14.4v Cordless hammer drill only £19.95 from Sunday 18th July at Aldi - HotUKDeals
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Fantastic value for a cordless hammer drill with a three year warranty! What else can I say?
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#1
good deal for a good drill not to mention the three year cover!!!!!
#2
Is this a REAL hammer drill or a COMBI, there is a difference, a lot of Combi drills are passed off as hammer drills, there is a difference.

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#3
It's a drill, it's guaranteed to drill for three years and it's less than £20. Hope this helps :-)
#4
*XxGunnerxX*
Is this a REAL hammer drill or a COMBI, there is a difference, a lot of Combi drills are passed off as hammer drills, there is a difference.

Gun


Does it matter at less than twenty quid?
#5
Great deal, just picked one up. Well worth the £20 for the 3yr warranty alone!
#6
What sort of drill depth/capacity could this manage in masonry, I want to put up some shelves and a ladder support in the garage but wondering if this can dirll well into the brick wall or if it would only be good for drilling into the wooden roof supports?
#7
Any one tested this drill ? Is it any good. I am thinking about spending a few quids and get draper or black & decker.

Any feedback would be great !
#8
If you're looking to drill a lot of masonry, then a cordless 14.4v non-brand is NOT the way to go. It won't have a lot of torque regardless of how many torque settings they have and the hammer action will be weak. Cordless is very convenient though for wood, screws, around the house etc.

For heavy jobs, like a lot of masonry, a corded one would be better - although don't go trying to put screws in with a corded one. Cheap £15 one here: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nutool-1050w-hammer-drill-mpk1050-1/713526 Also when drilling wood with large bits, a corded one will do it much faster.

Sylm_2000 - my Bosch 14.4v outperforms my 18v no-brand drill very very easily. Not sure about B&D/Draper quality though. Non branded ones tend to use very cheap parts so fall apart quicker.

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