Black and Decker 18V Hammer Drill (HP188F3B) £78.21 At B&Q - HotUKDeals
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Black and Decker 18V Hammer Drill (HP188F3B) £78.21 At B&Q

£78.21 @ B&Q
Just got one of these from B&Q. Thought it was a good price. Instore Only The cheapest i could find was £89.98 Black and Decker 18V Hammer Drill (HP188F3B) * Powerful 18v, faster motor f… Read More
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Just got one of these from B&Q. Thought it was a good price.
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The cheapest i could find was £89.98

Black and Decker 18V Hammer Drill (HP188F3B)

* Powerful 18v, faster motor for more efficient drilling
* New Ratchet Mechanism (from 11 to 15 teeth) allows more beats per minute (0-6750/0-21750) for faster hammer drilling
* Hammer action and 2nd mechanical speed for drilling into masonry
* Metal components for more durability and higher torque for tougher applications
* Extra-powerful motor and heavy-duty planetary gearbox for durability and high torque delivery to the job
* High output fan cooled motor increases performance and extends the life
* Variable speed for gentle start, full control and reverse switch for added versatility
* 2 mechanical speeds for high torque driving and drilling into steel and high speed drilling into other materials and hammer action
* Mid handle design optimizes balance and reduces hand fatigue.
* Electronic brake ensures safety and prevents over tightening of screws
* Easy, quick change of battery due to new battery locking system
* The infinite clutch allows 32 micro torque settings for driving various size of screws or materials
* Keyless metal single sleeve chuck makes bit changing quick and simple
* Anti-slip soft grip for more comfort
* Intelligent 1 hour charger
* Extra battery
* Kit box for keeping everything tidy and in its place
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#1
Good price for a good make, reliable drill, anyone know if the batteries are lithiun ion or bogstandard? Would be a great drill with lith' ion.Hot anyways.
#2
moorjock
Good price for a good make, reliable drill, anyone know if the batteries are lithiun ion or bogstandard? Would be a great drill with lith' ion.Hot anyways.


No they are bog standard im affraid but they are 1.7Ah :thumbsup:
#3
Still worth it for a drill like that, good spec, will look well between the DeWalt and the Ryobi, (i like drills!)
#4
Owning the Ryobi 18V hammer drill with 2.4Ah li-on battery (same price as this a few months ago, but now weirdly £139.99!!!) and having felt the feel of other B&D drills then I would suggest that folk use screwfix or toolstation to check for prices. Makita are possibly one of the most robust but pricey in comparison.
This the updated version of mine, now with two 1.4Ah li-on batteries rather than a single 2.4Ah
I would have this if I were looking as Li-on's are so much better than Nicad's or NiMh for drills
http://www.screwfix.com/prods/56826/Power-Tools/Cordless-Drills/Ryobi-18V-Combi-with-2-x-Li-ion-Batteries

Also 10% off voucher code for screwfix making this just £10 more than the B&D (expires 11/9)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/475617/10-discount-off-50-spend-screwfix/
#5
Not a bad price but Focus DIY were selling these off for £20 a few months ago thats how bad they wanted rid of them....But the whole idea of the site is good deals and it is that.
#6
Black and Decker are rubbish. Only good for the DIYer who doesn't do much DIY.
#7
spionkop
Black and Decker are rubbish. Only good for the DIYer who doesn't do much DIY.


My 5m x 4m Decking would disagree, It's been excellent for the 600 screws and 150 coach screws :thumbsup:

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