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Parkside 12V Cordless Drill - £29.99 @ LIDL
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Parkside 12V Cordless Drill - £29.99 @ LIDL

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Posted 16th May
Parkside 12V Cordless Drill1

  • Powerful 12V Li-Ion battery (2.Ah) with a 60-minute fast charger with automatic switch-off
  • 2-speed gearbox with adjustable rotation speed and quick stop 19 torque settings and additional drill setting
  • Fast, tool-free changeover between drill and screw function
  • Removable keyless chuck with quick release
  • 3-stage battery status indicator
  • Automatic Spindle Lock restraint
  • Integrated magnetic bit holder in the spindle
  • With soft-grip non-slip elements and integrated LED light
  • Battery compatible with all tools in the ’Parkside X 12V Team’ series
  • Max. torque: 28Nm
  • Rotation speed: 1st gear 0–350rpm; 2nd gear 0–1,200rpm
  • Max. drilling diameter: 25mm in wood, 8mm in steel
  • 3-year warranty
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This things are very cute but super powerful, don't turn your noses up, I tend to do 95% or all my wood and plastic drilling and 90% of all my driving with this little guy.
There are some things that this will obviously not do , but for that you can use a bigger tool like a add for concrete/bricks or impact for driving large screws /bolts.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 16th May
I have bought nearly all lidl electric and non electric tools and they are great for the little money for any diy guy. I was sceptical about them until my m8 as builder said he keeps using them and other builders had good reviews about them as well
All my tools are now parkside. Used extensively to refurbish my house over the last 2 yrs. Can not fault them . My only wish is for an driver drill and s drill separate do not to keep having to change bits.. but bother tools fault.
polarbaba16/05/2019 10:32

This things are very cute but super powerful, don't turn your noses up, I …This things are very cute but super powerful, don't turn your noses up, I tend to do 95% or all my wood and plastic drilling and 90% of all my driving with this little guy.There are some things that this will obviously not do , but for that you can use a bigger tool like a add for concrete/bricks or impact for driving large screws /bolts.


This parkside drill struggles to do spade bits for sure so anyone looking to do any large drilling like installing a door latch look elsewhere. But for use assembling furniture small screws and holes its fantastic.
Should be good enough for soft pilot holes than constant changing bits on main drill.
veedubjai16/05/2019 12:11

Should be good enough for soft pilot holes than constant changing bits on …Should be good enough for soft pilot holes than constant changing bits on main drill.


I've used it on low to medium loads with success. Obviously not got the powerful motor or current delivery of a proper 18-21v product, but it will certainly do what most people ever want.
I've got cordless 21v tools like sds and impact driver but this gets used the most easily. The small size is also good because it can get into places a larger driver can't.
AmmarM9816/05/2019 11:39

This parkside drill struggles to do spade bits for sure so anyone looking …This parkside drill struggles to do spade bits for sure so anyone looking to do any large drilling like installing a door latch look elsewhere. But for use assembling furniture small screws and holes its fantastic.


Agreed, but it's to do with understanding it's limitations, in have used it for doors, bit just went gentle, it was still a champ, not like a impact driver with a spade bit, but then nothing else could do that either!.
Pisnahuj16/05/2019 11:22

I have bought nearly all lidl electric and non electric tools and they are …I have bought nearly all lidl electric and non electric tools and they are great for the little money for any diy guy. I was sceptical about them until my m8 as builder said he keeps using them and other builders had good reviews about them as well


I've transitioned from Makita to parkside myself, don't see that changing anytime soon .
The parkside stuff still has brushed motors , but the latest Makita has brush less, each has Thier advantages and disadvantages, but price /performance is easily with parkside many times over.
My dad's a very skeptical old mechanic ( never impressed with anything ever) and he goes well out of his way to find an excuse to use the parkside 20v impact driver. He's gone mad!.
I have this very drill and it's bigger counter parts the 20V drill, impact driver and circular saw, they are all excellent tools. For 95% of work this 12V drill is well on top of the job.
AmmarM9816/05/2019 11:39

This parkside drill struggles to do spade bits for sure so anyone looking …This parkside drill struggles to do spade bits for sure so anyone looking to do any large drilling like installing a door latch look elsewhere. But for use assembling furniture small screws and holes its fantastic.


I imagine that's for these 12v ones , but the 20v range I've had no issues with. The only thing I've found it not suitable for was a concrete lintel, but that's about the par for any type of drill
Sounds good!
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