Makita 18v Angle Drill (body only) + 2ah Battery £123.46 ENDS 9/4/17 @ Anglia Tool Centre - HotUKDeals
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Makita 18v Angle Drill (body only) + 2ah Battery £123.46 ENDS 9/4/17 @ Anglia Tool Centre

£123.46 @ Anglia Tool Centre
Good price on this angle drill if you already have the charger- £1 more than the cheapest price I've found without the battery. Offer ends tomorrow (9/4/17). Use discount code 9UDFYCG to get at … Read More
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Good price on this angle drill if you already have the charger- £1 more than the cheapest price I've found without the battery.

Offer ends tomorrow (9/4/17).

Use discount code 9UDFYCG to get at deal price.
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#1
How much is a charger?
#2
Lidl, aldi do the atachment for £7.99 twice a year for oridinary drill .
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redbiro
Lidl, aldi do the atachment for £7.99 twice a year for oridinary drill .

There's plenty of cheap angle adapters for driving, I've got a cheap Erbauer one from Screwfix (think it was about £12?). Its not really the same thing though- they're handy for driving screws, though a bit awkward, but I wouldn't want to try drilling with one (not if I wanted to drill with any degree of accuracy).
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worthinger
How much is a charger?

In the region of £35 by the looks. Make sure you get the LXT-series charger, not the G-Series.
#5
redbiro
Lidl, Aldi do the attachment for £7.99 twice a year for oridinary drill .
All good info, but nowt to do with the deal, they're not anywhere near an equivalent to a genuine angled drill and whilst i'd have one for emergencies, ergonomically there's no comparison

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