Erbauer ER1619KIT 18V 2.0Ah Cordless Twin Pack Combi Drill & Impact Driver £111.99 delivered @ Screwfix
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Erbauer ER1619KIT 18V 2.0Ah Cordless Twin Pack Combi Drill & Impact Driver £111.99 delivered @ Screwfix

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Found 21st Mar 2016
Erbauer ER1619KIT 18V 2.0Ah Cordless Twin Pack Combi Drill & Impact Driver.. not a bad deal down from £138.00 esp with the 2 years Warranty... SCREWFIX
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Heat. This is a good buy. Nice spot
Normally the budget drills from Makita/Bosch/DeWalt have crappy plastic chucks, this one is metal so heat!
themorgatron

Normally the budget drills from Makita/Bosch/DeWalt have crappy plastic … Normally the budget drills from Makita/Bosch/DeWalt have crappy plastic chucks, this one is metal so heat!


It will be hotter as metal conducts heat better!
Hm, this is a bit of a worry:

http://www.ybw.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-322019.html

Gist of it is, a guy who got a screwfix special on erbauer had something break, tried to get repair through manufacturer, and they informed him even they can't get parts - these models are rebadged cheapo's.

A quick google reveals Screwfix are the onllllyyyyy major seller with the "ER1619", so seems it could hold water!
I've loads of Erbauer / Screwfix kit and like all of it. Really well made, does a good job. I wouldn't spend the extra for a 'name'.
Anyone relate to the reliability of theprodu t after the two years guarantee?
themorgatron

Normally the budget drills from Makita/Bosch/DeWalt have crappy plastic … Normally the budget drills from Makita/Bosch/DeWalt have crappy plastic chucks, this one is metal so heat!


What rubbish.
As a chippy I have only good word's for Erbauer I've had loads of stuff........ 2 year take back to store no quibble guarantee still have old ni-cad 18v drill that's had some right stick don't worry it will hold out
trackdayking

As a chippy I have only good word's for Erbauer I've had loads of … As a chippy I have only good word's for Erbauer I've had loads of stuff........ 2 year take back to store no quibble guarantee still have old ni-cad 18v drill that's had some right stick don't worry it will hold out

Fish, Chips, Peas, Curry and a can of Coke please.
hukdbargain

Fish, Chips, Peas, Curry and a can of Coke please.


Top man keep posting them deals
Top bit of kit
Awaken

Hm, this is a bit of a … Hm, this is a bit of a worry:http://www.ybw.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-322019.htmlGist of it is, a guy who got a screwfix special on erbauer had something break, tried to get repair through manufacturer, and they informed him even they can't get parts - these models are rebadged cheapo's.A quick google reveals Screwfix are the onllllyyyyy major seller with the "ER1619", so seems it could hold water!



This still stands true and is easy to check.

The models included are: ERI603COM & ERI6041PD

I can not even find a place to buy a spare battery, never-mind common bits which fail in a drill.

I'm not 100% certain, but it looks like the brand is now owned by Screwfix, who simply buy in models from China. Quite simply, you're basically on your own if you break anything on it.
Bogart

What rubbish.



So which of those manufacturers use a metal chuck in their cheap range?
I got the impact driver around 6 months ago, after 4 months the charger packed in, so I had to take the whole thing back for an exchange, but the driver itself is very good, on it's own the driver cost me £90, so this is a bargain, and no its not as good as a dewalt or a makita, but no where near as expensive Ether.
I Think for the Price you cant go wrong! Inc 2 Years Warranty.
The impact driver alone is worth the £111.
Very hot.
Just bought the drill alone for £63 from Screwfix and it is really well made, lightweight yet solid build. Great post OP
bought the impact driver in dec 2015 now on impact number 3 due to dodgy trigger just gives up but had each one exchanged with no quibbles at all. great tool whilst its working
hukdbargain

Fish, Chips, Peas, Curry and a can of Coke please.


Diet coke?
that's cheap worth a test/try out at this price
I would never buy an Erbauer product. Backup support is terrible; parts supply is non-existent. It's not as though the tools are especially good or particularly cheap. Buy Makita or Hitachi or, if you can afford it, Metabo. Erbauer products may look cheaper, but there is a reason for that. You can't even get spare sander backing pads. The only spares available for Erbauer tools are the batteries. Avoid. Google Erbauer Spares if you don't believe me.
Ordered and Collected today. Really nice bit of kit. Got an Easter building decking so it will be put to the test!
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