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GearWrench Flexible Combination Ratchet Wrench Set - 12pc £74.99 ECP
Found 2 h, 22 m agoFound 2 h, 22 m ago
Other GearWrench tools around the same price point (16 set has gone from £417.25 down to £384.99… Read more

I agree. My comment was favouring the ones posted NOT the Ebay ones.


Are they made from gold


I tried using all the codes (SALE50, AGGLOB36 etc.) and none of them work unfortunately as they’re already in the sale section 😞


Wait till the weekend. There will be a code for 50 odd percent off.


These aren’t the same. They aren’t the Flexible head type.

Bosch 34 Piece Drill and Screwdriver Bit Set £9.40 (Prime) / £13.89 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 2 h, 38 m agoFound 2 h, 38 m ago
Bosch 2607010608 X-Line Classic Drill and Screwdriver Bit Set, 34 Pieces Sold and fulfilled by Amazon Excellent reviews Free postage for Prime members and orders over £20
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It’s a cold from me


these are garbage, cheap recycled metal used so the masonry bits lasts fot about 30 seconds.


Luckily someone posted an offer for a £7.99 time machine at B&M then... Great set this, perfect for 95% of quick DIY tasks.


They had the larger set for £15 on prime day

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Dyson handheld vacuum tool kit​ - £5 (Robert Dyas) - Free C&C
Found 10 h, 59 m agoFound 10 h, 59 m ago
Listed as Dyson handheld vacuum tool kit. I’m not sure which model this set is compatible with, amount of stock available or whether it’s Dyson branded but I thought I’d click and … Read more

Many 🙏🏻 thanks! Confirmation came through😘


Gutted I missed this, nice find OP


Just got one hopefully thanks for posting


Out of stock


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Karcher K4 1800w Pressure Washer - £135.20 @ Homebase
Found 11 h, 36 m agoFound 11 h, 36 m ago
Homebase have 20% off garden and power tools. Checked a few other retailers and this seems to be a really good price. No expiry date shown on website.
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Not sure about the usual price but checking the history on HUKD this appears to be a decent price for this. Heat OP :)


Hmm maybe it's up to 20% off, just checked their website and they have the previous price as £169.99. Guess it was more expensive there in the first place!!


This is the K4 X , it's usually £149.99 so not 20% off.

Ryobi One+ high torque impact driver - complete kit - just £87.20 with 20% off at Homebase
Found 20 h, 50 m agoFound 20 h, 50 m ago
Lots of good buys at Homebase with 20% off a wide range of home and garden power tools. I picked out this impact driver as it is the complete kit with battery and case and offers … Read more

1.3ah Vs 1.5 ah battery. Both are ok for an impact driver


Not sure if it’s the same but it’s now £80 on a different link


That's the same homebase which plans to shut 60 stores? You'd be well advised to pay by credit card, if the item breaks, and you need to take it back (but can't because they're closed down) you can always ask the card company for a "chargeback". Not voted either way, just sayng.


Had one of these for years and it's a great bit of kit


Seems to be limited stock in all the Homebase stores around me.

Milwaukee M12CPD 12v 44nm Brushless Combi Drill *body only* £65 Milwaukee Power Tools
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
There's been better deals if you're wanting the full kit, but as body-only this is a bit of a bargain I think. This is the brushless 12v combi with 13mm chuck and 44nm torque. The … Read more
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Sounds like an 18v combi will suit you better. The general rule of thumb is the larger the hole, the more torque and less speed is required. Generally, not exclusively.


I mean I've seen almost all the reviews, from my humble perspective it seems like it is the same speed as a top of the line combi drill. Which in all honesty is better for me as I do I have to drill large holes through wood quite often so a good combi drill is already on my list of items to buy. Thanks for the help anyway!


As the previous comment stated you can’t really beat an SDS for masonry jobs, would make hard work using anything else really. Also of course why SDS drills have SDS bits designed specifically for the type of work. I would say I have been blown away by the performance on the Milwaukee SDS, for a 12v unit it’s remarkable. Plenty reviews on YouTube.


You can't beat an SDS for drilling masonry, but then you're not going to be driving screws with an SDS, so it depends what else you've got really.


been wondering about this for a while would i be better off getting a powerful combi drill or an sds? how much faster drilling say a 10mm hole in brick than a a good combi drill is the 12v sds?

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Rolling 58 piece screwdriver set £7 at Tesco Crosspoint Coventry
LocalLocalFound 14th AugFound 14th Aug
May be store specific now that Tesco Direct has gone but worth checking if your local is nearby
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I had this set, lost a few though, they just rolled away when i put them down


£13.60 on Amazon Prime (and never ever below £9) and 4.3/5 on the reviews



Medium cut handsaw 21in Was £3.99 Now £1.00 (Free C&C) @ Wickes
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Medium cut handsaw 21in Was £3.99 Now £1.00 (Free C&C) @ Wickes (instore only)

Sharp deal


What's the performance like of sawing through bone?


only 4 stores in the country have them click and collect and two of those only have one at the time of writing. (shock) Cannock-9 Gloucester-1 Cribbs-1 Sutton London-2


Bargain Drill 18V COMBI DRILL £79.99 at Selco
31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Great price for this bit of kit. Comes with 2 batteries and a carry case. You have to add on VAT. Selco is trade only - you need an account to shop there.

Interesting so it’s like £95.99 inc VAT and you have to have an account to shop there. Or Travis Perkins identical drill but with 2 x 3Ah batteries etc and a bundle of bits to boot. £108 C&C available to everybody.


It's only £12 more, there's VAT to go on this price.


I agree at least 3ah will cope with everything you can give it


2 x 1.5ah batteries with this Bosch drill as opposed to 2 x 3ah batteries with the Travis Perkins deal at £24 more. Personally, I would shell out the extra £24 for the far more capable batteries.


It’s misleading to put the price with out VAT and then add it as a note in the description

Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless Combi Drill Kit 2x2.5Ah £80 Homebase
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Combination drill, screw driver and percussion drill to suit multiple applications. 13mm keyless chuck for greater accessory compatibility. Quick adjustment 24 torque settings for … Read more

This isn't the case with Ryobi, their batteries have been interchangeable since day one, and you can run original ni-cad tools on li-ion batteries and vice versa (I think you may need an adapter to go one way). The trouble is they screw you on battery and charger prices, so what seems like a good deal in the first place quickly sours when you need a new battery. Take the original post- the two 2.5ah batteries are worth £80 apparently. I won't claim to know all the different brand's prices but I know you'll be paying less for more with Makita, Metabo and Milwaukee.


have reserved thanks OP


Not going under quite yet only 42 stores so still another 200ish to go.


I mainly buy DeWalt or Bosch Blue. For the DIYer Ryobi are a good brand but you need to be aware for many cheap brands they change the design of the batteries so 3-4 years down the line when your batteries are goosed you can't get replacements although the power tool is still in good shape.


That's my boy

DeWalt DCS380n xr 18v reciprocating saw (body only) £100 @ Powertoolmate
31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
As title. Cheapest I could find it by at least £11.50. Free delivery Reviews here Think the same supplier has the 5 AmpHr battery for £53 too

Fyi, there are 2 on Amazon for less than £88 if anyone wants them. Gutted! They were 150 the other day


I have this - bought it a couple of weeks ago as part of my current fad (although to be fair I have used every one of the tools several times now). The reciprocating saw is brilliant (and like most powertools, dangerous if you don't use it properly). It's very powerful, and you could easily break your wrist if it binds so be very careful. You might also find yourself with tingling in your hands after using it on full whack (excited) As mentioned above, it's a battery killer - I have the 5ah batteries and it still eats those when doing anything intensive (recent example, cutting through some inch-thick ivy roots and also hacking a 3-4" tree stump to bits). It's a very versatile tool - so far I've used it to; * Cut up pallets for pallet-projects (with a wood/metal blade, it cuts through nails in pallets like a knife through butter) * Cut down a small tree (2-3" thick trunk) * Hacking various things in the garden * Breaking down an old broom handle so it would fit in the bin (my least exciting use but the one which led to my warning about binding above - almost pulled my arm off cutting that pole down). It seems that reciprocating saws use a standard blade (or at least DeWalt use a standard blade which is shared across many manufacturers) so you'd be hard-pressed to get the wrong blades. The bare units do not come with any blades so get yourself a multi-purpose pack off Amazon for about £12 - this will see you right for tackling most jobs. I've used the metal/wood and the wood blades for various tasks and they are very good for the price.


No blades, I'm afraid, just the bare tool. Pretty much any reciprocating saw blade will fit as they have a universal fitting. I personally tend to stick with Bosch blades as they nearly always do the job without fail. One of the great features of this saw, by the way, is you can can put the blade in four different angles - very useful if you need to work in awkward spaces.


Good to know, thanks. Do you know if it comes with any blades, and what size blades it takes? I've never had one of these reciprocating saws before


Got Powertool World to pricematch this a week or so ago. It's a very powerful saw that will cut through pretty much anything with the right blades. As has already been said it will eat through batteries quickly - and you really need some good anti-vibration gloves if you don't want your teeth shaken loose.

£12 Cheap Phaze  50 piece ratchet set at Halfords for odd jobs ideal for home
Refreshed 14th AugRefreshed 14th Aug
Ideal for odd jobs for novices like myself perfect for the occasional repair around the home, kids bikes etc, plastic casing a flimsy but I guess I can't complain for the price. Y… Read more

Yh been there and Screwfix and didn't have it. Ended up buying it on eBay for a 1/4" driver, wasn't expensive. Thanks guys for all the comments.


Bought the same set about 6 years ago and it's been brilliant. Bargiain for anyone looking for some cheap sockets


Have u tried Halfords? They sell individual sockets.


Ebay is the best place for random sockets at a good price. Stick to known brands and you should be fine quality wise. Halfords professional variety are well priced and solid. Teng are a good bet but a bit overpriced. And if you are willing to sell a kidney, Snapon is an option.


True agree, i need something for the kids bikes or when need to do the small odd adjustem etc.

Wickes Medium Cut Handsaw - 21inch  £1 - Limited Stock In Store Only
LocalLocalFound 13th AugFound 13th Aug
A robust all-purpose universal saw suitable for cutting all wood types. Double-ground saw teeth with a high quality steel blade Suitable for universal cutting Blades are coate… Read more

only 4 stores in the country have them click and collect and two of those only have one at the time of writing. (shock) Cannock-9 Gloucester-1 Cribbs-1 Sutton London-2


Great price thanks

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Any good deals in First Aid kits lol

Wickes Lightweight Bar Clamp - 6in £1 - In Store Only
LocalLocalFound 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Wickes Bar Clamps are ideal for lightweight material holding and gluing applications. 250kg pressure bar clamp Free sliding, heat treated I-Beam bar for strength Non explosive… Read more

bargain IF U can get


B&Q Wickes Homebase (well, some left) and are there any others? Screwfix but that's part of B&Q anyway. I find them all bloody hopeless these days. BARGAINS! Yeah, 3 or 4 in the whole bloody UK! The websites of all of them get worse, nearly half of the stuff is invariably OUT OF STOCK. The time you can waste (time is money!) it's easier to go to the store and have a look.


One in stock almost certainly won't be: probably one got nicked years ago and still showing on the stock system!


LOL 4 stores with stock in my area ... cannock 50 miles away and has 1 in stock :) then coventry 54 miles with 1 in stock.. its a wild goose chase..


Yup! I wonder, did the OP manage to buy one? I think this could do with expiring unless some people have managed to find the single remaining clamp in the entire country ;)

Titan 710w Hammer Drill Instore £20 @ B&Q
LocalLocalFound 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Spotted in the Crewe store. Had a few at the front of store. Already got two hammer drills so haven't bought one, but seemed like a good deal for £20. Closest I can find similar a… Read more
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whats this like compared to the one posted? £15 ?


I think SDS is the type of chuck that it uses. I think this is a standard 13mm chuck rather than the SDS fitment. And I think SDS can be used on just hammer action so it won't spin for things like chisels.


What's difference between this and sds?

Makita UC3541a 240v Electric Chainsaw £79.96 free collection or £4.95 delivery @ Anglia Tool Centre
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Looks like a decent price, currently reduced from £99.96. MAKITA UC3541A ELECTRIC CHAINSAW 240V New adjustment lever for easier tool-less saw chain / tension adjustment Adjustabl… Read more
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No deal, it has to be battery or petrol. No wonder this death trap is reduced!


Chainsaw with a power cable. What could possibly go wrong


I've got this chainsaw and it's not that good to be honest...chain constantly goes slack and it gets to a point where you just can't get it tight again


Do they ship these to Texas?


I find it harder chasing down teenagers when I'm plugged into the wall

Parkside Table Saw 2000W £99.99 @ Lidl (from 19 August)
19/08/2018Starts at 19/08/2018Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Really good price for what looks to be a decent table saw with laser. Be looking at at least ~£150+ for equivalent table saws elsewhere. ***Available from 19 August!***

Chainsaw ?


You need a track saw. They were in lidl a few weeks back about £70. May still be in store if you are lucky.


I have the Aldi version of this which appears to be identical bar the name- this seems a good price and it is just fine for non-precision stuff (everything I do...) but I don't think it solid enough for anything more exacting. It is rather noisy and the laser is a joke I'm afraid.


A track saw may also suit you. The Titan saw from Screwfix is well regarded for the money.


Try a circular saw (w/ a decent blade) and a guide (either hand made or purchased) if you dont have space. Made an entire desk using this method for the large pieces and the cuts are as perfect as you'd get with a table saw. Though for what you're saying a sliding mitre saw sounds like it'd be perfect.

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

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


Nope - will try again (embarrassed)


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I'm getting "The coupon code "FREE0811ALL01" is not valid." Showing at £3.04 :/

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