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AEG Drill Driver BS12X 12V + 2x1.5Ah batt's....... £59.59 in store @ B&Q

£59.59 @ B&Q
Top class drill, 3 years warranty and possible free lifetime service. 23-stage torque adjustment plus additional drilling stage giving greater flexibility and precision whatever the material and sc… Read More
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9y, 6d agoFound 9 years, 6 days ago
Top class drill, 3 years warranty and possible free lifetime service.

23-stage torque adjustment plus additional drilling stage giving greater flexibility and precision whatever the material and screw size

Electronic switch with variable speed for improved accuracy and less damage to screw-heads.

Two-speed planetary synchromesh gear for max. torque

FIXTEC and keyless chuck for comfortable, one-handed bit changing

Forward/Lock/Reverse switch well-positioned for easy operation

Bit storage (with double sided bit)

*GBS Global Battery System* for professional cordless power tools

1h quick charger

High-performance 12 V battery


Specification

Battery-pack voltage 12V

No-load speed 1st / 2nd gear 0-380/ 0-1300 rpm

Torque: soft joint / hard joint 16 / 35 Nm

Static stalling torque 1./2. gear 38 / 15 Nm

Keyless chuck 1.0 - 10 mm

Drilling capacity in steel / soft wood 10 / 30 mm

Wood screws 8 mm

In-service weight with battery and keyless chuck 2,0 kg

Includes 2x 1.5Ah NiCad batteries, 60 minute charger and carry case.
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#1
http://www.aeg-pt.com/internet/CmsTEST2003A.nsf/Files/BS12XZ1.jpg/$FILE/BS12XZ1.jpg



LIFETIME SERVICE AGREEMENT
Register within 28 days of purchase and receive Free Parts, Free Service and Free Batteries for Life.
OFFER ENDS September 2008

http://www.lifetimeserviceagreement.com/about.asp
#2
i use the 18v ones in work

most robust drill i have ever owned

has allready lasted 5x as long as the makita did
#3
a dewalt 12v cost me that price ;-)

are you a builder owlass or just 'live to DIY' ? ;(My company motto = tools to DIY for ;-))
#4
dewalt are nasty

when ever im on site and see bods with dewalt's it makes me chuckle
#5
myaser88
a dewalt 12v cost me that price ;-)

are you a builder owlass or just 'live to DIY' ? ;(My company motto = tools to DIY for ;-))



Many people prefer AEG to DeWalt, each to their own ;-)

live to DIY :? ...........no, i'm a commercial mechanic turned builder :)
#6
fair do, is Makita not popular ?
#7
I can't find anything that confirms this particular drill is one of the 'selected' tools to qualify for the lifetime service deal.

If it is included then I'm in, the number of battery drills I've discarded over the years simply because the batteries gave up and replacements were more expensive than a new drill.
#8
100 quid at screwfix. Top deal! No hammer drill function though ? I'm on my phone and cant get the site loading
#9
myaser88
fair do, is Makita not popular ?


:? yes very, i mostly use Makita myself, why?


It amazes me that people buy cheap diy drills etc then hate doing any jobs because the tools struggle or break.
Industry tools like this, at this price level are a bargain!
#10
berisford
I can't find anything that confirms this particular drill is one of the 'selected' tools to qualify for the lifetime service deal.

If it is included then I'm in, the number of battery drills I've discarded over the years simply because the batteries gave up and replacements were more expensive than a new drill.



From T&C
The Lifetime Service Agreement entitles the original purchaser of selected cordless power tools in the [SIZE="3"]“Global Battery System”[/SIZE] range to a lifetime supply of free replacement batteries, free replacement parts and free annual service subject to the conditions and limitations set out below.


AEG product page

http://www.aeg-pt.com/Internet/AEG_PT.NSF/2003wwwGBAllTools/86C34CF50367E608C125726D0039C21A?OpenDocument
#11
Yes 'owlass' mate, I read that bit, but the bit where it says 'selected' tools in the 'Global' range has me worried.................
#12
PS-tools where selling this drill with the earlier June offer so i presume it's still one of the selected tools.

http://www.ps-tools.com/catalog/product_info.php/products_id/3389
#13
It looks uncannily like the Bosch blue range of drills.
#14
I have not used the AEG drill, but I have seen the US version of their drills. Those are branded Milwaulkee, they are equivilent of a top end Dewalt or Bosch professional and are very good drills.

The chuck looks very good, however this drill is clearly not at a professional level. Tthe batteries are its biggest let down and its weight is too heavy. For the DIY jobber (and I hate to say this) the Black and Decker VPX range (14.4V Lithium) would be better value for money.

For a really good cordless drill, then I would look at the Makita 18v LXT range. And for those that say buy DeWalt or Bosch 36V units, remember that they are substantially heavier and therefore LESS usable for continuing use.
#15
hugh.b*stard

The chuck looks very good, however this drill is clearly not at a professional level.
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For a really good cordless drill, then I would look at the Makita 18v LXT range.



Not professional..........please tell me ya joking :roll:

A Makita LXT for £60 :w00t:
#16
Shedload o' to-ing & frowing, but I reckon I can spare 9 degrees of heat...
#17
AEG drills are of top quality. I need a 12volter as my 18V Makitas a little cumbersome for delicate work. Very tempting!

Owless remember posting that cruddy B&D drill, well this will beat it hands down. Why would anyone buy that when you have the likes of this quality drill.
#18
What else is the AEG GBS battery compatible with? Would I be able to use it on Makita MXT?
#19
Well, I just happened to be in B&Q this a.m. and they have their 'extra 15% off' offer running and there, still boxed on the shelf, is the AEG drill I looked at a few weeks ago.

Worth a punt at just £50.95 I thought and guess what OWLASS, you were right?

It is on the lifetime service deal, free parts, free service and best of all, free batteries for life!

A cracking deal. many thanks for the pointer. :thumbsup:
#20
berisford
A cracking deal. many thanks for the pointer. :thumbsup:




glad it helped :thumbsup:
#22
Has anyone made a claim on this 'lifetime' service? One of my batteries has died and I wonder if claims go smoothly.
banned#23
rigid is the USA version of aeg
#24
berisford
Has anyone made a claim on this 'lifetime' service? One of my batteries has died and I wonder if claims go smoothly.

Sorry for a thread bump, but...

Claims did previously go well, but the original claims website has been disconnected and a google suggests just what AEG would have hoped, i.e. everyone ever that has this offer has not bothered to keep it up. This is the newest UK discussion I can find relating to the LSA. Since AEG want you to contact dealers direct for sales or service (which would seem fair enough normally, but no use for LSA claims) I've just emailed head office to politely remind them of their lifetime offer and my registration details. Will be interesting to see what happens next...

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