Ryobi cordless Lithium 18v Hammer drill £68 @ B&Q was £98.98 - HotUKDeals
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A good hammer 18v drill with 2 Lithium batteries and charger. The batteries alone cost around £50 on amazon. For this price just use the 20% members club voucher instore
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#1
bargain.

The voucher can be found in store?

Edited By: worthinger on Sep 29, 2012 20:20
#2
You need to register on B&Q website, and print off your voucher. Be quick though as it runs out tomorrow!
#4
so the voucher gives 20% off? email says nothing about it
banned#5
Good deal.... quality kit
1 Like #6
Yes 20% off this weekend
#7
Specs on drill

Weight (kg): 3.1

Brand: Ryobi

Colour: Green

Safety Cut Out: No

Hammer (Y/N): Yes

Keyless/Keyed Chuck: Keyless

VOC level: Minimal

Warranty/guarantee: Guarantee

Warranty/guarantee details: 2 year guarantee

Manuf part no: 5133001774

No. of Drill Speeds: 2

Power (Volts): 18

Category: Cordless

Corded/Cordless: Cordless

Drill Depth - Masonary (mm): 13

Drill Depth - Metal (mm): 13

Drill Depth - Wood (mm): 50

Category: Combination Drills
additional information

Supplied with 2 batteries
Quick adjustment 24 torque settings for screwdriving applications
Independent mode selector for quick application change
2 speed ranges for high speed drilling and high torque screwdriving
High power 18v motor for high torque applications (40nm)
Over mould for improved grip and reduced vibration
#8
Bought same brand from B&Q, after a while batteries dont keep a charge.
#9
Damn hot
#10
shug119
Bought same brand from B&Q, after a while batteries dont keep a charge.

Comes with 2 year warranty
#11
flopstocks
shug119
Bought same brand from B&Q, after a while batteries dont keep a charge.


Comes with 2 year warranty

I wonder if the batteries have 2 year warranty as well as often batteries aren't covered for as long... excellent if they are though.
#12
I brought the boschversion of this drill with more speed settings, electronic stop,guidelight 18/12 ago (but no aluminium gears -this does not have it too) http://www.diy.com/nav/fix/power-tools/drilling-screwdriving/drilling/cordless/-specificproducttype-combination_drills/Bosch-18v-Li-Combi-Drill-2-Batteries-11227751 -it was basically better at the same price as this deal!

I would see if the discount can be applied to a makita or bosch drill; otherwise wait for a better deal than this
2 Likes #13
shug119
Bought same brand from B&Q, after a while batteries dont keep a charge.

The Ryobi Ni-cad batteries do tend to have that problem but the Li-ions don't in my experience
#14
I presume these batteries are just ni-cd, as it doesn't quote otherwise? My current ryobi was rendered useless as both batteries failed and won't hold charge. Its not had heavy use.

Would never buy nicd again, altho I like ryobi.
#15
No they are lithium!
#16
As a bonus they can also be used in any Ryobi one+ tool!


Edited By: flopstocks on Sep 30, 2012 10:00: typing
#17
spannerzone
flopstocks
shug119
Bought same brand from B&Q, after a while batteries dont keep a charge.
Comes with 2 year warranty
I wonder if the batteries have 2 year warranty as well as often batteries aren't covered for as long... excellent if they are though.

I would love to be proved wrong in this case (as I might buy), but in my experience batteries are usually only covered for 6 months or so and not as long as any headline guarantee period, e.g. 2 years.
#18
Hitachi 18v combi drill available for 80£ with member discount @b&q I store.
would buy this one,
This has very good reviews.
Hitachi DV18DCL2 18V 1.5Ah Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill


Powerful yet lightweight, high-torque combi drill with rapid hammer action. Well-built and hardwearing, with fan-cooled motor and comfortable, soft-grip handle, along with lightweight Li-ion batteries giving long operating time between quick charges. Supplied with carry case.
2 x 1.5Ah Li-ion Batteries
2-Speed Variable
1hr Charger
13mm Keyless Chuck
22 Torque Settings
Fan-Cooled Motor
Electric Brake
Soft-Grip Handle
Product contents:
DV18DCL2, 2 x batteries, charger, double-ended screwdriver bit, instruction manual, carry case.
Further Information
Max. drilling capacity in masonry 13mm, wood 38mm, steel 13mm. Max. torque 43Nm. Overall length 405mm. Weight 1.7kg.
Specifications
Battery Type
Li-lon
Brand
Hitachi
Capacity Steel
13 mm
Capacity Wood
38 mm
Carrying Facility
Carry Case
Charge Time
1 hr
Chuck Capacity
13mm
Chuck Type
Keyless
Model No
DV18DCL2/JR
No Load Speed
0-400 / 0-1500rpm
No. of Batteries Per Pack
2
No. Torque Setting
22
Power Voltage Supply
18 V
Weight Excluding Batteries
1 Like #19
JayDubya
I presume these batteries are just ni-cd, as it doesn't quote otherwise? My current ryobi was rendered useless as both batteries failed and won't hold charge. Its not had heavy use.

Would never buy nicd again, altho I like ryobi.

No they are lithium - I bought this drill yesterday as I mentioned in this thread

Also there's a big clue in the fact that the word 'Lithium' is plastered all over the batteries on the picture on B&Qs website listing


flopstocks
As a bouus they can also be used in any Ryobi one+ tool!

That's one of the reasons I got it too.
#20
Just checked with a store, the 20% discount cannot be used in conjunction with another offer. The Ryobi items already have 15% off so you can't use the 20% members' discount to get this offer :-(
#21
trustno1
Just checked with a store, the 20% discount cannot be used in conjunction with another offer. The Ryobi items already have 15% off so you can't use the 20% members' discount to get this offer :-(

The B&Q home page says 20 % of in addition to all existing deals. So the store you checked with is wrong. I also bought a Garden blower/vac which already had 20% off and had the lady at the checkout apply an addition 20% off.



Edited By: gob9999 on Sep 30, 2012 10:45
#22
trustno1
Just checked with a store, the 20% discount cannot be used in conjunction with another offer. The Ryobi items already have 15% off so you can't use the 20% members' discount to get this offer :-(

I got one yesterday with the 20% off in addition to the 15% off Ryobi tools, it came to £67.98
#23
The B&Q home page says 20 % of in addition to all existing deals. So the store you checked with is wrong. I also bought a Garden blower/vac which already had 20% off and had the lady at the checkout apply an addition 20% off.

If that's the case I apologise! Just going by what the store said on the phone. Fuming wiht them now!!!
#24
The Hitachi, posted above, is a much better deal. A different class of tool. I beleive that you can register the Hitachi on-line, and that extends the warranty to 3 years.
#25
shug119
Bought same brand from B&Q, after a while batteries dont keep a charge.
That's a worry. Was this a Li ion battery?

My first Black & Decker 12V Ni Cad batteries lasted over 5 years on a drill that was used regularly. Even at the end, they were useable to some extent.
Then came a Wickes branded drill where the battery failed in 6 months.
The Bosch 18v that replaced it has batteries which have become totally useless in about 3 years. They don't even last long enough to drill a couple of holes. I don't know if the 1 hour charger contributes to this inferior performance measured against the Black & Decker.

Currently have a Bosch Li ion.
This Ryobi price is so attractive that it could make a good second to avoid changing from drill to screwdriver bits so frequently. If the batteries last.
#26
Well i've got ONE they seem to B selling fast @ Leicester Branch ;)
#27
I had a couple of Bosch drills & the batteries lasted a few years, however I decided to go "up market" & paid a lot more for an AEG drill. Big mistake, the batteries did not make a year. So much for dearer & so called top brand, AEG never again.

Edited By: HOTPOT on Sep 30, 2012 11:39
#28
Anyone got a link to the Hitachi DV18DCL2. I can't find it on the B&Q website. I can only find it on Screwfix site.
#29
Do you need some sort of printable voucher as I just signed up but didn't receive anything via email?
#30
I got the Bosch PSB 18v Li Combi Drill (+2 Batteries) one yesterday £79.98. Not used it yet but very good price for the money seems well built time will tell about the batteries 2 year warranty as well.
#31
Please recheck as i have checked online and the "Ryobi One Plus Combi Hammer Drill" for £63.73 has only ONE battery, the same model with TWO batteries is £84.98.
#32
Cheers. Just picked up one at Southampton Nursling for £67.98! Only one left after I'd bought mine.
Many other RYOBI Deals though. 15% already discounted plus 20% B & Q club, so 35% cant be bad!

Edited By: hotrod77 on Sep 30, 2012 13:16
#33
graym3546
Do you need some sort of printable voucher as I just signed up but didn't receive anything via email?
you should receive membership code which need to printed off to show them or quote your number
#34
Soundless
Anyone got a link to the Hitachi DV18DCL2. I can't find it on the B&Q website. I can only find it on Screwfix site.
Only available intore
#35
Soundless
Anyone got a link to the Hitachi DV18DCL2. I can't find it on the B&Q website. I can only find it on Screwfix site.
Instore only, not online.
#36
bought one of these yesterday in Coventry for 68. Seems a good deal...
#37
I bought this today from Slough branch and there was no problem using the additional 20% club member discount :-)
Agree with posters who say that Bosch / Hitachi are better equipment, but I've got One+ cordless garden tools which only Ryobi seem to make, and I was after lithium batteries to replace the pants NiCad ones that the tools originally shipped with and this was the cheapest way to get these. I already have a Dewalt 18V drill so will keep this one as a spare or use as a door stopper or whatever! The NiCad ones even from new would not retain charge after being fully charged and shelved for a few weeks - interestingly Dewalt brand NiCad batteries never seem to lose charge at quite the same rate as the Ryobis but hoping for better performance out of the Li-ions.
#38
Im gutted i missed this deal, i would have bought a few just for the batteries
#39
I've got various One+ stuff including this drill and am happy with them.

If you keep the batteries topped up you're fine I'd say. I've abused some of my NiCD batteries generally and after a good few years they have got knackered, thus getting this.
Not quite as torquey as the cheap 24v drills I've had, but they've lasted a lot longer - taking a good lot of years of (ab)use and still going.

Too late now for others, but quidco through reserve and collect too.
#40
Deal2780
Soundless
Anyone got a link to the Hitachi DV18DCL2. I can't find it on the B&Q website. I can only find it on Screwfix site.
Only available intore

Thanks Perfect = Got one !!

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