Ryobi One+ CHI-1802L/BG Dri18V Li-ion Cordless Combi drill was £149.99 now £79.86 (+quidco 6%) @ Screwfix - HotUKDeals
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Ryobi One+ Tools can be used with any Ryobi One+ battery, from ultra performance Lithium-ion to economy Ni-Cd batteries. This powerful Combi Drill features clutch override for quick mode changes, 24 torque settings and 13mm keyless chuck for efficient control. It is supplied with a Lithium-ion battery which has three advantages over the Ni-Cd version: greater capacity, 20% less weight and no power fade. The supplied supercharger is suitable for both Lithium-ion and Ni-Cd batteries. This Drill comes with a 1 year warranty and help is available at Screwfix on 0500 414141.
1 x 2.0Ah Li-Ion Battery
1hr Charger
13mm Keyless Chuck
24 Torque Settings
Electric Brake
Automatic Spindle Lock
Soft-Grip Handle
CHI-1802L/BG, 1 x 18V 2.0Ah lithium-ion battery, super charger, 2 x screwdriver bits, hex adaptor, depth stop, auxiliary handle and tool bag.
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ok, ok ,ok......i know its not as good as bosch, de walt, makita etc.....but this deal is the same price as a Li-ion battery! + the chargers aren't too cheap either.

This is a perfect drill for the keen DIYer. The Li-ion battery is very fast to charge, does not lose its charge when stored and lasts for a long time before needing recharged.
looks hot to me! My B&Q cordless is beginning to show it's age so this might be a perfect replacement :-D

Or the 24v hammer drill at aldi looks a tempter as well....
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Nah get the Li-Ion one will be alot better, only downside is only one battery.

Ive got a 18v McAllister Li-On drill from B+Q its great getting the drill out and being full of power instead of having to charge like the old type as the power has gone :thumbsup:
cheers deanos - sounds like good advice :-D

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