Black & Decker 18V 1.5Ah Li-ion Combi drill & impact driver twin pack 2 batteries BCK25S2S-GB £80 at B&Q
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Black & Decker 18V 1.5Ah Li-ion Combi drill & impact driver twin pack 2 batteries BCK25S2S-GB £80 at B&Q

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Posted 18th May
I was looking for a kit reliable for my basic DIY and I got this offer at B&Q... I am not an expert but i thought was worthless the impact driver and the combi drill with 2 batteries at this cost. It was the last in store at Wrexham but still shows available online.

Product description

The ultimate starter pack for any keen DIY-er. The Black & Decker 18V Combi drill is an essential part of any toolbox and will tackle drilling and screwdriving into a variety of materials.

  • Guarantee - 2 year
  • Comes with - This kit includes a 18V hammer drill, 18V impact driver, 2 x 1.5Ah batteries and a charger, all in a convenient storage bag, so you're all set for a huge variety of jobs without needing to worry about plug sockets and extension cables.
  • Charge time of 3 hours
  • Carry bag

Features and benefits
  • Hammer action allows to drill into masonry and concrete offering maximum drilling capacity of 10mm
  • Powered with 18V lithium-ion Battery, it delivers a no load speed of 0 – 1400rpm and max torque of 40Nm
  • The 11 torque settings allow for precise screwdriving into various materials with different screw sizes
  • Anti slip soft grip which provides comfort when using the drill
  • The tool delivers a no load speed of 0 – 3000 rpm and offers a maximum torque of 155Nm, making longer screwdriving tasks light and quicker to complete
  • All metal gear casing makes it a very durable tool

Product code5035048713068
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Code CLUBWPJSFE should give a further £5 off to bring it down to £75

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I’ve got the drill, had it for two years and built this last month driving 150mm screws into the joists and about 600 screws to hold the boards down, no issues. I’m only a DIY user though.

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Edited by: "DrRollo" 18th May
ruheluddin8618/05/2020 17:59

Wow, nice! Can I see the final outcome please?

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Was some decking in the corner of the garden
Be warned the b&q stock checker service is VERY unreliable. Hot deal if you can find it.
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Really had my heart set on a Ryobi combi and impact driver starter set, at this price I'm real tempted.
Have some heat OP!!
Be warned the b&q stock checker service is VERY unreliable. Hot deal if you can find it.
Looks like alot of kit, for very little money
Does anyone have any experiecne of this kit?
Got this last week great bit of kit
Is this brushless?
I’ve got the drill, had it for two years and built this last month driving 150mm screws into the joists and about 600 screws to hold the boards down, no issues. I’m only a DIY user though.

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Edited by: "DrRollo" 18th May
DrRollo18/05/2020 17:12

I’ve got the drill, had it for two years and built this last month driving …I’ve got the drill, had it for two years and built this last month driving 150mm screws into the joists and about 600 screws to hold the boards down, no issues. I’m only a DIY user though. [Image]


Stupid question but did you use pilot holes first or just used the impact driver to drive the screws?
Heat, had actually just ordered the bare unit impact driver for £63 on Amazon today. Drill, 2 batteries and bag for £17 more is a no brainer.
Ive got the drill and its pretty good, havent tried the impact driver.
They had plenty of these in B&Q Yate Saturday
Lawrencehud18/05/2020 16:58

Is this brushless?


No... If it was then it would've been the deal of the century
DrRollo18/05/2020 17:12

I’ve got the drill, had it for two years and built this last month driving …I’ve got the drill, had it for two years and built this last month driving 150mm screws into the joists and about 600 screws to hold the boards down, no issues. I’m only a DIY user though. [Image]


Wow, nice!
Can I see the final outcome please?
Lawrencehud18/05/2020 16:58

Is this brushless?


Can anyone explain to me what brushless (or non brushless) actually means in drill context and why it matters?
DrRollo18/05/2020 17:12

I’ve got the drill, had it for two years and built this last month driving …I’ve got the drill, had it for two years and built this last month driving 150mm screws into the joists and about 600 screws to hold the boards down, no issues. I’m only a DIY user though. [Image]


Nice project! Is this going to be a base under swimming pool?
Savvy118/05/2020 17:18

Stupid question but did you use pilot holes first or just used the impact …Stupid question but did you use pilot holes first or just used the impact driver to drive the screws?


I've got the same drill, but not the impact driver and did pretty much the same with my new decking last year. I didn't need any pilot holes, was not needed, however, I may have got some screws that did not need pilot holes.
The drill lasted very well considering is for basic DIY. I did lots of work with it on the decking, probably 2,000 holes and screwing, lasted well, but shows signs of needing replacing now. Was fine for 4 year with minor work indoors.
DragonChris18/05/2020 18:07

Can anyone explain to me what brushless (or non brushless) actually means …Can anyone explain to me what brushless (or non brushless) actually means in drill context and why it matters?


I think this tells you all you would need to know;
diygarden.co.uk/diy…rs/
PIPS18/05/2020 16:29

Really had my heart set on a Ryobi combi and impact driver starter set, at …Really had my heart set on a Ryobi combi and impact driver starter set, at this price I'm real tempted.Have some heat OP!!


I've got this one without the impact one and as was showing signs of needing replacing, I've got the Ryobi for £59. Was delivered yesterday, have not used it yet, but has way more features, it is heavier, it seems better built, I think it will last longer. The only issue may be the battery, 1.3 ah, but it is heavy enough, with a 4 ah battery will probably be too heavy.
However, this is a brilliant price IMO. I wanted a B&D so I can use the battery from the old one, but the cheapest hammer drill B&D I found was £50, so decided it is worth to pay £10 more for Ryobi.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 18th May
Same price on Toolstation
Ordered perfect timing got sleepers being delivered this week and then a large climbing frame to but up for the kids thanks op was looking at just getting this screwfix.com/p/m…0fx
but for an extra £20 I got another drill and another battery and bag ?
Savvy118/05/2020 17:18

Stupid question but did you use pilot holes first or just used the impact …Stupid question but did you use pilot holes first or just used the impact driver to drive the screws?



No holes, no impact driver, just the drill.
ruheluddin8618/05/2020 17:59

Wow, nice! Can I see the final outcome please?

40794290-tw1Xl.jpg

Was some decking in the corner of the garden
DrRollo18/05/2020 19:51

[Image] Was some decking in the corner of the garden


Lovely 👌
How good is B&D compared to Ryobi when it comes to hammer/impact drills etc?
3hr charge time..... really? That would put me off regardless of cost
I've purchased online, hopefully will be good for light/casual DIY jobs
HarryBobs18/05/2020 22:38

3hr charge time..... really? That would put me off regardless of cost


That put me off too.
Any thoughts about how these compare to the £59 Ryobi posted the other day?

Seems too good to be true to get both drill and impact driver with batteries for £80.
timtim8619/05/2020 11:29

Any thoughts about how these compare to the £59 Ryobi posted the other …Any thoughts about how these compare to the £59 Ryobi posted the other day? Seems too good to be true to get both drill and impact driver with batteries for £80.


Haven't tested them myself but reviewers on YouTube say B&D is a very low quality brand and shouldn't even be considered for DIY projects. And Ryobi is much more reliable and higher quality.

That being said, I got the Dewalt set of drill, impact, 2 4Ah batteries and a charger from Toolstation for £250 and I'm very happy with my purchase so far.
Thanks for the first deal @wxh88 - lovely and hot too for a first one!
Dan19/05/2020 16:06

Thanks for the first deal @wxh88 - lovely and hot too for a first one!


Thank you
This is not a special dealthry have thai at that price in store
DragonChris18/05/2020 18:07

Can anyone explain to me what brushless (or non brushless) actually means …Can anyone explain to me what brushless (or non brushless) actually means in drill context and why it matters?


Brushless motors basically don't heat up as much and brushes don't need replacing. You get better working time from a brushless tool, as well as bit more power and longer lifespan. So not really essential for the casual DIY'er
Does anyone happen to know if the batteries for this would fit a the 18V Stanley Fat Max range, I'm told the fatmax is made by B&D along with De-Walt. I know De-Walt has a different fitting, but wondered if the batteries would be compatible with my FatMAx?
what's the main difference between the drill and impact driver? Drill more useful for drilling holes whilst impact driver for driving screws in to things?

also does anyone know if this drill will work for making (small) holes in brick or concrete? website says the hammer action does drill in to concrete and masonry but wanted to know if anyone had experience of this?
Thanks OP! I've been after a DIY-grade impact driver for a while.
Long return (135 days) from B&Q should there be anything wrong with it when it arrives, free delivery, the fiver off (thanks to @Chanchi32 ) = No excuse to say to no.
Edited by: "Pompey_JT" 20th May
mambo9220/05/2020 12:11

what's the main difference between the drill and impact driver? Drill more …what's the main difference between the drill and impact driver? Drill more useful for drilling holes whilst impact driver for driving screws in to things?also does anyone know if this drill will work for making (small) holes in brick or concrete? website says the hammer action does drill in to concrete and masonry but wanted to know if anyone had experience of this?


Impact driver is for removing things. Generally high aggressive torque which is useful for stubborn fasteners. Most garages will use them for taking your wheel nuts off. And probably putting them back on...
mambo9220/05/2020 12:11

what's the main difference between the drill and impact driver? Drill more …what's the main difference between the drill and impact driver? Drill more useful for drilling holes whilst impact driver for driving screws in to things?also does anyone know if this drill will work for making (small) holes in brick or concrete? website says the hammer action does drill in to concrete and masonry but wanted to know if anyone had experience of this?


Hopefully this might explain it
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