Challenge Cordless 14.4V Drill Driver - Black/Orange. £9.99 @ Ebay/Argos
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Challenge Cordless 14.4V Drill Driver - Black/Orange. £9.99 @ Ebay/Argos

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Found 29th Dec 2015
Challenge Cordless 14.4V Drill Driver - Black/Orange.
Brand New With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee
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i know it isnt the lithium battery but for less than a tenner and new gotta be worth a punt .. does say more than 10 available but stock limited
Challenge Cordless 14.4V Drill Driver - Black/Orange.

Brand New With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee

Compact and powerful, this Challenge cordless drill driver, allows for easy drilling and screw driving in all areas. With a powerful 14.4V, reverse function and a practical T handle design which provides optimal performance, it is a smooth and ideal drill for quick drill/screwdriver changes.
Features:
14.4V battery power.
Single speed.
Speed 0rpm.
Reverse function.
3 to 5 hours charging time.
10mm keyless chuck.
1 gear.
16 torque settings.
Maximum torque 12Nm.
Drilling capacity for wood 15mm, steel 8mm, .
Accessories included:
1 Ni-Cd battery.
1 charger.
1 double end screwdriver bit.
General information:
Drill weight 1.7kg.
EAN: 7104899.
Catalogue number 710/4899
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Seems to be too good to be decent... Any reviews?
I bought one around 4 years ago and only replaced it a couple of months ago. not as good as my new lithium ion one but did plenty of work with it as a diyer
good find op, heat
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cheers sradmad im not an over enthusiastic diy'er but the Mrs has got a few jobs lined up(-;
Nice one, ordered. I can't stand DIY but am willing to try harder when this arrives! Thanks OP.
Thank u I just ordered one good for little jobs
Can anyone recommend drill bits set to go with this please? Sorry for asking but there are loads when I google it and I have no idea what to order! Thanks.
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swingler2010

I bought one around 4 years ago and only replaced it a couple of months … I bought one around 4 years ago and only replaced it a couple of months ago. not as good as my new lithium ion one but did plenty of work with it as a diyer


You must having been using it almost daily for it to last so long. These Ni-Cd batteries just die a very quick death when not used for a wee while.
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think they have all gone
Oos
I just moved home and all my stuff was packed away, got the argos 12v 13.99er as a quick stop gap, given it a bit of a bashing really, but the 3hr charge time was getting on my turnips so bought the twin batt li-ion pack from wickes for 50 quid, quite impressed.
great find. but oos now
portvale

cheers sradmad im not an over enthusiastic diy'er but the Mrs has got a … cheers sradmad im not an over enthusiastic diy'er but the Mrs has got a few jobs lined up(-;



​screw her
OOS
With that design, methinks that Mr Black and Mr Decker might be making an angry march to the patent office...
bruceboy

You must having been using it almost daily for it to last so long. These … You must having been using it almost daily for it to last so long. These Ni-Cd batteries just die a very quick death when not used for a wee while.



That's usually my experience with these things, but I have had one of these for about 8 years which I use only sporadically. I tend to fully charge before and after use and it seems to be holding out just fine.

NiCad is a bit rubbish, but at this price I should have bought another just for the spare battery.
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