All DIY Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2019
I have one of these and the quality is decent all round. Paid £15 on eBay but think I was pretty lucky. Heat.
£28.95 with VAT and delivery
Oh! Ic How about this one https://www.its.co.uk/pd/OMU25134SL-240v-25m-4-Socket-13A-Open-Cable-Reel-_MASOMU25134SL.htm
That's only a 2 gang version unfortunately, although does have the USB ports.
Screwfix £24.99 https://www.screwfix.com/p/pro-xt-13a-2-gang-25m-cable-reel-2-1a-2g-usb-charger-240v/4728x
Forgot to add postage is £4.95 unless your lucky enough to live near a store and utilise their reserve / collect
I wondered if anyone would get it :) There were lots of stores wnen I searched at the time but power of HUKD! Only one - I was worried any more might affect the turning and handling, and the brakes might lock up. I'm very open about it.
Good pun there , entry level.
Excellent. I’ll order one. Ty.
It has a thumb turn on the inside, normal key on the outside. I've got it for the bathroom.
I'm after something like this, but with a thumb turn, on the inside, for my mother, any ideas?
I have this pair. It's really worth for the bucks. Just to confirm this particular drill doesn't have hammer function. On the other hand impact driver put on crazy power.
You could always train for a few years, but I suppose the offer will be gone then ;) still you will have a trade that will be fairly useless in a country that does not build enough houses and has crumbling infrastructure :) on a serious note most of the trade point stuff is the same price! https://www.diy.com/departments/jcb-cordless-18v-2ah-li-ion-brushed-drill-impact-driver-with-2-batteries-with-1pc-50mm-double-ended-screwdriver-bit-jcb-18v-2-kit/5055803339265_BQ.prd see B+Q open to all with the cash :)
Trade only though so not available to most unfortunately
Thanks for post @Claudiu.Corogianu I've edited the price to include VAT (y)
Use Bahco socket sets a lot and they're great. I did have a combination square of theirs and it was was badly made in terms of quality and the measurements were off. Most likely another company that made it under licence.
There's also used 8231 grips on amazon for £15.67. They are the same length tool but wider jaw capacity. I had a pair of the larger 8225 but broke them on a gate hinge nut. I haven't broken any knipex cobra yet though.
Buying from Amazon directly is only 20p more
Already posted here: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hitachi-c18dgl-18v-165mm-circular-saw-body-only-3225633?page=1#comments-last
Cheers that's the type of saw I'm needing too for a few cuts I need to make
No, a reciprocating saw. Like this..
These fit in a jigsaw??
Great idea. Which one do you reccomend?
I saw the cashier going through codes and he pointed out there are new codes for new sets they are releasing and some of the present are being discontinued.
Where have you seen these? Any photo or links?
I asked in Halfords yesterday but they did not know anything.
Exactly what I've done, point well made
there is nowhere to look into it smart ass, just posed the question to note for somepeople might not be aware that some of these can cost you when not in use, which is quite important to note as somepeople would go and change several even 10-15 in one go, this could add up over a year
None in Guildford.
An earlier deal https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/double-wall-socket-with-usb-at-aldi-for-749-instore-1044-delivered-3195698 mentioned these were made by BG. These Aldi ones have rounded edges but similar BG ones use < 75mW in standby. https://www.bgelectrical.uk/public/downloads/data-sheets/usb/double-13-amp-socket-outlet-with-usb-charger-900-series.pdf
Original Poster or Opening Poster. Take your pick.
The transformer, which sits between the 230V supply and the USB sockets, is constantly outputting 5V because the sockets need to be live for any device to "see" them. Transformers are very efficient but there will always be some tiny current loss. It is negligible though, especially as many people plug in devices such as energy monitors which are always on anyway.
Anyone got one what's the quality like?
It might be a cheap kit but what is the quality like? I think I'd want to see a few reviews first, if it's of Rolson-like quality then it isn't going to be decent.
I'll wait for someone who's already had experience of using this before venturing to Rochdale and buying one. Wherever you are in th country, there's always stock in Rochdale. Tightwads.
That looks decent and handy for the price @Rebecca_JeffreyIfD . Nice find
Not sure I would want to risk it, with the speed this thing goes!! (cheeky)
"you can even polish your car with this sander" lol
That is a lot of rpm for the money, nice spot Frank (angel)
Seems like a good deal, but is the sander worth having?
Yes, it's now gone back up in price.
£11.99 inc VAT
Cheers, was looking out for this.
Don't be daft, it's corded.
where do I put the battery? 😁
This tool is soooo lovely...
Time for a return I think, what about the stimmer?
1.5Ah won't be much use in a lawnmower!
Nice ordered for the Battier's for the lawn mower nice
40nm torque is half the going rate these days for the DeWalt and Milwaukee etc. Tools. However it is a third of the price. 40nm was ok 10 years ago for me for heavy diy. Still is I suppose for normal tasks (annoyed) The real question is the longevity for the money. Will the drill/batteries last? Some of my DeWalt kit is over 10 years old, going well using battery converters to the latest li-ion batteries. The original batteries lasted approx 5 years....
Ordered. Thanks. Was after a spare battery for the strimmer so buying this will work well :)
Not a bad price for the size. Will do for the average DIYer nicely (y)
Gordon Bennett!! I think "if I have to explain, you wouldn't understand" is the appropriate response.
£68 is the normal trade card price. Shame you cannot combine trade card with this offer.
About the cheapest you'll see this. Torque Wrenches don't get reduced much at Halfords unlike their socket sets.
Nice, I have faith then! Upgraded my frame to carbon and hoping I don't break anything once I get this 😏
Or too late, depending on how you sleep!!! (y) Got the one down from this model, bit older, never had any issues, always has the c.rap & oil wiped off it before back in the tool cabinets and still as good as it was 11 odd years ago ;)