Bosch IXO Cordless Lithium-Ion Screwdriver with 3.6 V Battery, 1.5 Ah £19.99 @ Amazon (free del with prime or add something to push it over £20) - HotUKDeals
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Bosch IXO Cordless Lithium-Ion Screwdriver with 3.6 V Battery, 1.5 Ah £19.99 @ Amazon (free del with prime or add something to push it over £20)

£19.99 @ Amazon
Cordless screwdriver with forward/reverse operation New Micro- USB charging system with reduced charging time of 3 hours. Integrated spotlight or stray light option improves visibility of the work p… Read More
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Cordless screwdriver with forward/reverse operation
New Micro- USB charging system with reduced charging time of 3 hours.
Integrated spotlight or stray light option improves visibility of the work piece
Direction and charge indication for convenience and easy use
Powered by Lithium Ion technology with 15% more runtime versus previous model.

This product comes with a free 2 year guarantee. In order to extend the warranty from 2 to 3 years, please register your new tool with ‘MyBosch'. You can register your tool by visiting manufacturer's site MyBosch-Tools site within 28 days of purchase.

Box Contains
1 x IXO Cordless Lithium-Ion Screwdriver 10 x Standard screwdriver bits 1 x 3 hour USB charger 1 x Metal carry case Instruction manual
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#1
Get a sim card to make it £20.
2 Likes #2
I know these are fairly popular but for domestic use I can't see the point of them for anyone who can manipulate a regular screwdriver. For occasional use you're better off with a ratcheting screwdriver with bits, for high torque applications you're better off with a good standard screwdriver, and neither would need charging at all.
#3
Ideal for building flat packs.
#4
I had this with the 32 piece bundle in my basket and noticed that dropped by £10 as well.
1 Like #5
notos
I know these are fairly popular but for domestic use I can't see the point of them for anyone who can manipulate a regular screwdriver. For occasional use you're better off with a ratcheting screwdriver with bits, for high torque applications you're better off with a good standard screwdriver, and neither would need charging at all.
I use it daily at work.

Have the makuta 18v and this, goes well together. Nice to use in a few things like network back boxes etc.
#6
this or the one at aldi at £12.99 with 200rpm and 2amp battery?
11 Likes #7
I wasn't going to buy one but seeing the joy on the face of this woman has made me change my mind.

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71A0k8uBVmL._SL1200_.jpg
1 Like #8
Worth paying the extra £250 for the Swarovski version?!

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-Cordless-Lithium-Ion-Screwdriver-Swarovski/dp/B0047CQ10U

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Edited By: cgap on Nov 14, 2016 12:47
#9
uksparky
I wasn't going to buy one but seeing the joy on the face of this woman has made me change my mind.https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71A0k8uBVmL._SL1200_.jpg

She's just a rebel, filling her wardrobe before she's even finished the job. She won't be smiling if she has to move it!
1 Like #10
I have one from last time around. Surprisingly powerful, and a useful bit of kit. Just be aware there is no torque adjustment, so take care with small screws.

Heat from me.
#11
Still waiting for the version with attachments (ideally right angle) to come down to £20, predicting it will happen on Black Friday
#12
Whitefiver
I have one from last time around. Surprisingly powerful, and a useful bit of kit. Just be aware there is no torque adjustment, so take care with small screws.
Heat from me.

There is an optional torque adapter - but that will set you back approx £10 (possibly more)
#13
Apart from being Bosch, what's the difference between the cheaper alternatives?
#14
Deeco
Apart from being Bosch, what's the difference between the cheaper alternatives?

Not sure but it went down very well last time when it cost more!
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bosch-ixo-cordless-lithium-ion-screwdriver-with-3-6-v-battery-1-5-ah-b-q-20-70-2509753
#15
Deal ends on the 20th
#16
Mine has been better than I ever thought it could be. I do a lot of DIY!!
#17
just don't understand the purpose of these? apart from being a less intimidating drill for woman
1 Like #18
uksparky
I wasn't going to buy one but seeing the joy on the face of this woman has made me change my mind.

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71A0k8uBVmL._SL1200_.jpg


Its because it giving off a slight vibration
#19
Hot one. Great little kit for DIY around the house. Good price. Heat added.
#20
great bit of kit. it served me well for a few years. shame there's no torque setting on it, but still a good bit of kit for under 20 quid.
#21
I have one of these - good price
#22
red23
just don't understand the purpose of these? apart from being a less intimidating drill for woman


very handy for building flat packs or any task that involves repetitive screwing (oerr missus)

absolutely love mine. had it ten years or so and still going strong.
1 Like #23
Great bit of kit. Flat pack, shelving etc. My goto machine and i have a corded and cordless drill/driver as well.
#24
cgap
Worth paying the extra £250 for the Swarovski version?! https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-Cordless-Lithium-Ion-Screwdriver-Swarovski/dp/B0047CQ10Uhttps://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/81x18LIdoVL._SL1500_.jpghttps://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/91rZkU6lqPL._SL1500_.jpghttps://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/81jlQbgPn3L._SL1500_.jpg
I’d screw with that, looks like a nice little upmarket piece of kit.
2 Likes #25
red23
just don't understand the purpose of these? apart from being a less intimidating drill for woman

Congratulations on your presidential election victory Donald.
#26
pgilc1
red23
just don't understand the purpose of these? apart from being a less intimidating drill for woman
very handy for building flat packs or any task that involves repetitive screwing (oerr missus)
absolutely love mine. had it ten years or so and still going strong.

I was sceptical but the previous good comments here swung me a year or so ago. It is indeed good for flatpacks, I used mine with a hex bit to build a garden seat that had dozens of long bolts, it saved a huge amount of time.

The torque is such that it's good for almost anything, I used to try hand-tightening things with a screwdriver after the Ixo had stopped turning but very rarely did I need to tighten anything so I rarely bother now. As mentioned in other comments it's strong enough that you do need to be careful when screwing something that could be damaged by too much torque.

I would recommend using quality bits with any powered screwdriver though - Wera gold bits from Toolstation are very tough.
#27
yorkie
red23
just don't understand the purpose of these? apart from being a less intimidating drill for woman
Congratulations on your presidential election victory Donald.

As soon as woman stop saying "ohhh i can't use a drill i'm only a girl, you'll need to do it for me" then i'll not make comments like this.

These are just toy drills for wimps
#28
red23
just don't understand the purpose of these? apart from being a less intimidating drill for woman

A cordless drill or screwdriver is essential for anyone putting in a large number of screws. Even hanging a door is about 22 screws, which is hard work by hand. When doing ceilings or floors, I would never want to put a hundred screws in by hand. Even if a cordless drill would be the first choice there.

I see the cordless screwdriver as potentially very useful for the cases where the space is too small to get my cordless drills in (e.g. between rafters)..


Edited By: jaizan on Nov 16, 2016 18:53
#29
These are great for the money....use mine all the time
#30
I have an older model of this and use it whenever I can so I don't have to get my big 2.5kg 18v Makita combi drill out to run a few screws into something. Great for flatpacks, replacing door handles/hinges, light fittings, switches, plug sockets etc etc. No way my Makita would have fit in half the spaces this has and rarely do i find a stubborn screw this cant handle.

This isn't "a tool for wimps" - it's a tool for those who don't need to compensate!
#31
Deal ended back to normal price !
#32
I didnt manage to get one in time for Christmas for my boyfriend! I'll buy someone's for £25!

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