DeWalt 14.4V 3Ah (x2) Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill for £90 @ Screwfix
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DeWalt 14.4V 3Ah (x2) Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill for £90 @ Screwfix

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Found 14th Sep 2014
This is one of those regional deals that wont please everyone however if your local then its a steal.

Screwfix Live is running in Manchester and ends today so be quick. If you register on line entry is free and you get a £10 voucher off a £50 spend. There are loads of bargains to be had but i though id post this one in particular.

They have DeWalt DCD735L2-GB 14.4V 3Ah Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill (43969) which includes x3Ah batteries on offer in the clearance section for £100 but works out at £90 with said voucher. This retails at Screwfix stores for £219.99. They also have the 1.5Ah (x2) version for £80.

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Better drill at argos and looks exactly the same just branded stanley


argos.co.uk/sta…JUN

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freddo1322

Better drill at argos and looks exactly the same just branded … Better drill at argos and looks exactly the same just branded stanleyhttp://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/7114360.htm?cmpid=COJUN&catalogId=10001&cjsurferid=400700465069253569&_%24ja=tsid%3A11674%7Cprd%3A1546795&storeId=10151&referredURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F7114360.htm&referrer=COJUN

Yeah you're right... its yellow and black! I think anyone who knows their drills knows that's where the similarities end

freddo1322

Better drill at argos and looks exactly the same just branded … Better drill at argos and looks exactly the same just branded stanleyhttp://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/7114360.htm?cmpid=COJUN&catalogId=10001&cjsurferid=400700465069253569&_%24ja=tsid%3A11674%7Cprd%3A1546795&storeId=10151&referredURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F7114360.htm&referrer=COJUN


I have no words......

The b and q 18v with li ion battery's £85 way better deal

craig.walton2

Yeah you're right... its yellow and black! I think anyone who knows … Yeah you're right... its yellow and black! I think anyone who knows their drills knows that's where the similarities end



Obviously theres more to it your showing a 14.4v one whereas the stanley one is 18v which from the start is better as you wont be charging it as often and also stanley bought dewalt so i dont see why not the actual bare componets are not similar or the same!!!

billwah2002

I have no words......



Hmmmmm

Original Poster

Each to their own however I know which one I'd sooner have. Just do a comparison of specs. Lower voltage doesn't mean less torque. In fact quite the opposite in this case

2 x 1.5 amp batterys or 2 x 3.0 amp batterys.regardless of the voltage i know which i would prefer.


2x 3.0 amp by the way
Edited by: "leekickass" 14th Sep 2014

freddo1322

Obviously theres more to it your showing a 14.4v one whereas the stanley … Obviously theres more to it your showing a 14.4v one whereas the stanley one is 18v which from the start is better as you wont be charging it as often an also stanley bought dewalt so i dont see why not the actual bare componets are not similar or the same!!!


freddo1322

Obviously theres more to it your showing a 14.4v one whereas the stanley … Obviously theres more to it your showing a 14.4v one whereas the stanley one is 18v which from the start is better as you wont be charging it as often and also stanley bought dewalt so i dont see why not the actual bare componets are not similar or the same!!!


It's the amp value that is
important

Had a drill repaired a while back ( dewalt) and the guy told me not use them on hammer as the dewalt has plastic gears and they shred ( and he wasn't wrong , we gave up on dewalt in the end) he also told me black and decker had metal gears and as I had recently just bought a set best off sticking with that for hammer action .

Dewalt is a subsidary of Stanley Black and Decker so there may be similarities internally.

freddo1322

Yeah you're right... its yellow and black! I think anyone who knows … Yeah you're right... its yellow and black! I think anyone who knows their drills knows that's where the similarities end



Obviously theres more to it your showing a 14.4v one whereas the stanley one is 18v which from the start is better as you wont be charging it as often and also stanley bought dewalt so i dont see why not the actual bare componets are not similar or the same!!![/quot

lol. voltage has nothing to do with how long a charge lasts!

Doubled

Had a drill repaired a while back ( dewalt) and the guy told me not use … Had a drill repaired a while back ( dewalt) and the guy told me not use them on hammer as the dewalt has plastic gears and they shred ( and he wasn't wrong , we gave up on dewalt in the end) he also told me black and decker had metal gears and as I had recently just bought a off sticking with that for hammer action .


I very rarely use the best drills on hammer
Doubled

Had a drill repaired a while back ( dewalt) and the guy told me not use … Had a drill repaired a while back ( dewalt) and the guy told me not use them on hammer as the dewalt has plastic gears and they shred ( and he wasn't wrong , we gave up on dewalt in the end) he also told me black and decker had metal gears and as I had recently just bought a set best off sticking with that for hammer action .


I very rarely use hammer on the best cordless drills. Guaranteed to shorten its life. Best to use a dedicated sds.
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