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Hi Guys
I'm looking for something similar any ideas where I can get one

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Depends what you're using it for. Bahco seem to be good value tools and last well in my experience. What is your budget?
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I’ve got the Wera and find very handy especially as it has a built in bit holder
https://www.toolstation.com/wera-kraftf ... ver/p16340
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I'm a traditionalist. I still have my Stanley 10A and Spiraluxes
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