Draper 76215 810W 230V Hammer Drill - £25.60 delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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* Powerful 810 watt motor
* Ergonomic design with soft grip handle
* Variable speed trigger
* Forward and reverse facility
* Adjustable side handle with built in depth rod

This 810 Watt Hammer Drill from Draper Tools is a powerful multi function drill capable for drilling wood, steel and masonry.

It is packed with useful features. The ergonomic design with soft grip handle makes work comfortable. The variable speed trigger gives great control. The drill has a high capacity 13 Millimetre chuck to accommodate most drill bits. There is a forward/reverse facility making it ideal for screws. The drill comes with an adjustable side handle with built in depth rod.

To complete the package the drill comes supplied complete with a chuck key, plug and 3 Metres (Approximately) Cable.
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#1
draper = garbage
#2
I have a Bosch hammer drill with a cable. Works really well but I only ever need it for jobs which are nowhere near a power socket.

Recommend people buy a cordless model.
#3
May not be great quality, but cheap enough.
#4
ro53ben
I have a Bosch hammer drill with a cable. Works really well but I only ever need it for jobs which are nowhere near a power socket.Recommend people buy a cordless model.

get an extension lead?!!

corded drills are miles cheaper and much better for heavy duty stuff like masonary but obviously limited in where you can use them

i mainly use a corded - i have a b&d cordless drill - was a present and about £100 - its about 8 years old and ive used it 3 times....total garbage and now the battery wont charge very well

my bosch corded drill is 12 years old and cost me less £30, used i guess about 4 hours a week and has neve failed one......sounds like it wearing out though so prob needs replacing soon and will get a decentish cordless drill eg dewalt up to £150

my get a cheapish corded sds drill for masonary stuff though - will see how the cordless one performs


if i bought a cheap drill id avoid draper and B&D and the cheap makes in B&Q and Argos, stick to bosch for cheaper stuff and better quality dewalt, makita...also heard hitachi are good too

Edited By: royals on Aug 23, 2010 12:10: g
#5
royals
draper = garbage


£25.60 for an 810W hammer drill = cheap
#6
If only this had keyless chuck! I need a cheap drill for my once a year DIY shelf putting up projects but guarantee I'd lose the key.
#7
SEEMS EXPENSIVE, SAINSBURYS DO SOMETHING VERY SIMILAR FOR ABOUT £15
#8
thank you x
#9
alternatively , have a look

http://www.zavvi.com/electronics/new-arrivals-electronics/nutool-1050w-hammer-drill-mpk1050/10088210.html


@ £14.99 delivered , 1100W, variable speed, rubbish manufacturer too :)
#10
Excellent drill, for the money. I suppose most folks who are gonna buy it are light users and for this, this drill would be a cost effective solution. BTW dewalt has lost alot of ground in terms of being the No1 hand tool manufacturer, I believe that its now Hitachi that is the power tool manufacturer of choice for the trades people.
#11
7777777
alternatively , have a look

http://www.zavvi.com/electronics/new-arrivals-electronics/nutool-1050w-hammer-drill-mpk1050/10088210.html



@ £14.99 delivered , 1100W, variable speed, rubbish manufacturer too :)


I bought the Zavvi one for occasional use, perfectly good.
#12
Looks good to me for occasional DIY
#13
yes, like with Direct Power it would only be recommended for very light use.
with drills across the board, what you get out of it is what you spend on it.
#14
What type of power would I need to be drilling through breeze blocks and masonry walls?
#15
MPThoma5
What type of power would I need to be drilling through breeze blocks and masonry walls?


Breeze blocks and soft reds can easily be drilled with anything. Small holes (eg 6-7mm for wall plugs) in harder masonry are fine with a drill like this. Bigger holes for Rawlbolts etc in concrete and youd really need an SDS drill. One of the biggest difference is buying a quality masonry bit and not using the cheap sets. A really good masonry drill bit will cost you under £2. I would recommend investing in a few individual bits in the sizes you actually need rather than a complete set of drill bits.
#16
Get a professional drill with keyless chuck by Makita/Site for just £8.15 more at Screwfix. It will probably out live you.

2 mechanical speeds in all metal gear box
Tough carry case
Keyless
Professional duty motor and bearings

http://www.screwfix.com/prods/43079/Power-Tools/Corded-Drills/Site-720W-Percussion-Drill-240V
#17
toaster
Get a professional drill with keyless chuck by Makita/Site for just £8.15 more at Screwfix. It will probably out live you.

2 mechanical speeds in all metal gear box
Tough carry case
Keyless
Professional duty motor and bearings


http://www.screwfix.com/prods/43079/Power-Tools/Corded-Drills/Site-720W-Percussion-Drill-240V


i REALLY LIKE THAT ONE,THANKS.
#18
Might go for the SITE drill and DeWalt paint stripper from Screwfix,probably never use them though.
#19
I'm not a prolific DIY'er at all, but need something to put up occasional shelves, curtain rails etc, and the variable speed / reverse would be useful for screws. I think this could cope with anything my limited DIY use could throw at it. Think this might be the one for me :-) (or the Zavvi one)
#20
Now increased to £28.95
#21
publicnme
If only this had keyless chuck! I need a cheap drill for my once a year DIY shelf putting up projects but guarantee I'd lose the key.

tape the key half way down the cord , never lose it and always handy to use . there is also a key holder under the handle at the top of the cord .

Edited By: mikie8 on Sep 07, 2010 15:02: sp
#22
Now back down to £25.60 again.
#23
bigsky
royals
draper = garbage
£25.60 for an 810W hammer drill = cheap

put £25.60 in the bin then
#24
Renegade01
Excellent drill, for the money. I suppose most folks who are gonna buy it are light users and for this, this drill would be a cost effective solution. BTW dewalt has lost alot of ground in terms of being the No1 hand tool manufacturer, I believe that its now Hitachi that is the power tool manufacturer of choice for the trades people.

yeh heard that too as makita are best quality but way too expensive, dewalt arent as good as they used to be

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