Bosch IXO Cordless Screwdriver + 3 Year Warranty - £21.99 @ Amazon
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Bosch IXO Cordless Screwdriver + 3 Year Warranty - £21.99 @ Amazon

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Found 25th Mar
Good price and v good reviews

3 Year warranty upon registration with Bosch within 28 days of purchase

  • Cordless screwdriver with forward/reverse operation
  • New Micro- USB charging system with reduced charging time of 3 hours.
  • Integrated spotlight or stray light option improves visibility of the work piece
  • Direction and charge indication for convenience and easy use
  • Powered by Lithium Ion technology with 15% more runtime versus previous model



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Box contains

  • 1 x IXO Cordless Lithium-Ion Screwdriver
  • 10 x Standard screwdriver bits
  • 1 x 3 hour USB charger
  • 1 x Metal carry case Instruction manual
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Tempted just to buy the corkscrew adapter to get my wine open quicker!!

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HyperLuminal17 m ago

Cheap for a reason, its crap


Very much like the deals you've posted. Oh wait...
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Tempted just to buy the corkscrew adapter to get my wine open quicker!!

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Nice one
How powerful are electric screw drivers?
Good post. Very useful for assembling furniture ie bed, drawers, cupboards, shelves etc where screws are required.
I have one and it’s MUCH better than the cheapo one I got from Homebase.

Highly recommended.
Got one around Xmas time when I moved house and used it to put alot of furniture together and I was a bit disappointed with the lack of power. I wasn't doing anything heavy duty but just felt it was a bit lacking at times. The torch function is great and it's one of those features you didn't know you needed until you have it.
Uranus25th Mar

How powerful are electric screw drivers?


The torque on these is fantastic for such a small device and they last forever on a charge. I’ve had mine for few years now and have been delighted with it. The only ‘issue’ if you consider it one, is that it’s full power or nothing, as there’s no variable speed.

Great price for this op and thanks for posting as Fathers Day isn’t that far away
feed_me_chocs14 m ago

The torque on these is fantastic for such a small device and they last …The torque on these is fantastic for such a small device and they last forever on a charge. I’ve had mine for few years now and have been delighted with it. The only ‘issue’ if you consider it one, is that it’s full power or nothing, as there’s no variable speed.Great price for this op and thanks for posting as Fathers Day isn’t that far away


You can get the torque adapter for that!
sicklysweet5 h, 26 m ago

I have one and it’s MUCH better than the cheapo one I got from Homebase. H …I have one and it’s MUCH better than the cheapo one I got from Homebase. Highly recommended.


I can confirm. I also have torque attachment. Very good reliable tool.
Cheap for a reason, its crap
HyperLuminal17 m ago

Cheap for a reason, its crap


Very much like the deals you've posted. Oh wait...
Got this for Christmas. Great bit of tool and highly recommended. At this price it's a no brainer! Heat OP.
I have one if these and it's great. Obviously not as power as using my cordless drill as a screwdriver, but so much more convenient.
Edited by: "andersh" 25th Mar
feed_me_chocs1 h, 31 m ago

The torque on these is fantastic for such a small device and they last …The torque on these is fantastic for such a small device and they last forever on a charge. I’ve had mine for few years now and have been delighted with it. The only ‘issue’ if you consider it one, is that it’s full power or nothing, as there’s no variable speed.Great price for this op and thanks for posting as Fathers Day isn’t that far away


Does it stop when its screwed in?? As in that clicking sound it makes when its reached its screw, no idea how to word it, im not very DIY
Had this as a present, was brought from a lightning deal roughly same price but with extra box and 2 attachments, still going strong although I hardly use as I prefer manual tools but if you are doing repeated flat-packs, great
DrRollo2 m ago

It’s not a drill



Ok. Did that feel good?
DrRollo4 m ago

It’s not a drill


You'll be here all day. Look at the poster's other comments...
HyperLuminal20 m ago

Hahaha so i have to post deals to have an opinion. How precious Hahaha so i have to post deals to have an opinion. How precious How about i was given one so i i know its crap. Lol you're too funny. So defensive over a drill. How do people get like that?


Okay, I'll amuse you - why do you think this 'drill' is crap? Although it can't be that bad if it has already generated over 400 degress so far.
Thank you for sharing this. Just bought one + the torque adaptor.

My first cordless screwdriver.
UltimatePhoenix18 m ago

Does it stop when its screwed in?? As in that clicking sound it makes … Does it stop when its screwed in?? As in that clicking sound it makes when its reached its screw, no idea how to word it, im not very DIY


No it doesn't as I believe you need to Torque attachment for that. However after just moving and putting together countless Wardrobes and chest of Drawers you can feel and see once its done. It starts to pull on your hand so you know its done.

It's an amazing piece of kit tbh. Saved me hours litterally.
Cheers, was tempted by the cheapo unknown suggestion earlier this week... thank goodness I procrastinated - now got this Bosch on way (pity the torque converter @ pricey £15 though
It was £20 before Xmas but a great tool. Very useful for putting Ikea furntiture together.

Decent price!
Is it really worth more than twice the price of this one - dpends what value you put on the box I guess:

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chaos8626 m ago

Okay, I'll amuse you - why do you think this 'drill' is crap? Although it …Okay, I'll amuse you - why do you think this 'drill' is crap? Although it can't be that bad if it has already generated over 400 degress so far.


Because mine broke in under a month. Simple as that ergo my post. Not complaining about the deal but human nature being what it is an opinion that doesnt fit gets more attention than all the rest. Ironic and fascinating really. If i were ignored all this would be a non issue, just say saying they dont like the tool and my comment would be lost. But never underestimate the need to be insulted and make things about yourself.

Anyway I'll move on. The world keeps turning and this will go on.
GeordieAffy201425 m ago

No it doesn't as I believe you need to Torque attachment for that. … No it doesn't as I believe you need to Torque attachment for that. However after just moving and putting together countless Wardrobes and chest of Drawers you can feel and see once its done. It starts to pull on your hand so you know its done.It's an amazing piece of kit tbh. Saved me hours litterally.


Nice one, might get one, I usually use my drill but its too big for some jobs, I've mainly used my hands for everything but that takes so long and I over tighten things!
I appreciate it's not in the same price range but nothing beats the Milwaukee m18
Edited by: "Cyrus" 25th Mar
Uranus25th Mar

How powerful are electric screw drivers?


Ok for flat packs, wall plugs etc. Struggle with thick wood / long screws etc.
Cyrus18 m ago

I appreciate it's not in the same price range but nothing beats the …I appreciate it's not in the same price range but nothing beats the Milwaukee m18


I’m intrigued - any links ?
Type in "Milwaukee m18" into Google or Youtube
Edited by: "Cyrus" 25th Mar
Cyrus24 m ago

I appreciate it's not in the same price range but nothing beats the …I appreciate it's not in the same price range but nothing beats the Milwaukee m18


I just googled that. It's bloody pricey!
Cyrus3 m ago

Type in "Milwaukee m18" into Google or Youtube


I can’t find a stand alone screwdriver M18, only impact wrenches and combi drills.
Uranus25th Mar

I just googled that. It's bloody pricey!


Me thinks you may have googled a completely different product compared to this post.
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 25th Mar
HyperLuminal1 h, 7 m ago

Because mine broke in under a month. Simple as that ergo my post. Not …Because mine broke in under a month. Simple as that ergo my post. Not complaining about the deal but human nature being what it is an opinion that doesnt fit gets more attention than all the rest. Ironic and fascinating really. If i were ignored all this would be a non issue, just say saying they dont like the tool and my comment would be lost. But never underestimate the need to be insulted and make things about yourself. Anyway I'll move on. The world keeps turning and this will go on.


Thanks. Completely justified why you don't like this deal.
Was looking at ordering this last night at £29.99, but was giving me monday delivery checked today not only is it cheaper but also get it this evening. Thanks OP!
Thanks OP
I got this when it was slightly cheaper but I would still buy it at this price. Yes it isn’t the most powerful thing in the world but let me tell you, I have used this so much recently. We have just moved house and I have to say it has saved me so much time. If you are 50/50 on getting one just do it, you won’t regret it.
I have the one from IKEA that I've been using also lending to others, so far I am happy and it's dirt cheap !

Get it here
Good deal, I was waiting on this coming back down in price but got the aldi one I posted last month, which has been excellent btw.
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