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ToolPRO 12V Mechanics Power Tool Kit $119.99 C&C Only @ Supercheap Auto


With Father's Day in 10 days' time, SCA has taken 30% off the RRP of this item.

Not as cheap as a couple of months ago $99.99.

From what others have said, it's better than the Ryobi 18V Ratchet Wrench
I dont need one, but want one anyway.

Description below from SCA:

Compact 3/8" drive impact wrench with 80Nm max torque
Slim-profile 3/8" drive impact ratchet with 45Nm max torque

3/8" impact sockets in a range of convenient common sizes with a 3/8" -> 1/4" adapter
12V Li-ion powered, with 2 x 2.0Ah Batteries and fast charger

All ToolPRO power tools are covered by a 3 year limited

Tool Kit Includes:

3/8" Drive Impact Wrench
3/8" Drive Impact Ratchet
10mm, 11mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm, 15mm 3/8" Drive Impact Sockets
2 x 2.0 Ah Samsung Cell Batteries
240V Fast Charger

This is part of Father's Day deals for 2021.

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closed Comments

  • I got this last time. Handy kit. Would buy again.

  • would be good if they made a kit for the 12v ratchet alone

    • I bought the ratchet skin + the dremelwannabe kit

  • The batteries look similar to the Milwaukee M12 I wonder if they fit?

    • +3

      I've got both, they do not fit.

      • cheers, thanks for the response. The 12v Milwaukee are great and cease to amaze with the power but the batteries are not cheap.

        • +1

          FYI - The old Ryobi batteries fit the Milwalkee (but u need to remove the outer plastic sleeve from memory). I bought myself a cheap Ryobi 12V battery and charger a few years ago as a spare for my Milwaukee hackzall- worked a treat!

        • you can get cheap batteries off ebay. like real cheap. im a tradie and absolutely thrash the batteries day in an day out and they're awesome. only slightly worse than the real ones, but like a fifth of the cost

  • great price. one skin is usually >$50 on its own.

  • +1

    Not bad for $99.99

  • Got these when they were $99. Hardly used them, but was surprised when the ratchet got my sump plug off without me having to help.

  • I saw this deal last time, whilst contemplating whether or not o should buy it, realised you could just buy a cheap adapter and plug it into your existing drill.


    Less clutter as well