DeWalt DCD796M2-GB 18V Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 4.0Ah £154.98 @ Toolstation
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DeWalt DCD796M2-GB 18V Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 4.0Ah £154.98 @ Toolstation

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Posted 13th JunEdited by:"PennyTrader"
As above.

Good price on this combi drill

Use code JUNE19 to get it at this price

Ultra compact, lightweight design allows use in confined spaces.
• 2 x 4.0Ah XR Li-Ion batteries
• 2 speed all metal gearbox
• Brushless motor
• 15 torque settings
• 13mm keyless metal chuck
• Max torque: 70Nm
• Power output 460W
• Beats per minute: 0-9350/34000bpm
• No load speed: 0-550/2000rpm
• Maximum drilling capacity: wood 40mm, masonry 13mm, steel 13mm
Supplied with 60 minute charger, TSTAK kitbox, steel belt clip and tough magnetic bit holder.
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Hot !
Batteries are worth £95-£100 alone for 2 .
Bare unit drill £75
Charger £29.99
T-stack box £14.99
Hot
Edited by: "yozzman1234" 13th Jun
yozzman123413/06/2019 09:56

Hot ! Batteries are worth £95-£100 alone for 2 . Bare unit drill £75 Ch …Hot ! Batteries are worth £95-£100 alone for 2 . Bare unit drill £75 Charger £29.99T-stack box £14.99Hot


Just what I wanted to say, it's hot hot - been looking at pricing for individual items to make kit last night, one 4 ah and one 2h battery tho. At the end was like, meh I will check tomorrow, glad I did
Showing £179.98 !!
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Oh sorry my mistake with code: JUNE19
That's a really good deal on a top drill. Nice find OP
Awesome! I bought this a couple of weeks ago for £145 but that only came with 2 x 2ah batteries. Just ordered this and will return my current drill. Thanks Op!
hbond198913/06/2019 11:24

Awesome! I bought this a couple of weeks ago for £145 but that only came …Awesome! I bought this a couple of weeks ago for £145 but that only came with 2 x 2ah batteries. Just ordered this and will return my current drill. Thanks Op!


Hope you've not used the drill then otherwise that's a bit rubbish of you to return it
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 13th Jun
Great price. One issue with the 796 is that the chuck can work loose when it is used on the high speed setting. The abrupt stopping causing the chuck to loosen. I had read about this in reviews and my drill does exactly the same.

I paid this buying separates but with 2 * 2ah batteries. I bought a DCB118 charger instead of the usual DCB115 charger as it charges faster.
Edited by: "Zaxxan" 13th Jun
Excellent find, just ordered one
Can't say I've experienced the loose chuck issue, or have heard about it. Have abused mine since the day I bought it and it's been solid in every aspect.
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 13th Jun
Wizzfizz13/06/2019 11:39

Can't say I've experienced the loose chuck issue, or have heard about it. …Can't say I've experienced the loose chuck issue, or have heard about it. Have abused mine since the day I bought it and it's been solid in every aspect.


There are videos on YouTube. It happens on the DCD795 as well.
Zaxxan13/06/2019 11:45

There are videos on YouTube. It happens on the DCD795 as well.


Might have been some of a bad batch then? Like I say each of mine have been solid and the fellers on site that use this model haven't spoken about such issues.
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 13th Jun
I haven't had mine long. I'll see if I can tighten the chuck more the next time I use it, never had a problem with my old Worx drill though.
Wizzfizz13/06/2019 11:25

Hope you've not used the drill then otherwise that's a bit rubbish of you …Hope you've not used the drill then otherwise that's a bit rubbish of you to return it


Nah, luckily I've been procrastinating on my list of things to do around the house. Don't worry, they checked the contents thoroughly and it helped that the counter guy remembered me and our discussion over whether I should get the 2 x 2ah or spend a bit more for the 2 x 4ah model - it ended with him saying I had 30 days to return.
I'd like this drill, but I think I'd be throwing money away on those batteries. For occasional DIY probably better with a lighter single 2AH battery, and keep the extra money to buy a replacement battery in the future when it has degraded too much
Bought this a while ago with 2x 2ah batteries. Its a great piece of kit and the batteries last ages and charge quickly too. 4ah will last longer but are heavier and bulkier so something to consider.
stringsonfire13/06/2019 12:22

I'd like this drill, but I think I'd be throwing money away on those …I'd like this drill, but I think I'd be throwing money away on those batteries. For occasional DIY probably better with a lighter single 2AH battery, and keep the extra money to buy a replacement battery in the future when it has degraded too much


Yup, a 4ah battery in a brushless drill pretty much lasts me all day in my job as a joiner, so for diy it's overkill. The 2ah will be ideal and like you say lighter into the bargain. One good thing about the big batteries on site is they aren't as easy to tip over when you set them down, but that isn't an issue for diy use.
1 x 2ah plus 1 x 4ah would have been ideal, but it just seemed to be a waste not to get the 2 x 4ah and return my 2 x 2ah pack for only £10 more. Also my 2 x 2ah kit was dated 2018 meaning the batteries had already one year of sitting idle.
hbond198913/06/2019 14:02

1 x 2ah plus 1 x 4ah would have been ideal, but it just seemed to be a …1 x 2ah plus 1 x 4ah would have been ideal, but it just seemed to be a waste not to get the 2 x 4ah and return my 2 x 2ah pack for only £10 more. Also my 2 x 2ah kit was dated 2018 meaning the batteries had already one year of sitting idle.


The batteries would have been fine sitting idle. they would have had some charge in them anyway. This is a plus of Li-Ion technology
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 13th Jun
Hot for me, many thanks just ordered
stringsonfire13/06/2019 12:22

I'd like this drill, but I think I'd be throwing money away on those …I'd like this drill, but I think I'd be throwing money away on those batteries. For occasional DIY probably better with a lighter single 2AH battery, and keep the extra money to buy a replacement battery in the future when it has degraded too much


I prefer the 2ah, lighter and lasts a long time for the average DIYer and with a DCB118 charger can be charged in 30 minutes. I have four of them for a drill, impact driver, multi-tool and one in the charger.
Edited by: "Zaxxan" 13th Jun
Indeed. I'm happier with the smaller 2ah batteries for a home DIY environment, as they last a long time on the job, plus having two of them, you'll always have one charged ready to swap. They also make the drill less bulky and weighty, which for certain jobs is a bonus.

Buying into the ecosystem with this deal is fantastic though, the bigger batteries can also be used for the more demanding tools.

Fantastic deal.

Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 13th Jun
Max torque: 70Nm , Milwaukee are 135Nm and not much difference in price.
rhodyate13/06/2019 18:50

Max torque: 70Nm , Milwaukee are 135Nm and not much difference in …Max torque: 70Nm , Milwaukee are 135Nm and not much difference in price.


Link to this similar deal that includes 2 x 4ah, charger and case please?
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 13th Jun
rhodyate13/06/2019 18:50

Max torque: 70Nm , Milwaukee are 135Nm and not much difference in …Max torque: 70Nm , Milwaukee are 135Nm and not much difference in price.


Yes That's for the price for the bare drill only
For people looking to buy a combi drill for the occasional use, you most definitely don't need one with two batteries. A great deal nonetheless so heat from me!
I paid £174 last week
Hot from me! Nice find Op.
June19 not working for me now
Edited by: "wozie1" 25th Jun
wozie125/06/2019 13:46

June19 not working for me now


That's because the promotion ended on Sunday (23rd).
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 25th Jun
Wizzfizz25/06/2019 13:49

That's because the promotion ended on Sunday (23rd).


Bummer thanks
Harps_Reehal14/06/2019 19:16

I paid £174 last week


Quick question mate, does the battery holds the full grip on yours or it feels a bit loose once slid onto drill?
Mine seems to wobble little bit.
Dakillah25/06/2019 21:09

Quick question mate, does the battery holds the full grip on yours or it …Quick question mate, does the battery holds the full grip on yours or it feels a bit loose once slid onto drill?Mine seems to wobble little bit.


Yes they dont seem to have designed it very well. The battery felt loose and the reverse and forward button felt like it was loose too. But it outperformed by a mile! my makita drill even though the build quality on the makita was better.
Harps_Reehal25/06/2019 21:33

Yes they dont seem to have designed it very well. The battery felt loose …Yes they dont seem to have designed it very well. The battery felt loose and the reverse and forward button felt like it was loose too. But it outperformed by a mile! my makita drill even though the build quality on the makita was better.


Thanks for confirmation, oh yeah forgot about reverse/forward button being a bit loose. Ah well, I will live with that I suppose, not feeling like returning another drill back for minor issue, which in fact is not a major thing. Just a bit hard to chew if you expect perfect product.

If you are really bothered with it, little googling said it can be fixed by taping 2 pieces of duck/gorila tape stacked one on top each other, but I am fine as long it does not impacts operation.37935977-9Us0P.jpg
Edited by: "Dakillah" 25th Jun
Dakillah25/06/2019 21:37

Thanks for confirmation, oh yeah forgot about reverse/forward button being …Thanks for confirmation, oh yeah forgot about reverse/forward button being a bit loose. Ah well, I will live with that I suppose, not feeling like returning another drill back for minor issue, which in fact is not a major thing. Just a bit hard to chew if you expect perfect product.


Lol I had mine replaced but the second one was the same too so I just kept it. Just need to find a good deal on a impact driver now
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