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Pro-Craft by Hilka 18V Li-Ion Cordless Drill with 2 Battery Packs £29.74 @ Robert Dyas online and instore with voucher

£29.74£34.9915%Robert Dyas Deals
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Posted 25th Aug

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Pro-Craft by Hilka 18V Li-Ion Cordless Drill with 2 Battery Packs £29.74 using code 15% off code ABH15V instore or online (order online for free collect in store)

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This powerful Pro-Craft by Hilka drill is a cordless design which comes complete with two 1300mAh battery packs, so you can carry on working for even longer.

Boasting 16+1 torque settings and a no-load speed of up to 550rpm, this drill comes complete with 13 accessories to help you tackle a myriad of DIY to-dos.

Features and Benefits
  • Cordless - For easy use and convenient manoeuvring.
  • Dual battery packs - So you can carry on working for even longer.
  • Accessories - With 13 screwdriver and drill bits to suit most tasks.
Specifications
  • 16+1 torque settings
  • 3.8” keyless chuck
  • No-load speed: 0-550rpm
  • LED indicator
  • Charging time: 3-5 hours
  • 2 x 1300mAh lithium-ion batteries
  • ABS / Steel
  • Supplied in BMC with 13 accessories
  • Dimensions: H22.5 x W7.5 x D21cm
  • Guarantee: 1 year
  • Colour: Black / Blue
What’s Included
  • 1 x Cordless drill
  • 6 x Drill bits: 1.5 / 2.5 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6
  • 6 x Screwdriver bits: PZ1 / PZ2 / PH1 / PH2 / 5 / 6
  • 1 x Bit holder
  • 2 x 1300mAh battery packs
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I had one Hilka and I need to say that this is a junk!!!
Will this work on concrete as its not a hammer drill?
Savvy125/08/2019 19:32

Will this work on concrete as its not a hammer drill?


You don’t get a drill that will go through concrete for £30
reakt25/08/2019 22:07

You don’t get a drill that will go through concrete for £30


certainly not a cordless one with batteries
Chinese cheese 🧀 metal build I bet lol
As long as people have realistic expectations of a £30 cordless drill then you won't be too disapointed when you find it's got a low level of torque. It's probably ok for screwing up flat pack furniture or drilling a few holes into wood but light duty is all this will be capable of. Probably fine for people living in homes that don't have bricks or masonry that needs drilling in to.

You'll get better performance from a £30 mains powered drill, if you can live with the power lead.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 26th Aug
spannerzone26/08/2019 11:07

As long as people have realistic expectations of a £30 cordless drill then …As long as people have realistic expectations of a £30 cordless drill then you won't be too disapointed when you find it's got a low level of torque. It's probably ok for screwing up flat pack furniture or drilling a few holes into wood but light duty is all this will be capable of. Probably fine for people living in homes that don't have bricks or masonry that needs drilling in to.You'll get better performance from a £30 mains powered drill, if you can live with the power lead.


I have this (or very similar) and it's good for general stuff around the house. A cordless hammer drill would be useful for a couple of things I'm doing now, but it was still a good purchase as a beginner DIYer
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