Bosch 24v Hammer Drill + 45 Piece Accessory set + 2nd battery for £97.48 or less in-store @ B&Q.... - HotUKDeals
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Seen deal in B&Q in Newhaven this afternoon. Not available online.
The "or less" is with the OAP discount on Wednesday / trade / staff discounts.

Seems a good deal with drill alone £129 on screw fix, argos, amazon etc
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#1
GREAT DEAL:thumbsup:
#2
I have this and have to say its great!, would like to add if you try buying the extra battery and tool bits seperately will most probably cost £40 and £30 restrospectively each = £70 so for the drill and battery only £27 ish pound and thats a bosch 24volt!!!:thumbsup:
#3
Added "in-store @ B&Q" to title..
#4
At that price I'd save up and get a real one that will last for life ie Makita. Bosch dont last us long on site, normally someone brings one in that they had for xmas and its dead by the end of Jan :-) Pay £30-50 for a drill any higher save up and get the best. Christ you could leave a makita to your children after you die!

PS stay away from Dwalt too all trash now, they are black n decker :-(
#5
God, i didnt realise if you bought one of these drills you had to get a job working on the sites! I had only planned on using mine for a bit of DIY.

Ok, being slightly cheeky, :-D Im sure they dont take the abuse that a Makita can, but will still be more than good enough to push hard in typical household type work.

Nice post, cheers
#6
My dad got himself a 24Volt Bosch psb24ve2 cordless drill about 3-4 years ago when argos were doing them for about £60, The drills is pretty good, but the battery only lasted a little over a year (3 cells failed in it), cost about another £50 to get a cheap 3rd party replacement extra high capacity battery (a genuine Bosch one would have cost more than a new drill).

That said I was given a lower voltage model bosch (might have been 7.2 or 9.6V) from the same range by a woodworking magazine some years back, I passed it on to my dad and it is still going strong. He's also had a 12 volt Black and Decker on permanent loan from me (also a given to me by a magazine :-D ) I would think well over 10 years ago which the battery is only just showing signs of tiredness. Oh and both the latter drills especially the B&D have been heavily used while he was working with a handyman for a few years fitting kitchens, shops and general DIY etc.

PS stay away from Dwalt too all trash now, they are black n decker
One good thing about Black and Decker's Dewalt/Elu brands is you can (or at least you could last time I needed some) get replacement parts for a reasonable price. About 4 years ago he got his ~£240 Elu router (These are now sold under the Dewalt brand) repaired (he broke it) for about £15 including labour!
#7
True they are ok for some DIY but to be honest they are not much good at a lot of that. Screw some handles on with the and see just how good that slow start it as it jumps out of your hand and scratches those expensive doors etc. All I am saying if you want to do just a bit of diy then pay less, if not pay more :-) I think its a lot of money for what it is :-)
#8
Mister_E
True they are ok for some DIY but to be honest they are not much good at a lot of that. Screw some handles on with the and see just how good that slow start it as it jumps out of your hand and scratches those expensive doors etc. All I am saying if you want to do just a bit of diy then pay less, if not pay more :-) I think its a lot of money for what it is :-)


i've been using the 18v version for 3 years now. battery is starting to lose charge at quicker rate now and must say that this is a good deal considering the price of new batteries.

mister e is correct on the quality issue. my father is a tradesman and in comparison, his makita is superior to my bosch (much smoother and more powerful). however, the bosch is perfetcly suitable for diy jobs - i've used mine on renovating and updating my own house (including extensions and attic conversions) and it has been more than up to each job.

the people who knacker equipment are those who use their tools incorrectly which is probably why new people on site break their tools. eg. it may say hammer action, but don't use these to drill holes in brickwork. word of warning - never lend your tools to other people!!

btw. door handles should always be screwed on by hand (professional tip). even a makita in the hands of a pro can slip and scratch the handles.

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