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Tools at Aldi
#1
Ive just had a quick squint through the forthcoming Aldi Special Buys for the next few weeks.

Theres a tools special coming up and there looks 2 very fetching Allen Key/Torx sets on their way - both in hard briefcase type sets.

Obviously almost all adjustable items on bikes use an Allen Key or Torx bit - so if you are looking to increase your toolkit or just starting out - these look ideal.

The mose expensive kit is a T-Handled set for £14.99 - so a bargain.

I have a similar T-handled set, and they work brilliantly.

Work a look I reckon.
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#2
"BMJBOY" Wrote:Ive just had a quick squint through the forthcoming Aldi Special Buys for the next few weeks.

Theres a tools special coming up and there looks 2 very fetching Allen Key/Torx sets on their way - both in hard briefcase type sets.

Obviously almost all adjustable items on bikes use an Allen Key or Torx bit - so if you are looking to increase your toolkit or just starting out - these look ideal.

The mose expensive kit is a T-Handled set for £14.99 - so a bargain.

I have a similar T-handled set, and they work brilliantly.

Work a look I reckon.


Do you have a link to the info??
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#3
Theres no link to them specifically, although the offer starts on 11th Oct....

http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/Off...nday09.htm

I have a catalogue/flyer with ALL the tools on, the Allen/Torx stood out a mile as a good bike purchase.

I'll try and get a photo of the page or something.....
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#4
cheers i could do with a torx set.
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#5
Here we go:

Sale is 18th October....

T Handle Set:
8 Bal an dHexagon Keys / 8 Torx Security Keys
£14.99

71 Piece Bit and Hex Key Set
£6.99


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#6
Both look pretty good!
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#7
but are they made of Cheese?
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#8
"Jay Dubster" Wrote:but are they made of Cheese?

Probably not, they look much the same as my set I got off ebay - they should work fine.

Theyre no Snap-On or Teng tools by any means, but they'll work and add to anyones tool set.

Your 5mm allen tool will get a beating obviously as I think most bolts are 5mm on a bike - my set are still going strong.

Worth a punt - Im going to get the £6.99 set as its in a handy size case as I dont need the t-handle set.
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#9
Yet more evidence of how Kent was founded by and predominately populated by pikies
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#10
"Breezer" Wrote:Yet more evidence of how Kent was founded by and predominately populated by pikies

Care to elaborate on that if you are calling me a pikie?     Undecided
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