Mac Allister 1250W SDS Rotary Hammer Drill £35 @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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This was on offer at £40 not long ago and is now even cheaper. The website states that these were originally £99.98, down to £49, which would be about right, but for £35 seems a very good deal
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It will be more than likely available for £35 in store as its a popular product for them. Never £99 but for £35 its a very tough product and the hammer setting powers sds drills into concrete very easily. Mines worked hard and still going strong.
#3
Get a Bosch, Makita or Dewalt, you know it makes sense. This will knock its brains and your hands out as soon as it sees a couple of inches of concrete. It's cheap for a reason, false economy imo.
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Get a Bosch, Makita or Dewalt, you know it makes sense. This will knock its brains and your hands out as soon as it sees a couple of inches of concrete. It's cheap for a reason, false economy imo.


Nope. I use a dewalt combi hammer driver for anything that its happy with and they are fantastic but if I need heavy duty concrete drilling then this is brill. It's not as rough as the cheap aldi and lidl versions and great for 8mm plus sds drilling and cabling. No where near as smooth as top brand stuff but at fraction of the cost its good for bigger jobs. Using it as a plaster/mortar mixer and breaker for concrete floors is good too
#5
I had a cheap B&Q McA once, it couldn't take the heat! Took it back for a refund, got another, same, rinse and repeat. Still, if you don't mind going back every time you blow it up it will do just fine. imo cheap tools are always a false economy over time, maybe its just me or what we do with them huh!
#6
I've had a cheap sds drill similar to this for about 15 years. It's removed driveways and seen a fair bit of use without any bother. Well worth it.
#7
Have used these as basically throw aways when doing rendering or knocking walls down, don't expect it to last long but at least they won't argue with refund or exchange when it breaks, get what you pay for just don't expect this to last if intending on using a lot. Also same sort in screwfix if that's closer
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Blackhatter
Get a Bosch, Makita or Dewalt, you know it makes sense. This will knock its brains and your hands out as soon as it sees a couple of inches of concrete. It's cheap for a reason, false economy imo.


I have a performance power drill from b and q which looks suspiciously like this one and it was also cheap and nasty. I've had it around 5 years and it hammers through pretty much everything including concrete!

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