Dewalt DC100KA-GB 18V Cordless Combi Drill with 2 x batteries, charger, carry case was £179.99 now £90.00 (with voucher code) + Free Delivery @ Screfix - HotUKDeals
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Dewalt DC100KA-GB 18V Cordless Combi Drill with 2 x batteries, charger, carry case was £179.99 now £90.00 (with voucher code) + Free Delivery @ Screfix

£90.00 @ Screwfix
Use code EK219859 to buy at this price Dewalt have been designing, engineering and building tough industrial machinery for almost 80 years. You cannot go wrong with this exceptional value Powerful … Read More
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Use code EK219859 to buy at this price

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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#2
Can't go wrong, I have used these and only managed to destroy them using vehicles.
#3
indeed, made light work of an epic deck I built the other week, 900 screws and somehow the battery knew to only run out when the other had recharged itself - excellent value tbh
#4
Ideal DIY drill. Batteries wouldn't last long enough for my use.
#5
looks good heat, might get this
#6
mercurystar999
Ideal DIY drill. Batteries wouldn't last long enough for my use.


wow you must really do some screwing
#7
mercurystar999
Ideal DIY drill. Batteries wouldn't last long enough for my use.


Same here, at least 2.6's needed for most jobs i do
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Screwfix are crafty here - they don't quote the torque for those machines that don't bear comparison.:x
It took a lot of googling to find the torque for this drill: -

Max. drilling capacity in masonry 13mm, wood 38mm, steel 13mm. Max. torque 44Nm hard / 44Nm soft.

44 Nm is very good (for a 12v) but a bit off the pace for an 18v. Should be over 50Nm IMHO.:roll:
However for £90 it is a good deal :thumbsup: (even though the batteries are the smallest they do!)
#9
I don't just use a drill for a bit of screwdriving, Driving concrete fixing screws, drilling 25mm holes with an auger bit require a lot of power and a good battery.
#10
ok offer
#11
I bought this when it was £99 so good deal!
#12
seems a good drill, the £180 original price might be a bit steep. It is repeatedly on sale at B&Q for about £100, I managed to get one for £85 on their 15% off days.

I do a lot of home DIY and this drill does the job. It seems a great balance of performance and cost

Good deal

CS
#13
It's a great drill to have for the occasional DIYer. I bought one for £85 from B&Q on their recent 15% off days and it's proved to be a pretty good purchase.
#14
Personally I find these 18v drills too heavy (this one 2.4kg) for prolonged use, my 12v pro bosch is only 1.8kg and can happily drive in 10X4" screws all day. 1.3ah batteries are poor, should look for 2ah minimum
#15
The current B&Q brand cordless drill I own really isn't up to drilling the walls in my victorian terrace. Can anyone who owns this dewalt drill let me know if it's any good with masonary?
Cheers!
#16
Good deal:thumbsup: But i agree with the comments about the batteries, there Ni-Cd so also suffer from memory effect :)
#17
thanks gonna get one
#18
i use these at work all the time, dewalt arent quite as good as they used to be or rather other brands are getting up to the same standard. however, there still very good drills, this one at 90 quid is a great price. i normally pay around 130-150 for drill charger 1 spare battery.
these combi are hammer action too so are the option over drill/driver.

regarding the size of batteries, they have a quick charge time so are better with smaller batteries for general use as there lighter.
Lithium ion is a better battery but its not in the same price band
#19
jbw
The current B&Q brand cordless drill I own really isn't up to drilling the walls in my victorian terrace. Can anyone who owns this dewalt drill let me know if it's any good with masonary?
Cheers!


Was doing lots of masonry drilling with mine today. It handles quite a lot with no problems. The biggest size bit I've used is 14mm masonry., although they say the max is 13mm, I found a 14mm that fitted the chuck.
Had to use both batteries and recharge once, for a few hours on off drilling, and also used to mix some plaster with a mixing attachment.

t is a great deal for the DIY'er. I got mine back in the days when screwfix were also on quidco. So the deal was even better then.
#20
This is a great drill, not just for diy either. Yes, if you pay £250 ish you get a bit better drill and more amp hour batteries but im an electrician and use this for work and its great. The batteries only take 40 mins to charge so im never out of power. I paid £85 in the B&Q 15% off day, what a great deal:thumbsup:
#21
mozzer99
Screwfix are crafty here - they don't quote the torque for those machines that don't bear comparison.:x
It took a lot of googling to find the torque for this drill: -

Max. drilling capacity in masonry 13mm, wood 38mm, steel 13mm. Max. torque 44Nm hard / 44Nm soft.

44 Nm is very good (for a 12v) but a bit off the pace for an 18v. Should be over 50Nm IMHO.:roll:
However for £90 it is a good deal :thumbsup: (even though the batteries are the smallest they do!)


This is in the same league as the Makita 8390 that was on offer at SF. It had similar torque figures, which would suggest not a metal gearbox. Still an excellent first drill for someone.
#22
I bought an expensive 18v Bosche from Costco (over £400!). I'm only a DIYer and don't justify it but it was an emergency.

Anyone one of the batteries will not hold its charge so was going to get a refund and buy a cheaper one.

Will this get me through most DIY - worst thing I need to do is to put 10mm holes into brick - would this cope with that? I have a huge and cheap Lidl SBS drill for my more manly tasks
#23
It is too heavy and doesn't hold its charge - better go for one with the new lithium batteries.
#24
:p:p
da_murphster
I bought an expensive 18v Bosche from Costco (over £400!). I'm only a DIYer and don't justify it but it was an emergency.

Anyone one of the batteries will not hold its charge so was going to get a refund and buy a cheaper one.

Will this get me through most DIY - worst thing I need to do is to put 10mm holes into brick - would this cope with that? I have a huge and cheap Lidl SBS drill for my more manly tasks


Take it back, I think they seen you coming mate £400+ for an 18v drill:p:whistling::p

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