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Hi TEF, quick competition for over the Easter period.

Up for grabs is one of our stubby Wood Beaver sets as seen below

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Wood Beaver has been one of our most popular products and this set has the most popular sizes in there (16, 20 and 25mm) as well as a quick-change SDS adaptor.

If you'd like to be in with the chance to win this prize then PM me the answer to the following question

 

"What is the overall nominal length of a Stubby Wood Beaver?"

 

Closing date for entries is Wednesday 4th April (so not long!!!!). A correct entry will be picked at random on Thursday 5th April and I'll notify the winner then. Good luck!!!!

 

Phil.

 

 

 

 

 

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Sharpend

Looking at the picture - short!!

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Ardet R

But from a comparative point of view you would have to say the the standard ones are 1 3/8 times longer than the stubby.

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Armeg UK
12 hours ago, Ardet R said:

But from a comparative point of view you would have to say the the standard ones are 1 3/8 times longer than the stubby.

Don't give 'em clues!!!!!!:slap

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kerching

Well from an existential viewpoint size could be considered an abstract construct

 

in my view they are < = 1/3 the maximum height of a Smurf.   Which equates to ONE apple 🍏 

 

Just hypothesising 

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misssweden

I’m confused. Normally people tell me the length of their stubby wood beaver, not the other way round. :C And it’s never smaller than 6 inches either, apparently...

 

 

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binky

do you have difficulty parking cars? :^O

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misssweden

Nope, unlike some mainly non-female people I have a very accurate perception of how long an inch actually is :P

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kerching

6 inches !.....only when folded in half but it never got used as a rule

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Sharpend
50 minutes ago, kerching said:

6 inches !.....only when folded in half but it never got used as a rule

 

Hmmm ? RR you sure? 

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Armeg UK

Just a quick reminder that today is the last chance to get your competition entries in. I will be drawing a lucky winner in the morning.:D

Phil.

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Armeg UK

Right folks, competition closed!!!

 

The correct answer was 120mm.

 

The lucky winner, drawn at random from all the correct entries is............................

 

@Rob.

 

Congratulations to you. If you'd like to PM your full name and address I can get your prize sent out to you.

 

Commiserations to the rest of you who entered but keep your eyes open for our next competition.

 

Phil.

 

 

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Rob.

Well I think this is the first competition I have ever won! Brilliant! Thank you.

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Armeg UK
43 minutes ago, Rob. said:

Well I think this is the first competition I have ever won! Brilliant! Thank you.

Great!

PM received, prize on its way :)

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kerching

Did I get second prize of the 40mm holesaw?

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Rob.

Quick delivery too! 

 

Now I've got to stop myself drilling random holes in the house to test them! 

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Tony S

Fit the consumer unit you bought years ago and you’ll have an excuse to drill holes.

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Rob.

Going to have to before I put the place up for renting. 

 

How long have I been saying I'll do it now...

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Tony S

Three years as I know of.

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Rob.

Well, I got it whilst I was working in the quarry Still, so nearly 5 years! 

 

Got job it's quarry spec an metal. 

 

Not that I'd have been buying a new one.

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