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Parkside 12V SDS-Plus Cordless Hammer Drill - £39.99 @ LIDL
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Parkside 12V SDS-Plus Cordless Hammer Drill - £39.99 @ LIDL

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Posted 16th May 2019

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Parkside 12V SDS-Plus Cordless Hammer Drill

  • For powerful drilling and chiselling in concrete, stone, metal or wood
  • Powerful 12V Li-Ion battery (2.Ah) with a 60-minute fast charger with automatic switch-off
  • SDS-Plus keyless chuck
  • Attachable keyless chuck for round shank drill bits
  • Adjustable rotation speed
  • Right/left rotation
  • Ergonomic handles with soft grip elements
  • Integrated LED work light
  • Battery compatible with all tools in the ’Parkside X 12V Team’ series
  • Includes keyless drill chuck for round shaft drill bits, 2 SDS concrete drill bits, 2 wood drill bits and 4 screw bits
  • Max. drilling diameter: 10mm in concrete, stone and wood; 8mm in steel
  • No-load rotation speed: 0–900rpm
  • Impact rate: 0–4800bpm
  • Impact energy: 1 joule
  • Chuck clamping range: up to 10mm
  • 3-year warranty
2 adjustable functions:

  • Hammer drilling (with impact mechanism)
  • Screwing or drilling (without impact mechanism)
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Not sure I get the idea behind this; the majority of cordless drills are at least 18v, and many are 24-32v; why go back to 12v; something I would expect to find on a cheap electric screwdriver?
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Not sure I get the idea behind this; the majority of cordless drills are at least 18v, and many are 24-32v; why go back to 12v; something I would expect to find on a cheap electric screwdriver?
Good price, but 12V 2Ah for a hammer drill, what a joke!!!
How would this fare against my Milwaukee M18 Fuel combi drill in concrete? I’ve got a bunch of SDS drill bits almost new that I get to keep from work, but I can’t put them in a normal chuck and I can’t justify a Milwaukee SDS for work around the house.

If I’m honest, 95% of the time I use an SDS at work is to drill 5.5mm or 6mm holes in concrete.
Edited by: "Despondent" 16th May 2019
rsj16/05/2019 09:59

Good price, but 12V 2Ah for a hammer drill, what a joke!!!


Milwaukee makes a similar 12V SDS. For 6 mm holes I don’t think you need much power.
rsj16/05/2019 09:59

Good price, but 12V 2Ah for a hammer drill, what a joke!!!


deleted129396016/05/2019 09:36

Not sure I get the idea behind this; the majority of cordless drills are …Not sure I get the idea behind this; the majority of cordless drills are at least 18v, and many are 24-32v; why go back to 12v; something I would expect to find on a cheap electric screwdriver?



...Milwaukee Makita and other big brands have 12V SDS drills that are very popular. Judging from experience with other parkside workzone tools in comparison to similar products (bosch professional) Obviously no where near the same quality but power wise 80% and a fraction of the price at the least.
Despondent16/05/2019 10:19

How would this fare against my Milwaukee M18 Fuel combi drill in concrete? …How would this fare against my Milwaukee M18 Fuel combi drill in concrete? I’ve got a bunch of SDS drill bits almost new that I get to keep from work, but I can’t put them in a normal chuck and I can’t justify a Milwaukee SDS for work around the house.If I’m honest, 95% of the time I use an SDS at work is to drill 5.5mm or 6mm holes in concrete.


It'll be ideal for 5-7mm holes for wall plugs etc. Will get through bigger sizes but alot slower than an M18
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AmmarM9816/05/2019 11:33

...Milwaukee Makita and other big brands have 12V SDS drills that are very …...Milwaukee Makita and other big brands have 12V SDS drills that are very popular. Judging from experience with other parkside workzone tools in comparison to similar products (bosch professional) Obviously no where near the same quality but power wise 80% and a fraction of the price at the least.



OK. Not played with 12V hammer drills, SDS or otherwise; my old Parkside 12v drill felt distinctly weak compared to its 24v replacement.
My worry with this one, is that it is being compromised to fit in with the interchangeable 12v battery range they have launched.
deleted129396016/05/2019 09:36

Not sure I get the idea behind this; the majority of cordless drills are …Not sure I get the idea behind this; the majority of cordless drills are at least 18v, and many are 24-32v; why go back to 12v; something I would expect to find on a cheap electric screwdriver?



I have a few tools in the Milwaukee range at 12v . The torque is amazing, and the "go to" choice for 90% of jobs. They are so lightweight that makes them a joy to use. Great for one handed operation whilst you align with your other hand. If you have only used off brand 12v in the past you need to try the modern alternatives.
Edited by: "smala01" 25th May 2019
Despondent16/05/2019 10:19

How would this fare against my Milwaukee M18 Fuel combi drill in concrete? …How would this fare against my Milwaukee M18 Fuel combi drill in concrete? I’ve got a bunch of SDS drill bits almost new that I get to keep from work, but I can’t put them in a normal chuck and I can’t justify a Milwaukee SDS for work around the house.If I’m honest, 95% of the time I use an SDS at work is to drill 5.5mm or 6mm holes in concrete.


Milwaukee 12v sds has 1.1 joule. Parkside 1.0 so not much in it if the measurement is right.
deleted129396016/05/2019 11:54

OK. Not played with 12V hammer drills, SDS or otherwise; my old Parkside …OK. Not played with 12V hammer drills, SDS or otherwise; my old Parkside 12v drill felt distinctly weak compared to its 24v replacement.My worry with this one, is that it is being compromised to fit in with the interchangeable 12v battery range they have launched.


I think all manufacturers make certain design choices to fit a price point and marketing strategy. With this you will certainly get a decent product at a decent price, I don't think you'll be disappointed.
I've got a few of those new 20v range, and I usually buy Makita. But after using lidls new range, I won't be going back anytime soon. It's more than adequate for my uses, which are mid/heavy home DIY'er
I started a business near a decade ago using tools from lidl because money was tight. Now i usually buy high end Milwaukee and festool stuff.
I still sometimes buy their tools if its something for occasional use. The tools can be hit miss. Most are stonking value. But the odd one is a lemon. I like the fact they have now brought out universal batteries. However they need to stick to that. They are already diverging to another platform for the brushless tools

4ah battery is amazing value for money. They cant be making much if any profit on that? . Surely just to get you through the door?
alexfn26/05/2019 19:58

I started a business near a decade ago using tools from lidl because money …I started a business near a decade ago using tools from lidl because money was tight. Now i usually buy high end Milwaukee and festool stuff. I still sometimes buy their tools if its something for occasional use. The tools can be hit miss. Most are stonking value. But the odd one is a lemon. I like the fact they have now brought out universal batteries. However they need to stick to that. They are already diverging to another platform for the brushless tools4ah battery is amazing value for money. They cant be making much if any profit on that? . Surely just to get you through the door?


The batteries are great value, I've often had ideas of buying on just for the 18650 batteries inside, you just can't buy them this cheap!
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