"Since I was in a hurry, and just needed to clean up a couple of M12 threads, this did the trick. Overall quality is as you would expect for £12.99, though (e.g. tap does not centre properly in the wrench due to poor quality casting) so invest in a more expensive set if you're serious or need precision."
"Not bad value considering what you get for the money. This set is more suited to cleaning up old / dirty / rusty threads than cutting new ones. the taps are more plug as they don't have much of a taper and the dies are not adjustable."
"We used this product as a back up on site for our higher quality dies & taps. The product finish was pretty poor and even on mild steel tube the taps deformed very quickly and wouldn't pick up. We ended up buying some UK manufactured taps (2 of which cost the same as this whole set) but we got the job done in a quarter of the time. Perhaps we expected too much from this item as it was very cheap."
original thread to the right. Thread cut with die to to left
"I bought this set so I could extend the treads on a u-bolt. The new thread the die cut was very shallow and nowhere like the sharpness of the original existing thread. The nuts would not screw properly onto the threads I cut. I feel this products is not fit for purpose."
"Very disappointed in this set. Work as CDT teacher in small school. Looking for budget product to cut threads. Only tried M8 die. No chance. Have done this on many occasions with decent tools. THis tool has no adjusment facility and therefor task is nearly impossible. Do not buy this product, I will be returning it to Screwfix."
"Unless you are tapping into a very soft metal this is not the die set for you. I've stripped the M5 and M6 taps after only a few uses on steel. Spend the £20 on individual quality parts or spend much more on a better set."