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DeWalt DCD778L2T-SFGB 18V 3.0Ah Li-Ion XR Brushless Cordless Combi Drill with 2 x 3.0Ah Batteries £129.99 @ Screwfix
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DeWalt DCD778L2T-SFGB 18V 3.0Ah Li-Ion XR Brushless Cordless Combi Drill with 2 x 3.0Ah Batteries £129.99 @ Screwfix

£129.99£149.9913%Screwfix Deals
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Posted 10th Feb

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Compact, ergonomic combi drill with 18V brushless motor and intelligent XR Li-ion technology for efficient applications. Features 13mm single sleeve chuck and spindle lock for quick and easy bit change with one hand, and intelligent trigger design for total control of application. Suitable for consistent screwdriving into a variety of materials and with different screw sizes. Bright white LED with delay feature for improved visibility and flashlight functionality.
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Wow I just paid £117 for this with 2x 2.0ah batts from screwfix as I got 10% off as new branch opened, not sure if my deal was better? great bit of kit for the money.
MartShoe10/02/2020 20:06

Wow I just paid £117 for this with 2x 2.0ah batts from screwfix as I got …Wow I just paid £117 for this with 2x 2.0ah batts from screwfix as I got 10% off as new branch opened, not sure if my deal was better? great bit of kit for the money.


Personally think the extra battery life is worth the extra money. The 2x2ah version I saw had slower charging batteries as well as being less power.
Edited by: "aliensbrains" 10th Feb
MartShoe10/02/2020 20:06

Wow I just paid £117 for this with 2x 2.0ah batts from screwfix as I got …Wow I just paid £117 for this with 2x 2.0ah batts from screwfix as I got 10% off as new branch opened, not sure if my deal was better? great bit of kit for the money.


Unless you are going to be maxing the drill out all the time like a grinding wheel or a polisher head etc then the main thing is having two batteries. One charging/charged and the other in use. A 3ah battery and a 2ah battery with 10 minutes of use left are the same so as long as your not draining one faster than the other charges I wouldnt worry. If it's just DIY use you will likely have a 2ah battery in it for weeks without switching to the other. The bigger 18v tools like the saws and grinder pull much higher current so the bigger the better as its annoying having to swap the battery out all the time, but drills are rarely run continuously under high loads. The 3ah set is probably a slightly better deal considering total ah for the money but if you dont need it then the £13 is better in your pocket I'm also a bit sceptical about the screwfix advertised charge times as normally the 2ah are advertised as 50mins on other sites, but this could be charger model dependent!
Edited by: "The_Ramrod" 10th Feb
I agree, although the weight issue is also a factor.
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