DeWalt DeWalt 18v Combi Drill & 2 batteries : £84.00 @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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Excellent drill this, bought one a few weeks back at £99.98 and was previously £199.98....

Description:
DeWalt 18 Volt 13mm Cordless Combi Drill/Driver with hammer function complete with 2 batteries, 1 hour charger and kitbox.

Features:
Weight (kg): 2.4
Brand: DeWalt
Colour: Yellow
Safety Cut Out: No
Hammer (Y/N): Yes
Keyless/Keyed Chuck: Keyless
Warranty/guarantee: Warranty
Warranty/guarantee details: 1 year
WEEE Requirements: Elec & Electronic Tools
Model No.: DC100KA-GB
No. of Drill Speeds: 2
Power (Volts): 18
Category: Cordless
Corded/Cordless: Cordless
Drill Depth - Masonary (mm): 13
Drill Depth - Metal (mm): 13
Drill Depth - Wood (mm): 38
Category: Combination Drills

Additional information:
Includes 2x 1.3Ah batteries, charger and carry case
Powerful combi drill for hammer drilling and screwdriving
13mm keyless chuck
17 torque settings
2 speed variable
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#1
I own one of these and would be happy to recommend it.
#2
great price - quality product
#3
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#4
absolute quality drill I brought this the last time they were this price and don't regret buying
#5
does anybody know of a reasonably decent combi drill for around £50?
#6
That is more a DIY drill but a good drill just the same.

@SuperDavy You don't get a reasonably decent drill for £50, you get what you pay for
#7
link in op not working,try this
3.53% topcashback too for reserve & collect.
great price



Edited By: hermanjelmet on Feb 11, 2011 17:17
#8
Dont get confused with the xrp 18v range which are in a different class still good price for a diy drill though
#9
These are far superior to diy drills. I have one that I use on site daily and its been great. I bought it last time they were this price.
#10
Does anyone know what the batteries are?
#11
col996s
Does anyone know what the batteries are?

1.3Ah
makes no difference to the power...just reduced run time...so if you used 2.6Ah previously these would last half the time...in theory.

Edited By: twinkle on Feb 11, 2011 17:42
#12
They are nickle cadium.
#13
I meant ni cad or lithuim Ion?

The second are far superior in my opinion. If you are an occasional user Ni cads will last no time at all.

Edited By: col996s on Feb 11, 2011 17:59: added something
#14
col996s
I meant ni cad or lithuim Ion.

1 x DC725 Combi Drill Driver 2 x DE9098 18V NI-CD 1.3Ah Batteries 1 x DE9116 7.2V to18V Charger 1 x Carry Case 2-Speed Variable 13mm Keyless Chuck 17 Torque Settings Electric Brake Replaceable Brushes Fan Cooled Motor Rubber-Coated Grip
#15
had one for a few years. Awesome, wouldn't be without it.
#16
Great price. Just ordered one .... Thanks
#17
great deal well spotted..cant go wrong at this price..
#18
ive got one of these, brilliant drill.

you get an extra 10% off if you're over 60 and visit on a wednesday. Get grandad to make a visit!
#19
Good price. Don't buy it for trade, stick to makita. Not bad for DIY though.
#20
Could potentially get 3.53% topcashback and 2% quidco inshore? Anyone tried this as would be great if it worked
#21
They are making up for it on the flat drill bit set at the bottom of the page!!
#22
derek145
That is more a DIY drill but a good drill just the same. @SuperDavy You don't get a reasonably decent drill for £50, you get what you pay for

diy?!! er no this is more of a drill that pros used to use 2-3 years ago pre lithium...i have this drill and paid 99 for it last year and its excellent more than any diyer will ever need

Edited By: royals on Feb 11, 2011 20:13
banned#23
It is more of a DIY drill compared to a XRP. In fact its a toy compared to it.
#24
rsymes2k
ive got one of these, brilliant drill.

you get an extra 10% off if you're over 60 and visit on a wednesday. Get grandad to make a visit!




SERIOUSLY.......!!??
#25
2.4 kg is way to heavy for my liking, and these batteries are cheap low AH ni-cads. Would rather pay a bit more and get the new 14.4v lion Bosch for £129 on ebay, a whole 1.1 kg lighter and the same max torque + excellent kit box

http://****.co.uk/BOSCH-GSR14-4-2-LI-Lion-DRILL-DRIVER-SORTIMO-L-BOXX-/310289615422?pt=UK_Home_Garden_PowerTools_SM&hash=item483eb3ca3e
#26
Each to there own but if your drilling brick/wood on a daily basis stick with the xrp`s our xrp`s are still going strong after 4 year this cheaper model which id class as a diy drill lasted us a month :( before the gears went ti*s up
#27
I want to put some shelving up in my garage. Will this Drill do the job? Or am I better off buying a corded hammer drill?
#28
this is good value for screwdriving and drilling wood but it's not up the job when drilling masonary. A dewalt XRP that can drill bricks will cost you 200 notes so for most people on here they will be better off buying this and a dirt cheap corded hammer drill just for masonary.
#29
Good price for a half decent drill. Dewalt is Black&Decker's premium brand.

Personally i would grab a Makita for around this price, Screwfix were doing one with 2 batteries (1.3A NiCd) and a drill bit set for £99. From personal experience Makita bushes last a little longer than Dewalt when you get stuck into the tough stuff. But i am sure most would veiw the brands equally. Heat added :)

For the record, most pro's will use a corded 1000w+ SDS drill if they know they have some seriously brick to deal with and skip cordless althogether. Even the best cordless drills pale in comparison to a powerful corded beast. This cordless will do more than most DIY's will ever need, but the gear box and bushes will probably die after a few years of average use.

Edited By: Tyranicus66 on Feb 12, 2011 13:41
#30
I'd rather buy a Makita than this Black & Decker too

Edited By: maddoglewis on Feb 12, 2011 17:18
#31
black and decker have owned dewalt for over 50 years !!

would you say a bentley's rubbish because its owned by volkswagen ?
#32
No one said it was rubbish, just in my opinion not as good as Makita. Each to there own mate :)
#33
Yep. Its called a B&Q Diamond card, free to all over 60's and usable on Wednesday only good for 10% on everything. I got my gramp to buy my watersoftner with it (saved £60)

Now, if only B&Q did a line of hip replacements, they would be minted :)
#34
Tim_UK
black and decker have owned dewalt for over 50 years !!

would you say a bentley's rubbish because its owned by volkswagen ?


Volkswagen is a good make but Black and Decker isn't

Edited By: maddoglewis on Feb 12, 2011 19:46
#35
Tyranicus66
Good price for a half decent drill. Dewalt is Black&Decker's premium brand. Personally i would grab a Makita for around this price, Screwfix were doing one with 2 batteries (1.3A NiCd) and a drill bit set for £99. From personal experience Makita bushes last a little longer than Dewalt when you get stuck into the tough stuff. But i am sure most would veiw the brands equally. Heat added :)For the record, most pro's will use acorded 1000w+ SDS drill if they know they have some seriously brick to deal with and skip cordless althogether. Even the best cordless drills pale in comparison to a powerful corded beast. This cordless will do more than most DIY's will ever need, but the gear box and bushes will probably die after a few years of average use.


yep agree re: corded drills for brick........i tried the makita and this dewalt and there is no diff tbh, both are excellent drills.....nicads one are heavier but i use a mini £35 B&D drill for small stuff anyway, like pilots holes

again, it depends on what you want the drill for....99% of diyers will never use these drills enough to see the flaws.......pros will but then most pros would buy a better drill anyway

this a great drill, i wasnt too sure re: nicad as id had a nicad cordless B&D drill 10 years that was utter garbage

Edited By: royals on Feb 12, 2011 21:00
#36
Isn't De Walt the same type of thing as Black & Decker? In the same way that an Audi is often the same as a Skoda under the skin?
#37
z909
Isn't De Walt the same type of thing as Black & Decker? In the same way that an Audi is often the same as a Skoda under the skin?

Black & Decker bought Elu in the 80's and re-branded them Dewalt (another well known company they bought). Elu were an excellent company and their quality and design were somewhat diluted by the behemoth of B&D, but some of the original Elu R&D and manufacturing continued with the new Dewalt and the quality is still there, as well as good customer service. The B&D diy stuff is quite separate from the professional Dewalt division
#38
Tyranicus66
This cordless will do more than most DIY's will ever need, but the gear box and bushes will probably die after a few years of average use.

From my experience the batteries will fail well before the gearbox and bushes.
#39
z909
Isn't De Walt the same type of thing as Black & Decker? In the same way that an Audi is often the same as a Skoda under the skin?

Audi would take exception to this as would Dewalt, despite common misconceptions both brands are a cut above the mainsteam in their respective markets, through quality and innovation. Ever seen a quattro Skoda? :)
#40
Excellent drill. Have had it for over a year and wouldn't be without it. Works fine on every day masonary. Battery is poor but I upgraded to a couple of 2.6ah as part of the other dewalt 18v stuff I have.

Have a corded percussion drill when serious power is needed.

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