Parkside SDS hammer drill for just £39.99 at Lidl from Monday 12 May. - HotUKDeals
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Excellent value for an SDS hammer drill with Lidl/Parkside reputation for quality backed up by a 3 year warranty.

Includes tools and spares too!

Details:
Pneumatic hammer drill with high impact strength for powerful drilling and chiselling in concrete, stone, metal or wood
Keyless drill chuck with quick-release SDS-plus system
With integrated chisel function and variable electronic rotation speed control
Handle rotates through 360°
Includes pointed chisel, flat chisel (both 250mm), 3 drills, depth stop, 50g of special lubrication grease, quick-release chuck for shank drills
Supplied in a practical storage case
Specifications
- Impact strength (joule): 3.0
- Impact rate (bpm): 0 - 5300
- No-load rotation speed (rpm): 0 - 980
- Max. drilling diameters (mm):
- Concrete & Stone: 26
- Metal: 13
- Wood: 32
3 year manufacturer's warranty
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#1
Seems quite cheap for one with no rotation, can anyone confirm these are any good?
[helper]#2
Thanks for posting, image added :)
#3
Lidl tools are usually pretty good, I've had a few. Don't need this as I got the worx one but I may get the drill bits.
#4
I have one of these. I got it when they were last on sale. They're excellent. I used it last week to drill holes for a bracket. Will need to use it next week to fix hinges fit a garden gate.
#5
Had a park side sander from them that was very powerful so this should be good.
#6
Just realised it also comes with 5 bits and a chuck for normal drill bits, seems a bargain TBH and has a 3 year warranty.
#7
Roger_Irrelevant
Seems quite cheap for one with no rotation, can anyone confirm these are any good?

Yes, got one of these last year. Superb item. Used the the chisel action to take out an old conreted fireplace, chase out for electric cables/boxes as well as loads of normal drilling using the hammer action. Its also a lot lighter than most cheap'ish SDS drills. Highly recommended.
#8
the guy in the picture has gone a bit OTT on the PPE don't you think?
#9
cheappriceburns
the guy in the picture has gone a bit OTT on the PPE don't you think?

Probably scared they'll get sued by some numptie that breathes in a bit of dust.
1 Like #10
I also got one of these a year ago. Have used it extensively for lots of drilling and chiselling jobs and have found that it works as well as the more expensive ones on offer elsewhere. However it did stop working recently while I was breaking concrete ( think i over did it, was six inches thick) but I simply sent Lidl an email and they sent a UPS label and arranged collection for repair. A brand new one came back via UPS six days later. Would recommend to anyone considering buying an sds drill.
#11
I managed a series of store refits for Lidl a few years ago. We used these on site and they were great bits of kit for the cash. We even managed to drill the tiled floors in store which are quite literally bullet proof.
#12
colin1961
Yes, got one of these last year. Superb item. Used the the chisel action to take out an old conreted fireplace, chase out for electric cables/boxes as well as loads of normal drilling using the hammer action. Its also a lot lighter than most cheap'ish SDS drills. Highly recommended.

Cheers, I've just taken up a path that had about a 4" cement base, took ages with a lump hammer/chisel and a big pick (the type Navvies used to use) Could a drill like this have done that? I thought it would have needed a big concrete breaker thing, but I don't know how much chiselling power these SDS drills put out.
#13
Roger_Irrelevant
colin1961
Yes, got one of these last year. Superb item. Used the the chisel action to take out an old conreted fireplace, chase out for electric cables/boxes as well as loads of normal drilling using the hammer action. Its also a lot lighter than most cheap'ish SDS drills. Highly recommended.

Cheers, I've just taken up a path that had about a 4" cement base, took ages with a lump hammer/chisel and a big pick (the type Navvies used to use) Could a drill like this have done that? I thought it would have needed a big concrete breaker thing, but I don't know how much chiselling power these SDS drills put out.

4" inch thick is probably a bit much for an sds drill, depending on how 'strong' the concrete base was. It may have been enough to split/crack it to allow easier removal, but a kango may have been needed.
#14
Just been in and got the drill bits, look good for £8. Didn't get the large set, can't see myself needing a 24" deep hole any time soon oO

The drill also looked pretty good, wondering if its worth getting rid of the worx one and getting this instead? £10 more than I paid for the worx but this has much higher joules and higher drilling diameters too.
1 Like #15
Bought the long set of drill bits earlier today, nice addition to my standard length bits. Should allow me to get through the entire wall of the house.
They also had a SDS Core drill which seemed decent and would have been perfect if they did it in any size other than 68mm - could have done with one for a 32mm waste pipe for my shower room refurb to take it out the wall. Looks like I am going to be doing some shonky stitch drilling to get the pipe through.
1 Like #16
tek-monkey
Just been in and got the drill bits, look good for £8. Didn't get the large set, can't see myself needing a 24" deep hole any time soon oO

The drill also looked pretty good, wondering if its worth getting rid of the worx one and getting this instead? £10 more than I paid for the worx but this has much higher joules and higher drilling diameters too.

If I had neither then this one all day long - I have the Worx too from the Homebase deal the other week and not going to be replacing it myself as it does everything I need it to and I think 3 SDS drills in the house would be a bit much LOL.

Adjustable speed control - handy that, the Worx one from Homebase is not very good for paddle mixing as its sort of low speed or the next highest which is too fast when pulling the trigger
1050W vs 650W of the Worx (I think this Lidl Model is the PBH 1100 from looking at the catalogue here - http://www.einhelltools.co.uk/product-list.php?pg1-cid426.html ) - which is what will give it larger diameters/depths of drilling.
Is a 4 way SDS - Hammer only, drill only, hammer and drill, rotating hammer vs 3 way of the Worx
Also comes with the SDS to standard drill bit adapter which is handy for metal and wood bits and would probably run you at least another tenner to buy.

Keep in mind this one is about half the weight again of the Worx at 3.6KG vs 2.3KG.

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