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Irwin Vise-Grip 6" long nose locking pliers £9 with free click and collect @ B&Q
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Jaw Opening Max: 57mm. Overall Length: 150mm. Plier Style: Locking. Product Information Jaw capacity - 57 mm Features and Benefits Features a built in wire cutter which i… Read more
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barney69_259 m ago

Nice vise-grip always good quality


The original, and best in my opinion.

The first locking pliers, named Vise-Grips, were invented by William S. Petersen in De Witt, Nebraska in 1924.

Mole grips were developed by Thomas Coughtrie (1917–2008) in 1955, then managing director of M. K. Mole and Son.
Edited by: "Harley_Mick" 29th Jan
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manowarbruno5 m ago

what is that image with the price comarision??


Google screenshots from a search I did.
what is that image with the price comarision??
Nice vise-grip always good quality
Cheers. Need one of these for those moments when I'm doing for the loo but I know the closest toilet is half an hour away.
Soldering Iron Kit 60W Adjustable Temperature Welding Irons Tool - Prime £12.34 / £17.09 non prime Sold by ECmall and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Seems like a decent price but you need to ensure to click on redeem promotion...
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To be honest at this price I'd just buy a normal cheapy soldering station. You're unlikely to use more than a couple of pointed tips and maybe a chisel tip.

Plus using decent quality solder can make soldering 10 times easier
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ByronWellburn2 h, 18 m ago

Bought in November and it is a good iron. Very happy with it.


Thank you for update
Bought in November and it is a good iron. Very happy with it.
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Antito2 h, 10 m ago

Out of stock now. Shame as it seemed a good deal.Heat added anyway


Thank you
Out of stock now. Shame as it seemed a good deal.
Heat added anyway
DANIU 100g 63/37 Tin Lead Rosin Core 0.5-2mm 2% Flux Reel Welding Line Solder Wire - £2.27 Banggood
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Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
You can get this Flux Reel Welding Line Solder Wire for £2.27 at Banggood Be widely used in electrical and electronics, solder parts like circuit board, electronics devices and ot… Read more
Can't see any proper reviews of this make of solder, nearly all the Chinese sourced solder on Amazon get good reviews.
At this price worth a try.
Plenty of video's on YouTube saying how bad this stuff is,it will put you off soldering for life.
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Welding Helmet - £25.99 @ Sold by VE-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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some really good reviews on this, also seems to be a great price for a wielding helmet in general. Been looking for ages to find my dad a decent one for Christmas, it's a toss up b… Read more
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seaNNN2 h, 34 m ago

Not a great mask for the money. I'm a welder to trade and would never buy …Not a great mask for the money. I'm a welder to trade and would never buy this rubbish.


I don't know too much about them
Not a great mask for the money. I'm a welder to trade and would never buy this rubbish.
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Inked6662 h, 7 m ago

Now all I need is a really cheap welder


let me know if you find one haha
Now all I need is a really cheap welder
bo0td38 m ago

Thought it said wedding helmet at first glance. Been to a few where such a …Thought it said wedding helmet at first glance. Been to a few where such a thing would have been useful.


Exactly my thoughts too, the old wedding helmet lol
Mustool MT223 60W Adjustable Temperature Electric Soldering Iron Welding Rework Repair Tool - £6.33 @ Banggood
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I found a great price for this soldering tool for £6.33 with 5pcs Solder Tips I/3C/4C/K/2.4D 110V/220V Option. I hope this can help you a lot. Features: Adjustable temperature con… Read more
I've purchased similar iron in the past. They are all the same just re-branded. The adjusting knob does not work and even in the lowest position the tip glows red hot. It burns everything including wires rendering them useless. I am a cheap fu*k but one thing that I would not use is a *cheap* two pin Chinese soldering iron. I'm emphasising on cheap since China makes good products but this is a waste of money.
Following my earlier post, soldering irons are also good for plastic welding, such as cracked plastic car bumpers. No need to buy new or secondhand replacements.
Search YouTube Peters Garage.
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melted21 h, 43 m ago

CPC sell an adjustable temperature iron for £10.40, and a few quid cheaper …CPC sell an adjustable temperature iron for £10.40, and a few quid cheaper when they have it on offer:- http://cpc.farnell.com/duratool/d00803/soldering-iron-50w-variable-temp/dp/SD01674[Image] They're a UK based supplier, so it should comply with UK electrical safety regulation, which makes it worth the extra few quid. And it is fitted with a UK plug.Alternatively, here's a fixed wattage one with a silicone lead on offer for £4 :- http://cpc.farnell.com/duratool/d03174/40w-soldering-iron-silicone-lead/dp/SD0213006?ost=sd0213006&searchView=table&iscrfnonsku=false&ddkey=http:en-CPC/CPC_United_Kingdom/searchI have an Antex iron with a silicone flex myself, which I bought over 20 years ago.



Here's some other soldering offers on CPC

Solder Station for £12 :- cpc.farnell.com/dur…rch (note like the mustool iron it is not temperature controlled)



Tenma 60W Digital ESD Soldering Station £45 :- cpc.farnell.com/ten…rch



Hot air 300w rework station £48 :- cpc.farnell.com/dur…rch


8w ! SMD solder station :- cpc.farnell.com/dur…rch
Edited by: "melted" 5th Sep 2017
Electronics engineer here, would never go near a 12w iron for electronics or electrical purpose, wattage too low.

I have always used a temp control 50w iron around 350 to 400° but have gone higher when soldering large electrical wires to lugs etc.
Also use a gas iron when working with electrical stuff or for wiring in the car. But wouldn't use for electronics as it's too hot for that and the exhaust emits hot gas/air that could damage loose wires and connectors that may incidentally be there.
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Proveright3 h, 54 m ago

Not everyone wants to solder delicate electronics. I have several …Not everyone wants to solder delicate electronics. I have several similar cheap Chinese soldering irons and they do the job just fine. You can keep one in the car boot , others your tool boxes, etc. For instance car battery charger crockerdile clip became detached from its wire, resoldered simple with one of these.




But for just £4 you can buy an iron from a UK supplier and not risk electrocution each time you use it!
Parkside Arc Welder £39.99 instore @ Lidl from Thursday
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Seems a great price for a 100A arc welder. they also have an inverter model for £69.99: https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Non-Food-Offers.htm?articleId=2890 Any thoughts on whether that's… Read more
Bought the standard arc welder @ £39.99 a couple of weeks ago with a view to repairing a car trailer.
Am really pleased with the quality of this welder, had not arc welded for maybe 15 years and after a few attempts started to produce some quality welds.
Used grinder to clean up metal and area for earth clamp then used the Lidl 2.5 rods on 3mm steel, worked a treat - bargain!!
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I have just ordered a spare battery charger for a Parkside drill from Kompernass its over 14 dAY.stillnot appeared any one know if this firm. is reliable please
slevinkelevra

could this weld a car chassis?



​no
martroy

And if you were welding all day every day , you would not be using cheap … And if you were welding all day every day , you would not be using cheap kit like this, this is really only for hobbyist work, thin sheet metal, the odd bit of light tubing etc.



​wrong !?
croz123

There is only one way to learn ! You buy a kit capable of it. If it is … There is only one way to learn ! You buy a kit capable of it. If it is then you practice. So thanks for answering the question lol


Definitely! There are a lot of good welding forums on the net, so its best to start there
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Hand Wire Brush £1.54 Delivered @ thinkprice on ebay
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Heavy duty toothbrush with a comfortable grip handle Ideal for cleaning metal before welding, or your teeth, also works for smelly feet. Brassed wire Length - 265mm approx
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You want a steel brush for removing rust off tools and a softer brass wire brush for working on furniture, cleaning grout etc when steel may be too abrasive and cause damage. I'm not sure what this actually is? Hot price if it is really brass, I was struggling to get one less than £5 last week, saw some at £12.
Will this get rid of most...winnets and clinkers
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pound shop item


Not with delivery
pound shop item
good price hardly heavy duty for brass though.
Scan Cowsplit Leather Welders Gauntlets £3.75 del @ Amazon (sold by Langley Steelworks Ltd - under other buying choices)
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Was browsing the net for some welders gauntlets as I tend to do most Tuesday nights and came across these. They're £5.42 del with prime from Amazon, but under other buying choices … Read more
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Excellent, thanks. Bought for log burner. They actually seem to sell the same ones as log burner gauntlets.
Initial thought: cheap deal but will resist (I don't weld).

Then I read the reviews (you know, just to check I definitely don't need them) and useful for log burners, fire pits and even cutting prickly hedges. Result: sucked in

2nd review is amusing..
Awesome just bought 2 pairs! 1 for the log burner the other for feeding the crocodile
egonspengler

Cheers mate, I was just biting into a cheese & bean sandwich as I read … Cheers mate, I was just biting into a cheese & bean sandwich as I read your comment, I don't really feel like finishing it now for some reason....


are they also good to replace toilet paper and then wash??
bobo53

what do I do to check if nasty spiders are hiding inside??


Buy another pair, keep them in the fridge (spider-free), then use the second pair to protect your hands when you check the first pair.
7.5% off using discount code @ R-Tech Welding (welders and welding equipment)
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INSTRUCTIONS: Enter the voucher code when ordering to receive 7.5% discount, on R-Tech Welders and Welding Equipment. This code isn't advertised by R-Tech, however i rang to en… Read more
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No longer working! Really want the Tig160! Thanks for posting anyway
well the code still worked for me 10/1/2016.
Code still works 10-01-2016 :-)
Just used this code successfully on 28-12-15. You have to apply it on the first step of checkout when viewing the cart but it works perfectly. Why not use it on a shop soiled offer and save even more money!
Discount code just worked for me and gave 7.5%,pleasant surprise.(12/11/2015)
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