Impact Drill 500w £15 @ B&Q (Free C&C)
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Impact Drill 500w £15 @ B&Q (Free C&C)

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Found 13th JunMade hot 13th Jun
Just spotted this drill at B&Q. Worth a try for this price and also includes 1 year guarantee for peace of mind.

No load speed: 0-3200 rpm
Single speed speed gearbox
Weight 1.7 kg; Cable length 2 m
Guarantee - 1 year
Supplied with 1 side handle, 1 depth ruler, 1 key and kit box
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Looks similar to one I got a few years ago when they were selling them off for a fiver. Took lots of abuse, only made it my backup drill when the forward/reverse switch snapped off near the base so it was a pain to change modes.

None in stock for me guttediam
Giving Heat for the lucky ones

guttediam

None in stock for me guttediam :(Giving Heat for the lucky ones



£17 at Argos for their branded version.

TheUrbis

£17 at Argos for their branded version.



Thank you will check it out

Looks good but b n q service is horrendous

Very bad product and poor quality.

This cannot be a true 'impact' drill as it is not SDS, the bits would drop out in seconds.

HOTPOT

This cannot be a true 'impact' drill as it is not SDS, the bits would … This cannot be a true 'impact' drill as it is not SDS, the bits would drop out in seconds.


I assume by "impact drill" they mean "hammer drill" (forward-backward hammer motion) as against the rotary impact action of an impact driver. You don't need SDS for a hammer drill - there are many high-quality examples of non-SDS hammer drills.

Dodge62

I assume by "impact drill" they mean "hammer drill" (forward-backward … I assume by "impact drill" they mean "hammer drill" (forward-backward hammer motion) as against the rotary impact action of an impact driver. You don't need SDS for a hammer drill - there are many high-quality examples of non-SDS hammer drills.



I've been working with 'hammer drills' & 'impact drills' for 40 years & I know I would never class a 'hammer drill' as an 'impact drill'. Unless the bit is secured by SDS or similar means, any impact on a key type chuck would knock the bit out in seconds.

Bosch sell a range of what they describe as "impact drills" - none of which are SDS. I'd still call them hammer drills. I'm not sure what you're describing - do you mean an impact driver?
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