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Swiss Tech 6 in 1 Stainless Steel Utili-Key Keychain Multi-tool 68p @ Zapals
Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
Coupon Code: FREE0811ALL01 This 6 in 1 Utili-Key Key Ring Chain, with mini size and lightweight design, is suitable for daily carry. Featuring with 6 kinds of function, includi… Read more

I know things can take a while to come cos i have been buying stuff from china for years but usually get email confirmation of any progress and it shows up in my account


They take around 45 days to be delivered its from China lol


Anybody heard owt about their order? I ordered two of these and it just says processing.sent a message to zapals but had no response


Might be out of stock soon as I bought 100 of them to sell on eBay..... .......just kidding 🎣 (lol) In seriousness these are great, I've had mine for years and it's great when you least expect, and also replacing batteries on the odd kids toy.


It's for registered customers only, so will work when you register and sign in

Resqme escape tool £7.15 @ Amazon (£4.49 non prime delivery)
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Sold by Amazon, so should be the original. Hopefully no one will ever need to use it but it’s always good to have at hand. Two uses: - Seatbelt cutter - window breaking tool Thi… Read more


Yes, aren't you?


1/3 to 50% people will get cancer, are you preparing yourself for this financially and logistically? Are you eating the super foods and researching on the types of hospitals that you can go to?


I have driven safe for 41 years, but one day in 1983 I got run off a country road by another vehicle and ended up hanging upside down after rolling over 4 times across a field. Your driving isn't the only thing that can go wrong.


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30% off all Starlock Multitool blade for Bosch and Fein starlock machines - £21.99 @ eBay (Store: topstools)
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Had a email from one of my regular sellers about multisaw blades that fit the newer Bosch and Fein machines. Might be useful for someone as the original types of these blades are 3… Read more
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the price £21-99 is for 7 blades not 20 has the pic shows but its still a good price


Shows as £39.99 when i search in ebay app on Android


Sorry I should have mentioned the bimetal kits represent the best value for money as they can last in my experience many times longer than standard blades. Please note these will only fit " starlock " fitting machines and may not fit others.

Dremel 3000-15 Multitool, 130 W, 15 Accessories - £24.99 @ Amazon Prime
Found 13th JulFound 13th Jul
10 Step Variable Speed (10000 - 33000RPM) Soft Grip EZ Twist Nose Cap 15 High Quality Dremel Accessories Integrated collet lock out Sound pressure is 77,4 dB(A)

Love my dremel, would get another but no need, heat



I might even buy one if it only drops to £6.01 :D If not, can just pop into B&Q and pick one up. (y)


Got a link to that?


Dremel 4000-1/45 Corded Multitool £69.00 [Prime] 4 @ this price (Used - Very Good) £71.25 [Prime] (Used - Like New)

ZANMAX 3101 13 in 1 Multitool Pocket Knife - £2.69 delivered w/code @
Found 3rd JulFound 3rd Jul
Description: The zanmax 13 in 1 pocket knife is the ultimate multitool. Whether you need to open a can, turn a screw or get a stuck drawer open, zanmax is at your service. Main … Read more

Came this morning, seems pretty decent quality for the £, time will tell.


You're wrong.


We'll agree to differ, although I'd suggest you actually have a look at the legislation.


No knife is legal except items being used or about to be used for a trade or hobby. Any knife being carried without these reasons 'CAN' be deemed an offensive weapon. It all depends on the circumstances.


There actually is, but voted COLD as it is poor quality materials and will fall apart trying t get stones out of horses hooves :D

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Dremel 4000-1/45 Corded Multitool £59.99 @ Amazon
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Deal Ends Midnight Tonight. Dremel 4000-1/45 Corded Multitool. Full variable speed control (5.000-35.000 RPM) Separate on/off switch with collet lock out function Two differ… Read more
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What is this used for


The people on JK don't have teeth so this an unnecessary expense.


The lads and girls need this prior to going on Jeremy Kyle shows for a quick teeth clean.

Dewalt 18v brushless Multi tool - 2 x 4.0ah batteries - £229.00 @ FFX
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
DeWalt DCS355 XR Brush-less Oscillating Multi Tool delivers up to 57% more run time over brushed motors.The Dewalt Multi Function Tool has a quick change accessory system that allo… Read more

I've got the Milwaukee version of this. At first you think why? It is just a little reciprocating tool but it is amazing. I use mine for everything. Well worth having. This is a really good price too, the Milwaukee equivalent is about £60 more expensive.


are you just comparing this to your old worx machine? because thats just a budget diy machine anyway so really no comparison


Must resist... must resist. The wife will blow her tits if i buy more tools... i dont need it, but it looks so pretty. ..... Pause for 4 seconds... Ah screw it - it’ll come in handy when servicing boilers, right..? Bought.. ‘thanks’ op - you have no odea of the hell you’ve just unleashed in our household!


Definitely the best OMT on the market place. We picked one up a few months back love the fast change system beats the worx machine I also have.



ZANMAX  13 in 1 Multitool - Silver / Black £2.61 w/code @ Rosegal
Refreshed 10th MayRefreshed 10th May
Use code DSRGMAY15 to get the silver multitool for £2.61 delivered (or use code DSRGMAY14 for the black colour) - this multi tool is selling for £5 at Gearbest as a comparison … Read more

Cheers. I changed to the black one and used the other code and it worked.


Thanks dude, appreciated


Bought a 32mm spyderco for my keyring. It's tiny but does the job for opening parcels. Cost £15 though.


Just seen this, you've got the same problem I had. Read the OP again, there are different codes for the different colour options...


Ordered to stick in the garage for working in bits and pieces. Cheers OP.

Hyper Tough 220W Oscillating Multitool - £9.50 instore @ Asda
LocalLocalFound 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Reduced to £9.50 at Asda south Shields.
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If it's of use to anyone Asda merry hill near Dudley had 12 on the shelf this afternoon at £9.50 each. Aisle was between the clothes and fruit section.


" This is national " - I don't think so - my local , large asda just removed all these tools from an end aisle .


That's a cheap vibrator!


Hyper Tough :D


Sander toolbox vacuum and coffee! is someone having a house party? (excited)

Zanmax -  Bike Mechanic Repair Tools Kit £4.07 /  Zanmax Repair Tool Set of 60 £5.81 w/code @ Rosegal
LocalLocalFound 8th MarFound 8th Mar
Looks a good bit of kit to keep handy on the budget side of things. Comes with a tyre repair kit, which are normally cheap anyway, but as part of this seems decent enough for a lit… Read more

CO2 pump (y)


I have onevery similar to this but purchased for a lot more from 'Alfords, i can attest that it is good, sturdy and very useful, tend to find it comes in handy for other jobs around the house too! Tnis genuinely looks an unbranded one the same as mine...


A lot of stuff on it that isn’t needed on modern bikes. You generally just need a few Allen key sizes now, certainly not anything requiring a socket. The pedals sometimes require a spanner, but I wouldn’t use a low quality one, as it can ruin the surface and make them a nightmare to get off. You’re better off getting good quality, bike specific tools and know that when you’re 20 miles from home, they won’t let you down. More for very occasional DIY use really. Btw-Decathlon do some very good quality plastic tyre levers that clip together for space saving and they only cost s few pounds.


Cheap soft steel Allen keys can reck bolts. Park tools period.


This one looks far better tool from Ebay better tool slightly cheaper £3.59 Uk Seller with Free delivery est. in 2-3 days

Oscillating multitool - £25 instore @ ASDA
Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
Reasonable price for an oscillating multitool, these things are so useful

This is what you get, good it comes with sanding attachment. You can get the half circle attachment online, they are universal fitting P.s. Can't find this on Asda website, but appears to be new line of product Same model shows up on Walmart website {Asda is owned by Walmart)


Oooooooh looks interesting, will investigate attachments.

20 in 1 Stainless Steel multi-tool aprox 71p w/Code @ Zapals
Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Might be handy as a keyring, It does say 20 in one, but Flat Head screwdriver was in the list a couple of times :D also Crowbar? Either way, for about 71p it's quite nifty. Log in… Read more

all that for 71p i must get two


Can also be used to key cars, scratch your arse, and used as a makeshift throwing star. Not forgetting its use as a novelty jewelry item, a useful prop if you're shooting a SF film, and stencil for drawing tiny circles.

Gerber Vise Pocket Multi Tool Black - £13.37 delivered @ FFX
Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
Decent price on this - £19.99 on Amazon and and 17.99 from Gerber directly. Free shipping to UK addresses. Got one and quite impressed with build quality, will be decent for day t… Read more

A warning that these are terrible quality. Have had the plier & scissor version, and both had quite severe manufacturing faults that no end of tweaking ever solved. Gerber's old MP tools were superb quality, still my favourite, but some of their other output can be very bad. If you want a micro multitool, just bite the slightly expensive Leatherman Squirt etc. bullet. Not perfect, but leagues ahead of these, & with a solid guarantee system.


Looks great for the money. Thanks!

Batman Multitool 99p @ Home Bargains instore
LocalLocalFound 17th JanFound 17th Jan
I have wanting one for a while but couldn't bring myself to spend £6.99 RRP until I saw them in Home Bargains for under a quid (cheeky) Batman logo shaped multi tool Includes … Read more

I have one too and regardless of how useful it is, it's still a batarang on your keys, and everyone knows that that's cool.


good price. My partner gets the subscription boxes (Loot Crate etc) and they always seem to be in there




I'm going to check Norwich store very soon (y) then I will get a few of them and keep one in my nightrobe ;) heat added


This was found in southall branch plenty in stock

Bosch PMF 250 CES MultiTool £50 at Bunnings Weston Super Mare
LocalLocalFound 30th Dec 2017Found 30th Dec 2017
In store today - reduced from £137 to £78 on one label, and reduced to £75 on another, but at the till it scanned at £50. Plenty of stock both stacked at the front of the tools sec… Read more

Thank you so much. This item also available in Homebase with six digit product code: 252906


Is that voucher valid in Bunnings? It's a Homebase voucher? I know they are one and the same, but also the same but different...?


mtllbz Bar code is 3165140828543.


Here is 15% off voucher until tomorrow 31/12/2017


Had another similar one from Bosch for £80 amazon but motor went after about a dozen uses . Not voting cold

Dremel 8200-1/35 Cordless Multitool Li-Ion (10.8 V), 1 Attachment, 35 Accessories - £59.99 @ Amazon
Found 23rd Dec 2017Found 23rd Dec 2017
This was on the site on the 1st Dec it is back again not sure if you post or unexpire they will deliver for tomorrow so great Xmas present :D Three LED battery gauge to monit… Read more
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I got this for just under this price from the Amazon warehouse, just used for the first time, awesome device.


Bought. Some repetition in single star reviews but otoh this is the model bundled in the more expensive kits so should be one of the better from the range.


Thanks folks.


Had the same Dremel kit for FIVE years and used same two batteries from start and still going strong - Bought new from eby for 49.99 - Great piece of kit :)


I use mine for irregular use, they work and hold charge fine for me

Found 22nd Dec 2017Found 22nd Dec 2017
this is an amazingly handy tool to have about the house PRODUCT DETAILS Product InformationThis corded all rounder multi tool is ideal for sanding wood or old paint, shortening do… Read more

Is it worth going for this one or spending £4 more on the Worx one at Argos?


Mine died half way through cutting a hole for a new socket in a skirting board. Got a way more powerful Draper one from Toolstation. These are canny though, and incredibly useful...


That's the spirit


Buy another one wait a month and take the old one back for a refund with the new recipt .......?


Bish bosch bash

Dremel 8200-1/35 Cordless Multitool Li-Ion (10.8 V), 1 Attachment, 35 Accessories - £59.99 @ Amazon
Found 1st Dec 2017Found 1st Dec 2017
RRP:£99.99 Deal of the Day:£59.99 Three LED battery gauge to monitor battery power Separate on/off switch with collet lock-out function-p… Read more
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This offer is back today can you unexpire items or post again


I have two of these for work and they are absolute workhorses - highly recommended, and £60 is a bargain compared to the Bosch equivalent (which, incidentally, is manufactured by Dremel) Bonus is the batteries are compatible with Bosch 10.8v/12v battery chargers and visa versa, so if you have Bosch 10.8v tools, everything is compatible (save the wee plastic bits on the bottom of the batteries, but if you need extra batteries, just by cheap Bosch ones or copies and pop the plastic bit off) :D (The bosch charger also halves the charging time :) - but the dremel coming with a charger means I now have spare chargers I can carry in tool bag or place strategically around the house so I can charge any of my tools anywhere :D - its amazing the difference, lack of hassle and time savings of having nearly all your tools running off same batteries - life changing (excited) )


according to 3 camels its was 46.99 black Friday 2016. Great price though and good find. I have a job I need one of these for (removing laminate)




I have one of these, they are great. I'd like a spare genuine battery but at £45 it would be well worth buying this for the accessories, backup charger and another unit that the second kit would provide.

Saddlebag 2x co2 inflators tyre levers self seal patches and multitool £15.83 (Prime) / £20.58 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 28th Nov 2017Found 28th Nov 2017
This bargain pops up once in a while and is a nice stocking filler for some. The Weldtite CO2 inflators are over £10 each and can't recommend them enough. Saddlebag is over £10. … Read more

Not that I often have flats but that doesn't match my experience with them - actually had my first flat on my commuter last month in two years and like buses not just one but another 9 days later. The weldtite inflator above was used both times and last use for myself was over 2 years before and of course the bundle above (albeit now back to usual price) has a spare. In total mine has had about 6 uses that I recall (2 recent, 2 previously for me and 2 for friends encountered struggling on road side). Cartridges themselves are pretty much use once and I would always have the contingency of a decent quality mini hand pump. Can only comment on presta as that is all my bikes have. But find no comparison in ease and speed of getting a tyre upto a reasonable pressure, unlike the hand pump that takes age. Literally a part inflated tube for fitting and then that unnerving pop as inflated with a frozen spent canister gives me: On the road bike (23x700) I am getting to 90psi Commuter (35x700) to 65psi Hardtail (2.35x26) 45psi Most the time with hand pump I have given up way below those pressures and just got enough in to get me moving to my floor pump.


I've tried several different co2 inflators but after a few uses they stop working and yes I've changed the cartridges but makes no difference!


expired as price up to £34 now

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