On the hunt for a DIY deal? There's no better time to finally conquer that DIY project you've been wanting to tackle than now, with Black Friday and all its deals approaching. Shop with us to ensure you don't over pay on anything from step ladders to electric saws, trowels and even tool bags.
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CURRENT DIY DEALS
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Ideal for levelling, spreading and finishing, this trowel is a bargain at just five pounds. It's reduced to clear, too, so hurry!
Because you can never have too many screwdriver bits, and more often than not, the one you're looking for is of course missing. Grab this colour coded screwdriver bit set to avoid just that. It features 32 different sizes inside a plastic case.
Featuring rigid base and strong shoulder straps, the Fatmax Tool Bag is ideal for any job, big or small. Inside its compartment it has interior tool loops and it's made from heavy duty 600 denier fabric with leather reinforcements for durability.
Got DIY on your mind? This finishing sander can be used for a range of different jobs around the home, and it currently has £8.99 off. A bargain if you're asking us.
Suitable for trade or DIY purposes, this Makita combi drill and accessory set features 74 tools built into the lid of the carry case. From screwdriver bits to drill bits for metal, wood and masonry drilling, it's all in one place. The drill included is cordless and powered with 18 volts behind it.
CURRENT DIY DEALS BY RETAILER
Head to Wickes for a bargain on all your DIY needs this month. Deal span everything from wheelbarrows to tool kits and even safety boots.
Find spectacular spring savings at eBay on all the DIY tools and equipment you can think of. Prices start from £21.99...
From storage units to sanders, club hammers and paint roller sets, shop cheap DIY tools at Robert Dyas.