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Black + Decker Cordless Hammer Drill with Battery - 18V £41.25 (Free Click & Collect) @ Argos

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DESCRIPTION
A compact two gear hammer drill for screwdriving, drilling and hammer-drilling into wood, metal and masonry. An all metal motor and gearbox deliver 21000 BPM for hammer drilling into masonry and 0 - 1400 RPM variable speed for drilling and screwdriving applications. 10 torque settings are available for precise screwdriving into various materials and optimum control in a range of applications. This kit also includes a 10 piece drill bit set, allowing you to start your project straight away. 1x double ended drill bit included separately.
Keyless chuck for fast and easy bits changes with a double ended screwdriver bit included so you can start your projects straight away.
Hardwearing kit box to store and transport the tool.
  • 18V battery power.
  • Forward/reverse function.
  • Fully charged in up to 3 hours.
  • Charger included.
  • 10mm keyless chuck.
  • 10 torque settings.
  • Drilling capacity for wood 25mm, steel 10mm and masonry 10mm.
  • Functions as hammer drill.
  • Temperature overload function which shuts down unit automatically if it overheats.
  • Soft grip handle.
  • 1.5Ah battery.
  • Includes 1 battery.

General information:
  • Carry case included.
  • Drill weight with battery 2.21kg.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 5035048706206.

Argos Delivery & Returns Information

Click and Collect is Free.
Standard delivery is £3.95, and delivery for large items starts at £6.95.

Returns - You have 30 days from the date of purchase to return your items.
Refunds will be processed by the original payment method. If you paid on card, it can take up to 7 days to appear back in your account, with PayPal refunds taking up to 30 days. You can return your items to an Argos store, a Sainsbury's Collection Point or by post (check your delivery note)

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Don't know why negative comments. Mine, without the hammer drill lasted about 6 years. It shows signs of replacing just because I did a big job in the garden and also drilled with it in brick, even I was not suppose to do so. For general work around the house, this is decent. I've got a Ryobi as well, you can feel the difference in quality and is also more powerful. But for some reasons, when I need to so something, I pick up the B&D instead. Lightweight and easier to manoeuvre. Somebody said it will last a couple of weeks. That's absolutely rubbish. If you rely on a drill you know you should pick up something better. For basic jobs this is more than OK and the price is good. But you often find Bosch at £50 and that's probably a better bet. Hot!
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    It'll be in the bin after a couple weeks
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    Agree worst drills ever with crap batteries. Get ryobi instead
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    Don't know why negative comments. Mine, without the hammer drill lasted about 6 years. It shows signs of replacing just because I did a big job in the garden and also drilled with it in brick, even I was not suppose to do so. For general work around the house, this is decent. I've got a Ryobi as well, you can feel the difference in quality and is also more powerful. But for some reasons, when I need to so something, I pick up the B&D instead. Lightweight and easier to manoeuvre. Somebody said it will last a couple of weeks. That's absolutely rubbish. If you rely on a drill you know you should pick up something better. For basic jobs this is more than OK and the price is good. But you often find Bosch at £50 and that's probably a better bet. Hot!
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    Think this is the same one cheaper at Amazon.

    It's always worrying when torque isn't advertised (on Argos) but think this may be 38nm which should be ok for light DIY. However I would suggest getting something else other than this for below points.

    I'd suggest looking into a brand that has a wider range should you need to add more tools or replace batteries/chargers. Look at the likes of Worx, Ryobi, Bosch or even parkside is a good budget option.

    3hr charge time for 1.5ah battery is poor. Upto 2ah you'd usually expect a 1 hour charge.

    1400rpm is fairly slow for drill with 2 speed gearbox.
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    sheffield78809/02/2022 18:59

    Don't know why negative comments. Mine, without the hammer drill lasted …Don't know why negative comments. Mine, without the hammer drill lasted about 6 years. It shows signs of replacing just because I did a big job in the garden and also drilled with it in brick, even I was not suppose to do so. For general work around the house, this is decent. I've got a Ryobi as well, you can feel the difference in quality and is also more powerful. But for some reasons, when I need to so something, I pick up the B&D instead. Lightweight and easier to manoeuvre. Somebody said it will last a couple of weeks. That's absolutely rubbish. If you rely on a drill you know you should pick up something better. For basic jobs this is more than OK and the price is good. But you often find Bosch at £50 and that's probably a better bet. Hot!


    Completely agree. I have one and it's always been reliable. I did an entire garden project with it last year which included sleepers and decking. I've also put up blinds with it, which required drilling into concrete lintels. No issue with the hammer action. I've put several shelves up with it too and no issues going through breeze blocks either.

    I must admit that I was slightly wary about if it would be any good when I first looked at getting it, but I went for it in the end as it was on a good deal. I wouldn't, however, blindly assume that anything that isn't Ryobi, Bosch, Makita etc is garbage.
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    I got one of these. You'll need to be like Arnold Schwarzenegger to get the drill bits out
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    djyhkr09/02/2022 22:58

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Decker-BCD001C1-GB-Lithium-ion-Driver-Battery/dp/B07NMLY5HR/ref=asc_df_B07NMLY5HR/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=344130989025&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=11987407212684772722&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9045665&hvtargid=pla-761061004944&psc=1&th=1&psc=1


    No hammer drill function, isn't it? But OK price for what it is IMO.
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    Big_Rik09/02/2022 18:08

    It'll be in the bin after a couple weeks


    I’ve got a slightly older model. Had it 8 years and still going strong 💪🏻
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    nathanobrien5809/02/2022 23:24

    I’ve got a slightly older model. Had it 8 years and still going strong ??

    LOLS. A hard core user (I think not). Ridiculous
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