DeWalt D21710KSF-SFGB Twinpack Drills - Was £139.99 Now £62.99 @ Screwfix - HotUKDeals
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Complete drilling kit including 600W percussion drill and 12V drill driver.
600W Percussion Drill
13mm Keyed Chuck
Variable Speed & Reverse
2-Speed Gearbox
Depth Stop
12V Drill Driver
10mm Keyless Chuck
2 x 1.3Ah Batteries
20Nm Torque
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#1
http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/20/p4766520_x.jpg
#2
wow, bargain!
#3
good deal
#4
great price, where do you put the code for 10% off?
#5
is this the same drill that is on sale for £100 at b&q?
#6
i love drilling!
#7
souljacker
great price, where do you put the code for 10% off?


there is a box on the confirmation page 'special instructions' you enter it there
#8
Fantastic price, just ordered. One of these drills alone is £85 in B&Q. I've been looking for a replacement drill for my cheap Challenge one which unfortunately gives up when it comes to going through brick!
#9
Ordered mine for the other 1/2 for christmas he will be well impressed thanks op heat left do0nt forget topcash back 8%
#10
[SIZE="6"]'Percussion' drill not SDS[/SIZE]
#11
rugger-tyke
[SIZE="6"]'Percussion' drill not SDS[/SIZE]


and your point is?can't complain you'd be hard pushed to get an sds (alone) for this price
#13
oliverbritt
and your point is?can't complain you'd be hard pushed to get an sds (alone) for this price



the dual kit with SDS was 90 quid!
#14
rugger-tyke
the dual kit with SDS was 90 quid!


yeah good deal also just posted link above but this is still a hot deal as most of us are diy'ers and dont drill concrete every day
#15
#16

It's out of stock though, and was a clearance item, so not coming in again.
I know this, as I bought this 2-drill package back in February and the SDS drill has been used literally, 4 or 5 times, and the hub has gone 'off-centre'.When I tried to get a replacement\exchange unit, they can't fulfill it, so it's going back for a refund
#17
Dont suppose someone wants to chuck in do they? I only want the cordless drill not the 600W percussion drill. Willing to go half's?
banned#18
rugger-tyke
[SIZE="6"]'Percussion' drill not SDS[/SIZE]


Don't you mean "Percussion drill not HAMMER", SDS only applies to the special chuck which allows bits to be quickly inserted and they don't slip
#19
Lovely, been keeping an eye out for a decent drill, this will do nicely!

goldmax;3268993
Don't you mean "Percussion drill not HAMMER", SDS only applies to the special chuck which allows bits to be quickly inserted and they don't slip

No it doesn't, SDS is a type of hammer, supposed to be better. Don't know the ins and outs of it myself though I must admit.
#20
my diy knowledge is ****......

Is this drill any good simply for drilling small-ish holes around the house? i.e stairgates for kids, pictures on wall etc.......drilling through plaster and brick i would imagine....also whats sds??
#21
am sure they had the sds plus and the cordless drill for under £100 in b&q anybody saw 1?
#22
Neiliboy;3269102
my diy knowledge is ****......

Is this drill any good simply for drilling small-ish holes around the house? i.e stairgates for kids, pictures on wall etc.......drilling through plaster and brick i would imagine....also whats sds??

Yes it will be fine for that stuff, that's pretty much what it's main use for me is going to be, putting up shelves etc
#23
khalifazed;3269137
am sure they had the sds plus and the cordless drill for under £100 in b&q anybody saw 1?

Just checked their site, they have them as singles only, the cordless at £84.98 and the SDS+ at £118.98
#24
sorry forgive my thickness - but whats the other (sds) drill used for?
#25
Rusty!
Just checked their site, they have them as singles only, the cordless at £84.98 and the SDS+ at £118.98


its not showing on there site i called my b&q store and they stated it was a sds+ 600w and a cordless drill all for £99.99

if you go on to there site you will get your local b&q tellephone number and get more info

as i had a quick look yesterday in b&q but didnt pay much attention as i was in a hurry
#26
Neiliboy;3269319
sorry forgive my thickness - but whats the other (sds) drill used for?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hammer_drill

khalifazed;3269321
its not showing on there site i called my b&q store and they stated it was a sds+ 600w and a cordless drill all for £99.99

if you go on to there site you will get your local b&q tellephone number and get more info

as i had a quick look yesterday in b&q but didnt pay much attention as i was in a hurry

Ahh fair enough, I would get my locals number and check, but I don't care and have ordered the cheaper ScrewFix package ;-)
#27
If your just after just a cordless drill This is a good deal and very cheap for what it is.
#28
anyone know if these also come with a drill case?
#29
Rusty!;3269065
No it doesn't, SDS is a type of hammer, supposed to be better. Don't know the ins and outs of it myself though I must admit.


Why say goldmax is wrong when you admit you don't know yourself..? Mad.

SDS (or actually SDS-Plus) is Bosch's proprietary system for quickly and easily fitting tools/bits by having indents on the tool/bit shafts which are held by the SDS chuck.
#30
souljacker
anyone know if these also come with a drill case?


they'll come in a dewalt cardboard box.
#31
loonyjetman;3270025
Why say goldmax is wrong when you admit you don't know yourself..? Mad.

SDS (or actually SDS-Plus) is Bosch's proprietary system for quickly and easily fitting tools/bits by having indents on the tool/bit shafts which are held by the SDS chuck.

Indeed it is, however I believe there is more to it than just the chuck, something to do with being able to strike a lot faster which makes it 'better' than a 'normal' hammer drill, hence my comment.
#32
sds is the type of chuck on the drill
#33
beware the cordless only has 2 batterys and takes an hour to charge, i use mine daily (plumber) and had to buy a decent makita on the end its prob ok for diy or very light use
#34
The SDS drill is a drill with an enhanced hammer action that when compared to a conventional hammer drill is able to deliver hundreds of times the energy per hammer blow. To go with this it also has a different chuck design and special SDS drill bits to eliminate the possibility of bit slip, and also to withstand the force of its hammer action.

:)
#35
Wayhey, I had hoped I wasn't speaking outta my ass-crack :lol:
banned#36
Rusty!
Indeed it is, however I believe there is more to it than just the chuck, something to do with being able to strike a lot faster which makes it 'better' than a 'normal' hammer drill, hence my comment.


SDS (special drilling system) ONLY applies to the quick release chuck, nothing whatsoever to do with the hammer action, so stop guessing!
#37
The SDS drill is a drill with an enhanced hammer action that when compared to a conventional hammer drill is able to deliver hundreds of times the energy per hammer blow. To go with this it also has a different chuck design and special SDS drill bits to eliminate the possibility of bit slip, and also to withstand the force of its hammer action.



and thanks for reading the above goldmax do a bit of research on google
http://www.diyfaq.org.uk/powertools/sds.htm
#38
Rusty!;3270374
Indeed it is, however I believe there is more to it than just the chuck, something to do with being able to strike a lot faster which makes it 'better' than a 'normal' hammer drill, hence my comment.


What you believe is up to you of course :) but as I said SDS is the chuck & tool/bit system developed by Bosch. And on some Bosch's you can remove the SDS chuck and fit a "normal" chuck then set the drill to non-hammer mode.

SDS is typically fitted to high power rotary/demolition hammers as the SDS chuck & tool/bit combination will (reputedly) provide more oomph than a 'normal' chuck & tool/bit. Maybe this is what you're thinking of..?

As for your comment, well, goldmax said it was the chuck and you said it wasn't. No offence but Bosch say SDS is the chuck & tool/bit system and they invented it so I'm sticking to that :)
banned#39
Thanks looneyjetman, some people believe everything they find from a google search, but it wouldn't
stand up in court:) -take note Oliverbritt
#40
sds is the chuck, nothing to do with making it move faster, whoever wrote that piece at diyfaq doesn't know what they are talking about

sds: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_(engineering)#Special_Direct_System_.28SDS.29

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