Your very own Lamborghini (3.6v screwdriver) £11.49 @ Argos (Delivered to store)
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Your very own Lamborghini (3.6v screwdriver) £11.49 @ Argos (Delivered to store)

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Found 16th Jan 2012
WOW!!! a Lamborghini for just £11.49. Goes from 0 - 60 as fast as you can throw it.
A 3.6v Li-Ion screwdriver with accessories. Was £22.99......

Tonino Lamborghini 3.6V Powered Screwdriver.

This compact, cordless screwdriver is ergonomic, lightweight and perfect for drilling in tight spaces. It also features a LED work light to reach darker places and a charging stand with storage space for all of the supplied drillbits, as well as a Lamborghini presentation tin.

3.6V.
Reverse function.
LED power indicator.
Double ended screw bit included.
Battery indicator light.
Charge cradle.
LED torch light.
Accessories included: 10 piece screwdriver bit set.
3.5 hour charging stand.
Presentation tin.
Carry case.

Additional features:

Bright LED worklight.
Charging stand is wall mountable.
Size H15, W20, D20cm.
Weight 1.25kg.
Batteries required: Li-Ion (included).
3.5hr charging time.
Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.
EAN/MPN/UPC/ISBN: 5024763031502.
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I will buy this just so I can invite my friends over to show them my new Lamborghini.
It says its a drill too?
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hot_top

It says its a drill too?


I think that's complete Bull S**t. It's just a screwdriver
will be picking up the shiny new lambo today.thanks heat added
At last I can afford a Lamborghini.

But is this any good? Might be a rebadged Challenge/own label effort, which I've tried before and it was useless. It had no torque so I returned it.
I wonder if Underground Racing can tune this up to 1200 or 1500 volts....
I picked one up mid-week and am very happy with it. Very fast with great handling.
first one broke down the first time a had a go
the second want started first time
(_;)
Is it the same price if you go into Argos? They have them in stock but say it will take 2-3 days to reserve it.
Sounds like a great screwdriver.

Does anyone whos already purchased one know how many bhp this is?
Also, does it have traction control?
Does it come with slicks or knobblies?


mif

I think that's complete Bull S**t. It's just a screwdriver



Depends what you're drilling, probably works great on butter and jelly, may even push to plasterboard.
none in stock in stores near me? online only?
Thanks - got a friend with a green lambo, perfect present for his birthday.

It is worth nothing that this brand is not the Lamborghini Car company, but actually the son who has rights to use the name, he sells all sorts from furniture to energy drinks with the Lamborghini name and a similar looking bull on a badge..
3.6 v... not even sure it would send a screw into wood without a fight...
Thanks, will go well with my Ferrari hammer
my Bosch 3.7v screwdriver is very good, and can drive small screws fully in to wood with no drilling, its very useful for bits and bobs around the home, especially with flat pack furniture, simple fixing bits to existing woodwork etc...
Abbadon2001

my Bosch 3.7v screwdriver is very good, and can drive small screws fully … my Bosch 3.7v screwdriver is very good, and can drive small screws fully in to wood with no drilling, its very useful for bits and bobs around the home, especially with flat pack furniture, simple fixing bits to existing woodwork etc...




i stand corrected... never used one.
Oh now i see, is this what it means when they say, hot cars will get u some screwing....
Hot. Ordered
Abbadon2001

my Bosch 3.7v screwdriver is very good, and can drive small screws fully … my Bosch 3.7v screwdriver is very good, and can drive small screws fully in to wood with no drilling, its very useful for bits and bobs around the home, especially with flat pack furniture, simple fixing bits to existing woodwork etc...



Equally the Bosch screwdriver cannot completely screw in a decent sized screw (I always have to use a normal screwdriver to finish the job off)
Looks like a cheap Draper with a Li-Ion......based on the NiCd version I bought, it will have as much torq as a Gee-Wizz!!!

reviews.asda.com/144…htm
will only give you heat if you've complete Robotron
OP, link is broken - argos.co.uk/sta…htm

EDIT: Hmm...mine doesn't link properly, either.
Edited by: "imdurc" 27th Jan 2012
reviews on amazon

amazon.co.uk/pro…r=2

Looks like the trigger is faulty on a lot of models, and I was surprised to see one reviewer state that it's 30% than one of the bosch li-ion models.
like i said the bosch ixo is the danglies for odd jobs, got a good deal before xmas hotukdeals.com/dea…602
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