10.8V Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill £29.99 @ Lidl
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10.8V Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill £29.99 @ Lidl

£29.99LIDL Deals
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Found 21st Jan 2012
Seems a good price for a 10V Li-ion drill.

Available from 26th January

Compact, lightweight drill with a powerful, long-lasting lithium-ion battery
Ergonomic soft grip handle
Controllable left/right rotation
Easy tool change with spindle lock and keyless chuck
Variable speed and reverse function
With 2 screwdriver bits and holder
With 2 speed gearbox (rpm): 0 - 400 & 0 - 1300
With integrated LED work light and 3 level battery status indicator
10 torque settings
Torque approx. (Nm): 14
Battery capacity (Ah): 1.3
Quick charging time (mins): 60
Supplied in practical, robust carry case
3 year manufacturer’s warranty

15 Comments

Original Poster

http://www.lidl.co.uk/static_content/lidl_uk/images/UK/UK_69088_01_b.jpg
http://www.lidl.co.uk/static_content/lidl_uk/images/UK/UK_69088_01_v.jpg

lmao, you serious, 10.8v is useless for almost anything.

Pay an extra £5 and get this: https://direct.tesco.com/q/R.213-6397.aspx

At least you can drill holes and many other things with this.

Original Poster

It's Tesco though so it will break.

Also you posted this deal for a 3.6V hotukdeals.com/dea…946
Edited by: "mccririck" 21st Jan 2012

10.8v is fine for most things diy. it depends on the quality. I still have a 10yr old bosch 7.2v still going strong and plenty of power for fitting kitchens etc... The one on tescos is way too bulky but i suppose you can give your aching arm a rest while its on its 3 hour charge.

I would pay a bit extra though if you intend to use it for any serious work

this is a good kit ryobi-direct.com/aca…tml
Edited by: "mike_c" 21st Jan 2012

mccririck

It's Tesco though so it will break.Also you posted this deal for a 3.6V … It's Tesco though so it will break.Also you posted this deal for a 3.6V http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/power-force-3-6v-lithium-ion-cordless-screwdriver-half-price-11-was-22-tesco-direct-1109946



DUURR do you not know the difference between a screwdriver and a drill.

Seems a good price and a handy little tool to have, who wants a huge drill when making flat pack furniture etc , heat added

Original Poster

SouthParkFan

DUURR do you not know the difference between a screwdriver and a drill.



Yes, a drill can be used as a screwdriver or a drill.

Hmmm. Green and red coloured tools. Must be good quality. Hang on just one minute. WTF!?

SouthParkFan

lmao, you serious, 10.8v is useless for almost anything.



Too simplistic, I have the Bosch Professional 10.8v drill driver & 10.8v impact driver, both are excellent and have a lot more torque available than most of the 14v-18v diy cordless. Of course the Bosch blue stuff is rather more expensive than the diy gear...

Heat from me - my dad has a couple of Lidl 'parkside' branded drill / drivers and they've been fine so this seems worth a punt.

Asda currently have 12v black & decker cordless drills for a penny more.

Original Poster

PurpleMyrtle

Asda currently have 12v black & decker cordless drills for a penny more.



Li-ion battery?

Original Poster

Got one, seems pretty good.

Highly recommended . I purchased 5 in total and are using them daily drilling 3mm holes into aluminium. All 5 machines are still going strong. Only complaint I have is I cannot find any more to purchase.

What a brilliant little drill for the price, especially for assembling Ikea etc, the 18v Makitas strip the threads, so I save them for the site.
Mega impressed for the price.
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