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Black & Decker 18V Lithium Ion Hammer Drill and Impact Driver £89 Free click and collect @ Homebase
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Black & Decker 18V Lithium Ion Hammer Drill and Impact Driver £89 Free click and collect @ Homebase

£89£9910%Homebase Deals
Posted 28th Nov 2019

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Good deal for this bundle including the hammer drill and impact driver. Free click and collect.

This kit provides a high performing cordless hammer drill and the cordless 18V Lithium-ion Impact Driver. A BLACK+DECKER 18V lithium-ion hammer drill provides the speed, torque and battery runtime you need to take on any drilling task in timber, metals and plastics, whilst the high performance hammer function makes light work of concrete and masonry drilling. The 10 position clutch and 2 gear variable speed, provide the performance you need for ultimate drilling and screwdriving control. The 18V Lithium-ion impact driver, with 155Nm of torque, the impact driver makes light work of screwdriving long screws into dense timber and the removal tight screws and bolts. This also comes with 2 x 1.5Ah batteries, a charger and a small soft bag. One battery, endless possibilities.

  • The power and speed to drill into wood, metal and for all screwdriving tasks
  • Hammer action suitable for drilling into masonry
  • Variable speed for ultimate fingertip control for all drilling and screwdriving applications
  • Anti slip soft grip which provides comfort when using the drill
  • 155Nm Torque, For effortless driving & removal of screws & bolts (Impact Driver)
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are these interchangeable with Dewalt batteries?
rixarena29/11/2019 10:44

are these interchangeable with Dewalt batteries?

No, they look very similar but there is some plastic stoping them clipping on.

I could be wrong but I think the terminals may also not line u correctly. I
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