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Black and Decker Cordless Drill £9 @ Sainsburys instore
Black and Decker Cordless Drill £9 @ Sainsburys instore

Black and Decker Cordless Drill £9 @ Sainsburys instore

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9.6 volt Black and Decker cordless drill. Just now in Sainsburys Heaton Newcastle.

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£9 seems a bargain! Good luck drilling through anything with this though, my 18v version of this is crap, good as a screwdriver but not much else.

Sold out, I'm here now
Edited by: "morlspin" 30th Jul 2014

sok - damn it

Sok - naturally... LOL

SokUkDeals

Out of sok at my local.

sok it

no sok in mine either (Doncaster), just checked. :-(

Not much of a drill, but SOK

Sok!

Sok?

100% Sok on this one. heat

No sok here either.

noeasywayout

£9 seems a bargain! Good luck drilling through anything with this though, … £9 seems a bargain! Good luck drilling through anything with this though, my 18v version of this is crap, good as a screwdriver but not much else.



i have the 18 V one, its worked fine for the 3 years of DIY i've done.... (metal, wood, plastics, masonry)

What does sok mean?

HightownMo

What does sok mean?



Big sok out to you Mo, witty stuff

sok = Sonic Outruns Knuckles
Edited by: "chrisgcox3" 30th Jul 2014

put a sock in it!!

No sok'ing chance of finding this at my local - hot for those that do!

What you all going on about, sok?

mugglesquop

i have the 18 V one, its worked fine for the 3 years of DIY i've done.... … i have the 18 V one, its worked fine for the 3 years of DIY i've done.... (metal, wood, plastics, masonry)



Same here, couldn't have asked for a better drill and the battery life is fantastic even if it's not used for a few months doesn't discharge

Jasey25

even if it's not used for a few months doesn't discharge



mine does!

dead after a few weeks

morlspin

What you all going on about, sok?



You started it!

This be any good to put screws into decking?

cannot seem to get this deal up an running ...lol

richje100

This be any good to put screws into decking?



no, you need a hammer for that

noeasywayout

£9 seems a bargain! Good luck drilling through anything with this though, … £9 seems a bargain! Good luck drilling through anything with this though, my 18v version of this is crap, good as a screwdriver but not much else.

Is it a hammer drill? What battery size do you have on this 18v? bc 4ah batteries are better.Always use new or nearly new drill bits then is should be ok.
Edited by: "oddjob" 16th Aug 2014
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