Black & Decker 18 volt cordless drill set, 132 piece project kit from Homebase instore £59.99 - HotUKDeals
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Black & Decker 18 volt cordless drill set, 132 piece project kit from Homebase instore £59.99

£59.99 @ Homebase
Saw these in Homebase at Chepstow, at £59.99 I thought that was a steal and be an excellent Xmas prezzie. I can't find it online so can't guarantee it's national but we'll worth a quick call to your … Read More
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2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago
Saw these in Homebase at Chepstow, at £59.99 I thought that was a steal and be an excellent Xmas prezzie. I can't find it online so can't guarantee it's national but we'll worth a quick call to your local branch.

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#2
Great as a gift for price but it's not got a lithium battery which means it'll die out quick and won't hold it's charge. Spend a bit more for a lithium battery powered drill and it makes a massive difference. I know from experience!
#3
Also use code FF20 knocks another £12.00 off it so including delivery you get it for £51.94, even better :)
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Realdeal80
Great as a gift for price but it's not got a lithium battery which means it'll die out quick and won't hold it's charge. Spend a bit more for a lithium battery powered drill and it makes a massive difference. I know from experience!

Yeah i do agree with you there, i have a lithium battery drill too but seeing this i did have a good argument with myself about not getting one lol
#5
This would be my choice, 2 batteries.......

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/2482509.htm
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Realdeal80
Great as a gift for price but it's not got a lithium battery which means it'll die out quick and won't hold it's charge. Spend a bit more for a lithium battery powered drill and it makes a massive difference. I know from experience!
Good price for this but I agree 100% about going for lithium, also get one with 2 batteries as its annoying waiting for the recharge when you are 1/2 way through a job

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