

work zone really? cheap nasty rubbish

they are really good me n my dad have a aet of a yr old n going well

peakey83

they are really good me n my dad have a aet of a yr old n going well



Take them out of the packaging

Bought a set last year and they certainly give VFM.
Hot.

Roderz

Have you used these yet? Was wondering what the quality was like … Have you used these yet? Was wondering what the quality was like considering the poundshop brand / make,Might be worth a punt for that price, I paid £15 for one 7mm spanner alone!



if you look round the likes of amazon etc you can pick up some well priced single ones nirmal and short/stubbys

rhinopaul

I thought these rachet type spanners were ideal for working on the … I thought these rachet type spanners were ideal for working on the motorbike. I was so wrong because the rachet end takes up so much more space to incorporate it's design it's no good in tight /small spaces.

set of small stubbys are great for motorbike

sbmuk1

set of small stubbys are great for motorbike



I actually need long on my Goldwing. Just changed the Clutch Slave, it was in such an awkward place but managed it. Completely disintegrated seals.

rhinopaul

I thought these rachet type spanners were ideal for working on the … I thought these rachet type spanners were ideal for working on the motorbike. I was so wrong because the rachet end takes up so much more space to incorporate it's design it's no good in tight /small spaces.



LOL I have found lots of bikes only have enough room for the nuts / bolts and nothing else! X)(unless you have tiny Japanes hands and a tiny tool to match) .

Lots of hater comments here..... seem to miss the point of them, which is speed!

I have this exact set alongside the usual halfords pro tools..... not once have these let me down. However, these are great for removing bolts from exhausts etc at awkward angles where the process of "line up / slip on / turn / remove / repeat" ios a slow nightmare (and a strain).

For the money, they will pay for themselves on their first use.... and last too.
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