DeWalt 10.8V Li-Ion Drill Driver & Impact Driver Twin Pack 2 £125 - possible £79.20 with Trade-point card! @ B&Q
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DeWalt 10.8V Li-Ion Drill Driver & Impact Driver Twin Pack 2 £125 - possible £79.20 with Trade-point card! @ B&Q

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Found 13th Jul 2016
Its on offer for £125 at B & Q - but for trade-point users its just £66 ex vat (or £79.20 including VAT).

£79 for this is a good deal IMO (if you have, or know someone that has, a trade-point card!).

Offer valid 10th -16th July.

Details from site:

Product Information
This DeWalt cordless Li-Ion drill driver and impact driver kit is suitable for use on wood, metal and plastics. The 10.8V drill driver boasts 3 drill functions; drilling, impact drilling and screwdriving with 2 speed settings providing greater torque versatility. A wide range of drill bits can be easily interchanged with its 10mm keyless chuck. It has a maximum drilling capacity of 20mm in wood and 10mm in metal. The 10.8V impact driver has a 6.35mm ‘drop in‘ keyless hex driver which allows for quick, one handed fitment. Its 3 LED ‘Halo‘ ring provides maximum illumination for working.

Guarantee - 1 year
Comes with - Drill Driver, Impact Driver, 2 x 1.3Ah XR batteries, charger and kit bag
Charge time of 30 minute
Torque settings - 15
Features and benefits
The 10.8V drill driver comes with automatic spindle lock for quick and easy bit change and 0-450/1500 rpm with a high performance fan cooled motor for maximum power and durability
The 10.8V impact driver has a compact body which enables operation in confined spaces and repetitive use with minimal fatigue, all whilst delivering 107Nm of torque and 0-2450 rpm
Both tools have a soft grip, ergonomic handle and rubber overmold which reduces surface vibration
Technical specifications

Brand DeWalt
Number of batteries 2 batteries
Voltage rating 10.8V
Amp rating 1.3Ah
Rotation direction Forward and reverse
Number of drill speeds 2
Speed control Variable
Handle type Soft grip handle
Colour description Yellow and black
Model DCK211C2-BQGB
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Good find thanks
Dewalt are great, thanks OP
link to trade-point site:
http://www.trade-point.co.uk/jointradepoint/application-form
why impact drivers are better:
popularmechanics.com/hom…56/



Edited by: "deany76" 14th Jul 2016
Want one!
Well, both.
Don't know anyone with a Trade Card
found one in stock at my local b&q. have an electrician mate with a trade card, do i just borrow his card after work tonight, drop into b&q, then flash the card at the checkout? they wont query that its being paid for by someone with a different name on their card or anything?
wanye

found one in stock at my local b&q. have an electrician mate with a trade … found one in stock at my local b&q. have an electrician mate with a trade card, do i just borrow his card after work tonight, drop into b&q, then flash the card at the checkout? they wont query that its being paid for by someone with a different name on their card or anything?


want to know as well
wanye

found one in stock at my local b&q. have an electrician mate with a trade … found one in stock at my local b&q. have an electrician mate with a trade card, do i just borrow his card after work tonight, drop into b&q, then flash the card at the checkout? they wont query that its being paid for by someone with a different name on their card or anything?


They will not bother. I have a trade card and give it to my father in law to use and he has never had an issue
rdecoratorUK

want to know as well


see reply to wayne
Triads

see reply to wayne


great hope there will be stock around me
Banned
My father in law has this, it's superb!
This dewalt set is fantastic. will pop over to my local BQ later to get another. voted hot.
Not for masonry, imo, not great, Cold. If it had been bigger and suitable for masonry it would have been fantastic, pity.
pat0000

Not for masonry, imo, not great, Cold. If it had been bigger and suitable … Not for masonry, imo, not great, Cold. If it had been bigger and suitable for masonry it would have been fantastic, pity.



No drill/driver or impact driver is suitable for masonry really - not sure how that makes this a cold deal. It's a bit like saying a new compact car deal is poor because the car wouldn't be able to tow a heavy trailer well.

This is an excellent price for an excellent kit - if you have the use for it. It's not a great product for a DIY-er looking for their only drill, but that doesn't affect the fact it's brilliant for a joiner or other tradesperson looking for lightweight but very capable kit.
Didn't work for me, I tried this last month! After using the trade card it totalled the same price as instore. The receipt was weird as nothing added up correctly.
If someone else manages to get at that price, i'll be taking mine back!
I have many 18V drills, but this set is always my first choice. Very capable, controllable, small size, light, and enough grunt for 90% of jobs around the farm.
how to check stock ?
is this product specific deal or is there such a deal for 18v drill?
Just picked one up Purley Way Croydon, had to get from shop side as none on TradePoint side. There was only one there. Also got a free 8m Makita tape as spending over £30, leaflet was on counter but sales guy told me. Great bit of kit if you can get one, really dinky compared to my 18v Hitachi drills, going to be ideal for the smaller places. Comes in nice little bag as well. And if anybody wants to know all you do is flash your trade card for scanning & pay, so anyone can use cards. I've often lent mine out to mates. Thanks op.
went and got this an hour ago. brilliant deal. have to have a trade card. it is the baby of the dewalt drills but still an amazing deal
donny902

Didn't work for me, I tried this last month! After using the trade card … Didn't work for me, I tried this last month! After using the trade card it totalled the same price as instore. The receipt was weird as nothing added up correctly.If someone else manages to get at that price, i'll be taking mine back!



You have to go to the specific TradePoint tills, not normal checkout if that helps. If you paid full price take it back to CS & they should sort it, priced at £125 instore(inc VAT), £66 on TradePoint side (£79.20 inc VAT)
these are spot on for little jobs around the house. I am builder I have the 14.v impact & drill and have no complaints as these are just used around the house.

for work I have the 18v set as my 14.4 v set don't last as that long for heavy use.

as I said these are solid build and i highly recommend.

cheap price good find have some heat
pat0000

Not for masonry, imo, not great, Cold. If it had been bigger and suitable … Not for masonry, imo, not great, Cold. If it had been bigger and suitable for masonry it would have been fantastic, pity.



Or get an SDS drill which is the right tool for the job oO
Triads

They will not bother. I have a trade card and give it to my father in law … They will not bother. I have a trade card and give it to my father in law to use and he has never had an issue



yeah, my mate replied "They just scan the card and never ask for any ID or anything so you should be fine."

going down after work tonight, so will report back how i get on...
wanye

yeah, my mate replied "They just scan the card and never ask for any ID … yeah, my mate replied "They just scan the card and never ask for any ID or anything so you should be fine."going down after work tonight, so will report back how i get on...


Hope you get one mate
2 left in Cumbernauld after just buying one myself, found an email I received from trade point less than a week a go that also gave me another 10% off.
no stock on croydon anymore if anyone interested.
wanye

found one in stock at my local b&q. have an electrician mate with a trade … found one in stock at my local b&q. have an electrician mate with a trade card, do i just borrow his card after work tonight, drop into b&q, then flash the card at the checkout? they wont query that its being paid for by someone with a different name on their card or anything?



Pay cash?
donny902

Didn't work for me, I tried this last month! After using the trade card … Didn't work for me, I tried this last month! After using the trade card it totalled the same price as instore. The receipt was weird as nothing added up correctly.If someone else manages to get at that price, i'll be taking mine back!


Bought the set this morning from Doncaster branch. No problems.
mvnl2008

2 left in Cumbernauld after just buying one myself, found an email I … 2 left in Cumbernauld after just buying one myself, found an email I received from trade point less than a week a go that also gave me another 10% off.



Nice spot! I'm going to pick one up at Edinburgh Hermiston tomorrow and also take advantage of that e-mail campaign. It would be rude not to.
afcwomble

You have to go to the specific TradePoint tills, not normal checkout if … You have to go to the specific TradePoint tills, not normal checkout if that helps. If you paid full price take it back to CS & they should sort it, priced at £125 instore(inc VAT), £66 on TradePoint side (£79.20 inc VAT)


You don't at all, normal tills will also take the discount off with a TradePoint card.
There was at least 5 left in stock in Newport, got a set from there today, just got one off shelf and took it to the tills with the trade card and the lady sorted it there.
bbbazman

Nice spot! I'm going to pick one up at Edinburgh Hermiston tomorrow and … Nice spot! I'm going to pick one up at Edinburgh Hermiston tomorrow and also take advantage of that e-mail campaign. It would be rude not to.



Email campaign? Did they send you a barcode discount or a voucher to print out?
Heat added, nice find op.
Great price picked one up yesterday. Yes like all tools they have their limits but they are a very handy set at a great price. If you go through the normal tills and then scan your trade card and it alters the price you need to speak to the BQ staff I've had it happen in the past they can override it to the correct offer price. Hope this helps some one.
crazymonkey

Email campaign? Did they send you a barcode discount or a voucher to … Email campaign? Did they send you a barcode discount or a voucher to print out?



​It was a barcode in an email. You just need to scan your phone at the till. Another email was sent a couple of days later where you also get a free 8m makita tape measure if you spend over £30 which can also be scanned. The store I got my deal from doesn't stock the tape measure though sadly
Triads

Hope you get one mate



cheers. went over to my mate when he got home at 5:30pm, picked up his card, drove over and got one. at first i got the wrong one (18v twin pack at ~£170 - there was a row of 3 in the security box, and they all looked the same), so went back over and got the right one. used a self checkout till, as there werent any other open ones (tradepoint or otherwise)

the lass there than had to authorise the card on the till, but thats all. no issues using the card at all.

strangely, as i was at my mates getting his card, he got a text message to advertise the drill as we were chatting!

also, the nottingham (netherfield) store had at least one left. possibly more (its still showing as in stock there) in case anyone else needs one.

they also had pretty much all the barbecue stuff marked down as clearance. i picked up a weber chimney starter for £12. bonus!
In our local B&Q store today marked up at £80 from today until Monday... Tried using my tradepoint card but made no difference... Importantly though the guy told me that the warranty would not be honoured if a tradepoint card was used because it is not rated for trade use!
doozeruk

Importantly though the guy told me that the warranty would not be … Importantly though the guy told me that the warranty would not be honoured if a tradepoint card was used because it is not rated for trade use!



i'm pretty sure that guy is talking crap...
plus, just because it was bought on a tradecard doesnt mean its being used at work
wanye

i'm pretty sure that guy is talking crap...plus, just because it was … i'm pretty sure that guy is talking crap...plus, just because it was bought on a tradecard doesnt mean its being used at work



​Exactly what I thought, but his manager who was behind him backed him up on it. I agree they wouldn't know if you were using it for trade use or diy except for the fact it is clearly marked on the receipt with our business details implying it was bought for trade. I opted not to use my trade card to be on the safe side. It's bang out of order if this warranty is held up.
Dewalt's warranty says it's fine for trade use, so I wouldn't worry. If they tried to refuse a warranty claim I'd bring up the fact that TradePoint sold the kit, so they must have thought it worth selling to a Tradesperson as only those in the trade qualify to make the purchase!

As the price is essentially the same this weekend whether you have a trade card or not I wouldn't mess about using the card though.
Just ordered being delivered tomorrow no trade card needed
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