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Ryobi 12v Drill only £17.12 @ Screwfix

£17.12 @ Screwfix
There is no excuse to buy a cheapo drill anymore. Get a decent Ryobi drill for only £17.12!! OK has a 3Hr charge but this is a blindin' deal! Powerful 12V Drill / Driver with soft-touch, non-sli…
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
There is no excuse to buy a cheapo drill anymore. Get a decent Ryobi drill for only £17.12!!
OK has a 3Hr charge but this is a blindin' deal!

Powerful 12V Drill / Driver with soft-touch, non-slip coating and bit storage for added convenience. 10mm keyless chuck and electric brake. Includes built-in spirit level and carry case.

* 12V
* Variable Speed & Reverse
* 2 x 1.3Ah Ni-Cd Batteries
* 3hr Charger
* 24 Torque Settings

Buy! Buy! Buy! Great stocking item for that handyman. If I never had all my Makita kit I'd definitely buy one!
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#1
All sold out though :(

Mike..
#2
Quote No: 20676
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£17.12
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Cold I'm afraid if no stock!!
#3
Doh, didn't spot that bit! Was on yesterday!
#4
good deal but out of stock :(
#5
nice bit o kit
suspended#6
hey folks, moving into a new flat soon and was wanting to get myself kitted out with basic stuff... is this fairly decent for a cheap drill or is it even worth the bother?
#7
jpjenkins;3715013
hey folks, moving into a new flat soon and was wanting to get myself kitted out with basic stuff... is this fairly decent for a cheap drill or is it even worth the bother?

silverline, challenge, ryobi etc are good for rare usage. if a frequent diy'er splash out on a black and decker/dewalt.
#8
Nonsense Black & Decker are no better than ryobi. I agree though that Siverline & Challange are hardly worth bothering with.

Ryobi, Black & Decker and Bosh all make a reasonable quality range for DIY. They are quite usable for the typical home jobs of putting shelves up etc. Although I would personally go for the 18v designs if you plan on using the hammer action to drill holes in walls.

If you want something that professional standard you have to go for the expensive lines like Matika, Bosh Professional or Dewalt.

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