Workzone 500W Bench Drill @ Aldi £59.99 in store from 19th October.
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Workzone 500W Bench Drill @ Aldi £59.99 in store from 19th October.

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Edited by:"SixtyFive"Found 16th Oct




  • Adjustable Height:


    Drill table: 27cm (freely adjustable)



  • Brand:


    Workzone



  • Cord Length:


    3m



  • Dimensions:


    Drill table: 17 x 17cm



  • Product Type:


    Power Tools



  • Torque Control Settings:


    9



  • Voltage:


    Rated input: 230v / 50Hz



  • Wattage:


    500w



  • Weight:


    21kg






Perfect for the DIY workshop, this


versatile Bench Drill has a tiltable table, adjustable height and a


rotatable scale ring for accuracy.

Contents


1 x Machine vice: 2.5"1 x Drill chuck key

Features


VDE Standard H05VV-F3 x 0.75mm²Spindle speed: 500-2500 R/minOn/off switch with zero voltage releasingStepless table height adjustmentTilt drill: -45° to +45°Maximum drilling depth: 50mmFoldable chip protectionKeyed chuck B16Drill diameter: from 2 to 16mmTable with slots for mounting a vice2- belt driveRotatable scale ring for accurate drilling depthStable base with base plateBall bearing drill spindle

Guarantee/Warranty




3 years


10 Comments

Ordered.

Bargain hot.

want one

DrAcula125 m ago

want one


If you are offering

I got one similar about 4 years ago and it's been great. There are plenty of variations of these bench drills in circulation. Prices are normally around £40-£60 range as most are made in china.
This is good value especially as it has the standard 3 year warranty.

Why do I feel the need to buy this?

Heat added although no use to me.

Mine was delivered this morning.
The speed adjustment is quite complex because it uses 3 pulleys.
Edited by: "parsimony" 20th Oct

Avoid at all costs, you get what you pay for! Spend a bit more to get a better drill from a reliable source.

john80821st Oct

Avoid at all costs, you get what you pay for! Spend a bit more to get a …Avoid at all costs, you get what you pay for! Spend a bit more to get a better drill from a reliable source.


Why avoid at all costs... it' a hobby drill... it is absolutely fine and works well. if you'e trying to cut a 36mm forstner bit through thick birch it may not be for you but this tools snobbery is ridiculous and often without any direct knowledge... i know plenty who own it and works perfectly well

When did you have the drill? What were your issues?

Perhaps people should spend £150 on the einhell 501 btbd??? Oh wait hang on its the same drill rebabged...
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