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18V cordless drill / driver & 13 piece accessory kit £9.99 @ Netto

£9.99 @ Netto
18V Cordless drill/driver Features include: 10mm Keyless chuck 3-5 hours charger 2 double ended screwdriver bits Variable speed Soft grip Includes 13 piece accessory kit Price: £9.99 @ Net… Read More
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18V Cordless drill/driver

Features include:
10mm Keyless chuck
3-5 hours charger
2 double ended screwdriver bits
Variable speed
Soft grip
Includes 13 piece accessory kit

Price: £9.99 @ Netto from Monday 12 February whilst stocks last
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#1
Be careful with this one to ensure you don't breach the t&cs. The idea is definitely useful, help to reclaim some consumer cash off the big companies raking it in with their own 0870s (see Say No To 0870: Don't pay to complain)


I've just got myself an 0871 number. Give it to companies such as Sky. gas, electricity and your bank. When they ring you it will earn you up to 5p/minute. And when the balance is at £50 you will be sent a cheque. And it costs nothing to get the number.

http://www.theuknumbershop.co.uk/index.php?page=ng_0871
#2
Could make a tidy profit from all the nuisance calls selling things you get
#3
Bigger picture:

http://img254.imageshack.us/img254/9613/netto18v120207ve5.jpg
#4
Damn that is cheap! I paid £40 for a Bosch 1 in B&Q on the weekend and that was half price. Perfect for those odd jobs round the house.

Expect they will go quick.
#5
should be looking at a minimum of 24v for a cordless
#6
Geoggy
should be looking at a minimum of 24v for a cordless


If you're looking for a heavier 24v model, please check out my other deal which also has hammer action

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=47740

However, an 18V version will be fine for most diy jobs that don't need hammer action and is lighter to handle :)
#7
Im using a 14v Bosch at the mo, seems to be fine for most jobs ive done.
Need something with abit more umph to do the heavier jobs. I doubt this cheapo is any different.

Called into my local and there were loads left, nobody is touching them :S

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