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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 14th JanAvailable: National, South East, South, South West, London, East of England, West Midlands, East Midlands, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire, North West, North East, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

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A good cordless drill for all the piled up DIY jobs around the house. Very handy for putting together all the new Ikea furniture you bought in the sale. Aldo the battery can be reused across their 12v parkside tools range which is super useful.

Powerful 12V (2Ah) Li-lon battery
Fast, tool-free changeover between drill and screw functions
Quick-release, removable, metal keyless chuck
2-speed gearbox with adjustable rotation speed and quick stop.
19 torque settings and additional drill setting
Integrated magnetic bit holder in the spindle
Automatic Spindle Lock restraint
Integrated LED light
60-minute fast charger with automatic switchoff
3-stage battery status indcator
Battery compatible with all tools in the ‘Parkside X 12V Team’ series
No-load rotation speed: 0–350rpm (1st gear)
0–1,300rpm (2nd gear)
Max. torque: 28Nm
Chuck clamping range: 0.8–10mm
3-year warranty
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Love the size format of these. Same torque if not more than many of the cheap brand 18v cordless drills around this price.
Can't imagine you get much longevity out of that tiny battery though.
GrimDanFango14/01/2020 08:12

Can't imagine you get much longevity out of that tiny battery though.


I had 2 of the 12v tools, when I later bought the big battery for them it didn't fit.. Everything went back for refund, shop were apologetic, customer services didn't care less as long as I'd had refund.
Had this and took it back. 28Nm isn't powerful enough unless it only light duty tasks.
I prefer these to the 18v cordless for screw driving
I often used to wonder why the joiners where I worked used impact cordless drills. After using one I bought one and never use my other cordless driver as a screw driver. An impact though is too powerful for assembling furniture and I have the Wickes 10.8v for doing that which is ideal. This though offers better value especially with a 3 year warranty.
I have the aldi ferrex equivalent (identical and made by the same Austrian company called Walter tools).

Excellent piece of kit. I use this more than my 18v stuff for around the house jobs and recently fitted garage shelves with it. It's lightweight, easy to handle, nible and powerful enough for most jobs. The small 12v battery lasts for a a long time and replacements can be bought online from walter tools (I think its less than £15 for a new battery).

This is and excellent piece of kit and well worth the money. Would rival similar products from high end brands such as bosch professional which come at a much higher price.

Absolute bargain for this price. Would highly recommend
Got mine today. Seems very well made. So far I'm very happy. And a 1 hour charger. I did get the parkside SDS drill 3 in 1 last week for £35. Very impressed, and again with a 3 year warranty.
Edited by: "Firstthebanker3369" 19th Jan
If anyone is looking for a bit more torque and needs to drill holes going into brick or concrete Aldi will be selling a cordless on for £10 more next week. Also comes with an additional battery so you don’t waste time while charging
Edited by: "androidavis" 19th Jan
androidavis19/01/2020 15:02

If anyone is looking for a bit more torque and needs to drill holes going …If anyone is looking for a bit more torque and needs to drill holes going into brick or concrete Aldi will be selling a cordless on for £10 more next week. Also comes with an additional battery so you don’t waste time while charging


Thanks! I think ill go for the aldi one you have mentioned,Its a weird listing as says additional battery,but does not say under accessories included.Im wondering if it has hammer drill funtion,Looks decent for £40
MRCAW20/01/2020 22:14

Thanks! I think ill go for the aldi one you have mentioned,Its a weird …Thanks! I think ill go for the aldi one you have mentioned,Its a weird listing as says additional battery,but does not say under accessories included.Im wondering if it has hammer drill funtion,Looks decent for £40


I read it again and it does mention hammer drilling in the main description. I have my doubts about the extra battery myself even though that is what is clearly suggested. It’s not defected in the pictures
funny thing happened today, picked up the last drill on display, took it to the till with 4 pints of milk .... as you do .... when the sales assistant rang it up, it rings up at £2,999... she, with a smile, says thats £3,001.48 card or cash ? luckily i didn't have that kind of change in my pocket, so requested a price check, which to my hearts relief was corrected to £29.99 by the manager.
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