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Einhell Power X-Change TE-CD 18 Li-I BL 18V Cordless 2 X 2.0AH Brushless Combi Drill £99 @ Wickes
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Einhell Power X-Change TE-CD 18 Li-I BL 18V Cordless 2 X 2.0AH Brushless Combi Drill £99 @ Wickes

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Posted 17th May

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The Einhell cordless combi drill with brushless motor delivers more power and runs longer. Supplied with 2 batteries and a high speed charger to keep you going for longer. Featuring a 2 speeds and a comfortable grip this drill is both practical and powerful.

Product attributes
Blows per Minute: 0-8000, 0-28800Maximum Torque: 60Maximum Diameter (Masonry): 10 mmNumber of Torque Settings: 22Brushless: YesNo Load Speed: 0-500, 0-1800Weight: 1.69 kgChuck Capacity: 13 mmChuck Type: KeylessPower Type: CordlessBattery Type: Li-Ion
Number of Batteries: 2Charge Time: 40 minVoltage: 18Case: YesIncludes: 2 x 2.0 Ah batteries, fast charger, caseType: Combi DrillsYears Guaranteed: 2Manufacturer Model No: 4513861Brand 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
Quick-Stop for changing tools quickly and easily
Ergonomic design with Softgrip for comfortable operation
Supplied with 2x2.0 Ah batteries and high-speed charger
Includes BMC case
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Fab price for the 2 x battery variant, the single is £95 alone on amazon!!
Or, for £1 more, the WORX with 2x4
adamspencer9518/05/2019 16:46

please can you link me to the worx with 2 5Ah batteries for £100?



Sorry, they are 4Ah (my mistake) but here it is:
wickes.co.uk/Wor…ton
Edited by: "Besford" 18th May
Einhell and Ozito that you can find in Homebase are both compatable with eachother. I have a brushed drill, impact driver, grinder, reciprocating saw and a few other bits and Bob's between the brands and have no complaints so far. Good German build quality.

This brushless drill has very good reviews, I would of got this originally if I didn't have my impact driver.
Besford18/05/2019 09:31

Or, for £1 more, the WORX with 2x$Ah batteries. No, it's not brushless …Or, for £1 more, the WORX with 2x$Ah batteries. No, it's not brushless but it's part of a larger 'system' which is far more widely available. Pesrsonally I'd opt for the WORX. I have a large collection of WORX 20v tools for workshop and garden and they've all been very good.


18V+ brushless will normally outperform 20V+brushed due to efficiency so I would probably recommend this one instead

as you say if you're already set up on a battery platform it makes sense to stay with it but for someone who isn't, i wouldnt start with worx
adamspencer9518/05/2019 10:26

18V+ brushless will normally outperform 20V+brushed due to efficiency so I …18V+ brushless will normally outperform 20V+brushed due to efficiency so I would probably recommend this one insteadas you say if you're already set up on a battery platform it makes sense to stay with it but for someone who isn't, i wouldnt start with worx


But would you start with Einhell (Ozito)? I wouldn't. WORX range is enormous and those two 4Ah batteries alone would cost more than £100: ebay.co.uk/itm…kKN
Besford18/05/2019 13:41

But would you start with Einhell (Ozito)? I wouldn't. WORX range is …But would you start with Einhell (Ozito)? I wouldn't. WORX range is enormous and those two 4Ah batteries alone would cost more than £100: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WORX-WA3553-20V-4-0Ah-Lithium-Battery/183641971179?hash=item2ac1ea19eb:g:KQgAAOSwHvpbFkKN


please can you link me to the worx with 2 5Ah batteries for £100?
Edited by: "adamspencer95" 18th May
adamspencer9518/05/2019 10:26

18V+ brushless will normally outperform 20V+brushed due to efficiency so I …18V+ brushless will normally outperform 20V+brushed due to efficiency so I would probably recommend this one insteadas you say if you're already set up on a battery platform it makes sense to stay with it but for someone who isn't, i wouldnt start with worx



Think the difference between 20 and 18 volt is ziltch in that all the cells equal 18 volt min or 20 volt max so there the same, but brushless does give a power boost.
morrig18/05/2019 17:17

Think the difference between 20 and 18 volt is ziltch in that all the …Think the difference between 20 and 18 volt is ziltch in that all the cells equal 18 volt min or 20 volt max so there the same, but brushless does give a power boost.


yep, probably, lithium 18650 cells are rated 3.7v nominal so both types probably have 5 cells in series so will fluctuate dependent on charge level (fully charged normally 4.2v)
morrig18/05/2019 17:17

Think the difference between 20 and 18 volt is ziltch in that all the …Think the difference between 20 and 18 volt is ziltch in that all the cells equal 18 volt min or 20 volt max so there the same, but brushless does give a power boost.


Yep, they're the same! Voltages aren't precise and WORX (now others too) chose to quote '20v MAX' for theirs.
Besford18/05/2019 09:31

Or, for £1 more, the WORX with 2x4 Sorry, they are 4Ah (my mistake) but …Or, for £1 more, the WORX with 2x4 Sorry, they are 4Ah (my mistake) but here it is:https://www.wickes.co.uk/Worx-WX372-7-20V-Li-ion-Combination-Drill-Supplied-with-2-x-4-0Ah-batteries/p/142291?reccs=landingpagewithbutton


ok, yep, would definitely get this one instead if you can get hold of it

bigger batteries and higher torque
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