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Has anyone bought any of the Fluke side cutters, pliers or screwdrivers yet as I have seen them on YouTube and wonder if they are any good also been tying to find a uk supplier on line but no joy yet.
Unfortunately I am a total tool tart if it looks new and shiny I want them so if anyone has a link for them post in reply cheers
 
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Hiya Guys
Has anyone bought any of the Fluke side cutters, pliers or screwdrivers yet as I have seen them on YouTube and wonder if they are any good also been tying to find a uk supplier on line but no joy yet.
Unfortunately I am a total tool tart if it looks new and shiny I want them so if anyone has a link for them post in reply cheers
Not seen Fluke hand tools except for their pro tool range looks an expensive hobby though, by the way I'm the biggest tool tart on here so don't try and do a flanker on me , only kidding good luck with your search, RS Components may be a good starting point though.
 

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Seen a video of them on sparkychannel. Got to say they don't float my boat at all. The screwdrivers look like some I've seen before, Draper, Stanley maybe ?
 

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Yep,be nice to know if this is an "extension" of licence,and merely a doubling of another product.....in yellow,of course...
 

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Seen a video of them on sparkychannel. Got to say they don't float my boat at all. The screwdrivers look like some I've seen before, Draper, Stanley maybe ?
So CK or Knipex under the Fluke banner
 
Fluke screwdrivers...



FELO screwdrivers....



Pretty much identical, even that yellow sort of semi circle bit where the handle meets the shaft. And the hex bit just below. Only change seems to be changing to the slim shafts.
 

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different shapes require new moulds to be produced, so they may be made in same place.
however they don't look great in my opinion.
 

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Alpha Electronics, Cuthberson Laird and Microlease are approved fluke tool retailers in the UK (accourding to Fluke).
 

Andy78

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Just found a very similar looking driver in my bashing bag. Branded crownman, which appears to be a really cheap brand sold in New Zealand.
Mines great, been wedging up floorboards for the last 5 or more years no problem. IMG_20191105_161538794.jpg
 
For the pliers/cutters, these three lines are very distinctive...flukepliers.jpg

These lines can also be found on Orbis tools...

And Orbis Will are owned by Knipex.

Draper Expert seem to have the lines also, and Draper sell rebranded Knipex(probably actually Orbis ones in reality) tools anyway.
 

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