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    Default The last tool you purchased thread.


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    Fairly self explanatory and every time you buy a new one you can post it up here.

    Today I purchased this from ebay. 620 new and I got this one which supposedly has had 'very light use' for 200. And the guy only lives about 5 miles from me.
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    So what was your last purchase?

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    Default Re: The last tool you purchased thread.

    A stud and fastner set from Lidl, not quite n your purchase bracket but hey.

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    Default Re: The last tool you purchased thread.

    Pot riveter.

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    Default Re: The last tool you purchased thread.

    14.4 volt SDS Hitachi drill.

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    Default Re: The last tool you purchased thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by demographic View Post
    14.4 volt SDS Hitachi drill.
    Cool! What model, what's it like?

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    Default Re: The last tool you purchased thread.

    This app a few minutes ago, which should pay for itself on the current job alone.

    I'm getting lazy!

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    Default Re: The last tool you purchased thread.

    A box load of HSS drill bits after finding a bent 4mm bit in the 'DIY' set I had.

    Titan HSS Drill Bit Set 170Pcs | Screwfix.com

    Disposable at that price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redorzed View Post
    Cool! What model, what's it like?
    THIS is the one I got although I got it for 38 and not the 66 they are selling it for now.

    Its quite good and pretty much matches my expectations of it insofar as I expected it to be handy for going round buildings drilling 6mm holes an inch and half deep for floor mounted door stops and the like.
    I've put door casings into engineering brick walls with it and it doesn't last long per charge drilling 7mm holes 100mm deep in that.

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    Default Re: The last tool you purchased thread.

    I bought two twin packs of Aldi ratchet quick clamps, 500mm long ones, for a fiver a pair. They're obviously not top quality at that price, but surprisingly robust considering. They'll do for any light clamping duties, but there's a noticeable flex if you try and put too much pressure on, especially in the trigger bit. I've got several Wolfcraft quick clamps, which i've had for years and these will make a handy addition as it doesn't matter how many clamps you have, there never seems to be enough.

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    Default Re: The last tool you purchased thread.

    One of these, I think:



    Clarke CHT612 1.5L Oil Extractor - Machine Mart


    Unless you consider a generator to be a tool, in which case one of these:



    Clarke IG1000 1kW Inverter Generator - Machine Mart


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    Default Re: The last tool you purchased thread.

    Pair of these;



    And before that;


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    Default Re: The last tool you purchased thread.

    Just took delivery of a Supernova Chuck for my lathe


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    Default Re: The last tool you purchased thread.

    This thread is not fair as I cannot join in Can I post tools I've borrowed or been given instead?

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    Default Re: The last tool you purchased thread.

    One of these. How I lived without one I will never know. It's SO satisfying.

    Ocado: Yeoman Patio Weeder (Product Information)

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    I was after the Halfords Advanced pro ratchets in 1/4 and 3/8 drives, this whole set was only marginally more than the two ratchets, so it followed me home this morning courtesy of some birthday cash

    Halfords | Halfords Advanced 64 piece Socket Set


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