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SDS-Plus Hammer Drill £34.99 from 12.5.2011 at Lidl
SDS-Plus Hammer Drill £34.99 from 12.5.2011 at Lidl

SDS-Plus Hammer Drill £34.99 from 12.5.2011 at Lidl

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I've seen a post for this from a couple of years ago, so its coming back in stock. Anyone who bought one 2 years ago may want to comment on their experience with this product. This is very cheap for an SDS drill.

Description Powerful 1050W hammer drill
Robust power tool for drilling and chiselling masonry
Trigger with rotational speed & direction control
Auxiliary handle with non-slip grip
Depth stop for precise drilling
With non-slip SDS-Plus chuck
Keyless chuck adaptor for standard drill bits
Variable No-load speed up to (rpm): 1100
LED indicator for carbon brush wear
Impact speed, up to (bpm): 5100
Impact force (Joules): 2.2
Maximum drilling capacity (mm):
- metal: 13
- wood: 40
- masonry: 26
Includes 3 SDS-plus drill bits, 1 pointed and 1 flat chisel
Supplied in a sturdy plastic carry case
Cable length (m): 4
Weight approx. (kg): 3.4
3 year manufacturer’s warranty

They also have an SDS drill bit set at 7.99

4 Comments

Decent price given it comes with the bits, chisels and keyless chuck adapter too. I bought the Bosch twin-set from B&Q the other week (£60 with 20% off) which had the SDS hammer and a Ni-Mh cordless, probably slightly better value than this, but this looks pretty hot to me and will probably be of decent quality.
Edited by: "jah128" 7th May 2011

Great price and great timing i am looking currently looking for one, Need some feedback before i go for it thanks voted hot
Edited by: "MR1123" 7th May 2011

I brought one of these yesterday and its a good sds drill, not bad for £34.99 the quality is very good, made from hard study plastic bit heavy though but very easy to use and comes complete with chisel bits, drill bits, adaptors for drill bits and easy to read guide/instructions. Nice plastic box with metal clips also comes with 3 years guarantee, Only thing is its not cordless for those who need it, but that's okay as it would last longer without paying ££ for replacement batteries in the future. Hope that helps.

I don't suppose anyone got a spare that they can pass on to me as the deal seems to have gone in all my local stores. I don't mind paying P&P it would be a real help for a job i'm doing, and I cant really afford anything expensive

Thanks
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