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Bahco BH59/S31B 31 piece bit set £6.76 Amazon Prime (+£4.49 Non Prime)
Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
Update 1
Update - price drop from £7 to £6.76 on 23/06
Nice little good quality bit set here from Bahco, reviews are positive, hasn't been cheaper since 2018 according to the Camels. Admittedly often just a little more expensive at aro… Read more

Me also. My first foray into Bahco. Seems like a decent little set. Also picked up one of their utility knives for £2.50 (from £8.99 apparently) but there's nothing special about that. No better than various other cheap knives I've had over the years & would have been disappointed if I'd paid full price.


Apologies. Must have missed it. Amazingly it didn't go as hot as this has!


I got the deal through here, it’s expired now but still there to look through(y)


Would have been nice to share it if so (y)



Bahco 426TOR9 9" 3 vial aluminium level, £12 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime on Amazon
Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
No, it's not a Stabila but looks like a quality level at a great price, with the same accuracy (0.5mm/m) that Stabila claim on theirs. Apparently magnetic too. Best price ever acc… Read more

The vials in the Bahco are not protected at all and one reviewer on Amazon even had a vial broken just from delivery. The vials in the Stabila are essentially indestructible fully encased in resin and the level can be kept in a tool bag without worry. Levels is all they do and they are very good at it.


The 25CM non magnetic Stabila is only £9 at the moment, no stock until the 2th June though -


I have that exact one myself actually. It isn't especially robust however (and the more robust Stabila at this size costs a fair bit more)


The vials in the similar priced German made Stabila are far superior, totally encased for protection and much easier to see. This Bahco is anotherr one of their chinese made jobs.


Yeah, it's a good deal. And amazon 30 days return policy is there for any issues.

Bahco CS150 150mm Combination Square - £6 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime on Amazon
Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
The 300mm version has been available for £10 for a few days, now they have discounted this shorter 150mm one to just £6. Seems an absolute bargain, and according to the Camels hasn… Read more

You flip and it is the same..


Can it not be reversed maybe?


Have this for years now the measurement part is a bit odd it could be the other way around those who use it know what i mean, but generally can't go wrong with it.


The finish on these is poor, burrs and sharp edges all round and rough sliding and locking. Unlike some other Bahco tools these are made in China. The US made Empire 'True Blue' brand are much better quality, maybe twice the price but it's an important tool that you don't buy that often and worth the investment IMO.


If you choose to buy two of these instead on one, you pay £16.99...presumably because two of them come in at Energy Class A as noted in the item heading. That has to be worth the extra fiver, will pay for itself in the long run. Heat and ordered. Thanks.

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Bahco CS300 300mm Combination Square - £9.95 (+ £4.49 non prime) @ Amazon
Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
Die cast body Stainless steel industrial blade Complete with scriber Model number: CS300

Bought one from eBay recently for a project I'm starting, paid £2.95


The finish on these is a bit rough, prefer the slightly pricier Empire TrueBlue square which is excellent. and acuracy spot on.


To build one? or keep it in?


Beats me. Not sure the deals on the level.


Why is an item being sold at normal price being voted hot? Just interested to understand HUKD, that’s all.

Bahco 706-2 BH706-2 PH/Slotted Precision Screwdriver Set, Multi-Colour, 6 Pieces £35.85 @ Amazon
Posted 11th JunPosted 11th Jun
Lowest it's been, by the looks of things. Bahco is quality kit.

Some nice Vessel sets on Amazon at the moment, eg:


I stand by my Rolson comment. And if not Rolson I'd go for Onyko.


Good first deal @Curtis_Bowden - thanks for taking time to share :)


I would also go with the Wera. Still brilliant quality but the price is a bit more reasonable.


Fair enough. I used to work repairing laptops. Quality drivers made a big difference, but yes, maybe not needed for infrequent use. Nice to have quality tools even if you don't use them every day though.