Bosch 14.4V Cordless Drill with 2 x 1.2Ah Ni-Cd batteries 711/3457 £39.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Bosch 14.4V Cordless Drill with 2 x 1.2Ah Ni-Cd batteries 711/3457 £39.99 @ Argos

£39.99 @ Argos
Bosch PSR cordless screwdrivers are recommended for longer overhead applications and larger diameters. Whether it be reconstruction work, repairs on a wooden patio or summerhouse or renovation work an… Read More
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Bosch PSR cordless screwdrivers are recommended for longer overhead applications and larger diameters. Whether it be reconstruction work, repairs on a wooden patio or summerhouse or renovation work and repairs on fences in the garden, its range of applications is (virtually) unlimited. With variable speed and torque settings, the Bosch 14.4V cordless drill driver can work with a range of materials. The drill comes complete with a second battery so that you never have to run out of power.

This product comes with a FREE 2 year guarantee and a 5-day repair service. We will collect, repair and service your product and return it to you in perfect working order within 5 working days. (Collection excludes UK Highlands and Islands).
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6 Likes #1
Don't touch Ni-Cd....it will be dead within a year.
2 Likes #2
14.4v and Ni-Cd? oO
#3
Really??? what is this new fandangle technology?
#4
MrClifford
14.4v and Ni-Cd? oO
It will be 12 cells but Ni-Cd's are nearly useless for home power tools.
#5
You can only sell Ni-Cd to the completely ignorant these days - hopeless.
#7
Some very interesting comments here today. Yep this is pretty old hat but I have had mine for 3 years. Its still going strong. I have erected a car port with it, fitted a kitchen with it, put up cladding etc etc. Its no good for drilling walls and it runs out of torque for heavy duty stuff but the batteries have lasted fine. For the price for a budget drill its good but I appreciate you can spend £20 more now for something a lot better.

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