Lidl adjustable spanner with extra feature

  1. earthman Member

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  2. oddbob

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    Interesting and unusual mix ...would've liked to have been a fly on the wall during the brainstorming product development meeting for that one!
     
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  3. Kayos

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    Not interested in the spanner but jump leads for £10. I'm getting some. No need for the plugs but 7m of good cable is a bargain
     
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  4. fnlvder Forum Supporter

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    Doesn't look like good cable, says copper coated aluminium
     
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  5. Sean Another 602 fan

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    Aluminium so its not terribly sturdy jump leads are occasional or use once then loose items

    As for the ratchet, its so you can drive the sockets
     
  6. SierraV6 Member

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    The axle stands look ok for a tenner.
     
  7. Kayos

    Kayos Member

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    Nothing wrong with cca in the real world, I've used it in my inverter install, regularly run it at full capacity so over 100 amps continuous without issue
     
  8. Turbo Member

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    Don't bother, I have a set & they're very wobbly. :vsad: Handy to throw in the car for emergency's because they fold down but I wouldn't trust them for everyday use.
     
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