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08-03-2010, 11:39   #46
 
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After extensive research I have found the best places to buy on line are
  1. www.raygrahams.com N.I firm with free delivery to south (a big plus).
  2. www.toolstop.co.uk. prices in euro and automatically send vat free if you have your E.U vat no at check out. Also a flat postage rate.
  1. www.lawson-his.co.uk they have a huge range to choose from and have the very best prices for blades etc. 5 makita jigsaw blades for £2.00 ish cant be bad.
Toolstop have a makita ls1013 for €377 ex vat and Ray Grahams have same for £339 stg + vat free delivery
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16-04-2010, 15:46   #47
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Fully recommend www.lawson-his.co.uk

Very cheap postage to Ireland when I ordered and beyond better customer service.
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08-06-2010, 10:50   #48
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http://www.dick.biz/page/18_00_00_00...oge/detail.jsf

This is a link to a supplier of the finest of woodworking tools
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21-10-2011, 08:50   #49
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Bargain Alert

Aldi have a pack of three squares with aluminium stock and etched stainless steel blades for €5.99. All three were bang on square when tested against engineer's squares
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21-10-2011, 15:27   #50
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I dropped into two Aldi stores yesterday specifically to get these and neither store had any
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21-10-2011, 19:40   #51
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Is Arklow too far for you?
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25-10-2011, 21:41   #52
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Is Arklow too far for you?
Yeah too far. I didn't really need them anyway, I'm a sucker for deals
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25-10-2011, 21:52   #53
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That's a pity, they're a nice little set and they should last until they come around again
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02-11-2011, 22:18   #54
 
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I get stuff regularly from www.rutlands.co.uk , they alway have stuff on sale, and will also ship VAT free for those of you registered.
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02-11-2011, 22:44   #55
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anybody know where to get 20 degree full round head framing nails in strips in dublin kildare? need asap!
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10-04-2012, 21:26   #56
 
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Uk tool supplier

www.rutlands.co.uk
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23-06-2012, 13:41   #57
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This place has quite a few tools at ok prices http://www.jebbtools.ie/
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13-11-2012, 01:43   #58
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When many hobbyists or people doing renovations have finished their project, they find themselves with a ton of new and used machine tools that they no longer need or have room for. Some end up giving the tools away, donating them or even throwing them away. These people can make a lot of money by selling their tools, but many don't know how to go about pricing, advertising and selling the tools.

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17-11-2012, 18:37   #59
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A place in Drogheda called Eddies Hardware do sales quite a lot... and usually advertise all over the place.

I recently picked up a 50 litre compressor and the usual toolset that comes with it (spray gun, blower, tyre pump etc) for €160 which seems to better even the lidl and aldi 50 litre ones which were going for €200 last time I checked with no bits thrown in....

And the spray gun isnt half bad to be honest... I used it to lay down some gloss on some external shutters and it worked lovely.
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17-11-2012, 20:55   #60
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I could not find this link ? There is a hopkins machinery in Dublin http://www.goldenpages.ie/hopkins-ma...y-blackrock/1/ is this them ? I found this one but they are in New York http://www.hopkinsmachinery.com/ !!!!
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Good second hand woodwork machinery in Portlaoise, prices seem good to, check out the lathes.

http://www.hopkinsmachinery.ie/hopki...gMachinery.htm

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