Erbauer 18V 2.0Ah Li-Ion Brushless Cordless Drill Driver with 2 Batteries £59.99 @ Screwfix
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Erbauer 18V 2.0Ah Li-Ion Brushless Cordless Drill Driver with 2 Batteries £59.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 6th Feb
Great price with 2 batteries included
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I'm no pro, but i have this and the impact driver in a set, they are awesome bits of kit.
Does this have a hammer mode for masonry please? Can't find any info on any of their combi drills regarding this O.o
SpaceChip42 m ago

Does this have a hammer mode for masonry please? Can't find any info on …Does this have a hammer mode for masonry please? Can't find any info on any of their combi drills regarding this O.o


No hammer according to the Q&A on the site.

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Edited by: "ScubaDudes" 6th Feb
SpaceChip38 m ago

Does this have a hammer mode for masonry please? Can't find any info on …Does this have a hammer mode for masonry please? Can't find any info on any of their combi drills regarding this O.o

I'd say no, as in the screwfix description it does not say combi.
It is a combi. Had this for 18mths. Superb bit of kit as is the matching impact. Grt price too as normally around £90
B&Q have a Ryobi combi for £68 Inc a small battery if that's any good.
Abarry2933 m ago

It is a combi. Had this for 18mths. Superb bit of kit as is the matching …It is a combi. Had this for 18mths. Superb bit of kit as is the matching impact. Grt price too as normally around £90


This model (ER1717DDR) is not a combi and does not have hammer. It is just a drill driver.
Edited by: "hgv" 6th Feb
Thanks all.
Terrific deal - and here's an excellent deal on a compatible battery if you want more:

hotukdeals.com/dea…789
Edited by: "Besford" 6th Feb
hgv2 h, 9 m ago

This model (ER1717DDR) is not a combi and does not have hammer. It is just …This model (ER1717DDR) is not a combi and does not have hammer. It is just a drill driver.


Yes u r right my mistake. I will add the part number I have. Still a grt piece of kit for this price
Mine is the eri691com. This is pretty much the same without the hammer function.been very pleased with the brand
hammer function very important in a drill. i wouldn't buy a drill without one.
This is the combi, also on offer £10 discount currently

screwfix.com/p/e…84t
oceanic1 h, 44 m ago

hammer function very important in a drill. i wouldn't buy a drill without …hammer function very important in a drill. i wouldn't buy a drill without one.


It's not important at all for everyone though and often those that do find it critical will have something like this then a meatier hammer drill - right tool for the right job and all that.
Got to say had an Erbauer and it was superb. Better than the low end DeWalts, Makita's and Bosch's. Not as good as Hitachi though....and obviously nowhere near a Metabo.

All in all fantastic value, had one for 10 years and one of the batteries is still working just fine.
Amazed its only a driver.
Broke 2 of these building a bench, both times the motor burnt out, stick with names brands.
SpaceChip10 h, 57 m ago

Does this have a hammer mode for masonry please? Can't find any info on …Does this have a hammer mode for masonry please? Can't find any info on any of their combi drills regarding this O.o



This particular model, as said above, does not have hammer action.

Took me all of 30 seconds though to find these screwfix.com/c/t…ill
GrenD4 h, 57 m ago

This is the combi, also on offer £10 discount …This is the combi, also on offer £10 discount currentlyhttps://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-eri744com-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/9284t

Now if that had £30 off.......
£60 no hammer......bye
thomasleep31 m ago

£60 no hammer......bye



Have a decent combi at that price range to share..?
andynicol10 m ago

Have a decent combi at that price range to share..?


yes I do, but never share tools
DEWALT is the best!
Good price, might build that go kart for the kids after all with two of these powering the wheels. Wheeeeee!
Dogs_Nads6 h, 36 m ago

Got to say had an Erbauer and it was superb. Better than the low end …Got to say had an Erbauer and it was superb. Better than the low end DeWalts, Makita's and Bosch's. Not as good as Hitachi though....and obviously nowhere near a Metabo.All in all fantastic value, had one for 10 years and one of the batteries is still working just fine.


The newer erbauer is better than the older outdated dewalt, makita and bosch drills that came out a decade ago? Perhaps. But no where near on par with the ones that have been out the past few years.
This is exactly the same drill (slightly smaller capacity battery) for 50 quid. I have both the ebraruer and guild they share batteries and chargers and have same bodies. Just different badge

argos.co.uk/pro…440
ameerahmed1 h, 7 m ago

The newer erbauer is better than the older outdated dewalt, makita and …The newer erbauer is better than the older outdated dewalt, makita and bosch drills that came out a decade ago? Perhaps. But no where near on par with the ones that have been out the past few years.


No. My old Erbauer was better than the then current DeWalt, Makita and Bosch. Given DeWalt, Makita and Bosch have gone more downmarket it wouldn't surprise me if the gap was greater.

But if you've got the money get a Hitachi. If you've really got the money get a Metabo. Simply a different league...mind you they cost £400.
yuha_200012 m ago

This is exactly the same drill (slightly smaller capacity battery) for 50 …This is exactly the same drill (slightly smaller capacity battery) for 50 quid. I have both the ebraruer and guild they share batteries and chargers and have same bodies. Just different badgehttp://www.argos.co.uk/product/4604440


Doesn't look like that one is brushless.
I'm not sure you know much about drills spud. Are you really serious about quality of de Walt and makita or just posting for a response. Go to a building site with a hitachi / Bosch ..See what the tradesfolk say. I suppose you think Milwaukee tools are naff too. This deal is good for the money. So for DIY not a bad buy @ £60. As for metabo they are cheaper than de Walt / makita Hang on this must be a wind up and I've fallen for it. Nice one.
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Dogs_Nads6th Feb

Got to say had an Erbauer and it was superb. Better than the low end …Got to say had an Erbauer and it was superb. Better than the low end DeWalts, Makita's and Bosch's. Not as good as Hitachi though....and obviously nowhere near a Metabo.All in all fantastic value, had one for 10 years and one of the batteries is still working just fine.


Not as good as Hitachi, haha good one, Hitachi make some of the worst power tools at the moment, they were good back in the 80s.
chelseablue38 m ago

Not as good as Hitachi, haha good one, Hitachi make some of the worst …Not as good as Hitachi, haha good one, Hitachi make some of the worst power tools at the moment, they were good back in the 80s.


Depends which version you buy. If you buy the 'domestic' ones yes they'll be made in China tat. But the high end gear is still good. Milwaukee aren't as good as they once were either. Neither are DeWalt. Metabo are the mutts nuts though, but ultimately like everything you pay for that quality.
Dogs_Nads4 h, 13 m ago

Depends which version you buy. If you buy the 'domestic' ones yes they'll …Depends which version you buy. If you buy the 'domestic' ones yes they'll be made in China tat. But the high end gear is still good. Milwaukee aren't as good as they once were either. Neither are DeWalt. Metabo are the mutts nuts though, but ultimately like everything you pay for that quality.


I used to buy Hitachi power tools back in the late 80s early 90s when they were good, I also own a number of Metabo power tools as well, but Hitachi would not even make the top 5 of branded power tools at the moment, I bought quite a few Hitachi tools last year, but ended up sending about £2000 worth of Hitachi tools back, and none that I bought were for the domestic market, and all of their power tools are currently made in China, but all the Metabo tools I own are made in Germany, as well as my Bosch tools.
Dogs_Nads6th Feb

No. My old Erbauer was better than the then current DeWalt, Makita and …No. My old Erbauer was better than the then current DeWalt, Makita and Bosch. Given DeWalt, Makita and Bosch have gone more downmarket it wouldn't surprise me if the gap was greater.But if you've got the money get a Hitachi. If you've really got the money get a Metabo. Simply a different league...mind you they cost £400.


I won't agree with that. I've used dewalt, very rigorously in regard to its fantastic cordless range. Very powerful compared to makita and anything that's cheaper than it.
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