Erbauer EBCD18Li-2 18V 2.0Ah Li-Ion EXT Cordless Combi Drill for £69.99 delivered @ Screwfix (+2 years guarantee)

Erbauer EBCD18Li-2 18V 2.0Ah Li-Ion EXT Cordless Combi Drill for £69.99 delivered @ Screwfix (+2 years guarantee)

£69.99£79.9913%Screwfix Deals
Posted 4th NovEdited by:"idontflycathay"
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3-function combi drill with trigger-activated LED, shock-resistant design and battery charge indicator. Part of the Erbauer EXT one battery system, running multiple tools for increased flexibility. Keep Cool battery technology actively manages temperature, so cells do not overheat; allowing for more power and up to 25% more run time than a standard Erbauer battery. Compatible with all Erbauer 18V EXT batteries and chargers.

  • 2 x 2.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries
  • 60min Charge Time
  • Max. Torque: 40Nm
  • 19 Torque Settings + Drill + Hammer Drill
  • 13mm Keyless Chuck
  • Variable Speed
  • ABS Gearbox
  • Electronic Brake
  • LED Work Light
  • Automatic Spindle Lock

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Wouldn’t get erbauer tools. They change the battery system very often. So you have to buy new tools every often.
This is a reasonable deal considering there are two (small) batteries and a bag... personally I’d spend a bit more and buy makita batteries and drill from Amazon or FFx. No bag and only one battery but a better syared batterysystem then opens up.

Anyone know the difference?
Adequate as a drill/ driver, but seriously lacking in ability as a hammer drill.

Horses for courses and all that.
These may have improved in the last 2 years, but last set I had I burnt out the motor on two drills trying to build a bench. Can’t fault screwfix for replacement / eventual refund, but just my experience.
mel140804/11/2019 08:42

Erbauer/Guild/Titan/Worx...Anyone know the difference?

All used to be supplied by Positec and were compatible with each other but these latest Erbauer (EXT) ones use a different battery platform. Can't use even the earlier Erbauer batteries.
had an Erbauer for 4 years now, I can't fault it, especially for the price. If I needed a cordless drill again, I would choose an Erbauer.
Zero support out of warranty. No spares parts offered.
You have to buy in the mindset to throw away if it breaks out of warranty.
Great for the trade as the tools are used daily, so you get your money out of them.
For the average punter who buys and uses occasionally, not so good. Come to use it a couple of years later and it doesn't work...hard luck.
Other than that, good tools at great prices.
Edited by: "fulabeer" 6th Nov
Deal has expired
40Nm - good.
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