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    Gripper's Avatar Dexter's Apprentice.
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    What is your favourite tool or gadget that you own,mine is my laser level that I got for a tenner at Nettos,not used it properly yet but it draws nice red lines on the wall or ceiling

    All spelling mistakes and grammatical errors in my post's are intentional.

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    Double post
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    Jon L. Obscene's Avatar Canadain potatoes!!!
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    Mole grips, basic, simple but one of the most useful tools ever invented and has got me out of some tricky predicaments

    That or my Jackhammer

    Jonno

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    My favourite tool has to be my 'herb' grinder

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    My cordless electric screwdriver, use that more than any other tool. It's a Black and Decker one.


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    Jon L. Obscene's Avatar Canadain potatoes!!!
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    Wonder who's gonna say the obvious first I'm tempted

    @JP......that one of them 2.4v things that take 2 hours to pump in a 2" screw?
    btw, Toolbank based in Norwich or used to be anyway

    Always made me think of like a place where women go by accident

    Jonno

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    No it's 3.6 volt, with torque adjustment and it works fine for small jobs about the house.

    I have made a set of bunkbeds, wardrobe, chest of drawers and shelving units all with one charge, which is fine for me.

    I am unlikely to ever do more than that in one go.

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    I like wire strippers, I find them amazing, just clip it down on the wire and pull and it rips off all the rubber coating.

    Compound Mitre saw's pretty useful too but i dont have one

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    I also have a router.

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    `anyone from Argentina on this board?

    I need your help and if you can help me pM me

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