Terratek 18V Cordless Drill Driver £35.95 & FREE Delivery in the UK £35.95 Sold by Futura Direct Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Terratek 18V Cordless Drill Driver £35.95 & FREE Delivery in the UK £35.95 Sold by Futura Direct Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 27th Feb
looking for a powerful drill driver? This is the one.

Terratek 18V cordless drill driver Outstanding Key Features

Suitable for wood and metal surfaces

18V 800 mAh NI-MH Battery

Max drilling capacity (steel): 8mm

Max drilling capacity (wood): 20mm

Torque settings: 16

No load speed: 0-550rpm

Keyless chuck 0.8 - 10mm

LED light for dim lighting

Integral Spirit level for easy horizontal work

Quick change battery pack

Speed control and forward/reverse switching.
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NI-MH Battery = cold
deanos9 m ago

NI-MH Battery = cold


800mAh is not great either.... NiMH are OK for a given price but this small capacity won't give too much drilling time. OK for light diy and screwing up things.

Aldi sometimes have half decent drills for this sort of money so worth a lookout. If I had this sort of budget I'd probably get a mains powered green Bosch drill for about £44 amazon.co.uk/Bos…sch
Edited by: "spannerzone" 27th Feb
Thursday

lidl.co.uk/en/…=11 16v li-ion £29.99


Parkside 16V Cordless Drill1

£ 29.99each
  • Powerful, compact drill great for hard-to-reach areas and outdoor projects
  • Two-speed gearbox and variable rotation speed
  • 19 pre-selectable torque settings with extra drill setting
  • Integrated LED light, keyless chuck and automatic spindle lock
  • 60-minute charging time and three-stage battery status indicator
  • No-load rotation speed: 0–400rpm (1st gear)/0–1,300 rpm (2nd gear)
  • Max. torque: 25Nm
  • Max. drilling diameter: 25mm in wood, 10mm in steel
  • Includes one bit
Don't bother, get a Li-Ion powered one from either Aldi or Lidl.

much better option IMH
What's so wrong with NiMH.
I guess it stands for Not in My House!
Have this one oś similar model for 4 years now- great drill!
I think this has beaten that Guild drill to being the most woeful drill I've ever seen.

I'm not recommending it, but you'd be better with this:

amazon.co.uk/Tac…c=1
Edited by: "ThanksForThat" 27th Feb
Harley_Mick27th Feb

Thursday …Thursday https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Non-Food-Offers.htm?articleId=11128&ar=11 16v li-ion £29.99Parkside 16V Cordless Drill1£ 29.99each Powerful, compact drill great for hard-to-reach areas and outdoor projectsTwo-speed gearbox and variable rotation speed19 pre-selectable torque settings with extra drill settingIntegrated LED light, keyless chuck and automatic spindle lock60-minute charging time and three-stage battery status indicatorNo-load rotation speed: 0–400rpm (1st gear)/0–1,300 rpm (2nd gear)Max. torque: 25NmMax. drilling diameter: 25mm in wood, 10mm in steelIncludes one bit


How can they say powerful an 25Nm in the same advert?
Spiritjambo2 h, 33 m ago

What's so wrong with NiMH.I guess it stands for Not in My House!


They're not bad but generally not considered as good as lithium-ion batteries that most kit uses these days.
According to the first thing I found on Google:

Power: Li-ion and NiMH batteries can actually hold a similar amount of power, but the lithium-ion cells can be charged and discharged more rapidly. Li-ion also doesn't have as much of a "memory effect," which occurs when a battery is recharged before it is fully empty.
spannerzone1 h, 52 m ago

They're not bad but generally not considered as good as lithium-ion …They're not bad but generally not considered as good as lithium-ion batteries that most kit uses these days. According to the first thing I found on Google:Power: Li-ion and NiMH batteries can actually hold a similar amount of power, but the lithium-ion cells can be charged and discharged more rapidly. Li-ion also doesn't have as much of a "memory effect," which occurs when a battery is recharged before it is fully empty.


Many thanks for the info
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