DEWALT XR CORDLESS 18V 1.3AH LI-ION COMBI DRILL 1 BATTERY DCD776C1-GB @ Trade Point for £58.33
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DEWALT XR CORDLESS 18V 1.3AH LI-ION COMBI DRILL 1 BATTERY DCD776C1-GB @ Trade Point for £58.33

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Found 23rd Nov
Was £70.83 Now £58.33 (ex VAT) Black Friday Deal! Hurry, offer ends Sunday 26th November. Subject to availability

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£58.33 is exc VAT.. i think u should update the price. OP. Its £70
Edited by: "linhang90" 23rd Nov

Original Poster

Is in description

Now £69.99

Price doesn’t include VAT.

No vat included cold

Most people just look at the drill without considering the batteries that come with it. I always buy the bare unit where I can and use my 4ah batteries. For those that don't 1.3ah is woeful which you should consider if purchasing this. A 1.3ah will last about about an hour at a push.

Can anyone suggest a good deal for a decent cordless drive. Or maybe a twin pack(combi+impact)?? Many thanks in advance

Argyll681 h, 46 m ago

Most people just look at the drill without considering the batteries that …Most people just look at the drill without considering the batteries that come with it. I always buy the bare unit where I can and use my 4ah batteries. For those that don't 1.3ah is woeful which you should consider if purchasing this. A 1.3ah will last about about an hour at a push.


I think for a lot of people having a job to do where you need to drill for one hour is probably not all that often. If it was for work that’s different I’d be asking for another battery anyway. Probably two light ones with a fast charger rather than a heavy one if it’s going to be drilling for that long

linhang901 h, 35 m ago

Can anyone suggest a good deal for a decent cordless drive. Or maybe a …Can anyone suggest a good deal for a decent cordless drive. Or maybe a twin pack(combi+impact)?? Many thanks in advance


Amazon are doing a twin drill impact kit for £110 by Makita. I think it’s 10 or 12v. Do you need more power? Was in Aldi yesterday and they had a twin pack drill and impact driver two batteries 18v both brushless for £120. If they don’t perform as they should they are good at returns. Comes with a 3 year warranty as well which a little more peace of mind should it crap out on you

androidavis3 h, 19 m ago

Amazon are doing a twin drill impact kit for £110 by Makita. I think it’s 1 …Amazon are doing a twin drill impact kit for £110 by Makita. I think it’s 10 or 12v. Do you need more power? Was in Aldi yesterday and they had a twin pack drill and impact driver two batteries 18v both brushless for £120. If they don’t perform as they should they are good at returns. Comes with a 3 year warranty as well which a little more peace of mind should it crap out on you


Many thanks for pointing the direction. Im after 18V/20V,so the amazon one doesnt suffice. Regarding the aldi ones,for some reason i think its better to invest a bit more for a dewalt/makita/milwaukee. Aldi ones only have 1.5ah battery and lower torque than many of the equivalent models from the three brands forementioned altho its a good price

linhang905 h, 34 m ago

Many thanks for pointing the direction. Im after 18V/20V,so the amazon …Many thanks for pointing the direction. Im after 18V/20V,so the amazon one doesnt suffice. Regarding the aldi ones,for some reason i think its better to invest a bit more for a dewalt/makita/milwaukee. Aldi ones only have 1.5ah battery and lower torque than many of the equivalent models from the three brands forementioned altho its a good price


Fair enough I would be thinking along those lines too don’t get me wrong

androidavis20 h, 52 m ago

Amazon are doing a twin drill impact kit for £110 by Makita. I think it’s 1 …Amazon are doing a twin drill impact kit for £110 by Makita. I think it’s 10 or 12v. Do you need more power? Was in Aldi yesterday and they had a twin pack drill and impact driver two batteries 18v both brushless for £120. If they don’t perform as they should they are good at returns. Comes with a 3 year warranty as well which a little more peace of mind should it crap out on you


I wouldn't recommend anything less than an 18v for an impact driver. 10.8v & 12v are the same drill. The Americans seem to add a little bit extra for some reason and some manufacturers have adopted this. In the US an 18v drill is advertised as 20v while a 10.8v drill in the UK is a 12v drill in the US.

Although the power tools in Aldi and Parkside tools in Lidl are very good there are some things you should consider before purchasing these.

They only supply 1.3ah, 1.5ah and 2ah batteries. If you wish to upgrade to a higher capacity battery you also need to purchase a charger as any other ah charger will not charge it. This used to be the norm with all cordless power tools years ago but only Lidl and Aldi power tools haven't upgraded. I bought a cordless Parkside jigsaw with battery. It would be cheaper buying a new Dewalt jigsaw rather than buying a new 2ah battery and charger from Lidl.

This may be okay for some but may be a problem for others.
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