Dewalt DC740KA 12v Professional Drill Driver, 2 Batteries and Carry Case Was £197.80 Now £79.97 Free Del Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Not cheap for a drill, but a good price for this is a great brand,
with 2 batteries and carry case.

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 and all metal gearing for efficient power transmission and longer tool life
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#1

+ £6 postage... so the choice is yours for the sake of a few pounds on best return service.
#2
£10 more will get you an 18V Dewalt Li Ion combi!
#3
CurlyBen
£10 more will get you an 18V Dewalt Li Ion combi!

where please??
#4
Gavinh1


where please??

B&Q. Only one battery, but personally I'd take that hit for the increased power, hammer and Li Ion.
#5
Does the one from B&Q come with a carry case aswell?
#6
CurlyBen
Only one battery, but personally I'd take that hit for the increased power, hammer and Li Ion.


Actually, I'd prefer the two batteries rather than hammer action. I have my trusty SDS for anything meaty!
#7
b&q link plse
#8
This drill was on offer along with a SDS drill for £60 + additional discounts last summer and again 4 weeks ago. Gutted I didn't get one.

Screwfix deal

Edited By: scameron77 on Oct 24, 2010 20:17: price
#9
18v is a fantastic work horse.
Bought mine with 2 batteries for £130 about a year ago.
#10
I would rather pay a tenner more and go for this Bosch one from Screwfix

Or £20 more and get this Makita one from Screwfix

Edited By: dashforth on Oct 25, 2010 14:39: second link
#11
off-topic but ...i need a simple drill for going through floorboards, don't care about wireless ones like this. What cheap one can I get that's not 'break after one use' cheap?
#12
good find

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