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Black & Decker Ps142Kb 14.4v Drill Driver + 2 Batts £55.90 delivered @ tooled-up
Black & Decker Ps142Kb 14.4v Drill Driver + 2 Batts  £55.90 delivered @ tooled-up

Black & Decker Ps142Kb 14.4v Drill Driver + 2 Batts £55.90 delivered @ tooled-up

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Black & Decker Ps142Kb 14.4v Autoselect Cordless Drill Driver + 2 Batts + Kitbox

Select the application and the drill will automatically adjust to the correct setting. Ideal for drilling into wood, metal or masonry and screw driving applications.

Features:
- 14.4V CORDLESS DRILL WITH AUTOSELECT® TECHNOLOGY
- Variable speed for controlled drilling and screw driving
- Battery level indicator lets you know how much battery charge remains at any time
- Single sleeve, metal, keyless chuck makes bit changing quick and simple
- Easy, quick change of batteries due to new slide pack battery locking system
- One hour charge time
- Single sleeved Chuck
- 11 Clutch positions

Specifications:
Voltage- 14.4v
Battery type- Slide-pack
Capacity- 1.5 Ah x 2
Charge time- 1hr
Chuck Size 10mm

Hammer action, torque 23Nm

7 Comments

I have yet to find a B&D product that's actually up to the job. Even occasional DIY becomes expensive when it breaks after 15 months.

Stick around and wait for a great Makita deal or DeWalt.

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Oddfellow;2317230

I have yet to find a B&D product that's actually up to the job. Even … I have yet to find a B&D product that's actually up to the job. Even occasional DIY becomes expensive when it breaks after 15 months. Stick around and wait for a great Makita deal or DeWalt.




That's funny because i've had many over the years, this is a good price for a diy drill :roll:

Hope to see ya posting some deals soon.

I have yet to find a B&D product that's actually up to the job. Even … I have yet to find a B&D product that's actually up to the job. Even occasional DIY becomes expensive when it breaks after 15 months. Stick around and wait for a great Makita deal or DeWalt.



Tend to agree with this.

OK for very occasional light use, but anything else and should really look elsewhere.

For the DIYer stick with Ryobi (Similar price), about 10 times better than the **** B&D come out with. I mainly have Makita gear but have the odd Ryobi tool and they are excellent value for money.

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Ryobi are ok but usually overpriced.

If any you would like to show me a good diy drill with same specs for under £50, please do :roll:

2 speed
hammer action
23nm torque
single sleeve metal chuck
1 hour charge
2x 1.5ah batt's

I have this drill and it's served me well for 12 months.

Had lots of DIY use and some trade work to.
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