Draper 204 Piece Drill Driver and Bit Set - £17.45 delivered - HotUKDeals
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* Drill bits for concrete, wood, wood boring, steel and plastic
* Screwbits included
* Supplied in a handy blow moulded storage case

This kit includes 51 titanium bits for drilling many types of material. It also includes 14 masonry bits including extra long 300mm drills, 14 Wood drilling and boring bits plus 4 holesaws and a holesaw adapto is also included. This kit also features 41 insert bits for all of the most popular sizes of screws and fixings. All in a handy blow moulded storage case.

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Comprehensive kit supplied in blow mould case. Display packed.
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#1
WOW, seems a great price, wondering if it would make it good xmas gift for hubby?, normal price of £76?, draper are a great brand, right? mmmmmmmmmmmmm Thanks OP
#2
The normal price of £76 is probably a bit high, the next cheapest I could find it was around £35. Regarding buying it for your hubby for xmas, I bought it for my wife to give to me, so I'd say it would be a good gift ;-)
#3
I wish my hubby would do that! he always complains about his snapping, so im gonna go for it!, thanks again, added some rep.
#4
good find, well worth it.
#5
nice find voted hot:thumbsup:

im a bit of a amateur mechanic and use stanley tools a lot and they are good quality,

unfortunately they are more likely to be manufactured in the far east nowadays than the uk but they still keep the quality high in my experience:)
#6
Nice, ordered one, buying house next year, reckon i might need to learn DIY, LOL

Voted HOT
#7
karen3boysxxx
WOW, seems a great price, wondering if it would make it good xmas gift for hubby?, normal price of £76?, draper are a great brand, right? mmmmmmmmmmmmm Thanks OP


hmmm wonder if you would like a new kettle and iron set for xmas!!
why do women buy their fellas DIY gear as gifts and moan if they get womens tools as gifts :whistling::w00t:

heat added
#8
RRP is completely OTT
This will be a load a of ****
Ladies---do not buy this for your bloke
This is Draper`s value range,which is the same as Tesco,Asda and Sainsburys cheapest range.
I think that explains it perfectly.
#9
wootley
Nice, ordered one, buying house next year, reckon i might need to learn DIY, LOL

Voted HOT


You will need them!

Thread hijack, but does anyone know where I can get a cheap but good drill?

I got the homebase one (cost me £10) absolute false economy, probablt wouldn't even go into butter it's that ****!
#10
Thanks OP ordered and on its way heat given....

As for a drill I still have my trusty black and decker hammer drill must be 20 years old by now!!!!
#11
Fl0wer
You will need them!

Thread hijack, but does anyone know where I can get a cheap but good drill?

I got the homebase one (cost me £10) absolute false economy, probablt wouldn't even go into butter it's that ****!


http://www.screwfix.com/prods/66469/Power-Tools/Kits/DeWalt-D21710KSF-SFGB-Twinpack
#12
this kit is the same as one i bought from b+q about 5 years ago paid £30 then . I'm in the trade but i would use this because if you price up hss drill bits etcon their you will spend loads
#13
Voted COLD.

This is £14 in all screwfix TC's
#14
kiwinator
Voted COLD.

This is £14 in all screwfix TC's



Really?...Can you provide a link.

I can't find them on Screwfix Site.
#15
geezer466
Thanks OP ordered and on its way heat given....

As for a drill I still have my trusty black and decker hammer drill must be 20 years old by now!!!!


my black n decker has been retired after 20 odd years, went for this deal below and is excellent value for a professional edge, bonus £5 argos gift voucher too

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/7111143/Trail/searchtext%3EBLACK+DECKER.htm

also those looking for extra drill bits bought this with my £5 argos voucher from above deal hence making it only £6.33 for a quality accessory pack

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/7001143/Trail/searchtext%3EDRILL.htm
#16
Fl0wer
You will need them!

Thread hijack, but does anyone know where I can get a cheap but good drill?

I got the homebase one (cost me £10) absolute false economy, probablt wouldn't even go into butter it's that ****!

look on 'offeroftheday' site, i just bought dewalt twin pack for about £60(normally £166) from screwfix using vouchers,Quidco etc
regards
kev
#17
couple of holes with these drill bits and i bet they are blunter than james blunt
#18
Bully
my black n decker has been retired after 20 odd years, went for this deal below and is excellent value for a professional edge, bonus £5 argos gift voucher too

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/7111143/Trail/searchtext%3EBLACK+DECKER.htm

also those looking for extra drill bits bought this with my £5 argos voucher from above deal hence making it only £6.33 for a quality accessory pack

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/7001143/Trail/searchtext%3EDRILL.htm


i bought that accessory pack , the masonry drill bits became useless after 2 uses :x
#19
Theres a stack of these in aldi at the moment, I didn't spot the price though.
#20
You can get cashback through Quanti (like Quidco) - 6% - on everything at Amazon.

Think I'll get one of these for the hubby's Christmas. Thanks!
#21
Thanks OP. Ordered one
#22
kiwinator
Voted COLD.

This is £14 in all screwfix TC's


What are TC's?
#23
Trade counters ?
#24
That's a lot of pointy metal for your credit crunched spondoolies...but it's tat nevertheless.
[mod]#25
Looks like a very good set for the price .... hot!

Thanks Wingnut :)
#26
I have this set and it is well worth the money but NOT much more.

VERY useful to have all the bits you need in one case and would be very much appreciated as a pressie from a DIYer but no good if you are a carpenter.

I am considering getting a second one.
#27
You're never going to use all them bits, best to spend some good money on a nice set of masonry bits and some wood bits. They will outlast these cheapo ones which you will mostly never use.
#28
These are just £19.99 in store at Maplins.:thumbsup:

They arn't the best quality drill bits by any means but great as an emergency standby kit for the money.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=48500
Marc
#29
Thanks OP, ordered these. Would be enough for home DIY.
#30
Normal price - all cheap bits that will break with too much use

COLD
#31
Some people don`t think too much of their hubbys
1 Like #32
People are guessing about the quality, but actually they are not bad. I've been using an identical set for about 4 years, and have only replaced the 6&8mm masonary bits (due to trying to drill concrete, before I got an SDS). All the others have been well used and are still going strong.
#33
phead
People are guessing about the quality, but actually they are not bad. I've been using an identical set for about 4 years, and have only replaced the 6&8mm masonary bits (due to trying to drill concrete, before I got an SDS). All the others have been well used and are still going strong.



Ive also got the same set about 3 years ago, the tiny metal drill bits snapped but the rest of the kit seems fine, i wouldnt use it everyday but its ideal to have in the garage and i use it quite often

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