Challenge Xtreme 3.6V Lithium Ion 4pcs Combo Kit £21.99 @ argos - HotUKDeals
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Challenge Xtreme 3.6V Lithium Ion 4pcs Combo Kit.

3.6V.
5000 - 25000rpm.
LED Light.
Soft grip handle.
Accessories included: 9pcs drill bits, 1pc magnetic bits holder and 40pcs grinder bits.
Screwdriver: 180 rpm.mini drill: 5000-25000 rpm.scissors: 1000 rpm.
Additional features: screwdriver size H19, W4.3, D10cmscissors size: H23.5, W5, D8.5cm.lamp size: H25.5, W4.3, D5cm.
Screwdriver weight: 0.32kg.mini drill weight: 0.3kg. scissors weight: 0.28kg.lamp weight: 0.14kg.
Batteries required: 4 x Li-Ion (included).
3-5hr charging time.
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#1
Challenge Xtreme? more like Xtreme Challenge using this garbage on any job, just too weak and poor build quality.
#2
I agree with vip887 they are rubbish and cant even handle some of the easiest tasks without failing
#3
Strange.

MOST reviews here say its pretty good.

http://reviews.argos.co.uk/1493-en_gb/7111655/reviews.htm

With FOUR batteries this is a damn good bargain
#4
Bought last week, only comes with one battery.
#5
3.6v? save your money folks and spend a little bit more on something more powerful
#6
is this 15% less in homebase when spending £50
#7
3.6v - fine if you are drilling cardboard I'd imagine!
#8
rizla01
Strange.

MOST reviews here say its pretty good.


http://reviews.argos.co.uk/1493-en_gb/7111655/reviews.htm


With FOUR batteries this is a damn good bargain

But isn't that a completely different model????
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/97-7111655aA71UC547257T.jpg
So far as I can see it is - the one posted has no reviews at all - which is odd.

Edited By: G0OSE on Feb 12, 2011 10:34
#9
G0OSE
3.6v - fine if you are drilling cardboard I'd imagine!

Ive a Bosch 3.6 - and believe me, it's powerful enough. Too powerful at times. I ruined the tiny screws on my old laptop when I was going to replace memory. Skinned all of them - I had to do it slowly with a screwdriver in the end
These of course are the cheapie makes. Might be OK for some, though.
But I paid £24 off Amazon just before Xmas for my Bosch with all extras.
#10
Cheers mate - ordered for store pick-up, if it's no good then nothing lost.
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PhilK
G0OSE
3.6v - fine if you are drilling cardboard I'd imagine!

Ive a Bosch 3.6 - and believe me, it's powerful enough. Too powerful at times. I ruined the tiny screws on my old laptop when I was going to replace memory. Skinned all of them - I had to do it slowly with a screwdriver in the end
These of course are the cheapie makes. Might be OK for some, though.
But I paid £24 off Amazon just before Xmas for my Bosch with all extras.

I was refering to the drill part!
As for screwing laptop screws in with cordless screwdriver.....well what can I say?

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