ToolPRO Glove Box Tool Wallet - 42 pieces $20 (Was $50) C&C/+ Delivery @ Supercheap Auto

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On clearance . For $20 its decent value and quite handy to have in your car. Don't forget cashback.

Product Details
A great set to keep in the car for any emergency repairs, this ToolPro 42 Piece Tool Kit covers all the basics to help you get back on the road. Covering most roadside repairs, a 6' adjustable wrench (shifting spanner) is included, great for tightening loose bolts or even battery terminals. A handy ‘snap-off' knife and set of pliers of also included, great for replacing split hoses whilst on the move. PVC tape for electrical repairs and a set of screwdrivers and screwdriver bits help out with the remainder of repairs, and a 9 LED torch ensures an illuminated work area, even in remote spots. All of this, plus much, much more is stored within a sturdy zip wallet.

Contents:

2 x Screwdrivers
PH2 x 100mm
5mm x 100mm
6-in-1 Stubby Ratchet Screwdriver
18mm Snap Off Knife
Magnetic Pick Up Tool
Tyre Gauge
6"Long Nose Pliers
10 x 25mm Assorted Bits
9 x 1/4"Drive Sockets: 4 12mm
1/4"Drive Ratchet Handle
6"Adjustable Wrench
PVC Tape
7 x Metric Hex Key Set
9 LED Aluminium Torch

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Comments

  • +34 votes

    Magnetic Pick Up Tool

    That's how I met my wife.

    Instant attraction.

  • +19 votes

    Got one for the car last week. I’d suggest adding some cable ties and duct tape if you plan on doing small repairs out bush.

  • +2 votes

    Is that you Mick Taylor?

  • +10 votes

    In all seriousness, add 5 things and you're actually not doing too badly for an emergency kit.

    1. Silicone tape - repairs burst pipes temporarily.

    2. Any-size pin socket (filled with pins that push in to move any size nut/bolt)

    3. Your wheel nut size-socket. (Spare wheel, of course, pin socket will usualy break on wheel nut torque)

    4. Test light, or pocket multimeter. (Modern cars, gotta be able to check a circuit)

    5. Length of 12ga wire (even the thinnest wire can trickle charge a battery).

    I might grab one of these.

    Soft case is key, because rattles can suck me. Other good cases if you're gonna diy is a kids insulated fabric lunchbox.

    • +2 votes

      A few good points, but 3 - your car has this already in your jacking kit.
      A small tool kit like this couldn't make use of a 1/4 or 3/8 drive wheel nut socket.
      Test light is a great addition, even if only to confirm fuses.

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        True, it will be a 3/8.

        Ive used one with an adaptor before, but chance of snapping the tool is high.

        Lets replace number 3 then, with a knife.

  • +1 vote

    I was considering the wallet organiser on its own last week for 15 bucks. Not sure if this is thr same but fot an extra 5 bucks its hard to say no to all the bonus tools

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    Silly question - is this useful for any minor household repairs or DIY stuff? Thanks.

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      Well yeah, it has most of the basic tools you'll need… Which is probably just a screw driver and spanner.

      Might need to buy a hammer

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        Thanks. I have a small hammer already. Yes. I was looking at the spanner. As I have some Ikea chairs and beds that need the spanner.

        • +3 votes

          An adjustable spanner is both the best and worst tool you can have.
          Always can be used, but never the right tool. I hate it.

          Spend $100 and get a nice sidchrome socket set from Bunnings. It'll last for generations, and will make life much easier.

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            @Salmando: Invest in a quick grip spanner.

            Those things that look like a crushed letter c that are spring loaded.

            They do NOT slip and are my new replacement for any previous shifter job.

  • +5 votes

    Best tool you can carry these days is a mobile and road side assist card. If a car breaks down these days it's almost certainly going to be electrical and not something most are going to be able to fix. This kit is one of those "can't hurt to have" things and for $20 it's not bad but it's unlikely to ever be used. If you're traveling remote areas then a tool kit is a must but you should be carrying something far more substantial than this and have the knowledge to go with it.

    • +8 votes

      These kits are incredibly useful to keep in the car, though not really for The car itself. Countless times I've found myself somewhere where I could desperately use a screwdriver or box cutter, and my car usually isn't far away if I'm away from the house.

      I'm getting this, because last time I got an outdoor table, it wasn't fully taken apart and I couldn't get it apart. Using rocks as a makeshift Allan key isn't fun

    • +2 votes

      Even in modern cars, pipes come loose (often small vacuum ones), wire strips off terminals, fan/accessory belts get loose, etc etc.

      I dont disagree that electrical is more common; but even in a "computerised car" , 10 years of wear will loosen…. Things.

      Ive saved many a traveller stuck at a servo in a modern car with a basic toolkit like this.

  • +1 vote

    $10 loyalty credit put to good use :D

  • +3 votes

    Kmart has a similar $20 40 tool set give or take a few tools inside a hard case.

    https://www.kmart.com.au/product/40-piece-tool-set/2119834?g...

    Still annoyed missed out on the other SCA 126 set earlier in week

    • +3 votes

      That Kmart toolset is not comparable in quality to the Toolpro kit. I would say it shouldnt cost more than 5 to 10 bucks. A friwnd got me a similar one and I cracked the handle of the bit driver the first time I used it, so was nearly useless.

      The Toolpro brand has generally good reviews and reports on this site, and come with a lifetime swap over the counter warranty at SCA. Its a completely different league

  • +2 votes

    Out of stock in Griffith NSW despite online saying it was available and the store computer listing 1 available.

    Reason given was that it had "probably been stolen." I love this town.

  • +1 vote

    Got one. Thanks OP. Although it doesn't fit in my glove box, quality for the price seems pretty good.

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      Is it that big or is your glove box small? Dimensions?

    • +1 vote

      Yeah wanted it to slot in to the service manual slot in my subaru - just a little too big but it fits in the spare wheel well.
      I must say for $20 absolute bargain! Not sidchrome quality but will get you out of a lot of situations or enable you to help others!
      Pleasantly surprised by the feel of the tools, pretty solid for cheapies.
      As suggested, some zip ties, better duct tape and a test light complete this kit.

      • +3 votes

        They arent really cheapies, SCA branded are the cheapies, these ones are their decent range. Not pro gear but trying to be which is good enough for most

  • +1 vote

    Thanks op got 1

  • +1 vote

    Picked one up and used it already. Will be handy to have these in the car for odd jobs when they pop up.

  • +2 votes

    But where will I keep my gloves?

  • +1 vote

    Am I blind or is there no puncture repair kit?

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    Good chat.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks, just bought one.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks. Picked up the last one at watergardens VIC

  • +2 votes

    Picked up a 2nd one of these today for my daily driver, have had one in the weekender for a year or more and its saved me a tow home more than once! Great bit of kit for 20 bucks.

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    Note this is clearance so may not be easy to find.

    None today at Ashfield, NSW.