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Terratek 13Pc Cordless Drill Driver 18V/20V-Max Lithium-Ion £32.99 Sold by Futura Direct Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon
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LI-ION POWER: The Terratek 18V/20V Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill Set is supplied with a powerful Li-ion battery which results in having no memory effect, no self-discharge and always ready for use. Peaking at 20V from a fresh charge the battery stabilises to 18V. Equipped with a variable speed pressure trigger which can take your cordless drill up to a no load speed of 650rpm and both forward and reverse levers that enable the drill to quickly switch between drilling and withdrawing of screws.
FLEXIBLE: Get greater control over your li-ion cordless screwdriver with 16 different torque settings available to use with, you will always be able to find the perfect setting for whatever material, whether that be wood, plastic, metal and a variety of other materials. The drill driver has a max drilling capacity for regular materials such as wood of 20mm and of steel, 8mm. Battery and charger included. CADMIUM FREE, EU Batteries Directive 2006/66/EC Compliant
ERGONOMIC: The 18V/20V Cordless Drill offers both power and control with its soft grip, ergonomic design, 0.8 - 10mm keyless chuck and a light weight of only 1.0 Kg. This electric screwdriver is more than easy to use for extended periods of time. 2 YEAR GUARANTEE
VERSATILE: Included in the Cordless Drill Set is a 13 piece kit that contains 1x magnet holder, 6x drill bits, 2x Pozi-drive screwdriver attachments, 2x Phillips screwdriver attachments and 2x slotted screwdriver attachments. Perfect for both first time DIY and experienced craftsmen
2 YEAR GUARANTEE: For your peace of mind we offer a 24 month guarantee on our Terratek 18V Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill Set with 13pc Drill Bit Kit (Upgraded Model)
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Is this a good brand
shahidali4706/04/2020 21:47

Is this a good brand


Not really. Worth bearing in mind that it only has an 800Mah battery as well.
wheelbo06/04/2020 21:52

Not really. Worth bearing in mind that it only has an 800Mah battery as …Not really. Worth bearing in mind that it only has an 800Mah battery as well.


Thanks!
wheelbo06/04/2020 21:52

Not really. Worth bearing in mind that it only has an 800Mah battery as …Not really. Worth bearing in mind that it only has an 800Mah battery as well.


and that it has an estimated 3-5 hour charge time on that battery
That battery is pants
Its great for home lil diy i did pay less but obvs no time machine
Edited by: "fijwood" 6th Apr
Very poor spec and really not that cheap for what it is. You can do much better!
Very poor deal, if your getting any cordless power tool you may aswell go for a branded one, that way when you extend your DIY power tool collection you can just buy the bare tools as you have a battery already.
so many drills out at moment not sure which ones the best. So confused?
Edited by: "Vicki_Ball" 7th Apr
Not even powerful enough to stir my tea. 🍵
Lidl had choice of two 20V drills for £20, add £18 for 2Ah battery and charger, OP drill is a toy by comparison. May be stock left in Lidl.
Not really worth it with the battery. Minimum 1.3Ah for DIY. I’d go for at least 2Ah
Really good for drilling through A4 paper.
I had one of these (different brand and colour, but same drill; generic Chinese) and it literally failed on first use. Hilariously poor quality. I had only bought it for tiny jobs at work (I have a number of decent drills) to save me from changing bits (and I'm lazy) but it couldn't achieve even the simplest task.

Genuine crud. Also, I paid less than £20, and it wasn't worth that.
So, it's absolute rubbish and not especially chep - but it gets hot. HUKD strikes again!
damadgeruk07/04/2020 06:39

Lidl had choice of two 20V drills for £20, add £18 for 2Ah battery and c …Lidl had choice of two 20V drills for £20, add £18 for 2Ah battery and charger, OP drill is a toy by comparison. May be stock left in Lidl.


They still had loads in last week.
We use in the school where I work. Lads in the construction class give them a battering. Battery does not last long at all. Mostly used for 4 inch screws into dry 4 x 2 pine.
Looking for a drill is confusing . So many different types and specks.
Also how do you manage to drill straight ? How do you stop the drill from slipping. ? Perhaps it is practice.
angie5508/04/2020 13:53

Looking for a drill is confusing . So many different types and specks.Also …Looking for a drill is confusing . So many different types and specks.Also how do you manage to drill straight ? How do you stop the drill from slipping. ? Perhaps it is practice.


Use decent drill bits and a decent drill, if drilling into brickwork, masonry etc you shouldn't push hard on the drill but let the drill and bit do the work, people put all their weight against the drill which just causes the bits to overheat, break or go blunt. Make a small pilot hole first can help with more accurate drilling. Sometimes it's just hard to drill into tough old bricks though, you hit a solid bit and the drill wanders off course.

However having a higher torque drill with decent drill bits does make a big difference. Spend a bit more and get something much better.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 8th Apr
spannerzone08/04/2020 16:36

Use decent drill bits and a decent drill, if drilling into brickwork, …Use decent drill bits and a decent drill, if drilling into brickwork, masonry etc you shouldn't push hard on the drill but let the drill and bit do the work, people put all their weight against the drill which just causes the bits to overheat, break or go blunt. Make a small pilot hole first can help with more accurate drilling. Sometimes it's just hard to drill into tough old bricks though, you hit a solid bit and the drill wanders off course.However having a higher torque drill with decent drill bits does make a big difference. Spend a bit more and get something much better.


Thankyou very much.
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