Dewalt 14.4V Drill Driver + 3rd Battery + Bit Set + Sports Bag £139.99 delivered by Amazon - HotUKDeals
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WAS £386.56.

Great reduction.
A top selling DeWalt Professional Cordless Drill Driver with an exclusive added value pack which consists of a third battery and a 10 piece screwdriver bit set. The Powerful 14.4 V drill driver for drilling and screwdriving applications but along with Compact, lightweight design. it has 17 position adjustable torque control for consistent screwdriving into a variety of materials with different screw sizes. For controllable use, it has got Two speed settings, variable speed and reverse switch. 10mm single sleeve keyless chuck with automatic spindle lock for quick and easy bit change with one hand.
Includes : 1 hour charger, 3 x 1,3Ah NiCd batteries and heavy-duty carrying case.

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Drill/Driver

1 hour charger

3 x 1.3Ah Batteries

Carry Case

10 Piece bit set

sports bag
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#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/314x69ZlM%2BL._SS400_.jpg

You might like to 'Chance yer arm' by ordering this item too.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/14-4V-13mm-Drill-Driver-Kit/dp/B000YERMX0/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=diytools&qid=1197838450&sr=1-2
They are showing this

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/4159nMfC2gL._AA280_.jpg

But describing and pricing it as a Drill Driver Kit so you might get a few hundred quids worth of drop saw for £82.00.

You might end up with this.
http://www.screwfix.com/prods/28105/Power-Tools/Cordless-Drills/DeWalt-DC728KA-Drill-Driver-14-4V;jsessionid=XE0GRTQMVIQQACSTHZOSFFY for just over £82 which is extremely good value, too.
(This is the only one that I can find in the 14.4V range that is described as a de walt drill driver kit.)
What dya reckon?:)
#2
Voted cold I'm afraid.

I bought this and I think it's far better: Bosch same spec but at almost one-third of the price! :)
(Wilko sell it without the extra battery and bits at £39.99)
#3
rizla01
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/314x69ZlM%2BL._SS400_.jpg

You might like to 'Chance yer arm' by ordering this item too.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/14-4V-13mm-Drill-Driver-Kit/dp/B000YERMX0/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=diytools&qid=1197838450&sr=1-2
They are showing this

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/4159nMfC2gL._AA280_.jpg

But describing and pricing it as a Drill Driver Kit so you might get a few hundred quids worth of drop saw for £82.00.
What dya reckon?:)



Different seller but I tried the same thing with a £1000 bluray HD camcorder , they had shown the HD one with
the price of a £270 standard camcorder ......... I got the standard one sent to me :roll:
#4
springbrucesteen;1356623
Different seller but I tried the same thing with a £1000 bluray HD camcorder , they had shown the HD one with
the price of a £270 standard camcorder ......... I got the standard one sent to me :roll:


But the drill driver (If thats what you end up with) is still £135 in Screwfix. Comes with carrying case and two batteries.
Titanium :- Cant see that these are no good since most of the trade use them and little else. Hitachi appear to be the next best.
#5
ICE COLD soz. Dewalt are now rubbish, no longer used by us tradesmen now that they are just black and decker. They are failing onsite left right and center. Its common knowledge now to avoid them. Matika are now the only choice really for us on site, of course some other brands have a certain item thats great and we use them too. But Dewalt, big no no now. You may as well get any home DIY kit, its cheaper and will last as long as a dewalt.
#6
Sorry had to vote cold.

Yep thats spot on.

Dewalt are now made by the same people that make Black and Decker and the majority of tradesmen wont touch them.

Would have to disagree with the Makita argument though. Hitachi are right up there at the moment and if you want better then Festool beats them hands down

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