DeWalt DW997 18V Combi Drill Cordless Hammer Drill - £97.86 @ Screwfix. - HotUKDeals
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High performance tool for hammer drilling, drilling and screwdriving applications. Supplied with carry case.

* 2 x 2.0Ah Ni-Cd Batteries
* 1hr Charger
* 2-Speed
* 13mm Keyless Chuck
* 16 Torque Settings
* Electric Brake
* Rubber-Coated Grip

DW997, 2 x batteries, charger, carry case.

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Come on then tell me where I can get it cheaper because I am about to order one?
why is this cold??
i hate it when people vote cold and dont say why?

looks good to me!
"i can buy a decrap at Aldi for £1.99" .......... people vote cold because they have no idea of the quality of a dewalt
I can't find it cheaper, so voted hot, plus I know the brand is top notch unlike all the other cold voting noobs.
I already have one of these and paid a lot more than this. Quality.
I would probably go with this:
3x batteries and 30 min charger - still a good name in drills
If you get the makita 18v in B&Q, you get the full makita drill and driver tool kit including hole cutters, spirit levels etc, charger and two 18v batteries for £99 instore at the moment.

I bought that with my partners 20% discount card and it's a superb piece of kit. :thumbsup:
Makita knocks the spots of Dewalt now, up until 3 years ago you could not fault Dewalt - they are now a pile of **** !!! (IMO of course)

Just about ! :thumbsup:
The question is - what will break first, the drill or the accessories?
I dont know anyhting about these except my keen DIYer BF (not a good one either- that is at DIY)
found a deal on here just prior to the weekend and purchased a box from B&Q on sat for £69.99
in it contains ....... D25002 600w & the DW907K2 190w plus 2 x 12v batteries.........
work in the trade and would recomend the makita set at this price

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