Dewalt DC740KA 12v Professional Drill Driver with 2 Batteries / Charger and Carry Case RRP £197.80 reduced to £60.28 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Dewalt DC740KA 12v Professional Drill Driver with 2 Batteries / Charger and Carry Case RRP £197.80 reduced to £60.28 @ Amazon

£60.28 @ Amazon
RRP might be a tad OTT but elsewhere this is: - Toolstation £82.66 Power Tools Pro Ltd £90.31 Toolstop £103.95 B&Q £99.98 Lawson HIS Ltd. £89.89 Coopers £98.08 Dewalt Professional 12v Cordle… Read More
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[mod] 7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
RRP might be a tad OTT but elsewhere this is: -
Toolstation £82.66
Power Tools Pro Ltd £90.31
Toolstop £103.95
B&Q £99.98
Lawson HIS Ltd. £89.89
Coopers £98.08

Dewalt Professional 12v Cordless Drill Driver Supplied with a 1 hour charger, 2 batteries and a heavy-duty carry case.

The Powerful 12 Volt drill driver comes equipped with a variable speed trigger and two speed gearbox, allowing the user to reduce drill wander and extend bit life. The 10mm Single Sleeve Chuck can be operated by one hand as the drill features a spindle lock when not in use.

* Other features include: Extremely compact and lightweight design for working in confined areas
* Ergonomically designed trigger and rubber grip for comfort and ease of use
* Two speed settings, variable speed and reverse switch for maximum control
* 14 Position adjustable torque control for consistent screwdriving into a variety of materials with different screw sizes
* Electric motor brake for added control
* All metal gearing for efficient power transmission and longer tool life

Box Contents
# Drill/Driver
# 2 x Battery Packs
# 1 x Charger
# 1 x Kitbox
# 1 x Instruction booklet.

Product Features

* Powerful 12 Volt Drill Driver for drilling and screwdriving applications
* Supplied with 1 hour Charger, 2 Batteries & Heavy-Duty Carrying Case
* Extremely compact and lightweight design for working in confined areas
* 10mm Single Sleeve Chuck and Spindle lock for easy bit change with one hand
* Two speed settings, variable speed and reverse switch for maximum control
* 14 Position adjustable torque control for consistent screwdriving into a variety of materials
* All metal gearing for efficient power transmission and longer tool life.
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banned#2
it is a decent deal, I will also agree the RRP is way OTT

let me summarise it: 1 hour charger, variable speed reversing and 2 speed gearbox (for drilling and screwdriving)

doesnt hammer, (but they sell universall no-hammer drill bits now, work great in a cordless, drill anything)

you wont get a brand for this price elsewhere!
#3
Is this one worth the £30 extra ?? or £40 extra for the Makita
#4
packard
Is this one worth the £30 extra ?? or £40 extra for the Makita


I would go for the makita as it 18v but I would not get it from screwfix....:o
B&Q have it on offer at the mo and it is cheaper :thumbsup:

http://www.diy.com/diy/jsp/bq/nav.jsp?isSearch=true&fh_search=88381092791&icamp=HP_Hero4
#5
I wouldn't say 12v is professional.
#6
I have this one find the batteries not lasting too long but at least you can buy better amp/hr batteries also this battery style has been used for over 15 years so i'm sure you will always be able to get spare batteries in the future:-D
#7
Same for me....
the RRP is Way out.
I bought the 14v with a corded hammer drill and bits and case and ..... spare battery all for. £59.95
so keep your lids peeled for other similar offers.

By the way.... the 18v is ok but I would go for Ryobi or Makita they really are robust and do what they say on the tin. Dewalt has been bought out now and I was told they come from the Black and Decker factory. Dont know if its true but sounds plausible. ;)
#8
den169
I wouldn't say 12v is professional.
For why? No need for a clunking great drill when drilling delicate window frames (for example)
#9
disgraceUK
For why? No need for a clunking great drill when drilling delicate window frames (for example)


if i stuck that in my box they guys would think im going all retro lol
back to the 90s was the last time i had a 12v 1.2amp
i dont buy anything less than 2.4 amp
#10
I've got this and use it more than my 18V.
And as someone mentioned "retro", this is also a lot better than old 12v drills I've used.
#11
Simplicity
Same for me....
the RRP is Way out.
I bought the 14v with a corded hammer drill and bits and case and ..... spare battery all for. £59.95
so keep your lids peeled for other similar offers.

By the way.... the 18v is ok but I would go for Ryobi or Makita they really are robust and do what they say on the tin. Dewalt has been bought out now and I was told they come from the Black and Decker factory. Dont know if its true but sounds plausible. ;)


DeWalt have been owned by Black and Decker since the the early 60s:whistling:
#12
WOTTABARGAIN
I would go for the makita as it 18v but I would not get it from screwfix....:o
B&Q have it on offer at the mo and it is cheaper :thumbsup:

http://www.diy.com/diy/jsp/bq/nav.jsp?isSearch=true&fh_search=88381092791&icamp=HP_Hero4


Just wondering why you wouldn't buy from Screwfix but buy from B&Q, B&Q own Screwfix afterall?
#13
Got this drill from B&Q as bday pressie....and its awesome......think they paid just under £100 for it.....BONUS @ this price!!!

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