Black and Decker EPC12CAK Cordless Drill £20 instore at Asda
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Black and Decker EPC12CAK Cordless Drill £20 instore at Asda

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Found 27th Apr 2013
Saw this Black and Decker 12v cordless drill in Asda in Norwich for £20. Still showing as £39 online.

The Black and Decker Drill Driver is a 12 volt drill driver that comes with its own storage case.
It has a forward reverse and variable speed allow ultimate control. This Black & Decker EPC12Ca features a 24 torque clutch. This means it is perfect screwdriving into a various materials with different screws sizes. This great drill driver has a spring loaded slide pack battery system, to make battery changing, quicker easier and more secure.
The machine has a reverse switch which means it's versatile, and a variable speed - for control when you are drilling. This great Black and Decker Drill Driver also comes with a 2 Years parts and labour guarantee, so you know you're buying a well made quality product.
Contains:
1 x Drill
1 x 12 Volt battery pack
1 x 230 Volt aC adaptor/charger
1 x Instruction Manual

11 Comments

hot

Saw these earlier in the Tamworth store also at £20. They had about 5 or so on display.

had these in asda spondon for £20 last monday

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hot

12v wouldn't be enough to screw a hooker in Amsterdam. There'd be more torque in a desktop fan.

Great price though and voted hot. Will do the job for someone just looking a more efficient way to assemble Ikea furniture.
Edited by: "anlygi" 27th Apr 2013

cant go worng for £20. Not the best drill driver but you aint paying for the best. Heat added

Black and Decker EPC12CAK
I would be reluctant to buy any item where the manufacturer openly stated the model was CAK.oO


leeroy999

"cant go worng..."



Irony?
Edited by: "Besford" 27th Apr 2013

WTF is a "24 torque clutch"?!

I used one of these that I have had for a couple of years to drill through 3mm galvanised steel and 6mm perspex yesterday when helping my Dad fix his greenhouse. Will do plenty of basic DIY tasks no problem. 24 torque means it has 24 settings, I think 6 settings would be more than enough, it's more f a gimmick I guess.

EDIT, there was 1 left in ASDA Doncaster Dome Branch this morning, I was tempted but don't need 3.
Edited by: "joolsvern72" 28th Apr 2013

Bought one today, ideal for the odd diy job around the house
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