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Black and Decker KR604CRESK 600W Percussion Hammer Drill £28.93 @ Amazon

£28.93 @ Amazon
Good Amazon price for a hammer action drill from a well known brand. Has spindle lock / keyless chuck and variable speed. Excellent reviews on Amazon. Cheapest price elsewhere is around £40. … Read More
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6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago
Good Amazon price for a hammer action drill from a well known brand.

Has spindle lock / keyless chuck and variable speed.

Excellent reviews on Amazon. Cheapest price elsewhere is around £40.

Free delivery. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.
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6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago
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#1
Will this go through a brick wall? Wanting to run some cable from the garage
#2
Just read that it does. Any recommendations on the best bits for going through a wall?
1 Like #3
masonry drill bits
#4
praevalens
Just read that it does. Any recommendations on the best bits for going through a wall?

Any masonry bits should work
#5
Google
#6
praevalens
Just read that it does. Any recommendations on the best bits for going through a wall?


google
5 Likes #7
hukdbargain
praevalens
Just read that it does. Any recommendations on the best bits for going through a wall?


google


If the comments section isn't for discussion about the item and associated accessories then what is it for?

I'd be surprised if people buy the drill and then pop in here to say "thanks guys, love watching this turn, if only it had some other use!"

I am a complete novice at diy and appreciate the help I get from people like DrAcula1. Google is helpful when you know what you are talking about/looking for.

Not to worry, this may be my last post anyway as I believe there are electricals running through my walls.
2 Likes #8
You can check for the presence of cables and pipes with a device like this:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00FZN5EH6/ref=s9_acsd_hps_bw_c_x_2

The masonry bit you need depends on the thickness of the cable and depth of the wall. For example to drill a 10mm hole through a 150mm wall you will need something like this:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dart-MAS100150-150-Masonry-Drill/dp/B01608U5RS/ref=sr_1_7
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praevalens
hukdbargain
praevalens
Just read that it does. Any recommendations on the best bits for going through a wall?
google
If the comments section isn't for discussion about the item and associated accessories then what is it for?
I'd be surprised if people buy the drill and then pop in here to say "thanks guys, love watching this turn, if only it had some other use!"
I am a complete novice at diy and appreciate the help I get from people like DrAcula1. Google is helpful when you know what you are talking about/looking for.
Not to worry, this may be my last post anyway as I believe there are electricals running through my walls.
Don't worry too much about 'electricals'. You'd have to be really unlucky to find one. Stand in a bucket of cold water just to be on the safe side.
1 Like #10
eatmorefish
praevalens
hukdbargain
praevalens
Just read that it does. Any recommendations on the best bits for going through a wall?
google
If the comments section isn't for discussion about the item and associated accessories then what is it for?
I'd be surprised if people buy the drill and then pop in here to say "thanks guys, love watching this turn, if only it had some other use!"
I am a complete novice at diy and appreciate the help I get from people like DrAcula1. Google is helpful when you know what you are talking about/looking for.
Not to worry, this may be my last post anyway as I believe there are electricals running through my walls.
Don't worry too much about 'electricals'. You'd have to be really unlucky to find one. Stand in a bucket of cold water just to be on the safe side.


What about pipesies, don't want to flood the place
1 Like #11
d33mb33
You can check for the presence of cables and pipes with a device like this:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00FZN5EH6/ref=s9_acsd_hps_bw_c_x_2

The masonry bit you need depends on the thickness of the cable and depth of the wall. For example to drill a 10mm hole through a 150mm wall you will need something like this:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dart-MAS100150-150-Masonry-Drill/dp/B01608U5RS/ref=sr_1_7


Thanks. It's awful how bad I am at this stuff, it used to be a call to my granddad or dad, both died within a month of each other last October/November, my brother is just as crap as me at diy haha.

I do appreciate all the help, it's just Ethernet cables I plan on running through via the garage as that lines up with the lounge and my computer is in the utility room, you can see I make appropriate use of all the diy space available to me.

Thanks again all
#12
If you just want Ethernet then you could consider power line adapters or a wifi range extender. No drilling required :)
#13
I think with about a tenner more,the Lidl parkside or Aldi workzone 1500w sds drill would make a way better choice.

Edited By: linhang90 on Sep 25, 2016 20:33: Typo
#14
You can use this on a car battery and inverter if necessary and far superior to 1.5 amp rechargeable drills
#15
d33mb33
If you just want Ethernet then you could consider power line adapters or a wifi range extender. No drilling required :)


Thanks. Still have a few sitting around, I get an incredibly good speed with my wireless adaptor for downloading etc 8meg down a second but the steam link is poor over wifi and the wiring in my house doesn't offer anything good via power line adaptors
1 Like #16
I use the Dewalt 'extreme masonry' drill bits, they're some if the best. always drill without putting too much pressure on the drill, let the bits cut at their own rate rather than you pushing hard which will blunt the drill bit more quickly.
#17
I have been struggling putting blinds up in my flat, exremly tough brick. I borrowed this drill from a friend and bought this bit set and it was like cutting through butter compared to my 18v Makita drill.
http://www.toolstation.com/shop/Power+Tool+Accessories/d80/Masonry+Drill+Bits/sd1350/Cordless+Masonry+Drill+Bit+Set/p44973

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