B&Q Specialist Bradawl

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05256129
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This chrome vanadium steel specialist bradawl from B&Q is a must have to help ease the insertion of screws into wood. The plastic grip handle.

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Technical specification of B&Q Specialist Bradawl
Brand B&Q
Colour description Blue and grey
Construction material Chrome vanadium steel
Handle type Plastic grip handle
Screwdriver type Specialist
Pack quantity 1
Model BCS001

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