DeWalt DC727KA 18v Cordless Drill Driver + 2 Batteries 2.4Ah £149.95 @ Tooled up - HotUKDeals
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DeWalt DC727KA 18v Cordless Drill Driver + 2 Batteries 2.4Ah £149.95 @ Tooled up

£149.95 @ Tooled Up
Seems like a good deal, two strong (2.4Ah instead of usually weak 1.3Ah) batteries included. Priced down from £250. Specifications Voltage 18V Battery Capacity 2.4 Ah NiCAD Chuck Capacity 1.5…
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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Seems like a good deal, two strong (2.4Ah instead of usually weak 1.3Ah) batteries included. Priced down from £250.


Specifications
Voltage 18V
Battery Capacity 2.4 Ah NiCAD
Chuck Capacity 1.5-13 mm
Power Output 375 Watts
No Load Speed 0-500 / 0-1700 rpm
Beats per Minute 0-8500 / 0-29000 bpm
Max Torque 41 Nm
Max. Drilling Capacity [Wood] 38 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity [Metal] 13 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity [Masonry] 13 mm
Weight 2.2 kg
Length 225 mm
Height 239 mm
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#1
Better deal at Screwfix - £149- DeWalt XRP DC988L1 18V Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill. Only 1 battery tho but with the Li-Ion it will last longer.

https://www.screwfix.com/prods/74113&cm_mmc=Campaign-_-E10W11-_-AB-_-DeWaltXRP?source=aw
#2
Pau131g
Better deal at Screwfix - £149- DeWalt XRP DC988L1 18V Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill. Only 1 battery tho but with the Li-Ion it will last longer.

https://www.screwfix.com/prods/74113&cm_mmc=Campaign-_-E10W11-_-AB-_-DeWaltXRP?source=aw



then hows that the same deal?? WTF

2 batteries are better that one - 2 nic H is better than 1 Li-ion
#3
So which is best the wife wants to get me a new drill and there are so many in the shops
#4
Two batteries and stronger = last longer as well - should be an easy one.

Dewalt with a single 18V Li-ion 2.0Ah is not that good a deal - bought a similar spec Makita recently with a 3.0Ah battery for £150.
#5
mark4russell;8351339
So which is best the wife wants to get me a new drill and there are so many in the shops


+1 :-D

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