What Tools you Packing ??

Discussion in 'Tool Talk' started by Hudson's Joinery, Mar 19, 2014.


What is you Favourite Power Tool Manufacturer

  1. Bosch

  2. De Walt

  3. Festool

  4. Hitachi

  5. Makita

  6. Milwaukee

    0 vote(s)
  7. Panasonic

  8. Ryobi

  9. Metabo

Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. itchyspanner

    itchyspanner Member

    some of what i use as of today:

    m12 drill driver
    m12 pipe cutter
    m12 sds drill
    m12 screwdriver
    m12 radio
    m12 torch
    V28 sds drill
    V28 combi drill x 2
    V28 cir saw
    V28 rip saw
    V28 angle drill
    V28 torch
    V28 radio
    M28 angle grinder
    M28 combi drill
    m18 sds drill

    XR 18v brushless drill driver
    XR 18v sds drill
    XR 18v combi drill
    XR 18v brushless impact driver
    XR 18v cir saw
    XR 18v rip saw
    XR 18v torch
    XR 18v multi tool
    10.8v drill driver
    10.8v screw driver
    10.8v impact driver
    10.8v rip saw
    110v sds max drill

    240v sds drill
    240v gop 300 multitool
    36v sds drill
    36v sds compact drill
    110v cir saw
    110v worm driver cir saw

    18v radio
    18v jigsaw
    110v jig saw
    110v 9" angle grinder

    110v mitre saw
    110v router


    paslode first fix gun
    bostich second fix gun
    aeg belt sander
    fraud 240v planer

    i have others stuff in the back of the shed or up the loft.

    my fave stuff is the dewalt xr range and the milwaukee v/m28 stuff.
  2. tom.plum

    tom.plum Screwfix Select

    I have a sds 24v drill, a 12v screwdriver and everything else needs no batteries,

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    Just for you Quality
  4. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    It's a good job you're sleeping on a mattress on the floor at your Mum's house and can afford to buy empty boxes.
    malkie129 likes this.
  5. pardon my bed is not on the floor and its not my mums house at all thank you and as for empty boxed my file is full of invoices that says differently:mad::mad::mad::mad: I feel a empty of the van is needed with all boxes open and saws on display photo is needed
  6. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    Who exactly are you trying to impress by your profligacy?
    Sean_ork and Phil the Paver like this.
  7. some old fella with a chip on his shoulder i think that why ya name is chippie coss u always have a chip on your shoulders ???
  8. Sean_ork

    Sean_ork Screwfix Select

    I don't think he has a chip on his shoulder, perhaps some wood shavings ..... all he was doing was to politely hint that your posts give the impression that you are a 6 year old, who having found a ten pound note down the back of the sofa, has hot footed it to the nearest sweet shop
    Phil the Paver likes this.
  9. I am not trying to impress any body what is it gang up on the new guy lol
  10. Phil the Paver

    Phil the Paver Screwfix Select

    it could be :p, it's a bit like someone coming into your local and then starts bragging about his Aston Martin in the carpark, he could be conceive as a bit of a ****, before people really got to know him and he turns out to be alright.:)
  11. Sean_ork

    Sean_ork Screwfix Select

    do Aston Martin do vans ?
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    I could not see right good miles to gallon if they did lol
  13. Phil the Paver

    Phil the Paver Screwfix Select

    No but they did make an estate car once, so that'll have to do to carry all your tools around in. :D
  14. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    What I was trying to say politely was STFU with the bragging about what tools you have and show what a tool you aren't by being a useful member of the forum.
    Take Tom Plumb as an example and you won't go far wrong.
  15. joiner1959

    joiner1959 Active Member

    The oldest working power tool I've got is a Black and Decker palm router.
    Mind you I still get out the old 'Yankee' screwdrivers now and again to show the young uns how proper joiners used to work.
  16. malkie129

    malkie129 Screwfix Select

    I've still got and use, a Black & Decker jigsaw, as well as a Yankee driver. :)

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