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as title. is this cool?
 
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as title. is this cool?
Deffo Dangles, wish I could afford Danglies like that, have to make do with what I have. Stop teasing Tel, you Bad Scouse Man.
 
I have seen the Klein tools version which looks excellent but at around $900 is way out my league
 

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Just spent £700 on new comp. I have spent my spending money for the next 30 years
 
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There was a post about this on the old forum a while back.
If you work out the price of the individual tools, you're left with a very expensive tool box (several hundred pounds IIRC)
The other downside is, being a rigid box, there's little room for additional tools. Also most sparks tend to prefer a mix & match (e.g. prefer Wiha drivers but Knipex snips, etc).
 

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Nice …… need to sneak em into the garage without the wife seeing them...
Yes but if She sees the Bank statement look out mate, believe me the "what the zzzz is this all about is hard to explain, believe me I know" tool tarts need lessons in BS ing wifes, and don't tell me you aint afraid of em cus you're a liar if you do. Especially after a tool show like ELEX, they aint all stupid blondes.
 

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Does anyone here own one?
 

littlespark

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Hurry up, lads. That eBay link now says “last one!”

Mines is a natural blond, with a little top up every now and then.
 

Pete999

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don't think my lady's got an "ever". if she has I ain't found it yet.
Typical Scouser misinterpreted every statement made by a non Scouser, proving that Scouse is a foreign language, Wack.
 

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Mutt's nuts!
Canine's cojones!
Nice kit...

Mine was a blonde when I met her...on further investigation,
NOT!
 

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Mutt's nuts!
Canine's cojones!
Nice kit...

Mine was a blonde when I met her...on further investigation,
NOT!
was that when you discovered the wooden leg?
 

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youse getting there. now sing along " You'll Never Walk Again Alone" :p :p :p
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Quick news flash, if you aint working at present and you have some free time on your ?hands Watch "Sky Arts" all about the Cavern club, Liverpool isn't it? you will enjoy I'm sure being the same age as me you may even see yourself when you were young, if you're memory is still working.
 

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Wooden leg?
Trust me, if I answered that fully, I would be banned!
However, while I discovered her non-blonde status, she asked " Is that a peg-leg, Pirate?"
I said yes, i have one, but that's not it!
Yew wooden't be-leaf it, but she said oak-y, and rose to the oak-asion, so we went to the beech fir some ash-letics and while trying to palm me off with some lime juice, I was branching off into tree-mendous foliage, reminiscent of Cypress, and now only hazel-y remember the pear before me, before I rode a dendron...

Ok, gone off topic...but don't forget the hazel nut in every bite!


I'll get my coat...
 

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There was a post about this on the old forum a while back.
If you work out the price of the individual tools, you're left with a very expensive tool box (several hundred pounds IIRC)
The other downside is, being a rigid box, there's little room for additional tools. Also most sparks tend to prefer a mix & match (e.g. prefer Wiha drivers but Knipex snips, etc).

Several hundred? I bet some of the chronic tool tarts on here will be thinking it's a bit more than that

I thought the same , collected good quality tools over last 10-15 years and wondered how much it would cost to replace as new, ie if they were stolen

Was a bit surprised to find it was around £1300 and I've added stuff since then !
It's not a large bag ( veto mc and meter bag) and I do have a couple of more specialised tools like crimpers which bumps it up a little...
 
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Several hundred? I bet some of the chronic tool tarts on here will be thinking it's a bit more than that
@edexlab I'm saying the empty box works out at several hundred £££
 

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Ah yes misread it sorry, wasn't having a dig I was just thinking about tool addicts and how much they spend on the next new shiny thing!
But even so when you look at just basic tools you already have and use everyday it can add up to a considerable amount
 
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