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Rolson 58 piece screwdriver set @ Tesco canal rd extra £7
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Displayed at daily deals basket near back entrance next to stationery aisles I forgot to take picture of actual display but found this pic online The Rolson 28882 screwdriver ki… Read more

Nationwide at all extra stores


Sold out at my local


Aren't all isles stationary? Ahh... I see... stationery aisle...


Cheap tools cheap name! Poor poor quality!


Rolson are a cheap tool brand. Some tools are OK like files and rasps but screwdrivers are woeful.

Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Crazy cheap unit plus the case (highfive) This compact, yet lightweight designed Cordless Screwdriver has a new slide battery system and all metal gearing for efficient power tra… Read more
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Good price but no hammer function for drilling into brick.


Ordered thanks & thanks to OP. :D


No he’s a human genius. Lol


I would suggest to go for - ... comes with 2 batteries....


Depends on battery price as well...

Pepper Festival - Generic
Draper Cordless Li-ion Screwdriver Kit - £7.50 @ Manomano (delivery from £2)
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Thought this was a good deal. Been looking for one of these for a while and for this price I thought I take a chance. Description below. The Draper Cordless Screwdriver is perfec… Read more
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How much was that?


I have an Ikea Fixa cordless screwdriver that is also only 3Nm and it's been extremely handy. The torque is approximately what you'd be able to muster by hand. God-send for flat-pack furniture.



It comes in this nice little kit. And has two LEDs at the front. Pretty sturdy.


So got them delivered today and I must say they are not bad quality.

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Stanley Multi Ratchet Screwdriver and bits £5 @ B&Q
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Stanley Multi Ratchet Screwdriver further reduced to £5 at B&Q - free c+c. Comes with 10 insert bits of popular sizes, looks to be selling at £10+ at other retailers such as Wi… Read more
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Still got my old battered one without bit storage. New one is (poo) with cheaper plastics. Clearly Stanley has cheapened out & going in the wrong direction as a business. As they say, buy cheap, buy twice with tools.


Yeah I wouldn't bother. I took mine back. Wished I had bought 2 back in the day.


I have one & it’s not great. The lid for the storage compartment keeps coming undone when I’m using it


I've got the original one as well (The bottom doesn't come off to store the bits though, they're all round the collar) my one still works great after years of use. Was thinking about buying this as a spare for a fiver, but sounds like I would be disappointed!


I have an original one bought about 9 years ago which is great. They changed the manufacture of them a few years ago. The latest ones are very poor quality. Ratchet mechanism fails. I bought one and compared side by side. Every element is cheaper.

Bosch GSB 18V Li-ion Professional Compact Combi Drill Set 2 X 3.0Ah Batteries and Accessories  £108 when you C&C @ Travis Perkins
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
With hard case. The Bosch GSB 18V combi drill is equipped with electronic cell protection, protecting the battery against overload, overheating and discharge. The electronic motor … Read more

Weird but good to know nothing is actually missing.


The whole package was sealed when I got home the bit holder is missing from the bit set.


Is the screwdriver bit set meant to come with a drill bit holder? Looks like I got the display model and it is missing


Just picked this up, a lot of kit for the money with all he accessories thrown in. Thanks


I bet yh was bullied at school

31pc precision screwdriver set £1 instore @ poundland
LocalLocalFound 4th AugFound 4th Aug
31pcs screwdriver set
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Thank you ... Heat added


this deal been there for ages too!! (skeptical)


It's ok, but..... Tried taking the a few laptop HDD's to bits for destruction. After my 4th one (so about 30 screws later) the small torx bit had all but rounded. By comparison the branded bit we were using did another 40-50 without batting an eyelid. You get what you pay for I guess. Is this set worth a quid, hell yeah if you haven't got anything else and you are not going to use it heavily. It may even get you out of pickle one day.


Got one of these a few days ago & they are supprisingly good for poundland. The top layer has security bits as well and as long as you don't try to use it for putting your ikea flatpack together, you should be fine. One of the rare occasions when it's woth more than a pound,


I bought this set 2 years ago, they're useful but made with soft metal

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Bosch 2607017319 Professional Colour Coded 32 Piece Screwdriver Bit Set [Energy Class A] £10.45 (Prime) / £14.94 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Quick-change universal magnetic holder Content: 32 pcs Plastic Case with belt clip
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This is a nice set. The selection of bits is good and the case is nice and sturdy whilst not being a pain to get the bits out (like the green bit 'tower' case you can get). Unfortunately, the bit holder failed for me so I have a hex bit permanently stuck in it, the collar simply won't budge to release the bit. Annoying frankly but not the end of the world. I got a previously lower price from Screwfix (about 6 or 7 quid). This deal would be the absolute max I'd pay but I'm not voting in this case.


My mates don't have it. I don't have mates! You can get far superior (that won't break in a drill) for less than £20 including DeWalt which is owned by Bosch.


Screwfix £14.99 I think I seen other day dewalt ones.


Fifteen left on Amazon for £8.97 if you don't mind what colour the outer box is


Suuuure! (lol)

WORX Cordless 20v hammer drill with 2x batteries, charger and rigid toolcase complete with wide range of drills, screwdriver bits, etc.  3 year warranty!  Down from £129.99 to £89.99 (saving £40 - 30%) at Argos
Found 29th JulFound 29th Jul
I've had great service from a range of WORX tools including this hammer drill, though mine didn't come with the comprehensive toolcase set. This looks like pretty much everything … Read more

The hook and loop pad on my eight year old WORX palm sander was worn out. I asked them where I could get a new one and they sent me one FoC within 48hrs. I'm pleased to be able to say that's the only aftersales service I've had need of. :D


That's decent of them, and it's about time some of the big boys took note and followed suit. I don't have a downer on Worx, it's just their prices are unrealistic; they're selling DIY tools for nigh-on professional tool prices. They're just not built to the same quality spec and they don't have the back-up support demanding of a tool of their price. The warranty is the best example of that; if they were built to withstand daily hammer then they would back them for trade use because it would be a selling point, but they don't because they're not. Now I know you'll say "but their target market won't be giving them daily hammer", but that's not the point- it's scalable. If the warranty covers three years of sporadic use, then what lifespan has it realistically got? Hard to say obviously, but maybe five years? Maybe ten of very little use? Under the same usage then, what would be the predicted lifespan of a tool guaranteed for three years of daily, heavy use? Probably a lifetime. So when there's only ten quid between them why would you choose the one that is clearly not as well made? Then you've got spare parts support. I had to replace the back fence on my twelve-year-old Makita mitre saw last year. No probs, £8 and readily available. I just picked up a Makita planer for a tenner because it needed a new drive belt- again, no probs. On the contrary as far as I am aware you can't buy Worx spares anywhere; when it's dead it's dead. Positec have already discontinued their Worx Pro line save for a few saws, their Worx 2ah 12v batteries, and their 4ah Erbauer, along with a good chunk of the 12V range of tools. I wouldn't be surprised to see them disappear altogether before long, leaving anyone invested in that platform and needing a new battery screwed. I have absolutely no faith in them as a company (from my own dealing with them) and so again, when there's a tenner between them why choose the tool that you know has no support and so a limited lifespan? Then on top of all that you've got the price of batteries and (fast) chargers; even if the tools themselves were good value to start with, the minute you start to buy anything extra you're really paying through the nose, and that's where they've got you. If Worx stuff was half the price it is we wouldn't be having this debate, but it's not and so it's not good value and no doubt we'll continue to battle over it :D


I asked WORX about the charger warranty. Here's the reply: "Thank you for your email. I can confirm that your warranty does include the chargers. If we are able to assist you further please do not hesitate to contact us. Kind Regards Hannah Minhinnett Worx Helpline T: +44 (0) 345 202 9679" Looks like WORX may be your third notable exception and the warranty is better than Bosch's. I don't think the other brands are poor and nor do I think WORX are perfect but you seem to have a real downer on WORX which I don't think is fair. For a typical DIY user they offer good kit at good value prices (in my opinion) and it looks like they support it with their warranty too. I've bought several items directly from them through their ebay store when they had particularly good offers: very quick delivery and when, on one ocassion, their on-line description had a small, unintended error they were amazingly generous in their attempt to put it right.




I said "not many companies warranty chargers beyond the obligatory 12 months". That wasn't a slur against Worx but a statement of fact regarding most manufacturers; they are generally quite explicit about excluding chargers from extended warranties, two notable exceptions being Bosch (2 years) and Metabo (3 years). The Worx guarantee states that it excludes accessories, so as I said, this is down to whether they class a charger as an accessory or not. There is a different version of the warranty wording - one that has a UK service number as opposed to the one that you posted that has a US number - and on this version it is a bit more explicit about excluding accessories while at the same time being more vague about what exactly constitutes an accessory.

Parkside 4 in 1 screwdriver combo tool with screwdriver bits £19.99 instore @ Lidl
LocalLocalFound 28th JulFound 28th Jul
Lidl Parkside 4 in 1 combo tool screwdriver with bits. Comes with 4 interchangeable head attachments. 4volts and built in battery. Comes with the standard 3 year guarantee. I … Read more

Just seen at Blackburn Lidl 09/08/2018


Must be an old special offer, you can find details on lidl's service centre:- Might be only a few clearance stores unless it was a very recent offer. LIDL currently have a 20v 4-in 1 on offer at the moment, so don't pick that up by mistake as it is £60 :-


Got one of these - the wee circular thing is good for cutting cardboard and paper etc


Looks good, a better description and then maybe more people would heat. The 4th picture looks like a mini circular saw but who knows with blurry text and a blind link? EDIT: A useful link for anyone interested More with links within


That makes three of us.

Xenta Cordless Screwdriver with 104 Piece Accessory Kit - £7.97 + £3.98 (Delivery) = £11.95 @ ebuyer
Refreshed 26th JulRefreshed 26th Jul
Xenta Cordless Screwdriver with 104 Piece Accessory Kit. Seems like a good deal even with the delivery charge. 3.6V Li-ion Cordless Screwdriver Battery: Lithium 1300mAh Tor… Read more

It's only any use for the bits, the driver is rubbish, the rotation on mine isn't concentric and the ergonomics of the driver are awful. I wouldn't bother if you're buying it for the driver. Case and screws are OK-ish


Yes I own it and no, not suitable for laptop screws.


Perfect moving house in a few weeks will only use to take furniture apart and if rubbish the heads will be good for my other screw driver that the heads are all missing from plus looks like security bits and weird shape ones are included


We have had one of these in the workplace for about 4 years and it has been a great piece of kit, for this price I would recomend buying


I have used the bosch mini cordless screw driver for light drilling and it worked fine, can't say for sure about this one

3.6V Li-ion Cordless Screwdriver £7 @ B&Q
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
Ideal for having around the house for the odd job, plenty about for C&C and gets good reviews and also includes and 25mm bits: 4/6/ph0, ph1, ph2, pz0, pz1, pz2, t10, t15. Th… Read more
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These is at least 2 in Enfield


Not in stock but you can click & collect.


Click and collect still works


Think around £15 as I was looking at something like this in Wickes


Why expired? Loads at all of my nearest stores, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Is it because they are out of stock in England?!?!

Workzone 3.6V Pivot Handle Screwdriver £14.99 Aldi from 29th (delivery +£2.95)
Found 23rd JulFound 23rd Jul
Looks like a decent deal considering you get lots of screwdriver bits and a 3 year warranty. Same power output as the Bosch IXO and the Wickes own brand version. Not sure about th… Read more

Just use better bits ,I've found out numerous times its a waste of money using cheap bits , Aldi warranty is brilliant though.


Waiting for the impact driver with two batteries to come back. Missed it in April. Aldi seem to have every portable tool for sale at the moment except the one I want. (fierce)


FFS it's fine for fitting Ikea furniture together and odds jobs around the house, it doest have to be a triple tork and 400v Lithuim battery. Can't go wrong for £14.99 (y)


I get that, but would rather a higher torque drill and use an adapter to get into the tight spaces. Just my 2p’s worth.


should be decent enough for odd stuff round the house. The range of screwdriver bits including security bits is where the value is though, as you'd pay half this amount for a cheap set of those anyway! Looks like very good value as a package.

Retroflag NESPI Case+ for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 and B+ with Screws / Screwdriver £9.31 @
Found 20th JulFound 20th Jul
Features: - Functional POWER and RESET buttons - Functional LED power indicator - NESPI case specifically designed for Raspberry Pi 3, 2 and B+ - Easy access to the SD card (not i… Read more



Use code WOOHOO at basket and you'll get $5 off ANYTHING on-site with no min spend Credit due HERE


These Retroflag NESPI Case+ for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 and B+ with Screws / Screwdrivers are like buses. You wait ages for one then 2 come together.


Make sure to change the currency to USD if you have a fee free credit card. £8.90 then. Edit: And untick "insurance"!

Retroflag NESPI Case+ for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 and B+ with Screws / Screwdriver £9.50 w/code @ Rosegal
Found 20th JulFound 20th Jul
Retroflag NESPI Case+ for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 with screws and screwdriver back down to £9.50 - need to be logged in and use code DSRG5YTOP3 Decent feedback from people who had p… Read more

Raspberry ripple is better !


Some TVs can be funny, if your pi is connected to your network and you are comfortable using putty to SSH onto your pi i can give you the bits of code needed to force HDMI sound?


You'll need a usb keyboard. There's another way to force sound over HDMI in the settings menu, but you'll also need a keyboard to change it IIRC.


Really? I'm new to this how can I fix it please?


Cost me £10.97 >:¬( There are apparently fakes of these out there with the above mentioned voltage issues: Guess I'll find out personally when mine arrives. Edit: looks as though that link's for the non plus model. Guess I'll never find out.

Bosch PDR 18 LI impact driver (body only) - £44 @ B&Q
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Picked up one of these in B&Q yesterday as it was oddly cheap. A great bit of kit if you've got other Bosch 18V tools. £44 is a clearance price according to their website so th… Read more

Just purchased this evening as also bought the drill with batteries on Prime day, brilliant bit of kit especially for the price


Just bought it from the derby store.


Great deal


Out of stock now but good deal for you


For anyone who doesn't already have the battery or charger, it's £88 with 2 batteries, charger and bag.

Bosch 06039A8070 IXO Cordless Screwdriver with Integrated 3.6 V Lithium-Ion Battery £19.99 Amazon (Prime Day Deal)
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Great price for one of these. It’s been this price before but not for a while. Product description The IXO is everything you would want from a cordless screwdriver. Whether it’s … Read more

Comes up now and then but my favourite tool. Recently installed a fully ikea kitchen with it. Built the units and using a flat bit and grip its also attached to walls. Perfect for driving up to say 45mm screws into board, plugs or softwood. More than this it may struggle.


Agree that it's been this price before and I bought one then! Still using the older one I've had for years too, great powerful little screwdriver and my most used screwdriver as my wrists are now arthritic!!


The older model is a charging dock, but each to their own I prefer using a phone charger in the work van so works out better for me.


OK for screwing flat pack furniture together. And whoever thought that using microUSB to charge this should be fired (as you have to look carefully at the connection every time you plug is it to make sure you've got it the right way round).

Live on 11/07 - Tool Trolley with Tools 7 Layers £174.99 @ VidaXL
Found 8th JulFound 8th Jul
Alice on the 11th of July, another one for the garage, great for those new home owners or just married guys looking for an all in one chest with tools...neat and organised with spa… Read more

24 now :D


Ffs you've been living next door to her for the last 20 years! (lol)


I see you haven’t met Alice, she is my good old friend Typo


Who the **** is Alice?


Why is that?

Halfords Advanced 8 piece Screwdriver Set £5.10 (Plus 15% off other hand tools and socket sets) @ Halfords
Refreshed 30th JunRefreshed 30th Jun
Deal is back on if you missed earlier this month - new code 15HANDTOOLS gives 15% off all hand tools and socket sets Free c+c to local store Halfords Advanced 8 piece Screwdr… Read more

Cheers OP. Just ordered the stubby' set and a draper short-armed, alan key set (down from £20 to £5 pre 15%).


1 K chanchi ;)


Had these a couple of years and after a lot of use they're still in great nick! Bargain!


Not a deal, screw this


£4.80 with trade card, plus 3% Quidco, thanks OP

8 piece VDE insulated screwdriver set includes voltage tester @ Aldi available to preorder. Sunday 8th July
Found 28th JunFound 28th Jun
This 8-Piece VDE Screwdriver Set includes 4 slotted screwdrivers, 3 Phillips screwdrivers and 1 voltage tester. Has been on offer before and always missed them, back again and I'll… Read more

No mention of "Joe Public" in your original post. There's plenty of unearthed phone chargers where there's one component between you and the mains i.e. a Y capacitor which forms part of an RFI suppression circuit. These are also designed to fail open circuit. As I said carbon resistors fail open circuit. I've also already mentioned safety issues re. a damaged or wet device. It's really like a health and safety assessment, there are associated risks, are they acceptable or should we blanket ban all neon testers? Is there a better alternative? A non contact voltage stick can give false positives but more importantly false negatives, i.e. increasing risk of electric shock if you believe the device. I'd be pretty confident in stating that over the years neon testers have probably saved more people than injured or killed them. There are reputable manufacturers making them to VDE/DIN EN/IEC standards so why is that if they are so lethal? What about capacitors? People have been killed messing with equipment disconnected from the mains but with charged capacitors. Maybe we should bin all capacitors which potentially hold enough charge to kill.


I was commenting from a standpoint that it was very unlikely that everyone subscribed to HUKD / viewing this post, knows how to use a voltage present indicator safely ! You as an electrical engineer would do, typical Joe public person, I'm thinking probably not.


"used sensibly and tested......." if you know what you are doing, how to test and what the implications are ... yes, useful; safe ... debatable ! I personally don't want to be part of a circuit relying on a resistor and a neon to keep 230V AC from my body. Non technical / non electrically experienced folks need to be aware of the potential implications if the tester gets wet, gets damaged, components fail short circuit, etc etc, which is all I have done. If folks know all the facts, possibilities, they can make their own mind up.


Only dangerous if you don't know how to use them safely. As an electrical engineer these are brilliant


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