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Erbauer EXT Cordless 18V 5Ah Lithium-ion Brushless Combi Drill 2 batteries ECDT18-Li-2 - £115 @ B&Q
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Erbauer EXT Cordless 18V 5Ah Lithium-ion Brushless Combi Drill 2 batteries ECDT18-Li-2 - £115 @ B&Q

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Posted 13th Jan

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Just picked up one of these from B&Q. Bargain considering 2 batteries and the charger cost more than this bundle if bought separately.

And the batteries fit the rest of their cordless range.

This is currently retailing for £199.99 in Screwfix.

I managed to get an extra £5 off for joining the B&Q club too!

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Product Information

Comes with - 2x batteries, 1x charger, 1x belt, 1x Auxiliary handle,1x soft bag
No load speed: 0-550/0-2000 rpm
Torque settings: 24
3 drill functions; Drill, hammer drill & screwdriver
2 speed gearbox
Features and Benefits

Features a brushless motor which delivers revolutionary performance, meaning more power, higher torque, longer life time & run time.
LED light with pre-light and after glow illuminates your work area without turning on the machine.
The 3-in-1 multi-function allows quick and easy mode change among hammer, drill and screwdriver, ideal for a wide range of drilling, fastening and hammer drilling applications
The 13mm metal keyless chuck with lock and auto spindle lock provides increased strength and durability and allows fitting of big sized bits and one-handed bit change with ease
The belt clip feature allows for convenient carrying
Easy to assemble auxiliary handle for improved safety and accuracy
Features 120Nm of torque, making it twice as powerful as a standard combi drill but the handle on to top of the drill helps to manage this extra power
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Good deal. Bought this before Xmas. Have since bought the cordless drill/driver, sander and strimmer bare on deals as these batteries work with the EXT range. Good deal.
How does this compare to other drills such as the dcd796 which has less torque?

Or is torque not the be all and end all?
mn200013/01/2020 14:37

How does this compare to other drills such as the dcd796 which has less …How does this compare to other drills such as the dcd796 which has less torque? Or is torque not the be all and end all?


I nearly purchased that myself as it’s on sale for £179.99 in Toolstation. The issue I found is that the cordless grinders and most of the bare units are double the cost of the Erbauer units.
120nm of torque is about the highest you will see for an 18v drill
mn200013/01/2020 14:37

How does this compare to other drills such as the dcd796 which has less …How does this compare to other drills such as the dcd796 which has less torque? Or is torque not the be all and end all?


I haven't personally used an Erbauer drill. But I have used one of their jigsaws and biscuit joiners. They are decent quality but not as good "feel" as DeWalt stuff imo. However the specs of this drill are actually better than the dce796 and it's like £60 less so I'd say worth a punt. If not happy can return/refund
jw02197913/01/2020 17:20

120nm of torque is about the highest you will see for an 18v drill


120Nm is insane amount from a combo drill. That thing will shred your skin and twist your arm off.

all that torque, I very doubt it will deliver to the bit tip as chuck is still the 3 piece metal chuck and if you have smooth shank bits it will just rotate in the chuck. But dewalt bits have angular shank. So they maybe a bit more capable. But 120Nm will probably shred the chuck apart as well.

At that kind of torque rating, it should have similar chuck to impact drivers.

I would probably avoid it as a consequence of that. Also erbauer change their battery connection every 2-3 years. So these batteries won’t be compatible with their next gen stuff and if you want to expand your kit or replace battery then GOOD LUCK
If your after erbauer batteries then surly this is a great deal as your effectively getting the drill for £15!!
Edited by: "terry82517" 16th Jan
Got one yesterday... drilled holes straight into brick verrrry easily. I like it but it's quite noisy.
panrix16/01/2020 18:17

Got one yesterday... drilled holes straight into brick verrrry easily. I …Got one yesterday... drilled holes straight into brick verrrry easily. I like it but it's quite noisy.


How noisy? I've used Milwaukee at work and they seem pretty normal in terms of sound.
Wouldn't want an air horn everytime I'm drilling something. 😁
mn200016/01/2020 21:34

How noisy? I've used Milwaukee at work and they seem pretty normal in …How noisy? I've used Milwaukee at work and they seem pretty normal in terms of sound. Wouldn't want an air horn everytime I'm drilling something. 😁


Got mine today and it's no louder than the 18v Worx drill it's replacing. The instructions say its max noise is 92dba but that would be drilling into brick/stone in hammer mode.

All in all very impressed, the charger has a fan in it too.
RickyWong13/01/2020 23:06

120Nm is insane amount from a combo drill. That thing will shred your …120Nm is insane amount from a combo drill. That thing will shred your skin and twist your arm off.all that torque, I very doubt it will deliver to the bit tip as chuck is still the 3 piece metal chuck and if you have smooth shank bits it will just rotate in the chuck. But dewalt bits have angular shank. So they maybe a bit more capable. But 120Nm will probably shred the chuck apart as well.At that kind of torque rating, it should have similar chuck to impact drivers. I would probably avoid it as a consequence of that. Also erbauer change their battery connection every 2-3 years. So these batteries won’t be compatible with their next gen stuff and if you want to expand your kit or replace battery then GOOD LUCK


Wait. Every 2-3 years is crazy. Just when you think you've found the perfect drill something else props up detracting you from buying it.

Was hoping as this would be my first tool purchase, to build a range as and when needed (circular saw, router etc.) Back to the drawing board now.
mn200016/01/2020 21:34

How noisy? I've used Milwaukee at work and they seem pretty normal in …How noisy? I've used Milwaukee at work and they seem pretty normal in terms of sound. Wouldn't want an air horn everytime I'm drilling something. 😁


Considering I was drilling at head height into brick, I should have put some ear protection on. I'll see how I go but it's a keeper
Tribalkev18/01/2020 14:55

Got mine today and it's no louder than the 18v Worx drill it's replacing. …Got mine today and it's no louder than the 18v Worx drill it's replacing. The instructions say its max noise is 92dba but that would be drilling into brick/stone in hammer mode.All in all very impressed, the charger has a fan in it too.


You looked at the instructions? lol
Have just picked one of these up from the Harrogate store. There were 2 left on the shelf with all the other drills etc.
This deal is still live although you can't order online and only available in some stores - I had to show the deal online then the B&Q guy went to the back to get the drill. Like others say combined with B&Q 10% off you're getting 2 x 5ah 18V batteries a charger and then combi drill essentially for free.
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