Bosch cordless screwdriver £25.49 @ Amazon
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Bosch cordless screwdriver £25.49 @ Amazon

£25.49£39.9936%Amazon Deals
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Found 27th May
The IXO is everything that you want from a cordless screwdriver. The combination of its enhanced design and Lithium-ion technology means the IXO is powerful, lightweight and simple to use, making it ideal for screwdriving tasks around your home. Assembling flatpack furniture, joining cupboards, fixing electronic goods or tightening loose screws, the IXO is your essential companion
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I have one of these and never use it, the drill is so much better at everything this does and more it’s essentially pointless
alex341023 m ago

I have one of these and never use it, the drill is so much better at …I have one of these and never use it, the drill is so much better at everything this does and more it’s essentially pointless


I'd agree to an extent but this certainly does have its uses. If you try to tighten a smaller screw a drill will either rip the head apart, strip the thread or over tighten. For example I dismantled a DAB radio to repair it, if I used a drill to reassemble I'd be lucky to not damage it. Also, it's much smaller so good for areas with limited access. It's got surprisingly good torque too, I used mine the other day to screw no.8 screws into wall plugs and it did the job perfectly, no need to keep removing the drill bit from my drill.

I'd say a drill can be used 90% of the time for my uses but this does come in very handy, worth having in the toolbox. I paid around £20 around Christmas time, I think it's come up a few times around this price.
For delicate work a ratchet screwdriver is far faster than a cordless screwdriver, and for anything else a drill/driver wins hands down.
Paid £20 Christmas a toy for my son lol
I would advise to avoid it. Its a toy and not of any diy use
Not sure why this is expired unless the OP got miffed off with the comments and the chill which I think is unjustified when you read factual reviews from those that have actually bought it - vast majority are great.

Admittedly this isn’t as good as a drill / driver in the real sense but c’mon it was never designed to be.

It’s a light screwdriver designed for light uses ie flat pack furniture etc,

Price wise not bad and cheapest around, unable to add heat for obvious reasons
pennyfarthing8818 h, 34 m ago

Not sure why this is expired unless the OP got miffed off with the …Not sure why this is expired unless the OP got miffed off with the comments and the chill which I think is unjustified when you read factual reviews from those that have actually bought it - vast majority are great. Admittedly this isn’t as good as a drill / driver in the real sense but c’mon it was never designed to be.It’s a light screwdriver designed for light uses ie flat pack furniture etc, Price wise not bad and cheapest around, unable to add heat for obvious reasons


Totally agree, I got one at Christmas for my work when it was £20 & it's great as an electric screwdriver, added bonus that it charges off a standard usb phone charger so can plug it in the cab in my van & not have to go looking for a socket. The attachments however are comical, you can buy a hedge trimmer etc for it
Not a good deal but a great tool when used for the right job. It's an electric cordless screwdriver, not a drill so don't use it as one. For delicate things like taking apart a watch or radio use a screwdriver. For building Ikea furniture or similar light use, use an electric cordless screwdriver. For drilling, screwing lug nuts and other big jobs use an appropriate drill. This is a great tool for any household imho - light enough and small enough to hold in one hand. Highly recommend it.
GunMetal4 h, 42 m ago

Not a good deal but a great tool when used for the right job. It's an …Not a good deal but a great tool when used for the right job. It's an electric cordless screwdriver, not a drill so don't use it as one. For delicate things like taking apart a watch or radio use a screwdriver. For building Ikea furniture or similar light use, use an electric cordless screwdriver. For drilling, screwing lug nuts and other big jobs use an appropriate drill. This is a great tool for any household imho - light enough and small enough to hold in one hand. Highly recommend it.


I have to disagree, a drill/driver is perfectly suited to assembling flat pack furniture and will do so much quicker than a cordless screwdriver because they run faster, which makes the cordless screwdriver redundant.
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