Just got a L2P5 so i was on the lookout for one of these. 2 days ago it was £45+5 from toolstop on amazon. It might have been yesterday infact.
I use a Leica laser level, fantastic for mid range/top end gear. Not sure how relevant it is to a tripod (I use the amazon basics one, gets great reviews).
Point being caller? Is that this?
COLD 7DayShop have tripods from £15.26 upwards: 7dayshop.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=Tripod
need someone to give a proper review and vs a proper tripod past two threads has 1 guy buying saying great but seemed to compare against nothing this is more expensive as well as last deals were at 30 vs this one at 37
They've got a 240v Makita at about the same price, but it's a slightly smaller blade
Shame it's 110v, pain for DIY.
Great company to deal with. Buy with confidence.
spent ages looking tried phoning a few places and pricing up ,went round in circles for weeks away went for the screwfix deal https://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dck456m3t-gb-18v-4-0ah-li-ion-xr-brushless-cordless-4-piece-power-tool-kit/2013p the three are brushless and every other shop seemed to want the same price plus the vat
Bargain this lot (cheeky)
There's some right scumbags about (mad)
got peeled and stealed ,(have a google ) got away with at least 11 x 18v tools 6 batts along with anything with dewalt on it, lasers screwset ,drills ! so am definaltly one for these deals atm
Ah yes, it was £340. A great bargain in any event!
This is a fine drill for the price. I use it as a secondary drill to my larger dewalt combi that came with 5ah batteries. It did regularly appear on offer at screwfix/b&q for £100 plus vat but they seem to have shuffled thier range around now and dewalt are giving them an exclusive model with better 3ah batteries but a far inferior drill unit. I'd head for this one. Its not going to last too long if you're drilling numerous holes in timber joists, but for sticking wall plugs in and small to medium duties it'll be perfect. It'll far out perform most jobs around your home. The milwaukee mentioned in the comments is a much better drill unit, however I personally think having a battery drill with only a single battery is a waste of time.
Yes, and the good thing with Milwaukee drills is they have a separate selector for driving modes, as opposed to the drill & hammer settings being at the end of the torque dial. So if you're driving screws and want to switch to drilling, you just turn the drive-mode selector to drill and it sticks it in full torque, irrespective of where the torque dial is set. Then when you switch back to driving it's in the same torque setting as it was previously. It's very quick and intuitive.
Unfortunately I am invested in dewalt, but this would be preferable, thanks for sharing :D
Thanks, my mistake, couldn't see clearly if you could turn hammer mode off
A combi IS a percussion (or hammer) drill- it's having percussion that makes it a combi drill/driver rather than just a drill/driver
Maybe, maybe not. I think the Makita jigsaw I've got has been going for a good ten years or more, more-or-less unchanged.
If it's 8yrs old I'm not so sure this is a bargain. Technology and manufacturing of these may have moved on. Usually retailers put power tools that are 1-2yrs old for sell around this price (see now expired link below £50 for a makita Jigsaw that retailed for over £100): https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/makita-jv0600-jigsaw-50-wickes-cc-only-2861934&ved=2ahUKEwiTpKHph5vZAhXHJuwKHbPsAa0QjjgwAXoECAwQAQ&usg=AOvVaw2YFsGkC-uF_encohD9yQch
Yeah, agreed. While it did appear that some Stanley drills bare a close resemblance to older discontinued Dewalt models there still seems a distinct product line up, Dewalts are better than Stanley which are better than Black and Decker. There are probably some common parts used and similarities in some aspects but they're not all the same.
It might be no looker but it ages well! I’ve had this model for >8years and it’s a great little jigsaw, cuts true (with decent blades), has blower to clear cutting line of sawdust, variable speed nice and controllable and blade change a doddle. Only downside is it’s corded but, then again, it’d have been much more expensive as a cordless back then.
That isn't true in the slightest, in fact it's absolute cobblers. They're owned by Black and Decker, I wouldn't even dispute they're made in the same factory, but if you've owned (or even used) both you'll know they aren't the same thing just in a different casing.
Nice price I huntering from last year for that,thanks
Oos, good find tho
£15 amazon prime free del
Found this on ebay looks like the same chisels but includes PZ2 Screwdriver Bits for the same price with postage here. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/IRWIN-Marples-M444-Wood-Chisel-Set-6-10-12-18-25mm-PZ2-Screwdriver-Bits/362207812273?epid=651475363&hash=item5455449ab1:g:NL8AAOSw5KtaU55~
Thats dcf886 tho. This is dcf887. A lot of difference
Different model - brushless, yes,but single speed and only 1 battery
next best price
I like the look of that too. I think I'll treat myself to another Christmas present (party)
No problem. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/DeWalt-32pc-EXTREME-IMPACT-Screwdriver-Bit-Set-Inc-Magnetic-Bit-Holder-DT70523T/282762164103?epid=646091095&hash=item41d5f03787:g:j0UAAOSwubRXGgsp Good quality impact rated bit set inc, holder, to go with it. You can get away with standard bits on the 1st speed setting but I'd definitely use impact-related bits on the faster speeds.
It's not (flirt) . Nice spot.
https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dewalt-tough-box-ds400-tool-box-with-inserts-prime-only-choose-first-on-the-list-of-other-sellers-at-rhs-column-3295-amazon-2850726 i genuinley question why a smaller box without inserts is more of a deal?
Yes the FFX 400 mm larger size is a better deal as it is couple of quid cheaper. So long as you want the bigger one that is......
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B005HVUUIO/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 it is 33 pounds for this on amazon with inserts
that is not tough
It's now £29.00, still good value.
I have the S240 and goddamn it's brilliant
I have this set and ratchet broke pretty fast, still use the sockets just had to get a better ratchet
Excellent kit,got both 1/2 and 1/4 sets,,if you read reviews on amazon one says they are made by snap-on but not quite as professional,saying that mine have had some serious abuse and still going strong.Good ratchet click count,socket push to remove lock ratchet.ect.
Bahco always good
Price up to £35 now though (annoyed)
which others have you tried to compare against?
Thanks for the heads up.
Back in stock
Mine arrived today, it is the same one as in the video and it is a robust tripod. I am very impressed
Back in stock
100% yes This unit is now sold out but they sell a similar Bosch unit for the same price. Just not quite as tall at 1.52M.
Will this work with a DSLR camera
Happy to help. Want to make sure people benefit from my experience as I took delivery today. If I can provide pictures for quality/scale please feel free to say. :)
To those people thinking this looks like a cheap plastic tripod, bear in mind that in the picture, that tripod is extended to 1.7 metres. It's a solid unit. I have one of the 1.2M cheapies at home that squeeks when you pull the legs out, this is definitely Leica quality (as it would be when it's designed to hold heavy Leica Laser Geometry equipment)....
We are currently beating on a green model £60 2x 2.0ah batts li-on 2 gears - 3 months of everyday use still strong
If I could have got one I would have. You can't have too many bits from the same range.
I managed to grab that for £60 with vouchers. Very good drill for DIY. And to be honest, all else being equal, for DIY i'd rather have 3 x 1.5ah batteries then 2 x 2ah or a 4ah. Allows me to pickup cheap bodies when possible. Whilst I'm rarely if ever going to run out of juice for DIY use. Is this the newer brushless version of the gsb18-2li-plus?
4AH won't give you more power, just more runtime.
It WAS a better deal - to an extent - but no guarantee it will reappear.
I also am a big fan of 1/4 inch as most of my work is the motorbike and bolts on old kawasakis are made of cheese.
Luckily I woke up a bit more before ordering. These are 3/8 not 1/4, and while I own both types of bahco kit my little SL25 kit gets way more use so 3/8 is probably not the best way for me to go. But then again I use that more as its portable, and the other kit is a lot heavier, but I'd rarely need these really unless I had my 'big' kit. Decisions! Some other cheap bahco stuff on there too.
Why can't they say IF they are made of Chrome Vanadium steel
Really don't need them, but they match my socket set so....
I've bought my 4 bangers for £50 each so £75 seems pointless as. it's still very expensive? ?
Damn... I shouldn't use the web at night to long :/
Only £62.99 at Amazon.
£65 here http://www.powertoolworld.co.uk/dewalt-dcb184-18v-5ah-battery
Wow, good deal but still expensive. BTW, there's a 'W' in screwfix, lol
please elaborate... sounds like it does your washing up too :)
Didn't the EU ban these yet O_O http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/05/10/eu-to-launch-kettle-and-toaster-crackdown-after-brexit-vote2/
what is so special about this kettle? its price is so much higher compared to other kettle.
This: http://www.johnlewis.com/bosch-twk7105gb-stainless-steel-kettle-anthracite/p2217283 suggests it's stainless steel. Mind you, I wouldn't touch a Bosch with a bargepole, the ones I've had have had very short lives.
I have a bosch kettle (one that does bleeeeep) and it's by far the best kettle I've ever owned
Are they the one cup or the full strength?
u get a 1000 in b m for a tenner
Oh,I thought that was just a movie.oO
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Makita-P-44024-75-Piece-Drill-Bit-BradPoint-Holesaw-Nut-Driver-Flat-Bit-Set-/360838604552?hash=item5403a82708:g:BqIAAOSwNuxXaAot looks tempting at £17.49 delivered with 2000 plus sold
http://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/powertoolmate?_trksid=p2047675.l2559 £19.40 delivered on fleabay.
Is it possible they are chinese copies?
I would choose this Hitachi over the DIY Bosch version, also you can get a 3 year warranty with the Hitachi. http://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-dv18dgl-jg-18v-2-5ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/6832k
Lots of good deals all of a sudden it seems in DIY and electronics. Whatever happened to the 'Brexit price rises'?
I managed to grab it for £49 after code stacking
Interested to know the answer to this too. From reviews, it seems that Bosch is the best bang for your buck a DIYer can buy. But it was down to £53 with a code a few weeks ago mind.
is this any better than http://www.diy.com/departments/bosch-cordless-18v-20ah-li-ion-combi-drill-2-batteries-psb-1800-li-2/1131623_BQ.prd