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Bosch IXO cordless screwdriver was £30 now £17 in this weekends B&Q doorbuster. In store only

Spend and Save vouchers also available between Thursday 4th Dec to Tuesday 9th Dec.

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#1
good price for a good piece of kit. I bought mine last year from amazon and it's been on charge only once as i have used it only a few times. Great for small jobs around the house.
#2
Bet they are kicking themselves that argos and Amazon already had these at this price last week, not such a door buster deal this time :( good price though
2 Likes #3
if only it had crystals on it
#4
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zak1177
if only it had crystals on it
but then it would have to be£99
#5
When is this available, the website has it at £30.
I have a £14 credit note for b&q
#6
Brought this from argos at weeks they do a deal buy this for £17 and get the screw set to go with it for £5 ! Only £22 for the lot get set
#7
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doggboy10
When is this available, the website has it at £30.
I have a £14 credit note for b&q

The "weekend" part of the title and OP should give you a clue.
#8
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Rickardo
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doggboy10
When is this available, the website has it at £30.
I have a £14 credit note for b&q

The "weekend" part of the title and OP should give you a clue.

http://www.diy.com/departments/tools-equipment/DIY779463.cat?mid=wk44-14-Club-Trade-DB-Screwdriver&rid=7802128&ecamp=eml-wk44-14-Club-Weekly-DB-Screwdriver
#9
Weird question, but does anyone know of an attachment for this type of thing that can convert it to be used as a drill? For a wee 0.8mm drill bit? Like a low powered cheap dremel ?
#10
anychance2011
Weird question, but does anyone know of an attachment for this type of thing that can convert it to be used as a drill? For a wee 0.8mm drill bit? Like a low powered cheap dremel ?
you need to search for a hex chuck like this one.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/3-JAW-KEYLESS-CHUCK-0-6MM-DRILLS-1-4-HEX-DRIVE-RATCHET-SCREWDRIVERS-DRILLS-35C-/301385577780?pt=UK_Home_Garden_PowerTools_SM&hash=item462bfaf534
or
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1-4-HEX-to-3-8-Keyless-Chuck-Driver-Hex-Shank-Screwdriver-to-drill-Converter-/121104247464?pt=UK_Home_Garden_PowerTools_SM&hash=item1c32602aa8


Edited By: BigBuds on Dec 05, 2014 02:48
#11
Bought this from Argos and used it to put up bunk beds. Lasted a good 6 hours and did the job perfectly.
#12
The ryobi is the best one
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anychance2011
Weird question, but does anyone know of an attachment for this type of thing that can convert it to be used as a drill? For a wee 0.8mm drill bit? Like a low powered cheap dremel ?
The bigger issue is the speed of this make it poor as a drill, and completely useless as a dremel. A good drill would go up to 1,000 rpm, and a dremel runs at speeds like 30,000 rpm. This runs at about 100 rpm.
#14
Got one from Argos last week and have used it very lightly to good effect.

I also bought the 25 piece additional bit set holder from Argos and I'm glad I did as the first job I had called for the longer bit holder and a slightly wider/larger slotted bit which didn't come as standard.
#15
doggboy10
When is this available, the website has it at £30.
I have a £14 credit note for b&q

£17 in this weekends B&Q doorbuster. In store only
[helper]#16
This is a good deal if you're looking for a screwdriver like this but sometimes you have very little room and having the right angle handle just gets in the way although it gives a bit more purchase. IMO the black and decker which can switch between straight and right angle is a better design....

Heat added
#17
mmillmor
anychance2011
Weird question, but does anyone know of an attachment for this type of thing that can convert it to be used as a drill? For a wee 0.8mm drill bit? Like a low powered cheap dremel ?
The bigger issue is the speed of this make it poor as a drill, and completely useless as a dremel. A good drill would go up to 1,000 rpm, and a dremel runs at speeds like 30,000 rpm. This runs at about 100 rpm.
^^^^^^^this^^^^^^^

as above generally speaking the smaller the drill bit the faster the ideal cutting speed so this is far from ideal for that purpous, although I guess persian drills kind of rain on that parade LOL... but holding this screwdriver with extended attachment wouldnt give you the same control as a persian drill ;)
#18
Anyoe know if the £72 Makita deal will return over Xmas/new year? i missed it :(
#19
IWANTBLUE
mmillmor
anychance2011
Weird question, but does anyone know of an attachment for this type of thing that can convert it to be used as a drill? For a wee 0.8mm drill bit? Like a low powered cheap dremel ?
The bigger issue is the speed of this make it poor as a drill, and completely useless as a dremel. A good drill would go up to 1,000 rpm, and a dremel runs at speeds like 30,000 rpm. This runs at about 100 rpm.
^^^^^^^this^^^^^^^

as above generally speaking the smaller the drill bit the faster the ideal cutting speed so this is far from ideal for that purpous, although I guess persian drills kind of rain on that parade LOL... but holding this screwdriver with extended attachment wouldnt give you the same control as a persian drill ;)
thanks guys i need it to go slow as id be drilling into a very small chip on a cpu
#20
anychance2011
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^^^^^^^this^^^^^^^
[/quote] thanks guys i need it to go slow as id be drilling into a very small chip on a cpu[/quote] actually 'into a chip or the pcb?? either way a Jewellers Drill is perfect for that!!!

and I doubt this would give you the control you'd want either by the time you've fitted the pin chuck into the hex adapter/connection .

Still a hot deal though.

Edited By: IWANTBLUE on Dec 05, 2014 15:56
#21
great!! cheers!!
#22
Cheers. Grabbed one today.

Santa slightly distracted me on the way in...

"Have you been good boys?!"
"err yes" and I headed straight for the power tools section.

The stock is by the doors under a big poster. Dont breeze in like a star and not look down. :)

Mine has a full charge. Loosened the kitchen door knob and then tightened it again. Great stuff. Hopefully I can get into this DIY malarky.
#23
Cold. Tried 2 stores today and both sold out. They only had a little wire trough near the entrance that would hold maybe 25 units.

When I was in one store a couple of people came up to the same B&Q worker who was near the power tools asking about them and he would direct them to a £20 Black and Decker equivalent.

Me? I got one of their £8 cheapos that were stacked near the till. Used it earlier and well pleased as it does the job. Not sure how much better the Bosch is, but for 8 quid it's fine.

Edited By: techno12 on Dec 07, 2014 19:52

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