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Posted 22 April 2024

Hammer drill 1050W Parkside drilling and chiselling PBH 1050 - @Lidl Walkergate

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Hammer drill 1050W Parkside powerful drilling and chiselling in concrete, stone, metal or wood high impact strength PBH 1050
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  1. eugooglyzer's avatar
    If you live in NI, this is currently £35.52624216-G1dEU.jpg
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  3. danflorin3's avatar
    Anyone tested this. Is it good for odd job drilling in brick 🧱 ??
    grant.evans's avatar
    Honestly I haven’t used it but parkside drills are very good and this will have no issues with drilling through brick.

    honestly if anything it’s probably a bit over kill. The best thing about this is the chisel function. Just remember you won’t be able to use normal drip bits in this.
  4. freddyfender's avatar
    Got a couple of parkside tools including the portable SDS drill similar to this ...great piece of kit for the money ...and so far has gone through everything no bother ..including a concrete post my corded Bosch wouldnt do
  5. Libertine78's avatar
    Bought this recently after an old drill burnt out whilst drilling into concrete. This one made light work of it and the chiselling setting was pretty impressive. I’m sure this is fine for the person that does the old job and needs something reliable. It’s got a 3 year warranty if something were to happen in the mid term
  6. steven_ha's avatar
    It's a rubbish drill .
    Aliwoo18's avatar
    Bad experience with it or just trolling?
  7. ejz's avatar
    Bought 3 years ago for £30. Really good and sturdy. I got dewalt cordless but this one works much better on concrete may be due to power. I used 10mm drill bit on concrete and this one did it without any problem. 
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