Dewalt 18v 4.0Ah Cordless Combi Drill £119.99 down from £159.99 free del @ Screwfix
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Dewalt 18v 4.0Ah Cordless Combi Drill £119.99 down from £159.99 free del @ Screwfix

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Found 17th Apr
he DeWalt DCD776M1T-GB 18V 4.0Ah Li-ion cordless combi drill is powerful and easy to use, with 15 torque settings and an improved ergonomic design. Its intelligent switch and module make it more durable by preventing it from overheating while you work. The tool’s 4.0Ah Li-ion battery provides long lasting performance and charges in 60 minutes while its LED light ensures visibility in dimly lit spaces. The DeWalt DCD776M1T-GB also comes with a TSTAK kit box so you can carry and store your drill with ease.


  • 1 x 4.0Ah Li-Ion Battery
  • 60min Charge Time
  • Max. Torque: 42Nm
  • 15 Torque Settings + Drill + Hammer Drill
  • 13mm Keyless Chuck
  • 2-Speed Variable & Reverse
  • All-Metal Gearing
  • Electronic Brake
  • Spindle Lock
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I'd be more inclined to go for the version with 2 * 2Ah batteries, than this version with just one battery.
They are the same price, same torque and both have the rather meaningless "trade rated" qualification.
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pete_l37 m ago

I'd be more inclined to go for the version with 2 * 2Ah batteries, than …I'd be more inclined to go for the version with 2 * 2Ah batteries, than this version with just one battery.They are the same price, same torque and both have the rather meaningless "trade rated" qualification.https://www.screwfix.com/c/tools/combi-drills/cat830832#category=cat830832&noofbatteriesperpack=2&page_size=20



Slow charger and the case is not Tstack. For me that makes a difference.
Toolstation got a far more powerful (60Nm) and brushless DeWalt for same price.
healthandsafety34 s ago

Toolstation got a far more powerful (60Nm) and brushless DeWalt for same …Toolstation got a far more powerful (60Nm) and brushless DeWalt for same price.


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healthandsafety2 m ago

Toolstation got a far more powerful (60Nm) and brushless DeWalt for same …Toolstation got a far more powerful (60Nm) and brushless DeWalt for same price.


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healthandsafety3 m ago

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healthandsafety5 m ago

Toolstation got a far more powerful (60Nm) and brushless DeWalt for same …Toolstation got a far more powerful (60Nm) and brushless DeWalt for same price.


1* 1.5Ah battery, no thanks!
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Is there some reason why comments agreeing that the Toolstation offering is a better deal are being deleted?
deleted80130118th Apr

Is there some reason why comments agreeing that the Toolstation offering …Is there some reason why comments agreeing that the Toolstation offering is a better deal are being deleted?


Because I think a lot of the screwfix ‘deals’ that are posted in here are actual done by people who work at screwfix , a lot of very random things come on here sometimes as they are trying to shift stock I think
The non brushless version is excellent. I'm on my 4th year and use it on a daily basis! They're still pretty damn good! Esp with the 4 ah.
Only 42Nm torque!
Save your money and get Aldi's 20v at that spec. for £50

Agree with H&S.... Go for the Toolstation one. Brushless.

Hitachi at £150 very tempting though too at
70Nm
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JustinKampongsa15 h, 50 m ago

Because I think a lot of the screwfix ‘deals’ that are posted in here are a …Because I think a lot of the screwfix ‘deals’ that are posted in here are actual done by people who work at screwfix , a lot of very random things come on here sometimes as they are trying to shift stock I think


Side step aldi, but the Hitachi seems good for the money and half decent battery too! But feel free to post the aldi or toolstation drills?
JustinKampongsa15 h, 50 m ago

Because I think a lot of the screwfix ‘deals’ that are posted in here are a …Because I think a lot of the screwfix ‘deals’ that are posted in here are actual done by people who work at screwfix , a lot of very random things come on here sometimes as they are trying to shift stock I think

Bright.Star1 h, 20 m ago

Only 42Nm torque!Save your money and get Aldi's 20v at that spec. for …Only 42Nm torque!Save your money and get Aldi's 20v at that spec. for £50Agree with H&S.... Go for the Toolstation one. Brushless.Hitachi at £150 very tempting though too at 70NmCode 63686



All the torque in the world good luck using it for long with a 1.5Ah batt, the Hitachi is a pretty good deal though you should post it.
Is the offer still available? I went to the website and the price is £159.99
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