Parkside SDS Hammer Drill With 3 Year Warranty for £39.99 at Lidl from Thursday 17th Aug.
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Parkside SDS Hammer Drill With 3 Year Warranty for £39.99 at Lidl from Thursday 17th Aug.

£39.99LIDL Deals
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Found 10th Aug
These are an excellent drill for the money they take SDS and normal drill bits and come with a whole load of extras that
Include pointed chisel, flat chisel (both 250mm), 3 drills, depth stop, an extra chuck for normal drill bits and a depth gauge.
The 3 year Warranty makes this an excellent buy as returning goods to Lidl is a breeze.
For powerful processing of concrete, stone, metal or woodMax. drilling diameters 32mm in concrete and stone / 13mm in steel / 40mm in woodIncludes various drill bits and chisels Impact energy: 5JNo-load impact rate: 0-4,000bpmNo-load rotation speed: 0-800rpm1500W

17 Comments

Good tool - buy this is just the normal price that Lidl charges every time this is available - so why is it a hot deal?

othen6 m ago

Good tool - buy this is just the normal price that Lidl charges every time …Good tool - buy this is just the normal price that Lidl charges every time this is available - so why is it a hot deal?


Because it's rarely available.

Got mine , chuck fell off, binned it , warranty to complicated . Next time i will buy mikwaukee

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dezbo888858 m ago

Got mine , chuck fell off, binned it , warranty to complicated . Next time …Got mine , chuck fell off, binned it , warranty to complicated . Next time i will buy mikwaukee


Yes looks really complicated NOT

Refund policy
Food/grocery items
If you are not satisfied with the quality of a food or grocery item purchased at one of our stores within its Best Before date (where applicable), we are happy to give you a full refund if returned within 30 days of purchase or, if returned more than 30 days after purchase, offer you a replacement if available or a full refund. Simply bring it back with your receipt.

If you have purchased any fruit or veg item that does not meet our high standards, we will replace your product or give you a full refund - even without a receipt.

Non-Food specials items
a) Faulty Non-Food specials items
- Within 12 months of purchase:
If you are not satisfied with the quality of a non-food specials item purchased at one of our stores, you may return the item within one year of purchase with your receipt or proof of purchase to one of our stores, for a replacement or a full refund.

- After 12 months of purchase:
If more than 12 months after purchase you find a fault with the quality of a non-food specials item purchased at one of our stores, please contact our Customer Services department for assistance and an experienced operator will talk you through your options.


b) Non-faulty Non-Food specials items
If you simply change your mind about a non-food specials item purchased at one of our stores, you may still return the product to store for a full refund within 30 days of purchase, as long as you return it with your receipt and in its original packaging.



ellbee2 h, 48 m ago

Because it's rarely available.



And it's far better value than comparable units from elsewhere.

dezbo88882 h, 44 m ago

Got mine , chuck fell off, binned it , warranty to complicated . Next time …Got mine , chuck fell off, binned it , warranty to complicated . Next time i will buy mikwaukee

Why didn't you spend £400 on Milwaukee in the 1st place?

Bought 1 last year and it shat itself whilst I was boring a 110mm core through a cavity wall. I contacted the warranty line, they told me to send it to Germany with a prepaid address they emailed me and I had a brand new drill after a fortnight.

If there's one thing I've learned about DIY tools - never has the adage "buy cheap, buy twice" been so apt.

Save yourself the bother, and spend a bit more on a reliable brand. Trust me, in this case it's worth it.

Bought one last time round and shaft/chuck buckled at first sign of heavy use.

SENNYO113 h, 41 m ago

Yes looks really complicated NOTRefund policy …Yes looks really complicated NOTRefund policy Food/grocery items If you are not satisfied with the quality of a food or grocery item purchased at one of our stores within its Best Before date (where applicable), we are happy to give you a full refund if returned within 30 days of purchase or, if returned more than 30 days after purchase, offer you a replacement if available or a full refund. Simply bring it back with your receipt.If you have purchased any fruit or veg item that does not meet our high standards, we will replace your product or give you a full refund - even without a receipt.Non-Food specials itemsa) Faulty Non-Food specials items - Within 12 months of purchase: If you are not satisfied with the quality of a non-food specials item purchased at one of our stores, you may return the item within one year of purchase with your receipt or proof of purchase to one of our stores, for a replacement or a full refund.- After 12 months of purchase: If more than 12 months after purchase you find a fault with the quality of a non-food specials item purchased at one of our stores, please contact our Customer Services department for assistance and an experienced operator will talk you through your options.b) Non-faulty Non-Food specials items If you simply change your mind about a non-food specials item purchased at one of our stores, you may still return the product to store for a full refund within 30 days of purchase, as long as you return it with your receipt and in its original packaging.

I ain't got a receipt. Staff at store don't give a fcuk.

horsepills17 h, 49 m ago

If there's one thing I've learned about DIY tools - never has the adage …If there's one thing I've learned about DIY tools - never has the adage "buy cheap, buy twice" been so apt. Save yourself the bother, and spend a bit more on a reliable brand. Trust me, in this case it's worth it.



not always! I bought an Argos Challenge Jigsaw 8 years ago and just used it to cut holes in my kitchen work top for the hob and sink. 2 months before that I was using it for cutting in the more precise cuts in a large lamite flooring job. I'd say it gets used once a year on average but its still going strong. :-)

horsepills23 h, 31 m ago

If there's one thing I've learned about DIY tools - never has the adage …If there's one thing I've learned about DIY tools - never has the adage "buy cheap, buy twice" been so apt. Save yourself the bother, and spend a bit more on a reliable brand. Trust me, in this case it's worth it.


Any recommendations? I'm an occasional DIYer, but our (newly purchased) old house has some tough walls my cordless drill struggles with. I need one this weekend, so was thinking of just plumping for this from Screwfix. How important is wattage, I'm assuming more (power!) is better?
screwfix.com/p/t…533

I have one. I've used it on a very hard wall (which a number of more expensive/top branded drills failed to drill though) and it worked perfectly. Work was completed in a few minutes. Well worth the money if you ask me.

andersh11th Aug

Any recommendations? I'm an occasional DIYer, but our (newly purchased) …Any recommendations? I'm an occasional DIYer, but our (newly purchased) old house has some tough walls my cordless drill struggles with. I need one this weekend, so was thinking of just plumping for this from Screwfix. How important is wattage, I'm assuming more (power!) is better?http://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb278sds-corded-sds-plus-drill-230-240v/97533


the titan sds+ is better plus has a clutch if you're drilling holes for extractor fans also 8J instead of 5J

orig14th Aug

the titan sds+ is better plus has a clutch if you're drilling holes for …the titan sds+ is better plus has a clutch if you're drilling holes for extractor fans also 8J instead of 5J

Thanks, I went for the Titan from Screwfix. Great drill and it made easy work of the brick walls.
The manual says not suitable for core drilling, so possibly not good for extractor fans? "Can drive 32mm diameter holes through masonry or 40mm holes through wood".

done 2 extractor fan holes with this drill no probs

orig15th Aug

done 2 extractor fan holes with this drill no probs


Cheers, good to know.
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