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BOSCH 12v Cordless Drill Driver 35.99 @ homebase
BOSCH 12v Cordless Drill Driver 35.99 @ homebase

BOSCH 12v Cordless Drill Driver 35.99 @ homebase

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I have just bought this drill and thought it was a pretty good deal from Homebase. It's also 10% off online and instore today and tomorrow so I got the 50 piece drill bit set plus the drill for around £42 altogether.

Specs:
This Bosch Cordless Drill Driver is a compact drill driver, ideal for drilling into metal and wood and screwdriving.

Features: Forward and reverse function.

Voltage: 12V.

Variable speed: 0 - 700 rpm. Number of gears: 1. Torque setting: 10 plus 1.

Maximum drilling capacity for metal: 10mm.

Maximum drilling capacity for masonry: 10mm.

Maximum drilling capacity for wood: 30mm.

Cordless: Yes.

Weight: 1.4kg.

Batteries: 1 x battery required (included).

Includes: Battery charger, auxiliary handle, depth stop and carry case. Battery charge time: 3 hours.


Link to drill bit set:

homebase.co.uk/web…334

4 Comments

good deal, if take into account, that battery for this device cost around the same price.
Although I would bring my dead battery alive using other methods, spending less, but wasting more time. If any one interested check out this thread instructables.com/id/…fe/ as mostly this drill's power pack made of sub-c ni-cd batteries

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3 hour charger and only slow 700 rpm speed, too fast for screwdriving and too slow for drilling
get something with 0-400 and 0-1200 two gear machine

ni-cad batteries die, and when they die, bringing them back to life is about as likely as bringing back flared trousers and shillings and pence, the methods touted to fix them doesnt work at all

For a really good bargain, check out the 'site' branded drills at screwfix, can get 3 batteries and drill under 50 quid, and are rebadged makitas. no secret of this is made as they give you the makita number as support on their product page for this. prices for branded drills are now way over priced, seeing as they have been made in china for ages now, so the price is artificial, hence the deals on the 'site' drills.

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jubbyme;8440657

3 hour charger and only slow 700 rpm speed, too fast for screwdriving and … 3 hour charger and only slow 700 rpm speed, too fast for screwdriving and too slow for drillingget something with 0-400 and 0-1200 two gear machineni-cad batteries die, and when they die, bringing them back to life is about as likely as bringing back flared trousers and shillings and pence, the methods touted to fix them doesnt work at allFor a really good bargain, check out the 'site' branded drills at screwfix, can get 3 batteries and drill under 50 quid, and are rebadged makitas. no secret of this is made as they give you the makita number as support on their product page for this. prices for branded drills are now way over priced, seeing as they have been made in china for ages now, so the price is artificial, hence the deals on the 'site' drills.



Well as a basic drill for a third less than the site drills i thought this was pretty good tbh. If i had wanted to spend £50 and had a screwfix close by i would have probably got the site one but this was closer to my budget and i could go and get it today :thumbsup:

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sterobbo99;8440859

Well as a basic drill for a third less than the site drills i thought … Well as a basic drill for a third less than the site drills i thought this was pretty good tbh. If i had wanted to spend £50 and had a screwfix close by i would have probably got the site one but this was closer to my budget and i could go and get it today :thumbsup:



I agree it's not bad for a bosch brand, and in stock, but the 1 battery and 3 hour charge to me holds it back a lot. thank you for posting :thumbsup:
voting hot, as its better than buying a challenge brand at argos for the same money
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