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Supercheap Auto Toolpro Tool Kit - Cantilever, 197 Piece $89.99 C&C

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Picked one of these up today, tools are of reasonable quality. Was $152.75 in store, had to click and collect from my phone and wait for them to grab it from out back.

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    That's very cheap indeed! Considering it includes a socket set…

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    Zip ties/elec terminals are not tools.

    The tools that are in there look very cheap, but I guess for the price it's reasonable. I just prefer to buy quality tools considering you can own them for life.

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      Strangely the first pic on the page shows SCA tools in the box, but the second shows Toolpro.
      While they may not be the best tools in the world, I've been happy enough with the Toolpro stuff I've picked up in the past (breaker bar, spanners and impact sockets to name a few), all at good prices. As far as I know Toolpro also have a lifetime warranty.

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        They are definitely Toolpro branded tools. They are much better value than cheap tools used to be. I have Kinchrome, Sidchrome and Stanley tools and I'd say the spanners are comparable to the Stanleys. And yep, lifetime warranty!

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          Not 100% sure… but wasn't Toolpro discontinued at SCA last year? SCA had 50% off sales on a lot of toolpro sets at that time…

          Edit: sorry mixed up Calibre with Toolpro. Calibre was discontinued in 2015.

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    Good price

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      yep great price

      of course most if not all of the tools are not of super high standard or even low end kinchrome standard but if you break them you're probably using them in a way that is beyond their expected usage

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    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/ToolPro-Tool-Kit-Cantilever-197-P...

    Get it here with the 20% off coupon tomorrow!

    Edit: says out of stock now… They're onto us?!

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    How does this kit compare to the Stanley one in the other deal? Are the brand's comparative? I went to have a look but only found the Stanley kit and it didn't appear to contain one for those big spanners that hubby seems to use a lot…But I have no idea about tools..

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