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Posted 16 January 2023

Bauker 3.6V Cordless Screwdriver Integral 1.5Ah Battery - £8 (Free Click & Collect) @ Toolstation

£8£11.6832% off
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Looks like this is the lowest price price for Bauker 3.6V Cordless Screwdriver with 1 x 1.5Ah battery. With 3Nm Torque, it is more suitable for Ad-hoc DIY, but it is only £8

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Product details

• No load speed: 0-180rpm
• 1/4" chuck
• Forward/reverse function
• Max torque: 3Nm
• LED Light



Technical Specification

  • Brand: Bauker
  • Manufacturer ID: CSD40S1
  • Voltage: 3.6
  • Battery Type: Li-Ion
  • Torque: 3Nm
  • Power Source / Cordless: Cordless
  • Batteries Included: 1 x 1.5Ah


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    Rubbish company. Avoid.
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    You're going to have to expand on that. Plenty of people saying otherwise. (edited)
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    Thanks OP.

    Thebat
    I disagree Bauker make fantastic drills equivalent to high priced named ones, but like all their tools, very good value.
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    They are indeed good DIY drills and other tools at great prices (same maker as WORX) but there are many complaints about the chucks on their drills not holding bits tight enough and being off centre..
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    Is this any good
    I had a cheap b&d one and you almost had to override it to manual or lack of tightening grip
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    if you are comparing it to those old ones that used NiCad batteries and took hours to charge, then it is infinity better.
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    Doesn't appear to be variable speed so really not very good.
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    "No load speed: 0-180rpm" would suggest it is. I couldn't imagine any manufacturer making one that wasn't variable speed.
    Although at just 3nm of torque you'll have to tighten by hand afterwards in most circumstances. I'd suggest people avoid this and get a budget combi drill instead.
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