14.4V Cordless Hammer Drill UNDER £20!!! @ ALDI store
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14.4V Cordless Hammer Drill UNDER £20!!! @ ALDI store

£19.99ALDI Deals
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Found 16th Jul 2011
A tough and versatile combination drill
LY-550 series motor
Pro-rite gears and San Ou keyless chuck
2 speed: 0-400RPM and 0-1150RPM
Impact rate: 0-6400BPM and 0-18,400BPM
16 torque positions and 1 drill position
Hammer function
Soft grip
1 hour fast charger
1 x 14.4V battery 1.5 Ah
Includes 6 HSS drill bits and 2 double sided screwdriver bits
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18V is better and i am a woman. I like my tools powerful.
lol at "ADLI" in the title
Im going to have a look in the LADI and DIAL store as well while I'm on....X)
PhilK

Im going to have a look in the LADI and DIAL store as well while I'm … Im going to have a look in the LADI and DIAL store as well while I'm on....X)



or use your DONG store membership
mymymy

18V is better and i am a woman. I like my tools powerful.




Yeah. Like most women, I bet you torque a lot too.


PhilK - Jul 16, 2011 12:53Im going to have a look in the LADI and DIAL … PhilK - Jul 16, 2011 12:53Im going to have a look in the LADI and DIAL store as well while I'm on....




Cotes are good too

But I dont like Agros.
Edited by: "rizla01" 16th Jul 2011
still wating for a donut to compare it to a dewalt
aberfal

still wating for a donut to compare it to a dewalt



It's exactly like a Dewalt (probably...)
rizla01

Yeah. Like most women, I bet you torque a lot too.


Too much torque and not enough action, as most women.
I'm buying this to construct a 22 foot wooden tower, which i will erect twice daily in the street, to celebrate the beauty of Pine!!!

How will you use yours?
I feel Draper is better option for the same price..check the below,
hotukdeals.com/dea…208
Forget Aldi buy a quality brand like Onkyo.
SHOWMAN36

Forget Aldi buy a quality brand like Onkyo.



Onkyo do powertools now? Good call.

Anyway being realistic... £19.99 for a drill that will last about 6 months (had a similair one before from Aldi or Lidl - cant remember which), hummm. Ill stick to black & decker :-)
118luke

Onkyo do powertools now? Good call.Anyway being realistic... £19.99 for a … Onkyo do powertools now? Good call.Anyway being realistic... £19.99 for a drill that will last about 6 months (had a similair one before from Aldi or Lidl - cant remember which), hummm. Ill stick to black & decker :-)



Have you had your sense of humour removed forcefully via your rse? Or are you naturally a miserable old git?
118luke

Onkyo do powertools now? Good call.Anyway being realistic... £19.99 for a … Onkyo do powertools now? Good call.Anyway being realistic... £19.99 for a drill that will last about 6 months (had a similair one before from Aldi or Lidl - cant remember which), hummm. Ill stick to black & decker :-)



Haha - "i'll stick to black and decker". Nice one.
118luke

Onkyo do powertools now? Good call.Anyway being realistic... £19.99 for a … Onkyo do powertools now? Good call.Anyway being realistic... £19.99 for a drill that will last about 6 months (had a similair one before from Aldi or Lidl - cant remember which), hummm. Ill stick to black & decker :-)



3 year warranty
lokesh221

I feel Draper is better option for the same price..check the … I feel Draper is better option for the same price..check the below,http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/draper-14-4v-cordless-hammer-drill-20-asda-instore/973208



battery life is poor on that
For what its worth the 3 year warranty and service from Adli (sic) is worthwhile and reliable. Never had any issues with exchanges and in a couple of cases they just sent out a new product without wanting the other one back. This gives you the ability to have a go at fixing the product without worrying about invalidating the warranty.

May not be Dewalt or similar but each product is marketed for a particular type of user. why buy a Ferrari when you only pick the kids up from school.
Edited by: "simplyjimbo" 16th Jul 2011
simplyjimbo

For what its worth the 3 year warranty and service from Adli (sic) is … For what its worth the 3 year warranty and service from Adli (sic) is worthwhile and reliable. Never had any issues with exchanges and in a couple of cases they just sent out a new product without wanting the other one back. This gives you the ability to have a go at fixing the product without worrying about invalidating the warranty.



yeah good point, thumbs up
FWIW I find that it is impossible to generalise on tools nowadays.

I have had cheapo drills (Bought TWO) and gave them away because they were not up to the job.

I have a 12v B&D with hammer action and it is one of my best cordless. I have an older Ryobi (3x Batts) which I have used a LOT for the past 6 years and even replaced the switch as it was such a good drill. I bought another RYOBI as my old batts were not holding the charge but I might as well throw the drill and keep the batteries for what good the drill is.

I had an Hitachi and it lasted about one year.

I also inherited a Bosch 12v and. like the B&D, is very good and reliable.

You can never be sure with any of these items but personally, unless someone is able to convince me of the tools worth, I will stick with good names.
So in summary. Cheap drills not as good as expensive ones ... Who'd have thought it.
Am getting this tomorrow, worth £20 imo for knocking a few shelves up ect.
Worth buying for the warranty, at least you'll know you'll have at least 3 years use out of it.
only1

So in summary. Cheap drills not as good as expensive ones ... Who'd have … So in summary. Cheap drills not as good as expensive ones ... Who'd have thought it.



Eh??

What planet ARE you on.

Since when has B&D been EXPENSIVE?

What a moronic statement.
For those who may not have seen it, a visit to Lidl at opening time Monday may be in order as an adjunct to this..........

Lidl

With 3.6V Lithium-ion rechargeable battery
Lithium-ion technology holds its charge when not in use
Integrated charge level display button
Forward and reverse action
6 preset torque settings and additional drill setting
No. load speed (rpm): 0 - 200
Integrated LED light and battery status indicator lights
Ergonomically shaped soft-grip swivel handle makes hard-to-reach areas easily accessible
Includes storage case, charger, magnetic bit holder, 26 screwdriver bits and rechargeable battery
Charging time (hrs): 3
Weight (g): 420
3 year manufacturer’s warranty

I shall be poised for the doors to open!




Edited by: "dvdvicar" 16th Jul 2011
rizla01

Eh??What planet ARE you on.Since when has B&D been EXPENSIVE?What a … Eh??What planet ARE you on.Since when has B&D been EXPENSIVE?What a moronic statement.



Before you call people morons please post a link to a B & D cordless hammer drill at less than £20.
Yawn.

Nah, You're right.

B&D are expensive drills.

LOL







Edited by: "rizla01" 16th Jul 2011
rizla01

Yawn.Nah, You're right.B&D are expensive drills.LOL



Great answer; I guess you're a moron if you can't see how far you missed the point of my comment.

Only1 missed the word "more" from his statement; that wasn't enough reason to call him a moron.


Edited by: "wombat6025" 17th Jul 2011
Back to this deal - for me the 3 year warranty makes it a better deal than the similarly priced Draper. HOT from me.
Looks more like Fat Freddie's Cat to me than a Wombat.................
PhilK

Too much torque and not enough action, as most women.




Got to be better than a bloke with not enough torque. There is nothing worse that not being able to get the job finished

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