Guild 18v li-ion cordless drill with 2 x 1.5Ah batteries at Argos for £39.99
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Guild 18v li-ion cordless drill with 2 x 1.5Ah batteries at Argos for £39.99

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Refreshed 29th Jun (Posted 20th Jun)
This has been further reduced in Argos and comes with 2 x 18v 1.5Ah batteries.

Details on the drill are:

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.

18V battery power.
Variable speed.
Speed 0-400rpm/0-1450rpm.
Reverse function.
Fully charged in up to 1 hours.
Charger included.
13mm keyless chuck.
2 gears.
19 torque settings.
Maximum torque 30Nm.
Drilling capacity for wood 25mm and steel 10mm.
Temperature overload function which shuts down unit automatically if it overheats.
LED power indicator.
1.5Ah.
Li-Ion battery.
2 batteries.
Soft grip handle.
Accessories included: 2 1.5AH Li-ion battery pack. 1 charger. 1 double ended screwdriver bit. 1 belt clip.
Double ended screw bit included.
Drill weight 1.65kg.
2 year manufacturer's guarantee.
EAN: 5053721919408.
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Nexy1 h, 51 m ago

I've got one of these and the impact driver. They aren't getting you a …I've got one of these and the impact driver. They aren't getting you a tunnel through a cliff-face, but they're surprisingly good for the money.


Ahh that’s a shame. Starting a tunnel job next week. Could you recommend me any?
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I seem to forever be drilling masonry, else I’d snap this up
Decent lightweight drill (I have two) and possibly worth this price just for the batteries - which are compatible with WORX, Erbauer and some others. Argos cleared out these batteries (originally £19.99 each) for as little as £11.99 a few months back and don't appear to sell batteries only now.
Edited by: "Besford" 20th Jun
I've got one of these and the impact driver. They aren't getting you a tunnel through a cliff-face, but they're surprisingly good for the money.
Nexy1 h, 51 m ago

I've got one of these and the impact driver. They aren't getting you a …I've got one of these and the impact driver. They aren't getting you a tunnel through a cliff-face, but they're surprisingly good for the money.


Ahh that’s a shame. Starting a tunnel job next week. Could you recommend me any?
londongeeza28 m ago

Ahh that’s a shame. Starting a tunnel job next week. Could you recommend m …Ahh that’s a shame. Starting a tunnel job next week. Could you recommend me any?



Makita, Milwaukee, and DeWalt. But you'll pay through the nose.
louiearch93094 h, 34 m ago

I seem to forever be drilling masonry, else I’d snap this up


So you cant use this to make a whole in a brick wall? is it just a glorified electric screwdriver?
justicesj17 m ago

So you cant use this to make a whole in a brick wall? is it just a …So you cant use this to make a whole in a brick wall? is it just a glorified electric screwdriver?


As an absolute novice myself, I have the same question.

Am I going to be able to move into a new house and put shelves up with this?
dkl_uk57 m ago

As an absolute novice myself, I have the same question.Am I going to be …As an absolute novice myself, I have the same question.Am I going to be able to move into a new house and put shelves up with this?


Yes. Lol
jameswalker45714 m ago

Yes. Lol


Fair enough. Got thrown by the "Drilling capacity for wood 25mm and steel 10mm.". Why specify other materials and not brick/plaster?
dkl_uk29 m ago

Fair enough. Got thrown by the "Drilling capacity for wood 25mm and steel …Fair enough. Got thrown by the "Drilling capacity for wood 25mm and steel 10mm.". Why specify other materials and not brick/plaster?


It'll struggle with brick but easy peasy with plaster. Good for general DIY but if your looking for alot of brick work get yourself a mains drill. Poss an SDS
Besford6 h, 26 m ago

Decent lightweight drill (I have two) and possibly worth this price just …Decent lightweight drill (I have two) and possibly worth this price just for the batteries - which are compatible with WORX, Erbauer and some others. Argos cleared out these batteries for £15 or less a few months back and don't appear to sell batteries only now.



I got the battery on offer... didn't fit my wickes drill, so just bought one of these, now got 3 batts and one body... will try and pick up another body.... save swapping bits and stuff
Besford7 h, 2 m ago

Decent lightweight drill (I have two) and possibly worth this price just …Decent lightweight drill (I have two) and possibly worth this price just for the batteries - which are compatible with WORX, Erbauer and some others. Argos cleared out these batteries for £15 or less a few months back and don't appear to sell batteries only now.


I nearly got the aldi workzone impact driver with two batteries for £29.99 but wasn't if the batteries would fit a worx. I went back the next day to see if my battery would fit the impact driver but they'd sold out..
mwj1821821 m ago

I nearly got the aldi workzone impact driver with two batteries for £29.99 …I nearly got the aldi workzone impact driver with two batteries for £29.99 but wasn't if the batteries would fit a worx. I went back the next day to see if my battery would fit the impact driver but they'd sold out..


The Aldi batteries will NOT fit WORX.
stealth66640 m ago

I got the battery on offer... didn't fit my wickes drill, so just bought …I got the battery on offer... didn't fit my wickes drill, so just bought one of these, now got 3 batts and one body... will try and pick up another body.... save swapping bits and stuff


This is a good deal if it suits your needs; just checked and there is stock again:

hotukdeals.com/dea…e=1
Just ordered, more for the batteries
I posted these at the last price 45 quid and got - heat

Ah well, anyway excellent drills exactly the same as the toolstation and screwfix own brand drills. Its a generic chinese one they rebrand.. Screwfix sells this for 90 odd quid!
Bought the other day for a shed build after seeing this, brill value for money and feels nice and solid. Thanks a lot
Glad I could finally help a few people, after all the deals I've found through here
londongeeza20th Jun

Ahh that’s a shame. Starting a tunnel job next week. Could you recommend m …Ahh that’s a shame. Starting a tunnel job next week. Could you recommend me any?


That reminds me , I’ve your passport photos ready.
No Hammer action on this one unfortunately.
This one has, but it's dearer + only one battery;- argos.co.uk/pro…251
Nexy20th Jun

I've got one of these and the impact driver. They aren't getting you a …I've got one of these and the impact driver. They aren't getting you a tunnel through a cliff-face, but they're surprisingly good for the money.


cant be that hard to get a tunnel through this though right?

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kevnis27th Jun

No Hammer action on this one unfortunately. This one has, but it's dearer …No Hammer action on this one unfortunately. This one has, but it's dearer + only one battery;- https://www.argos.co.uk/product/4611251


Always wondered what the hammer function is for on a drill.
Genuine question.
aland1631 h, 20 m ago

Always wondered what the hammer function is for on a drill.Genuine …Always wondered what the hammer function is for on a drill.Genuine question.


Makes drilling through masonry easier.
aland1631 h, 44 m ago

Always wondered what the hammer function is for on a drill.Genuine …Always wondered what the hammer function is for on a drill.Genuine question.


thewoodwhisperer.com/art…rs/

This is what found when I goggled it
I was gonna post this but forgot!
jameswalker45720th Jun

It'll struggle with brick but easy peasy with plaster. Good for general …It'll struggle with brick but easy peasy with plaster. Good for general DIY but if your looking for alot of brick work get yourself a mains drill. Poss an SDS


Why mains?

My stanley fatmax gets through most stuff pretty easily. If you are using terrible cheap bits you might have an issue of course.
wookiehole2 h, 48 m ago

Why mains?My stanley fatmax gets through most stuff pretty easily. If you …Why mains?My stanley fatmax gets through most stuff pretty easily. If you are using terrible cheap bits you might have an issue of course.


What Volt? I'm tempted to get a decent cordless.
jameswalker4579 h, 8 m ago

What Volt? I'm tempted to get a decent cordless.


I need to check but 24v i think, i paid about £90 with a spare battery and its served me very well over the last 2 years... Id go and check now but its in the shed and im in the house in my undercrackers. Id chance it but my neighbours have cctv in their garden.

Edit... 18v actually. Id say this is the one Ive got


argos.co.uk/pro…BwE
Edited by: "wookiehole" 1st Jul
Besford20th Jun

Decent lightweight drill (I have two) and possibly worth this price just …Decent lightweight drill (I have two) and possibly worth this price just for the batteries - which are compatible with WORX, Erbauer and some others. Argos cleared out these batteries (originally £19.99 each) for as little as £11.99 a few months back and don't appear to sell batteries only now.


Do you know if the worx batteries are compatable with this charger? Cheers
Has this now expired? Showing as £59.99 for me unless I have the wrong link?
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