DeWalt DCK261M1-GB 18V XR 4.0Ah Compact Hammer Drill & Impact Wrench Kit at Machine Mart for £118.80
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DeWalt DCK261M1-GB 18V XR 4.0Ah Compact Hammer Drill & Impact Wrench Kit at Machine Mart for £118.80

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Found 25th Aug 2017
DCD785 Hammer Drill: 2 Speed all metal transmission, 66Nm Torque, Max capacity in wood 38mm, Metal 13mm, Masonry 13mm, 0-600/2000rpm No Load speed. XR intelligent switch protects battery and tool.
DCF880 Impact Wrench: Powerful 203Nm torque, ½” Square Socket Drive, 2300rpm No Load Speed, 2700ipm, M16 Max.Bolt Diameter, Aluminium front housing, All metal gearbox.
Complete with battery, charger, bag, 11 piece screwdriving set and impact wrench adaptor
Comprehensive kit
Great value
1 Year warranty as standard
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Great game, screwed me on the dlc and last boss hammered me over and over. I finally nailed it though and the sidekick in this is a bit of a spanner.
Edited by: "SDLiam" 25th Aug 2017
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Sorry,not online,at Manchester's store
One or two batteries?
what games are supported with this gamepad?
Great game, screwed me on the dlc and last boss hammered me over and over. I finally nailed it though and the sidekick in this is a bit of a spanner.
Edited by: "SDLiam" 25th Aug 2017
Heat for being wireless. What's the battery life like?
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DCD785 Hammer Drill: 2 Speed all metal transmission, 66Nm Torque, Max capacity in wood 38mm, Metal 13mm, Masonry 13mm, 0-600/2000rpm No Load speed. XR intelligent switch protects battery and tool.


66Nm pretty good for the price right?
SDLiam2 h, 7 m ago

Great game, screwed me on the dlc and last boss hammered me over and over. …Great game, screwed me on the dlc and last boss hammered me over and over. I finally nailed it though and the sidekick in this is a bit of a spanner.


I'm so confused!
dozstanford41 m ago

I paid £120 (Amazon 3 or 4 weeks ago) for the Bosch Professional 18 V-Li …I paid £120 (Amazon 3 or 4 weeks ago) for the Bosch Professional 18 V-Li with 2x4ah which has 67Nm and the same drilling dimensions (I think)... but that was just 1 drill with 2 batts and a case.By comparison the top of the range Makita (£200 body only) offers 115Nm and the Stanley Fatmax for £89.99 from Argos offers 58Nm which is a high end DIY / entry level trade drill and the top of the range Black & Decker (£60) offers 38Nm.



Wow £120 was a bargain. Well it was when I was looking for a drill, think battery prices have come down a bit and looks like there is some competition between manufacturers
AzeemB2 h, 35 m ago

DCD785 Hammer Drill: 2 Speed all metal transmission, 66Nm Torque, Max …DCD785 Hammer Drill: 2 Speed all metal transmission, 66Nm Torque, Max capacity in wood 38mm, Metal 13mm, Masonry 13mm, 0-600/2000rpm No Load speed. XR intelligent switch protects battery and tool.66Nm pretty good for the price right?

It's more than enough for what you're likely to use it for. My Milwaukee is 135 Nm. It really kicks when it catches. I recommend using the handle to steady it with your other hand. If it doesn't come with one buy one. No one likes a broken wrist!

If you are regularly drilling through masonry SDS drill will always be best.
evghenii2315 h, 58 m ago

Sorry,not online,at Manchester's store

This isn't available at the Manchester store anymore
dozstanford25th Aug

I paid £120 (Amazon 3 or 4 weeks ago) for the Bosch Professional 18 V-Li …I paid £120 (Amazon 3 or 4 weeks ago) for the Bosch Professional 18 V-Li with 2x4ah which has 67Nm and the same drilling dimensions (I think)... but that was just 1 drill with 2 batts and a case.By comparison the top of the range Makita (£200 body only) offers 115Nm and the Stanley Fatmax for £89.99 from Argos offers 58Nm which is a high end DIY / entry level trade drill and the top of the range Black & Decker (£60) offers 38Nm.


Was that the deal I posted by any chance that went cold for some reason still unknown to me?
dozstanford10 h, 15 m ago

No idea, with this new fancy (rubbish) version of HUKD every time I search …No idea, with this new fancy (rubbish) version of HUKD every time I search I only see active deals, I no longer seem able to see expired deals, which makes comparing a deal more difficult, I suppose HUKD don't want you to see what was cheapest & when, as it might put people off buying something if was previously cheaper and if people don't spend they don't earn commission. If you posted a deal for the Bosch Pro 18 V-Li with 2x4ah batts for £120 on Amazon and it was OOS, then yes, that was the deal I was talking about, and thank you for posting it.

Yeah that was the deal, it went cold but no idea why. Now I'm annoyed I didn't buy them myself since the batteries in my own still have packed up! No problem anyway, glad someone benefited from the deal!
dozstanford3 m ago

I took a punt on the Dewalt SDS with 2x5ah on Amazon for £192 on Amazon in …I took a punt on the Dewalt SDS with 2x5ah on Amazon for £192 on Amazon in the middle of July as well, this however has had the delivery date set back three times and the price has dropped even further I believe, if it ever turns up I'm debating whether to have the cheek to ask them to refund the price drop since I ordered.

I would they tend to have very good customer service and I reckon you'd get the difference back or charged the new price. I recently ordered Canterbury tracksuit pants in medium, they were to small on me. I applied for a return and refund but they said keep the tracksuit and they refunded new anyway. I spend hundreds on Amazon every year and their customer service is the reason why.
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