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Posted 26 September 2022

DeWalt XR 18V 1 x 1.5Ah Li-ion Brushless Cordless Combi drill DCD778S1T-BQGB - £65 Click & Collect @ B&Q

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Look to be good value, collected mine this morning


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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

Compact, ergonomic combi drill with 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.

  • Part of the intelligent XR Lithium Ion Series designed for efficiency and making applications faster
  • 18V XR Li-Ion Brushless compact hammer drill driver featuring XR 1.5Ah Li-Ion battery technology
  • Improved ergonomic design and rubber grip increases user comfort
  • 15 position adjustable torque control for consistent screw driving into a variety of materials with different screw sizes
  • Drill driver and hammer feature for multiple applications
  • Guarantee - 3 years
  • Includes TSTAK case
  • With LED work light

Specs

  • Batteries included - Rechargeable battery included
  • Colour - Yellow & Black
  • Drive action - Drill & hammer action
  • Grip type - Soft grip
  • Keyed/Keyless chuck - Keyless
  • Maximum chuck capacity - 13mm
  • Maximum drilling capacity (steel) - 13mm
  • Maximum drilling capacity (wood) - 30mm
  • Motor type - Brushless
  • No load speed - 1750
  • Power voltage supply - 18V
  • Product height - 191mm
  • Product length - 228mm
  • Product width - 53mm
  • Rotation direction - Forward & reverse
  • Speed control - Variable speed
  • Switch type - Trigger switch
  • Torque settings - 15+1

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    Is this suitable for drilling holes at home?
    Or would I need another corded hammer drill (or something else) to be sure?
    Apologies...newbie to DIY and need something as I move into my first home
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    Depends on what your drilling , but will be fine for most DIY needs around a home. Might struggle a little on strong bricks so you would need an sds for that. Apart from that this is a bargain
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    Anyone know what the torque is on this?
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    Maximum torque (hard): 65Nm

    Maximum torque (soft): 26Nm
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    Is this one better than the stanley fatmax version for £10 more with 2 batteries? As dewalt is owned by Stanley.
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    AFAIK dewalt is superior is every way. That's why you see tradesman will dewalt/makita/milwaukee power tools and not stanley.
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    If you sign up to the b&q club you can get £5 off voucher + TCB 2%
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    Does this come with charger?
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    Yes it does. But only ,1 battery
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    You might get more off with vouchers. It depends wether they've programmed the item on the site to reject the voucher. And sometimes if you add anything normal.
    I've had a few clearance items allow further discount.
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    Heat. So you're aware, it's free delivery if you buy via trade point (if you have an account), and the cashback on topcashback is more for trade point too (3.4%/2%)
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    What a great deal, makes me wish I hadn’t already got one. Thanks for posting it.
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    Taken for £60. Thanks
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    Absolute bargain, this is insanely cheap. (edited)
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    Ordered. Thank you
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    I am making own wardrobe in 2 weeks. Is this any good for that? MDF 18mm thickness. First DIY project so any help on what tools I need... MDF will be cut to size from the supplier.
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    This will easily cope.
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    This one comes with TSTAK case too.

    Extra battery is definitely a bonus and sightly larger capacity but not sure if it is worth the extra £35 (or £40 as you can get another £5 off the B&Q one if you haven't signed up to their rewards yet, or if you just register a new email with them).

    For comparison, you can get a 4ah battery for £40 from FFX so you could get the drill with 1 x 1.5ah & 1x 4ah for the same price as the Screwfix deal.
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    Paid over £90 a while ago for mine. Great tool!
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    Nice one op, just sent back my order from tool station last week and ordered this
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    Already have a Ryobi drill and impact. Is it still worth getting?
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    I've just bought one and when collecting replaced for set for 74£ brushed drill with two 1.5ah batteries instead. I hope I haven't done big mistake 🙈
    48312852-mYecG.jpg (edited)
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    I saw this also earlier on and didn’t swap only because the POS said it had a slightly lesser max torque? Admittedly I haven’t checked online and just went off the ticket
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    Good find and first deal - thanks for sharing, @Sam_Wong
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    Ordered one. Thanks mate.
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    For anyone who bought this, did it come with a charger?
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    Yes. It comes with a charger and one battery
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    Can I use this to tighten the screws for something ? Thanks
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    Yes
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    Cheers, fed up of swapping out bits

    Gonna have two of these instead
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    Ha, I feel the same. I had 2 drills out the other day, it does make life easier
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    Thanks got one
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    was that fancy case included? The one you can stack on another?>
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    Case is called tstak

    Stanley make them as well, since Stanley and DeWalt are owned by the same company, just different colours.
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    Whilst I would go for the newer dcd796 at £60. The charger and battery are worth £37, making this drill only cost £23 with that £5 voucher which is really good if you need those parts
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