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HITACHI DV18DCL2 18V Li-Ion Combi Drill £79.99 at Homebase
HITACHI DV18DCL2 18V Li-Ion Combi Drill £79.99 at Homebase

HITACHI DV18DCL2 18V Li-Ion Combi Drill £79.99 at Homebase

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18V combi drill with two Lithium Ion batteries.
Light weight - 40 percent lighter than Ni-MH batteries.
High maximum torque of 43Nm for fast drilling into brick.
Variable speed and reverse.
Two speed gearbox.
13mm keyless chuck.
Convenient bit holder.
22 stage adjustable torque.
Soft grip handle.
Usage: For professional and heavy duty use.
Includes: Two 1.5Ah Li-Ion batteries, UC18YKL universal charger (60 min charge time), driver bit, carrying case.
Guarantee: 3 year manufacturer's warranty, when registered at WWW.HITACHI-POWERTOOLS.CO.UK within 28 days of purchase.

Collection only but looks like plenty of stock around.
Above price includes current 20% promotion.
The best thing is probably 3 years warranty which might very useful !

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davewave

Isnt the price £99.99?



79.99 quid when added to the basket(includes 20% promotion)

Good deal!

pavel76

79.99 quid when added to the basket(includes 20% promotion)



Excellent find! £10 cheaper than Screwfix.

I think the Screwfix 3.0 Ah battery I posted the other day for £20 fits this if any stock left?

I'm after a drill for very occasional use (diy) but didn't want to spend more than £50. Any ideas.

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g8spur

I'm after a drill for very occasional use (diy) but didn't want to spend … I'm after a drill for very occasional use (diy) but didn't want to spend more than £50. Any ideas.



I got a cheap one from Argos yesterday to put up a few bathroom bits, did the job pretty well argos.co.uk/m/s…htm and also bought the 70 piece drill/driver set argos.co.uk/m/s…htm

Paid full price for this at B&Q. It's a decent DIY drill/driver. My batteries take about 40 mins to fully charge. Great price for the kit with 2 batteries. Heat.

Nice price for a good name with a 3 year warranty and good reviews. Bought today thanks OP!, just what I needed.

Excellent drill. I have hammered mine in the last 4 years with a complete house renovation, put in a kitchen, 2 bathrooms, 2 large decks outside, a garage conversion (wall studding, raised floor etc) 3 built in wardrobes and many small jobs - the drill is as good as the day it was bought. Second only to Makita (whose batteries cost an arm and a leg) IMO. Much better than DeWalt's equivalent offerings. I paid £100 for mine and it was money well spent.
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