Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
3.6V, Simple Value Li-Ion Screwdriver /Simple Value Corded Hammer Drill - 500W £12 at Argos/free collection (More in OP)
185° Expired

3.6V, Simple Value Li-Ion Screwdriver /Simple Value Corded Hammer Drill - 500W £12 at Argos/free collection (More in OP)

£8£1020%Argos Deals
Expert (Beta)7
Expert (Beta)
Posted 28th Feb

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Great value for money tools here.

Simple Value Li-Ion Screwdriver - 3.6V
3414382.jpg
Ideal for when you need to make quick fixes around your house. Drive in and remove screws easily then when you're done you can charge it again conveniently with the with USB charger.

Ideal for screw driving.

  • 3.6V battery power.
  • Reverse function.
  • LED power indicator.
  • Soft grip handle.
  • Accessories included: charger 1pc 50mm PZ2 screwdriver bit.
  • Size H5, W14.7, D20.5cm.
  • Weight 0.22kg.
  • Batteries required: Li-Ion x 1 (included) .
  • Fully charged in up to 5 hours.
  • Charger included.

Simple Value Corded Hammer Drill - 500W
3414382.jpg
Simple Value Sheet Sander - 135W
3414382.jpg
Simple Value Palm Sander - 105W
3414382.jpg
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
Drill - keyed chuck
Sander - £15 is normal for hook and loop, and this isn't.
Palm sander is a good price.
Screwdriver - it was £5 after Christmas on clearance, so they've actually put the price up.
7 Comments
Anyone actually find these useful?
electrolux28/02/2020 06:36

Anyone actually find these useful?


I keep looking at these, but realistically a battery drill would be better, whilst any serious work would need an impact drill. Heat for the price, although it's a bit of a niche or gimmick.
Drill - keyed chuck
Sander - £15 is normal for hook and loop, and this isn't.
Palm sander is a good price.
Screwdriver - it was £5 after Christmas on clearance, so they've actually put the price up.
Only thing I would say is that the screwdrivers are actually quite useful. I picked up a cheap guild one (similar to this) and it’s probably the tool I use the most. It’s great for flat pack furniture and easier to grab and use to unscrew one thing then by hand or pulling out the dewalt drill
Edited by: "Fantus22" 28th Feb
As above. I have a light duty 18v drilldriver, an 18v brushless drill/driver with hammer action, an 18v impact driver. And one of these

Basically it’s light as heck, microusb charged and great for jobs like unscrewing battery compartments, signs, light duty flat pack. Mind you I think it was on here for £4 when I got it last month which is what made me get it. It’s probably the lightest duty build quality battery screwdriver I’ve seen mind
Edited by: "androidavis" 28th Feb
As previously mentioned, Argos was selling the item for £5 in Dec/Jan just gone. I see that Argos have now classified the current £8 sale price as 'Clearance'. They're having a laugh . . . . hotukdeals.com/dea…651
Edited by: "AnthHether001" 28th Feb
AnthHether00128/02/2020 12:42

As previously mentioned, Argos was selling the item for £5 in Dec/Jan just …As previously mentioned, Argos was selling the item for £5 in Dec/Jan just gone. I see that Argos have now classified the current £8 sale price as 'Clearance'. They're having a laugh . . . . https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/challenge-lithium-ion-screwdriver-36v-5-at-argos-3388651


Lol Argos and other retailers that pull stuff like this should get fined!
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text