WORX Cordless 20V 1.5AH LI-ION Drill Driver with 2 Batteries and Carrybag + 3 years warranty £48.00 B&Q with code
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WORX Cordless 20V 1.5AH LI-ION Drill Driver with 2 Batteries and Carrybag + 3 years warranty £48.00 B&Q with code

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Found 20th May 2017
Code is CLUB7TZHM for £5 off - also with free delivery. Also about 1% cashback from Quidco/Topcashback.
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I bought this with one battery for about 35 quid, maybe 6 months ago and have only charged the battery once...not because it ran out, just because I thought it must be due by now. I'd used it occasionally, but on some occasions for quite a length of time.
With two batteries, this is going to last you... I dare say most will rarely need to swap batteries in a day, but hey it's a good backup if you forget to charge one. For this price, if you don't have a decent, robust drill driver, I recommend this one.
No stock within 100 miles of Manchester.
Save a it if money & go for the Bosch that's usually on offer around £100
Before posting, PLEASE. Check availability. No stock anywhere within 100 miles of Birmingham!
bjayb19432

Before posting, PLEASE. Check availability. No stock anywhere within 100 … Before posting, PLEASE. Check availability. No stock anywhere within 100 miles of Birmingham!


Plenty in stock all around North East
Never go up North thanks
these are only 1.5ah batteries though not the 4ah version which was £85 at wickes recently with 2 x 4ah packs which sell for £50 quid each. Good drill though and powerful have to handle with care.
Bought this on offer from Argos last year. Worked a treat screwing the decking together. Batteries last well between charges too!
bjayb19432

Before posting, PLEASE. Check availability. No stock anywhere within 100 … Before posting, PLEASE. Check availability. No stock anywhere within 100 miles of Birmingham!



I bought one before posting(very early today), and many stores had some when I did - please don't make assumptions before posting.
so many haters on here recently, just because YOU cant find one local doesnt mean its not a valid deal... get over it.
bjayb19432

Before posting, PLEASE. Check availability. No stock anywhere within 100 … Before posting, PLEASE. Check availability. No stock anywhere within 100 miles of Birmingham!



In the future you should request all deals are run through you first to make sure theres some available in your area.

Good price. Stock available in Hull.
flstivvy

In the future you should request all deals are run through you first to … In the future you should request all deals are run through you first to make sure theres some available in your area.Good price. Stock available in Hull.



Plenty near me too -https://s29.postimg.org/tyjhxa16v/bq2.png

Argos has some great deals posted here, but it's luck of the draw your local branch will have enough stock - doesn't mean the deal shouldn't be submitted.
Edited by: "hukdplan" 20th May 2017
How to get free delivery? Added to basket but it charges fiver
I bought the 18v version a few years ago from here for a good price.

Works brilliantly and cannot fault it at all. Been a powerhouse for DIY. Batteries have probably been charged and discharged 10x each and they still have loads of life left.
coolioss

How to get free delivery? Added to basket but it charges fiver



This is what I get after applying the code -

https://s2.postimg.org/tzn0j4dex/bqfree.png

And that's what I'm paying with delivery tomorrow.

Edited by: "hukdplan" 20th May 2017
Sunday delivery charge is GBP5.
don_darko

Sunday delivery charge is GBP5.



Checking my order I somehow managed to get "Club £10 off when you spend £50" so yes I'm still paying £48 for delivery tomorrow. I was bouncing around voucher sites and fiddling with the order at 5.30AM this morning so didn't notice that happened - I've just tried to work out which code/s were used but can't remember. I realise this is probably a hanging offence on a deal site. oO Still the submission is correct £5 off with free next day delivery for orders over £50.
flstivvy

In the future you should request all deals are run through you first to … In the future you should request all deals are run through you first to make sure theres some available in your area.Good price. Stock available in Hull.



​5 stores around Leicester in stock.
bjayb19432

Before posting, PLEASE. Check availability. No stock anywhere within 100 … Before posting, PLEASE. Check availability. No stock anywhere within 100 miles of Birmingham!


Fool!
bjayb19432

Before posting, PLEASE. Check availability. No stock anywhere within 100 … Before posting, PLEASE. Check availability. No stock anywhere within 100 miles of Birmingham!



ooooh listen to you.... deal police

oO
bjayb19432

Never go up North thanks


Your loss
If not in stock, seen this for £53 when looking for drills, £48 with code?

Additional hammer function, 13mm chuck, 60 minute quick charge

diy.com/dep…prd
Edited by: "gg1pl" 20th May 2017
Bristol - Sorry, we currently do not have stock of this item within 200 miles of your location. If you are happy to travel further afield, please widen your search using the distance drop down above.
wolfy001

No stock within 100 miles of Manchester.


DVD nn 8 mm .
In store only, cold.
Good deal but showing as no stock in any of their stores
benfisher1991

I bought the 18v version a few years ago from here for a good price. … I bought the 18v version a few years ago from here for a good price. Works brilliantly and cannot fault it at all. Been a powerhouse for DIY. Batteries have probably been charged and discharged 10x each and they still have loads of life left.



Wow, recharged a whole TEN TIMES and they STILL hold a good charge?? Lolz. I should think so, too, Li-Ion batteries (as well as decent Ni-MH ones) should take over a thousand recharges before any considerable drop in capacity.
Bought this for a friend, good drill for basic DIY

H O T
Shoesize

Wow, recharged a whole TEN TIMES and they STILL hold a good charge?? … Wow, recharged a whole TEN TIMES and they STILL hold a good charge?? Lolz. I should think so, too, Li-Ion batteries (as well as decent Ni-MH ones) should take over a thousand recharges before any considerable drop in capacity.



It was less about the recharge cycles and the long periods of time it sits in the shed fully charged. Not very good for the cells unfortunately.
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