DeWalt XRP DC925KA 18v Cordless hammer Drill-£150 @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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Instore at B&Q Coleraine.
This is a genuine price drop.
Was £247.Cheapest I see online is £220-

Top quality drill with metal parts,not like the cheap DeWalt crap that are being knocked out at B&Q for £99.
I`ve been using this exact model now for the past 7-8 years at work and it`s still going strong.

* Powerful 18 Volt combination tool for heavy duty hammerdrilling and screwdriving applications
* Three speed settings for optimum performance in high torque, normal use and high speed applications.
* 22 position adjustable torque control for uniform results and optimised precision when screwdriving
* Up to 56 Nm of sustained torque for maximum performance
* 13 mm self-tightening chuck tightens throughout operation providing superior bit gripping strength
* Ergonomically designed trigger and rubber grip
* Electronic brake for added control
* High performance fan cooled motor with replaceable brushes for maximum power and durability
* All metal gearing for efficient power transmission and longer tool life
* Modular design for easy access to key components and serviceability


Voltage 18 V
Battery Capacity Ni-Cd 2.4 Ah
Chuck Capacity 1.5-13 mm
Power Output 470 Watts
No Load Speed 0-450 / 0-1500 / 0-2000 rpm
Beats per Minute 0-7650 / 0-25500 / 0-34000 bpm
Max Torque 56 Nm
Max. Drilling Capacity [Wood] 50 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity [Metal] 13 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity [Masonry] 16 mm
Weight 2.8 kg
Length 270 mm
Height 245 mm

Supplied with:

2 batteries
Multi position side handle
Heavy duty carrying case
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paid 100 for mine (_;)
How`d you manage that?
This is a proper DeWalt as used by tradesmen, not the cheaper stuff made for the DIYer that just trades on the name.
56nm of torque is really good, that'll snap a few screws off.......
I was told that DeWalt is made by Black and Decker. Maybe not true, but it's a good rumour to start.
I was told that DeWalt is made by Black and Decker. Maybe not true, but it's a good rumour to start.

100% true

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