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Hitachi DW25EF 26.9 cc 25mm Petrol Drill @ Amazon reduced from £499 to £114:72
Hitachi DW25EF 26.9 cc 25mm Petrol Drill @ Amazon reduced from £499 to £114:72

Hitachi DW25EF 26.9 cc 25mm Petrol Drill @ Amazon reduced from £499 to £114:72

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The ultimate outdoor boy's tool to go with his chainsaw. Powerful petrol go anywhere drill. This was on HUKD three weeks ago when reduced to £299, now only £114, so has to be real deal! Sure looks like it means business.

Pure fire 2 stroke engine for lower emissions
Gear lock mechanism
12.7mm (1/2") keyed chuck with chuck wrench as standard
Keyed chuck for rugged construction and high durability to hold drill bits securely

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Original Poster

PS. Only four left, so please no negative feedback when they are gone

You'd build some decent biceps after using this for a while

Would make an excellent prop in a horror movie, the new texas chainsaw massacre springs to mind

Original Poster

Just noticed the same but keyless chuck for £20 more on Amazon as well. Don't want to drop your key in the long grass, do you!

amazon.co.uk/gp/…294

UPDATE: WOW! The chuckless has now shot up to over £400 again, mad!!
Edited by: "Dinger42" 15th Sep 2010

Original Poster

Thanks MM for that wonderful graphical usage suggestion. Yep the ultimate go anywhere drill!

yes good deal, bought about 6 of the hitachi landscaping tools when they were on a deal a few weeks ago, the Hitachi CG24EKS(SL) 23.9 cc Petrol Straight Shaft Loop Handle Brushcutter For Cutting Grass is also a steal at the moment for £132.80. quite tempted to buy another lol

wiffles

yes good deal, bought about 6 of the hitachi landscaping tools when they … yes good deal, bought about 6 of the hitachi landscaping tools when they were on a deal a few weeks ago, the Hitachi CG24EKS(SL) 23.9 cc Petrol Straight Shaft Loop Handle Brushcutter For Cutting Grass is also a steal at the moment for £132.80. quite tempted to buy another lol



You must be a "SERIAL DRILLER"

MM

I need to hang a picture in the living room and want something that will drill into plasterboard to put a single 6mm plug in, will this be up to the job?

dealmonkey

I need to hang a picture in the living room and want something that will … I need to hang a picture in the living room and want something that will drill into plasterboard to put a single 6mm plug in, will this be up to the job?



Should be ok but I would go for this myself:

http://www.uniquedaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/giant-power-drill.jpg&t=1

MM

Original Poster

Oh my, thats a big one! Or is that her line?!

Mire Mare

Should be ok but I would go for this myself: MM

Think you're a bit young for this site Wiffles!

I suspect the drill is normal size and in fact it's her that's wee

dealmonkey

I need to hang a picture in the living room and want something that will … I need to hang a picture in the living room and want something that will drill into plasterboard to put a single 6mm plug in, will this be up to the job?



This'll be upto the job, but i wouldn't put a 6mm rawl plug into plasterboard

If someone buys one, and finds out they wont use it, I'll buy it.

Shame I missed this.

Why would you drill petrol anyway

Banned

dealmonkey

I need to hang a picture in the living room and want something that will … I need to hang a picture in the living room and want something that will drill into plasterboard to put a single 6mm plug in, will this be up to the job?

carbon monoxide poisening a plenty

dam

Thanks OP for a brilliant find. Received my keyless chuck one this morning.

Superb drill and hats of to Amazon, they clearly mis-priced these drills but kept their promise and I paid £138.31 for a £400+ machine.

That is in marked contrast to Sainsburys for example who send out the refusal emails after they have banked your money and the reason why Amazon will always have my custom.

i don't think it's a misprice as such, i think they must have some automated system that reduces prices until a certain quota of the stock is sold, they expect to shift a small percentage of their items at giveaway prices, and in the grand scheme of things with their level of turnover it doesn't hurt them at all to have smiling customers pleased with a huge bargain
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