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XU1 900W Rotary Hammer Drill - NOW £33 @ Homebase (free C&C)
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XU1 900W Rotary Hammer Drill - NOW £33 @ Homebase (free C&C)

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Posted 30th JanEdited by:"deanos"

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The 900W motor will make easy work of all your drilling needs around the home in concrete, brick and masonry applications.

The SDS+ fitment allows fast, tool-free bit changes while also providing secure bit retention.

  • 900W motor.
  • SDS+ accessory fitment.
  • 3 Mode selection – drill, hammer and chisel.
  • 3 Drill bits included - flat and pointed chisels included.
  • 3 Joules of impact energy.
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Thanks. C&C here I come.

Oh wait. My local Homebases have all closed down
Gollywood36 m ago

Thanks. C&C here I come.Oh wait. My local Homebases have all closed down …Thanks. C&C here I come.Oh wait. My local Homebases have all closed down


Yes I have seen atleast 5 homebase stores in London close. Don't know when they will close altogether. Already sold Argos to Sainsburys
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 30th Jan
No mention of a safety clutch.
I picked up one of these about 5pm. Seemed like a pretty good deal!
So just to confirm this is a SDS drill suitable for concrete as it doesn’t say in description as other drills do? I just need for occasional usage, is this on discount or is this normal price?
FCrux25 m ago

So just to confirm this is a SDS drill suitable for concrete as it doesn’t …So just to confirm this is a SDS drill suitable for concrete as it doesn’t say in description as other drills do? I just need for occasional usage, is this on discount or is this normal price?


It is SDS. SDS will power through concrete but as with any drilling good bits and wise use wins.

At this price any SDS is cheap.
I've got one of these. Needed my first SDS drill , cheapest I could find, and it did the job.
Thinking of getting this for some basic diy use (mainly drilling into concrete/brickwork), is it worth it, or should I go for something more expensive, or even cheaper?
Odd use this would be fine. But a decent hammer drill.would go into brick. This is more for breaking or drilling concrete in the ground
Edited by: "deanos" 31st Jan
deanos31/01/2019 10:34

Odd use this would be fine. But a decent hammer drill.would go into brick. …Odd use this would be fine. But a decent hammer drill.would go into brick. This is more for breaking or drilling concrete in the ground



Thank you for the advice. Anything you'd recommend?
I already have a reasonable cordless drill driver with hammer function, so would this drill (or one you recommend) be worth spending extra for use on concrete?
haka31/01/2019 12:16

Thank you for the advice. Anything you'd recommend?I already have a …Thank you for the advice. Anything you'd recommend?I already have a reasonable cordless drill driver with hammer function, so would this drill (or one you recommend) be worth spending extra for use on concrete?



if you plan to use it the odd time would be ideal, i have a good hammer/cordless and a good mains one, neither would drill in my garage floor well they did but not very much because of the stones , but a sds went through easily, i was drilling bolt holes for locks
Edited by: "deanos" 31st Jan
deanos22 m ago

if you plan to use it the odd time would be ideal, i have a good …if you plan to use it the odd time would be ideal, i have a good hammer/cordless and a good mains one, neither would drill in my garage floor well they did but not very much because of the stones , but a sds went through easily, i was drilling bolt holes for locks


that's super helpful, as I'm going to be drilling through concrete floor as well, so you've convinced me and I've reserved one, haha
now reduced further to £33
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