Dewalt DC100KA3-GB Combi Drill 18V Was £229.99 Now £129.99 Inc. 3 Batteries @ Screwfix - HotUKDeals
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Dewalt DC100KA3-GB Combi Drill 18V Was £229.99 Now £129.99 Inc. 3 Batteries @ Screwfix

£129.99 @ Screwfix
This is 13mm chuck not DIY 10mm version Powerful 18V combination tool for drilling, hammer drilling and screwdriving applications. Supplied with 3 x batteries for less downtime on-the-job and… Read More
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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
This is 13mm chuck not DIY 10mm version

Powerful 18V combination tool for drilling, hammer drilling and screwdriving applications.
Supplied with 3 x batteries for less downtime on-the-job and heavy duty carry case.

3 x 1.3Ah Ni-Cd Batteries
1hr Charger
2-Speed Variable & Reverse
13mm Keyless Chuck
17 Torque Settings
Electric Brake
Replaceable Brushes
Fan Cooled Motor
Rubber-Coated Grip
All Metal Gearing
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Nice, but better deal for Hitachi here

http://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-dv18dcl2-ds18dcl-18v-li-ion-combi-drill-driver-twin-pack/25400

You get 2 drills, one hammer, the other just a drill driver. Bonus being that you get two Li ion batteries and despite what a few people have posted about thesed rills previously on here, I've been using these full time for 2 years nearly, and they're top notch. Taken a lot of abuse and still working fine. Very lightweight and especially handy for boarding ceilings etc.

Can't recommend them enough. Definitely not diy quality. Tradesmen are converting to Hitachi stuff regularly now, and they've found a genuine place ina market which was previously dominated by a few brands which offered decent products, but Hitachi value is second to none.

Trust me, I wouldn't buy any others, having had the Hitachis for a long time now, and abused them too. :D

Heat added for the three NiCad batteries though.
#2
shakeyjake66
Nice, but better deal for Hitachi here

http://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-dv18dcl2-ds18dcl-18v-li-ion-combi-drill-driver-twin-pack/25400

You get 2 drills, one hammer, the other just a drill driver. Bonus being that you get two Li ion batteries and despite what a few people have posted about thesed rills previously on here, I've been using these full time for 2 years nearly, and they're top notch. Taken a lot of abuse and still working fine. Very lightweight and especially handy for boarding ceilings etc.

Can't recommend them enough. Definitely not diy quality. Tradesmen are converting to Hitachi stuff regularly now, and they've found a genuine place ina market which was previously dominated by a few brands which offered decent products, but Hitachi value is second to none.

Trust me, I wouldn't buy any others, having had the Hitachis for a long time now, and abused them too. :D

Heat added for the three NiCad batteries though.

Funny, you mention hitachi, because i think they're terrible. Tried a DH25DAL cordless SDS, it broke within a week, took 3 weeks to sort, and is no where near as good as my old Bosch. I'll stick with Bosch/DeWalt thankyou please.
#3
Hitachi cordless drills are rubbish.
Drop them once and you will damage the case/handle.
Plastic has a weak spot.
I have replaced dozens of broken cases.
#4
graann
Hitachi cordless drills are rubbish.
Drop them once and you will damage the case/handle.
Plastic has a weak spot.
I have replaced dozens of broken cases.


Are you a hitachi service engineer then??

I have 3 Hitachi cordless drill drivers which I've used daily at work. They've never let me down, and have been dropped, soaked, covered in rubble, and most other abuses you can think of.

The DV18DCL is a class piece of kit compared to anything else in it's price range. Very light, but surprisingly powerful and reliable.

Maybe you've been using older models, but I know lots of friends who are tradesmen who also swear buy the new Hitachi stuff. Seriously, I wouldn't be taking the time to type all this if it wasn't true.


EDIT: http://www.cordless-drill-reviews.com/hitachi-cordless-drill.html



Edited By: shakeyjake66 on May 08, 2011 22:03: Clarity of thought.
#5
Hi,
I am an eletrician who repairs all makes of power tools as part of my job.
Maybe I assumed all models were rubbish but the ones I had most problems with was the DV 18 DL.
Switches another big problem with this drill.
#6
graann
Hi,
I am an eletrician who repairs all makes of power tools as part of my job.
Maybe I assumed all models were rubbish but the ones I had most problems with was the DV 18 DL.
Switches another big problem with this drill.


Maybe the newer DCL has addressed these problems then..? Dunno, but my three are my favourite tools and I wouldn't swop them for anything.

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