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Workshop Pro 18v Cordless Drill - £10.00

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Description : Be a master DIYer with this Workshop Pro 18v Cordless Drill. Whether you're putting up shelves or repairing cupboard doors, this drill will take the hard work out of home improvements. Its black and red ergonomic design has a 21-torque setting and 10mm keyless chuck.

Features: 18v cordless drill | No load speed of 580rpm | 10mm keyless chuck | 21-torque setting | 5-year guarantee | Colour RED | Safety certificate info CE MARKED | Height 25cm, Length 25cm, Width 8cm | Batteries required & supplied -(18V) | Does it come with a guarantee 5yrs

Product Id 50782954 | Barcode 4893048174323 | Catalogue # 0

i am sure you can get some quidco and can use some vouchers aswel.
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#1
Thanks for this :)
#2
http://www.woolworths.co.uk//product_images/12/98/16/12981653.jpg
#3
5% Quidco too. Thanks advance :)
#4
I'd consider the Lidl cordless drill as an alternative - Park Side or whatever they call them - £16 and you get *two* batteries. They don't have a hammer mode, but aside from that they seem to cover most requirements. Their sanders are also pretty good.
#5
do you have a link for the lidl drill? tried the site cant find!
thanks
#6
[SIZE=2]Tho cheap is cheap, it's always good to have a second drill/driver. [/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]3 Year warranty too.[/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]Must be better than this one that they ALSO do.http://www.woolworths.co.uk//product_images/12/77/56/12775635.jpg[/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]18v still but now £15.00. but get this![/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]IT STATES THAT YOU HAVE TO BUY THE CHARGER SEPARATELY!![/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2](This is probably 'cos the drills knacker easily so that you can replace the drill without having to purchase a new charger???)[/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]They mus cost all of £2.00 to make![/SIZE]
#7
FadeOUT
I'd consider the Lidl cordless drill as an alternative - Park Side or whatever they call them - £16 and you get *two* batteries. They don't have a hammer mode, but aside from that they seem to cover most requirements. Their sanders are also pretty good.


Ive got that one it was £19.99 but has a 2 high capacity 1.5mah battery and 1hr quick charger it does have alot of torque as well far better than the Black and Decker it replaced :)
#8
Not too clued up with DIY stuff, is the woolies drill a screw gun as well?
#9
adam787_1
Not too clued up with DIY stuff, is the woolies drill a screw gun as well?


think so... :)
#10
The Woolworths one does not have a variable speed so its fairly useless for scewing up screws (580rpm)
This one might be better for all round use McKeller 14.4V Cordless Drill
http://www.focusdiy.co.uk/invt/21796
#11
andrew49
The Woolworths one does not have a variable speed so its fairly useless for scewing up screws (580rpm)
This one might be better for all round use McKeller 14.4V Cordless Drill
http://www.focusdiy.co.uk/invt/21796


Thanks for this andrew49 - I asked this earlier today in another thread but recieved the opposite response from meispete who owns one and claims it does have variable speed :?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=46270

What's more, if I was going to pay the extra £4.99 then the 18V one with hammer action appears to be a better bet from focus :)

http://www.focusdiy.co.uk/invt/21797
#12
This drill is variable speed whereby the harder you pull the trigger the faster it spins, but its not a great buy - You get what you pay for. There's no need to order it - they're readily available on the shelves of most Woolies.

The best buy at the moment I've seen is in Netto.

I bought a 24 volt 2 battery 3 hour charge cordless drill from Netto last week - and unlike most drills for £20 it has a brake so the second you let go of the trigger it stops - no last few spins!
#13
meispete
This drill is variable speed whereby the harder you pull the trigger the faster it spins, but its not a great buy - You get what you pay for. There's no need to order it - they're readily available on the shelves of most Woolies.

The best buy at the moment I've seen is in Netto.

I bought a 24 volt 2 battery 3 hour charge cordless drill from Netto last week - and unlike most drills for £20 it has a brake so the second you let go of the trigger it stops - no last few spins!


Oh, and the netto one comes with 13 drill/screw pieces and a case!
#14
The other half bought me an 18v cordless hammer drill from Tesco for Christmas and I must say I'm pretty impressed with the quality. It certainly doesn't feel "cheap" as some of the others do.

It's got hammer action for drilling into concrete and comes with a proper fast charger. It's got variable speed and a 2 speed gearbox. It's even got a spirit level built in for accurate drilling!
#15
AndyToys
It's even got a spirit level built in for accurate drilling!


As does the Woolies one
#16
Don't know if the product specification has changed, but I checked these out today in Woolies.

The 18V model as described in the OP does not have variable speed and so is not really any use as a screwdriver.
There is another model called Workshop (as opposed to Workshop Pro) that costs £12 that does have variable speed but this is only 12V.
http://www.woolworths.co.uk/ww_p2/product/index.jhtml?pid=50559077

I see on the website there is a similar 18V version of the 12V model (as previously posted by rizla01) but the store I went to didn't have one of those so I don't know if it has variable speed - the website doesn't say it does. The cost for this is £15
http://www.woolworths.co.uk/ww_p2/product/index.jhtml?pid=50707656


Edit: I also checked out the focus deals
The 18V hammer drill was not well balanced as the hammer function added an extra inch to the overall length (note that the picture on the website is not of the hammer version)
The 14.4V version was better balanced but obviously less power. I didn't really like the 'feel' of of this model either but interesting to note that they were on a '3 for 2' deal instore (Only the 14.4V version, not the 18V version; some other powertools were also included)
#17
Premier
Don't know if the product specification has changed, but I checked these out today in Woolies.

The 18V model as described in the OP does not have variable speed and so is not really any use as a screwdriver.
There is another model called Workshop (as opposed to Workshop Pro) that costs £12 that does have variable speed but this is only 12V.
http://www.woolworths.co.uk/ww_p2/product/index.jhtml?pid=50559077

I see on the website there is a similar 18V version of the 12V model (as previously posted by rizla01) but the store I went to didn't have one of those so I don't know if it has variable speed - the website doesn't say it does. The cost for this is £15
http://www.woolworths.co.uk/ww_p2/product/index.jhtml?pid=50707656


Edit: I also checked out the focus deals
The 18V hammer drill was not well balanced as the hammer function added an extra inch to the overall length (note that the picture on the website is not of the hammer version)
The 14.4V version was better balanced but obviously less power. I didn't really like the 'feel' of of this model either but interesting to note that they were on a '3 for 2' deal instore (Only the 14.4V version, not the 18V version; some other powertools were also included)


Hate to say that you're wrong, but I have the drill posted at home and it does have variable speed! Unless they've relaunched it since December?!
#18
Anyone know where to get spare batteries for this? Mine can only do 4 holes before depleting.

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