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Sparky_Ben

As above can anyone recommend a good set, i try to avoid the cheap stuff, and also of a decent quality piece holder, preferably the screwdriver looking type.
 

mayfair

Electrician's Arms
cpc.co.uk do a makita set, facom do seperate bits expensive but strong they also do a nice handle
 

The Finch

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Snap on here but not cheap could check that well known online auction site think I've seen them in halfords and some of their kit seems decent quality and guarantee
 

telectrix

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i bought a set. hex with hole in, torx, and other ones, about 20pcs. in all. was from one of the wholesalers, can't remember where. fits my snap-on ratchet purrfect.
 

i=p/u

Electrician's Arms
CCTV / Alarms
hmmm are we on about screwdrivers for opening security cameras . funny shape ones.... naw,aye tell me
 
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