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Bosch PBH 2100 Rotary Hammer Drill - 550W £54.99 @ Argos

£54.99 @ Argos
decent drill for the price and your getting a decent brand! Read More
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decent drill for the price and your getting a decent brand!
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Good price, I think, but be aware this drill chuck will only take SDS+ bits and the chuck cannot be replaced with a conventional one: ie if you have `ordinary` drill bits, they will not fit this drill
#2
says £99.99 on the website
#3
jasee
Good price, I think, but be aware this drill chuck will only take SDS+ bits and the chuck cannot be replaced with a conventional one: ie if you have `ordinary` drill bits, they will not fit this drill
You can use an adaptor chuck like this one https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hitachi-711099-SDS-Adapter-Chuck/dp/B00H3JZV3C/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1480513245&sr=8-2&keywords=sds+keyless+chuck
#4
jasee
Good price, I think, but be aware this drill chuck will only take SDS+ bits and the chuck cannot be replaced with a conventional one: ie if you have `ordinary` drill bits, they will not fit this drill

quick question so I wouldn't be able to use these bits that I have
http://www.diy.com/departments/bosch-x-line-mixed-drill-bit-accessory-set-70-piece/208027_BQ.prd

thanks in advance!
#5
notos
jasee
Good price, I think, but be aware this drill chuck will only take SDS+ bits and the chuck cannot be replaced with a conventional one: ie if you have `ordinary` drill bits, they will not fit this drill

You can use an adaptor chuck like this one https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hitachi-711099-SDS-Adapter-Chuck/dp/B00H3JZV3C/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1480513245&sr=8-2&keywords=sds+keyless+chuck

I did not know that so thank you.. would you know If I'll be able to use this drill bits that I have
http://www.diy.com/departments/bosch-x-line-mixed-drill-bit-accessory-set-70-piece/208027_BQ.prd
#6
iz123456789
notos
jasee
Good price, I think, but be aware this drill chuck will only take SDS+ bits and the chuck cannot be replaced with a conventional one: ie if you have `ordinary` drill bits, they will not fit this drill
You can use an adaptor chuck like this one https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hitachi-711099-SDS-Adapter-Chuck/dp/B00H3JZV3C/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1480513245&sr=8-2&keywords=sds+keyless+chuck
I did not know that so thank you.. would you know If I'll be able to use this drill bits that I havehttp://www.diy.com/departments/bosch-x-line-mixed-drill-bit-accessory-set-70-piece/208027_BQ.prd
Yes you could use those on this drill with an adapter chuck, although you'll find the masonry bits will be very weak performers. So much so that if you're going to do more than a couple holes I'd say you're far better off getting a set of carbide tipped SDS masonry bits as they will work more efficiently and last much much longer. The wood and metal bits would be fine. Bear in mind that this SDS drill won't give you any torque control so it's not suitable for screwdriving. A small 10.8V or 12V battery drill/driver is the best option for that task.
#7
notos
iz123456789
notos
jasee
Good price, I think, but be aware this drill chuck will only take SDS+ bits and the chuck cannot be replaced with a conventional one: ie if you have `ordinary` drill bits, they will not fit this drill
You can use an adaptor chuck like this one https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hitachi-711099-SDS-Adapter-Chuck/dp/B00H3JZV3C/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1480513245&sr=8-2&keywords=sds+keyless+chuck
I did not know that so thank you.. would you know If I'll be able to use this drill bits that I havehttp://www.diy.com/departments/bosch-x-line-mixed-drill-bit-accessory-set-70-piece/208027_BQ.prd
Yes you could use those on this drill with an adapter chuck, although you'll find the masonry bits will be very weak performers. So much so that if you're going to do more than a couple holes I'd say you're far better off getting a set of carbide tipped SDS masonry bits as they will work more efficiently and last much much longer. The wood and metal bits would be fine. Bear in mind that this SDS drill won't give you any torque control so it's not suitable for screwdriving. A small 10.8V or 12V battery drill/driver is the best option for that task.

@notos thanks for the info mate. I'm a learner into the drilling world. still haven't got around to what wall plugs to use lol

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