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  1. Dan
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    Dan I'm not a sparky but I know a couple ;-) Staff Member

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    Post a link to the last too you bought, and post a link to the next you're going to (or hope to) buy!
     
  2. Barry White
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  3. Dan
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    Dan I'm not a sparky but I know a couple ;-) Staff Member

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    Any drill in mind mate?
     
  4. amlu
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    amlu Trusted Advisor

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    wild east london
    http://www.ffx.co.uk/tools/product/Bosch Gsb16Re 3165140519298 Professional Impact Drill 240V 750W

    top of the range when comes to mains powered compact non-sds drill
    will happily go thru joists all day no problems with batteries wearing off.

    plus that little gadget. well made handle that takes sabre saw blades, space for storing 3 blades inside the handle when not in use. small enough to live in a small toolbag, comes very handy when you need a quick cut.
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Bosch-Han...abre-Recip-Reciprocating-Blades-/160900333252
     
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  5. Dan
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    Dan I'm not a sparky but I know a couple ;-) Staff Member

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  6. tomspark93
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    tomspark93 Electrician's Arms

    Mine was a Joakri cable knife and my next will be probably be a clamp meter in a month or so. I've just bought a van today as well:grimacing:
     
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  7. happysteve
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    happysteve Electrician's Arms

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    Nottingham
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    Dovecote Electrical
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  8. tomspark93
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    tomspark93 Electrician's Arms

    I wish Bosch would pull their finger out and make dab radio!!
     
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  9. telectrix
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Trusted Advisor

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    i can't remember what i had for breakfast, let alone the last tool i bought. think it's between a hitachi 24V sds drill and an analogue IR/cont.meter. my next tool should be a nail gun, help to construct my coffin from an old mfi wardrobe. buggered if i'm paying £500 for summat that's going to be burnt.
     
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  10. stantheman
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  11. LankyWill
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    LankyWill Electrician's Arms

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    Northants
    Bought a 12'' and 15'' set of ridgid spanners for glanding 95mm armoured. Next has to be a new combi as mine smells like a corpse when i use it. Im such a tool tart i am worried
     
  12. Rpa07
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    Rpa07 2000 posts - only 46379 behind Telectrix! Electrician's Arms

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    Bristol
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    Ebenezer electrical
    Don't be worried @LankyWill@LankyWill - you're amongst friends here.
     
  13. LankyWill
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    LankyWill Electrician's Arms

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    When anyone asks how much i pay for my tools, i instantly half the price i paid to avoid embarrassment.
     
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  14. Rpa07
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    Rpa07 2000 posts - only 46379 behind Telectrix! Electrician's Arms

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    I'm glad I'm skint whilst I'm training as when I see a real bargain I pounce - last purchase was £25 on a wickes multi tool cutter, down from £50 and easily comparable in power and build to the £79 ones. I'm well pleased with it. Such a useful tool to keep in the car ready for work.
     
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  15. nunthe wiser
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    nunthe wiser Active EF Member

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    North scotland
    Recently bought a earth leakage clamp meter, and got knipex plier wrench on the way. Next thing should be some sort of behavior shock collar that'll give me a belt when I reach for the switch card. Would post links but I'm useless.
     
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