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Ryobi 14.4V Drill Twinpack CHICHD1442 £49.98 @ BandQ
Ryobi 14.4V  Drill  Twinpack CHICHD1442 £49.98 @ BandQ

Ryobi 14.4V Drill Twinpack CHICHD1442 £49.98 @ BandQ

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Not top of the range, but good for a light D.I.Yer.

Weight (kg): 2.3

Brand: Ryobi

Safety Cut Out: No

Hammer (Y/N): Yes

Keyless/Keyed Chuck: Keyless

Warranty/guarantee: Warranty

Warranty/guarantee details: 2 Years

WEEE Requirements: Elec & Electronic Tools

Model No.: PT50416498-DS

No. of Drill Speeds: 2

Category: Cordless

Corded/Cordless: Cordless

Drill Depth - Masonary (mm): 13

Drill Depth - Metal (mm): 13

Drill Depth - Wood (mm): 32

Category: Hammer Drills

10 Comments

Bought these last time for this price
I am very pleased with them they are very good quality
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Still unsure about them as I would can't think of an occation where I would use a cordless hammer drill.. normally with hammer drills its for heavy duty stuff no? Its a bit of waste.. Screwfix has a Site drill for £50 (14.4v 2 batts etc) the battery etc is smaller.. maybe more worthwhile getting that..

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I'm a carpenter and while this deal looks good in terms of value, you're actually buying a substandard product.

No DIYer really needs a combi drill and a drill driver, you are better off spending a little bit more money on a decent Makita or Dewalt cordless that will do a lot more, last a lot longer and only cost a fraction more.

the site mentioned at screwfix is actually much better value, 3 batteries & it has very similar components to last years makita 18v combi, so it's really good value!

daverichards

the site mentioned at screwfix is actually much better value, 3 batteries … the site mentioned at screwfix is actually much better value, 3 batteries & it has very similar components to last years makita 18v combi, so it's really good value!



So post the deal.

On doing some researching, think Im going to pass on this and get the Sparky li-ion starter kit from Screwfix @ £70.. Don't know if the tiny drill is up for the diy stuff I do but only one way to find out..!

Edit: picking that because I need a tool box as-well!
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 28th Aug 2010

andy112285

I'm a carpenter and while this deal looks good in terms of value, you're … I'm a carpenter and while this deal looks good in terms of value, you're actually buying a substandard product.No DIYer really needs a combi drill and a drill driver, you are better off spending a little bit more money on a decent Makita or Dewalt cordless that will do a lot more, last a lot longer and only cost a fraction more.



I take your point, but as a keen DIYer, quite often it can be a pain in the backside constantly swapping from a drill bit to a screwdriver bit so it's nice to have both ready at once, and although buying the above may seem expensive I think they're better quality than your average budget power tool.
Edited by: "paulace" 28th Aug 2010

Hey, I done a little more research decided that I can get a cantilever box online somewhere and I went for this one in the end.
hotukdeals.com/dea…108

HTH some people.
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