Silverline Silverstorm 18V Combi Hammer Drill with 2 batteries and case £43.47 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Silverline Silverstorm 18V Combi Hammer Drill with 2 batteries and case £43.47 @ Amazon

£43.47 @ Amazon
I believe if you register the drill at Silverline's web site the warranty is extended to 3yrs * 21 Torque control settings * Battery level indicator * Two speed gearbox * 2 x 1.5…
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[mod] 7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
I believe if you register the drill at Silverline's web site the warranty is extended to 3yrs

* 21 Torque control settings
* Battery level indicator
* Two speed gearbox
* 2 x 1.5AhBatteries
* Complete with carry case
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[mod]#1
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#2
garbage456
isnt this a cheap brand name?


It sure is. I wouldnt touch any Silverline products with a bargepole.
#3
My experience of Silverline is pretty extensive insomuchas I have had quite a lot of their stuff.

You will be taking a bit of a gamble with this. Probably no better than Draper.

It really isn't worth getting cheap & nasty cordless drill/drivers. Usually FAR more trouble than they are worth.

But you could be lucky!

Ryobi should be as cheap as you go IMHO
[mod]#4
I too have lots of Silverline tools and rate them fine for DIY This is a combi Hammer drill.

With 3yrs warranty you cant go far wrong and buying through Amazon means easy return if you dont like what you get.

I have a couple of cheap no name drill drivers that I have used for more than 3yrs and are still giving good service even when abused.
#5
Not so sure that this is such a good deal either.

THIS 24v model might be better VFM. @ £50.51

http://www.transtools.co.uk/store/images/uploads/633590.jpg
#6
garbage456
be better off getting lithium batteries really i think, also isnt this a cheap brand name?

Get real! A lithium battery alone will cost way more than this. Yes, they are much better but difficult to justify for DIY use.

With two batteries this has got to be worth a punt at the price for ocassional use.
[mod]#7
That orange 24v one is available from Amazon for £46.81 though I am a bit wary that the drill starts to get too bulky and heavy when the battery pack gets to 24V for frequent use
#8
garbage456
whats the point of spending £40 for it (a) not be able to drill into masonary, (b) dies within a little while and end up buying another one?

this is much better just a few pounds more, and it doesnt matter that this one is 14.4 because it is equivalent of a more higher power.

http://www.diy.com/diy/jsp/bq/nav.jsp?action=detail&fh_secondid=10256483&ecamp=trf-005&CAWELAID=279375424


might actually get one of these like the idea of it not losing its charge which is a hasstle as battery is always dead when you need it!
#9
Wouldn't it have been better to get a blackndecker for £50, granted it's only got 2x 1.2NiCad and is not suitable for really heavy stuff (only goes 10mm into metal)? But still a better deal, no? And would they not have learnt a few things from DeWalt?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/539814/black-and-decker-18v-cordless-hamme
#10
Jellybeans;7126692
Wouldn't it have been better to get a blackndecker for £50, granted it's only got 2x 1.2NiCad and is not suitable for really heavy stuff (only goes 10mm into metal)? But still a better deal, no? And would they not have learnt a few things from DeWalt?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/539814/black-and-decker-18v-cordless-hamme

Or HERE for £44.00 (If they are available)
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[CENTER]14.4V keyless handheld screwdriver with carry case.
2 speed drill up to 1400 rpm.
24 torque settings.
20 drill bits and accessories included.
6 hour charging time and charge indicator (battery included).
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee. [/CENTER]

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