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Dewalt DC100KA-GB 18V Cordless Combi Drill £89.99 (was £199.99) Using £10 voucher RR1347968 ends 19th May, Delivered @ Screwfix + 6% Quidco

clondikemikeclondikemike

Another fantastic deal from Screwfix, Use voucher RR1347968, with 6% Quidco, comes to £84.00, also just had an email from Screwfix with another 10% code - SP1319165, fresh code, never used, also code Affiliate5% can be used after 10% voucher expires on the 19th,

How to use the voucher as no discount will be shown on the order page (but will be deducted from total taken from your card)

1. Add the product to your basket by clicking on the add to basket button on the Screwfix website.
2. Click on the Checkout button.
3. Login or register.
4. Enter your payment details. Click continue.
5. Locate the box shown below (near bottom of the page)
6. Enter the voucher code as shown in the special instructions box.
7. Important: No discount will be shown at the checkout or on the confirmation email. However if you have entered the code correctly, the saving will be deducted from your order total before your card is charged.

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.

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    clondikemike
    fingermouse
    looked at this but went with tthe combi deal , good price though but id be tempted to li-on.
    clondikemike
    fingermouse
    looked at this but went with tthe combi deal , good price though but id be tempted to li-on.


    Same as me, this is a great deal for a quality 18v though, women have their shoes, we have our drills:-D
    gezisgod
    has any one else noticed that the new dewalt battery drills dont seem to be as good of a quality for the past 2 years or so we use them all the time at work and we still have loads of of the older1s working only thing that ever goes wrong is the brushes wear on the motor but whenever we get a new 1 it seems to brake after about 2 weeks of heavy use we keep sending them back either the chargers blow up inside or the clutch or gears go either way i dont think dewalt is a sound investment any more just seem to be now cheap drills with a brand name prob made in china if i were you and wanted a good quality drill i would buy a brand like makita but if u want cheap stuff that will fall apart go for dewalt
    clondikemike
    gezisgod
    has any one else noticed that the new dewalt battery drills dont seem to be as good of a quality for the past 2 years or so we use them all the time at work and we still have loads of of the older1s working only thing that ever goes wrong is the brushes wear on the motor but whenever we get a new 1 it seems to brake after about 2 weeks of heavy use we keep sending them back either the chargers blow up inside or the clutch or gears go either way i dont think dewalt is a sound investment any more just seem to be now cheap drills with a brand name prob made in china if i were you and wanted a good quality drill i would buy a brand like makita but if u want cheap stuff that will fall apart go for dewalt


    Been using Dewalt for years, quality products, never failed me and have many builder mates who swear by them, sure you will find many others on here also swear by them,
    rizla01
    gezisgod;5238502
    has any one else noticed that the new dewalt battery drills dont seem to be as good of a quality for the past 2 years or so we use them all the time at work and we still have loads of of the older1s working only thing that ever goes wrong is the brushes wear on the motor but whenever we get a new 1 it seems to brake after about 2 weeks of heavy use we keep sending them back either the chargers blow up inside or the clutch or gears go either way i dont think dewalt is a sound investment any more just seem to be now cheap drills with a brand name prob made in china if i were you and wanted a good quality drill i would buy a brand like makita but if u want cheap stuff that will fall apart go for dewalt



    Heard this MANY times

    Ever since they were bought out by Black & Decker in 1995 I suspect.

    Interesting factoid on B&D here. Esp the Van Halen bit.:)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_&_Decker

    Well worth a read.

    (sorry to get a bit of topic)

    Anyway. Twin Pack for £60 here http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/402123/dewalt-d21710ksf-sfgb-twinpack-54-0/
    -BA-
    rizla01
    Heard this MANY times

    Ever since they were bought out by Black & Decker in 1995 I suspect.

    Interesting factoid on B&D here. Esp the Van Halen bit.:)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_&_Decker

    Well worth a read.

    (sorry to get a bit of topic)

    Anyway. Twin Pack for £60 here http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/402123/dewalt-d21710ksf-sfgb-twinpack-54-0/


    Well according to that wiki page, B&D acquired DeWalt in 1960 so kinda blows the theory out of the water but granted I have heard similar things around the quality of DeWalt over the last few years.
    rizla01
    -BA-;5239606
    Well according to that wiki page, B&D acquired DeWalt in 1960 so kinda blows the theory out of the water but granted I have heard similar things around the quality of DeWalt over the last few years.

    Hi,

    Not entirely sure but that was the American De-walt and they didn't start marketing over here till a lot later.
    gezisgod
    builders dont really use these things as hard as we do we have litterally had 10 new drills within 12 months a lot of steel and aluminum drilling constant use never put down and when it is its used by some1 else newer 1s seem to be made of worse materials i used to swear by them 2 till bout 2 year ago when they started getting cheaper as well is that a co-incidence i dont no a lot of builders prob still have the old better quality 1s#
    gap30
    gezisgod
    builders dont really use these things as hard as we do we have litterally had 10 new drills within 12 months a lot of steel and aluminum drilling constant use never put down and when it is its used by some1 else newer 1s seem to be made of worse materials i used to swear by them 2 till bout 2 year ago when they started getting cheaper as well is that a co-incidence i dont no a lot of builders prob still have the old better quality 1s#


    Tell that to joiners! an electrician myself but i know joiners who are using these constantly and like yourselves they are going through them and constantly getting them repaired, i also noticed this has the plastic chuck unlike the old XRP - i still have my original XRP and its on its last legs but will not die LOL! anyhow i prefer makita myself and i have a brand new one in the wings for when my DeWalt passes away!
    chihuahua
    now i'm confused and perplexed! - ordered the combi twin pack last night which is on the way but now wondering if this would be a better deal and more useful :?
    screwfix have an easy returns service so theres no problem there but can't make my mind up whether to spend the extra £30.......
    what do you guys think?

    by the way girls like power tools too :)
    mozzer99
    chihuahua;5241055
    now i'm confused and perplexed! - ordered the combi twin pack last night which is on the way but now wondering if this would be a better deal and more useful :?
    screwfix have an easy returns service so theres no problem there but can't make my mind up whether to spend the extra £30.......
    what do you guys think?

    by the way girls like power tools too :)


    This (18v) is a totally different set up. The 18volt is fairly heavy and powerful (torque is high) - it will drive a 4" screw into timber without a pilot hole. The weight becomes an issue when using overhead. This drill is fairly good at drilling with hammer action. It has a really one hand locking (tightening) chuck.
    This drill is overkill for assembling flat pack furniture.

    The 12volt drill in the twin pack is much lighter and has far less torque. It does not have a one hand tightening chuck. It is more pleasant to use due to size and weight but of limited use for drilling into masonry. The 240 volt drill in the twin pack makes up for the weakness of the 12volt but has the disadvantages of being corded.

    I would sum it up as the twin pack for occasional use and the 18volt for the more serious DIY. Ideally have both!
    chihuahua
    mozzer99
    This (18v) is a totally different set up. The 18volt is fairly heavy and powerful (torque is high) - it will drive a 4" screw into timber without a pilot hole. The weight becomes an issue when using overhead. This drill is fairly good at drilling with hammer action. It has a really one hand locking (tightening) chuck.
    This drill is overkill for assembling flat pack furniture.

    The 12volt drill in the twin pack is much lighter and has far less torque. It does not have a one hand tightening chuck. It is more pleasant to use due to size and weight but of limited use for drilling into masonry. The 240 volt drill in the twin pack makes up for the weakness of the 12volt but has the disadvantages of being corded.

    I would sum it up as the twin pack for occasional use and the 18volt for the more serious DIY. Ideally have both!


    thanks mozzer - think this maybe too heavy for me - twin pack arrived today and seem like a good deal so will stick with them :-D
    Resh
    quidco has removed screwfix temporary.

    This merchant is not currently offering cash back for transactions. We don't unfortunately have advanced knowledge of when they may return.

    Best regards, Craig. Quidco

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