PARKSIDE 12V Li-Ion Cordless Drill from LIDL £24.99. - HotUKDeals
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PARKSIDE 12V Li-Ion Cordless Drill from LIDL £24.99.

£24.99 @ LIDL
3 year warranty 2 speed gearbox with 19 torque levels and 1 drill setting With an integrated LED work light, 3-stage battery status indicator and 2 bits Single sleeve keyless chuck and automatic sp…
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1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago
3 year warranty
2 speed gearbox with 19 torque levels and 1 drill setting
With an integrated LED work light, 3-stage battery status indicator and 2 bits
Single sleeve keyless chuck and automatic spindle lock
Specification:

No-load-speed (rpm): 350 / 1300
Max. torque (Nm): 22
Weight (kg): 1.1
Charging time (mins): 60
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1 Like #1
good find op, heat added
#2
this deal starts sunday the 22nd
1 Like #3
Got one of these last year and its good, heat added
4 Likes #4
I wonder how this compares to the Aldi/Workzone equivalent, bought one of those last summer for £29.99, and that is an extremely well balanced and powerful little drill/driver, the 22Nm of torque makes me think this deal won't be as good, but I'll stand to be corrected on that.

Ex/semi-retired Joiner, but avid woodworker in of my own workshop, other cordless drills are: - Milwaukee 18V &12V, AEG 18V, Hitachi 18V, and the aforementioned Aldi 12V, my favourite for it's weight, balance, & power.

One more thing, and I swear this is true. Pretty sure I bought the Aldi 12V last July/ Aug, since then it's been pretty much used daily, mostly light work, push in a few 1" or 3/4" x 4's/6's, nothing major, with the occasional workout on some 2" or 2 1/2 x 8/10, like I say not exactly timber decking all day long, but I only just last week had to recharge it from the day I bought it, and I promise that's the truth!
#5
What is the best way to store li-ion batteries when not using for a few weeks at a time? I always thought fully charged but after a year my batteries died and would no longer charge or hold charge., reading on RC forums and they recommend 50% charged for storage of more than 1 month of none use.
1 Like #6
POWYSWALES
What is the best way to store li-ion batteries when not using for a few weeks at a time? I always thought fully charged but after a year my batteries died and would no longer charge or hold charge., reading on RC forums and they recommend 50% charged for storage of more than 1 month of none use.
Thats more for prolonged storage and it is about half charge.
Good RC balance chargers have a storage charge function where it charges or discharges to 50-60%.

Keeping it in a cool place is also very important. Elevated temperatures combined with a high charge stress and deteroriate cells.
Dont go crazy keeping them in fridge but dont be leaving them up loft etc where temperature can easily reach over 30c.


Edited By: callum84 on Jan 18, 2017 01:57: .
1 Like #7
POWYSWALES
What is the best way to store li-ion batteries when not using for a few weeks at a time? I always thought fully charged but after a year my batteries died and would no longer charge or hold charge., reading on RC forums and they recommend 50% charged for storage of more than 1 month of none use.

Standard room temp, shouldn't get damaged if you store them charged for a year. And should retain some charge level.

They're genetally charged to about 60% when being sold, and they can be stored in shops warehouses for a long time etc.

The age old crap of don't fully charge, let them go flat, charge memory etc is all rubbish and only effects older battery tech.
#8
Great price, currently available in lidl northern ireland @£29.99 http://www.lidl-ni.co.uk/en/Offers.htm?id=914
1 Like #9
It would appear much of the Parkside branded gear is made by Einhell, decent enough name.
http://www.einhelltools.co.uk/cmspage.php?page_id=69
1 Like #10
Poor drills bought that multi functional drill few months back which has multi tool, saw and drill 3 head to change the drill head is not smooth and vibrate from day one. What you pay is what you get.
5 Likes #11
If only you knew the power of the Parkside!
https://media.giphy.com/media/d2sdxvH0u2oU0/giphy.gif
My guess is about 250W

Edited By: BubaMan on Jan 18, 2017 07:15
3 Likes #12
This is a perfectly adequate drill from a reputable merchant, but surely it is just the regular price, so why is it posted a hot deal? It is not of course, so for that reason it must be cold.
#13
I got one of these last time round. Great second drill.
I only use for DIY but it's light weight and plenty of torque and power, I found it ideal when assembling my kitchen units. Downside to any lightweight drill is the battery won't last all day, but it does ok.
#14
rvcshart
POWYSWALES
What is the best way to store li-ion batteries when not using for a few weeks at a time? I always thought fully charged but after a year my batteries died and would no longer charge or hold charge., reading on RC forums and they recommend 50% charged for storage of more than 1 month of none use.
Standard room temp, shouldn't get damaged if you store them charged for a year. And should retain some charge level.
They're genetally charged to about 60% when being sold, and they can be stored in shops warehouses for a long time etc.
The age old crap of don't fully charge, let them go flat, charge memory etc is all rubbish and only effects older battery tech.

If you really think that you will be using the drill only around once a year, you might be better off with mains powered. You have to faff around with an extension lead, but you don't have to worry about the batteries dying.
1 Like #15
GDB2222
rvcshart
POWYSWALES
What is the best way to store li-ion batteries when not using for a few weeks at a time? I always thought fully charged but after a year my batteries died and would no longer charge or hold charge., reading on RC forums and they recommend 50% charged for storage of more than 1 month of none use.
Standard room temp, shouldn't get damaged if you store them charged for a year. And should retain some charge level.
They're genetally charged to about 60% when being sold, and they can be stored in shops warehouses for a long time etc.
The age old crap of don't fully charge, let them go flat, charge memory etc is all rubbish and only effects older battery tech.
If you really think that you will be using the drill only around once a year, you might be better off with mains powered. You have to faff around with an extension lead, but you don't have to worry about the batteries dying.

Wasn't me asking about batteries :)

I'd assume this is same as a 10.8v, same as stupid 20v gimmick is really an 18v, kinda.

I've a 4.8v bosch, 18v combi, 18v impact, and now I kinds want a 10.8v.
But I'm a field engineer and my kits way to bulky as it is.
#16
Looks nice
#17
Can it be used as a screwdriver?
#18
Kenmarinaris
Can it be used as a screwdriver?

I know little about dremels but I'd not advise it. Buy the 12v screwdriver they have in the same offer set.
#20
Kenmarinaris
Can it be used as a screwdriver?
Of course (it even comes with two screwdriver bits that you may see in the product photos if you bother to look).

Edited By: othen on Jan 19, 2017 05:54: Typo.
#21
It's a decent drill available at a good price, but only for a limited time. Sounds like a good deal to me ;)
#22


​good link, but for a DIY'er buying a 2nd drill would be cheap enough.
#23


does the multi grinder not come iwth a battery? for less than £20 your better off getting that?
1 Like #24
been and got both.....drill is great quality but not very powerful...
1 Like #25
useless bought yesterday going back now ! struggles to even undo screws longer than 1"
#26
Gavin01
useless bought yesterday going back now ! struggles to even undo screws longer than 1"

Thanks for that was going to get one tonight, but since most of my work involves 2" screws I will give it a miss.
#27
Gavin01
useless bought yesterday going back now ! struggles to even undo screws longer than 1"


​really that bad ?? you do realise with these drills that screwdriving is better on the "1" setting than the "2" ? this produces a higher torque, most people just use number 2 that is meant for drilling. my bosch equivalent works exactly the same way and has a much higher torque on "1" and struggles like this on "2"

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