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Bosch EasyImpact 550 Hammer Drill - Black Friday Deal - £32.99 @ Amazon
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Bosch EasyImpact 550 Hammer Drill - Black Friday Deal - £32.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 24th Nov 2019

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The easy impact 550 from Bosch is an easy to use impact drill with a 550W motor for effortless drilling in all materials, including concrete. The easy impact ensures a 25% faster drilling time in concrete due to the new impact mechanism. The drill is lightweight and the most compact in it's Class at only 1.5kg, the small size is no sacrifice on power. The Anti slip handle and 2 sleeve chuck ensure the drill is easy to use and ready to start drilling in just a few seconds.
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Good deal heat from me!

I’ve got a man Ikea cordless drill - after something with a bit more ooomph... any suggestions for a cordless one? General DIY - plasterboard, wood, brick. Screws, drilling etc.

I use the stuff I have now and end up thinking “if this was more powerful I’d have done this in half the time”
Edited by: "FunsizeR" 24th Nov 2019
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Will this be good enough for drilling through concrete wall to get power cable for CCTV cameras?
deleted161223124/11/2019 21:42

Will this be good enough for drilling through concrete wall to get power …Will this be good enough for drilling through concrete wall to get power cable for CCTV cameras?


Yes more than capable just pay a couple of quid and get a decent masonry drill bit
Edited by: "ronnyem" 24th Nov 2019
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ronnyem24/11/2019 22:14

Yes more than capable just pay a couple of quid and get a decent masonry …Yes more than capable just pay a couple of quid and get a decent masonry drill bit


Thanks
Spend a couple of quid more and get an SDS still from Screwfix. Will be like night and day compared to this! screwfix.com/p/t…46h
Dougie_B24/11/2019 23:09

Spend a couple of quid more and get an SDS still from Screwfix. Will be …Spend a couple of quid more and get an SDS still from Screwfix. Will be like night and day compared to this! https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb653sds-5-9kg-electric-sds-plus-drill-230-240v/6846h


Bit overkill though isn't it? My sds drill has gone through walls before it's a monster, for a light user they are probably best to stick to a normal hammer.
I bought the SDS version of this a couple of years ago, used it to chisel the tiles off of my bathroom wall, was on for about 2 days solid and started bleeding oil in the end before finally becoming useless... binned, now got a beast from Aldi
Edited by: "99iainb" 25th Nov 2019
This does the job but is extremely noisy on hammer. Buy ear defenders if you’re getting this, otherwise it’ll make your ears ring. For block it’s fine but I had no chance going through concrete floor for a ground anchor with mine. I borrowed an sds from a friend & was if I was going through plasterboard with that.
Dougie_B24/11/2019 23:09

Spend a couple of quid more and get an SDS still from Screwfix. Will be …Spend a couple of quid more and get an SDS still from Screwfix. Will be like night and day compared to this! https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb653sds-5-9kg-electric-sds-plus-drill-230-240v/6846h


That's a 6kg SDS 1500w.. completely different tool for different jobs. And if you want an SDS for £70 you cna get a much better one than that.
SERIOUS WARNING do *not*, even as a joke, put a toothpick on this and use it to clean your teeth
deleted161223124/11/2019 21:42

Will this be good enough for drilling through concrete wall to get power …Will this be good enough for drilling through concrete wall to get power cable for CCTV cameras?


Concrete or more to the point masonry and this might be ok with force and decent drill bits.
Brick and this will struggle no matter what bits you put in it.

Buy it and try it, or buy a drill with around 50 Nm of torque or as somebody else has mentioned an SDS drill if you plan on drilling into brick.
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 25th Nov 2019
Before you part with your money, try to find out how heavy this thing is. Don't get carried away with the so called heat as you will be the one carrying this lump in operation.

It's like someone trying to offload some spoon and knife set which turns out to burn your fingers before you can finish stirring your tea! Beware and keep your wits about!
FunsizeR24/11/2019 20:58

Good deal heat from me! I’ve got a man Ikea cordless drill - after s …Good deal heat from me! I’ve got a man Ikea cordless drill - after something with a bit more ooomph... any suggestions for a cordless one? General DIY - plasterboard, wood, brick. Screws, drilling etc. I use the stuff I have now and end up thinking “if this was more powerful I’d have done this in half the time”


Makita brushless
Dougie_B24/11/2019 23:09

Spend a couple of quid more and get an SDS still from Screwfix. Will be …Spend a couple of quid more and get an SDS still from Screwfix. Will be like night and day compared to this! https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb653sds-5-9kg-electric-sds-plus-drill-230-240v/6846h


Not if you need to drill a lot of steel
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