Dewalt D25013N Dewalt Tradesman SDS+ Hammer Drill (240v or 110v) + Free Drill Bit Set (ITS) £76.94 @ ITS
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Dewalt D25013N Dewalt Tradesman SDS+ Hammer Drill (240v or 110v) + Free Drill Bit Set (ITS) £76.94 @ ITS

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Found 31st Aug 2017Edited by:"dozstanford"
The
Makita is 750w where as this is only 650w, both however have the same
concrete and metal drilling capacities and BPM. The Makita however
offers 2.3j of impact energy where as this is only 1.8j and the Makita
has a case, where as this does not... an idea for a cheap case....
(https://www.its.co.uk/pd/12012-Vaunt-390mm-Aluminium-Tool-Case-_VNT12012.htm)

Power Supply: Corded
Product Weight: 2.3 KG
Voltage110v or 240v
Includes Case: No
Wattage: 650 Watt
MotorChuck Type: SDS+ Fitting
Drilling Modes: Rotary, Rotary Hammer & Chiselling
Speed Control: Variable Speed
Reverse Control: Reverse Action
Impact Energy: 1.8j Impact Energy
Blows Per Minute: 4550
Drilling Capacity 30mm (Wood), 13mm (Metal), 22mm (Concrete)
No Load Speed: (RPM)1550

Base price is £71.99
Delivery is £4.95
Use
code DB17C at checkout to claim a free drill bit set worth £14.99 (Not
sure what these are but believe they are combi drill bits, Vaunt
branded)

Branch locations for collection are its.co.uk/Bra…htm

This
drill is for drilling into brick/concrete and removing tiles and
plaster on brick, this is not a breaker/demolition drill and if you try
to use it on postcrete you will be there all day.
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be careful when using as a light chisel. Gets very hot very quickly. Don't even think about using this as any form of breaker.
But for holes in the toughest materials - brill!
So basically, OP wants us to buy the Makita
I’d just point out to buyers that for home use you’re going to need the 240v unless you have a transformer
Or save the hassle of dragging around a heavy transformer and buy an rcd plug adapter for around a tenner, and thats only if your sockets at home aren't already rcd protected.

This drill is great, ive had one for years.
Edited by: "MrHappy37" 1st Sep 2017
dozstanford3 h, 19 m ago

I'd just like to point out for any use a 110v power tool requires a 110v …I'd just like to point out for any use a 110v power tool requires a 110v transformer, not just at home ! I'd also like to point out that a 110v power tool isn't going to kill you if the cable gets damaged during use and I would recommend that anyone who performs any sort of DIY above and beyond assembling flat packed furniture should seriously consider switching to 110v tools as a transformer can cost as little as £50, considering an estimated 200,000 people end up in A&E a year through DIY (obviously not all related to electric shocks) every precaution helps.


You’re the OP. Put it in the main post if you’re that passionate
Edited by: "Russonf" 1st Sep 2017
It's worth noting the Makita doesn't have a chiseling / rotary stop mode so that could be a deal breaker for some anyway.
Good drill, I have used one for many years now. Never. Let me down enough power for most people's needs
Russonf17 h, 31 m ago

So basically, OP wants us to buy the Makita



Well done for the OP for taking the trouble to give us some useful information rather than just regurgitating the marketing drivel from the web page, like most people do (despite being asked not to).

Russonf8 h, 47 m ago

I’d just point out to buyers that for home use you’re going to need the 240 …I’d just point out to buyers that for home use you’re going to need the 240v unless you have a transformer



Nah - connect the 110V version to the mains and you instantly get more than four times the power!
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