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Apollo Tools Precision 135pc Household Tool Set, Pink [walmart.com] $29.99
  • 135-piece precision tool set
  • Pink handles
  • Contains tools needed for most small repairs around the home
  • Portable tool kit includes a rechargeable 4.8v cordless screwdriver
  • Tools are heat treated and chrome-plated to resist corrosion
  • Tools are held securely in a handy blow molded case
  • A portion of the proceeds of the sale of this product will be donated to further breast cancer awareness initiatives
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You never know when you'll need a putty knife.
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How's this kit for doing basic stuff around the house? We are first time single family home owners and realise we need a proper took kit beyond the basic ikea one we have.
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How's this kit for doing basic stuff around the house? We are first time single family home owners and realise we need a proper took kit beyond the basic ikea one we have.
It might work. Not sure what your IKEA has in it and what you want to do. Hanging pictures? Putting together IKEA furniture? Should work for that.
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It might work. Not sure what your IKEA has in it and what you want to do. Hanging pictures? Putting together IKEA furniture? Should work for that.
Assembling baby toys and play centers, replacing parts in various household things like robot vacuum, hanging pictures, installing home security sensors, motion lights outdoors, basic change of shower head, etc.
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No sure why this is getting so much attention! I inherited this kit when I got married 3 years ago and finally just threw out half of it and mixed the rest in with other tools. The kit is basically a toy. There's no torque in the screwdriver so good luck doing anything with it. The scissors are the same as the Harbor Freight free ones. The tape measure is very low quality (worse than the HF free ones). The small screwdrivers were a little rusty (even though they looked unused).
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Assembling baby toys and play centers, replacing parts in various household things like robot vacuum, hanging pictures, installing home security sensors, motion lights outdoors, basic change of shower head, etc.
It's a good start. To round out a basic homeowners tool kit, off the top of my head, you will also need a drill, drill bits, pliers, staple gun, knee pads, 5gal bucket, head lamp, telescoping magnet, rubber mallet, electrical current tester, eye protection, and sandpaper (plus the basic tool drawer stuff, like WD40, duct tape, and super glue).
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Assembling baby toys and play centers, replacing parts in various household things like robot vacuum, hanging pictures, installing home security sensors, motion lights outdoors, basic change of shower head, etc.
If your getting into all of that I'd look for something else. Though that's entirely based on your budget. Might need someone else to install that security system. A good drill set might run you 120 for drill, batteries, bit and charger.

If you start with this set I'd use it and just replace as needed. My starter tools were sad. But I got a lot done with them.
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If your getting into all of that I'd look for something else. Though that's entirely based on your budget. Might need someone else to install that security system. A good drill set might run you 120 for drill, batteries, bit and charger.

If you start with this set I'd use it and just replace as needed. My starter tools were sad. But I got a lot done with them.
Thanks. I'm open to spend more for a useful set. Any recommendations upto 50 odd bucks? Or is it too less to spend on a decent kit?
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It's a good start. To round out a basic homeowners tool kit, off the top of my head, you will also need a drill, drill bits, pliers, staple gun, knee pads, 5gal bucket, head lamp, telescoping magnet, rubber mallet, electrical current tester, eye protection, and sandpaper (plus the basic tool drawer stuff, like WD40, duct tape, and super glue).
Oh wow that's a lot of stuff. We need to get used to basic things like changing bulbs and installing small pieces of baby furniture lol....thanks for your reply.
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Oh wow that's a lot of stuff. We need to get used to basic things like changing bulbs and installing small pieces of baby furniture lol....thanks for your reply.
You mentioned a lot more than just baby furniture.

The best way to save money is to buy as needed. That ifixit kit could do most of what you wanted electronic wise. It was on sale the other day. A 10 dollar screwdriver set from harbor freight or wait for the wera to go sale for under 30. Hammer and mullet will be less than 10 each. A decent Stanley or plier should run under 13.

Lastly you'd need a tool box. Lowes has good deal on a chest with liners for 30. You could pair that with your plier kit, hammer and mullet and then use a 10 off 50 coupon.

Your still going to want more tools but it would be best to buy as needed unless you find a really good deal.
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This set is a joke. It is hardly worth $29.99, most of this set is junk quality, it may be decent enough for picture hanging or something simple like that but anything even remotely difficult and this set is more of a hindrance than a helping hand
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You mentioned a lot more than just baby furniture.

The best way to save money is to buy as needed. That ifixit kit could do most of what you wanted electronic wise. It was on sale the other day. A 10 dollar screwdriver set from harbor freight or wait for the wera to go sale for under 30. Hammer and mullet will be less than 10 each. A decent Stanley or plier should run under 13.

Lastly you'd need a tool box. Lowes has good deal on a chest with liners for 30. You could pair that with your plier kit, hammer and mullet and then use a 10 off 50 coupon.

Your still going to want more tools but it would be best to buy as needed unless you find a really good deal.
Thanks again. Maybe my earlier msg wasn't clear. I did note everything you said. I just realised how little among all you mentioned have we ever seen or worked with.
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