Ferrex 1500W SDS Rotary Hammer Drill £39.99 Delivered @ Aldi
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Ferrex 1500W SDS Rotary Hammer Drill £39.99 Delivered @ Aldi

£39.99Aldi Deals
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Posted 10th Nov
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Good price on this 1500W SDS Drill with a 3 year warranty.

Aldi DIY Special-buys event worth a look... aldi.co.uk/c/specialbuys/dates/2019-11-17?

Whether you're drilling into wood, plastic or metal, this Rotary Hammer Drill is practical, precise and powerful. It can even drill into stone or masonry, making it the perfect companion for a wide variety of tasks around the home. With 1500W of power, this Rotary Hammer Drill is more than capable of getting the job done.

Features
Vibration damping handle
Speed preselection
Chisel function
Electro-pneumatic hammer action
Adjustable handle
Dept stop
Dust collection cap
4 Functions: Hammer drill, chisel, drill adjustment of chisel position
Rotation stop with safety clutch for user protection in case of sudden blocking
Maximum drilling capacity: concrete 32 mm, steel 13 mm, wood 40 mm
Keyless chuck with SDS-plus chuck system for drills and chisels
High-performance hammer drilling and chiselling in concrete
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“It can even drill into stone or masonry“

This seems like a good use for an SDS hammer drill
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“It can even drill into stone or masonry“

This seems like a good use for an SDS hammer drill
Does it have a switch turn to a regular drill?
Why haven't they specified the impact energy?
Has anybody got any idea how many Joules this puts out?
Thx for posting Penny
DodgeySolenoid10/11/2019 10:28

Why haven't they specified the impact energy?Has anybody got any idea how …Why haven't they specified the impact energy?Has anybody got any idea how many Joules this puts out?


Good deal!


It only says maximum drilling capacity: concrete 32 mm, steel 13 mm, wood 40 mm


It's not a hilti, use it, don't abuse it too much, keep the receipt and take it back if it breaks
DodgeySolenoid10/11/2019 10:28

Why haven't they specified the impact energy?Has anybody got any idea how …Why haven't they specified the impact energy?Has anybody got any idea how many Joules this puts out?


Can’t say for certain but I think this will be around 5 Joules
Previously said it, I drilled out and replaced all my wall ties with this drill. Last couple the bit wouldn't come out, so phoned them, they put a bit of a defence up, but had my money back. I did abuse it, it worked non stop for two days.Worth the money though. Paid a but extra and got the titan from Screwfix.
Edited by: "Carpetbagger" 10th Nov
Carpetbagger10/11/2019 12:13

Previously said it, I drilled out and replaced all my wall ties with this …Previously said it, I drilled out and replaced all my wall ties with this drill. Last couple the bit wouldn't come out, so phoned them, they put a bit of a defence up, but had my money back. I did abuse it, it worked non stop for two days.Worth the money though. Paid a but extra and got the titan from Screwfix.


Yeah, it the Titan at Screwfix that I'll probably go with then. For the extra £10 it a better deal.
PennyTrader10/11/2019 11:27

Can’t say for certain but I think this will be around 5 Joules


The Screwfix only at £10 extra and 8 Joules, would be the better deal for me.
jonathan_rowe10/11/2019 11:11

Good deal!It only says maximum drilling capacity: concrete 32 mm, steel 13 …Good deal!It only says maximum drilling capacity: concrete 32 mm, steel 13 mm, wood 40 mmIt's not a hilti, use it, don't abuse it too much, keep the receipt and take it back if it breaks


Wasn't expecting it to be a Hilti, but for an extra £10 the Screwfix Titan one, would be a better deal IMO.
Yeah, you can't do wrong really, all about the warranty I suppose.
DodgeySolenoid10/11/2019 12:28

The Screwfix only at £10 extra and 8 Joules, would be the better deal for …The Screwfix only at £10 extra and 8 Joules, would be the better deal for me.


Fair enough but to be fair I'd say that's overkill for DIY

The 3 year warranty on this along with the sds to standard chuck adaptor ( £10) make this a far better deal imo but eh whatever floats your boat I suppose
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 10th Nov
DodgeySolenoid10/11/2019 10:28

Why haven't they specified the impact energy?Has anybody got any idea how …Why haven't they specified the impact energy?Has anybody got any idea how many Joules this puts out?


Typical for Aldi. People who work in headoffice do not have idea what they selling. In screwfix for 10 pounds more they have a Tytan 5.9 kilo
DodgeySolenoid10/11/2019 10:28

Why haven't they specified the impact energy?Has anybody got any idea how …Why haven't they specified the impact energy?Has anybody got any idea how many Joules this puts out?


About 1.21 gigawatts!!
drivay10/11/2019 18:52

About 1.21 gigawatts!!


Wow puts more out than you have to put in (1500W). I'll to get a couple, they could be the solution to the world's energy crisis.
DodgeySolenoid10/11/2019 20:06

Wow puts more out than you have to put in (1500W). I'll to get a couple, … Wow puts more out than you have to put in (1500W). I'll to get a couple, they could be the solution to the world's energy crisis.


Haha, make sure you get the one with the flux capacitor!
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