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bodge64

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Just ordered a set,look good.
Even if they are NO SWEARING,at that price you can use them for stirring gloss.
Thanks for the link
cheers
 
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bodge64

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thanks. i'm just starting up and need to get some tools but money is very limited at the moment.
 
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gunner

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i have had no problems with them,better than stanley in my opinion
 
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Sparky-Tom

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I baught a set rougly a year ago(£30 I payed for them from that exact site! :( ) Ive had no problems with them, although the small terminal driver snapped a few weeks ago though. Highly recommended screwdrivers, CK Sensoplus screwdrivers are also good, but they are costly.

Hope this helps, even if i did babble on :D

Tom
 
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kung

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Used these at southern electric agree with others they are good and like others have said price is i wont swear either so their cheap as chips as the vicar would say !
 
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bodge64

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thanks everybody for your help.just ordered a set. now i'm after a decent pair of cutter that are not too gimmicky but do the job.
 
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Sparky-Tom

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thanks everybody for your help.just ordered a set. now i'm after a decent pair of cutter that are not too gimmicky but do the job.
What type of cutters are you looking for? I personally use:

Knipex 70 06 160 for cutting any cables up to about 8mm with ease. http://www.knipex.com/fileadmin/sit.../KNIPEX/Produktfotos/web/normal/70061604k.jpg

Also for singles cables and other similar tasks which require cutting, stripping and the use of ferrules i use Knipex 13 01 160 http://www.knipex.com/fileadmin/sit.../KNIPEX/Produktfotos/web/normal/13011604k.jpg infact I would go so far as to say, they are the best tool in my box, very versatile and very well built

Hope this helps

Tom
 
:confused: What word ? unless the word swear is a swear word lol :D
Forget the talk about tools, I want to know what the word was ;)

Does it begin with with 'S' ?
 
No, it didn't begin with an "s"
Although it does have four letters,begins with a "C" ends in "P" and means the same as the word that begins with an "S"
Da Vinci code solved!
God I feel dirty now,using that shocking language!
 
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Spudnik

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Chaps.

Most of use that use this forum are not really bothered HOWEVER, this is a public forum open for all to read.

You know the rules.

If you dont know them, read this:

http://www.electriciansforums.net/e...orums.net-forum-rules-updated-25-10-08-a.html

 
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Johnny Bravo

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bought these, not bad, prefer wera drivers from screwfix, due to better handle grip
 
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