Wickes 18V Li-ion Cordless Combi Drill with 2 Batteries 50% OFF Reduced from £99.99 to £49.99 with 2 YEAR Guarantee!
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Wickes 18V Li-ion Cordless Combi Drill with 2 Batteries 50% OFF Reduced from £99.99 to £49.99 with 2 YEAR Guarantee!

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Edited by:"UKtom"Found 23rd Jun
Yes, it's Wickes own brand - but for the price, plus 2 batteries and a carry case, its a bargain! 50% off - £99.99 reduced to only £49.99

I've been on the lookout for a decent Combi Hammer Drill for a while now, having purchased this I was not disappointed. Combi Hammer Drill is suitable for light repairs and maintenance jobs. Suitable for drilling in wood, steel, brick, concrete. Driving construction screws into hard woods.

  • Maximum Torque: 35 N.m
  • Weight: 1.54 kg
  • Chuck Capacity: 13 mm
  • Maximum Diameter (Masonry): 13 mm
  • Voltage: 100-240 V
  • Battery Storage Capacity: 1.3 Ah
  • No Load Speed: 0-350/0-1250 /min
  • Years Guaranteed: 2
  • Battery Type: Li-ion
  • Power Type: Cordless
  • Charge Time: 1 hr
  • Country Origin: China
  • Brand Name: Wickes
  • 2 Year Guarantee

"78% of respondents would recommend this to a friend - 4/5"


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16 Comments

Good spot OP , was looking at another but this has beaten it

Maybe a bargain for this one, but not that much of a bargain for the type. Get a decent one for £60 or £70 so the retain is over stated imo.

Yeah 50 quid ain't great shakes as most drills are li ion now so no longer a high value product. Not a bad price but not a hot deal.

Heat added

What is a better buy ? for £50/60/70 or so ? Thanks

Aletank

What is a better buy ? for £50/60/70 or so ? Thanks



Well did this search last week, didn't have much time because one had packed up half way though decking. Bought this one but saw plenty at those prices. Reliable brand, handled well quick charge screwfix.com/p/e…78t - not on offer

Got one of these a few weeks back great for basic diy like putting a gutter up on shed made it quick and easy but useless for anything heavier like drilling into masonry or concrete as it just hasnt the power,i have to get the corded drill out
Edited by: "kaiser051" 24th Jun

Yes well spotted. maybe this is the replacement i was looking for..

PulisOut

Well did this search last week, didn't have much time because one had … Well did this search last week, didn't have much time because one had packed up half way though decking. Bought this one but saw plenty at those prices. Reliable brand, handled well quick charge http://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-eri743ddh-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-cordless-drill-driver/4778t - not on offer


I can vouch for the Erbauer drill I bought one 3 years ago from screwfix it was on offer at £49.95 at the time with 2.6ah batteries EXCELLENT drill still as good as the day I got it and it has been used a LOT. I had to drive an 80 mile round trip to c+c it but still worth it. Even at the new price it is well worth every penny. :).

thomasleep

I can vouch for the Erbauer drill I bought one 3 years ago from screwfix … I can vouch for the Erbauer drill I bought one 3 years ago from screwfix it was on offer at £49.95 at the time with 2.6ah batteries EXCELLENT drill still as good as the day I got it and it has been used a LOT. I had to drive an 80 mile round trip to c+c it but still worth it. Even at the new price it is well worth every penny. .



My erbauer stopped working just after 3 years of light use (but not a combi)

AzeemB

My erbauer stopped working just after 3 years of light use (but not a … My erbauer stopped working just after 3 years of light use (but not a combi)


I have used this thing near enough daily, and with plenty of use on the hammer and still going as new. If you do not use it regularly, it is still a good idea to charge the batteries on a regular basis.

Bought a 18v Erbauer (not the model linked tho' (wasn't available then)) years ago for work. Gets used almost every week & still working nicely even if it doesn't look like it did all those years ago Even left it in a rain shower once, thought that was the end of it when it started making squeling sounds but once dried out & with more use it's now back to normal

Kulaak

Bought a 18v Erbauer (not the model linked tho' (wasn't available then)) … Bought a 18v Erbauer (not the model linked tho' (wasn't available then)) years ago for work. Gets used almost every week & still working nicely even if it doesn't look like it did all those years ago Even left it in a rain shower once, thought that was the end of it when it started making squeling sounds but once dried out & with more use it's now back to normal


Erbauer are seriously underrated tools in my view. And I would love to know who does the pricing at screwfix because a cordless circular saw (Erbauer) was £59.99 in jan then went up to £79.99 and now is £99.99 seriously peed off as I want one but not going to pay more than £59.99 for it grrrr not to mention my drill which is £30 more than 3 years ago and with smaller batteries???

Had this for 18 months and have totally renovated a house using it. Excellent tool

Cant believe the original price for a Wickes make

it's about what it's worth 35 N.m just don't push to hard when useing
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