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Seems a good price for a high spec combi and impact drill with 3 X 3ah batteries a 70 min charger and a tstack case.
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Good deal! 3x batteries ? is a big +, check that deal as well screwfix.com/p/m…9hv
Drill approx £80, impact driver approx £80, batteries approx £35 each.plus charger and case, good deal overall!
most DIY+ users aren't going to need 3 batteries. If you're going to spend £249 on a set, then I would buy:

Toolstation DeWalt deal (comes with superior DCD796 and 4ah batteries)
toolstation.com/dew…353

or

ScrewFix Milwaukee deal (5ah batteries):
screwfix.com/p/m…9hv

it's a toss up between either of the two. Both are very very very good and more than enough spec any DIYer will ever need (I went for the DeWalt as any future bare tools I need are slightly cheaper than Milwaukee)
am11nn06/06/2020 11:52

The deal from Toolstation is better i feel - …The deal from Toolstation is better i feel - https://www.toolstation.com/dewalt-dck266m2t-gb-18v-xr-cordless-brushless-combi-drill-impact-driver-twin-pack/p88353


I picked that up with the recent £10 off and £80 spend... although had to travel 25 miles as none in stock near me.

from a full charge the batteries still show as full after building 6m * 1m by 0.6m sleepers raised bed
Could someone tell me what the difference is with the DCD795 and the DCD796 please? I like this deal as it comes with 3x3ah batteries and a good size case but also like the Toolstation kit with 4ah batteries
Is this a better deal for an occasional diy use...
toolstation.com/dew…637
Slightly less power and 2x2ah batteries. I get confused with the model number differences.
mart8207/06/2020 08:33

Could someone tell me what the difference is with the DCD795 and the …Could someone tell me what the difference is with the DCD795 and the DCD796 please? I like this deal as it comes with 3x3ah batteries and a good size case but also like the Toolstation kit with 4ah batteries


The 796 is the 2nd generation of brushless motors, the 795 is 1st generation, 2nd gen supposedly has 30% more power. Either way I’d go for the 796 if you can as it is newer.
cockers07/06/2020 10:20

The 796 is the 2nd generation of brushless motors, the 795 is 1st …The 796 is the 2nd generation of brushless motors, the 795 is 1st generation, 2nd gen supposedly has 30% more power. Either way I’d go for the 796 if you can as it is newer.


Ah ok that makes sense so for the same money I could be getting the newer model plus bigger batteries even tho it's only 2 batteries, a 3rd battery wouldn't be any advantage to me at this time as I don't have any other DeWalt bare units.
Thanks for the advice
mart8207/06/2020 10:37

Ah ok that makes sense so for the same money I could be getting the newer …Ah ok that makes sense so for the same money I could be getting the newer model plus bigger batteries even tho it's only 2 batteries, a 3rd battery wouldn't be any advantage to me at this time as I don't have any other DeWalt bare units.Thanks for the advice


If you are using the tools all day long then extra batteries are a must, if only for light/medium use you’ll be fine with 2, especially the 4ah as they will last for ages, and only take around 45 mins to charge from empty. Just keep one on the charger and rotate periodically
Yeah I'm not in the trade where I'm using them all the time so the 2 battery option sounds the better for me
Chuckstardeluxe07/06/2020 09:53

Is this a better deal for an occasional diy …Is this a better deal for an occasional diy use...https://www.toolstation.com/dewalt-dck2062d2t-gb-18v-xr-brushless-compact-combi-drill-impact-driver-twin-pack/p64637Slightly less power and 2x2ah batteries. I get confused with the model number differences.

Really depends on what you want to use them for, if only light use then personally this kit will be fine and save you money as well.

The 709 is a smaller and slightly lighter than the 795/796 so much better for getting into small cupboards/areas but also still pretty powerful for a smaller unit. I have the 709 and a 795 and do use the 709 for drilling into wood all day as it is lighter and does the job just fine, the 709 will go through concrete as well, but I would only go up to 6-7mm, it does struggle with anything wider especially hard concrete but will get there if you take your time, I just reach for a bigger drill when driving through concrete.

For light use the 2ah will be fine as well, also reduces weight quite a bit compared to the 4 and 5ah ones. Just keep one battery on charge whilst using the other one
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