Bosch IXO 3.6V Cordless Lithium-Ion Screwdriver £22.77 at Amazon, RRP £39.99, lowest price this year, almost the lowest ever (was briefly £21.23)
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Bosch IXO 3.6V Cordless Lithium-Ion Screwdriver £22.77 at Amazon, RRP £39.99, lowest price this year, almost the lowest ever (was briefly £21.23)

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Found 20th Jul 2013
86 customer reviews, 65 of them five star reviews. Lowest price this year, second lowest price ever (was briefly £21.23, looks like that was a Black Friday deal). Was posted a month ago at £26.79 and got to 281 degrees.

Cordless screwdriver with forward/reverse operation, 30% more torque and increased rotation speed (+ 15 %) compared to the Bosch IXO IV, Integrated work light and indicators for direction and battery status, Powered by Lithium Ion technology.

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Great, been after this at a decent price. Thank OP.

Bzzzzzz deal !

Topcashback 5.25% on Amazon DIY and Tools, plus the same on Garden and Outdoor
Edited by: "catch22" 20th Jul 2013

heat heat

got one through flubit for 18 :-)

Had one years still going strong
They are great

Nice price and the 90 piece x set is a good price today also @ £12.99

amazon.co.uk/Bos…ATC

Now £30

Plus shipping so up to nearly £35...i knew I should have got it yesterday! Aaarrgghhh

£30.50 +£4.90 Postage now.

OOS from Amazon.

Original Poster

Now back in stock - have requested unexpiry.

Update: Thank you mods. Thank you also to those who've commented and voted hot on this deal - it's appreciated.
Edited by: "Ajibee" 20th Jul 2013

great, have just ordered one and the bosch 90 piece accessorie set, thanks.

bought as well thanks op/mods - just a question - how does this work with the 90 piece accessories set? I guess the screwdriver bit is straightforward but can I use the drill pieces? I'm just interested in light drilling - would this work at all?!? anyone with experience with this one?

same question as above, bought with drill and screw set hope they work together!

No you wont be able to use this as a drill.

koowat

bought as well thanks op/mods - just a question - how does this work with … bought as well thanks op/mods - just a question - how does this work with the 90 piece accessories set? I guess the screwdriver bit is straightforward but can I use the drill pieces? I'm just interested in light drilling - would this work at all?!? anyone with experience with this one?



To use the drill bits out of the set you bought you would need something like THIS for Bosch IXO. I would recommend THIS when the price comes back down to about £11 . It will help your new screwdriver not to over drill screws into delicate items and give you more control over your new driver..

I stand corrected! I probably should of add "without an attachment" to my comment.

andrewfmills

I stand corrected! I probably should of add "without an attachment" to my … I stand corrected! I probably should of add "without an attachment" to my comment.


Thanks guys! i've cancelled, without that kit i assume the drill is no good? as it doesn;t come with any attachments by default?

Yes it comes with drivers for screwing and unscrewing not drilling

Here is a pic of what it looks like out the can

http://www.cashgenerator.co.uk/_images/product-details/SP58171.jpg

reordered!!! without drill kit this time, thanks gold1e!

Bought mine two years ago for £22 in big metal box with additional bits....

Absolute bargain. I got one as a present and its fantastic, far better than any other i've had. The battery last for ages

nice price.

Original Poster

Expired - now £26.79.

Back down to £22.77

Original Poster

RockGod117

Back down to £22.77


Thank you, have requested unexpiry again!

I got one of these 2 years ago great product not quite as powerful as my 2 other drill drivers but it gets into places they cant go
Edited by: "shrek" 22nd Jul 2013

Good little drill, had one of these for my job past couple years & still working great

Original Poster

martje

Good little drill, had one of these for my job past couple years & still … Good little drill, had one of these for my job past couple years & still working great


How useable is it as a drill, as opposed to a screwdriver?
Might be kind of handy to have that ability for occasional drilling in such a small package.

I got this set and used it loads during the refurb of our house - quite simply the best bit of power tool kit I've purchased. I got it with the adaptors and can only remember using them once. The only minor issues I've had with it are:

a. The tin that it comes in (shown in above picture), dents and distorts pretty quickly and mine had to be thrown away - minor issue and could be down to my handling!

b. The battery would be fully charged, removed from the power socket and then used a couple of weeks later - only to find the red 'low battery' light flickering, but I don't keep it permanently charging.

c. The final issue is a screwdriver attachment (flat-head and only comes with one which is fairly small) broke on a job, but as it's a standard fitting into the screwdriver then it was easily replaceable with the bit set mentioned above or any other screwdriver attachment kit; IMHO, this will be an essential addition to the kit.

Overall, a must-buy.
Edited by: "HertzVanRental" 22nd Jul 2013

cheers ordered and heat left

Good for this price, i bought it 2 years ago from a link on here.... Just a word of note because i wouldnt have bought mine if ide have known - it has no speed variation. So when u press the trigger its full speed, full torque. For this reason it wont undo a tight screw easily (because u cant slow rotate to a bite) and also it isnt good if you dont want to over ttighten. As a result mine doesnt come out of the cupboard as much as i would have hoped.

I won one of these, it's brilliant... misplaced it about 2 weeks ago and it still hasn't turned up yet.

Got one of these. Much better than I thought it would be. Bargain

Now cheaper at Argos!

Expired.

Does the torque setting attachment make this an expensive buy? I have one on order from Amazon but just wanted to know what people thought. If its absolutely necessary (to say untighten and tighten screws) without stripping head etc or for it to bite it would put it at 34 quid or so right? Also with the torque setting attachment does it slow it down enough to unscrew things? Sorry for the tech questions - not a DIY guy!

Thanks Op, managed to get one in the the nick of time...

craigwhitlow

got one through flubit for 18 :-)


Got one for £20.17. How did you get it for £18.00?
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