DeWalt Cordless 18V Li-Ion Combi Drill with 2 Batteries & Charger - £89.99 @ ScrewFix
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DeWalt Cordless 18V Li-Ion Combi Drill with 2 Batteries & Charger - £89.99 @ ScrewFix

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Found 19th Dec 2016Made hot 19th Dec 2016
Only £10.00 saving but always (you can spend it for something else).

Features
- 2 x 1.5Ah Li-Ion Batteries
- 2-Speed Variable & Reverse
- 30min Charge Time
- 13mm Keyless Chuck
- 15 Torque Settings + Drill + Hammer Drill
- All-Metal Gearing
- Electronic Brake
- Rubber-Coated Grip
- Automatic Spindle Lock

13 Comments

Awesome was gonna go pick this up at full price this week, thanks!

Anyone know if the Stanley fatmax range can use the batteries and vice versa. They look super similar.

good find op, heat added

James_Polarbear

Anyone know if the Stanley fatmax range can use the batteries and vice … Anyone know if the Stanley fatmax range can use the batteries and vice versa. They look super similar.



​I'm not sure but I suspect this is exactly the same as the Stanley Fatmax drill a few weeks ago at Homebase/Argos (£69.99). Stanley and De Walt are part of the same. I bought that drill, it's been great.

1.5 AH batteries will not last long with an 18v drill.

donaldduck2

1.5 AH batteries will not last long with an 18v drill.



Good thing it comes with 2 batteries then

Original Poster

midiman

Good thing it comes with 2 batteries then


I thought the same Good point.

James_Polarbear

Anyone know if the Stanley fatmax range can use the batteries and vice … Anyone know if the Stanley fatmax range can use the batteries and vice versa. They look super similar.


I've got both (one at home the other at work) and I keep forgetting to check oO
I'll try to remember to bring the battery in!

£75 ex-vat, mint price if your work have a trade account!

Gutted just bought one of these last week - awesome drill!

donaldduck2

1.5 AH batteries will not last long with an 18v drill.



Although I don't disagree that 1.5Ah is a relatively small capacity, the voltage is irrelevant to how long it lasts. An 18V 1.5 Amp hour means a battery capable of outputting 1.5 amps for an hour at 18V. This equates to 27 Watt-hours. A 10.8V 1.5 Ah battery equates to 16.2 Watt-hours. So, in fact, you can do 66% more work with an 18V 1.5Ah than a 10.8V 1.5Ah...

colourpie

I've got both (one at home the other at work) and I keep forgetting to … I've got both (one at home the other at work) and I keep forgetting to check oOI'll try to remember to bring the battery in!



​That would be ace if you could let me know. I've got some fatmax stuff but dewalt stuff is sometimes cheaper so it would be handy to swap batteries about!

Any good deals on an impact?
Thanks
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