Erbauer Combi drill and drill driver 18v 2.0ah £109.99 inc free delivery @ Screwfix
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Erbauer Combi drill and drill driver 18v 2.0ah £109.99 inc free delivery @ Screwfix

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Found 15th Apr
Versatile twin pack comprises a compact combi drill and drill driver, both of which offer 13mm metal chucks and 2-speed variable gearboxes with forward and reverse bit rotation. Combi features 21 torque settings plus drill and hammer. Driver features 28 torque settings plus drill. LED work light gives drilling visibility in poorly-lit working areas, while a rubber over-mould grip improves comfort and control. Supplied in a blow-moulded case.


  • 1 x 18V Combi Drill 40Nm
  • 1 x 18V Drill Driver 40Nm
  • 2 x 18V 2.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries
  • 1 x 60min Charger
  • 1 x Carry Case
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What's the quality of these like compared to Makita?
steven5watson30 m ago

What's the quality of these like compared to Makita?


They seem to get good write ups....the only thing I would have against them is being brushed motors and not brushless which gives alot more battery life for a start,still a good price though,if the Brushless thing didn't bother you they are a good buy....I'm a Dewalt Brushless snob,but you pay more for that lol.
steven5watson31 m ago

What's the quality of these like compared to Makita?


My impact driver packed in after 18 months under light use. Luckily these have a 2 year warranty so they replaced straight away, but not expecting it to last that long again really.
This info picked up on tradesman forum:

Erbauer is a carefully marketed Screwfix 'own brand' (google Erbauer and you get Screwfix). It holds a price position of second from the bottom of Screwfix's range of power tools. Basically, when trade-focused Screwfix was sold to Kingfisher (owns B&Q), they started targeting the DIYer. Brand names tools were/are very expensie to the average weekend warrior, so they introduced a couple of lines to make up the low-end price points (Titan & Erbauer now, previously Ferm and Power Devil in the past). In fact, a number of branded suppliers make the tools for them (with the exception of Power Devil).
sabreliner10 m ago

This info picked up on tradesman forum:Erbauer is a carefully marketed …This info picked up on tradesman forum:Erbauer is a carefully marketed Screwfix 'own brand' (google Erbauer and you get Screwfix). It holds a price position of second from the bottom of Screwfix's range of power tools. Basically, when trade-focused Screwfix was sold to Kingfisher (owns B&Q), they started targeting the DIYer. Brand names tools were/are very expensie to the average weekend warrior, so they introduced a couple of lines to make up the low-end price points (Titan & Erbauer now, previously Ferm and Power Devil in the past). In fact, a number of branded suppliers make the tools for them (with the exception of Power Devil).


This is great info. I'm a DIYer and cant justify paying the prices for DeWalt/Makita/Milwaukee. I might drill a couple of dozen holes a year at best. The Erbauer reviews seem good and as long as theyre back up by warranty i'll probably get these.
Would stay well clear of these, perhaps my bad experience but broke two of the drill drivers building a simple bench for the garden. Both times the motor burnt out within 2-3 hours of use. Went with Makita in the end, done me good for 18months so far with no issue.
I buy Dewalt now but I have two Challenge 10v drills bought from Argos about 20 years ago for a Fiver each lol,still going strong,use them for rough work,actually replaced all the guttering on the house with them,one for drilling and one for screwing,around 300 screws and a fence with around 40 uprights with four 75mm screws in each,the cheap ones did the job no bother, budget brands are not all bad.
sabreliner3 h, 38 m ago

This info picked up on tradesman forum:Erbauer is a carefully marketed …This info picked up on tradesman forum:Erbauer is a carefully marketed Screwfix 'own brand' (google Erbauer and you get Screwfix). It holds a price position of second from the bottom of Screwfix's range of power tools. Basically, when trade-focused Screwfix was sold to Kingfisher (owns B&Q), they started targeting the DIYer. Brand names tools were/are very expensie to the average weekend warrior, so they introduced a couple of lines to make up the low-end price points (Titan & Erbauer now, previously Ferm and Power Devil in the past). In fact, a number of branded suppliers make the tools for them (with the exception of Power Devil).


Erbauer shares the battery fitting with WORX, Guild, Rockwell in the USA and some others. I suspect they come from the same manufacturer in China (Positec). I've had great service from WORX and Guild stuff.


positecgroup.com/our…any
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steven5watson12 h, 50 m ago

What's the quality of these like compared to Makita?



steven5watson12 h, 50 m ago

What's the quality of these like compared to Makita?


I have had the same erbauer cordless for over 5 years now works and charges like new (and I have used the hammer function A LOT), brilliant gear in my opinion. I would buy these if the one I bought originally actually needed replacing. Don't take my word for it, check the reviews they are all very positive.
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