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ryobi 14.4v combi drill and drill driver twin pack with carry bag £49.98 or £42.50 using 15% voucher at b&q. Was £159.98
ryobi 14.4v combi drill and drill driver twin pack with carry bag £49.98 or £42.50 using 15% voucher at b&q. Was £159.98

ryobi 14.4v combi drill and drill driver twin pack with carry bag £49.98 or £42.50 using 15% voucher at b&q. Was £159.98

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Includes 2 x 1.5ah batteries and charger. Offer ends 16th nov. Voucher links in posts below

Ryobi 14.4v Hammer/Drill/Driver CHI-1442

!Model Specifications
Battery: 14.4v (1.7Ah)
Max Torque: 34Nm
Keyless chuck: 13mm
No load speeds:
0 - 390rpm Speed 1
0 - 1,350rpm Speed 2
Blows per minute:
0-5,200bpm Speed 1
0-18,200bpm Speed 2
Max drilling capacities:
Wood 32mm
Steel 13mm
Masonry 13mm
Torque settings: 24
Weight: 2.3kg

2 x screwdriver bits,
Hex adaptor,
Side handle,
Depth stop,
Carry case

Features
13mm keyless chuck for quick and easy bit changes
Automatic spindle lock for one handed bit changing
Clutch override for quick mode changes from drilling to driving to hammer action
Variable speed, reverse and brake for total control
On-board bit storage for added convenience
Magnetic tray for screws
Depth stop for improved drilling accuracy
GripZone overmould technology for improved comfort with a positive grip


Ryobi 14.4v 2 Speed Drill/Driver CHD1442

Model Specifications
Battery: 14.4v (1.7Ah)
Keyless chuck: 13mm
No load speed:
0 - 400rpm Speed 1
0 - 1,400rpm Speed 2
Max drilling capacities:
Wood 32mm
Steel 13mm
Torque settings: 24
Max Torque: 34Nm
Weight: 2.2kg

Included As Standard
2 x screwdriver bits,
Hex adaptor,

Features
13mm keyless chuck for quick and easy bit changes
2 gear ranges for high and low speed drilling applications
Clutch override for quick mode changes from drilling to driving
Variable speed, reverse and brake for total control
Quick adjustment 24 torque settings
On-board storage for added convenience
Magnetic tray for screws
GripZoneovermould technology for improved comfort with a positive grip

48 Comments

Do you have the model/ more details on this package?
The only 14.4v package I can see is the Ryobi CHI-1442 14.4V Combi Drill?
Thanks

Original Poster

there was a deal on here last night for a single ryobi 14.4v drill at bq but this looks like a different deal unless op of that deal didn't describe very well?

Ryobi 14.4V Twinpack CHICHD1442 Exclusive to B&Q
EAN: 4892210109606

Now £49.98

I think there is a voucher for 15% off everything from 12/11/09 - 16/11/09, which will save you another £7.50. :thumbsup:

Original Poster

apologies for lack of info in original post. Saw an advert for this in todays sun and have posted this deal on my mobile so am i bit limited in what i can post by way of links etc. Have given all the info provided in the ad tho

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These are really good, i have the single one and the batteries last for ages ! Voted HOT

does anyone have the 15% details? i cant find it..

6% quidco too

drbunsen;6875473

These are really good, i have the single one and the batteries last for … These are really good, i have the single one and the batteries last for ages ! Voted HOT



Any idea what these cordless drills are like at drilling into walls, any problems or cope quite well? :-)

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bobdylan;6875589

Any idea what these cordless drills are like at drilling into walls, any … Any idea what these cordless drills are like at drilling into walls, any problems or cope quite well? :-)


they cope really well, used on wood, brick, no problems, obviously you will need a full charge using on brick etc but i have never had any issues.

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does anyone have the 15% details? i cant find it..

Here you go:
diy.com/diy…001

drbunsen;6875656

they cope really well, used on wood, brick, no problems, obviously you … they cope really well, used on wood, brick, no problems, obviously you will need a full charge using on brick etc but i have never had any issues.



Cheers for that :thumbsup:

drbunsen;6875656

they cope really well, used on wood, brick, no problems, obviously you … they cope really well, used on wood, brick, no problems, obviously you will need a full charge using on brick etc but i have never had any issues.



try drilling into concrete ( obviously with masonary bit )and you got two hopes .... and one of them is bob. but at £42.50 its still a great deal

cadmus;6875883

try drilling into concrete ( obviously with masonary bit )and you got two … try drilling into concrete ( obviously with masonary bit )and you got two hopes .... and one of them is bob. but at £42.50 its still a great deal



Should be OK, I don't have any concrete walls! ;-)

I've got a few Ryobi bits, very hapy with them. Just a word of warning, these aren't compatible with the "One+" range - maybe why they are reduced. The One+ stuff (standard, interchangeable batteries between tools) is all 18V.

Very good price though.

cadmus;6875883

try drilling into concrete ( obviously with masonary bit )and you got two … try drilling into concrete ( obviously with masonary bit )and you got two hopes .... and one of them is bob. but at £42.50 its still a great deal



Unless you are paying £200+ you will struggle to go through old concrete with any cordless drill. You should use Mains or better SDS.

FWIW, I have had a 14.4v Ryobi for about 4 years and have used it quite vigorously during that time ( Three property renovations including two LARGE decking jobs) but it recently packed up.

I dismantled it and found that the switch had given up the ghost and bought a replacement for £16, fitted it (Easy) and she's working like new again, although the batteries are struggling to hold charge for long, nowadays.

If I hadn't bought 3 cheapies in the last 12 Mths I would have snapped this up. In fact, I am seriously considering it esp with the 2 years warranty.

Might hang on tho as Li-Ion is just around the corner.

Excellent deal nonetheless.

Heat added.

nice one :thumbsup:

rollout;6875661

plumberman01 Pilot LightJoin Date: Sep 2009Location: slowly going round … plumberman01 Pilot LightJoin Date: Sep 2009Location: slowly going round the u-bend!!Posts: 286View FS/FT Feedback does anyone have the 15% details? i cant find it.. Here you go:http://www.diy.com/diy/jsp/bq/storevouchers/register.jsp?rid=MjA%3D&ecamp=aff-teq-005&ecamp=aff-p9-awin-001



brilliant thanks we have got it with the 15% off too instore!:thumbsup:
o/h is well pleased hes playing with it now:whistling:

Just picked up a set, feel nice and heavy, good quality! Bargain for this price, thanks :-)

hermanjelmet;6875013

there was a deal on here last night for a single ryobi 14.4v drill at bq … there was a deal on here last night for a single ryobi 14.4v drill at bq but this looks like a different deal unless op of that deal didn't describe very well?


Yep, ]same deal. :whistling:

I checked these out instore yesterday and from what I saw they only come with a cheapo 3 hour trickle charger, I guess that's why they don't mention charger times on any of the adds for this.

try drilling into concrete ( obviously with masonary bit )and you got two … try drilling into concrete ( obviously with masonary bit )and you got two hopes .... and one of them is bob. but at £42.50 its still a great deal



why on earth would anyone even contemplate drilling concrete with a 14.4v battery drill? you would probably have trouble with a mains drill with solid concrete not to mention burning drill bits out, sds is your best bet for that type of job as stated already above.

this is a great deal as long as you dont expect miracles!

Picked one up earlier, ideal for the odd jobs around the house, of course its not on par with the pro stuff but it is only £42.50 for two drills. The bag alone is £10 instore.
Bargain of the day!

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sonygeezer;6895730

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but i didnt see it before i saw this one thanks op:thumbsup:

Wouldn't drill into anything tougher than butter. Avoid unless you've a few mickey mouse jobs around the house to sort.

Nice find, thanks for sharing. Just reserved two for Christmas presents.
Heat and rep added.

1 noob question:
Why 2 drills? aren't those the same?
Thanks

picked mine up today, thanks for posting to the op, still stock at cowley oxford!

*cobra*;6897018

Wouldn't drill into anything tougher than butter. Avoid unless you've a … Wouldn't drill into anything tougher than butter. Avoid unless you've a few mickey mouse jobs around the house to sort.



Ignore these comments as the poster obviously hasn't used Ryobi drills before to say this. :x
They are quality tools and this is a blinding hot deal...

I've been after a drill for a while as i need to sort out a few bits and bobs out around the house. Need to put mirrors, frames and clock up. This should be powerful enough to sort these jobs out shouldn't it?

If someone can answer this for me, i'll pick one up!

Thanks peeps.

dimepop;6897634

1 noob question:Why 2 drills? aren't those the same?Thanks



One's a drill and one's a screwdriver

'The Evil Monkey'

yes you shouldn't have a problem so i would advise use the combo drill but take the hammer off until you have drilled through the plaster then put the hammer on the fastest speed but only use about half the power if the trigger is variable that is which it should be on these drills but don't drill for too long because you can over heat the drill bit which will make it blunt very quickly. Heat added very good deal and a good quality DIY ers pack.

PS: if you hit a hard spot in the brick (due to the firing process when they are manufactured) then borrow a sds drill.

I messed up badly here. I setup my RSS reader to only show me hot deals, this only became hot at about 1 o'clock today. By then there wasn't a single one left in the whole of South Wales.

Great deal if you got it, gutted I didn't.

Purchased this pair of drills today, very dissapointed:x
I already own the hammer version i purchased from B&Q about 12 months ago for about £60 very pleased with drill, used everyday and still works perfect so i thought i would buy a spare and i thought at this price i couldn't go wrong. It looks the same as the one i have already but the quality is sub standard, the plastic is brittle and it feels cheap, the drilling power is less and the charger looks cheap aswell, nothing like the Ryobi charger i own already.

I would rather pay £60 or £70 pound for a good quality DIY drill than £50 for a pair of sub standard drills that feel like they have been made for sale in ALDI.

Hoppie;6898946

'The Evil Monkey' yes you shouldn't have a problem so i would advise use … 'The Evil Monkey' yes you shouldn't have a problem so i would advise use the combo drill but take the hammer off until you have drilled through the plaster then put the hammer on the fastest speed but only use about half the power if the trigger is variable that is which it should be on these drills but don't drill for too long because you can over heat the drill bit which will make it blunt very quickly. Heat added very good deal and a good quality DIY ers pack. PS: if you hit a hard spot in the brick (due to the firing process when they are manufactured) then borrow a sds drill.



Nice one for that Hoppie! Much appreciated! :thumbsup:

TC!;6899386

I messed up badly here. I setup my RSS reader to only show me hot deals, … I messed up badly here. I setup my RSS reader to only show me hot deals, this only became hot at about 1 o'clock today. By then there wasn't a single one left in the whole of South Wales.Great deal if you got it, gutted I didn't.



cant you order online today and use the 15% off? the 15% ends today..

I picked a pair up on Friday when I first saw this OP. I am an avid DIYer and can honestly say that these drills are an excellent buy for anyone that has some light work (with a few more occasional demanding jobs) to do.
The screwdriver has an LED light that illuminates the drill tip and a spirit level built in which is a nice touch.
The only disappointment is the 'trickle' charger with a quoted charge time of 3-6 hours (good job there is 2 batteries) - but as the batteries are NiCad they really should be fully discharged before recharging to avoid memory effect.
If you only use them for the occasional odd jobs then this won't be a problem - if you need to use them all day you may have a number of flat spots while waiting (a long time) for a recharge.

Anybody know if you can buy a better charger as an accessory?

just got mine, reserved online yesterday [sunday].
there wasnt any reserved for me when in store so i asked for one that was supposed to be picked up on sat and assistant said ok to take as must be picked up within 48 hours of reserving.
so even if out of sstock online worth going in store and taking stock that has not been picked up in time
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