Bosch Cordless Hammer Drill (PSB1800 + 2 x LI-2 Batteries) £59.99 @ Eurocarparts
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Bosch Cordless Hammer Drill (PSB1800 + 2 x LI-2 Batteries) £59.99 @ Eurocarparts

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Found 20th Aug 2017
Bosch Cordless Hammer Drill (PSB1800 + 2 x LI-2 Batteries)

Compact design for easy control & handling of tool
300 screws with 1 battery charge for all small & medium DIY applications
Versatility for drilling, Hammer drilling and screw driving applications
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Hopefully amazon will price match as it's in my basket waiting for it to drop from £69.99 , thanks OP
miaas1 h, 59 m ago

Hopefully amazon will price match as it's in my basket waiting for it to …Hopefully amazon will price match as it's in my basket waiting for it to drop from £69.99 , thanks OP

How does that work? Why will they price match if it's in your basket?
chamblacha1 h, 11 m ago

How does that work? Why will they price match if it's in your basket?


They regularly drop prices when others are cheaper, plus I've just filled in the "found a lower price" form
these are very good, had one for a while

2 batteries are a must
miaas1 h, 20 m ago

They regularly drop prices when others are cheaper, plus I've just filled …They regularly drop prices when others are cheaper, plus I've just filled in the "found a lower price" form



Never noticed that bit on the Amazon page before and use Amazon all the time lol. Everyone should fill it in - the more people do it, the more chance they will lower the price and match it.

UPDATE: Just seen this item is being sold for Prime members only on Amazon - oh well, nevermind. I certainly wouldn't buy something like this from Eurocarparts lol - their aftersales is atrocious.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 20th Aug 2017
Hang on - Just noticed this exact same item with 2 batteries was being sold for £47.49 on Amazon last month(??). Some people also got it for £37.49 using a £10 off code. All of a sudden this deal really doesn't look that great.
Bought 2 of these for £47 on prime day. Good price but not such a good deal.
Got this on prime day at £47, great drill! Nice addition to the collection! All but 1 of the 5 drills I have were purchased from hot deals! Lol
Great bit of kit! Had one for several years and has had moderate DIY use without fault. Batteries interchanged with a cordless hedge trimmer. Also faultless!! Not sure how the price now compares as seems like various deals around. So keep watching...
Check camelcamelcamel website. Will tell you the price history and how much of a deal this is
deleted5795920th Aug 2017

even drilling through solid brick walls for running ethernet cables …even drilling through solid brick walls for running ethernet cables around..



People still do this in houses?
red231 h, 31 m ago

People still do this in houses?


Yes for optimum coverage
Worth every penny heat!
deleted5795920th Aug 2017

Well I did, the coverage inside isn't the best for wifi, lots of solid …Well I did, the coverage inside isn't the best for wifi, lots of solid walls in the centre of the building, Myself and my kids like to game and Wifi latency isnt acceptable, I only had to go through one wall to another room where I daisy chained and then up to the loft where I distributed it through the eaves to all the upper floor rooms, each room I then used a wifi extender as well to improve coverage.


I'll remember this for when i buy a castle.
Great set. I have the same but paid more.

Can't be without this drill. It won't deal with masonry but I have an ancient corded Bosch for those jobs. Everything else.... this is my go to guy!
Master_Yoda6 h, 16 m ago

Hang on - Just noticed this exact same item with 2 batteries was being …Hang on - Just noticed this exact same item with 2 batteries was being sold for £47.49 on Amazon last month(??). Some people also got it for £37.49 using a £10 off code. All of a sudden this deal really doesn't look that great.


I know right? I nearly bought a pint of milk for 50p earlier, thinking it was a pretty good price - then I remembered that it was 20p a pint just a few years ago & suddenly it's a terrible deal.

If only I had a time machine...
horsepills5 h, 37 m ago

I know right? I nearly bought a pint of milk for 50p earlier, thinking it …I know right? I nearly bought a pint of milk for 50p earlier, thinking it was a pretty good price - then I remembered that it was 20p a pint just a few years ago & suddenly it's a terrible deal.If only I had a time machine...

I wouldn't exactly say that's a relevant or logical comparison.
good deal heat added. i had 1 from homebase with 1 battery for around £47 a few years ago with only 1 battery and that was a good deal at the time.

hammer action gets through stone and brick no probs for me
Edited by: "cannycoyote" 21st Aug 2017
InTheKnow44418 h, 6 m ago

these are very good, had one for a while2 batteries are a must

+1 though I got the impact driver/drill double set and they are ideal for diy
Disagree that this is a good deal as this is just the 1.5A batteries, not the 2A batteries that you can get. Pretty sure this is a fairly standard price albeit B&Q have stopped selling the 1.5A now by the looks of their website. I was looking at this, the 2A and the Ryobi at the start of the year (and had been for a number of months) and this one was always at a fairly low price. I wanted the 2A but missed the deal before so ended up going for the Ryobi. Also it is worth noting that the maximum drilling size on the Bosch drills is 10mm unlike a lot of other drills that go to 13mm.
I got the 1 battery B&Q deal for £32. Great drill. The battery lasts ages for DIY.It's a 1hr fast charge battery do not that bothered about 2nd battery unless you got the £47 deal. I would hang on for a better offer.
Cant see this on their site any more. Expired?
Does This take hex shape drills
wakkaday5 h, 53 m ago

Does This take hex shape drills

Yes it does, but won't take sds.
Edited by: "beerbellybill999" 22nd Aug 2017
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