DeWalt D25133K 2kg SDS+ with carry case 240V £60 Delivered from Toolstop
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DeWalt D25133K 2kg SDS+ with carry case 240V £60 Delivered from Toolstop

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Found 31st Jan 2016
Apply Code "DEW20" at basket to get price down from £75 to £60. Code works on some other Dewalt tools also.

Entry level SDS, seems to be well regarded by users. Comes with a hard plastic carry case. My old Bosch equivalent is still ok so won't be buying. For those that haven't used an SDS, these machines are excellent at tackling masonry and have a chisel function too for removing tiles or rendering and such.
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good find op, heat
Great deal! Got one as a spare as too good to miss out. Thanks OP
Ordered and a Jacobs keyless chuck with adaptor on special offer to go with it. Thank you notos for posting.
so this one has no chuck?

Also I saw someone review this and say it needs 'transformer' does anyone know what this means? thanks
It means it runs on 110v ac and would require a transformer like the yellow ones tradesmen use,
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freezingheat

so this one has no chuck?Also I saw someone review this and say it needs … so this one has no chuck?Also I saw someone review this and say it needs 'transformer' does anyone know what this means? thanks


110V models need a transformer, but this is a 240V model, so you'll be fine to plug it straight into the wall as normal. It has an SDS chuck designed to take SDS bits. You can, as danaldduck2 has done, add an additional chuck to take regular bits

Edited by: "notos" 31st Jan 2016
ah thats great, thanks guys
Bargain price.
Thanks to the OP for posting this, but you can buy a SDS mains powered drill from Lidl for £40 and it will have a
3 YEAR Warranty, I think Parkside power tools are as good as most of the DIY brands and a lot better then some of them.
just got one thanks, not a massive reduction on current prices looking sideways on google, but a reasonable reduction non the less and saved a few more pounds when combined with the 4 sds bits. I think I will take DeWalt over Lidls Parkside brand snobbery or not. DeWalt maybe not as good as they used to be but having borrowed my friends DeWalt sds drill last week I can confirm it performed admirably well.
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donaldduck2

Ordered and a Jacobs keyless chuck with adaptor on special offer to go … Ordered and a Jacobs keyless chuck with adaptor on special offer to go with it. Thank you notos for posting.




Ermmmm.... this would destroy a keyless chuck, surely.
And the £1.64 cash back is tracking.
smugjojo

Ermmmm.... this would destroy a keyless chuck, surely.



Not if you are using it set up for wood bits with the hammer action disabled.
had one like this - with an aditional normal type chuck - never used it and in my opinion not worth having, if this was your only drill then perhaps, but If you have a battery drill and this then you should never need anything else for drilling, well worth £60 if you do a bit of DIY
Heat
Great price for this - heat!
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SCOUSEKEVIN

Thanks to the OP for posting this, but you can buy a SDS mains powered … Thanks to the OP for posting this, but you can buy a SDS mains powered drill from Lidl for £40 and it will have a 3 YEAR Warranty, I think Parkside power tools are as good as most of the DIY brands and a lot better then some of them.


This Dewalt is a professionally rated drill and comes, as with all Dewalt power tools a 3 year warranty, Parkside are a budget Chinese home use rated supplier for Aldi and their warranty does not cover professional use. The excellent stackable heavy duty case supplied with the Dewalt is worth the £20 difference alone.
Just received order dispatched email and a £10 off voucher for February.
Had one similar model to this, same make killed it after half an hour of hammer use... Was not impressed at all. Bosch pro ones I had would get burn hot, once cooled would run and run... This one hot once and dead...Maybe just unlucky....
Anthonis

Had one similar model to this, same make killed it after half an hour of … Had one similar model to this, same make killed it after half an hour of hammer use... Was not impressed at all. Bosch pro ones I had would get burn hot, once cooled would run and run... This one hot once and dead...Maybe just unlucky....



Good job it comes with a 3 year warranty then.
donaldduck2

Good job it comes with a 3 year warranty then.


You are right here, but when you buy pro range you actually expect it to last and be abused... In a trade you have tools to do jobs... aint interested in a tool which travels for repair every week Btw eventually it started loosing hammering force so had drill only use..

Light chiselling sucH as tiles are fine. Over heats quickly if used for channeling screed or similar:(.
Recently used one for a 125mm core cutter in concrete block. Took it in 5 minute stages(10 min rest) and it was fine.
In other words good for DIY market where limitations won't matter.
For sds impact drilling it is perfect and goes into concrete very easily at 10mm or less.
Hot for this price....
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