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Dewalt DC100KA-GB 18V Cordless Combi Drill ............ £99.99 @ screwfix

£99.99 @ Screwfix
There is a 10% code due out so will go to £90 Dewalt have been designing, engineering and building tough industrial machinery for almost 80 years. You cannot go wrong with this exceptional value … Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
There is a 10% code due out so will go to £90

Dewalt have been designing, engineering and building tough industrial machinery for almost 80 years.
You cannot go wrong with this exceptional value
Powerful Combi for hammer drilling, drilling and screwdriving applications.
Supplied with carry case, 1hr Charger and 2 batteries.

2 x 1.3Ah Ni-Cd Batteries
1hr Charger
2-Speed Variable
13mm Keyless Chuck
17 Torque Settings
Electric Brake
Replaceable Brushes
Fan Cooled Motor
Rubber-Coated Grip

DC725, 2 x batteries, charger, carry case

Specifications
Price £99.99
Brand DeWALT
Model No. DC100KA-GB
Voltage 18 V
No Load Speed 0-1700rpm
Capacity In Steel 13 mm
Capacity In Wood 38 mm
No. Torque Settings 17
Electric Brake Yes
Drill Speed 2
No.of Batteries 2
Battery Type Ni-Cd
Charge Time 1 hr
Chuck Type Keyless
Chuck Capacity 13mm
Weight (Incl. Batteries) 2.4 kg
Carrying Facility Carry Case
Quote 73596
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#1
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#2
Awesome price for a quality built to last drill..
#3
Hot on price shame it's only 1.3Ah batteries.
#4
Seriously under-powered batteries. Really only good for the most basic of tasks. Cold from me I'm afraid.
#5
JerrardM
Seriously under-powered batteries. Really only good for the most basic of tasks. Cold from me I'm afraid.


:thinking:

Please explain why this is underpowered?
#7
awsome price i wish i had seen this last week i went and bought the normal 18v one's from amazon for the same price gutted
#8
bigsky
:thinking:

Please explain why this is underpowered?

its only underpowered in a capacity sense
1.3MAh are about the lowest capacity you can get....
Will be fine for occasional work tho but wont have enough staying power for extended use.

I suppose its like having a car with a really small petrol tank... you can still drive as fast but you can go less distance without a refill
#9
cold for me. Guys get the one with li-ion batterys u wont be sorry . thats why the price is so cheap.
#10
too heavy for a wimp like me, looking for an li ion 14.4v
#11
Funnily enough, I got an email sent around work this morning about a recall on Dewalt cordless drills. This model seems OK though:

http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml08/08143.html
#12
declanh
its only underpowered in a capacity sense


declanh is correct in that the 1.3Ah is a rating of capacity, not the actual power of the drill. I think JerrardM is a bit confused by this and that is why he thinks it will be "seriously underpowered".

The battery specification “Ah”, or Ampere-hours, is the capacity of the battery, not the amount of instantaneous current it can produce and therefore is not directly related to the power of the drill. As declanh says it's like the size of the fuel tank, and we know the size of a fuel tank on a car is not directly related to how big a caravan it can tow! But it does however make a difference as to how far it will go between refuelling.

So a 1.3Ah battery may not last all day, but hey, you get two of them and a fast charger so unless you are in the middle of a field with no mains supply then you just swap the batteries between drill and charger.

A larger capacity Ni-Cd battery would be physically larger and heavier. That’s why manufacturers have detachable batteries and chargers so one is always charging while you use the other. I'd rather have a lighter/smaller drill and a a spare battery than something with a bulky battery on it.

Dewalt make some great kit. This is a good deal. It's more than capable for most DIY tasks.
banned#13
Most of these cheap low end small battery powered drills end up in an early drill graveyard........

spend half as much again for something decent with 3.0 or3.5aH .
#14
I've had this drill (or similar DeWalt 18V) for three years now.
1.3A batteries last about half a day in fitting a kitchen and all day fitting curtains to brickwall.
Fantastic value!
I haven't used my corded drill since I bought this.
Anyone interested in a B&D corded, used but in great conditions :-)
#15
Anyone know the 10% code? Want to order one for my son.:thumbsup:
#16
Does anyone know the differnce betwwen this DC100KA sold on screwfix and the DC729KA also for £99 sold on Amazon
#17
salcapone72
Does anyone know the differnce betwwen this DC100KA sold on screwfix and the DC729KA also for £99 sold on Amazon



this is a combi drill , for masonry

the dc729ka is just a drill/driver
#18
Does anyone know if this drill has all metal gearing? All the other dewalt's state this in the description but this one doesn't. I also cant find this drill on dewalt website.
#19
Red-VIII
Does anyone know if this drill has all metal gearing? All the other dewalt's state this in the description but this one doesn't. I also cant find this drill on dewalt website.



the drill model is dc725 , dc100ka refers to drill with batt's etc

http://www.dewalt.co.uk/powertools/productdetails/catno/DC725KA/
#20
are there any 10% codes about. ,please
#21
need a need drill as my bosch has died. With me moving into my new house i'll think i'll grab this one. Alot of people have said on various forums that dewalt arent as good as they use to be and makita are better. It seemsalot of you are going for the dewalt but i have seen this makita drill what do you think is better

http://www.screwfix.com/prods/91147/Power-Tools/Kits/Makita-8390DWPE-2-18V-Twin-Pack?cm_mmc=AffiliateWindow-_-Datafeed-_-Power%20Tools-_-Makita%208390DWPE-2%2018V%20Twin%20Pack&source=aw

thanks
#22
Is this drill powerfull enough to drill into masonry? My ancient B&D hammer drill can't cope with solid brick walls anymore.
#23
Have model dc100ka drill stolen need a drill bare unit to fit batteries.

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