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Einhell Power X-Change TE-CD 18 Li-I BL 18V 2 X 2.0Ah Brushless Cordless Combi Drill £85 @ Wickes C&C
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Einhell Power X-Change TE-CD 18 Li-I BL 18V 2 X 2.0Ah Brushless Cordless Combi Drill £85 @ Wickes C&C

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Posted 31st Oct
As above.

Decent price on this Combi drill.

Product details
Blows per Minute: 0-8000, 0-28800
Maximum Torque: 60
Maximum Diameter (Masonry): 10 mm
Number of Torque Settings: 22
Brushless: Yes
No Load Speed: 0-500, 0-1800
Weight: 1.69 kg
Chuck Capacity: 13 mm
Chuck Type: Keyless
Power Type: Cordless
Battery Type: Li-Ion
Number of Batteries: 2
Charge Time: 40 min
Voltage: 18
Case: Yes
Includes: 2 x 2.0 Ah batteries, fast charger, case
Type: Combi Drills
Years Guaranteed: 2
Manufacturer Model No: 4513861
Brand Name: Einhell
Features & benefits

Part of the Einhell Power X-Change one battery fits all system
Brushless motor - more power and prolonged operation
Impact drill function
High-grade 13mm metal drill chuck
2-speed gearing for powerful driving and fast drilling
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I bought this drill last month and I'm really pleasantly surprised by its power and ease of use. Its way better than my old Bosch so happy to recommend. Great price for the power it has.
Does anyone know how long it'll be this price for please? I think this'll be the drill I buy and I can save money on it if I buy it with a Wickes gift card.
chedixon31/10/2019 08:13

I bought this drill last month and I'm really pleasantly surprised by its …I bought this drill last month and I'm really pleasantly surprised by its power and ease of use. Its way better than my old Bosch so happy to recommend. Great price for the power it has.


Pretty good gear Einhell and they don't get the credit they deserve on here.

That aside this is a decent price - batteries alone are £30 ish and as I've mentioned before are compatible with ozito red tools at homebase.

Bare tools are cheap compared to other brands so once you've bought the batteries you can build up quite a decent collection for around the house DIY.

But then somebody will be along shortly and post a brand at twice the price and everybody will be in a frenzy ( forgetting the fact the bare tools are twice the price of these and they are stuck with what they've got)

Its how it goes
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 31st Oct
I have one and I am not overly impressed with the small points - I don't like the way it discharges the battery slowly when not used (ie small usage when the battery is plugged in) and also when you first start to drill there is a small delay (1s) before it starts, and the led light is just in the wrong place and annoying (might put tape over mine) on the plus points seems very robust and should last well apart from the batterys !
Is it heavy - I mean is it ok for everyday DIY or more suitable for bigger jobs?
I bought a twin set with two drills this and a lighter one. The one here is a great drill. Not sure how it would last professionally, but my experience is that very few of any brand last well in an eng. workshop apart from the more expensive Makita ones.
@matthat Should remove battery when not in use. All manufacturers say to do that but who dose as they all have small drain..
wayners31/10/2019 13:13

@matthat Should remove battery when not in use. All manufacturers say to …@matthat Should remove battery when not in use. All manufacturers say to do that but who dose as they all have small drain..



thanks Wayners but it's a bit of a pain to remove it - tend to use it twice a week for work and just tend to forget, anyway better than the worxs one it repaced which I returned , this one is heavy-er and better built but I think there must be better out there - next time I will not get brushless
I had one of these a few months ago, they are really good for the price. LIke someone said, Einhell is good stuff for the price, this is made with metal gearing etc and seems very well built.
I"ve got a hedge trimmer too, really good!
The only reason I returned my Einhell combi is because I got one with a loud whistle on the motor which was abit annoying. Not sure if all of them are like this as Wickes threw a fit about returning a click and collect to a different store. I ended up saying just refund me then! (as the wouldn't exchange at a different store?!)
Edited by: "Ukguy2" 1st Nov
wayners31/10/2019 13:13

@matthat Should remove battery when not in use. All manufacturers say to …@matthat Should remove battery when not in use. All manufacturers say to do that but who dose as they all have small drain..



The instructions for my Bosch drills don't say that. Also, they don't seem to discharge slowly.

I forgot the price of these Bosch drills long ago (probably about £100). However, I am continually reminded of the quality.
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