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Mac Allister 3.6V Li-ion Cordless Screwdriver MSSD36-Li for £10 @ B&Q (Free C&C)
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Mac Allister 3.6V Li-ion Cordless Screwdriver MSSD36-Li for £10 @ B&Q (Free C&C)

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Half price offer on this handy cordless screwdriver. Free store collection available and comes with 2 years guarantee.

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This cordless screwdriver is ideal for tasks around the home.

Supplied with 1 battery x 1.3Ah li-ion batteries and 3xx 25mm Cr-V screwdriver bits.

  • 220 rpm no load speed

Features and Benefits
  • Magnetic bit holder
  • LED work light
  • 3 hour charge time
  • Guarantee - 2 years


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Hmmm yeah looks cool for a tenner!

Or maybe this one for an extra fiver...which has 50 screw/hex/allenkey bits and a case and 15 torque settings...hmmm....

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
(deal of the day, so only today)
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Hmmm yeah looks cool for a tenner!

Or maybe this one for an extra fiver...which has 50 screw/hex/allenkey bits and a case and 15 torque settings...hmmm....

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
(deal of the day, so only today)
timb99920/02/2019 15:54

Hmmm yeah looks cool for a tenner!Or maybe this one for an extra …Hmmm yeah looks cool for a tenner!Or maybe this one for an extra fiver...which has 50 screw/hex/allenkey bits and a case and 15 torque settings...hmmm....https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07FMYXCZX/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A1AFJESMA8SCN6&psc=1(deal of the day, so only today)


Von Haus taking over the world.
Plus free delivery via Amazon
Edited by: "123lola" 20th Feb 2019
These are great little drivers, battery lasts for ages and a good amount or torque.
timb9992 h, 35 m ago

Hmmm yeah looks cool for a tenner!Or maybe this one for an extra …Hmmm yeah looks cool for a tenner!Or maybe this one for an extra fiver...which has 50 screw/hex/allenkey bits and a case and 15 torque settings...hmmm....https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07FMYXCZX/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A1AFJESMA8SCN6&psc=1(deal of the day, so only today)



Thanks
These are surprisingly good, far more torque than you would expect from something like this. I originally bought one years ago for things like flat pack furniture but found I used it more than my proper drivers.
I've succumbed. Thanks, OP. Heat from me.
Does it come in a box?
Edited by: "billyboyjones" 21st Feb 2019
I will order in the morning ... thanks
Anyone tried the ones on Gearbest? as was thinking of getting one there
I got this a few years back when it was £7.99, best thing I ever bought! Saved me much effort when putting stuff together.
I was hoping to get an electric screwdriver for putting together laptops, but I think the drill bits might be too wide and chunky to fit in the holes.
Thanks been keeping my eye out for this to be in sale. It’s great little screwdriver
Double heat. No, make that 'triple heat' from me. Having bought one last night, I've just dismantled my MSSD36-Li to find that the internal Lithium battery is an 18650 1300mAhr cell. Easily replaceable (if one has some basic electronics ability). One could even fit a 2000mAhr 18650 cell to give a longer play time. (But doing so would require a longer re-charge time). It's a lovely item. Thanks again, OP.
What is the difference between 3.6v and 7.2v? is it more powerful can you drill with it
billyboyjones11 h, 48 m ago

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Hi, could anybody clarify if this is indeed the same package? Please.

Neostar35 m ago

What is the difference between 3.6v and 7.2v? is it more powerful can you …What is the difference between 3.6v and 7.2v? is it more powerful can you drill with it



Yeah voltage is power, but 7.2v isn’t a lot for drilling. If you only have particularly light duties in mind it might be ok... also bear in mind the hex chuck so it won’t take a normal drill bit without some playing around
voted hot but looks its available for £8.33 at trade point?
trade-point.co.uk/dep…prd
Plus vat
£9.99 with vat at trade point. Saving a whole penny
bollmad21/02/2019 13:49

£9.99 with vat at trade point. Saving a whole penny


Do you not need a trade account to buy? Is there any other way? My local B&Q has no stock of this.
Tentwoseven5 m ago

Do you not need a trade account to buy? Is there any other way? My local …Do you not need a trade account to buy? Is there any other way? My local B&Q has no stock of this.


Proof of trade

TradePoint is for the Trade only. That's why we ask everyone who applies for a form of ID to prove they're in the Trade. You'll find the types of ID we accept by selecting the arrow below. Once you have chosen an ID type (i.e. business card), simply select ‘Browse” and upload your document.
timb99923 h, 11 m ago

Hmmm yeah looks cool for a tenner!Or maybe this one for an extra …Hmmm yeah looks cool for a tenner!Or maybe this one for an extra fiver...which has 50 screw/hex/allenkey bits and a case and 15 torque settings...hmmm....https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07FMYXCZX/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A1AFJESMA8SCN6&psc=1(deal of the day, so only today)


Sounds good - the one I recently bought off Amazon has a habit of stripping screw heads far too easily, so adjustable torque sounds ideal
Temptation won. Got one earlier from their Wallasey store. Shelf edge label said £20 but came up as £10 at the till. Still a few left. Just put 3 Ikea drawers together with it and first impressions are good.
Got a similar one from Lidl last month for £6.99 which came with integrated bits and pouch.
Neostar5 h, 48 m ago

What is the difference between 3.6v and 7.2v? is it more powerful can you …What is the difference between 3.6v and 7.2v? is it more powerful can you drill with it


In short yes. The motor torque would be doubled enabling use in more demanding jobs. The 3.6v one's are only really good for woodwork due to limited torque.
Would this drive a screw straight into wood with out needing pilot holes like they do on tv DIY shows?
Savvy121/02/2019 18:02

Would this drive a screw straight into wood with out needing pilot holes …Would this drive a screw straight into wood with out needing pilot holes like they do on tv DIY shows?


Absolutely
timb99920th Feb

Hmmm yeah looks cool for a tenner!Or maybe this one for an extra …Hmmm yeah looks cool for a tenner!Or maybe this one for an extra fiver...which has 50 screw/hex/allenkey bits and a case and 15 torque settings...hmmm....https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07FMYXCZX/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A1AFJESMA8SCN6&psc=1(deal of the day, so only today)


Great deal but nobody posted it and I’ve only just seen your post now
bollmad21st Feb

£9.99 with vat at trade point. Saving a whole penny


See you Jimmy.
Savvy121/02/2019 18:02

Would this drive a screw straight into wood with out needing pilot holes …Would this drive a screw straight into wood with out needing pilot holes like they do on tv DIY shows?


Depends how big the screw is and how hard the wood is. You really want an impact driver for that sort of thing. As a guide, it is easy to hold this tool when it's stalled so not much turning force really. It's more handy for speeding up repetitive jobs that don't require a great amount of torque.
OnePlus21st Feb

I was hoping to get an electric screwdriver for putting together laptops, …I was hoping to get an electric screwdriver for putting together laptops, but I think the Drill bits might be too wide and chunky to fit in the holes.


You may be right about the standard screwdriver (not drill!) bits being too large for laptops etc. Poundland has recently had a useful set of small bits which should fit this driver and do what you want.
timb99920/02/2019 15:54

Hmmm yeah looks cool for a tenner!Or maybe this one for an extra …Hmmm yeah looks cool for a tenner!Or maybe this one for an extra fiver...which has 50 screw/hex/allenkey bits and a case and 15 torque settings...hmmm....https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07FMYXCZX/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A1AFJESMA8SCN6&psc=1(deal of the day, so only today)


Showing as £17.99
mohammed.mashadi26/02/2019 06:23

Showing as £17.99


Which part of ‘(deal of the day, so only today)’ from a 6 day old post are you struggling with?
Edited by: "TightNortherner" 26th Feb 2019
finnmaccool20th Feb

Von Haus taking over the world.


Their stuff is a real mixed bag though. They just slap their label on generic stuff coming off the Chinese lines. Some of it is decent value but a lot of it is total cack. I've found longevity to be the real issue.
It's useless. No torque adjustment
Alright for kids, basic flat pack, or for the odd job.

You can get a basic drill for around £15 which will serve far far more uses and is still cheap.
Have to say switching up from my £12 B&Q drill to a £50 brushless combi drill was a dream.
finnmaccool20th Feb

Von Haus taking over the world.


Germans try this quite often.
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