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REVERSIBLE ½" TORQUE WRENCH Was £24.99 Now £11.99 @ Screwfix C&C
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Reversible torque wrench for maximum usability. Robust metal construction and dimpled handle for increased grip. Includes plastic storage box, 3/8" adaptor and 5" extension bar. To… Read more
Bit of information on accuracy; 'Calibration checked before leaving factory to ensure its within 4% accuracy'
This is good enough for me for most of what I do. Obviously calibration can change with time/use. If I was rebuilding a gearbox and a few other jobs, I'd rather be using a higher end tool, and even that would need its calibration checking from time to time.
Ordered. A few left around Glasgow
Bagged one, the last one for miles by me. Taa OP. Have some heat.
Thanks OP ordered click and collect
Oos
Sealey AK624 Calibrated 1/2" Torque Wrench @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive) - £21.49
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1/2" Sealey Torque Wrench with a Calibration certificate. Cheapest it's ever been according to 3 camels and more expensive elsewhere; £30+ Mayneed to go to other and choose Amazo… Read more
bigbaz14 m ago

You say this like it's the norm at this price to come with a calibration …You say this like it's the norm at this price to come with a calibration certificate, I suggest you check the other torque wrenches on Amazon.


I wouldn't use an uncalibrated one for anything other than a long ratchet.
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Now gone up to £30.99, hope this helped a few people grab one for a good price!
Harley_Mick16 h, 16 m ago

Even Aldi and Lidl ones come with a calibration certificate, Sealy are …Even Aldi and Lidl ones come with a calibration certificate, Sealy are just importers of foreign mostly Chinese tools


You say this like it's the norm at this price to come with a calibration certificate, I suggest you check the other torque wrenches on Amazon.
Inquisitor4 h, 16 m ago

Can I ask what do people use an 1/2" for as opposed to 3/8"?I work on a …Can I ask what do people use an 1/2" for as opposed to 3/8"?I work on a few cars (and I have both variants) but I have found that most of the time the 3/8" is more versatile. Only thing a 1/2" I've used on properly are wheel nuts, and tbh you can go by feel after getting used to what it's supposed to be done up to.


Hub nuts - can be easily over 200NM, and it needs to be right or the wheel bearing life can be decreased.
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Inquisitor37 m ago

Can I ask what do people use an 1/2" for as opposed to 3/8"?I work on a …Can I ask what do people use an 1/2" for as opposed to 3/8"?I work on a few cars (and I have both variants) but I have found that most of the time the 3/8" is more versatile. Only thing a 1/2" I've used on properly are wheel nuts, and tbh you can go by feel after getting used to what it's supposed to be done up to.


Rear axle nut on the motor bike, which needs to be torqued up to near 100. The sprocket nuts too. The half inch and longer length gives better leverage for the higher torque settings
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Milwaukee M18BIW38-0 18V Li-Ion Compact Impact Wrench 3/8" Body Only SAVE over 25% RRP £134.44 @ Toolstation
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SAVE £34.46 Works with all Milwaukee M18 batteries. • No load speed: 0-2450rpm • Max torque: 210Nm • Impact rate: 0-3350ipm Requires Li-Ion battery: 2.0Ah 39390 , 4.0Ah 19197 … Read more
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csi_guy50 m ago

It’s pronounced Mill-EE-walkay


Which is Algonquin for 'The Good Land'”

The battery costs just as much as the drill ffs. If you don't use them enough the batteries only last 10 minutes before they need charging.
It’s pronounced Mill-EE-walkay
Half Price Tool Sets with code @ Halfords ie 4 Piece Pliers & Wrench Set / 48 piece Stubby Tool Set / Advanced 8 piece Screwdriver Set / 58 piece Ratchet Screwdriver & Bit Set now all £9 each C+C
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Husband just had an email through from Halfords with a code HPTOOLS that takes 50% off selected Tools, I've had a quick look & can find 4 sets that it works on (though have a p… Read more
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Ozzie11th Oct

they always use these items to do the usual ' half price discount ' , …they always use these items to do the usual ' half price discount ' , after they've doubled the price the screwdrivers are very good quality to be fair but I've never seen them at £18, got mine for £7


Halfords 4 Piece Pliers & Wrench Set
£9
SAVE £9
Was £18 *

from the op's link, without a code
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jcr14 h, 48 m ago

code not working for me


Strange, just tested & working fine on the items in the OP
code not working for me
For Halfords stubby tool..where can I get bigger heads (caps) to open large things, like Oil Cap Filter from my VW Golf 5..??
The screwdrivers are very good and worth every penny. Like others have said, I've never seen them at £18 though. In fact, they were "half price" from £15 down to £7.50 a couple of months ago.

Still a good deal so voted hot, as they're definitely worth £9
Challenge Micrometer Torque Wrench £9.99 .Free delivery Argos on eBay
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Range of the Torque Wrench is 28- 210 NM.With 5 inch extension bar.
A nice bonus with this is the thinner profile on the ratchet. Had to change an auxillary belt on a car and this was the only ratchet that was thin enuf to fit the gap. Has paid for itself already!
MAdam98

Not the most accurate. Better than feel tho..


In all honesty, I'm not sure it is. Maybe for some people, those who have no idea what torque feels like, but I do have an older version of this and it always gives an inaccurate level, either too low or too high.
And tbh, I'm almost certain mine is better made than this version.

Use if you have no idea of what torque to put on a fastener, otherwise trust your instincts, or buy a better one.

Either way, don't use this for important torques..not that anyone would, I'm reasonably sure.
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MAdam98

Not the most accurate. Better than feel tho..


Oh Matron!
Cold no use for the hub nuts on my Veyron.



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Bahco Electronic Torque wrench 1 / 2 "14 x 18 MM 34-340NM £138.99 Amazon
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roduct Description Bahco electronic torque wrench 1 / 2 "14 x 18 mm-No IZO D-340 34–340NM Box Contains 1 x Bahco IZO-D-340 Electronic Torque Wrench 34-340 Nm Amazing price for b… Read more
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it broke my teeth ,useless going back to my Oral-b.
ilikewatch

3/8 model still available for £162.02 with an rrp of £790! h … 3/8 model still available for £162.02 with an rrp of £790! http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bahco-Electronic-DREHMOMENTSCHL-5-135NM-Memory/dp/B007257V58/ref=sr_1_36?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1460274832&sr=1-36&keywords=Bahco



​Also available for £121.82 amazon.co.uk/Bah…135
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3/8 model still available for £162.02 with an rrp of £790! h … 3/8 model still available for £162.02 with an rrp of £790! http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bahco-Electronic-DREHMOMENTSCHL-5-135NM-Memory/dp/B007257V58/ref=sr_1_36?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1460274832&sr=1-36&keywords=Bahco



​Over kill. know these on offer but who in their right mind would spend £120 let alone £700 on a Torq wrench when a £30 one would do same job????
3/8 model still available for £162.02 with an rrp of £790! amazon.co.uk/Bah…hco
Powerfix Torque Wrench Set £15.99. At Lidl
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This actually came available last Thursday (1st October) but just seen it in the latest store mag so stock may be limited by now. In the box,apart from the wrench,it has a 1/2 " ex… Read more
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matty_doh

Hello there Captain Passive Aggressive,At what point exactly did I say CE … Hello there Captain Passive Aggressive,At what point exactly did I say CE was a European standard? I said that Lidl tools are TUV approved which has stricter controls than CE which is entirely true and something you appear to agree with. If a manufacturer agrees that the product they are manufacturing complies with CE requirements and is willing to take responsibility for that product they can apply the CE mark. It is also mandatory for certain products, including measuring instruments. TUV testing is done independently and has much stricter controls over when the mark can be applied and poor quality tools will not meet the requirements and therefore will not be permitted to display the TUV mark. But yes, I do work in a lab – admittedly not one that works with approvals, I’m a materials engineer for an aerospace firm.


So you agree that the CE mark is applied by the manufactures themselves on self governance and not that the CE mark requires approval, which is what you said in your first comment: 'tighter tolerances than the more common CE approval' correct? CE marks virtually has no relevance with manufacturing tolerances, it's main purpose is to serve as some sort of assurance that the products meet the minimum safety standards so that people won't get poisoned, electrocuted or blew themselves up. My concern is that a lot of people outside engineering think that the CE mark stands for some sort of quality approval, well it isn't! It's as good as RoHS. Also certification like TUV cost money from around 10k for simple devices to hundreds of thousands. The cost of putting on the CE marking? Absolutely zero! I thought lab technicians/engineers are very well versed in testing standards, I'm not specialised in this area and often need to call them up to make sense of codes like ISO 527-5, ISO 1268-1 etc.
hardbast

Do you really work for a lab? you probably need to read up on … Do you really work for a lab? you probably need to read up on certification process. CE is just a self declaration that a product conforms to the relevant legislation within the EU, it does not mean the product is certified to meet any standard. Don't fool the general public into thinking CE mark = European Standard. TUV, ISO and BS these are the marks people should look out for.



Hello there Captain Passive Aggressive,

At what point exactly did I say CE was a European standard? I said that Lidl tools are TUV approved which has stricter controls than CE which is entirely true and something you appear to agree with.

If a manufacturer agrees that the product they are manufacturing complies with CE requirements and is willing to take responsibility for that product they can apply the CE mark. It is also mandatory for certain products.

TUV testing is done independently and has much stricter controls over when the mark can be applied and poor quality tools will not meet the requirements and therefore will not be permitted to display the TUV mark.

But yes, I do work in a lab – admittedly not one that works with approvals, I’m a materials engineer for an aerospace firm.

Edited by: "matty_doh" 7th Oct 2015
matty_doh

I have one of these and it's excellent. I work in a Mechanical Test … I have one of these and it's excellent. I work in a Mechanical Test laboratory equipped with calibrated torque testers. I've had mine two years and checked it when I first got it and then again recently for a torque critical job (Cylinder head bolts into aluminium block) and both results were within 1Nm of nominal. Lidl tools are typically higher quality than other budget brands as the majority are TUV approved which works to tighter tolerances than the more common CE approval.


Do you really work for a lab? you probably need to read up on certification process. CE is just a self declaration that a product conforms to the relevant legislation within the EU, it does not mean the product is certified to meet any standard. Don't fool the general public into thinking CE mark = European Standard. TUV, ISO and BS these are the marks people should look out for.
compadre

Goodness me jase have they got you mending the trolleys at Morrison's now?


He'll be busy soon picking up all the discarded Match and More cards from the car park after they gave up trying to price match Aldi and Lidl.
I have one of these and it's excellent. I work in a Mechanical Test laboratory equipped with calibrated torque testers. I've had mine two years and checked it when I first got it and then again recently for a torque critical job (Cylinder head bolts into aluminium block) and both results were within 1Nm of nominal.

Lidl tools are typically higher quality than other budget brands as the majority are TUV approved which works to tighter tolerances than the more common CE approval.
Challenge Micrometer Torque Wrench £14.99 @ Argos
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Click n collect.....good reviews. Product description / spec 1/2" drive. This Challenge wrench is a staple item for any tool box. It's a torque wrench, so you can set and adjust… Read more
Nothing wrong with this wrench I have one and it's accurate as long as you reset the spring back after every use, used for my mountain bike
Nope 1/4 inch. There is a 3/8 they've discontinued. Just need to make sure you have suitable adapters.
pedropecker

A 1/4 inch drive torque wrench? or do you mean 3/8 drive?



Edited by: "bocosrs" 3rd Jul 2015
Anybody buying this or any similar torque wrench, be aware you must wind them down to 0 after use, especially if the will be stored for long periods, or the next time you use it, it will be wildly out of calibration and I mean wildly as I found out the hard way
Had this exact model for about 6 years I keep it in the back of the car the only issue I had was with one of the adapters sheering off so bought a higher quality one.

I use it for wheel bolts.
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MaximusRo

Why? Can someone explain? I just need a wrench but I was thinking about … Why? Can someone explain? I just need a wrench but I was thinking about buying one of these and just not use the torque adjustment.


It's fine for your use, but it's a bit like using a TV for listening to radio.
For people who need a torque wrench, this is worse than having no torque wrench
Wera 7000 Series 1/4 Inch Torque Wrench (1Nm to 25Nm) £90.52 @ Amazon
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Top quality torque wrench from Wera. Torque range of 1Nm to 25Nm is ideal for cyclists and motorcyclists. Best price ever at Amazon. Yes, there are loads of cheaper torque wrenche… Read more
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Wera is a quality brand. I love Wera tools.!
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mredealer

This is about the normal price for this wrench. 29p cheaper at the … This is about the normal price for this wrench. 29p cheaper at the regular price from My Tool Shed and free delivery. Excellent wrench though. I have one but paid just shy of £80 on offer for it.



Ah right. I was just looking for a good quality 1Nm to 20(ish)Nm torque wrench and noticed this was the best price it had been on Amazon so decided to post it just in case it benefited anyone else. If it's not a particularly hot deal I'll expire it.


Edited by: "ScoobyStoo" 21st May 2015
Don't know if your joking Gonz, but that's not how it works...
If I do my nuts up to 125nm do I have to do it 5 times?
This is about the normal price for this wrench. 29p cheaper at the regular price from My Tool Shed and free delivery. Excellent wrench though. I have one but paid just shy of £80 on offer for it.
Aldi torque wrench only £6.99 @ Aldi (Wigston)
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Just picked up a torque wrench from my local Aldi for £6.99. Original price £15.99. Perhaps not the most accurate on the world but still a solid tool and will provide much better l… Read more
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I don't think any serious mechanic would even consider this.!
Just passin by when i heard this enormous brewha ( i think thats how you spell it)regarding Aldi German engineering tools.
My only Aldi experience of buying some engineering product was a few yrs ago. I was in Aldi shopping when i saw this big ad poster for an electric sewing machine for £60. I thought the price was right as i only wanted it to hem the bottom of any new pair of jeans that i bought. To cut along story short the needle jammed when i was hemming my jeans( It can jam for a number of reasons regardless of being cheap or expensve). I took it to my local sewing machine shop, I was told it was cheap and had limited use, i said i did nt mind cos i wasnot going to make a suit. He showed me a Brother sewing machine which had a built in computer program for all the countless styles, double stich, buton holes and zip sewing to name a few things. He offered to take the sewing machine in part exchange plus cash for the Brother sewing machine( I paid £180 for the Brother sewing machine ). Yes i have jammed it but i have been shown how to prevent it , how to unjam it and any help is given free of charge. I cant thread the needle on the machine automatically but the sewing machine shop do it for me free of charge as well as demonstrating how to use the different sewing patterns and what needle is suitable for heavy denim as opposed to chiffon. Lidl would not have been able to offer me this kind of service cos they dont specialise in sewing machines and that is the problem when you buy practcal equipment from Lidl, they dont have the expertse in the way of advice or experience with regard to certain equipment. So this should be borne in mind. Having said that i have gone to Poundland and bought tools for a pound and found they have worked and continue to work.even though it cost one pound.
katielooop

nope theyre trialling a new thing its to encourage new customers into … nope theyre trialling a new thing its to encourage new customers into aldi using the discount voucher, no aldi staff are allowed to 'promote' the paper or its vouchersunfortunately


Is your comment meant as a reply to my question about the £5 voucher?
I didn't understand what you meant though, are they discontinuing the vouchers?

You got conned bet you bought bloody snap on, rollson clearly the way forward

Oneday77

Remember the quality and accuracy of this will be rubbish. I tried to … Remember the quality and accuracy of this will be rubbish. I tried to check the Hub nut torque on my Veyron and the mounting bolts for the engines on my 747. It was so out of it's depth, I ended up buying one for £2,000 to do the job properly. £6.99, what an absolute waste of cash.

fireuptheroof

Certainly. Its 28 to 210 Nm



Thanks, even for a cheapo thats a good price, heat from me and a visit to Aldi tomorrow.
Torq Combination Wrench Set @ B&Q - Was £17.48 now £5.54
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Torq Combination Wrench Set @ B&Q Was £17.48, now only £5.54! Be quick, there is still stock available but some stores are out of stock. Made from durable chrome vanadium st… Read more
bought in leyton for 5.94 look good
Just bought from leyton for £5.94 lool fantastic and really good quality
Well I ordered on c&c but then went into store and picked one up only to then put it back as they said they couldn't cancel the c&c. They then rang me the next day saying they only had one set left and there was 2 missing! This was in the Nottingham store, so you must have taken the last 2 full sets!
Nottingham have one set left, they did have 3 about 30mins ago but I brought two sets!
Funny that the 12 set pack is at full price at £14.98. So how can a 7 piece pack be £17?

That put me off the idea of getting some.
Sealey STW1012 Torque Wrench Micrometer Style 3/8in Sq Drive 2-24N £27 @ ffx free del
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Lowest prices torque wrench made by Sealy. Chrome Vanadium steel ratchet head with smooth action mechanism. Calibration tolerance in accordance with BS EN ISO 6789:2003. Scales gr… Read more
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coalfield

Do you just use the sockets from a standard socket set with this? Also … Do you just use the sockets from a standard socket set with this? Also is the range on this good for home / car use?



yes to both questions.
Do you just use the sockets from a standard socket set with this? Also is the range on this good for home / car use?
bigbaz

Of course it will be accurate out of the box, it comes with a calibration … Of course it will be accurate out of the box, it comes with a calibration certificate.




Believe what you want but I assure you, it wont. It's cheap to buy because it was made cheaply. As I said, it is what it is but don't trust it with your life or anyone elses.
BORIS397

Its for bikes not cars. e.g. stems, seatpost clamps but not bottom … Its for bikes not cars. e.g. stems, seatpost clamps but not bottom brackets etc. I was going to buy this last week but then bought this X-Tools one 2-24Nm instead for £24.CRC X--Tools



Thanks for explaining.

I

bagga212

bigBAZ if it dont wrench anti clockwise, do i just risk it.... cant be … bigBAZ if it dont wrench anti clockwise, do i just risk it.... cant be that much of a risk really ?


If they are awkward I would take the advtce of HerWorseHalf in comment 19. Run the engine and penetrating oil.
Silverline 633567 Torque Wrench 1/2-inch Drive 28 - 210Nm @ Amazon - £16.85
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Good price for this, Lidl do have it cheaper sometimes but 85p for better customer service, a lifetime guarantee and free delivery make this a better deal IMO. Very handy for tight… Read more
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Not something I would recommend. CCS is what I call Silverline. The first C stands for cheap. That is true by the price. The second C represents somewhere I frequent once a week and the S is well........describes quality of stuff I have had with Silverline, Challenge, Rolson etc etc. Yet I still have some black and decker stuff from 20 years ago and now only buy Bosch, Ryobi for power tools and Stanley / Draper for hand tools and even their quality seems to have worsened over the last few years. I bought a Draper stanley knife a few weeks ago and it was as light as a feather. About half the weight of the one I bought 20 years ago.
silverline is truly awful. We tried using at work for our engineers but it all just fell apart, from pliers to tool trolleys, if it was free It would be overpriced. May just about be ok for diy use...maybe...
I wouldn't say that Silver line is "good quality"as stuff that iI've bought is cheap crap, that doesn't last very long. It would probably fall apart if used to torque 210 NM.
Had this for a couple of years, works fine and has the handy 1/2" to 3/8th adapter

28 to 210 Nm and comes with a short 1/2" extension and three 1/2" sockets (17, 19 and 21mm)

worthinger

Unfortunately Aldi don't seem to say what the torque range in on their … Unfortunately Aldi don't seem to say what the torque range in on their item.I have this one and two others - to cover the whole range of applications.



28 to 210 Nm and comes with a short 1/2" extension and three 1/2" sockets (17, 19 and 21mm)
Torque Wrench Set with 3 year Warranty £15.99 @ Aldi
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Available next week I'm not suggesting this be compared to Halfords professional. If your looking for a cheap Torque Wrench and heading to eBay/Amazon then consider this for rough… Read more
Thanks got one

Looks the same as the silverline one at amazon but this comes with a few extras.
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adilkhokhar93

This is in-store on thursday correct?or is it all this week.thanks


In-store from Thursday
This is in-store on thursday correct?
or is it all this week.
thanks
frownbreaker

Ah OK thanks I'll take a look at the one at Aldi



You're most welcome.

Some people who own a Trade Card don't feel obliged to let others know this fact.

To be totally honest, some things you purchase aren't much cheaper than looking elsewhere, with the main exception being bulbs which are considerably cheaper.
frownbreaker

Ah OK thanks I'll take a look at the one at Aldi



im in the trade so just showed them a payslip. my brother in law however isnt, and just made up a payslip on A4 paper on word, which they accepted.
torque wrench - £4 instore @ ALDI
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torque wrench from st andrews fife scotland aldi reduced from £15.99 to £4. might well be nationwide...what a deal!!! should have bought them all. had quite few in stock today. S… Read more
Had a couple in my local, no price on them so I took a chance at the till; full price at £15!

Still bought one though.
Not reduced in Birmingham selly oak branch
None in my local / Seven kings
bargain!
Car wheels normally 100-120.
Sealey 3/8-inch sq 2-24nm/1.47-17.70lb.ft Torque Wrench Micrometer Style Drive £27.47 @ amazon sold by Tools4Trade.
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I use this for my mountain bike on delicate bolts to prevent over tightening and ruining my baby! Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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Thanks for posting anyway.
Please expire. I ordered this item and now they have cancelled the order!

Tools4Trade are a bunch of clowns and should be in a circus!
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oldbillbailey

not particularly but all the big brand ones are extremely expensive & I … not particularly but all the big brand ones are extremely expensive & I couldn't justify tge price for what I need it for.



I see your point, thanks
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not particularly but all the big brand ones are extremely expensive & I couldn't justify tge price for what I need it for.
is this a good brand, have been after one for as long time?
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