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Fiskars Xact Shovel Large £30.08 @Amazon
Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
With lockdowns and everyone gardening it has been a nightmare getting hold of decently priced garden tools. This has now come down in price significantly. The Xact range are pret… Read more

It's a good price for this item vs other sellers and I appreciate decent tools but it's a shovel and that's too limited for me even having an allotment. Personally if I'm going to shell out £30 it'll be for a spade which would be much more versatile. Hot from me but not for me.


Quality brand.


Don't be put off Inoxx...some of us recognise quality at a good price and appreciate it.... Please keep on finding quality deals... :D


The comments remind me of a brush I bought in Home Bargains around £6. Similar is more elsewhere but the cashier thought that was expensive and pointed to a 99p broom they had would do the same job. £30 for a decent shovel is nothing if you want one. Good spot.


Worth noting that this is a long handled shovel. The length of a standard British shovel has not changed since Victorian times - but the average height of a modern British person is now about four and a half inches more than that of a Victorian.


Thanks for sharing @RichardTizard (y)


That's the one! (y) (lol) (lol) (lol)



I would think with a bit of creative thinking, you could fabricate something from what you might already have if you are not bothered about buying more in the range. It's not a big risk at this price if the rake will be useful. I have a rake but otherwise, I would be thinking about it. :)


Just reminded me of that Only Fools and Horses sketch with Triggers broom (lol)

Fiskars Children's Animal Scissors with Fish Motif, From 4 years - 87p Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon
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Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Children's scissors with fish-shaped handles (blade length: 5 cm) for cutting paper, Suitable for right- and left-handed users, 4 years and older Handles optimally adapted to the a… Read more

£1.21 still good price




Ordered although at £1.10, thanks


Ordered @ £1.10 Thanks


Ordered a couple

Fiskars 24 Inch Bow Saw SW31, Fixed Blade, Length: 70 cm, Plastic Blade Guard Included £4.28 Prime (+£4.49 Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Temp OOS but can still order The durable bow saw from Fiskars is ideal for cutting logs and thick branches. The ergonomically shaped handle with finger protection allows clean and… Read more

Having the mother in law round for one last visit?


Sounds like a fun evening ;)


just need a deal on bin liners, large cable ties and duct tape.


£18.20 now


Looks available but it's not, won't add to basket now

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Fiskars Cuts + More Multi-tool Scissors £13.57 Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non Prime)
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
Those are the best scizzors we've ever had in our lives. I bought one in b&q 10 years ago on clearance for a fiver and when I lost them I had to pay 20 to replace them but for … Read more

Thanks to the original poster. I ordered these scissors along with a couple of kitchen knives. It was a feature that Amazon classed the kitchen knives as age restricted items that required photo ID for receipt, while the scissors were just posted through my door. This despite the fact that the scissors are designed so that they can be separated so that you have a proper knife.


Had these about 6 years and they're still going strong. They can be a little tricky to sharpen due to the curved section, but they will keep an edge for a while. Will buy a backup pair for this price.


Definitely a cut above the rest.


Great quality. Guess they are still Made in Finland


Yes they would do but I would just buy some Fiskars kitchen scissors that should be less expensive.

Fiskars Carpenter's Hammer IsoCore XXL £40.55 @ Amazon
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
I've had this hammer bookmarked for a while and it's now 25% cheaper. May be of interest to someone.

It was nice and now... I'm returning it. The handle is made of a soft material and it is not looking like it will last as long as my other hammers, I'll stick to fatmax and estwing...


As someone else who had more festool than most I would agree each to their own


Fair enough completely understand that, what I mean by it is that £40 for a hammer isn’t a great deal to a diyer to put pictures up etc. You can get a nice Ox one for around £20-25 If your going to use it alot, then great go for it


The problem with this is the risk of it going walkies, I have had several estwings go missing over the years For some reason hammers seem to disappear on site


Not really relevant and can’t be posted every time mentions price, these hammer types haven’t necessarily increased to be expensive they have always been.