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I do think its relevant and significant to note toolstations goods are of significantly lower quality than screwfix's on average, though the comment was removed. Their range is also smaller, and these factors make a big difference to the relative usefulness of the 2 companies.

(Reply) I removed the comment. There was no objective evidence presented for the assertion that TS's stuff is of "significantly lower quality" than SFX's so it would appear to be one person's point of view. Personally, having spent £1000s with both Toolstation and Screwfix, I don't find that to be the case. Some of their stuff is crap, but so is some of Screwfix's and the same is true of just about every supplier I've ever dealt with. I also find some of their stuff to be of very high quality and outstanding value for money.

If you want to add a general comment applicable to all catalogue-type suppliers that the quality of their stuff may vary across their ranges that would seem appropriate, but I don't think it helps to single out Toolstation.

--John Stumbles 10:12, 21 December 2006 (GMT)

do we use them?

construction chemicals co uk & allfix co uk - or were they just put there by spammers? NT 09:15, 19 August 2012 (BST)

moved here for now:

Over 50000 low cost hand tools, power tools, fixings, fasteners, abrasives, sealants and building supplies catering for the DIY and professional market. Open to the public and trade. Fast and friendly service. Established since 1988.

NT 10:47, 7 September 2012 (BST)

For deletion? FOCUS DIY --Owain 23:09, 30 July 2013 (BST)

ok nuked then, ta. (feel free to have any other broken ones away) --John Rumm 14:28, 31 July 2013 (BST)

I've used whdirect. A cross between poundland and screwfix, but some lines have their uses. NT 19:53, 1 August 2013 (BST)