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Workzone 20V Li-Ion Cordless Drill / Driver £29.99 Delivered @ Aldi
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Workzone 20V Li-Ion Cordless Drill / Driver £29.99 Delivered @ Aldi

£29.99Aldi Deals
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Posted 27th Jan
As above.

Not a bad price, handy for around the house DIY

In store Thursday or can be pre-ordered online.

3 Year warranty

Tackle all of those DIY jobs without needing to be near a power supply with the Workzone 20V Li-Ion Cordless Drill. Perfect for odd jobs around the home and with its speedy 1 hour charge time, you’ll be set to drill in no time.

Contents
1 x Rechargeable battery
1 x Charger
1 x Double end bit
8 x Drills
8 x Drill bits
1 x Magnetic bit holder
Manual
Features
2 speed gear box
13mm keyless chuck with spindle lock
20+1 -level torque pre-selection
35Nm maximum torque
Integrated LED working light
Power indicator
Ergonomic soft grip handle
Right/Left rotation 0-350/0-1400 rpm
Quick-stop
18 piece drill bit set
Samsung Lithium-Ion battery allows for faster charging, longer battery life, lower maintenance and no memory effect
Guarantee/Warranty
3 years
Suitable Use
Drilling holes into soft material and metal, driving/removing screws
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Will this work on maisomary as its not a hammer drill?
Savvy18 m ago

Will this work on maisomary as its not a hammer drill?


Depends, should be ok on breeze block and plaster but for brick/concrete drilling you’ll need a combi drill for that and preferably one with at least 60nm of torque.
In case anybody is curious if this is worth buying, quite a few comments on the last time it was posted here...

hotukdeals.com/dea…102
Voted hot by accident sorry - no hammer = no way
Get the hammer one plus the normal adapter from Amazon to use you old bits
My dad had one of these and if you want to drill plasterboard and small timber and very thin metal was fine, if you wanted to use any decent size drill bits or screws was gutless iho. Horses for courses though. Will suit casual diyer if youve got a corded drill for more heavy tasks.
He said 3yr warranty was good, took it back and swapped it out when low gear went, no quibbles.
Yep keep you receipt handy as Aldi warranty is excellent .no quibble at all just don't lose RECEIPT!!
Not really very cheap given it's only a drill driver.
Edited by: "Besford" 28th Jan
cool_hand_john27th Jan

My dad had one of these and if you want to drill plasterboard and small …My dad had one of these and if you want to drill plasterboard and small timber and very thin metal was fine, if you wanted to use any decent size drill bits or screws was gutless iho. Horses for courses though. Will suit casual diyer if youve got a corded drill for more heavy tasks. He said 3yr warranty was good, took it back and swapped it out when low gear went, no quibbles.


My experience is similar - got the last one with 2x batts at 34.99 . Really useful as drill driver - drilling plasterboard etc plus driving small or medium screws it is great. I have a corded drill for heavier duty use. Excellent value for money for DIY use.
Besford27/01/2019 18:43

Not really very chaep given it's only a drill driver.


It is fine for 90% of DIY tasks - that is the target market . If you want it for professional or heavy duty DIY use, higher torque, wide range of battery capacities and widespread parts availability then go for a Makita etc. Just multiply price by 7 times. Pay your money and make your choice !
mrwibble28/01/2019 20:29

It is fine for 90% of DIY tasks - that is the target market . If you want …It is fine for 90% of DIY tasks - that is the target market . If you want it for professional or heavy duty DIY use, higher torque, wide range of battery capacities and widespread parts availability then go for a Makita etc. Just multiply price by 7 times. Pay your money and make your choice !


I didn't say it's no good (I like Aldi stuff) I said it isn't very cheap for a drill driver. I didn't even say it's expensive, I said IT ISN'T VERY CHEAP FOR A DRILL DRIVER! You are not responding to my point, you're reading something else into it which I didn't say.
Besford17 h, 7 m ago

I didn't say it's no good (I like Aldi stuff) I said it isn't very cheap …I didn't say it's no good (I like Aldi stuff) I said it isn't very cheap for a drill driver. I didn't even say it's expensive, I said IT ISN'T VERY CHEAP FOR A DRILL DRIVER! You are not responding to my point, you're reading something else into it which I didn't say.


Ah gotcha - personally I think it is good value given it has a quality battery and a 3yr known solid warranty.

Give me an example of a cheaper drill driver of comparable power - really not sure any available for much less than £24 delivered. Genuinely interested .
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