DeWalt DC756KA 12V Cordless Drill Driver £40 @ Screwfix
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DeWalt DC756KA 12V Cordless Drill Driver £40 @ Screwfix

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Found 7th Dec 2013
Bargain and available with free delivery.

Powerful, compact and lightweight, with all-metal gearbox. Chuck features automatic spindle lock. Supplied with carry case. 2 x 2.0Ah Ni-Cd Batteries2-Speed1hr Charger13mm Ratcheting Chuck17 Torque SettingsFan-Cooled MotorElectric BrakeRubber-Coated GripProduct contents:
DC756, 2 x batteries, charger.Specifications:
Max. drilling capacity in wood 28mm, steel 13mm. Max. torque 35Nm soft. Overall length 225mm. Weight 2kg.
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Also the 18V version available here for £50!!
Good price for branded entry level drill
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Also the 18V version available here for £50!!


Not in stock for delivery
Arousing
wow what a price hot!!!!!!
The price is low because it has 'old-fashioned' NiCd. instead of NiMH or Lithium batteries.
Great price and ordered together with the Titan drill bit set for £5 here.
my old de walt was nicd and it lasted over 6 years!!!!!!!
Oos everywhere daaaarrrrnnnn
Great drill, I have one, + 2 batteries bargain
Millions of Screwfix threads today... no stock anywhere near
No stock
got the last 1 in burton, thanks just need to learn to use it now haha
1 in stock in Hull and in Doncaster
oos
chipper12

my old de walt was nicd and it lasted over 6 years!!!!!!!


I have a similar experience, mate. My deWalt 18v has been BRILL and I think it cost me £80 at the time, but do you know..... it is THAT good that it was worth the £80!
Hot for me!
Edited by: "Videoman" 8th Dec 2013
1 in Bedford still.
I got one!

Nice work!
not expited, 1 in Briton, 1 in Lewes, I just got tyhe last 1 in Greenhithe
Great deal, and one that I was able to get Aylesbury so well pleased.Just wanted a smaller one for assembly tasks, which my 24v hammer drill is too big & heavy for.Quality made with all metal gearing, 1hr fast charger, and yes the batteries are 'old tech' nicads, but if you use on a regular basis or condition them they'll last for years, plus they're 2.0ah so plenty of power & running time.If you're new to these just remember they reach full capacity until after a few FULL charge/discharge cycles, and if not using for a time drain the battery completely (just tape the trigger) and then fully charge and keep indoors rather than a cold shed.Obviously the battery will drain slowly whilst stored, so if not used within around 8 weeks then just repeat.I use them quite a lot so my natural usage looks after the battery, or in this case, batteries as you get 2, perfect!
I know it's expired but thanks Op.
It's stilllisted on the screwfix web site but I can't find one anywhere
back in stock! just got 1 in orpington but there is another in charlton se london
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