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Seem to be £25 cheaper than elsewhere.

Weight (kg): 4.08

Brand: Black & Decker

Colour: Orange, Black

Safety Cut Out: No

Hammer (Y/N): Yes

Keyless/Keyed Chuck: Keyless

Warranty/guarantee: Warranty

Warranty/guarantee details: 2 Years parts and labour

Model No.: EPC188VBK-GB

No. of Drill Speeds: 2

Volts: 18

Category: Cordless

Corded/Cordless: Cordless

Drill Depth - Masonary (mm): 10

Drill Depth - Metal (mm): 10

Drill Depth - Wood (mm): 25

Category: Drilling
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Includes: 2 x 1.0Ah batteries, 3hr charger and case
10mm keyless chuck

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CBJ137#1
uh....it's a Black & Decker, probably last a few weeks, nice. ;)
moorjock#2
13 mm chuck i would have been tempted, good price with 2 batt's
VDisillusioned#3
CBJ137
uh....it's a Black & Decker, probably last a few weeks, nice. ;)


Well funny you say that. I had a few cruddy B&D power tools in the past and was generally glad when they broke so that I could replace them with better brands. But back in approximately 2000-2001 I bought a B&D 9.6v NiCad cordless hammer drill. It was pretty good, did everything I wanted and it just ran and ran, the only thing that broke was the chuck, probably because of all the abuse I gave it, easy to get a replacement though. Then in 2008 I decided to replace it with a Hitachi because I wanted something more powerful. I put the put the B&D away as a spare and forgot about it. Then last week my dad asked me if I still had it because the B&Q drill I had bought him a few years ago had finally died. I said I really didn't think the battery would still be OK. But I found it, charged it up, and lo and behold it worked. Plenty of torque and it ran for a few minutes till I got bored holding the trigger, quite amazing for a twelve year old NiCad battery. I do think it very unusual that the drill has been so good, and I bet the one in the post won't last as well, but it seems not all Black and Decker tools are as bad as their reputation suggests.

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