DeWalt XRP DCD925B2-GB 18V 2.6Ah Ni-MH Cordless Combi Drill only £166 @ Tools4Trade
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DeWalt XRP DCD925B2-GB 18V 2.6Ah Ni-MH Cordless Combi Drill only £166 @ Tools4Trade

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Found 3rd Apr 2012
Just had mines delivered today, this was by far the cheapest i could find anywhere. Screwfix sell this one for £319.99.
The next cheapest i could find was £239.98 from toolbox.co.uk

Parcel was delivered next day via fedex!!

Just realised might get flamed by DIYers comparing this to the £99 deal at B&Q. This is a tradesman version. This is built to last!!

An 18 volt DeWalt XRP Nano Combi Drill

Features:

Powerful 18 Volt XRP Combi tool for heavy duty drilling and screwdriving applications
DEWALT built frameless motor reduces size and increases efficiency producing excellent runtime
Ultra smooth 3 speed selector for optimum performance in high torque, normal use and high speed applications.
22 position adjustable torque control for uniform results and optimised precision when screwdriving
13 mm Self Tightening keyless chuck with automatic spindle lock for ultimate bit control
Extra sensitive trigger increases control when setting and removing fasteners
Improved ergonomic design and rubber grip increases comfort
White LED for improved visibility
Dual Collar design for quick and easy changing between hammer, drill and screw modes

Product Specifications:

Voltage 18 V

Battery Capacity 2.6 NiMH Ah

Chuck Capacity 1.5-13 mm

Power Output 450 Watts

No Load Speed 0-500 /0-1250 /0-2000 rpm

Beats per Minute 0-8500 /0-21250 /0-34000 bpm

Max Torque 55 Nm

Max. Drilling Capacity [Wood] 50 mm

Max. Drilling Capacity [Metal] 13 mm

Max. Drilling Capacity [Masonry] 16 mm

Weight 2.9 kg

Length 247 mm

Height 248 mm

Spindle Thread
Comes With:

2 x 2.6Ah Ni-MH batteries

40-minute charger

Heavy-duty carry case
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Good Price. Heat added.
Lol its getting awfully chilly in here!! :-)
Would rather get a makita with li-ion from screwfix for a similar price or even slightly higher
LordLardy

Would rather get a makita with li-ion from screwfix for a similar price … Would rather get a makita with li-ion from screwfix for a similar price or even slightly higher



I would rather get a Hitachi, which I actually have, than Dewalt or Makita. I own no DeWalt tools, but I do have Makita and Hitachi and I would vote Hitachi every time.
VDisillusioned

I would rather get a Hitachi, which I actually have, than Dewalt or … I would rather get a Hitachi, which I actually have, than Dewalt or Makita. I own no DeWalt tools, but I do have Makita and Hitachi and I would vote Hitachi every time.



Bosch and Dewalt all the way hitachi are good tools for DIY and very light trade work but for heavy trade stick to tried and tested.
awesome deal for a drill that will last for ever, not surprising the muppets here voted it cold as they think the same thing is £99 !!
EastLondon

Bosch and Dewalt all the way hitachi are good tools for DIY and very … Bosch and Dewalt all the way hitachi are good tools for DIY and very light trade work but for heavy trade stick to tried and tested.



Nonsense Hitachi do very high quality professional kit, they also sell the sort of lower end stuff you get in places like B&Q - just like DeWalt and Bosch do.
VDisillusioned

Nonsense Hitachi do very high quality professional kit, they also sell … Nonsense Hitachi do very high quality professional kit, they also sell the sort of lower end stuff you get in places like B&Q - just like DeWalt and Bosch do.



i did not say they were crap mate im just saying look around sites and new builds its all dewalts and bosch's there obviously better or they would have hitachis about
Tim_UK

awesome deal for a drill that will last for ever, not surprising the … awesome deal for a drill that will last for ever, not surprising the muppets here voted it cold as they think the same thing is £99 !!


I'm a Muppet. (_;)
Last for ever? Ni-MH batteries, throw the whole lot out because it's not viable to replace these a few years down the line.
why isnt it viable to replace the batteries a few years down the line??
ive never seen any tradesmen with hitachi tools, makita and dewalt yes. Hitachi no.!
EastLondon

i did not say they were crap mate im just saying look around sites and … i did not say they were crap mate im just saying look around sites and new builds its all dewalts and bosch's there obviously better or they would have hitachis about



You won't see so many Festool, so by your logic Festool must only be suitable for DIY/ light trade work?
FRANK

why isnt it viable to replace the batteries a few years down the line??


With the batteries costing around £50 each, I wouldn't consider spending £100 to give a 4 or 5 year old, hard worked drill a new lease of life.
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