Bosch PSB 1800 Li-2 drill, 2 batteries and toolbox accessory kit, 79.99 (ish!) @ Wickes - HotUKDeals
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Bosch PSB 1800 Li-2 drill, 2 batteries and toolbox accessory kit, 79.99 (ish!) @ Wickes

£79.99 @ Wickes
Bosch PSB 1800 Li 2 drill with 2 batteries, 241 accessories and toolbox case. Add the cheapest product you can find (e.g. a 69p radiator key http://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-Brass-Radiator-Key/p/421534)…
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Bosch PSB 1800 Li 2 drill with 2 batteries, 241 accessories and toolbox case. Add the cheapest product you can find (e.g. a 69p radiator key http://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-Brass-Radiator-Key/p/421534) to get the total over £100 and use code BLACK20 to get £20 off, bringing the drill price down to around £80.

Code ends on 6th December.

Drill with 2 batteries can be found for around £69 so for me a tenner more for the accessory pack and toolbox makes this a good deal.
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#1
Do I need it hmmmmm No but soooooo want it!!!!! HEAT ADDED
1 Like #2
guttediam
Do I need it hmmmmm No but soooooo want it!!!!! HEAT ADDED

Buy it! I would but I've already got this drill (with 1 battery and no accessories :( )

If you go click and collect you can also get a 49p pack of screws to save yourself another 20p

http://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-Twin-Thread-Screws-No-10x32mm-Pack-20/p/511029
3 Likes #3
If you want to save another three pence, get a brick for 43p, it'll give you something to test with:

http://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-Engineering-Bricks-Red-65mm-Class-B/p/213642
#4
3/8 chuck?
#5
This is a great deal thanks for posting
1 Like #6
Hmmm

Not an armchair then
#7
Any reviews for this. Is it okay for basic DIY?
#8
that is seriously good deal. I got the plus version of this drill with more torque. but only 1.5ah batteries and no accessories and more expensive
1 Like #9
I already have this exact drill with 2x2ah batteries but i WANT that carry case? anyone buys this I will give you £20 for that carry case? I hate the one that came with mine lol I'm very serious btw oO
#10
Lakeside
Hmmm
Not an armchair then
Why I came here. Did not disappoint.
#11
Perfect timing, been looking for a decent cordless to supplement the 30 year old corded B&D... thanks OP!
#12
I've had success in the past of adding a plastic bag for a further 5p at wickes to meet minimum thresholds.
1 Like #13
_dash
Perfect timing, been looking for a decent cordless to supplement the 30 year old corded B&D... thanks OP!

Inherited my dads 30 year old corded B&D and keep trying to resist cordless drill offers. This one nearly broke me, won't get it passed the financial controller, but damn I'm tempted.
#14
Be aware the price of this drill fluctuates massively. I picked one up from homebase about 8 months ago for £40 with the two batteries. I've had to exchange it once after the gearbox began to grind but if you can get it at a lower price for the drill and batteries then it's not worth the extra 40 for the case and bits.
#15
Oos after trying a few times with their **** site
1 Like #16
Valiantcat
If you want to save another three pence, get a brick for 43p, it'll give you something to test with:

http://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-Engineering-Bricks-Red-65mm-Class-B/p/213642


​brilliant

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