Guild 13mm Keyless Corded Hammer Drill - 750W @ Argos (C+C) - £24.79
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Guild 13mm Keyless Corded Hammer Drill - 750W @ Argos (C+C) - £24.79

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Found 24th Jul
This Hammer Drill is high powered and with 750 watts output, is ideal for heavy duty DIY drilling tasks. Designed primarily for use as a drill, but with reverse function, variable speed and hammer off function the tool can be used as a screwdriver if needed. Able to drill into masonry, wood and metal easily. The handy depth gauge prevents drilling deeper than needed whilst the soft grip handle enhances comfort and accuracy. Compatible with all standard round shank drill bits up to 13mm diameter & 6.35mm (1/4) hexagonal screwdriver bits.

Guild power tools are built to last and come with a 2 year guarantee. So whether you are using a drill to put up a shelf or using a mitre saw to cut decking, you know with guild power tools the products are built to last. Guild - for a job well done.

  • 750 watts.
  • Reverse function.
  • 13mm keyless chuck.
  • 1 gear.
  • Maximum of 3000 RPM.
  • 0 - 43200 blows per minute.
  • Drilling capacity for wood 30mm, steel 13mm and masonry 16mm.
  • Soft grip, .
  • Auxiliary handle.
  • Cord length of 2.5m.
  • Accessories included: 1 auxiliary handle, 1 depth gauge.
  • Size H25, W9.8, D30cm.
  • Drill weight 1.85kg.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee (excludes professional use).
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Very cheap. Anyone with one who can comment on it?
Good price but corded drills are such a pain to use once you've become used to cordless.
1982john9 h, 50 m ago

Very cheap. Anyone with one who can comment on it?


This is going to be okay for someone who don't need to drill holes very often like me
Looking for a drill to fit into my drill stand. Cordless drills can't be used as they don't generally have the 'collar' needed.
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Edit: neither the Argos nor the Screwfix drills have a speed control dial, thus making them less suitable for a drill stand).
Edited by: "simonspeakeasy" 25th Jul
I picked up the screwfix one mentioned above last week as I was away and needed a drill. It is fine for the occasialonal use and seems fairly robust. Speed control isn't as responsive as my Black and Decker.
Edited by: "snatch_master" 25th Jul
StatusRed17 h, 13 m ago

Screwfix have a very similar one for £22.99? …Screwfix have a very similar one for £22.99? https://www.screwfix.com/p/energer-40cr-710w-percussion-drill-220-240v/9765v


I've had two Energer items (circular saw and this drill), both of which didn't last very long at all before dying. Wouldn't recommend that brand at all, however I have many of the Guild brand items (mitre saw, stapler & this exact drill) none of which have let me down yet. The drill is very good at drilling through wood, breeze block and brick with the appropriate drill bit, although struggled to get into hard stone even with the hammer function. Just my two pence worth for anyone thinking of buying
Bought one the last time it was on here and must admitt for the price it seemed a superb buy unfortunately first time using the drill chuck jammed and then would not tighten .Reading reviews elsewhere on the net off this drill I am not alone with this problem. Was returned to Argos and never bothered with another one. With the warranty I would still give one another try as again for the price I don't think you will beat it, it's a very powerful drill.
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