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aldi cordless drill for £24.99

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Aldi cordless drill from 20/04/17 18v Read More
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Aldi cordless drill from 20/04/17 18v
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#1
seems a decent drill/driver but no hammer action ?
#2
Seems decent enough for a diyer, heat added
suspended#3
NONE sent to my local Aldi unless the staff took every last one (which Aldi were infamous for every time a good deal came about)
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Saw this in display cabinet in the St Mary's Gate, Sheffield store just an hour ago if any one is interested.
#5
I bought a 20v hammer drill with 2 batteries for £30 at the new Aldi in Wrexham, was priced as £50 but at the till it was 30. seems like an excellent drill!... I did try putting it on hud but my app keeps stopping when I try to add anything
#6
kierandavies1992
I bought a 20v hammer drill with 2 batteries for £30 at the new Aldi in Wrexham, was priced as £50 but at the till it was 30. seems like an excellent drill!... I did try putting it on hud but my app keeps stopping when I try to add anything


should have mentioned it was last weekend I bought it
#7
kierandavies1992
I bought an 18v hammer drill relabelled as a 20v hammer drill by a marketing department to pretend it's something it's not, with 2 batteries for £30
Clarified that for you...
#8
HerWorseHalf
kierandavies1992
I bought an 18v hammer drill relabelled as a 20v hammer drill by a marketing department to pretend it's something it's not, with 2 batteries for £30
Clarified that for you...


the point was the 18v one doesn't have have hammer function.. And an extra battery all for £5 more.. seems a no brainer. And I am fully aware even if it was 20v 2v extra isn't a lot.
#9
Bought it a couple of weeks ago to replace an Ebauer that I bought about 8 years with dead batteries, the price to replace the batteries was not worth it. I only used it a couple of times so far and as an occasional DIYer i am quite happy with it for the price, 3 years warranty too
#10
Loads left at the Holmes Chapel store if anyone is keen.
#11
kierandavies1992
HerWorseHalf
kierandavies1992
I bought an 18v hammer drill relabelled as a 20v hammer drill by a marketing department to pretend it's something it's not, with 2 batteries for £30
Clarified that for you...
the point was the 18v one doesn't have have hammer function.. And an extra battery all for £5 more.. seems a no brainer. And I am fully aware even if it was 20v 2v extra isn't a lot.
Not questioning you or the price, indeed it does seem a no brainer, just pointing out to anyone who's bothered that 20v is exactly the same as 18v when it comes to li-ion batteries, i.e. 5 x 3.6v cells. It's just marketing tosh to make people think they're getting something more.

Edited By: HerWorseHalf on May 15, 2017 19:32

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