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Hand tool manufacturers Facom tools and Britool expert are launching tools for life competition

Two of Europe’s leading hand tool manufacturers Facom Tools and Britool Expert are launching the ultimate prize in a unique competition giveaway.

The ‘tools for life’ competition offers people the chance to win £1,500 worth of state-of-the-art tools from Facom and Britool Expert, every year for ten years.

Facom products are designed with quality, durability and reliability in mind with latest innovations including the E.316 series of torque and angle wrenches where the manufacturer has set a market standard.

Facom is also the first manufacturer to bring a jack incorporating a unique safety locking feature to the UK market. The DL.200SPB is the only product on the market with a locking mechanism to improve safety for end-users.

Britool Expert, which is supported by more than a century of heritage and proven reliability has been transformed by the award-winning product design team at Facom, to reshape the range entirely.

The Expert range still embodies the values of the historic Britool brand but with a wider more credible range than ever before with over 1,200 products delivering innovation, and quality, withstanding the test of time.

To be in with a chance to win this unique prize, all interested parties must first purchase Facom or Britool Expert products to a minimum value of £10 inc VAT, providing a till receipt/invoice dated between 1 August 2011 and 2 Dec 2010 inclusive, as proof of purchase.

Then simply visit the Facom Tools or Britool Expert Facebook pages and "Like" Britool Expert or Facom Tools. The winner will be selected at random from the "Like" lists.

The competition will run until December 2, 2011.
For more information on the competition visit http://www.britool-expert.co.uk/news/001093.html or Facom Tools http://www.facebook.com/pages/FACOM-TOOLS/95774957464

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