DeWalt DCK211D2T 10.8V Li-ion Cordless Compact Drill Driver and Impact Driver (Twin Pack) amazon warehouse deals like new
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DeWalt DCK211D2T 10.8V Li-ion Cordless Compact Drill Driver and Impact Driver (Twin Pack) amazon warehouse deals like new

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Found 17th JulEdited by:"amazoncrazy"
ok sadly only one of these.cracking price. a further 20% will be taken off at checkout to take price to 97.47 delivered.
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Dammit I know nothing about drills but need one. Is this a good set for around the house work. Wouldn't be expecting it to eat into any masonry or anything. Also is this a good price for the set?
What is the 20% voucher you refer to please?
Showing as 4 in stock right now at that price. The 20% discount is automatic. No voucher needed.
donaldduck214 m ago

What is the 20% voucher you refer to please?


sorry takes a further 20% off at check out
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Thank you OP. Got it for £97.47
10.8v so designed for the DIYer, but impact driver makes a loud racket and not designed for putting up shelves or picture frames. Who are these aimed at?
HotUKDealSeeker13 m ago

10.8v so designed for the DIYer, but impact driver makes a loud racket and …10.8v so designed for the DIYer, but impact driver makes a loud racket and not designed for putting up shelves or picture frames. Who are these aimed at?


The impact driver (hint is kind of in the name) uses frequent impacts to screw things in / out better than a standard turning action would. There isn't really any way to get around the noise, since that's how it works.

They're aimed at the more versed DIY'er I'd guess.
Skerry55 m ago

Dammit I know nothing about drills but need one. Is this a good set for …Dammit I know nothing about drills but need one. Is this a good set for around the house work. Wouldn't be expecting it to eat into any masonry or anything. Also is this a good price for the set?


Ul get a 14.4v ryobi under £100, mine was £89, no i wudnt take it on site with me, nothing beats my panasonic drill, but a ryobi is a great 1 for around the house. 10.2v naaah plus abit ott on price
rolandjustchillin5 m ago

Ul get a 14.4v ryobi under £100, mine was £89, no i wudnt take it on site w …Ul get a 14.4v ryobi under £100, mine was £89, no i wudnt take it on site with me, nothing beats my panasonic drill, but a ryobi is a great 1 for around the house. 10.2v naaah plus abit ott on price


You reckon 10.8v not enough? Only need them for basic diy stuff. £99 overpriced for both drills??
sergiup17 m ago

The impact driver (hint is kind of in the name) uses frequent impacts to …The impact driver (hint is kind of in the name) uses frequent impacts to screw things in / out better than a standard turning action would. There isn't really any way to get around the noise, since that's how it works.They're aimed at the more versed DIY'er I'd guess.


yes I know that, I have one, but what I'm saying is, it's not appropriate to use my impact driver to put up a photo frame or shelf or use-around-the-house, because I only use mine, when I'm on site. a profesional would take a 10v on site either. so what is the target audience for these?
HotUKDealSeeker1 h, 0 m ago

yes I know that, I have one, but what I'm saying is, it's not appropriate …yes I know that, I have one, but what I'm saying is, it's not appropriate to use my impact driver to put up a photo frame or shelf or use-around-the-house, because I only use mine, when I'm on site. a profesional would take a 10v on site either. so what is the target audience for these?


You can use an impact driver to put literally any screw into anything. I use mine for really delicate work. And a professional would definitely use 10v on site if they're carrying out light, repetitive tasks.
andyb8310 m ago

You can use an impact driver to put literally any screw into anything. I …You can use an impact driver to put literally any screw into anything. I use mine for really delicate work. And a professional would definitely use 10v on site if they're carrying out light, repetitive tasks.


really? what kind of delicate work are you refering to? I tried to put up plasterboard with my impact driver and it was difficult to stop before it 'smashed' through, because it goes so fast as well.
An impact driver is a poor choice for driving plasterboard screws.
HotUKDealSeeker5 h, 0 m ago

really? what kind of delicate work are you refering to? I tried to put up …really? what kind of delicate work are you refering to? I tried to put up plasterboard with my impact driver and it was difficult to stop before it 'smashed' through, because it goes so fast as well.


Things as delicate as 1/4 X 4 stainless steel screws. You can do the most delicate of jobs with an impact driver if you can use it properly. I use my 18v dewalt impact driver for plaster boarding on a very regular basis, as do a lot of tradesmen.
donaldduck23 h, 42 m ago

An impact driver is a poor choice for driving plasterboard screws.


Literally everyone I work with uses an impact driver for fixing plasterboard on a daily basis!
andyb831 h, 5 m ago

Literally everyone I work with uses an impact driver for fixing …Literally everyone I work with uses an impact driver for fixing plasterboard on a daily basis!


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Try one of these either corded or battery.
donaldduck23 h, 36 m ago

[Image] Try one of these either corded or battery.


We have these and no one uses them.
andyb8318th Jul

We have these and no one uses them.


My lads love them but everyone to their own choice of tools.
donaldduck25 h, 53 m ago

My lads love them but everyone to their own choice of tools.


Absolutely, it's what you get used to I suppose.
For anyone else that picked this up, the listing says that belt clip and magnetic bit holder are included but they are not in the box. I got in touch with Amazon chat about this and they agreed to refund me £14.95 For the inconvenience. Took about 2 minutes to get resolved and brings set down to £85.
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