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Erbauer ECD18-LI-2 18V Brushless Cordless Combi Drill with 2 Batteries and FREE Cordless Bluetooth Speaker - £139.99 @ Screwfix
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Erbauer ECD18-LI-2 18V Brushless Cordless Combi Drill with 2 Batteries and FREE Cordless Bluetooth Speaker - £139.99 @ Screwfix

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Posted 29th Oct
Got this offer in a flyer from Screwfix today which seems pretty good. Available online and in store. Includes a free bluetooth speaker when you buy a cordless Erbauer drill so you can drown the sound out while listening to your favourite music

Reviews are good. I am not much of a DIYer so can't comment but this will hopefully help someone out.

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3319505.jpgERBAUER ECD18-LI-2 18V 4.0AH LI-ION BRUSHLESS CORDLESS COMBI DRILL

Compact and lightweight combi ideal for hard-to-reach areas. Equipped with a brushless motor for extra power, higher torque, longer life and run time. Add bare tools and batteries as you go. Part of the Erbauer 18V 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. Supplied with charger and carry case.

  • 2 x 4.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries
  • 50min Charge Time
  • Max. Torque: 50Nm
  • 17 Torque Settings + Drill + Hammer Drill
  • 13mm Keyless Chuck
  • 2-Speed
  • ABS Gearbox
  • Electronic Brake
  • LED Work Light
  • Spindle Lock

ERBAUER ESP18-LI 18V LI-ION EXT CORDLESS BLUETOOTH SPEAKER
Bluetooth wireless 10W speaker with high performance sound. Also acts as a portable charging facility for mobile devices (using an Erbauer EXT compatible battery) and designed with protective rubber bumpers for durability. Aux cable supplied. Part of the EXT one battery system, running multiple tools for increased flexibility. Compatible with all Erbauer 18V EXT batteries and chargers.
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Great drill had the set with the impact driver does everything I need it to
got a flyer with this and a £5 off voucher for over £25 spend
shamoany29/10/2019 19:41

got a flyer with this and a £5 off voucher for over £25 spend


AUT3SL is the code
For an extra tenner you can get the brushless dewalt (albeit without the radio) with 2x4a batteries and higher torque
Isn’t this a better deal?


diy.com/dep…prd

5.0 Ah batteries, granted no Bluetooth speaker, but better batteries....
Hornyp29/10/2019 23:12

Isn’t this a better d …Isn’t this a better deal?https://www.diy.com/departments/erbauer-ext-cordless-18v-5ah-lithium-ion-brushless-combi-drill-2-batteries-ecdt18-li-2/3663602440154_BQ.prd5.0 Ah batteries, granted no Bluetooth speaker, but better batteries....


Don't know... like I said in my post, I am no DIY expert.

Why don't you take the time to post it for others so they can benefit rather than threadcrapping here? At worst, it will get voted cold but you will have your answer.
Hornyp29/10/2019 23:12

Isn’t this a better d …Isn’t this a better deal?https://www.diy.com/departments/erbauer-ext-cordless-18v-5ah-lithium-ion-brushless-combi-drill-2-batteries-ecdt18-li-2/3663602440154_BQ.prd5.0 Ah batteries, granted no Bluetooth speaker, but better batteries....


Got your answer for you. In my opinion, if you compare apples to apples (or drills to drills in this case), then Homebase is selling the same drill for £135 without the Bluetooth speaker. For an extra £5 using the link in this post, you get a Bluetooth speaker included which seems pretty heavy duty. So I would still go with the drill from Screwfix as per this post.

See the following link Erbauer ECD18-Li-2 for Homebase price for the same item.

Now if you meant which is the better drill rather than deal... then I have no idea (but I'm sure Google can help)
Edited by: "Dark_Destroyer1" 30th Oct
Dark_Destroyer130/10/2019 00:37

Don't know... like I said in my post, I am no DIY expert.Why don't you …Don't know... like I said in my post, I am no DIY expert.Why don't you take the time to post it for others so they can benefit rather than threadcrapping here? At worst, it will get voted cold but you will have your answer.


Sorry, wasn’t my intention to “threadcrap” your post, was just offering an alternative. No offence meant.
Hornyp30/10/2019 06:01

Sorry, wasn’t my intention to “threadcrap” your post, was just offering an …Sorry, wasn’t my intention to “threadcrap” your post, was just offering an alternative. No offence meant.


No problem. Cheers
Any idea what they would do if trying to return the drill afterwards? Would they ask for the speaker back as well in order to complete the return?
robhansen9119/11/2019 17:59

Any idea what they would do if trying to return the drill afterwards? …Any idea what they would do if trying to return the drill afterwards? Would they ask for the speaker back as well in order to complete the return?


Lol! No idea mate
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