"My "good" set of chisels and stone went walkabout and I needed a range of sizes to complete a job at home. These proved to be excellent. They did exactly what a chisel should do and the fact that a stone was in the case was a real boon. Job completed successfully. Would recommend. Real value for money. Certainly didn't need to spend more in this case."
"Great set of chisels for general carpentry work, the steel is not a hard as the more expensive chisels, but on the up side they sharpen really quick. If you hit the odd hidden nail you can put a new edge on really fast, without needing a grinding wheel. The handles could be a t thicker, but for the price they are excellent value for money. And the case does actually last a few years, although a thick elastic band eventually takes over the catches. I think of mine as the rough set, where I don't want to damage my more prized chisels."
"This is my 3rd set now as a general maintenance chisel these are great value and have lasted well and sharpened many times. I would not be without a set of these particularly as they are supplied in a plastic box so can be easily stored and identified in the back of the van."
"I had my doubts about the chisels as they were cheap. Having used them now I must say that they are as good as my existing very expensive set (now getting on and worn) . Looks are not as good as expensive and better known named sets but performance is just as good and handling them is just as good. Have no qualms in recommending this set."
"I've had this set for several years, and they are absolutely fine for occasional diy use. Another reviewer complained that they were not even sharp when new - that's normal! First job is to put a honing edge on each chisel (you need a honing guide and an oil can for this). After that, I've found they hold an edge quite well. I mostly use chisels these days for hanging doors and fitting mortice locks. The real plus points of this set are the wide range of sizes (so you always have the ideal size for the job) and the convenience of the carry case. Not a set which will stand daily trade use for long, but certainly recommended for diy. Oh, and they have plastic handles so use a proper mallet and don't hit them with a hammer!"
"any chisel needs to be sharpened before use. These are of a cheap, but decent medium carbon steel. They wont hold an edge for a long period of use, but they sharpen up easily and quickly, where-as an expensive chisel will keep an edge longer but is more labourious to hone. These are ideal for a beginer. As skill increases, buy better quality."
"So, Okay, They had to be sharpened before use, but I had expected that from such a Value for Money priced item. Once sharpened to my satisfaction, they performed as well as any others on the simple, softwood tasks I bought them for. Overall Impression: Well Satisfied"