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DeWalt DCD710S2 10.8v Drill Driver Kit 2 x 1.5ah li-ion Batts@ffx for £76.00

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I'm looking for a new drill and found this deal. I already own a lot of this set and can recommend nearly all the pieces. My brother has this drill and for light work it's fantastic. You can buy it with a compatible torch for £10 more, link in first comment. This is a deal because it's the cheapest you can get this kit by over £25.

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    BigBuds
    With torch £86
    £25 compatible screwdriver

    Edited By: BigBuds on Oct 21, 2013 23:06
    seanrtkelly
    Good price for dewalt. Heat
    classygear
    ...get ready for the self proclaimed expert comments...
    HUX1
    Got excited then noticed it was the driver! 10.8v!

    Still good price for a great brand though
    BigBuds
    HUX1
    Got excited then noticed it was the driver! 10.8v!

    Still good price for a great brand though

    Prob the weakest member of the kit but you can't buy any of the others for any where near this price. The impact screwdriver is a god send and the rip saw fantastic.
    ckaradogan34
    10.8v :((
    themorgatron
    I've used FFX for a few tools in the past, great prices and their customer support is brilliant (fixed a drill out of warranty for free, despite Makitas incompetance).
    yozzman1234
    I have this and it's still powerful , it will drive 100 mm screws in no problem , but I only it for light work as I have 18 volt set as well .
    PigletsDaddy
    If it helps they sell these in the States as "12v Max" Bit of a fudge as the nominal voltage is 10.8v.

    I've got one of these and the screwdriver. They're both good and I use them along with my 18v combi. I would say the screwdriver has too high a ratio. Its a bit faster than I'd like, but you can bang screws in very quickly with it.

    The drill is spot on and if you've only had Argos 12v drills before you'll love this little thing. They punch well above their weight. . Solid feel, well made. I only use my 18v for hammer now.

    proclaimed NON expert :p
    BigBuds
    PigletsDaddy
    If it helps they sell these in the States as "12v Max" Bit of a fudge as the nominal voltage is 10.8v.

    I've got one of these and the screwdriver. They're both good and I use them along with my 18v combi. I would say the screwdriver has too high a ratio. Its a bit faster than I'd like, but you can bang screws in very quickly with it.

    The drill is spot on and if you've only had Argos 12v drills before you'll love this little thing. They punch well above their weight. . Solid feel, well made. I only use my 18v for hammer now.

    proclaimed NON expert :p

    When you say the screwdriver has to high a ratio do you mean the Impact screwdriver or the one with torque settings like I have linked to in first comment? I'm off to America in March and I'm off for a dcd985 20v max, a bare unit can be bought for £50.
    PigletsDaddy
    BigBuds
    PigletsDaddy
    If it helps they sell these in the States as "12v Max" Bit of a fudge as the nominal voltage is 10.8v.

    I've got one of these and the screwdriver. They're both good and I use them along with my 18v combi. I would say the screwdriver has too high a ratio. Its a bit faster than I'd like, but you can bang screws in very quickly with it.

    The drill is spot on and if you've only had Argos 12v drills before you'll love this little thing. They punch well above their weight. . Solid feel, well made. I only use my 18v for hammer now.

    proclaimed NON expert :p

    When you say the screwdriver has to high a ratio do you mean the Impact screwdriver or the one with torque settings like I have linked to in first comment? I'm off to America in March and I'm off for a dcd985 20v max, a bare unit can be bought for £50.


    I got the screwdriver kit and bare drill from FFX, with a third battery when Screwfix had them cheap.

    I considered the impact driver but I'm happy with my stock of standard bits and more delicate control. That and the feeling the gearing is high is just a personal thing. I'm sure others will disagree. That's what forums are for. :)
    eggman
    Good drill. Ideal for Kitchen fitting or Furniture makers.
    OxWearingSocks
    Deal Tags: drill, final fantasy, li-ion, dewalt

    Either automatically added, or very clever OP joke. Heat for this alone!
    Fleabum
    10.8v drill ? rofl.... lmao.... move along.

    Regards
    Flea
    Lexeus
    bigpearbo
    [quote=Lexeus]I have the below drill (18v), i haven't used the 10.8v drill but mine is fantastic and I would highly recommend spending the extra £23


    Cheap dewalt,1.3a batteries are a bit of a let down tho...(in the trade, but by no means an expert) trouble is the new dewalt li-ion batteries are still so expensive.
    crazymonkey
    bigpearbo
    [quote=Lexeus]I have the below drill (18v), i haven't used the 10.8v drill but mine is fantastic and I would highly recommend spending the extra £23


    Cheap dewalt,1.3a batteries are a bit of a let down tho...(in the trade, but by no means an expert) trouble is the new dewalt li-ion batteries are still so expensive.


    Batteries are expensive and they take up to an hour to charge. The Makita equivalent (1.3ah) takes about 15 minutes to fully charge. Makita's 3.0ah batteries take 22 minutes to fully charge.
    griff
    Only has 10mm chuck.
    MajorCockUp
    150£ together with impact driver at B&Q
    Simba92
    I have both this and the impact driver. I must say, both very good tools, light and powerful. However this hasn't seen much us due to the impact driver being able to do most jobs.

    Also have used ffx in the past and had no problems what so ever so would recommend them.

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