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Parkside 2-Speed Corded Power Drill 3yrs warranty@ LIDL (instore) for £19.99
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Parkside 2-Speed Corded Power Drill 3yrs warranty@ LIDL (instore) for £19.99

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Posted 1st Sep 2019Available: National

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Powerful motor with 2-speed gearbox

Removable drill chuck for quick, tool-free change between drilling and screwing function
Easy tool change with automatic Spindle Lock
Adjustable rotation speed
With soft-grip non-slip elements
Includes 50mm bit

With soft-grip non-slip elements

22 torque settings and a drill setting
Power consumption: 300W

Rated no-load rotation speed: 0–400 rpm (1st gear) / 0–1600 rpm (2nd gear)
Max. torque: 40Nm
Chuck capacity: 10mm
Power cable length: 5m
3-year warranty
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8 Comments
Corded little drill, excellent idea. Just hope it is built to last if used for those prolonged projects where batteries will not last or lack the power
Cheap and cheerful. I would never gamble with buying Parkside again though as the multi tool drill I bought from there just stopped working after a handful of uses.
I've found Parkside to be good quality and great value. Probably not for use if you're in the trade but with a 3 year, no-quibble guarantee, there is little risk for the diy'er.

I have corded multi-tool, battery drill, jigsaw and angle grinder. The drill is as well made as my bosch.
I have the park side cordless drill. I’ve found it very well made and a good bit of kit. Granted I’ve only used it for simple DIY jobs. It’s a lot better than the black and decker cordless driver I had previously.
sub2hours01/09/2019 08:28

a 3 year, no-quibble guarantee, there is little risk for the diyer.


I think it's only dealt with in-store the first year. After that you have to deal with the manufacturer and send the tool to them... in Germany or some other far off place. Which you're not going to do. So effectively a 1 year warranty.

FWIW I have a 'previous generation' Parkside 240V drill which was £14.99 and I've killed it although to be fair I was asking a lot of it at the time. The Worx drill I replaced it with at £25 from positecworx ebay shop is far, far superior. Just feels so much higher quality in every respect. And worx is not exactly top of the pile either.
Edited by: "Nealio" 1st Sep 2019
sanny8701/09/2019 08:17

Cheap and cheerful. I would never gamble with buying Parkside again though …Cheap and cheerful. I would never gamble with buying Parkside again though as the multi tool drill I bought from there just stopped working after a handful of uses.


I think there must have been a particular issue with those multitools mine just stopped working too and they just did a full refund.
just-me01/09/2019 12:59

I think there must have been a particular issue with those multitools mine …I think there must have been a particular issue with those multitools mine just stopped working too and they just did a full refund.


I think it was over a year ago otherwise I'd go into store to try get a refund. I also cant find the receipt.
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