Wolf 12v Li-ion Cordless Impact Driver & Drill Driver kit + 2x Batteries & Charger was £114.98 now £54.98 @ eBay / UKhomeshopping FREE DELIVERY
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Wolf 12v Li-ion Cordless Impact Driver & Drill Driver kit + 2x Batteries & Charger was £114.98 now £54.98 @ eBay / UKhomeshopping FREE DELIVERY

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Found 19th Mar 2013
Drill Driver - Specification
• 10mm Keyless Chuck
• 17 + 1 Torque settings
• Forward and Reverse control
• Variable no load speed
• 2 speed
• Total powder metal gears with spindle lock gearbox
• Electronic brake
• Max Torque 22Nm
• Comfort grip handle
• Fitted LED light illuminating working area
Impact Driver - specification:

• ¼” Hex Driver with quick release
• Variable No load speed 0-1800rpm
• Forward and reverse control with electronic brake
• No load impact rate 0-3000bpm
• Max Torque 90Nm
• Total powder metal gears with metal gearbox
• Variable speed control
• Comfort grip handle
• LED light illuminating working area.

Complete with:
• 2x 12v, 1.7A/Hr Li-ion Battery
• Fast 1 hour Battery Charger

76 Comments

SPAM WHERE IS THE RRP

scoobytawazara

SPAM WHERE IS THE RRP



Clearly states on my eBay save 52% with the full price of £114 crossed out.

Hot, that's a lot of drill for the price.

Drill and impact driver
2 speed
1 hour charge
2x Li-Ion batteries

... and still people are voting this cold.

Very good deal.

just the drill driver is £59.99 here
ukhs.tv/Too…Kit

anyone know who makes them as sometimes company's put there own name on goods ie re branded

I wonder if these come with a case?

12v

10mm chuck

Great for basic DIY but not for the professional...

I know nothing about drills, but I know I need one. Is this up to the task for home use? Driving stuff into walls etc, or would I need a corded one for that? Cheers!

thedrisback

anyone know who makes them as sometimes company's put there own name on … anyone know who makes them as sometimes company's put there own name on goods ie re branded



UK Home Shopping own the Wolf brand now I believe and apply it to a range of imported power tools and motor mowers. They're not a manufacturer as such, just an importer from China or wherever.

They do mail order through big adverts in the weekend papers mainly. The stuff is medium to low quality if the mowers are anything to go by, but they sell on lower prices. Not rubbish but not high quality either.

H3110

I know nothing about drills, but I know I need one. Is this up to the … I know nothing about drills, but I know I need one. Is this up to the task for home use? Driving stuff into walls etc, or would I need a corded one for that? Cheers!



Neither of these is a hammer drill - so brick wall, other than "breeze block", are more than likely beyond them.

Stud walls etc - more than capable.

The question you need to ask yourself with drills is how often do you use them? If you only use them on the odd occasion, then it's probably better to borrow one from someone. There are websites (can't remember the name of them) that let you borrow peoples stuff for a certain time. You never know, your next door neighbour may have a drill they never use.

Doing so is better for the environment anyway. Also has the added bonus of meeting neighbours. :-)
Edited by: "sotomonkey" 19th Mar 2013

coooolllld....bosch drills with more power am the same price

no way on earth have these got a 114 rrp

wolves2013

coooolllld....bosch drills with more power am the same price



Link please for the BOSH set at the same price...

wolves2013

coooolllld....bosch drills with more power am the same price


Feel free to provide backup, else your statement is of no value.

I cannot see 114 crossed out on the link or anywhere on page!

once I bought some unbranded cordless drill from B&Q. It last for a week after which battery was holding a charge for 5 min of drilling.

wolf isn't a recognize brand, no one knows who make it and therefor this deal is stone cold

PS. I am not a bosh, makita ... fan, it's just an experience in buying cheap drills online, from lidl, b&q or other retailers. On the long run is never worth the price.

ive never heard of this brand. normal unknown brands do come at this price or cheaper. though i do not know how well the performance is on this brand.

For the Money this is great Value, i have an aldi drill which i paid £30 for 5 years ago, most would slate it, but it has out lasted my Dewalt drill! enough said and the aldi drill also has hammer action to which the dewalt is only a drill driver. For the money delivered i dont think you can beat this deal and with 2 x 1.7ah Batteries it is a Bargain

scoobytawazara

I cannot see 114 crossed out on the link or anywhere on page!



http://i810.photobucket.com/albums/zz25/ImMatthew/435_zps3719833b.jpg

Just for a while i thought it was DeWalt....:)

Still patiently waiting for a the link to the Bosch kit at the same price
Edited by: "sastek" 20th Mar 2013

This must be one of the coldest deals ever, it is just 12v and from an unknown company and from ebay (difficult returns using couriers).

Since it is only for occasional DIY use anyway, why not just go to your local Aldi (they have a good 14v model for £20) and pick one up with 3 years warranty and the no-quibble 50 days return policy?
Or B&Q, 45 days return policy, and they offer lots of 18v drills, including impact ones, from all sorts of unknown and known brands, still a safer bet then this one.

Having the advantage to be able to return in-store makes all the difference in the world.

Also, pick the right time to buy one, that is just before starting a project, to avoid buying one and keeping it unused for months.

I think a lot of people are moaning or voting on this without taking into account what they are! They might be only 12v but they are compacts and are geared for torque not speed! + one is an impact driver not a drill!

They are small and lightweight and have a very surprising amount of power. I've found a set like this replaced my 18v drill on all but the toughest of jobs!

As an added bonus they run on the same cells as a laptop and can be replaced cheaply. Even upgraded to 3.0ah

If you have never used one of these type of 12v drivers you shouldn't be voting

90nm of torque. Thats plenty for everyday use. The battery on my makita drill costs £130 on its own, so i am baffled why people are complaining about this its a decent deal. I strongly suspect the people moaning don't have a clue what they are looking at. Voltage aint everything.

Looking at the batteries , these could be made by the same people that make Worx,JCB and Erbauer drills, I have a Erbauer impact drive and Worx drill, There batteries are the same, and look the same as these.

At 55 quid these are a bargain, And if you think otherwise, your a Dewalt drill snod, or know nothing about drills, or both.
Edited by: "babylon" 20th Mar 2013

both but i go to worx rather

for the money not a bad deal wouldnt expect much more than light to medium home use from them. as for people going on about dewalt they have been owned by black and decker since 2010 and are now quite frankly not the same tools by a long shot........

This deal is red hot.
I own a Hitachi 12v impact driver.
I also own a Bosch SDS cordless drill and a few electric drills.
I also own a myriad of other cordless tools.
The impact driver is my favourite tool.

For those who have not used one before, once you have used one to drive a screw into a piece of wood, you will understand just how much more torque an impact driver has compared with a basic drill.

In most cases, impact drivers cost a minimum of £100+.

If the impact driver was being sold on its own for £55, this deal would be hot. But to include a drill as well, this deal is RED HOT.

A 12v impact driver should be mandatory for any DIYer.

Further to my earlier post, the only other alternative would be to buy an impact driver, 2nd hand, from ebay.
But for a new item, I think this is the cheapest impact driver on the market...by far.

Cracking deal, I'm a carpenter and I've got the makita equivalent of these (£200) they are so light and compact they are fantastic for all the odd jobs around the house. Use mine everyday. If no one has used an Impact driver before I would highly recommend them, its not all about Volts more torque. Had Wolf stuff before, recip saw and still going strong after 6 years.

Don't forget your getting 2 drills, 2 batteries and charger all for £54, got to be worth a punt.

Wolf is a leading manufacturer of industrial safety and hazardous are equipment. They are very well known in Oil and Gas industry but dont manufacturer many consumer products, I regularly sell their products to refineries and oil fields.

This is a great deal. To all the idiots talking about volt power, you don't know what you are talking about. Drivers are all about torque. I also use a 3.6v handdriver, this has a small voltage but great torque. Also this deal uses li-ion tech, not the inferior Ni-Cd that you see on older tools so charge up and retention are much better. The batteries alone in this deal are worth the money.

Has anyone placed an order yet?
I used an impact driver for the first time a few months back, and converted! Not about voltage as many have already said.

hereafter

Just for a while i thought it was DeWalt....:)



Nah it's De Wolf...

Wolf used to be an excellent German brand and my father (an engineer) always bought their tools. Probably non-existent now and just a Chinese rebrand.

Heat Sink

Wolf is a leading manufacturer of industrial safety and hazardous are … Wolf is a leading manufacturer of industrial safety and hazardous are equipment. They are very well known in Oil and Gas industry but dont manufacturer many consumer products, I regularly sell their products to refineries and oil fields.



No, these aren't the same people as Wolf-Safety who do the stuff you describe.

As I explained in post #11 UKhomeshopping is an importer and distributor of a range of mail order stuff including mowers and some power tools. They operate from a medium size warehouse unit in Sutton-in-Ashfield Notts but don't manufacturer anything themselves. They seem to own the Wolf Tools brand which used to belong to the now defunct Omega Wolf Ltd who were online sellers of welders, compressors and other tools. I think they supplied Aldi at some point before they went bust. As their headquarters were only a couple of miles from the current UKhomeshopping premises it's probably the some people TBH.

So is this a bargain? Yes if it's cheaper than the B&Q no-brand equivalents, but no if you're expecting Bosch or DeWalt quality that a tradesman might need.

i've ordered it.....

bargain at this price and i know that they used to produce quality pieces of kit......

also DonDraper is spot on with his knowledge......

not a chinese cheap job.......
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