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Bosch IXO V Cordless Screwdriver 3.6V £32.99 @ Argos

£32.99 @ Argos
Good price for a Bosch. Same screwdriver is over £40 in B&Q and Wickes. Lithium-Ion battery so won't lose its charge and has a handy LED light built in. Comes with metal case, USB charger and … Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Good price for a Bosch. Same screwdriver is over £40 in B&Q and Wickes.

Lithium-Ion battery so won't lose its charge and has a handy LED light built in.

Comes with metal case, USB charger and 10 bit set.
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
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I bought this for £20 from Amazon when it was last on offer.
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I purchased this from B&Q for £17 a year ago. this tool should be at the children toy's shelf, really. The power is just rubbish. Don't buy it!
#4
These are good so long as you accept the limitations of such a small unit. They don't provide a great torque but are small enough to get into tight spaces. They aren't built for heavy use either - I got through 4 of them on one project (but simply exchanged them for a new one each time
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great for putting IKEA and other flat pack furniture together. you can also buy a adjustment Bosch Torque Setting Attachment for IXO 3 and IXO 4 - Black £14.40 from Amazon.
#6
bought from b and q 6 months ago for 20 pounds good product
#7
Yep at around £17 to £20 these are great for putting cabinets together - unlike others I have found them good and powerful, though I much prefer the first version with a standard rather than USB charger as the forward and reverse switch was much easier to use and the unit seemed to hold a bigger charge and seemed more powerful. At this price I am sorry but like many others it is a cold deal. For the record, I have both the versions so am able to compare the two. I expect them to be on special at some stage again, so advice is to hold off until then.
#8
piece of c**p ! get a makita or milwaukee !
#9
As scarface says, this is a great tool for putting furniture together plus other. 'day to day' house tasks. Makita aren't comparable as the power driver is around £100. Finally, the price is around the cheapest you can find it for now. Saying I bought it for £20 7 years ago is pretty pointless if I need it for this weekend. Crack on though

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