DeWalt 18V Cordless Combi Drill + 3 Batteries + 1 Hour Charger - Was £229.99, Now £116.99 with Code - Screwfix

DeWalt 18V Cordless Combi Drill + 3 Batteries + 1 Hour Charger - Was £229.99, Now £116.99 with Code - Screwfix

Found 24th Mar 2012
Great price with the 10% off code of ECLA812.

And it comes with 3 batteries!! Loads of 5* reviews. BARGAIN!!

Exceptional value for money, powerful, high torque combination tool for drilling, hammer drilling and screwdriving. Light and comfortable to hold, and with LED worklight for optimum illumination. Supplied with 3 x batteries for less downtime on-the-job and heavy duty carry case.

3 x 1.3Ah Ni-Cd Batteries
2-Speed Variable & Reverse
1hr Charger
13mm Keyless Chuck
17 Torque Settings
Fan Cooled Motor
All Metal Gearing
Electric Brake
Rubber-Coated Grip
Replaceable Brushes
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Product contents:
DC100KA3-GB, 3 x batteries, charger, carry case.

Max. drilling capacity in masonry 13mm, wood 38mm, steel 13mm. Max. torque 44Nm. No load at speed 1: 0-500. No load at speed 2: 0-1700rpm. Overall length 225mm. Weight 2.16kg.
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only sold by screwfix?
I'm not saying it's bad value at this price but no one would seriously pay £220 for a £100 drill and 3 x Nicad batteries surely?!?!

I suspect it's a special that only Screwfix ever had on offer and had it marked at the original price for 28 consecutive days in the last 6 months to then be able to show a genuine saving.

Not voting either way on this.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 24th Mar 2012
Ni-Cd = sucks

Thats why it is so cheap. Look for NiMh if you care about durability.
you need lithiums not cads
The multiple feedback suggests there is no concern about the batteries as you get three of them and they hold their charge well and last a long time. Even tradesmen are impressed with it. For DIY use and light to medium trade use this set is ideal. For heavy DAILY use yes, maybe you should go for lithium batteries but the fact is you still get THREE batteries with this pack so will never be lost for power.

Simple choice really - if you want lithium based drill then you're looking at around £300 - £400, plus another £100 to £150 for a second battery. Or this deal with 3 batteries for a third of the price of a lithium drill with ONE battery.

Yes, you get what you pay for but 18v lithium batteries cost £100 to £150 EACH!
Edited by: "Phila4" 25th Mar 2012
I'm torn between this one, this one and this one.
Edited by: "Sponge" 26th Mar 2012
get a makita
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