Dewalt 12v drill driver and SDS drill twinpack only £69.98 @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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This is instore only and only available till Monday 15th Dec.
This is an absolute steal for this price.

Drill driver for drilling and screwdriving applications.
Includes 2x1.3 ah batteries.

SDS hammer drill for wood, metal and masonry drilling.

Dont forget you also get a £5 giftcard when you spend over £50 and a £15 card on a £100 spend.
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#1
now this is a deal ... worth every penny !
banned#2
I just paid £61 and a few pence getting it from ScrewFix, delivered using the 10% Voucher, got mine this week, brilliant toy,
#3
Roccostan
I just paid £61 and a few pence getting it from ScrewFix, delivered using the 10% Voucher, got mine this week, brilliant toy,


It says its £97.86 and not in stock @ screwfix.
#4
Assuming it is available - it's worth it just for the two batteries if you have dewalt 12v kit.......
#5
I agree, voted hot, may have to pop down tomorrow and be tempted, can never have enough power tools............:p
banned#6
Broxy
It says its £97.86 and not in stock @ screwfix.


i fortunately have a local screwfix, popped in yesterday to check it out, they had it on display at £69.99, thats before the VAT cut, here's the link when it was posted earlier but the direct link now just goes to a picture of a single precussion drill, but its still the twin pack, the main difference between the screwfix & B&Q deal seems to be that the screww fix deal is Percussion drill and the B&Q is SDS, which to me means nothing really, im happy as larry
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/262925/dewalt-d21710ksf-sfgb-twinpack-dril/
#7
Roccostan
i fortunately have a local screwfix, popped in yesterday to check it out, they had it on display at £69.99, thats before the VAT cut, here's the link when it was posted earlier but the direct link now just goes to a single precussion drill, not sure whats going on!
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/262925/dewalt-d21710ksf-sfgb-twinpack-dril/


That link is for the percussion drill twinpack and has been for a while.
You must have got lucky @ screwfix, you sure its the SDS drill.;-)
#8
I have the 2kg SDS drill and paid £120 a few years ago. It is a quality piece of kit.
For that to be matched with a (fairly low spec) drill driver and two batteries (I have 12volt Dewalt kit a few years old) is a great deal.
The percussion drill on the screwfix deal is not a patch on the SDS.
banned#9
1.3 ah batteries are pretty naff
#10
whats the difference between precussion and sds
#11
good set, hot ............. :thumbsup:
#12
Borat
whats the difference between precussion and sds


The chuck... on a standard percussion drill the chuck is just a key or hand tightened chuck in which the bits are prone to slipping. An SDS chuck has no such slipping and is very quick to change bits.
#13
Broxy
The chuck... on a standard percussion drill the chuck is just a key or hand tightened chuck in which the bits are prone to slipping. An SDS chuck has no such slipping and is very quick to change bits.


Its not just about the chuck! SDS is the pneumatic action of the hammer function. Its like 100 times more effective than your regular hammer drill. Also you can drill pretty much into masonry with a cheapo blunt bit without any hassel. Fat chance with a hammer drill!

Also this is a blindin deal. Shame I already have a Makita SDS and various Makita drill/drivers so no point me buying one.
#14
hot deal!
#15
dont forget the batteries are only 1.3ah on this deal, ok i guess if you dont use them every day, but as a chippy i wouldnt find this powerfull enough for the job, ive got 6 2.0 ah batteries for my 18volt dewalt kit and sometimes i come unstuck if ive got a lot to do, but for the money this is a good deal and worth it just dont expect the batteries to last forever, if i had a chioce i would go makita or metabo for the extra money as the cash and performance is a lot better.
#16
this is really hot- dewalt are one of the best in the industry
#17
davej
dont forget the batteries are only 1.3ah on this deal, ok i guess if you dont use them every day, but as a chippy i wouldnt find this powerfull enough for the job, ive got 6 2.0 ah batteries for my 18volt dewalt kit and sometimes i come unstuck if ive got a lot to do, but for the money this is a good deal and worth it just dont expect the batteries to last forever, if i had a chioce i would go makita or metabo for the extra money as the cash and performance is a lot better.


well im a chippie and i have about 6 cordless drills and this dewalt is one my best .... its very light and small and great for getting into tight areas ( kitchen fitting ) batteries last fine . just pop it on charge when ded so no big deal
#18
Bought this ages ago when it was £100. Ideal for diy, not sure about trade use though. Voted hot.
banned#19
cadmus
well im a chippie and i have about 6 cordless drills and this dewalt is one my best .... its very light and small and great for getting into tight areas ( kitchen fitting ) batteries last fine . just pop it on charge when ded so no big deal


No use for site work then when you don't always have power:whistling:

The best cordless drills are panasonic, mine has two 3.5ah batteries and cost about
180 quid but is worth ten of these 'toys'.
#20
are their any bits with these tools?
#21
If the pros can stop willy waving for a while, this is a good deal for the price for diy use.

The batteries are usualoly 30 each although I would uswe the battery drill as a screwdriver rather than a drill.

If it is sds then a great price. even a straight hammer drill is good value for dewalt quality.

edit 0 if the same as the screwfix deal then it is not sds and no bits other than a driver bit with the battery drill
#22
I've just been to B&Q Cribbs Causeway, Bristol and can confirm that it is the SDS drill in the kit. There were loads of them down from £99 odd to £69-98. Posted as a limited deal (but the time was not stated). The cordless drill is nice and light weight and ideal for screw driving - but won't have the grunt for bigger jobs.
There is a £5 'gift' voucher off £50 spend or £15 for a £100 spend. I needed a few other things and just made it over the ton - so £15 off effectively.

So at a minimum this deal is £65.
Please don't think I am a B&Q fan - in fact I used to actively avoid ever going there -some of the prices there are silly (bathroom sealant £9.99 - I think not!), but this deal is HOT. Thanks for the post :thumbsup:
#23
I Install double glazing, I have one of these cordless that i keep at home, perfect for flatpack, diy, home improvements ect, at work i use an 18v, rrp £280, has a lot more power but not sure if its pound for pound better value than this, I paid £60 from the dewalt shop for the cordless only, this is a bargain, going to get one to match my other cordless and buy a double holster and walk about like a cowboy.
Bargain, im off to see block and qauil see if theres any left...
#24
goldmax
No use for site work then when you don't always have power:whistling:

The best cordless drills are panasonic, mine has two 3.5ah batteries and cost about
180 quid but is worth ten of these 'toys'.




certainly not a toy and the drill will accept higher Ah batteries

got this set when it was on offer at screwfix and it's good kit,
the SDS drill has roto stop for chiselling, no bits were supplied.
#25
Some advice please.... I have a cheap no brand 24V cordless drill from Screwfix that is quite old now. It works fine but the batteries are getting to end of life. I also have an old Bosch corded pneumatic drill that is fine. If I buy this set will the cordless be at least as good as my 24V cordless and also, can I give away my pneumatic drill i.e. can I use the SDS for relatively simple non masonary jobs inside the house or not?
#26
feival
Some advice please.... I have a cheap no brand 24V cordless drill from Screwfix that is quite old now. It works fine but the batteries are getting to end of life. I also have an old Bosch corded pneumatic drill that is fine. If I buy this set will the cordless be at least as good as my 24V cordless and also, can I give away my pneumatic drill i.e. can I use the SDS for relatively simple non masonary jobs inside the house or not?




the cordless will probably be better than ya 24v,
i would keep hold of ya bosch drill, the SDS can be heavy for smaller work.
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I've now opened the box and am disappointed to find the SDS drill has no 'rotary stop' - that bit has been blanked off:x. This is one of the main advantages of an SDS drill - the chiselling/breaking function.
Still a good deal - but in my mind now distinctly warm - but I won't be taking it back as I need the batteries and they are almost worth it alone.

As to the comparison with a no make 24 v ....this small dewalt cordless has 20nm of torque, a much larger (even a no make) should have more than that at 24v. This drill is for smaller jobs like kitchen assembly pilot holes and screwdriving. A larger more multi purpose drill it is not. Look to spend more like £100 on one with 40nm plus for masonry drilling and driving large screws. If it doesn't quote the torque suspect it is poor! As the torque output goes up the quality of the internals needs to be much better.
#28
mozzer99
[SIZE=6]WARNING[/SIZE]
I've now opened the box and am disappointed to find the SDS drill has no 'rotary stop' - that bit has been blanked off:x. This is one of the main advantages of an SDS drill - the chiselling/breaking function.
Still a good deal - but in my mind now distinctly warm - but I won't be taking it back as I need the batteries and they are almost worth it alone.

As to the comparison with a no make 24 v ....this small dewalt cordless has 20nm of torque, a much larger (even a no make) should have more than that at 24v. This drill is for smaller jobs like kitchen assembly pilot holes and screwdriving. A larger more multi purpose drill it is not. Look to spend more like £100 on one with 40nm plus for masonry drilling and driving large screws. If it doesn't quote the torque suspect it is poor! As the torque output goes up the quality of the internals needs to be much better.

are you certain it has no rotary stop. cos acording to another member on here and the model number, it should have it.
can anyone else confirm this. can anybody who has purchased this set give me the model number please
#29
Hmm need to find out the model number for that SDS. If its D25003K which is the similar deal Screwfix are doing then it does have Rotostop function.
The SDS alone is worth about that price so a free 12V drill thrown is is nothing to moan about just because of the 'poor' batteries! Take the deal as it is. Its a good deal. Jeez!
#30
mozzer99
[SIZE=6]WARNING[/SIZE]
As to the comparison with a no make 24 v ....this small dewalt cordless has 20nm of torque, a much larger (even a no make) should have more than that at 24v. This drill is for smaller jobs like kitchen assembly pilot holes and screwdriving. A larger more multi purpose drill it is not. Look to spend more like £100 on one with 40nm plus for masonry drilling and driving large screws. If it doesn't quote the torque suspect it is poor! As the torque output goes up the quality of the internals needs to be much better.


Thanks for that. The 24V has not torque on it so probably poor. My experience is that it can drive literally any screw into timber as like a hot knife into butter. However it can't even do a hole into a brick wall for a rawl plug. REading your comment I suspect that this 12V drill is therefore about the same. Given the batteries on my 24V are dying I am off to B&Q - provided it has the rotary stop!!!
#31
#32
mozzer99
[SIZE=6]WARNING[/SIZE]
I've now opened the box and am disappointed to find the SDS drill has no 'rotary stop' - that bit has been blanked off:x. This is one of the main advantages of an SDS drill - the chiselling/breaking function.




what model number is on yours?
#33
right,
just been to b&q and looked at the display model so can confirm this has not got rotary stop function. so you cant chisel with it.
the model number is d25002
and it doesn't come in a case. just the cardboard box if any of yous are wondering
#34
sul
right,
just been to b&q and looked at the display model so can confirm this has not got rotary stop function. so you cant chisel with it.
the model number is d25002
and it doesn't come in a case. just the cardboard box if any of yous are wondering




not good.......still a decent deal but roto stop makes a huge difference.
#35
Ok- so you don't believe me!:p Here's the proof. The top two pics are the new SDS as part of this deal. Note the plastic stop where the roto stop would be.....
To show you what I mean check out the bottom pic which is my existing 2kg with roto stop.

http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e380/mozzer99/new.jpg

http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e380/mozzer99/vin.jpg

http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e380/mozzer99/old.jpg
#36
mozzer99
Ok- so you don't believe me!:p Here's the proof.




lol did believe ya, just thought it was the same model as screwfix had done.
#37
'A[L
C;3750288']How does this compare to

http://www.ibood.com/site/uk/iboodSpecs.php

http://www.ibood.com/site/pics/products/other/black03Large.jpg


I like B&D stuff and this is a good price - provided it has roto stop. It doesn't say it has it but the chisels suggest it must(?). Next price band up is £80-90 with roto stop.
#38
just popped down b&q and brought another pair. i use both drills an awefull lot so both great for a backups. also purchased another bargain ... phillips energy saving light bulbs at 39p for a pack of 5 ... less than 8p a bulb .
also dont forget you get the vat reduction on this drill which is another saving of the best part of £1.50. so this great combi set only cost about £ 68.50 and you get the free £5 voucher with this over £50 spend which can be used in january onwards .so thearetically its only costing £63.50 ish
#39
If ya after one with roto stop for chiseling


Ryobi £61.65
http://www.toolshopdirect.co.uk/item.php/sn/RYBERH750VTSDPROMO

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