DeWalt DC756KA 12V Cordless Drill Driver with 2 x 2Ah Batteries & charger £49.99 or less @ Screwfix
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DeWalt DC756KA 12V Cordless Drill Driver with 2 x 2Ah Batteries & charger £49.99 or less @ Screwfix

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Found 23rd May 2009Made hot 28th May 2009
Shipping is free over £50 so add something cheap to get there (red wallplugs 45p 13209) will do.
Cant link it but take a look in Vouchers for a discount coupon!

Powerful, compact and lightweight, with all-metal gearbox. Chuck features automatic spindle lock. Supplied with carry case. 1 Year warranty,
2 x 2.0Ah Ni-Cd Batteries
1hr Charger
2-Speed
13mm Ratcheting Chuck
17 Torque Settings
Electric Brake
Fan-Cooled Motor
Rubber-Coated Grip
DC756, 2 x batteries, charger.

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Original Poster

http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/25/p4770025_x.jpg

screwfix.com/pro…ver

10% off code EC1103767 valid to 12pm 26.05.02

or for £59.99 DeWalt D21710KSF-SFGB Twinpack (if they have stock)?????????

Complete drilling kit including 600W percussion drill and 12V drill driver.

* 600W Percussion Drill
* 13mm Keyed Chuck
* Variable Speed & Reverse
* Depth Stop
* 12V Drill Driver
* 10mm Keyless Chuck
* 2 x 1.3Ah Batteries
* 20Nm Torque




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Original Poster

The twin pack is out of stock.

If you check the spec you will find this single drill is not the same model as the twin pack, it has bigger batteries, higher torque, bigger chuck, higher drilling capacity & higher speed.

MikeT;5296879



this is very very confusing ..... if its this drill its a bargain or if its the drill in the OP its not a deal.
on screwfix home page they show two DIFFERENT DRILLS ( CONFUSING) and if its the drill in the case im getting it but when you click on that item it takes you to the much cheaper looking drill . doesanyone know which drill it is your suppose to be getting!

MikeT;5296879



just phoned screwfix and its definately not this one in the case ( would of been a steal for £50) but the much much cheaper looking one which is no big deal at all IMO

Original Poster

I have removed the image of the drill in a case from the deal, trust screwfix to mess up the images.

Original Poster

Still this drill is selling for between £80 (ebay) and £280 elseware, so a good price

MikeT;5297517

Still this drill is selling for between £80 (ebay) and £280 elseware, so a … Still this drill is selling for between £80 (ebay) and £280 elseware, so a good price



So could I put a higher specification graphics card in this, say a GTX 295 and hook up to a 24inch screen through HDMI and use primarily as a gaming machine?

( can't let a Mike T post go by without some form of 3rd party silly hardware query )


Just messin' - nice deal, usual H&R

cheers

switched the dewalt twin pack for the makita twin pack yesterday at screwfix shop
now this has got me thinking being 13mm and 2.0ah pity its not a combi
maybe thats next from screwfix

MikeT;5297005

The twin pack is out of stock.If you check the spec you will find this … The twin pack is out of stock.If you check the spec you will find this single drill is not the same model as the twin pack, it has bigger batteries, higher torque, bigger chuck, higher drilling capacity & higher speed.



Now showing in stock. Spend 5 quids more and get a hammer drill on top! :thumbsup:

(but sadly with no carry case )

I've got a Worx drill which is identical to this, apart from the colour and logo obviously , so I'm guessing it's rebadged. Got great reviews in Which and I rate it highly.

Any builders know if Worx and de Walt make the same gear ?

There's a similar one in Argos now. 14.4v but only one battery

argos.co.uk/sta…htm

I must admit I need a drill but know nowt about them, what does the 12v bit mean, are some drills more powerful? Will this do the majority of any home DIY jobs? cheers. :roll:

Gone up to £111.01.

jertzy;5339071

I must admit I need a drill but know nowt about them, what does the 12v … I must admit I need a drill but know nowt about them, what does the 12v bit mean, are some drills more powerful? Will this do the majority of any home DIY jobs? cheers. :roll:



12 volts
generally, the higher the voltage, the more torque, but not always the case. A proffesional quality 12v will do better than an 18 volt cheapy
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