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Best drill please

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
Hi all, hubby wants a decent drill for christmas, the last one he had burnt out after a few turns, we have got solid walls lol, does anyone have suggestions please or have seen any good deals at the moment, i havent got a clue.
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
i would reccomend a dewalt 18V currently in screwfix for 99quid. High quality kit with hammer action so should be suitable for most household uses!
#2
If it`s a solid wall that he`s going to be drilling,look for a good quality sds drill, plenty of choice at b&q
#3
Thankyou will have a look
#4
Something like this is good if he doesn't mind the weight i have one and it goes through like butter and can chisel walls aswell
#5
smallkiwi
If it`s a solid wall that he`s going to be drilling,look for a good quality sds drill, plenty of choice at b&q


Whats sds ? is that the brand name :?
#6
markvirgo
Something like this is good if he doesn't mind the weight i have one and it goes through like butter and can chisel walls aswell


Thankyou,nice price as well
#7
surfbunny
Thankyou,nice price as well


sds is the type of drill piece the drill uses. sds bits slot in so do not stick when you drill and can be changed quick. the drill that i linked to is sds and also has a keychuck attachment so normal drill bits can be used also. the £40 price is the same in other shops too.
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banned#10
the challenge xtreme 900watt sds rotary in argos is only 40 quid , i beat one of these to death for a year renovating my house , not sure if this pack is exactly the same but mine came with sds drills and chisels , as it has a chisel action for really BIG jobs. unless you are a pro expensive toolss are a bit of a waste of money. : )

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