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Online Greybeard

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Hole punch going cheap!
« on: 13.11. 2015 12:07 »
For UK forum members: Aldi stores often have reasonably good tools for reasonable prices. I've just bought this hole punch set. May be useful for gaskets.

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Re: Hole punch going cheap!
« Reply #1 on: 13.11. 2015 13:00 »
Saw those GB when I shopped on Wednesday but have a couple of sets of individual ones.
I can also recommend their 10.8 LI-on cordless drill if they have any left
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Re: Hole punch going cheap!
« Reply #2 on: 16.11. 2015 10:33 »
Had a set for some time and can say they work fine , on gaskets and a set of garden curtains for our gazebo down the bottom of the garden bob
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Re: Hole punch going cheap!
« Reply #3 on: 16.11. 2015 18:58 »
Just bought a set from local  Aldi just the thing if like me you make most of your own gaskets. Thanks for Greybeard for highlighting these.

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Re: Hole punch going cheap!
« Reply #4 on: 16.11. 2015 21:46 »
added to my xmas list !
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