Argos Ebay Clearance - CHALLENGE XTREME POWER TOOL CORDLESS DRILL LION BATTERY (£24.99 + £2.99 Del.) - HotUKDeals
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Hmm no Voltage rating.. no idea how powerful it is, however its Li-ion soo its quite inexpensive yes? (since I bought li-ion screw driver for £15)

No load speed 0-550rpm.
10mm keyless chuck.
21 torque settings.
3-5 hours charging time.
1 gear.
1 x 1.3Ah lithium battery.
LCD battery capacity indicator.
Carry case.
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#1
I have no experience of this drill but other Challenge tools I have had are crap and break easy. If you do buy this keep your receipt safe and you will have no problems with Argos.
#2
gavjbrown
I have no experience of this drill but other Challenge tools I have had are crap and break easy. If you do buy this keep your receipt safe and you will have no problems.


oic, well.. that is possible, but I have a 18v ni-cad one for ~2 yrs now (and i believe my dad has/had a 21v one which is 3-4yrs) mines doing ok (batt is not the best but mech is fine.). he I think recently changed his or has bought one for spare incase the old one breaks

But I agree with hand tools challenge is a bit poo............ :roll:
#3
gavjbrown
If you do buy this keep your receipt safe and you will have no problems with Argos.


I take it you haven't shopped in their Cromer store then? ;-)
#4
Its Junk! Couldent Pull The Skin Of A Custard
#5
raptorcigs
Its Junk! Couldent Pull The Skin Of A Custard


Not had any direct experience myself, but this would be my assumption... I have had a few cordless drills in my time (inc Bosch) and by far the best by a country mile is the Makita I bought recently - the 18V double battery pack from B&Q in one of the 20% offers for 80 notes. Yes it's four times the price, but compared to the other cordless drills I have owned, it so so much better. The Bosch I mentioned is an 18V and cost about 50 notes and cannot even come close to stamina or torque... You certainly get what you pay for when it comes to power tools... Just my tow penneth :whistling:
#6
Again, just my opinion, but if you are buying a drill then you more than likely need to drill something.... i have tried buying cheaper tools in the past and have always ended up binning them and spending the money on something decent or borrowing a friends. Cheap power tools might seem like a good deal, but i think they are a false economy and more often than not a waste of your hard earned cash.

this drill might be okay for light jobs, but i wouldnt put much hope in getting in to a brick wall!
#7
you get what you pay for these tools are not for trades etc there DIY I have most of the range and they do whats needed cant ask for anymore.

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