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  1. NDG Elecs
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    Now I have read numerous peeps on here saying they are worth the money, but I doubted it and refused to get a set. I put up with my cheap rods, some accessories and plenty of insulation tape.
    Having two nearly full rewires to do I thought stuff it and decided to get a set.
    They are brilliant. Excellent quality and they cover nearly every possiblity. I was aware of cable socks and seen them being used but had never used them before myself, and can only say they are such a time saver. And the magnet and chain are good too. My favourite is the really bendy 1m rod though, guess I am really easily pleased!

    If anyone reading this has pondered whether to get a set I would say get online and order one NOW, you really really really will not regret it!

    The only little niggle I have with the set is that they are around 3-4mm wider than the cheap set I have, which

    PS I don't have shares or any other interest in this company!!
     
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    Can you compleat the end of the sentence.
     
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    only after you've had a spelling lesson.
     
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    he's still got 3 years of his 15 year sentence to complete, allowing time off for good behaviour.
     
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  5. NDG Elecs
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    OK Anthony, I will just for you mate! Think I was going to say which........means you need to have bigger access holes if pulling a few cables through. And that sometimes space can be tight. The thinner diameter of the cheaper rods is defo the only possible advantage they have over the Mega Set.
     
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    It is an awesome set, the case is quite cool as well. Looks like you’re carring your pool cue around site.
     
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    I have to agree with the positive opinions. I started with a small set of Super Rods but have recently invested in the mega set. I can't fault them.

    Got me out of all sorts of situations with cable routing... particularly the super bendy nylon and the magnet and chain.
     
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    Are the attachments of the Super Rod set fit on the cheaper rod set?
     
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    still can't fault my trusty metal coat hangers though... they are the greatest tool never invented ...
     
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  11. NDG Elecs
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    NDG Elecs Electrician's Arms

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    Don't think so. I have used the £25-30.00 blue rods for years. They are not compatible with the mega set threads. Though they may be compatible with some other brands perhaps...
     
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    Did I tell you about the CK Mighty Rods set I won in a competition...........:sleeping:
     
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    did i tell you about the trained ferret i once had. stick a toy rat down 1 hole, ferret down the other, with a string round it's neck. job done, till he saw a real rat and vanished up a chimney, never to be seen again.
     
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    Classic Tel as always.
     
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