Sainburys instore..Draper 3.6v Lithium-ion cordless screwdriver kit, was £34.99 Now £8.75 - HotUKDeals
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INSTORE ONLY...........Bargain price for Lithium-ion technology!!!!.... Got one today to chuck in the cuboard ready for use, Had about 12 instock.... Tiny little thing for those tight spaces...... Not sure if this is a national deal, It's in the sale aisle while stocks last.
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#1
Think I'll give up tying to add a big picture, Shows two comments but i can't see em ????:oops:


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#2
Will look, thanks.
#3
cool but are they rechargable
#4
ppoze
cool but are they rechargable


lithium-ion batteries are rechargable yes. I believe these are the better batteries then conventional rechargable batteries (from reading the sticker :D)
#5
ppoze cool but are they rechargeable

Yeah they are rechargeable hence lithium-ion :whistling:
suspended#6
Not very powerful. Wouldn't pay 35 quid for this but ill av a look in sainsbury tomorrow as 8.75 is a fair price
Voted hot :)
suspended#7
What store was this in OP?
#8
Yes these are rechargable, you get in the box, Screwdriver, 6 long bits (possi, hex, flat) and a charger......
Lithium batteries are the best technology for power tools as they can be charged regargless of power in them, Unlike others that can only (recomended) be charged when flat.....
#9
jonny619447
Not very powerful. Wouldn't pay 35 quid for this but ill av a look in sainsbury tomorrow as 8.75 is a fair price
Voted hot :)


I cant comment on this particular one, but I disagree about a 3.6v LIon battery not being powerful enough. I have a Bosch 3.6v and it will almost rip your wrist off if you dont have a tight grip. These are geared for torque, so might not have the same voltage as a 12V drill but have plenty more grunt.

Sorry dont want to argue with you, but a 3.6v Lion screwdriver is more than adequate for DIY jobs around the house. I agree its not worth £35 as it seems to be draper value range, but worth around £15-20. I paid £26 for my bosch one on sale. Bargain for this, I may buy another as they are truly invaluable, especially when making flatpack furniture.
#10
jonny619447
What store was this in OP?


Ipswich.....
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devils_advicate
I cant comment on this particular one, but I disagree about a 3.6v LIon battery not being powerful enough. I have a Bosch 3.6v and it will almost rip your wrist off


That's what I did with this Draper one, lol, just to see how powerfull it was..........I couldn't stop it!!!!!
#12
These are pretty good. They are re-badged by various brands. They are about 4-5N/m f torque so will easily assemble flat pack furniture. Only one speed though so you have to get used to driving in screws at full rpm. Helps to pulse it.
suspended 1 Like #13
devils_advicate
I cant comment on this particular one, but I disagree about a 3.6v LIon battery not being powerful enough. I have a Bosch 3.6v and it will almost rip your wrist off if you dont have a tight grip. These are geared for torque, so might not have the same voltage as a 12V drill but have plenty more grunt.

Sorry dont want to argue with you, but a 3.6v Lion screwdriver is more than adequate for DIY jobs around the house. I agree its not worth £35 as it seems to be draper value range, but worth around £15-20. I paid £26 for my bosch one on sale. Bargain for this, I may buy another as they are truly invaluable, especially when making flatpack furniture.


Your not arguing, its a fair comment. I will check my sainsbury later. Prob no joy tho, thats just me luck :)
#14
Reading calcot had these.
hths
#15
I got something similar in Tesco for £5 after Christmas about three years ago. They are fantastic for quick small diy jobs round the house; I keep one in the kitchen as I couldn't be bothered to go out to the garage to get my mains power drill just to open battery compartments on kids toys, tighten kitchen cupboard doors (not kid's swings!) or put flatpack stuff together. Absolute bargain and you'll regret not buying two (as I did) when putting up large flatpacks with different screw heads or drilling pilot holes. Worth a thought if you're intending to visit IKEA soon.
#16
thanks. lots of them left in Ipswich.
#17
none in hayes
#18
none Edinburgh, store next to Ikea.
#19
I will have a check in Darnley Sainsburys in Glasgow, its right across from my house.

Sounds okay for the price, its good if you for example build computers or need it to build flat pack furniture. Doesn't seem to have a lot of bits/attachments whatever they are called. I have a manual kit and its got 32.

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