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  1. kris

    kris Trusted Plumber GSR

    Grouting tools for re grouting my kitchen lol,
     
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  2. JCplumb

    JCplumb Plumber

    Dunno if you'd call it a tool but last thing I bought was a £2 Skywolfeye torch off ebay, took 2 weeks to arrive but it's like having a little sun in my pocket, silly bright.
    Next thing will probably be a wet vac, I've struggled long enough without one now.
     
  3. Matchless.plumb

    Matchless.plumb Trusted Plumber Top Contributor!!

    It definitely is a good tool though for nasty tap changes any other job. Does it run via a battery ?
     
  4. Jay The Plumber

    Jay The Plumber Active Member

    milwaukee area light... next has just been decided by my very old jigsaw giving up so it'll be a cordless milwaukee jigsaw (ouch)
     
  5. Best

    Best Trusted Plumber Top Contributor!!

    Cheap 240volt air compressor for pumping up expansion vessels - particularily on unvented units. Doing it with a hand pump is just too hard
     
  6. ShaunCorbs

    ShaunCorbs S. Mod Trusted Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    I just carry a little bottle of nitrogen or o2 (like they use in pubs)
     
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  7. kris

    kris Trusted Plumber GSR

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    Joiner I was working with today had the new dewalt radio, wot a beast of a radio, absolute cracking sound
     
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  8. Dan

    Dan Admin

    Not sure which forum it was on but if that's the indestructible one, he dropped it off scaffolding a couple of floors up and other than being scratched a bit it was fine.
     
  9. JCplumb

    JCplumb Plumber

    It somehow runs off 1 AA battery, it's some sort of sorcery I tell ya.
     
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