DeWalt twin pack £139 at Screwfix
DeWalt twin pack £139 at Screwfix

DeWalt twin pack £139 at Screwfix

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Twin pack comprising a solid, 18V combi drill and a 10.8V impact driver. Both feature all-metal gearboxes, electric brakes, rubber-coated grips and LED work lights. Supplied with 1 x 18V 1.3Ah Li-ion battery and 1 x 10.8V 1.5Ah Li-ion battery, multi-voltage 1hr charger and kit box.
1 x 18V Combi Drill
1 x 10.8V Impact Driver
1 x 18V 1.3Ah Li-Ion Battery
1 x 10.8V 1.5Ah Li-Ion Battery
1hr Charger
1 x Carry Bag
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Product contents:
DCD776, DCF815, 1 x 18V 1.3Ah battery, 1 x 10.8V 1.5Ah battery, multi-voltage 1hr charger and kit bag.Specifications:
DCD776 Combi Drill: Max. drilling capacity in masonry 13mm, wood 25mm, steel 13mm. Max. torque 42Nm hard / 24Nm soft. Overall length 228mm. Weight 1.34kg. DCF815 Impact Driver: Bolt capacity: M10. Max. torque 107Nm soft. Weight 1.04kg.


always been 140 online or less very cold

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I did try and find out another site with a price but could not - any links to other sites for the same price?

Hitachi 18v combi/drilldriver is a better deal

Why is the Hitachi a better deal?

Because it is an 18v combi + 18v drill driver with 2x 1.5mah batteries.

The batteries are interchangeable between the two tools. The impact driver is pretty unnecessary for the vast majority of people who would consider this... And if you did need the impact driver it would be worth spending 20 quid more and getting the 18v hitachi combo with that instead.

Battery compatability is key for powertools really.

Oh and the hitachi deal is 10 quid cheaper.

Sorry but these are pretty underpowered drills and a very underwhelming price

Original Poster

Got a link to the hitachi deal?


Got a link to the hitachi deal?


Theres a cheap 3mah battery available aswell if you can find it in stock!

This is not a bad deal to be honest. Not amazing, but not bad. I don't understand the above comments saying these are "under powered". In what way? If you are referring to the battery capacity, that's not "under powered". It's lacking the capacity of a larger battery. If you are genuinely talking about the actual power in terms of torque, then these are no more under powered than other competitors on the market. 42Nm from the combi is fine. Other 18V combis don't go much higher. Some go to 45 or 50. As for the Impact driver, it does just over 100Nm, which for a 10V one is in line with most others. The benefit of 10V is it is a lighter/smaller unit sometimes. Not as powerful as an 18V no, but it's £139 for the pair so...

The Hitachi deal linked above claimed to be "better" features a Combi Drill and a Driver Drill. A completely different package with no impact driver. So I don't know why you would even compare it to that. A proper comparison to another Combi + Impact kit, would be the currently £159.99 Hitachi kit on screwfix, which features an 18V combi and an 18v impact. This costs more, because the Impact is 18v and more powerful.

I'm guessing these are not brushless?
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