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DeWalt DCD790D2 Compact Brushless Drill Driver 18 Volt 2 x 2.0Ah - £110.00 - Big Red Toolbox
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Found 15th Sep 2015Found 15th Sep 2015
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  1. Found 15th Sep 2015
Low price for this drill plus 2 batteries

BustyB293

This is way better than screwfix 2ah batts..



Screwfix one is a combi (hammer), so really depends on needs, average DIYer would see the combi as more useful?

This is way better than screwfix 2ah batts..

shame it's not a hammer drill, but great price.

Got to be a misprice surely?

Heat anyways - I'd snap this up but can't justify another drill (3 dewalts already).

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EINHELL GH-PC 1535 TC ERGONOMIC 41CC / 2HP PETROL CHAINSAW 35CM BAR £82.32 @ BIG RED TOOLBOX
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Found 18th Jun 2015Found 18th Jun 2015
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  1. Found 18th Jun 2015
I've been looking for a half decent small petrol chainsaw for some light work in the garden. Found this Einhell at £89 at Big Red Toolbox, use code REV7 to take off a further 7.5… Read more

groovy

I've always wanted a chainsaw. Thanks OP.

wonder if justin beiber wil like it... run....*igger *igger *igger

Brum brum
Black & Decker Laser Level, £16.50 @ BigRedToolbox (delivered)
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Found 28th May 2015Found 28th May 2015
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  1. Found 28th May 2015
DIY season is upon us! This tool is very handy indeed - and now at a good price. These are usually advertised around the £30 mark. Black & Decker’s Laser Level is an accurate … Read more

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joedesigns

Cheaper of Amazon and very poor reviews.


Not cheaper if you are incuding delivery. This is clearly stated in the post anyway. Amazon Reviews give 4/5 stars from 55 reviews.

Cheaper of Amazon and very poor reviews.
Rolson 2 x lockable ladder storage hooks. Ideal for 2 or 3 section ladders up to 20kg - £8.15 + free delivery @ big red toolbox
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Found 21st Feb 2015Found 21st Feb 2015
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  1. Found 21st Feb 2015
Been looking for a set of these for the Ladder and these were the cheapest I could find. They seem to be £15 ish every where else.

Out of stock

Been looking for something like these.
Ordered thanks v much
LED Lenser L7 Torch £22.95 free p&p @ Big red toolbox
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Found 25th Feb 2014Found 25th Feb 2014
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  1. Found 25th Feb 2014
Seems a good price for a decent torch with free postage. list price £55.64.

Ive got that police tech torch but paid £15 for it

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Kurio 10 Android Tablet for Kids £79.95 @ Big Red Toolbox on Amazon
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Found 9th Feb 2014Found 9th Feb 2014
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  1. Found 9th Feb 2014
Seems a great deal, paid £140 in December. £79.95 is a bargain or if you prefer fulfilled by amazon there is one for £1.50 more.

Not a good tablet. I bought one from Tesco Direct for £48 4 weeks ago, took it back today and got a refund, it's very slow and a waste of money. Don't buy it. It's classed as a toy by Tesco.

bought it from boots when it was on offer but had to return because it kept freezing up, would recommend a normal tablet over this any day

You can get Google play store on the Kurio 10s.

You can get a acer one for this price I did that for my little girl much better than a kids one

Bought this for £45 from Tesco Direct couple of months back. Personally I felt this as rubbish even for that price.
Should have gone for Galaxy 3 7" for £69 when there were Christmas deals.. There were lots of full versions games like Angry Birds, etc etc, but overall very limited choices from Kurio store. Google Play Store is not available, I think you can install Amazon App Store though..
Yale Locks YFM310FG2 Medium Fire Safe £124.80 @ Amazon
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Found 6th Jan 2014Found 6th Jan 2014
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  1. Found 6th Jan 2014
The Yale YALYFM310FG2 medium fire safe provides up to 1 hour fire protection for documents and the lock is digital with a touchpad interface. Currently available to order from Am… Read more

Usually dispatched within 2 to 4 weeks.
Bosch GSB 18 V-LI Premium Cordless Drill 2 x 3ah Li-on + L Box - BigRed Toolbox.co.uk - £179 delivered
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Found 16th Sep 2012Found 16th Sep 2012
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  1. Found 16th Sep 2012
Bosch Gsb 18V V-Li 2 x 3.0ah Li-on Batteries AL1860CV 30Min Charger L-Box L-Box Inlay Cheapest deal avalable on the web right now. On offer normally £289.20. Screwfix have same se… Read more

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Epic tools in beccles £209 or via their eBay shop. 1 or 2 others had on offer for £200 also. Not sure who these were though. It is a great drill now under warranty for 3 years.

Now: £283.72

Jsis

Hi LiverpoollaThe thing with drills is, it's all about specs and exactly … Hi LiverpoollaThe thing with drills is, it's all about specs and exactly what your aiming to achieve with the drill.The first drill you posted says nothing about what rating the battery's or drill has and also looks very underpowered. For a DIY job at home it could be alright but I wouldn't expect it to last the distance. Especially beings it looks like its running ni-cad battery's. Li-on is the new tech out and last a lot longer.The second drill is simalar altho 24v. It doesn't give you ratings on what the drill can handle or is capable off. This you really need to know to make sure it can handle what your aiming to achieve with it.The drill I posted is more for professional use. It's Bosch at the end of the day. Well known and trusted. Same as Makita, Dewalt and alike.Bosch also do a PSB range which is aimed at the DIY enthusiasts and are cheaper too. Altho not by much !From what you've posted, you'd be paying around £50 for a drill which has no name or specs attached to it. I'd double that and go for a 14.4v or 18v deal from screw fix. With a couple of 1.3ah rated lion battery's. It may seem like money that doesn't need to be spent but you'll be glad you did in the long run.I'm not a specialist in drills but did do my research before buying the above. I've had eburuar (company bought) in the past and after a couple of months they were as good as useless. This set I bought for myself.You get what you pay for.Hope this helps and good luck.



Thanks you very much for this information. Your points are very detailed and clear. Which is most helpful for a novice like myself.

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Hi Liverpoolla

The thing with drills is, it's all about specs and exactly what your aiming to achieve with the drill.

The first drill you posted says nothing about what rating the battery's or drill has and also looks very underpowered. For a DIY job at home it could be alright but I wouldn't expect it to last the distance. Especially beings it looks like its running ni-cad battery's. Li-on is the new tech out and last a lot longer.

The second drill is simalar altho 24v. It doesn't give you ratings on what the drill can handle or is capable off. This you really need to know to make sure it can handle what your aiming to achieve with it.

The drill I posted is more for professional use. It's Bosch at the end of the day. Well known and trusted. Same as Makita, Dewalt and alike.

Bosch also do a PSB range which is aimed at the DIY enthusiasts and are cheaper too. Altho not by much !

From what you've posted, you'd be paying around £50 for a drill which has no name or specs attached to it.

I'd double that and go for a 14.4v or 18v deal from screw fix. With a couple of 1.3ah rated lion battery's.

It may seem like money that doesn't need to be spent but you'll be glad you did in the long run.

I'm not a specialist in drills but did do my research before buying the above. I've had eburuar (company bought) in the past and after a couple of months they were as good as useless. This set I bought for myself.

You get what you pay for.

Hope this helps and good luck.

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