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DURATOOL D03206 - 10.8V 2x 1.5Ah Li-Ion Cordless Drill Driver & Impact Driver Kit £57.58 delivered at CPC
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DURATOOL D03206 - 10.8V 2x 1.5Ah Li-Ion Cordless Drill Driver & Impact Driver Kit £57.58 delivered at CPC

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Posted 7th May
I know this will go cold as it's not a high end brand, isn't brushless, is only 10.8V and 1.5Ah batteries but for under £60 it seems like a bargain and I couldn't find anything similar cheaper. Hope it helps someone.
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Pilot holes will help prevent the wood splitting especially close to the end of a piece of wood. It will also prevent the screw pushing the the two bits of timber apart. Hope that helps
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decent price for a twin pack
80nm is low for the impact driver?
These are more for a maintenance set than a high performance set. If your after a small medium performance set this looks ideal.
My only criticism would be that if you are at the level where you need a separate impact driver, you're going to want to spend a little more. Otherwise this is fair value - my first drill was a £20 piece of crap off Amazon and it lasted me years.
Savvy107/05/2020 20:54

80nm is low for the impact driver?


Yeah but I think you would be surprised. This looks the same as the original makita 10.8v set I have. It’s the set I use the most. If your doing anything like kitchen fitting or odd jobs round the house where you want something light and compact they are perfect.
My brother in law bought this the other day, £65 for a drill driver, impact driver, two batteries and charger seems cheap regardless of brand. It's gone up a fiver since then. Can be got for £55 from their website with one battery though.

amazon.co.uk/dp/B08427DGCS/ref=cm_sw_r_apa_i_z9gTEbWH13T76

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you_gotta_be_kidding07/05/2020 21:29

My brother in law bought this the other day, £65 for a drill driver, …My brother in law bought this the other day, £65 for a drill driver, impact driver, two batteries and charger seems cheap regardless of brand. It's gone up a fiver since then. Can be got for £55 from their website with one battery though.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08427DGCS/ref=cm_sw_r_apa_i_z9gTEbWH13T76[Image]


Von haus stuff isnt bad tbh. I have a 20v max impact driver for wheel nuts. Whizzes em off and on no problems. 2 year warranty aswell. My mate uses his in a garage. I leave mine in the boot just incase.

Cheap tools have come a long way with li ion batterys....
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Savvy107/05/2020 20:54

80nm is low for the impact driver?


Appreciate that when buying something like this torque driver, people want the most powerful one going, but 80nm is plenty of power for the purpose it was intended for ie driving screws into wood, and tightening and undoing smaller nuts and bolts. It isn't going to remove wheel nuts.
Too much power and you will start shearing stuff off, driving screws in too deep, etc.
I would find this set useful for repetitive work where you have lots of wood screws to put in, having the drill set up to put your pilot hole in and the impact driver to drive the screws in. Saves a lot of time and effort.
I have no idea what the brand is like, but 80nm in a 12v package is fine. For big decking jobs etc youd need an 18v driver anyway; this is just for everyday screwing jobs.
Looks amazingly similar to the bosch 10.8v range which I think are great. (Although they have now gone up to 12v but are interchangable). Looks good value, no idea on quality as I've not used Duratool products yet.
astramondeo08/05/2020 05:48

Appreciate that when buying something like this torque driver, people want …Appreciate that when buying something like this torque driver, people want the most powerful one going, but 80nm is plenty of power for the purpose it was intended for ie driving screws into wood, and tightening and undoing smaller nuts and bolts. It isn't going to remove wheel nuts.Too much power and you will start shearing stuff off, driving screws in too deep, etc.I would find this set useful for repetitive work where you have lots of wood screws to put in, having the drill set up to put your pilot hole in and the impact driver to drive the screws in. Saves a lot of time and effort.


Forgive me for a possibly stupid question but with an impact driver do you still need pilot holes? I've seen loads of DIY programmes where they just drill straight into wood?
Pilot holes will help prevent the wood splitting especially close to the end of a piece of wood. It will also prevent the screw pushing the the two bits of timber apart. Hope that helps
Edited by: "joe14729" 8th May
Savvy108/05/2020 12:09

Forgive me for a possibly stupid question but with an impact driver do you …Forgive me for a possibly stupid question but with an impact driver do you still need pilot holes? I've seen loads of DIY programmes where they just drill straight into wood?


Not a stupid question at all - as already said, it will stop the wood splitting, and also ensure the screw follows the path of your pilot hole and doesn't drift off. If you don't have a drill you can use a hand bradawl to push in the wood and this can also prevent splitting by the screw - slot easier/quicker with a drill
joe1472908/05/2020 12:25

Pilot holes will help prevent the wood splitting especially close to the …Pilot holes will help prevent the wood splitting especially close to the end of a piece of wood. It will also prevent the screw pushing the the two bits of timber apart. Hope that helps


Would you drill a clearance hole in the top piece and pilot the bottom or just a pilot hole through both top and bottom pieces?
Chorx08/05/2020 08:38

Looks amazingly similar to the bosch 10.8v range which I think are great. …Looks amazingly similar to the bosch 10.8v range which I think are great. (Although they have now gone up to 12v but are interchangable). Looks good value, no idea on quality as I've not used Duratool products yet.


Duratool just one of several own brands of Farnell like Multicomp and Tenma. Think there's also a Duratool Pro now. They will just buy in and badge. See OBM (as against OEM and ODM)
nidgesy10/05/2020 11:27

Would you drill a clearance hole in the top piece and pilot the bottom or …Would you drill a clearance hole in the top piece and pilot the bottom or just a pilot hole through both top and bottom pieces?


Question not directed at me I know, but personally, when using larger screws, l would drill a clearance hole, slightly smaller than the diameter of the screw I was using, in the top piece of wood and a pilot hole in the bottom piece. Prevents splitting, fastens the pieces together tight, and also makes lighter work of driving the screw home. With smaller screws I would just use a pilot hole through both.
Is the drill any good? 14nm seems quite low. Only need it for the odd jobs around the house and installing loft storage baords
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