Bosch 10.8v Twinkit Combi Drill + Impact Driver - £104.50 Delivered @ Lawson-HIS
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Bosch 10.8v Twinkit Combi Drill + Impact Driver - £104.50 Delivered @ Lawson-HIS

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Found 24th Nov
The cheapest 10.8v twin kit managed to find at great price. This is Black Friday deal and they have plenty in stock.

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£125.40 including VAT!

It's a good price for quality kit. I've been using the screwdriver version daily for years (8,I think). I also have the drill/driver and impact driver. This is a good deal, whatever the voting.

Shame the price is incorrect. Unless there is a way to not play VAT?

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For similar money i’d rather go for dewalt. Nothing against bosch but i think bosch should be cheaper in price for similar specs??
Edited by: "linhang90" 24th Nov

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This makita set from amazon costs similar money n its similar specs as well

Bought a top range dewalt set(combi+impact)on ebay for £279,if cashback tracks will work out £265 they have their own website as well. Item numeber 401356314614

Goes for £524.99 at screwfix and £525 at b&q. Hope this helps someone.

linhang901 h, 50 m ago

[Image] For similar money i’d rather go for dewalt. Nothing against bosch b …[Image] For similar money i’d rather go for dewalt. Nothing against bosch but i think bosch should be cheaper in price for similar specs??

Dewalt? Aka Black and Decker?
I'll stick with Bosch.

linhang904 h, 36 m ago

[Image] For similar money i’d rather go for dewalt. Nothing against bosch b …[Image] For similar money i’d rather go for dewalt. Nothing against bosch but i think bosch should be cheaper in price for similar specs??


Bosch is so much better then dewalt, especially the blue (proffesional) version
Edited by: "sblmbb" 25th Nov

linhang9010 h, 11 m ago

[Image] For similar money i’d rather go for dewalt. Nothing against bosch b …[Image] For similar money i’d rather go for dewalt. Nothing against bosch but i think bosch should be cheaper in price for similar specs??


Was looking at the Bosch, but got this last year, admittedly for £80, but have been really pleased. The charger also takes 18v batteries, which has been useful when picking up a ‘body only’ deal.
Edited by: "GaiusB" 25th Nov

linhang9010 h, 26 m ago

[Image] For similar money i’d rather go for dewalt. Nothing against bosch b …[Image] For similar money i’d rather go for dewalt. Nothing against bosch but i think bosch should be cheaper in price for similar specs??


But it's not the same type of product. These are stubby drills. Great for people working in tight spaces or up ladders where you can drop it in the holster.

Its like saying a bungalow is not as good as a house as it has less stairs for the same price.

I have both 18v and 10.8/12v but they are used at different times for different jobs and 90% of the time the stubby does the job.

If I had a limited budget I would get a stubby and a cheap mains hammer drill. This would cover a wider range of uses.

Am thinking of getting these for my son for Xmas. He does a lot of work for BT up the poles. Will these be powerful enough for drilling and putting up fixings on the poles or should I go for an 18v drill?

linhang9016 h, 0 m ago

this will go cold


Which of those four words would you like to eat first?
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