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18V Li-ion Cordless Drill 24.99@ aldi online pre order today / instore on 30 oct

£24.99 @ ALDI
Available to pre-order today Earliest dispatch date 30 October This compact and powerful drill is ideal for cordless drilling around the house and workshop, with a handy quick charge feature. Accesso… Read More
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8m, 4w agoFound 8 months, 4 weeks ago
Available to pre-order today
Earliest dispatch date 30 October

This compact and powerful drill is ideal for cordless drilling around the house and workshop, with a handy quick charge feature. Accessories include an assortment of Drill and Screw Bits, plus a Magnetic Bit Holder.
Accessories Included
5 and 6 mm slotted drill bits
PH1 and PH2 Phillips drill bits
PZ1 and PZ2 Pozi drill bits
1 Magnetic bit holder 60 mm
6x HSS drill bits
Features
18V Li-Ion battery with 1.500maH
Quick stop and electronic speed control
18 torque settings and drill mode
Sanou keyless chuck (0.8-10mm)
Forward and reverse
LED work light
1 hour fast charging
Soft grip handle
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2 Likes #1
Mecoconuts
COLD ...i'd get the Challenge one from Argos for £19.99 if your after a cheapo Cordless Drill :http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7112953
Not comparable, challenge is ni-cd.
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compadre
Mecoconuts
COLD ...i'd get the Challenge one from Argos for £19.99 if your after a cheapo Cordless Drill :http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7112953
Not comparable, challenge is ni-cd.

Well spotted....Aldi is better.
2 Likes #3
Mecoconuts
COLD ...i'd get the Challenge one from Argos for £19.99 if your after a cheapo Cordless Drill :http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7112953

The Aldi drill is Li-ion as opposed to Ni-cad for the Challenger

The Aldi drill is 2 speed as opposed to single speed for the Challenger

The Aldi drill has a 1 hour charger as opposed to 3-5 hours for the Challenger

The challenger comes with 1 double end screwdriver bit the Adii drill comes with all these

5 and 6 mm slotted drill bits
PH1 and PH2 Phillips drill bits
PZ1 and PZ2 Pozi drill bits
1 Magnetic bit holder 60 mm
6x HSS drill bits



Edited By: barneydog on Oct 27, 2016 13:16
2 Likes #4
For an extra fiver, I would consider this:

http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/guild-cdt218g-li-ion-cordless-drill-driver---18v-464550

2 batteries. Getting extra accessories out of Lidl/Aldi has always what has put me off buying their power tools.
#5
-BA-
For an extra fiver, I would consider this:

http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/guild-cdt218g-li-ion-cordless-drill-driver---18v-464550

2 batteries. Getting extra accessories out of Lidl/Aldi has always what has put me off buying their power tools.


I had a look at that before but the charge time on that one is 3-5hrs. I think the aldi one is better for that reason.
#6
good luck trying to pick one up in Homebase, always no stock !!
#7
Ordered, thank you op
1 Like #8
Brill deal especially it comes with the hss drill bits unlike ones out there
banned#9
I wouldn't recommend these at all.
was ok a few years ago but not now. the chuck wouldn't turn, so I went for a exchange, same happened again when I got home, so I wanted another exchange but this time I thought of trying them out. all the chucks wouldn't turn.
2 Likes #10
sofiasar
I wouldn't recommend these at all.
was ok a few years ago but not now. the chuck wouldn't turn, so I went for a exchange, same happened again when I got home, so I wanted another exchange but this time I thought of trying them out. all the chucks wouldn't turn.

For chucks sake
#11
I've got this drill from last time round and its a work horse. highly recommended
#12
Does this offer hammer mode? Assume not as not mentioned. Only has one battery but this is a lot cheaper than elsewhere. And Aldi or Lidl tech is usually decent quality.
2 Likes #13
sofiasar
I wouldn't recommend these at all.
was ok a few years ago but not now. the chuck wouldn't turn, so I went for a exchange, same happened again when I got home, so I wanted another exchange but this time I thought of trying them out. all the chucks wouldn't turn.

Did you turn the chuck clockwise or anti-clockwise. Same thing happened to me when I bought the 12v cordless drill. Tried turning it anti-clockwise as it stated on the chuck (release), it won't turn. Then tried it clockwise - the chuck opened. Happy with purchase. Bought the spare battery from Walther-Services also.
1 Like #14
Worth mentioning: 3 year warranty
banned#15
nevodoch
sofiasar
I wouldn't recommend these at all.
was ok a few years ago but not now. the chuck wouldn't turn, so I went for a exchange, same happened again when I got home, so I wanted another exchange but this time I thought of trying them out. all the chucks wouldn't turn.

Did you turn the chuck clockwise or anti-clockwise. Same thing happened to me when I bought the 12v cordless drill. Tried turning it anti-clockwise as it stated on the chuck (release), it won't turn. Then tried it clockwise - the chuck opened. Happy with purchase. Bought the spare battery from Walther-Services also.


it wouldn't turn at all, they were all jammed and I tried my hardest to unlock them .
anyway I then bought a Stanley ,£69 I think with 2 batteries.
#16
would I be able to drill concrete wall with this? without buying anymore accessories apart from the ones that comes in the box? I would like to wall-mount my TV!

thanks for answers!
#17
iz123456789
would I be able to drill concrete wall with this? without buying anymore accessories apart from the ones that comes in the box? I would like to wall-mount my TV!
thanks for answers!
I would assume not. It doesn't have hammer action? You would need to have masonry bits.
#18
sofiasar


it wouldn't turn at all, they were all jammed and I tried my hardest to unlock them .
anyway I then bought a Stanley ,£69 I think with 2 batteries.


Sofs...how come you are into power tools & building? I hope your husband is a good cook!!! :D

Edited By: Gollywood on Oct 28, 2016 17:35: mama mia

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