Bosch 2kg SDS Hammer 110V & Free Drill Driver (with 2 x 1.5Ah Ni-CD Batteries) £81.00 (Using 10% Voucher WE219859) (Was £199.99) Delivered @ Screwfix - HotUKDeals
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Dropped in price again, great deal as it includes the free drill driver, 10% of code WE219859 expires midnight 23rd August, please note discount does not show at checkout (as voucher link states) but will be taken from final amount charged,

All-round Hammer Drill for drilling and chiselling work in a range of construction materials. Supplied with carry case and FREE 12V Drill Driver with 2 x 1.5Ah Ni-Cd batteries.

* 720W
* Single-Speed Variable & Reverse
* Mechanical Safety Clutch
* All-Metal Gearbox
* Lock-On Switch
* 3-Function
* Replaceable Brushes

GBH2400, auxiliary handle, depth gauge, cleaning towel, operator manual, carry case.

Max. drilling capacity in masonry 26mm, wood 30mm, steel 13mm. Max. impact energy 2.7J. Overall length 377mm. Weight 2.7kg. Includes plug.
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It's a good price - but for a reason. The 110V is great no problems - I always buy Bosch blue tools - better than green and 3 year warranty if registered.

You might have problems with the cordless unit though - just about every NiCd bosch tool I've bought suffers from battery memory effects and premature failure. If you can afford it go for lithium iron battery driven units - yes i know it's more expensive but then a new replacement NiCd battery from bosch is £40-50. I've had to throw away units that are working perfectly but their batteries are not.Sucks but there it is.
Just a heads up. 110v means that the drill will need a transformer if you want to you it around the house, transformers tend to cost around £50.
Just waiting for a 'cheap transformer' thread now :thumbsup:

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