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Parkside SDS plus1500w Hammer Drill and accessories Lidl 25 August £39.99 3 year warranty
Parkside SDS plus1500w Hammer Drill and accessories Lidl 25 August £39.99 3 year warranty

Parkside SDS plus1500w Hammer Drill and accessories Lidl 25 August £39.99 3 year warranty

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PARKSIDE SDS-Plus Hammer Drill

£39.99* each

For drilling, hammer drilling and chiselling in concrete and masonry, with additional depth stop for drilling in metal and wood
Pneumatic hammer mechanism with high compression piston and variable impact and speed control
Features attachable keyed chuck for round shank drills and tool holder based on the SDS-plus system
With non-slip soft-grip features, additional rotatable handle, and vibration damping for comfortable drilling
1500w

Specifications:
Impact energy (J): 5
Max. no-load impact rate (bpm): 3,900
Max. no-load rotation speed (rpm): 750
Max. drilling diameters (mm):
In concrete and stone: 32
In steel: 13
In wood: 40

20 Comments

This shall be mine. Oh yes it shall be mine

Looks good' heat added.

Thanks op!

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Great buy esp with 3yr warranty.

Don't forget to buy bits as well if you buy this as sds matching system are difficult to find . I bought it last year with tools for same price.

sam_of_london

Don't forget to buy bits as well if you buy this as sds matching system … Don't forget to buy bits as well if you buy this as sds matching system are difficult to find . I bought it last year with tools for same price.


Are "SDS" bits not of the same size and standard that fit all makes and models regardless of the original manufacturer..?
Heat for price and value on 3 year warranty.

Andypand

Great buy esp with 3yr warranty.



I've got one of these. It uses SDS-plus bits which you can get from the usual diy stores. Not difficult to find at all.

Bought one of these last year for moving my fence, did a great job. Heat added.

tectonic80

I've got one of these. It uses SDS-plus bits which you can get from the … I've got one of these. It uses SDS-plus bits which you can get from the usual diy stores. Not difficult to find at all.



​They are quite expensive and difficult to find cheaper . Normal ones do not come with sds plus.

I bought this about 3 months ago and it came with an sds attachment where you can use the normal drill bits with it.

is it a 3 mode hammer drill? drill, hammer, drill+hammer

daedos

is it a 3 mode hammer drill? drill, hammer, drill+hammer



It mentions chiselling so I'd assume yes, 3 mode.

drilling, hammer drilling and chiselling in concrete and masonry, with … drilling, hammer drilling and chiselling in concrete and masonry, with additional depth stop for drilling in metal and wood

I bought one of these 3 years ago too and never opened it until last month when it came in handy for knocking down a brick wall and saved me loads of money getting someone in to do the job. Great drill but make sure you use ear defenders! :-)

Great price for basic home DIY.

Worth it alone for drilling the patio to anchor the gazebo lol
Edited by: "fozey" 23rd Aug 2016

Original Poster

These are the accessories that come with the drill
http://www.lidl.co.uk/catalogmedia/uk/article/277229/277229_02_f.jpg
http://www.lidl.co.uk/catalogmedia/uk/article/277229/277229_03_f.jpghttp://www.lidl.co.uk/catalogmedia/uk/article/277229/277229_04_f.jpg

Got it today from Lidl.. Felt heavy.. But it was very powerful on Gear 6(max)

Don't need one. Buying one. I know if I don't, I will need to break up some concrete the day after the last one is sold. After a little research, Toolstation sell very cheap bits for this (less than a quid each) but I'm guessing that they may melt. The DeWalt ones from Screwfix seem to get the best reviews. 5 times the cost, but hopefully they will last at least 5 times longer.

Bought one yesterday and used it with a tile chisel to remove all wall tiles in a bathroom in a couple of hours. Quite heavy but did a good job. Thanks for posting, I'd have missed it otherwise

Just bought today for £34.99 with voucher.. Amazing kit

Unless you strike a piece with minimal radial play, you can't use the keyed chuck for normal drills. The wobble on the head is just too much. I returned the first drill I bought back to the shop. It had more than 1/2" wobble. In the second one ( the replacement was immediate ) I was lucky to strike a gem of a tool with less than 1/16" radial play. So if you are considering to buy one of these tools, think about how much axial and radial run-out you are happy with. You may have to go back to the shop for replacement of your drill more than a couple of times!
Edited by: "eigenzeitt" 16th Sep 2016
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