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Bauker 18V Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill 2 x 1.5Ah £49.48 @ Toolstation
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Bauker 18V Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill 2 x 1.5Ah £49.48 @ Toolstation

£49.48£54.9810%Toolstation Deals
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Posted 13th Mar
You get a 1 year warranty from TS.

• 2 x 1.5Ah Li-Ion batteries
• 60 minute fast charger
• 13mm keyless chuck
• 21+1+1 torque settings
• 2 speed gearbox

Maximum drilling capacity: wood 35mm, metal 13mm, masonry 13mm. Maximum torque: 40Nm. Variable speed with reverse. LED work light and rubber over mould grip. No load speed: 0-400/0-1500rpm.
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spamabsorbed13/03/2019 20:29

is that for kids?


Posts a deal for a drill that does ok then posts sarcastic comments on other drill deals.

Tut.
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is that for kids?
spamabsorbed13/03/2019 20:29

is that for kids?


Posts a deal for a drill that does ok then posts sarcastic comments on other drill deals.

Tut.
spamabsorbed1 h, 40 m ago

@PennyTrader :"Posts a deal for a drill that does ok then posts sarcastic …@PennyTrader :"Posts a deal for a drill that does ok then posts sarcastic comments on other drill deals. Tut." hotukdeals.com/deals/stanley-fatmax-cordless-18v-2ah-li-ion-brushed-combi-drill-2-batteries-fmc626d2k-bqgb-60-3188906tut tutSorry, but it looks so cheap I couldn't resist. I think worth spending extra 10 squid.


I’ve just followed you - hope your future deals are good!

But don’t worry I’ll let you know when they ain’t!

Ps I knew your Stanley combi drill was £60 whayy before you posted it and knew it would be do well - but don’t let your head swell!
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 13th Mar
@PennyTrader not much to follow as I don't have much time to browse through shops. I do have brilliant community here tho that already saved me couple hundred pounds on my house project😁 I've posted that stanley as it served me well through last couple years of use and abuse.
spamabsorbed13/03/2019 22:52

@PennyTrader not much to follow as I don't have much time to browse …@PennyTrader not much to follow as I don't have much time to browse through shops. I do have brilliant community here tho that already saved me couple hundred pounds on my house project😁 I've posted that stanley as it served me well through last couple years of use and abuse.


No worries - no posts of your deals - no notifications.
Bit of a shallow sort though I mean trying to steer more attention towards your own deal ( attention seeking )
Isn’t that what children do?!
Still, should you choose to post anything else in the future I will let you know my honest opinion
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 13th Mar
PennyTrader13/03/2019 22:58

No worries - no posts of your deals - no notifications.Bit of a shallow …No worries - no posts of your deals - no notifications.Bit of a shallow sort though I mean trying to steer more attention towards your own deal ( attention seeking ) Isn’t that what children do?! Still, should you choose to post anything else in the future I will let you know my honest opinion


A haven't tried to steer anything.. It's you who asked me if I had something better I'm just allergic to the cheap (owned by shops) brands.. I've tried a few Titans and Parksides.. sanders, jigsaws, router, circular saw.. big, noisy, inaccurate as fk never again (there are some exemptions.. but imho.. rare) I've just redone my house from cellar to attic so had a chance to try a few
Edited by: "spamabsorbed" 13th Mar
spamabsorbed9 h, 19 m ago

A haven't tried to steer anything.. It's you who asked me if I had … A haven't tried to steer anything.. It's you who asked me if I had something better I'm just allergic to the cheap (owned by shops) brands.. I've tried a few Titans and Parksides.. sanders, jigsaws, router, circular saw.. big, noisy, inaccurate as fk never again (there are some exemptions.. but imho.. rare) I've just redone my house from cellar to attic so had a chance to try a few


I've always found them to be perfectly adequate for quick home jobs, but I've always went with Bosch when doing heavy work, hoping to try Miluawakee and Makita next.
spamabsorbed17 h, 11 m ago

@PennyTrader :"Posts a deal for a drill that does ok then posts sarcastic …@PennyTrader :"Posts a deal for a drill that does ok then posts sarcastic comments on other drill deals. Tut." hotukdeals.com/deals/stanley-fatmax-cordless-18v-2ah-li-ion-brushed-combi-drill-2-batteries-fmc626d2k-bqgb-60-3188906tut tutSorry, but it looks so cheap I couldn't resist. I think worth spending extra 10 squid.


I bought that Stanley it is still in the box but i will sell it because it has no battery indicator and feels a bit cheaper and slower compared to my older stanley fatmax not by much but the deal breaker is the baterry indicator. Who needs a drill for home and garden use it is perfect with battery's lasting quite long time actually.
This looks like another Positec (WORX, Guild, previous Erbauer) product. Does anyone know whther the batteries are compatible across those brands?
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Besford16th Mar

This looks like another Positec (WORX, Guild, previous Erbauer) product. …This looks like another Positec (WORX, Guild, previous Erbauer) product. Does anyone know whther the batteries are compatible across those brands?


any one know? I have a Erbauer and a Guild and want to share batteries with this body
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