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9.6 volt Black and Decker cordless drill. Just now in Sainsburys Heaton Newcastle.

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2 Likes #1
£9 seems a bargain! Good luck drilling through anything with this though, my 18v version of this is crap, good as a screwdriver but not much else.
#2
Sold out, I'm here now

Edited By: morlspin on Jul 30, 2014 23:51: :)
#3
sok - damn it
#4
Sok - naturally... LOL
1 Like #5
SokUkDeals
2 Likes #6
Out of sok at my local.
#7
sok it
#8
no sok in mine either (Doncaster), just checked. :-(
2 Likes #9
Not much of a drill, but SOK
#10
Sok!
#11
Sok?
#12
100% Sok on this one. heat
#13
No sok here either.
#14
noeasywayout
£9 seems a bargain! Good luck drilling through anything with this though, my 18v version of this is crap, good as a screwdriver but not much else.

i have the 18 V one, its worked fine for the 3 years of DIY i've done.... (metal, wood, plastics, masonry)
1 Like #15
What does sok mean?
#16
HightownMo
What does sok mean?

Big sok out to you Mo, witty stuff
#17
sok = Sonic Outruns Knuckles

Edited By: chrisgcox3 on Jul 30, 2014 14:16
#18
put a sock in it!!
#19
No sok'ing chance of finding this at my local - hot for those that do!
#20
What you all going on about, sok? ;)
#21
mugglesquop
noeasywayout
£9 seems a bargain! Good luck drilling through anything with this though, my 18v version of this is crap, good as a screwdriver but not much else.

i have the 18 V one, its worked fine for the 3 years of DIY i've done.... (metal, wood, plastics, masonry)

Same here, couldn't have asked for a better drill and the battery life is fantastic even if it's not used for a few months doesn't discharge
#22
Jasey25
even if it's not used for a few months doesn't discharge

mine does!

dead after a few weeks :(
#23
morlspin
What you all going on about, sok? ;)

You started it! :D
#24
This be any good to put screws into decking?
#25
cannot seem to get this deal up an running ...lol
#26
richje100
This be any good to put screws into decking?

no, you need a hammer for that
#27
noeasywayout
£9 seems a bargain! Good luck drilling through anything with this though, my 18v version of this is crap, good as a screwdriver but not much else.
Is it a hammer drill? What battery size do you have on this 18v? bc 4ah batteries are better.Always use new or nearly new drill bits then is should be ok.

Edited By: oddjob on Aug 16, 2014 15:11

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