Aldi Nationwide - 18V Li-Ion Drill and Driver Kit £99.99
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Aldi Nationwide - 18V Li-Ion Drill and Driver Kit £99.99

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Found 22nd Nov 2015
Back again for 2015. see how this goes down this time round. Had 24v workzone drill, has held out well
Tackle any job with this twin pack.

18V Cordless Hammer Drill

Keyless chuck with lock functionPowerful 18V fan-cooled motor35Nm torqueAutomatic spindle lock2 speed gearbox – no-load speed 0-350rpm/0-1250rpmImpact rate 0-5250bpm/0-18,750bpmForward/reverse actionVariable speed with electric brakeIntegrated LED lightDetachable belt clipSoft touch housing

18V Cordless Impact Driver

Powerful 18V fan-cooled motor150Nm torqueQuick release chuck 1/4" (6.35mm)Integrated LED lightForward/reverse actionNo-load speed 0-2200rpmImpact rate 0-3000bpmSoft touch housingDetachable belt clipLED battery indicatorOverheating protection systemVoltage control system accurately controls charge and discharge voltageIncludes 2 x high capacity 18V-1300mAH Li-Ion Battery
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TBH I think if I was in the market for this sort of thing I'd go with these 2 recently posted deals

hotukdeals.com/dea…048
18v hammer drill, 2 batteries, case and 3 year warranty for £70

hotukdeals.com/dea…588
18v drill £25

Come away with £5 change and get some brand name and well rated products. Not saying the Aldi brand is any less reliable but
Edited by: "Astec123" 22nd Nov 2015
Heating up fast!

Tempted by hotukdeals.com/dea…241 £30 version. Bargain that this, I can't see why it is getting so much hotter?
jonagon

Heating up fast!Tempted by … Heating up fast!Tempted by http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/16v-li-ion-cordless-drill-with-3-year-warranty-aldi-for-29-99-2325241 £30 version. Bargain that this, I can't see why it is getting so much hotter?



​The B&D drill is Ni-Cad not Li-Ion.
The Aldi unit is an Impact Driver not just a screwdriver.
I would buy the Fatmax drill though over the Aldi unit, but as a set this is a pretty good deal for DIY use.
The brushless Worx drill is reduced at Argos at the moment, picked a second one up for my Dad yesterday. He liked the first one so much he bought another!
Not sue whether to get this or not??? The Impact driver looks cheap.... I need a decent driver for the new decking. But not sure if I'm better off getting the dewalt set from b&q for £137? diy.com/dep…prd
think that the 3 year warranty is a big plus
Cheap tat!
shaunwillo

Not sue whether to get this or not??? The Impact driver looks cheap.... I … Not sue whether to get this or not??? The Impact driver looks cheap.... I need a decent driver for the new decking. But not sure if I'm better off getting the dewalt set from b&q for £137? http://www.diy.com/departments/dewalt-108v-li-ion-combi-drill-impact-driver-kit-2-batteries-dck211c2-bqgb/861854_BQ.prd



The huge difference in voltage will affect the performance. I have a Hitachi 10.8 impact driver and it's no where near the performance of my Bosch 18v impact driver.

You can pick up a 2 battery Bosch pro range drill for around £100 At the moment and a bare Bosch pro impact driver for about £70 from FFX etc.

More money but proven performance.
Edited by: "worthinger" 22nd Nov 2015
Bosch pro combo with l box for £150 after cash back.

dibranto.co.uk/Pro…wcB
Edited by: "worthinger" 22nd Nov 2015
I put this upd for those of light diy use. I bought the Stanley fatmax myself the other day. been drilling through joists to rewire my house with ease. my father in law is a fully one builder. says it packs a nice punch and absolute steal for the price
don't bother guys. I bought 2 three weeks ago.
it's chuck wouldn't twist so tried more in store and same.
the last week I bought the Lidl li on drill for £39.99 and then saw the Stanley deal at homebase, so I returned that and bought Stanley.

I am very happy about buying Stanley £69.99 x2 batteries
sofiasar

don't bother guys. I bought 2 three weeks ago.it's chuck wouldn't twist … don't bother guys. I bought 2 three weeks ago.it's chuck wouldn't twist so tried more in store and same.the last week I bought the Lidl li on drill for £39.99 and then saw the Stanley deal at homebase, so I returned that and bought Stanley.I am very happy about buying Stanley £69.99 x2 batteries



I'm not sure how you bought 2, 3 weeks ago. They are out this week ?

I've got one of their workzone drill/drivers from years ago. NMh, not Li-Ion still going strong after several years, same with circular saw. Generally I have found their tools to be fine for general DIY use.

And I would say the same about Stanley, fine for general DIY use. In case you didn't know Stanley is owned by US tools mega giant black and decker along with DeWalt. As you can probably guess by the price, Stanley is squarely aimed at DIY market and built accordingly as is this Aldi deal.

There is more information on this Aldi offer including reviews of usage here,
hotukdeals.com/dea…e=2
surprised this is at -39°

Decent price for a decent bit of home kit - nothing for major industrial action but good for around the home

I'm still debating whether to invest
hackboski

surprised this is at -39°Decent price for a decent bit of home kit - … surprised this is at -39°Decent price for a decent bit of home kit - nothing for major industrial action but good for around the homeI'm still debating whether to invest



​i have gone for Stanley fatmax homebase deal myself. cheaper and realised I don't really need an impact to be honest
and to be honest my father in law a builder and extremely impressed with Stanley and more so the price
Actually this same set was on sale last year. I went into my local Aldi on Thursday morning on the way to work to buy these. They weren't on display yet so I asked a member of staff where they were. She went out the back but couldn't find them, so she asked one of her colleagues. Her colleague went out the back and returned with a set. As I walked past the two members of staff I overheard the staff member who found the set say they had been out there since last year as they didn't all sell last time. Sat in the back all year! I don't if they were waiting for the new batch to be delivered and she hunted round for the last year's batch or what. I then looked at the box and noticed an accumulation of dust and dirt round the edges, so I placed them back where the other tools for sale were and left. Whole thing has put me off to be honest. I wonder how long tools sit round in other shops... batteries can degrade over time so it's a bit of a concern...
I'm actually thinking about getting the Makita TD0101F corded impact driver - no batteries to be worried about. Costs £75 including delivery. Does anyone have any experience with this impact driver?
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