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Ryobi 14.4v Cordless Drilling Twin Pack £49.98 at B&Q

£49.98 @ B&Q
Offer for 4 days only from Friday 18th to Monday 21st June 2 separate Drills Advert printed in todays Sun can't see anything on website yet I think this is a really good offer for these 2 drills…
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Offer for 4 days only from Friday 18th to Monday 21st June 2 separate Drills

Advert printed in todays Sun can't see anything on website yet

I think this is a really good offer for these 2 drills plus 2 batteries and charger, one battery would cost you £25-£30

14.4v combi drill, hammer function to for drilling holes into masonry
14.4v drill driver, for screwdriving & drilling applications
Includes 2x 1.5Ah batteries, charger and carry case
13mm chuck enables large drill bits to be used
Quick adjustment 24 torque settings

Weight (kg): 2.3
Brand: Ryobi
Safety Cut Out: No
Hammer (Y/N): Yes
Keyless/Keyed Chuck: Keyless
Warranty/guarantee: Warranty
Warranty/guarantee details: 2 Years
WEEE Requirements: Elec & Electronic Tools
Model No.: PT50416498-DS
No. of Drill Speeds: 2
Category: Cordless
Corded/Cordless: Cordless
Drill Depth - Masonary (mm): 13
Drill Depth - Metal (mm): 13
Drill Depth - Wood (mm): 32
Category: Hammer Drills
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#1
used and abused these for nearly 2 years at work
have lived in my shed to use around the house for another 2 years
still going strong
bargain
#2
could you use these to drill through ceramic tiles? for fitting a bathroom suite etc?
#4
landofdan
could you use these to drill through ceramic tiles? for fitting a bathroom suite etc?


Yes, shouldn't be a problem with the correct bit.

I bought these earlier this year from B&Q on a similar offer and am very happy with them. :thumbsup:

Hot deal.
#5
The deal is visible on their website. Search for item number 4892210109606. The specs don't indicate if the batteries are NiCd or Li-ion based ;-)
#6
Re ceramic tiles... It is more about the drill bit than the drill... a nice sharp one will do the job :thumbsup:
#7
nukeman;8864418
The deal is visible on their website. Search for item number 4892210109606. The specs don't indicate if the batteries are NiCd or Li-ion based ;-)

That price will def be Ni Cad

I too would reccomend these as a VERY good cheapish drill set.

I have TWO Ryobi 14.4v sets and five batteries (Don't ask) and they do all I want and have helped me to refurb three properties in the last 5 years inc two large decking jobs, and they are STILL working fine.
#8
Re Ceramic Tiles - I'd recommend getting a glass/tile drill bit. I got one a couple of years ago from Machine Mart only cost around £2 -3. See link below

http://www.machinemart.co.uk/shop/search/filter/glass+tile+bit/type/any/page/1
#9
couple of questions for the pros here..
1) why would one need separate hammer and non hammer one? Would this be better (functionality wise) than one which can do both?

2) Ryobi brand..would you put this above Black and Decker? Bosch? Site? Makita?
#10
could you use these to drill through ceramic tiles? for fitting a bathroom suite etc?


When you drill through tiles use a sharp drill and put a piece of masking tape over the spot you are drilling. It stops the glaze cracking. Worth practicing your technique on some waste tiles beforehand.
#11
Inquisitor
couple of questions for the pros here..
1) why would one need separate hammer and non hammer one? Would this be better (functionality wise) than one which can do both?

2) Ryobi brand..would you put this above Black and Decker? Bosch? Site? Makita?


1, Usually a non hammer one will be a bit smaller, that's it's only real advantage.

2, Ryobi stuff is decent. Personally I would rate it well above Black and Decker, slightly above the green range of Bosch, I've never used any Site stuff but Makita is better.
#12
Excellent, missed out on the Bosch hammer drill deal. Just got a new flat, so these will be perfect for the little jobs around the place.
#13
Inquisitor
couple of questions for the pros here..
1) why would one need separate hammer and non hammer one? Would this be better (functionality wise) than one which can do both?


It's much faster with two drills for most jobs: one is loaded with a drill bit for pilot holes and one loaded with a screwdriver bit. Save's keep swapping bits all the time. :thumbsup:
#14
What screwdriver bits does anyone recommend? (from B&Q, to make it easier), or does it come with any already?
#15
can you get holster type drill belts, so i can pretend im a cowboy.
#16
I was just about to buy some repalcement Ni-Cad batteries for my 7-year old Ryobi - they're £25 a pop, so this is a steal for great quality kit. As pointed out, it's very handy with woodwork to have one setup to drill pilot holes and another to drive the screw.

Heat and rep added - a top spot - many thanks,
John
#17
ro55o
What screwdriver bits does anyone recommend? (from B&Q, to make it easier), or does it come with any already?


I bought this boxed set from B&Q a few months back, it came with two bit holders, two PH2 star and two 7/32 flat screwdriver bits. These were in a small plastic bag beside the instructions, in a compartment within the toolbag. :thumbsup:
#18
landofdan
can you get holster type drill belts, so i can pretend im a cowboy.



Plenty Cowboys out there already :-D
#19
davenfish;8862559
used and abused these for nearly 2 years at work
have lived in my shed to use around the house for another 2 years
still going strong
bargain

you lived in a shed?
#20
matdey;8864419
Re ceramic tiles... It is more about the drill bit than the drill... a nice sharp one will do the job :thumbsup:

agreed...dont use hammer function with bits fot metal lol!
#21
royals
you lived in a shed?


have been known to drive a shed too !!!
#22
Another vote for Ryobi kit.

Good quality and I saw my exact same Ryobi electric blower being used by the Ferrari F1 team in Monaco on the tv. Looked like the pit crew were using it to clear the pit area under the tyres of the car. Only difference was they had it liveried up in Ferrari colours but it was deffo a Ryobi like mine.
I was quite chuffed.

If it's good enough for F1 then it's good enough for my drive. :thumbsup:
#23
I bought these exact drills from a deal on here last year- they were the same price but there was a voucher taking them down to about £40. Best £40 I ever spent, these are great drills. Wee spirit level on each and an led which shines at your drilling 'target' which really helps for those awkward places. Tiling my bathroom as we speak and these go through travertine beautifully. Will be fine on ceramics too.
#24
Just picked mine up, very pleased. Thanks so much for taking the time to share.
#25
Thanks very much to the OP, picked these up today. Haven't opened them yet but played with a demo one and it seemed good quality and judging by the feedback here they're all good :thumbsup:
#26
just reserved one - not v good with diy, but NEED tools! is there a trick to use as scewdriver?

thanks for share

P :)
#27
pill
just reserved one - not v good with diy, but NEED tools! is there a trick to use as scewdriver?

thanks for share

P :)


Put a screw bit in rather than a drill bit?

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