Lidl SDS plus drill 1050W with various accessories £39.99
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Lidl SDS plus drill 1050W with various accessories £39.99

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Found 12th Apr
Lidl describe this simply as a "hammer drill" but it does in fact appear to be an SDS plus hammer drill. Website description:

Parkside Hammer Drill
£ 39.99
each
1050W
For drilling in concrete, stone, metal or wood
Pneumatic hammer mill with high impact strength and integrated chisel function with adjustable alignment
Quick release chuck with SDS-Plus system
360° rotatable handle
Impact strength: 3 joules
Impact rate: 5,300bpm
No-load rotation speed: 980rpm
Max. drilling diameters: 26mm in masonry, 13mm in metal, 32mm in wood
Includes:

1x 250mm pointed chisel
1x 250mm flat chisel
3x drills (Ø: 6,8 and10mm x 150mm)
1x depth stop
1x quick-release chuck for shank drills
50g of lubricating grease
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linhang9013th Apr

Aldi ones 1500w i think. 1/3 more powerful


Good mathing
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That's a big-un.
Looks good, not quite as beefy as the Aldi one and no mention of a safety clutch which is a bit of a worry.

Still I’m sure it’ll have one though?

Heat added.
Was at £34.99
PennyTrader12th Apr

Looks good, not quite as beefy as the Aldi one and no mention of a safety …Looks good, not quite as beefy as the Aldi one and no mention of a safety clutch which is a bit of a worry.Still I’m sure it’ll have one though? Heat added.


Aldi ones 1500w i think. 1/3 more powerful
linhang9013th Apr

Aldi ones 1500w i think. 1/3 more powerful


Good mathing
pureamz00312th Apr

Was at £34.99


That was for the 800W version
amazon.co.uk/Bos…sds

Buy once. You pay twice the money , but when this one packs in you need a new one again anyway.

just noticed its not sds. here's the sds version, fair bit more but if your beyond using a drill for diy you need something like this.


amazon.co.uk/Bos…ill
Edited by: "r_macus" 15th Apr
In before someone posts links to Bosch or Makita products for 2-6x the price and proclaim this to be useless/instantly break
r_macus1 h, 31 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-Professional-Corded-Impact-Drill/dp/B004Z0T4TO/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1523797455&sr=8-6&keywords=240v+bosch+sdsBuy once. You pay twice the money , but when this one packs in you need a new one again anyway.just noticed its not sds. here's the sds version, fair bit more but if your beyond using a drill for diy you need something like this. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-Professional-Corded-Rotary-Hammer/dp/B004FITJVE/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1523797699&sr=8-2&keywords=240v+sds+drill


Rats, thought I had beaten the usual gatekeepers.
r_macus2 h, 13 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-Professional-Corded-Impact-Drill/dp/B004Z0T4TO/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1523797455&sr=8-6&keywords=240v+bosch+sdsBuy once. You pay twice the money , but when this one packs in you need a new one again anyway.just noticed its not sds. here's the sds version, fair bit more but if your beyond using a drill for diy you need something like this. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-Professional-Corded-Rotary-Hammer/dp/B004FITJVE/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1523797699&sr=8-2&keywords=240v+sds+drill


The Bosch SDS is underpowered compared to the Lidl one, so it's not better, people in the trade would not be buying that Bosch SDS drill, it's their entry model, it's aimed more to the occasional user, as is this Lidl SDS drill, they both come with a 3 year warranty, save your money and get the Lidl one if you're only using it for DIY, if your after a decent Bosch SDS drill you would be spending 3 - 4 times that of the Lidl one.
PennyTrader12th Apr

Looks good, not quite as beefy as the Aldi one and no mention of a safety …Looks good, not quite as beefy as the Aldi one and no mention of a safety clutch which is a bit of a worry.Still I’m sure it’ll have one though? Heat added.


I had an older version of this Lidl drill, which did have the clutch, very good drill too. Brushes go fast - but can be found online - the older version had spares, hopefully this one has spares too.
I need a Drill/Screw driver that can do the job so i can drill n screw around the house without having to resort to asking for outside help. Which ones do you recommend?
This is a phenomenal piece of kit for the money.
out of stock in my local, will try another one
oos in my local and they dont have system to chk where i can find the stock
GeorgeNox17th Apr

out of stock in my local, will try another one


correction: Went back to my local, and there was stock today, so bought it. Also got a set of various sds-plus drill bits for £10, good offer.
finally got 1 today from feltham plenty left
Would this work for chasing walls? Or does the chisel rotate?
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