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Dewalt D21805 110V Corded Hammer Drill £39.95 + £7.95 P + P
Dewalt D21805 110V Corded Hammer Drill £39.95 + £7.95 P + P

Dewalt D21805 110V Corded Hammer Drill £39.95 + £7.95 P + P

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DEWALT D21805 110V 770W PERCUSSION DRILL WITH KEYED CHUCK

********DONT MISS THIS OFFER!!********

LIST £287.88 INC VAT

OUR PRICE ONLY £39.95 INC VAT

AVAILABLE IN 110V ONLY AND FIRST COME FIRST SERVED!

Features:

Two speed gearbox for increased torque
Improved drilling performance due to new motor wind
Improved ergonomics with new polymer gear case
New gear design to give improved life
Improved unit life with patented armature support


Specifications
Chuck Capacity 1.5-13 mm
Power Input 770 Watts
Power Output 425 Watts
No Load Speed 0-1100 / 0-2700 rpm
Max. Drilling Capacity [Wood] 35 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity [Steel] 13 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity [Concrete] 20 mm
Spindle Thread 1/2" X 20 U.N.F
Weight 2.3 kg
Length 352 mm
Height 199 mm
Blows per Minute 0-18700 / 0-45900 bpm

Standard:
Multi-position side handle
Depth stop
Keyed chuck

8 Comments

Has you used this shop before willhollin ?

Original Poster

Yes edi, I can assure you they are excellent, next day delivery and excellent customer service. However I have found it cheaper so try this one instead!

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willhollin

Yes edi, I can assure you they are excellent, next day delivery and … Yes edi, I can assure you they are excellent, next day delivery and excellent customer service. However I have found it cheaper so try this one instead!]http://www.toolshopdirect.co.uk/item.php?store=&c1=&c2=1799&sn=D21805LX&atb=y



OK.. thanks

Hi

Don't forget though peeps, It's 110 Volts so you'll need a transformer. Obviously it won't just plug into a normal mains socket without a transformer, if you try it'll blow up.

Cracking deal though!!:thumbsup:

FH

If you can plug a 110v plug into a 240v socket you are a very impressive person as they are completely different.

Yeah I've seen people cut off 110v plugs and put 240v plug tops on. Then they wonder why it stops working.

I've seen people do it too, that's why i mentioned it.

in addition to the fact that you will need to buy a transformer to use this, it is also a pain because it has a keyed chuck. a keyless chuck makes life much easier.

the need for a transformer alone should put the average diyer off, they're heavy and cumbersome, and cost about £50 from screwfix.

check out screwfix and you'll find some decent mains powered keyless chuck drills for not much more than this. word of warning though, you definitely get what you pay for with power drills.
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