Einhell Brushless combi drill with 3.0Ah battery and charger £87.96 with code @ Toolstation
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Einhell Brushless combi drill with 3.0Ah battery and charger £87.96 with code @ Toolstation

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Found 3rd FebEdited by:"76zedfour"
2888336.jpgToolstation have a promo until the 5th Feb for £15 off a £100 spend. They are also doing the Einhell 3.0Ah battery and charger for £30
By combining the body only brushless drill

toolstation.com/sho…476

with the charger and battery

toolstation.com/sho…525

and using the promo code JAN18PROMO

you can buy this for £87.96 delivered which looks very good value for a 60Nm torque brushless drill as a similar deal from amazon is £150 albeit the 4.0ah battery and bag.
amazon.co.uk/Ein…JDF
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I was thinking about posting this myself. Also argos sell guild batteries which fit this although smaller at 1.5ah at £14.. Maybe? Dose it fit? argos.co.uk/product/4814230 I read that the manufacturer of these make lidl tools and argos Challenge stuff. It is bottom of the range, although I'm tempted as I keep cheap power tools on my van 24/7 as sometimes I forget to load the good kit, and can get caught short on jobs. Need a new cheapo drill to
Edited by: "wayners" 3rd Feb
guild batteries definitely do not fit. They have 4 slots whilst einhell have 5. I have been messing around trying to get batteries and charger for a lidl parkside sabre saw so am now the worlds authority on batteries hence why I ending up refunding the parkside and buying the einhell sabre and now drill.
in my humble opinion having owned both the parkside and einhell I think you are right einhell do make the parkside tools but to a budget with the new einhell power x change range more middle of the road
I really challenge anyone to find a 60Nm brushless combi with charger and decent battery for under £150. This at under £90 is a steal and the battery can be used on its other body only tool range. The jigsaw and reciprocating saw add up to a smidge over £100 so you can create another account and get £15 off them combined too.
Edited by: "76zedfour" 3rd Feb
76zedfour3 h, 4 m ago

guild batteries definitely do not fit. They have 4 slots whilst einhell …guild batteries definitely do not fit. They have 4 slots whilst einhell have 5. I have been messing around trying to get batteries and charger for a lidl parkside sabre saw so am now the worlds authority on batteries hence why I ending up refunding the parkside and buying the einhell sabre and now drill.


Why not order at kompernass?
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ONE HELL?
76zedfour3rd Feb

in my humble opinion having owned both the parkside and einhell I think …in my humble opinion having owned both the parkside and einhell I think you are right einhell do make the parkside tools but to a budget with the new einhell power x change range more middle of the roadI really challenge anyone to find a 60Nm brushless combi with charger and decent battery for under £150. This at under £90 is a steal and the battery can be used on its other body only tool range. The jigsaw and reciprocating saw add up to a smidge over £100 so you can create another account and get £15 off them combined too.


This looks likes a good deal for reasonably high torque drill and the Einhell tools I've got seem reasonably well made.... but Challenge accepted
The high torque Makita 458 drill @ £70.49 , charger @ £34.46 and 3Amp battery for £44.99 - so that's just under £150 for a decent heavy duty metal gearboxed with max of 91Nm of wrist breaking torque. These links are from Power Tool World.
76zedfour3rd Feb

in my humble opinion having owned both the parkside and einhell I think …in my humble opinion having owned both the parkside and einhell I think you are right einhell do make the parkside tools but to a budget with the new einhell power x change range more middle of the roadI really challenge anyone to find a 60Nm brushless combi with charger and decent battery for under £150. This at under £90 is a steal and the battery can be used on its other body only tool range. The jigsaw and reciprocating saw add up to a smidge over £100 so you can create another account and get £15 off them combined too.


Spend another £10 and get a proper drill here screwfix.com/p/b…16t
gary.broadbent6 m ago

Spend another £10 and get a proper drill here …Spend another £10 and get a proper drill here https://www.screwfix.com/p/bosch-gsb-18-2-li-plus-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/5916t


Smaller batteries, not brushless and more expensive......
Edited by: "pinkleponkle" 4th Feb
I posted this a short while ago and it got hammered! I'd suggest it's similar and you can also use those £13.99 batteries at Argos if you need more:


hotukdeals.com/dea…846 It's up to £89.99 now though.
Edited by: "Besford" 4th Feb
spannerzone4 h, 22 m ago

This looks likes a good deal for reasonably high torque drill and the …This looks likes a good deal for reasonably high torque drill and the Einhell tools I've got seem reasonably well made.... but Challenge accepted The high torque Makita 458 drill @ £70.49 , charger @ £34.46 and 3Amp battery for £44.99 - so that's just under £150 for a decent heavy duty metal gearboxed with max of 91Nm of wrist breaking torque. These links are from Power Tool World.


Point conceded. That is an awesomely powerful drill. Its not brushless but doesnt seem that relevant when you have that kind of hammer action.
spannerzone5 h, 50 m ago

This looks likes a good deal for reasonably high torque drill and the …This looks likes a good deal for reasonably high torque drill and the Einhell tools I've got seem reasonably well made.... but Challenge accepted The high torque Makita 458 drill @ £70.49 , charger @ £34.46 and 3Amp battery for £44.99 - so that's just under £150 for a decent heavy duty metal gearboxed with max of 91Nm of wrist breaking torque. These links are from Power Tool World.


Is that the best for around £150? I think I've seen the individual parts to a cordless, brushless, compact combi drill by Dewalt for around that price
Edited by: "stringsonfire" 4th Feb
stringsonfire9 h, 24 m ago

Is that the best for around £150? I think I've seen the individual parts …Is that the best for around £150? I think I've seen the individual parts to a cordless, brushless, compact combi drill by Dewalt for around that price



But with 91Nm of torque? that's the real thing about the Makita I mentioned, most sub £150 drills are around 45-60Nm of torque, If you don't drill into tough bricks, concrete or masonry very often then you probably don't need the higher torque but those that do would find it most helpful, other than going down the SDS route.
76zedfour10 h, 51 m ago

Point conceded. That is an awesomely powerful drill. Its not brushless but …Point conceded. That is an awesomely powerful drill. Its not brushless but doesnt seem that relevant when you have that kind of hammer action.



Yeah horses for courses really and not a dig at your deal which is close to half the price and still a decent drill spec.
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