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Can someone please recommend the best Tools an Electrician can get in the UK.

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If your an electrician than you should know what tools best fit our jobs.
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I don't know about the UK but in the US the best tools an Electrician can get are at Harbor Freight.
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I don't know about the UK but in the US the best tools an Electrician can get are at Harbor Freight.
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Can someone please recommend the best Tools an Electrician can get in the UK.

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The kind that cut wire and turn screws?
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