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Great little lithium ion screwdriver . Much more powerful than the Bosch Ixo and alot more comfortable. Lithium ion products will stay charged for ages and are always ready to be used when needed as opposed to nicad batteries. This is a weekend deal in store only and may be store specific.

These are normally £34.98 so £20 is a steal.

Please dont be just voting cold please explain why and if you can find a better deal then post it !

Bargain.

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The KC460LN-GB 3.6V li-ion easy access screwdriver from Black & Decker provides easy access in tight corners making it ideal for flat pack furniture assembly, putting up shelves, fixing radiator brackets to the wall and many other general DIY tasks around the home. Its 3.6V lithium ion battery holds its charge when not in use. Forward and reverse switch is easily accessible for switching quickly between applications. LED work light illuminates work area providing extra visibility.

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bigflump[Moderator]#1
Pic added, thanks for posting :)
royals#2
These are great for drilling pilot holes. No good for anything else though
ssssnipedbanned#3
These are great for drilling pilot holes. No good for anything else though

Are you being real !!! pilot holes are done with a drill this is a screwdriver. !!!
ssssnipedbanned#4
Think of the elderly population who may find it difficult using a normal screwdriver. These are great for flat pack assembly and doing the occasional DIY. It will compliment your drill not replace it.
mty#5
Great product bought mine a year ago no problems. Recommended.
royals#6
Sssssniped you are a moron

You can use this for drilling pilot holes you idiot. I use one then use my dewalt to drive in the screw. I guess you are the sort of idiot who just drives in the screw then wonders why the wood splits

As you said are you for real
royals#7
Sssniped next youll trll me you are a pro....then i will laugh
PWolf#8
With all due respect royals, ssssniped is spot on - this tool isn't for pilot holes. This little compact screwdriver (screwdriver being the clue in the item's name) isn't a drill. This screwdriver is for fixing screws in.

If you look at the pictures of it, you'll see that it has a built in hexagonal bit holder for the screwdriver pieces, rather than a chuck for drill bits.
ssssnipedbanned#9
Sssniped next youll trll me you are a pro....then i will laugh

Well at least we know you aint a pro !!! Lol. Pilot drilling with a screwdriver !!! with tools its all about applications. This is a screwdriver its not designed for drilling holes. Not that it cant, it can be used for pilot drilling the occasional hole using pilot bit with a hex shank. But dont expect this to loads as it not designed for that purpose. Pilot holes are drill holes hence there is no such tool called a pilot drill. Pilot holes are best done with a suitable drill and drill bit.
ssssnipedbanned#10
PWolf
With all due respect royals, ssssniped is spot on - this tool isn't for pilot holes. This little compact screwdriver (screwdriver being the clue in the item's name) isn't a drill. This screwdriver is for fixing screws in.

If you look at the pictures of it, you'll see that it has a built in hexagonal bit holder for the screwdriver pieces, rather than a chuck for drill bits.
Thanks for the back back up Pal.
andywedge[mod] 1 Like #11
Ding ding. End of round one. Keep it on topic and without the insults

Heat added BTW
Squelds#12
Gotta side with ssssniped on this one also... if i were going to drill a pilot hole id use a drill with a small bit in it, not a screwdriver. Didnt even realise you could get a drill bit with a hex shank... always used a standard drill for my pilot holes (which i do do btw) never a screwdriver as i would of thought that there would not be a quick enough rotation.

But hey thats just me im not getting into an online ruck this late at night lol !

:p
royals#13
ssssniped
Sssniped next youll trll me you are a pro....then i will laugh

Well at least we know you aint a pro !!! Lol. Pilot drilling with a screwdriver !!! with tools its all about applications. This is a screwdriver its not designed for drilling holes. Not that it cant, it can be used for pilot drilling the occasional hole using pilot bit with a hex shank. But dont expect this to loads as it not designed for that purpose. Pilot holes are drill holes hence there is no such tool called a pilot drill. Pilot holes are best done with a suitable drill and drill bit.

my builder mate just p*****d himself as you clearly arent a pro or competent diyer - i use one for pilot holes as its lighter and smaller than a full sized drill and also less likely to damaged a delicate pilot drill bit - it is designed for drilling pilot holes - what an idiot
royals#14
jesus there are some bloody idiots on here - you clearly dont even have this item - i do and ive got another which is 4 years old - i use it for small pilot holes - but clearly the clueless know more. i would love to see how the clueless are going to drill pilot holes in tight spots where a drill wont fit, but of course the morons will manage that with telepathy

buy one, try it then come back and apologise!!

rant over

Edited By: royals on Aug 02, 2012 01:18
royals#15
PWolf
With all due respect royals, ssssniped is spot on - this tool isn't for pilot holes. This little compact screwdriver (screwdriver being the clue in the item's name) isn't a drill. This screwdriver is for fixing screws in.

If you look at the pictures of it, you'll see that it has a built in hexagonal bit holder for the screwdriver pieces, rather than a chuck for drill bits.

no need to be so patronising, makes you look stupid when you are wrong - doesnt mean you cant eh - bit like saying drink some milk but that doesnt mean i cant put milk in my tea does it
ssssnipedbanned#16
my builder mate just p*****d himself as you clearly arent a pro or competent diyer - i use one for pilot holes as its lighter and smaller than a full sized drill and also less likely to damaged a delicate pilot drill bit - it is designed for drilling pilot holes - what an idiot


"You can use this for drilling pilot holes you idiot. I use one then use my dewalt to drive in the screw. I guess you are the sort of idiot who just drives in the screw then wonders why the wood splits"
][/quote]Thats a great comment " Your Builder mate " Lets pass the buck on to someone else. You clearly havent got the foggiest on DIY or applications and correct usage of tools. So if you pilot with a screwdriver and then drive with a drill. Then we can all presume you also wear your underpants over your trousers also !! because clearly you do everything the other way round as opposed to the rest of the world.

And theres no need to cause offence by calling me moron,. Just admit you are wrong and you have learnt something from this forum.

Haha.

Edited By: ssssniped on Aug 02, 2012 01:23
baneramabanned#17
Where is this advertised as I cannot find any link to the price reduction? Thanks.
pantaiema#18
Just checked it a few minutes ago. Price is now back to £34.98
tristar#19
"Much more powerful than the Bosch Ixo ".. anyone else here confirm this?
boabbyrab#20
Already mentioned it on my post here
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