Dewalt DC740KA 12v Professional Drill Driver, 2 Batteries and Carry Case was £223.25 now only £79.95 Amazon
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Dewalt DC740KA 12v Professional Drill Driver, 2 Batteries and Carry Case was £223.25 now only £79.95 Amazon

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Found 9th Nov 2008
Product Specifications

Voltage: 12
Power Source: Cordless


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Product Features
Powerful 12 Volt Drill Driver for drilling and screwdriving applications
Supplied with 1 hour Charger, 2 Batteries

11 Comments

that has to be the most over priced rrp i have ever seen for this drill . ...£223:whistling: , i paid £70 last year from robert dyas . good drill and quality batteries

Hmm that doesn't compare with the likes of this:

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I don't think Woolworths quality quite matches that of Dewalt. ?

12v, ****.. 18v is the way forward

Original Poster

handsomejackuk;3415062

cheaper here voted coldporfessional … cheaper here voted coldporfessional qualityhttp://www.woolworths.co.uk/web/jsp/product/index.jsp?pid=50919210



lol

yeah is cold cheaper elsewhere

krunchynutt;3415178

12v, ****.. 18v is the way forward



Errrm people do use different voltage drills for specific jobs... Would you want to be carrying round a heavy 18V drill just to put up some plasterboards? No you'd use a lighter drill. Thats why i have a mix of Makita 9.6V, 12V, and 18V drills to suit each purpose :-D

krunchynutt;3415178

12v, ****.. 18v is the way forward



not necessarily , if your doing alot of repetetive work this is ideal as its small and light. start going for the 18v and your have wrists like popeye. i only use the 18v for short periods like hammer drilling/ heavy duty screwing (150x10 screws) where you need that extra torque .

yeah,
thats right, the woolworths one is just as good as this, one, and a quarter the price dont see the point in buying that one overpriced. Does the same job

not a bargain
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