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Parkside 18v Li-on Hammer drill £39.99 @ Lidl

£39.99 @ LIDL
Good value hammer drill in stock a my local Lidl Today. Powerful motor with 2 speed Gearbox and switchable high performance hammer mechanism, single-sleeve keyless chuck and quick-stop 60 minute… Read More
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9m, 6d agoFound 9 months, 6 days ago
Good value hammer drill in stock a my local Lidl Today.

Powerful motor with 2 speed Gearbox and switchable high performance hammer mechanism, single-sleeve keyless chuck and quick-stop

60 minute fast charge battery that is compatible with all tools in the 18V Power tool series

3 stage battery status indicator

With 20 torque settings, drill & hammer drill setting With an integrated LED work light, bit holder and SPINDLE LOCK

Includes an auxiliary handle which can be mounted on either side

Specification:

- Max No-load speed (rpm):

- Gear 1: 440

- Gear 2: 1650

- Impact rate (bpm): 26400

- Max. torque (Nm): 40

- Max. chuck capacity (mm): 13

- Max. drill diameters (mm):

- in wood 30

- in brick 15

- in steel 13

Good spec for the price.
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9m, 6d agoFound 9 months, 6 days ago
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#1
Decent quality especially for the price. Bought two, because I wanted two batteries. So a decent li-ion drill with 2 batteries, a spare drill and a good warranty for under £80.

The Parkside electric screwdriver I bought a couple of years back is great. Lithium battery and no discernable difference in quality compared to your everyday Bosch electric screwdriver, just a lot cheaper.
#2
also have one of these excellent drill for the money. not sure how it would be for trade use but casual diy jobs mines lasted about 3 years so far.
#3
none in my local Lidl, got a soldering iron and work trousers though.
#4
the 1500w SDS plus drill from a while back was better value

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