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Bosch Professional 790W 110V SDS Plus Hammer Drill GBH2-24D - £59.00 @ B&Q (around £95+ elsewhere)

£59.00 @ B&Q
Bosch Professional 790W 110V SDS Plus Hammer Drill GBH2-24D @ B&Q CRAZY BARGAIN - £59 FIFTY-NINE QUID ! Builders, Sparkies, Plumbers, and all If you use 110v on site or have a yellow tr… Read More
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Bosch Professional 790W 110V SDS Plus Hammer Drill GBH2-24D @ B&Q

CRAZY BARGAIN - £59 FIFTY-NINE QUID !

Builders, Sparkies, Plumbers, and all

If you use 110v on site or have a yellow transformer this is for you

A proper Bosch blue professional for the price of a d-I-y drill

*Please note folks this is 110 volt*

Voucher code: CLUBD86S4 takes £10 off
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#1
https://webservices.bosch.com/RB.AdaptiveImage/remote/pt-pro.resource.bosch.com/media/gbh-2-24-d-27288-hires-png-rgb-92356.png
banned 2 Likes #2
HOT

No good for DIYers though its 110v
#3
Shoppaholic16
Does anyone know where a voucher code can be added when ordering from b&q?
Should be at the bottom just before you click checkout, says add voucher
#4
good drill
#5
Put in voucher code CLUBD86S4 and it knocks off £10 so its £49 delivered ,Bargain.!!
#6
I'm still waiting on a cordless one
3 Likes #7
£49 with code CLUBD86S4 8)
#8
YouDontWantToKnow
HOT

No good for DIYers though its 110v


I'm a wannabe

why is not good for us DIYers?
banned 2 Likes #9
Saro
YouDontWantToKnow
HOT
No good for DIYers though its 110v
I'm a wannabe
why is not good for us DIYers?

Because its 110v and you will need to buy one of these to make it work. https://cdn6.bigcommerce.com/s-hczpll0y/products/929/images/1181/IFAI001__88444.1459256096.386.513.jpg?c=2


You cannot plug this drill into household mains
#10
bargain
#11
Amazing drill, I have the model up with changeable chuck and happily paid £100, if I had a transformer I would buy this.
1 Like #12
110 Volts is safer for human use because it has a lower electrical potential and does not electrocute or damage people as quickly as 220 Volts will. Either one is sufficient to kill you if you complete a circuit on it. oO
#13
Hot deal...and a bit safer than 240 Volts.
http://image.shutterstock.com/z/stock-photo-funny-girl-having-problem-with-electricity-electrical-shock-161281697.jpg
banned 3 Likes #14
piotrluk24
110 Volts is safer for human use because it has a lower electrical potential and does not electrocute or damage people as quickly as 220 Volts will. Either one is sufficient to kill you if you complete a circuit on it. oO

Voltage is not what kills you. Its the Amps & 110V run at half the Amps.

You are right though. Unless you have a circuit breaker you are dead either way ;)
1 Like #15
piotrluk24
110 Volts is safer for human use because it has a lower electrical potential and does not electrocute or damage people as quickly as 220 Volts will. Either one is sufficient to kill you if you complete a circuit on it. oO

It is the current that kills you .Body will take easily 200-300 kV.
4 Likes #16
YouDontWantToKnow
piotrluk24
110 Volts is safer for human use because it has a lower electrical potential and does not electrocute or damage people as quickly as 220 Volts will. Either one is sufficient to kill you if you complete a circuit on it. oO
Voltage is not what kills you. Its the Amps & 110V run at half the Amps.
You are right though. Unless you have a circuit breaker you are dead either way ;)

Ha ha you don't want to be electrocuted slowly or quickly !! oO

110v systems are actually 55v-0-55v so safer because the max voltage to earth is 55 volts

And 110v takes MORE current for the wattage, compared to 230v, not less :{
banned#17
money-talks

And 110v takes MORE current for the wattage, compared to 230v, not less :{

My mistake. Too busy watching the football

Edited By: YouDontWantToKnow on Jan 03, 2017 20:26
#18
110v is dual phase 55v each so much lower curent
#19
Thanks absolute bargain. I'm a DIYer but this drill is so good it'll be worth the extra £30 to get an adapter. Total cost £80 and now I can DIY with other 110V accessories if I choose. Thanks OP. Bargain. Been borrowing an SDS drill for too long!
1 Like #20
gimmeadealplease
Thanks absolute bargain. I'm a DIYer but this drill is so good it'll be worth the extra £30 to get an adapter. Total cost £80 and now I can DIY with other 110V accessories if I choose. Thanks OP. Bargain. Been borrowing an SDS drill for too long!
110v is a pain in the ass.

I wouldnt recommend it for the house, lugging about a transformer is not fun.

As long as you have a 30mA RCD in the circuit 230v is perfectly safe.

Where are you getting a 110v transformer for £30 by the way?

Edited By: callum84 on Jan 03, 2017 20:35
#21
great price I have been looking for a 2nd hand drill on eBay and they are no cheaper than this
#22
can anyone recommend any decent drill bits too?
2 Likes #23
Mucka
can anyone recommend any decent drill bits too?
I use
these.
Dont go crazy with SDS bits, its not like ordinary drills which need to be sharp. They work by brute force and even cheap bits work and last very well.

Edited By: callum84 on Jan 03, 2017 21:12
#24
Very good deal for a Bosch blue. Excellent drill
#25
Mucka
can anyone recommend any decent drill bits too?

Screwfix have several kits, search for SDS PLUS SET. One found LINK
#26
Great deal, but unfortunately at checkout time it appears to no longer be available :-(
#27
RueFondary
Great deal, but unfortunately at checkout time it appears to no longer be available :-(

I just tried and it goes through ok for me
#28
Excellent price for a 110v SDS drill
#29
money-talks
RueFondary
Great deal, but unfortunately at checkout time it appears to no longer be available :-(
I just tried and it goes through ok for me

That's most bizarre, as, using both Edge and Internet explorer, at checkout I get an error message stating that the Item(s) are Undeliverable ... WE DON'T HAVE THIS PRODUCT (in all caps!).

Got it through the phone ultimately... £49 is a great price for sure!

Edited By: RueFondary on Jan 03, 2017 22:20: problem solved, kind of!
#30
just bought it for £44.10 with code stacking. £10 off code CLUBD86S4 and 10% off code from email.
#31
piotrluk24
Hot deal...and a bit safer than 240 Volts.http://image.shutterstock.com/z/stock-photo-funny-girl-having-problem-with-electricity-electrical-shock-161281697.jpg

She looks like she need a drill.
#32
Sold out
#33
gap30
Sold out

nope still selling them
#34
usetheforceluke
gap30
Sold out
nope still selling them

Can you post a direct link i cant get it to work for some reason
#35
YouDontWantToKnow
Saro
YouDontWantToKnow
HOT
No good for DIYers though its 110v
I'm a wannabe
why is not good for us DIYers?
Because its 110v and you will need to buy one of these to make it work. https://cdn6.bigcommerce.com/s-hczpll0y/products/929/images/1181/IFAI001__88444.1459256096.386.513.jpg?c=2
You cannot plug this drill into household mains

Gateway to cheap tools brought from lads wearing trackies and hoods that is :D
1 Like #36
gap30
usetheforceluke
gap30
Sold out
nope still selling them
Can you post a direct link i cant get it to work for some reason

Click this link still showing as available :)

Product code: 3165140626934




Edited By: money-talks on Jan 04, 2017 12:00
#37
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#38
yep people were ordering it ok online, looks like its now sold out, had to happen - I'll expire it

good luck to those who got a bargain, sadly I need a 230v one so it was no good to me
#39
YouDontWantToKnow
piotrluk24
110 Volts is safer for human use because it has a lower electrical potential and does not electrocute or damage people as quickly as 220 Volts will. Either one is sufficient to kill you if you complete a circuit on it. oO
Voltage is not what kills you. Its the Amps & 110V run at half the Amps.

You are right though. Unless you have a circuit breaker you are dead either way ;)

Completely wrong on all accounts.

Most building sites require the use of 110V tools which are fed from these special transformers, they have a centre tapped earth and two conductors at 55V which are 180 degrees out of phase, the point being that if the cable is damaged and a single conductor is exposed and you are unlucky enough to make contact with it, you are only going to have 55V through you rather than 240V.



Edited By: madasadog on Jan 04, 2017 17:57: corrected quote
#40
http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/p075-1/transformer-16a-single-socket/dp/PL14264

Is where I was going to buy my transformer for £30 - but I've just realised that that £30 is only if you buy 3 or more plus you have to pay VAT making it a lot nearer £40.

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