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Drill dust catcher tool - £20.99 @ Sold by R & B Star Electrical Wholesalers and Fulfilled by Amazon

£20.99 @ Amazon
I am not sure if anyone has used one of these before, but I wanted to share with you how life saving this tool is. I have been doing up my house for a few months now and started off trying to catch th… Read More
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
I am not sure if anyone has used one of these before, but I wanted to share with you how life saving this tool is. I have been doing up my house for a few months now and started off trying to catch the dust and brick debris using a hoover in one hand and drill in the other hand. As you can imagine it ended in me being very frustrated and dust on the floor. One day I had a friend helping me and he saw what I was doing and he recommended these type of drill and dust catcher and at first brought some cheap alternatives which literally shattered on first use. So I then decided to take the plunge and pay out for the proper dade and I have never looked back.

Anyway, I hope this helps someone out especially as I know it will save you loads of time cleaning up and save you from being frustrated.
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Cool product nice idea.
4 Likes #2
Or you could do what I did last night when I was drilling a hole in the ceiling and push the drill through the bottom of a plastic tub and save yourself £20.99.
Cold as a penguin's chuff. :D
2 Likes #3
Expensive for what is in effect a round piece of plastic.
#4
get an ice cream tub and drill a hole in it to do the same
1 Like #5
I got a very similar product from pound shop, it may not be the same quality but this is way too much.
2 Likes #6
I use an empty sandwich bag or crisp bag with the 'mouth' masking taped below the hole your drilling - bag catches the dust, masking tape don't mark the wall and masking tape used to tape bag with dust in. If you don't have an empty crisp bag treat yourself on a great job your going to do then you will have an empty bag. :D
1 Like #7
zen200
I am not sure if anyone has used one of these before, but I wanted to share with you how life saving this tool is.

Hey zen, how did this attachment save your life??
1 Like #8
I hoovered up after myself
1 Like #9
HappyShopper
zen200
I am not sure if anyone has used one of these before, but I wanted to share with you how life saving this tool is.

Hey zen, how did this attachment save your life??


The Mrs didn't moan about the dust and mess, which kept me in her good books. You can't put a price on that so I consider it a life saver.
2 Likes #10
I think you'd be better off getting a new wife, tbh.
#11
A lot cheaper elsewhere e.g eBay even if you wanted this D.A.D.E branded one.
#12
Shadow vac is too easy.
#13
Halloway
I think you'd be better off getting a new wife, tbh.

I can tell you're not married.
#14
This showed on the same page as the deal for£1.99 and looks like it does the same thing https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71Li2TsX0gL._SL1500_.jpg
#15
I got one of the clear ones from Poundland and it's great. At this price though it's gotta be sub zero from me.
#16
Or for just pence more you could buy a Karcher version with an integrated vacuum cleaner.....http://www.comwales.co.uk/store/Karcher-DDC-50-drilling-dust-yellow-black-.html?gclid=CNi39Z7YztICFcuZGwodyvsJAA
Cold
#17
Lol
#18
Surely this is a joke right?
#19
nougat
This showed on the same page as the deal for£1.99 and looks like it does the same thing https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71Li2TsX0gL._SL1500_.jpg


This is a different product. The product in thread is flexible and mostly for cutting out downlight holes in ceilings.

The one from poundland is still useful but really for drilling.

That all said, this is about what this product usually goes for, not a deal.
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HappyShopper
zen200
I am not sure if anyone has used one of these before, but I wanted to share with you how life saving this tool is.
Hey zen, how did this attachment save your life??
He was drilling through asbestos obviously(_;)
#21
I just use a dustpan underneath the drill.
#23
Sellotape an open envelope on the wall under the point where you will drill.......catches all the dust.

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