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Bosch 701W Corded Impact drill Universal Impact £27 with code and B&Q discount stack + 3 Year Warranty @ B&Q (free click and collect)
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Bosch 701W Corded Impact drill Universal Impact £27 with code and B&Q discount stack + 3 Year Warranty @ B&Q (free click and collect)

£27£56.9953%B&Q Deals
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Posted 26th Feb

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Bosch 701W Corded Impact drill Universal Impact 700 reduced to £35, but use code CLUBWNOERH to get for £30 (free click and collect) and then add your B&Q membership number (free to signup) and you can get for £27. Credit to @bigweapon07 on the 10% spot. Also get 3 year Bosch warranty by registering the product at Bosch within 28 days of purchase. Selling for £56 to £65 elsewhere.
Free click and collect.

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Bosch 701W Corded Impact drill Universal Impact 700

  • Bosch speed pre selection and precision control of drill speed
  • The rotational direction switch us used to reverse the rotational direction of the machine
  • The rapid shut off feature provides better control over the power tools to increase user protection
  • 3 years warranty with my Bosch
  • For optimal handling and control whilst drilling, the handle can be adjusted to be in the perfect position for the job

Product Details

  • No load speed: 3,000 rpm
  • Blows per minute: 45,000 bpm
  • Torque settings: 19
  • Speed gearbox
  • Cable length (m) 2.5 m

Specs

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This has absolutely nowt to do with this deal, but I thought it was funny
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Heat added but won't be going for it because it's a keyless chuck, which is what I want to replace the Bosch some **** nicked off me.

Worse still, the prime suspect is a family member who is known for sticky fingers, scant morals and merely a nodding acquaintance of truthfulness.

Anyhoo, chucks with keys seem pretty much rocking horse droppings for the domestic/DIY market, unfortunately.
polar11126/02/2020 15:45

Heat added but won't be going for it because it's a keyless chuck, which …Heat added but won't be going for it because it's a keyless chuck, which is what I want to replace the Bosch some **** nicked off me. Worse still, the prime suspect is a family member who is known for sticky fingers, scant morals and merely a nodding acquaintance of truthfulness.Anyhoo, chucks with keys seem pretty much rocking horse droppings for the domestic/DIY market, unfortunately.


There's one on Argos for £15.

Probably made of putty though.
CNCboss26/02/2020 16:07

There's one on Argos for £15.Probably made of putty though.



Blimey, there is as well. At that price it's almost a disposable drill like a Bic razor and non-refillable lighters.
Thanks Opp I bought one as a spare
polar11126/02/2020 15:45

Heat added but won't be going for it because it's a keyless chuck, which …Heat added but won't be going for it because it's a keyless chuck, which is what I want to replace the Bosch some **** nicked off me. Worse still, the prime suspect is a family member who is known for sticky fingers, scant morals and merely a nodding acquaintance of truthfulness.Anyhoo, chucks with keys seem pretty much rocking horse droppings for the domestic/DIY market, unfortunately.



Yes, keyless are handy and quick but some times slips under high load and causes wear on the chuck and you find small drills become loose in chuck. With keyed and tightening on the three points firmly very rare to slip. But speed and convenience wins now.
Strange I received phone call from the customer service Dewsbury store they don't have in stock and they cancelled and they will refund the money?!!?
MrSwitch26/02/2020 15:01

This has absolutely nowt to do with this deal, but I thought it was funny …This has absolutely nowt to do with this deal, but I thought it was funny [Image]


Is that how you switch things. Now I understand why you called Mr switch
Good price!
Heat for the indispensible "other DIY drill" folk need.
polar11126/02/2020 15:45

Heat added but won't be going for it because it's a keyless chuck, which …Heat added but won't be going for it because it's a keyless chuck, which is what I want to replace the Bosch some **** nicked off me. Worse still, the prime suspect is a family member who is known for sticky fingers, scant morals and merely a nodding acquaintance of truthfulness.Anyhoo, chucks with keys seem pretty much rocking horse droppings for the domestic/DIY market, unfortunately.


You have a nice family
Online OOS, only available for click and collect
Any idea as to why the £5 voucher codes gets removed at the payment page. Does anyone else have this problem?
WOW ! Bosch diy drill under 30 quid B&Q - AGAIN ! ! !
I too got suckered in and bought a spare years ago , need not have bothered
3-4 times a year - Every Year
magikman27/02/2020 09:30

Any idea as to why the £5 voucher codes gets removed at the payment page. …Any idea as to why the £5 voucher codes gets removed at the payment page. Does anyone else have this problem?


I haven't tried it but is it maybe a code that only works on new accounts?
I was given a similar code when I first signed up, £5 off £30 I think it was.
...and the amount of times I've required my battery powered drill because the electricity supply has had to be cut off.

Good price, but think of where and when you'll use it.
Bunglistik27/02/2020 03:44

You have a nice family



A black sheep. Most families have one somewhere in their extended flock, that one's ours. The rest of them are very honest and respectable. Insinuations to the contrary are grubby and insulting so don't paint with such a broad brush.
Edited by: "polar111" 27th Feb
polar11127/02/2020 14:07

A black sheep. Most families have one somewhere in their extended flock, …A black sheep. Most families have one somewhere in their extended flock, that one's ours. The rest of them are very honest and respectable. Insinuations to the contrary are grubby and insulting so don't paint with such a broad brush.


Oooh touchy
polar11126/02/2020 15:45

Heat added but won't be going for it because it's a keyless chuck, which …Heat added but won't be going for it because it's a keyless chuck, which is what I want to replace the Bosch some **** nicked off me. Worse still, the prime suspect is a family member who is known for sticky fingers, scant morals and merely a nodding acquaintance of truthfulness.Anyhoo, chucks with keys seem pretty much rocking horse droppings for the domestic/DIY market, unfortunately.


So will drill bits not stay in place whilst drilling into brick etc???
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