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DEWALT DCD776D2T- GB 18V 2.0AH LI-ION XR CORDLESS COMBI DRILL £99.99 @ Screwfix
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DEWALT DCD776D2T- GB 18V 2.0AH LI-ION XR CORDLESS COMBI DRILL £99.99 @ Screwfix

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Posted 26th Aug 2018

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Compact drill driver with XR Li-ion battery technology, designed for efficiency and making applications faster. Improved ergonomic design and rubber grip increases user comfort and provides maximum control. Supplied with multi-voltage charger for all XR Li-ion slide pack batteries. Supplied in a TSTAK kit box. Manufactured in the UK.

  • 2 x 2.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries
  • 90min Charge Time
  • Max. Torque: 42Nm
  • 15 Torque Settings + Drill + Hammer Drill
  • 13mm Keyless Chuck
  • 2-Speed & Reverse
  • All-Metal Gearing
  • Electronic Brake
  • LED Work Light
  • Spindle Lock

introductory offer valid until 02/09/18. Future selling price will be £119.99.
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Tool police out again...(annoyed)
If you pay £400 you can get a top of the range Milwaukee....blah blah... that’s what you need for a shelf in the back bedroom blah blah.
42Nm is more than enough for the DIYer
I’ve got two of these... 1 with 1.5Ah and 1 with 2 Ah... perfectly balanced.
All day building a workbench and putting up shelves in the garage.... never needed more power and never ran out of charge as there is always one battery on charge.
Heat from me for he DIYer.... tool police and professionals need to buy the Milwaukee
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Been this price for a while
Not the best of drills in all honesty, I would save a bit more to get a makita personally. Dewalt tools are only worth buying if made in the USA and this one is uk made. Not slaying homebrew tools but dewalt wise it’s always best to go USA as the tools made there are built to last better than those made elsewhere with a dewalt badge slapped on it
For some tho this will be the perfect drill for home use, better than the challenge or Titan brand for sure. Didn’t mean previous comment to seem bad towards it, I’ve just owned previous iterations and don’t stand up to grief well. Good deal tho as it’s £20 off usual price so heat added
What an horrificly rubbish combi drill. 42nm max, seriously. Wise up people, this is not hot.
what you recommend?
Tool police out again...(annoyed)
If you pay £400 you can get a top of the range Milwaukee....blah blah... that’s what you need for a shelf in the back bedroom blah blah.
42Nm is more than enough for the DIYer
I’ve got two of these... 1 with 1.5Ah and 1 with 2 Ah... perfectly balanced.
All day building a workbench and putting up shelves in the garage.... never needed more power and never ran out of charge as there is always one battery on charge.
Heat from me for he DIYer.... tool police and professionals need to buy the Milwaukee
Or build yourself a bundle and get companies to price match if one of the components of the bundle is cheaper elsewhere. Got myself some decent kit that way
This is the low range budget version.
sul26/08/2018 16:48

This is the low range budget version.


And your point is.....? This is a good deal for DIYers on a budget.... not joe bloggs builder thrashing it all day every day... like I said go and buy a Milwaukee and leave this for me and the other mortals.
Pointlessusername26th Aug 2018

And your point is.....? This is a good deal for DIYers on a budget.... not …And your point is.....? This is a good deal for DIYers on a budget.... not joe bloggs builder thrashing it all day every day... like I said go and buy a Milwaukee and leave this for me and the other mortals.


Well the point is this is the going price for this drill so no real deal. Real deal is like the big boy drill that was posted here last week for the same price which was brushless.
Im merely pointing out that just because this particular one is dewalt doesn't mean its a good machine. I really dont care what you want to purchase
willllllllll26/08/2018 16:09

What an horrificly rubbish combi drill. 42nm max, seriously. Wise up …What an horrificly rubbish combi drill. 42nm max, seriously. Wise up people, this is not hot.


I see you are a ‚spec on paper’ warrior

Higher number = automaticaly more better
People should really just be voting on this if it is a better price than competitors rather than the quality compared to different brands.
Krizzo326/08/2018 18:00

I see you are a ‚spec on paper’ warrior :DHigher number = automaticaly mor …I see you are a ‚spec on paper’ warrior :DHigher number = automaticaly more better


No torque is torque, dont be thick. As soon as you meet a tight screw with 42nm youll realise it's not far from useless. You get 67 from Bosch's equivalent at same price! Sometimes even £10 less than this.
Edited by: "willllllllll" 26th Aug 2018
willllllllll26/08/2018 22:09

No torque is torque, dont be thick. As soon as you meet a tight screw with …No torque is torque, dont be thick. As soon as you meet a tight screw with 42nm youll realise it's not far from useless. You get 67 from Bosch's equivalent at same price! Sometimes even £10 less than this.


Hah

Test both in real life

Those are just numbers, measured in a non-standardised way, they could as well say 9999999nm
Edited by: "Krizzo3" 26th Aug 2018
jplewis7626/08/2018 16:43

Or build yourself a bundle and get companies to price match if one of the …Or build yourself a bundle and get companies to price match if one of the components of the bundle is cheaper elsewhere. Got myself some decent kit that way


Can you name some of those companies? Maybe worth a try.
Krizzo326/08/2018 23:03

HahTest both in real lifeThose are just numbers, measured in a …HahTest both in real lifeThose are just numbers, measured in a non-standardised way, they could as well say 9999999nm


That's like saying bhp is just numbers in car power. Torque is pretty critical in a screwdriver.
Edited by: "andyb83" 27th Aug 2018
trex26/08/2018 23:19

Can you name some of those companies? Maybe worth a try.


Toolden, UK Planet Tools, ffx, power tool world...
andyb8327/08/2018 15:06

That's like saying bhp is just numbers in car power. Torque is pretty …That's like saying bhp is just numbers in car power. Torque is pretty critical in a screwdriver.


Bhp in cars is tested under standardised testing conditions

Its just like putting a 10000watt badge on an amp that is proctected with 20a fuse
Krizzo327/08/2018 20:57

Bhp in cars is tested under standardised testing conditionsIts just like …Bhp in cars is tested under standardised testing conditionsIts just like putting a 10000watt badge on an amp that is proctected with 20a fuse


No, it's really nothing like that. Torque is very easy to measure. Part of my job includes testing power tools for use in a large manufacturing company, the figures are accurate and extremely relevant.
Krizzo326/08/2018 18:00

I see you are a ‚spec on paper’ warrior :DHigher number = automaticaly mor …I see you are a ‚spec on paper’ warrior :DHigher number = automaticaly more better


Erm, thats kinda how things work! Have you ever even used a drill to do grown up things?
andyb8311 h, 36 m ago

No, it's really nothing like that. Torque is very easy to measure. Part of …No, it's really nothing like that. Torque is very easy to measure. Part of my job includes testing power tools for use in a large manufacturing company, the figures are accurate and extremely relevant.


I don’t believe it

Each to their own
sul27/08/2018 22:28

Erm, thats kinda how things work! Have you ever even used a drill to do …Erm, thats kinda how things work! Have you ever even used a drill to do grown up things?



Stud was sufficient so far
Krizzo328/08/2018 09:36

Stud was sufficient so far


I rest my case.
You should just buy the kids toy bosch drill from argos for a few quid and be done with it. Cos torque dont matter right. Lol
sul28/08/2018 13:20

I rest my case. You should just buy the kids toy bosch drill from argos …I rest my case. You should just buy the kids toy bosch drill from argos for a few quid and be done with it. Cos torque dont matter right. Lol


Torque on paper don’t

Real do

Screw and let others screw
Krizzo328/08/2018 19:23

Torque on paper don’tReal doScrew and let others screw


Eh?
sul50 m ago

Eh?


Go fu your hat
willllllllll26th Aug

No torque is torque, dont be thick. As soon as you meet a tight screw with …No torque is torque, dont be thick. As soon as you meet a tight screw with 42nm youll realise it's not far from useless. You get 67 from Bosch's equivalent at same price! Sometimes even £10 less than this.


have you got a link to this bosch drill ?
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