EXPIRED-Skil 18v Drill/Driver + 2 batteries Was £71.48 Was £49.98 Now £34.98 @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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The 18 volt Skil 1003 Drill/Driver is compact, lightweight and powerful. Ideal for drilling wood and metal as well as screwdriving.

No-load speed 0-400/0-1100rpm

2 gear, high speed for drilling and high power for tough screwdriving

20 Varitorque positions for precise screwdriving plus full lock-up position for drilling

Spotlight for better sight of your work piece and more comfortable working in poorly lit areas

10mm double-sleeve keyless chuck for quick, easy accessory change

Includes 2 batteries, 6 HSS drill bits (1-6mm), 6 screwdriver bits (PZ1,PZ2,PH1,PH2,S5,S6), 3 hour charger, magnetic bitholder, carry case
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#1
this would have been idle if it had hammer action , good price though :thumbsup:
#2
Good if this is all you can afford..... but having now bought a cordless drill with lithium battery there would be no going back. It's nice to know when you go to use your drill that the battery is not going to be flat. Presumably at this price it's not a lithium battery drill though.
#3
Searcher2;8770297
Good if this is all you can afford..... but having now bought a cordless drill with lithium battery there would be no going back. It's nice to know when you go to use your drill that the battery is not going to be flat. Presumably at this price it's not a lithium battery drill though.

agreed...rarely used my cordless 3 year old b&D one and it cost me £90 (rrp was about £150ish) then...prob used 20 times as i prefer corded (have a brilliant cheap bosch thats last 12 years used at least 3-4 times a week)...its nicd and now the battery wont charge at all....useless
#4
Think I'll get one as Ni-Cads are OK if you dont keep partially charging them...i.e. let them flatten before fully charging them and only put them into 'storage' fully charged.

I had an 18V Nutool one for years that was only Ni-cad
#5
Ive got a B&Q own brand power pro 18v, probably uses nicads and I've not bothered with running flat, sometimes dont use it for months and it works whenever I need it and still charges well.
Had it for a few years now 5+, I think sometimes you just get lucky with these batteries.
#6
Skill is made by bosch at the same factory as there bosch branded stuff. So very good at half the price
#7
To the guys who know about drills: I need a multi purpose drill is the following any good 'Black & Decker 14.4v Lithium Ion Hammer Drill' http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.207-0826.aspx. Thanks
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catch22
To the guys who know about drills: I need a multi purpose drill is the following any good 'Black & Decker 14.4v Lithium Ion Hammer Drill' http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.207-0826.aspx. Thanks


Ebay :
Item number: 270587428729 same as : http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0033UWLUQ/ref=asc_df_B0033UWLUQ674316?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=***************&linkCode=asn&creative=7974&creativeASIN=B0033UWLUQ
Item number: 270589423185 same as http://www.tools4trade.com/d-3694026-Bosch-PSB-18-Li-2-Cordless-Combi-Drill-18V%28603958370%29.aspx
#9
richp
this would have been idle if it had hammer action , good price though :thumbsup:


It would only be " idle " if you didn't use it.;-)

It would be ideal if it had a hammer action.
#10
I would try your local tool retailer to; I have no idea why everyone jumps to B&Q straight away, the majority of their stuff is too expensive!

Example: Went in to buy Bosch Sanding Sheets for my sander. Then i went to my tool retailer and they were a 1/4 of the price of B&Q!
#11
Great price for an 18v with two batteries, lithium or not.

None in stock in any of my surrounding stores though.
#12
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It would only be " idle " if you didn't use it.;-)

It would be ideal if it had a hammer action.


lol, yeah I just noticed that, missus must have been talking to me at the time :-D
#13
You need to check the Max torque power to determine how good cordless drills are
Mid 30's Nm (Newton Metres) and upwards is ok for general DIY. Anything above 50Nm is the dogs' marbles sack!

You can get a lower Voltage drill with higher torque hence higher voltage is not always best.
Not all the retailers and boxes state these figures clearly so be sure to check thoroughly.
#14
showing as £49.98 when I open the link??
How do you get it for £34.98?
cheers.

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