TESCO CORDLESS DRILL SET 14VOLT L-Ion Amazing Price £20.00 @ Ebay/Tesco - HotUKDeals
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The Tesco 14 Volt drill is a compact tool with carry case and charger it is ideal for jobs away from home. Complete with charger and soft grip handle to reduce vibration and fatigue. 10mm Keyless chuck for quick and easy bit changing Lithium Ion Battery 3 -5 hours charge time
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money786
What drill bits are recommended for this drill?


If you're asking that, do you think you should be drilling holes in stuff?

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1 Like #1
I do a lot of building work and at this price for a l-ion drill, I bought 3 as it's normally £35 minimum. Thought I would share.
#2
Thanks for the heads up - bought one.
#3
Thank you, ordered 1
#4
Not brilliant but I've got three similar. Use one for pilot holes, one to bore out and a third to drive the screws in. Much quicker than changing bits
1 Like #5
3 - 5 hour charging time puts me off.
#6
What drill bits are recommended for this drill?
#7
ADD £14.01 if you live in Northern Ireland, I imagine similar if you live further out in the UK
#8
hncsys
ADD £14.01 if you live in Northern Ireland, I imagine similar if you live further out in the UK

Where does it say that in the sale ?
#9
Thanks Good price.
#10
ordered thanks
5 Likes #11
money786
What drill bits are recommended for this drill?


If you're asking that, do you think you should be drilling holes in stuff?
#12
Thanks tdogg, brought one.
regards.
#13
how is this in comparison with bosch/makita etc?

need it for house work only. not a pro or a builder
#14
40 sold since i posted last night. Still plenty of stock by the look of it.
#15
so tdogg, how good is it then compared to other drills?
#16
You're costing me a fortune; just bought another; Thanks though !
#17
The Batterys got to be worth the price !
#18
capricornianz
how is this in comparison with bosch/makita etc?

need it for house work only. not a pro or a builder


There's no comparison between this and a Makita. Think Hyundai versus Mercedes. These are probably fine for the odd bit of DIY but will be nowhere near the quality of a Makita. Bosch is a better DIY brand though they aren't as good as they used to be.
#19
capricornianz
so tdogg, how good is it then compared to other drills?

haven't recieved yet, but most all l-ion drills that i have bought have been pretty good. Have to wait and see
#20
This or the Fatmax at Homebase?
banned 1 Like #21
money786
What drill bits are recommended for this drill?

any but not sds type and not too long.

edit :and not more than 10mm dia.


Edited By: 4cx250f on Jun 20, 2014 15:04: size
#22
Useless tool.

Hot for price only!!
#23
YouDontWantToKnow
Useless tool.

Hot for price only!!

Why is it useless; Ive got its non li-ion brother & its been fab for 10yrs only the batteries let me down.
#24
YouDontWantToKnow
Useless tool.

Hot for price only!!

It's getting personal! :D
#25
4cx250f
money786
What drill bits are recommended for this drill?

any but not sds type and not too long.

edit :and not more than 10mm dia.


Thanks, would these bits be OK?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B002UHKARY?cache=fd947f625c8ecf6873a2fbf8c72ebb78&pi=SY200_QL40&qid=1403275750&sr=8-1#ref=mp_s_a_1_1
#26
pioneerlogic
YouDontWantToKnow
Useless tool.

Hot for price only!!
Why is it useless; Ive got its non li-ion brother & its been fab for 10yrs only the batteries let me down.

buy this and buy yourself and buy an 18v or corded and try them out. 14v is for woof and plaster only. Useless tool for anything else
#27
pioneerlogic
YouDontWantToKnow
Useless tool.

Hot for price only!!
Why is it useless; Ive got its non li-ion brother & its been fab for 10yrs only the batteries let me down.

buy this and buy yourself and buy an 18v or corded and try them out. 14v is for woof and plaster only. Useless tool for anything else
#28
pioneerlogic
The Batterys got to be worth the price !
my thinking aswell so got 2
1 Like #29
I think it will be fine; you see I dont have to drill any Woof & I already have a corded.
#30
DrAcula1
pioneerlogic
The Batterys got to be worth the price !

my thinking aswell so got 2

I think you will find you will be pleasently surprised.
#31
£9 quid postage take it up.
#32
Can someone confirm it(14V) wont drill through walls?

There is always a start to amateur DIY :)
#33
eSimple
Can someone confirm it(14V) wont drill through walls?

There is always a start to amateur DIY :)

Don't BeSimple it all depends what your walls are made of! {Username Joke}
#34
Bought! Not sure how good it will be but for that price I'll give it a go.
#35
eSimple
Can someone confirm it(14V) wont drill through walls?

There is always a start to amateur DIY :)

It will not do a good job of concrete or brick. If it does do it expect to have you charge. the batteries after each hole.
banned#36
money786
4cx250f
money786
What drill bits are recommended for this drill?

any but not sds type and not too long.



edit :and not more than 10mm dia.




Thanks, would these bits be OK?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B002UHKARY?cache=fd947f625c8ecf6873a2fbf8c72ebb78&pi=SY200_QL40&qid=1403275750&sr=8-1#ref=mp_s_a_1_1

Yes perfect.
#37
YouDontWantToKnow
[quote=eSimple] Can someone confirm it(14V) wont drill through walls?

There is always a start to amateur DIY :)

It will not do a good job of concrete or brick. If it does do it expect to have you charge. the batteries after each hole.[/quote

Translation into English anyone
#38
If any of you are into car detailing, this would make a good sun-gun / swirl spotter.

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#39
£14.01 P&P!!! What is it packed in, fivers?
#40
Had one for ages and love it, great purchase at full price. Have a makita too, as a DIY'er I was impressed and use it for the messier stuff.

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