MAC ALLISTER 3.6V LI-ION CORDLESS SCREWDRIVER MSSD36-LI £10 @ B&Q
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MAC ALLISTER 3.6V LI-ION CORDLESS SCREWDRIVER MSSD36-LI £10 @ B&Q

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These any good ?

dwaindigital

These any good ?



All right if you are drilling in plastic screws , about as good as a choclate teapot

zippypants2 h, 41 m ago

All right if you are drilling in plastic screws , about as good as a …All right if you are drilling in plastic screws , about as good as a choclate teapot

Whilst my preference is a cordless drill because of speed control, these (generally) are good for light work, such as flat pack furniture (be careful not to over tighten) and other bits around the house. These aren't intended for driving screws into wood without a pilot, but you can easily remove and replace existing screws. Advantage over a cordless drill is size and how you can have it in a (man) drawer in the kitchen, etc.

Definitely much more useful than your average chocolate tea pot

morrig5 h, 52 m ago

This or the Argos one for £9.99 gets decent reviews.. …This or the Argos one for £9.99 gets decent reviews.. http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6049144And the Cla Ohlsen one... http://www.clasohlson.com/uk/3.6-V-Cordless-Screwdriver/Pr183583000Their everywere.

They all roughly do the same thing so thanks for the link
Basically I've just brought 5 IKEA flat packs so it will help for the second person as I have a decent drill
Thanks for all the comments though

Any excuse to post this:

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I got this at full last year for 9.99.
what waste of money, it's absasutly rubbish.

Don't look any good to me as its not got adjustable handle position.

I've got an old challenge extreme one with light in it and adjusting handle from straight to gun shaped and thats what you really need, I've no idea how old mine is, it just gets used for flate pack furniture and I've bought new bits for it twice due to shredding but then i buy them from poundland so they probably don't last long anyway.

I've made, wardrobes, sideboards, TV stands etc with it and i really can't see how that would have been possible without switchable position, the last thing i remember making a sideboard from argos definitely 100% wouldn't have been possible with a gun shaped grip, i would have had to get manual screwdrivers to affix the drawer.
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