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Mylek 18V Cordless Drill Driver Set Combi Lithium Ion Screwdriver LED Worklight £23.96 delivered w/code @ hsd-online ebay
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Mylek 18V Cordless Drill Driver Set Combi Lithium Ion Screwdriver LED Worklight £23.96 delivered w/code @ hsd-online ebay

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Posted 30th JulEdited by:"devinn"

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POWERFUL & VERSATILE: Compact Li-ion 18V combi DIY drill with an improved 2 speed gearbox - easily drills through wood, metal and other materials, supplied with a 13 piece accessory kit and a handy carry case.

INNOVATIVE DESIGN: Our innovative, compact electric cordless drill features an LED work light to help you work in hard to see spaces and a soft grip handle to maximise handling comfort and lessen fatigue when tackling the toughest of tasks!

ERGONOMIC: This 18V cordless drill set gives you variable speed control and unique electric safety brake system - this, combined with 19 torque settings, enables smooth drilling into a variety of materials

EASY TO USE: Change drill bits easily and alternate between a choice of 2 gears (for high and low speed drilling & driving - first gear provides greater torque and control and second gear provides greater speed)

RECHARGEABLE: The Li-ion battery pack provides a high-power output level and enables a substantial number of charging cycles. Quick-change action on the spring-loaded battery pack allows you to quickly remove the battery.
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No idea how good this is, but for £23 seems good value, and it also looks exactly like a Makita!
Paid £35 from Amazon some weeks back so good price.
Looks good for diy'er
whats the differece between a drill driver and a hammer drill?
Savvy130/07/2019 15:00

whats the differece between a drill driver and a hammer drill?


Drill driver, you can drill and drive in screws.

Hammer drill you can drill, drive screws and also hammer drill, which is handy for drilling holes into light masonry, which a drill driver won't be any good at.


Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 30th Jul
Will this drill through bricks from inside a house to outside? Are the drill bits long enough for this purpose?
Common.Sense30/07/2019 17:06

Will this drill through bricks from inside a house to outside? Are the …Will this drill through bricks from inside a house to outside? Are the drill bits long enough for this purpose?


No you need a hammer drill (Combi) for this or better still a mains powered one.The drill bits supplied with this will also not be long enough,masonry drill bits will be required length depends on thickness of your walls.
naveedk30/07/2019 14:10

No idea how good this is, but for £23 seems good value, and it also looks …No idea how good this is, but for £23 seems good value, and it also looks exactly like a Makita!


Yes the price is stupidly cheap - as long as you set your expectations accordingly, eg low expectations, then this will probably be ok for light DIY. The torque is 28Nm so not very strong (I'd say for brickwork 45Nm or higher is needed, the more the better)

It might look like a Makita but I would put money on it that it's got nothing else in common with a Makita
Edited by: "spannerzone" 30th Jul
Only has a 1300mAh battery. Will not hold out for long
Worth the £23 just to buy it, smash it with a hammer before setting for it, then ask to borrow your mate's real Makita and then hand him back the smouldering lump of melted plastic while telling him "That he wants to get it looked at because it because it was running a bit hot after being used non-stop for the day".
Makita knock off
I'm happy with my Makita and Bosch pro tools. It looks like a Makita, but no chance it will perform like one.
Common.Sense30/07/2019 17:06

Will this drill through bricks from inside a house to outside? Are the …Will this drill through bricks from inside a house to outside? Are the drill bits long enough for this purpose?


You ideally want an SDS. Also, it's never a good idea to drill from inside to out as you could very easily damage the face of the brick when you break through.
andyb8331/07/2019 10:02

You ideally want an SDS. Also, it's never a good idea to drill from inside …You ideally want an SDS. Also, it's never a good idea to drill from inside to out as you could very easily damage the face of the brick when you break through.


Good advice this.
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