Draper 14.4V Cordless Drill - 36018 for £17 delivered to store @ Asda Direct
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Draper 14.4V Cordless Drill - 36018 for £17 delivered to store @ Asda Direct

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Found 18th Aug 2012
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This Draper 14.4V Cordless Drill is ideal for the DIY enthusiast in and around the home.
Features:

Variable speed control
20 position torque control
Forward/reverse facility
10mm keyless chuck
Double ended screwdriver bit
Anti-slip soft grip handle and 3-5 hour charger
Black and Yellow
14.4V
1 double-ended screwdriver bit
14.4v battery pack
230V AC adaptor
3-5 hour charger
2 Years parts guarantee
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I bought the very same drill from a smaller asda supermarket for £5. They were getting rid of their stock. Its rubbish. Your better off investing in ryobi. Expensive but very good
Yeh I had a drill like this, would not go through a brick wall.

Good for general diy, but why buy 2, just spend 100.00 and get a li-ion.
I bought the very same drill from a smaller asda supermarket for £5. They were getting rid of their stock. Its rubbish. Your better off investing in ryobi. Expensive but very good
Not supposed to be a hammer drill
showing £20 now
bonnetbasher

showing £20 now

It always showed as £20. You need to enter "drill1" promo code in your basket.
This one's a cracking deal. Far better for anything that needs fixing

http://direct.asda.com/on/demandware.store/Sites-ASDA-Site/default/Search-Show?q=757-759

Shame the code doesn't work for it.
Sid Harper

This one's a cracking deal. Far better for anything that needs … This one's a cracking deal. Far better for anything that needs fixinghttp://direct.asda.com/on/demandware.store/Sites-ASDA-Site/default/Search-Show?q=757-759Shame the code doesn't work for it.


lol. nice one
tobiasrags

I bought the very same drill from a smaller asda supermarket for £5. They … I bought the very same drill from a smaller asda supermarket for £5. They were getting rid of their stock. Its rubbish. Your better off investing in ryobi. Expensive but very good


Rubbish even for £5? That's harsh...
Is it better than dewalt
aabarcellos

Is it better than dewalt


L O L
I was gonna create a new thread but will hijack this one sorry...

Can anyone recommend a decent battery drill that will drill through brick / metal ? - Perhaps a hammer action for not a load of cash?
3-5hr charger normally means a completely manual charger which is reliant on the user to end charging in about 4hrs. Also need to make sure the battery is fully discharged before charging. Otherwise you will shorten the life of the battery by constantly over-charging it and constantly eroding its capacity.

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aircanman

I was gonna create a new thread but will hijack this one sorry... Can … I was gonna create a new thread but will hijack this one sorry... Can anyone recommend a decent battery drill that will drill through brick / metal ? - Perhaps a hammer action for not a load of cash?



Screwfix do a 24v Direct Power drill which I bought years back for 25 quid. Drills everything and the batteries which you get two of are still going strong after coming on about 9 years now. Never struggles with anything at all. It's a little under powered for drilling through an entire wall, but then you would be breaking out an SDS for that even in mains powered.
aabarcellos

Is it better than dewalt



It's yellow, so it's the same drill! oO
Virgin fitted cable a few months ago ,took over half hour to drill 15mm hole through wall using an sds Dewalt 24volt,the other day same size hole and wall took 2 minutes using mains sds ,it,s years since used battery drill, definitely last resort or light duty stuff!
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Don't blame the drill. It's the drill bit that does the cutting. These drills normally come with cheap rubbish drill bits
mine arrived this morning 20 quid well spent
tks tdogg
sponduli

mine arrived this morning 20 quid well spenttks tdogg





Shame on Asda....even Zavvi don't take that long to deliver oO
I do not understand why people are mocking this drill I've had one for a few years now and it's a fantastic tool but I dropped it and broke my battery it's cheaper to buy new drill but it's a fantastic tool does what it should I used it as a screwdriver and cant fault it anyone who does diy knows for drilling brick an electric drill is often needed and anyone who tries to drill a wall with a 14.v drill doesn't know what there doing
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