Bosch PSR 1800 18V Cordless Drill for £53.99 w/ code @ Robert Dyas (Free C&C + 3 Yrs Warranty)
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Bosch PSR 1800 18V Cordless Drill for £53.99 w/ code @ Robert Dyas (Free C&C + 3 Yrs Warranty)

£53.99£8033%Robert Dyas Deals
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Found 7th Nov
Was £99.99 now £59.99 but using code MVC10 at checkout reduces this awesome drill further to £53.99. Free Delivery to Robert Dyas and Ryman Stores

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Take on tough and demanding drilling tasks with this high-tech, lightweight and convenient Bosch PSR 1800 18V Cordless Drill.

Specifications
  • Cordless
  • 2-speed planetary gearbox
  • 20 torque settings plus a drill setting
  • Keyless chuck
  • Syneon Chip technology
  • LED work light
  • Soft grip
  • Max drilling depth: 30mm (wood), 10mm (steel)
  • Screw diameter: 8mm
  • Charge time: 1 hour
  • Battery: 18V lithium-ion
  • Guarantee: 2 years (To extend from 2 to 3 years visit mybosch-tools.com)

Comes with:
  • 1 x Battery
  • 1 x Charger
  • 1 x Double-ended screwdriver bit
  • 1 x Carry case

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+ 12% casback if you pay with Santander card and also 2% Quidco
No hammer action
baggyjim23 m ago

+ 12% casback if you pay with Santander card and also 2% Quidco


Where do you get the deal for Santander? Just purchasing using Santander card enough or do you need to register for offer?
Register for offer in your online account under “offers”
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I have this drill - its very good, decent battery life and useful for around the house. Highly recommend at this price!
johntravoltay2k8 h, 49 m ago

I have this drill - its very good, decent battery life and useful for …I have this drill - its very good, decent battery life and useful for around the house. Highly recommend at this price!


Can you use it to drill holes in the wall?
Not always. I have managed to drill through soft brick and breeze blocks - but anything serious you’ll need an SDS. But it’s perfect for plasterboard and not very dense clay/bricks. Obviously it’s good for wood/screwing things/ building flat pack furniture etc...
OK for little jobs, not man enough for the job he is doing in the picture. 1.1/2 hrs..flat
R4nger20 h, 45 m ago

No hammer action


I have the hammer model, but not sure if it is of any significance, 6mm in brick is the most I would attempt before switching to a rotary hammer
Krizzo348 m ago

I have the hammer model, but not sure if it is of any significance, 6mm in …I have the hammer model, but not sure if it is of any significance, 6mm in brick is the most I would attempt before switching to a rotary hammer


Really? I have a 14.4v cordless hammer drill from Aldi that I paid £25 for and I just used it tonight to drill through a cavity wall with a 12mm X 400mm masonry bit, which it coped with no problem. I've also used it for drilling into porcelain tiles... again, no problem.

Personally, I wouldn't bother with a non-hammer drill as drilling into masonry is always going to be much more difficult.
mezmister1 h, 25 m ago

Can you use it to drill holes in the wall?


Yes all you have to do is get the drill bit and hammer it into the wall and then after that connect your drill to the drill bit and start drilling
stevo610527 m ago

Yes all you have to do is get the drill bit and hammer it into the wall …Yes all you have to do is get the drill bit and hammer it into the wall and then after that connect your drill to the drill bit and start drilling


Cheers
ian_uk19751 h, 43 m ago

Really? I have a 14.4v cordless hammer drill from Aldi that I paid £25 for …Really? I have a 14.4v cordless hammer drill from Aldi that I paid £25 for and I just used it tonight to drill through a cavity wall with a 12mm X 400mm masonry bit, which it coped with no problem. I've also used it for drilling into porcelain tiles... again, no problem.Personally, I wouldn't bother with a non-hammer drill as drilling into masonry is always going to be much more difficult.


On a new bulid with the blocks maybe

On a real brick, I wish I could see that fight
I’d wait until Black Friday as it’s regularly at that price but the two battery version.
Bal39 m ago

I’d wait until Black Friday as it’s regularly at that price but the two bat …I’d wait until Black Friday as it’s regularly at that price but the two battery version.


Agreed. Got the hammer version last year with 2 batteries for this price from Amazon. Was the same price the year before too. Might be worth waiting if you can. Still added heat as a good price.
Krizzo343 m ago

On a new bulid with the blocks maybeOn a real brick, I wish I could see …On a new bulid with the blocks maybeOn a real brick, I wish I could see that fight


House was built in 1972. Rendered brickwork on the outer skin and blocks on the inner skin.
If you go for bosch multi construction drill bits you don't need hammer action. I use my drill without hammer into 1930s brick no problem. Plus these bits are good for metal, plastic,wood and even ceramic tiles.
I would wait till black friday amazon usually puts up a bosch drill with hammer action and two batteries for £50
Every time someone posts a drill offer here, people comment saying it’s not good enough, not powerful enough... right, I want to buy something seriously good, what should I be looking for?
Edited by: "stakeholder" 9th Nov
Sohail-A1 h, 13 m ago

I would wait till black friday amazon usually puts up a bosch drill with …I would wait till black friday amazon usually puts up a bosch drill with hammer action and two batteries for £50


link?
Adorablemunchkin4 h, 36 m ago

link?

Bosch PSB 1800 LI-2 Cordless Combi Drill with Two 18 V Lithium-Ion Batteries amazon.co.uk/dp/…Z54

Have to wait till blackfriday - last two times amazon have had lightening deals they have knocked them down to £50
Use code NOV15 to get 15% off
Great drill with amazing battery life.

Just a heads up - I got this same drill during Amazon Day for £50 and it came with two batteries. Not guaranteed but likely to return to same price in two weeks from today during black Friday. Either way, good find and heat for OP.
ian_uk197518 h, 32 m ago

House was built in 1972. Rendered brickwork on the outer skin and blocks …House was built in 1972. Rendered brickwork on the outer skin and blocks on the inner skin.


Thought so
OOS now
JayJey5 h, 18 m ago

Great drill with amazing battery life.Just a heads up - I got this same …Great drill with amazing battery life.Just a heads up - I got this same drill during Amazon Day for £50 and it came with two batteries. Not guaranteed but likely to return to same price in two weeks from today during black Friday. Either way, good find and heat for OP.


Thats a different one to this mate
This doesnt have hammer action the amazon one does
Krizzo33 h, 36 m ago

Thought so


So we're not talking about a new build... house is nearly 50 years old. Standard cavity wall as used in 95% of houses... outer skin of brick and inner skin of blocks.
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