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DeWalt DCK2062D2T-GB 18V XR Brushless Compact Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack 2 x 2.0Ah - £189.98 delivered @ Toolstation
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Posted 14 h, 1 m agoPosted 14 h, 1 m ago
DCD709 18V XR Compact Brushless Combi Drill • DCF809 18V XR Compact Brushless Impact Driver • Multi voltage charger • TSTAK carry case
Savo

Even Dewalt themselves can better them?

adamg02

The kit you link has only a Drill Driver not Combi. So no hammer function for masonry. Also plastic chuck on the Drill vs Metal and most importantly only 1 versus 3 leds on the impact driver! For an extra 15quid this toolstation one better in my opinion. So much so that I bought it the other day. Very happy. Small, lightweight, makes nice holes in bricks and then bashes screws into said holes equally easy with the driver. Case is a bit big and not exactly molded to the shape of the drills perfectly. But is sturdy and sure I will chuck some other bits and bobs in there.

RonnieDavis

I bought this for £150 a few months back in screwfix. Bare in mind it was before lockdown when no one in the uk wanted to DIY. Also very similar is available from powertoolmate for £173.99 https://www.powertoolmate.co.uk/Products/004000060016/EB%252FDCK2059D2T So I wouldn't say this is a very good deal to go for if you don't need one quick.

Bighig

WHOOPS !!!! 😁 My bad still half asleep just looked like the 12v . I stand corrected (lol)

fezzer48

This is 18v

Milwaukee 18V Brushless Combi Drill, Impact Driver, 2 x 5Ah Batteries, Charger and Case - £249.99 Click & Collect @ Screwfix
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Posted 14 h, 22 m agoPosted 14 h, 22 m agoLocalLocal
Looks like this kit has now been superceded by the 3rd generation version hence the lower price. 1 x 18V Brushless Combi Drill 60Nm 1 x 18V Brushless Impact Driver 180Nm 2 x 1… Read more
taz002dev

Bought one too. Watford had 2 and Acton town. Will have to sell the impact driver because i have a better dewalt one and keep the battery pack and drill. Now all i need to do is wait for a good deal on a good Milwaukee circular saw ccs55 ccs66 idealy.

mohaipod

I bought these two months ago. The 5 mah batteries last forever! No regret buying and I’ve already added a multi tool to the set.

ajbgatenby1

I've used a set but don't own one. They are so good. If I could justify buying one i would in a heartbeat.

djrobmac

Trade only?

MX5.Matt

Really? I found the bits to be amazing. Used the same pz2 for weeks and weeks while stud walling. I only have a gap in my bit box now because the guy I was working with lost one!!

DEWALT DCD795S1-GB 18V 1 X 1.5Ah Li-Ion Brushless Cordless Combi Drill for £98 delivered @ Wickes
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28/08/2020Expires on 28/08/2020Posted 2nd JulPosted 2nd Jul
DeWalt make some cracking power tools, and this combi drill is no exception. £98 including delivery or click & collect from your nearest Wickes. Little, yellow, different... … Read more
JB_Englishman

Nice follow up reply there. A lot of dewalt models are changing right now from brushed motors to brushless. What does this mean? Well it supposedly give about a 20% increase in power or longer battery time, and extended lifetimes, as well as a smaller body. It does give a bit of confusion when trying to make comparisons. A lot of the older models are being sold as bare tools at bargain prices, these are worth grabbing they might not be new all powerful and extra features, but they have been dependable workhorses for tradesman for many years and are well suited to DIY

The_Ramrod

The DCD795 is old stock now, the newer version is the DCD796. I have the DCD795 and it's been a great drill. Most if not all the new versions are more powerful than their predecessors so the DCD778 will be now be up there if not better in some places than the older DCD795. The 795 has an all metal chuck and I believe in theory it can take a slightly bigger wood bit 38mm vs 30 than the 778. The DCD795 has a higher impact rate on hammer 34k vs 30k but has slightly less torque 60nm vs 65nm. For DIY I dont think you will notice much difference with the two, but the DCD 795 would probably still be a better overall drill in my view (y) Edit: infact looking at those pictures unless wickes have the wrong model displayed, it appears that they have changed the chuck to a plastic covered one. My DCD795 is a full metal chuck like this:

Jayden123

can anyone tell me the difference between this drill and this one: hotukdeals.com/deals/dewalt-dcd778d2t-gb-18v-2-x-20ah-li-ion-xr-brushless-cordless-combi-drill-with-charger-3495019 other than the batteries, of course. have always heard 'the higher the number the better the drill' with dewalt, but is this the case?

s1nghh19

For those who want it but don’t have wickes nearby, Same drill is available online from other retailers around similar price, just google the model etc online

pledmonds

And much less powerful at only 42nm of torque. Which might be fine for most people, but it's relevant when comparing the two

Ryobi R18PD3 Combi Drill & R1801M Impact Driver - £140.88 @ Amazon
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Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
Dont think this is too bad a price for a combi drill (PD3) and the 1801M Driver (220nm). Comes with 2x1.5Ah (2Ah would be better tho i agree)
J0sh27

I bought them and I'm not disappointed. Both decent tools for DIY.

AlanGordonisgod

These any good?

jrdld

I believe Worx batteries are interchangable with Titan (Screwfix), older Erbauer stuff, JCB and Guild. See https://community.screwfix.com/threads/erbauer-worx-li-ion-batteries-interchangeable.186453/ and http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/guild-18v-cordless-drill-driver-with-2-batteries-2-year-guarantee-just-34-99-homebase-2457203 Something tells me Aldi as well. Worth digging into the subject before you commit to a particular line.

MrWalle

Keep checking stock as closest to me was similar distance but 2 have appeared in my local store this morning. Torn between starting to get Ryobi or makita LXT.

Rickardo

Yes, they're all good points you make and knowing which third party batteries are good is a lottery.

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BOSCH GSB 18 V-21 Combi Drill Body Only - £59.95 @ Power tool World
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Posted 28th JunPosted 28th Jun
FEATURES Professional performance, quality and design Comfortable handling of the tool thanks to the soft grip Reliable, durable screwdriver for daily usage because of full m… Read more
ValiantSaint

Would you lovely people (grovel, grovel) go for this drill? Or this one? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/makita-dhp482-combi-hammer-drill-fast-charger-and-3ah-battery-3482622

shayman1992

Great deal but only if you already have Bosch professional battery and charger that you use for some other Bosch power tool, otherwise you're looking at an extra £40 on top for the charger and battery

Marvo434

I have a green Bosch cordless drill and a Blue Bosch impact driver, which I originally bought 'Bare'. Beware that the batteries are not compatible, if you have any cordless tools from Bosch that are green (DIY) the battery will NOT fit the professional range, and the charger will not charge it. Great deal, wish I could justify buying it. Heat added.

diddlumav

Contrary to what you may think... the torque from a 4ah plus battery is a lot more than the 1.3ah but it does add about 1” extra depth. I found the 1.3ah on my Bosch were perfect for getting between joists with a zip-bit fitted, couldn’t get the thing in square with the 5ah plus they were a lot heavier when up a ladder.

Immoraliste

Yeah - will work, though don't know if it's any better value than the chargers that can charge multiple batteries or quick charge. That's the charger I have: was included with two 1.5Ah batteries with drill (great deal at £59.99 from Wolseley a couple of years back). 1.5Ah charge very quickly; 4Ah ProCore might be around 2 hours from flat. If you're buying into a battery / power tool system, think about what tools and how many batteries you will eventually need. There are often cheap deals for starter packs including a couple of batteries and charger to tie you into their battery ecosystem. Depending on what you expect to do, might be cheaper than buying a drill (bare), and separate batteries and charger.

DEWALT DCD778D2T-GB 18V 2 x 2.0AH LI-ION XR Brushless Cordless Combi Drill with charger - £119.99 at Screwfix + free Click and Collect
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Posted 28th JunPosted 28th Jun
Compact and ergonomic combi drill with 18V brushless motor and XR technology. Features include 65mm max torque, intelligent trigger design and spindle lock for quick and easy bit c… Read more
WayneBruce

Or if you really want to push the boat out and go for a twin pack with a DCD795, 3 x 3Ah batteries, and an DCF887 impact wrench with a monsterous 205Nm of torque, that will quite literally hammer a coach screw into anything... they are currently back in stock and 'on offer' at Screwfix here: https://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dck2510l3t-gb-18v-3-0ah-li-ion-xr-brushless-cordless-twin-pack/682fk#product_additional_details_container Personally, I'd still go for a twin pack with the 796 as I actually think it's the best combi DeWalt have ever made - it's the right combination of size, weight, robustness and power. Sure the 996 is 'better' at piling into masonry, but then I'd use an SDS.

oddjob

Yes,the 796 is the better drill.Waynebruce's comments above,also states the 796 is the better drill. I would personally go for this drill (wait for the battery and charger deals,or if you wanna buy another Dewalt tool cheap,with battery and charger),seeing as it has all the power you need and just in case you buy the wrong drill that doesn't do the job properly.

aKennethJnr

Is this the 796 you are referring to? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dewalt-dcd796m2-gb-18v-li-ion-brushless-combi-drill-2-x-40ah-16998-with-code-at-toolstation-3491320

cannotthinkofone

796 is the better of the two, but you are now jumping up to another level. You have to decide what level of power you need or just go the whole hog and choose the 996 as that is a beast of a tool.

oddjob

Thanks for the info. I forgot to mention,I'm after a cordless hedge trimmer too.I think the 4Ah would be better for me,as I need the bigger battery for the Dewalt hedge trimmer.

Dewalt DCD996N 18V Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill with 4.0Ah Battery - £157 delivered @ Manomano
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Posted 26th JunPosted 26th Jun
This does not come with a charger. Charger can be bought separately for less than £20. Dewalt DCD996N 18V Brushless Combi Drill with 4.0Ah Li-Ion Battery Features: Dewalt DCD9… Read more
penthaus

Badass drill, nothing she can't handle

oddjob

Not the same drill. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dewalt-dcd796m2-gb-18v-li-ion-brushless-combi-drill-2-x-40ah-16998-with-code-at-toolstation-3491320

BigLewis

This is be still you can get ( be careful of wrists it’s sure got some power )! Love it best drill dewalt made

Lisa_rat

Yes but it’s yellow, so it must be the exact same drill

BattleBeast1

Paid £106 last Christmas without batteries, it's a really good drill.

Makita DLX2176TJ 18 V Li-ion LXT Brushless 2 Piece Kit - Combi Drill, Impact Driver with 2x5.0Ah Li-ion +Charger +Case for £211 @ Amazon
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Posted 23rd JunPosted 23rd Jun
Nice Makita set for the price. Think most other retailers are pricing £400+ DLX2176TJ 18V Li-ion LXT Brushless 2 Piece Kit Compact and Lightweight Kit Comprising DHP481Z C… Read more
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Gallacher_ne

Ordered 23/7 arrived today

planet2sky

When did you place order

Gallacher_ne

Just got a dispatch confirmation, it's being delivered on Saturday.

Eraserw0w

Yup, one for me and one for my matey. :)

planet2sky

Did you order 2?😜

DeWalt DCD796M2-GB 18V Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 4.0Ah £169.98 With Code at Toolstation
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Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
Ultra compact, lightweight design allows use in confined spaces. • 2 speed all metal gearbox • Brushless motor 460W output • 15 torque settings Max70Nm • 13mm keyless m… Read more
o51enough

Does any one know a decent drill bit set for this drill?

donkeyoaty

Thanks OP. 4 tools in 2 months, I need therapy...

o51enough

Ordered thanks very much (y)

haydnreid

Just ordered. Great reviews online/YouTube. Heat added. Cheers (y) 🏽

regreid

in need of a new dril and giving this some serious consideration. the extra higher powered battreries are always welcome, especially if you have other tools they can fit on

DeWalt DCD709D2T 18V XR Brushless Compact Combi Drill Driver 2 x 2.0Ah - £119.98 with code @ Toolstation
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Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
A powerful yet compact 18V hammer drill driver with 2 speed brushless motor. • Power output: 340W • Max torque (hard): 65.0 Nm • Max torque (soft): 26.0 Nm • No load speed (drilli… Read more
andy-chap

it says that the code is invalid

pledmonds

I bought this a couple of weeks ago at full price and I'm very pleased with it - seems a top quality bit of kit

Sallos19

Hey @lwahc great first deal! Well done (y) Thanks for posting!

s87

I've got the 796 mates got this deal the drills are similar 796 is a bit more powerful and slightly larger but is classed as a pro DIY pretty much only second to the 996 drill There's a 50quid difference between the two packages and to be honest the average DIYer this deal is plenty. 4ah batteries also make the tool a lot larger to deal with so it's down to preference and also 50 pound difference can be make or break for someone's budget

Ruslan_Boiko

Who knows is this deal with code not good enough? For 169£more powerful drill plus 2 4 amp batteries? Any advise? https://www.toolstation.com/dewalt-dcd796m2-gb-18v-li-ion-brushless-combi-drill/p89165

DeWalt DCK2062D2T-GB 18V XR Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack 2 x 2.0Ah, TSTAK case £179.98 delivered @ Toolstation
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Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
Price has already reduced and further £10 off with code (y) • DCD709 18V XR Compact Brushless Combi Drill • DCF809 18V XR Compact Brushless Impact Driver • Multi voltage charger … Read more
dchampx

Have some heat. Excellent deal and bagged a kit today.

s87

Mate this is plenty for home diy. 996 and 887 are top of the range As home diy these are very practical, compact in size which is very handy at home. The batteries will last u ages. These I would say are top int eh compact range I have a 796 and 787 and they're both perfect for home I do a LOT of home diy and you'll find the 996 is overkill for most ppl at home. I certainly don't need it

Ben_Jamin

Spot on, it's basically the UK version of the atomic set but the drill has metal chuck as you say and hammer function, both which the US miss out on. Fwiw I do property maintenance and bought this set today as small light set for my regular tool kit in the car. If I need to be putting 16mm holes in concrete I'll use my sds, something I would still do even with a 996.

Gamebear88

I bought this kit last time it was on offer at £189.99, so even better now. The combi has a metal chuck, at least mine does. I found when looking online for reviews etc it's more commonly referred to in the US market as DeWalt Atomic, and having a plastic chuck Vs metal in the UK. This set is apparently DeWalts top end for their "compact" range. Smaller/lighter body in lieu of a reduction in RPM on both combi and impact. For DIY I've found this set to be great, at least for my uses anyway. Couldn't be happier. Never missed a beat, and I've never been left wanting more. As with all drills at all budget ranges, buy a decent bits!

AlanGordonisgod

What’s the difference between the above the kit?

Ryobi 18V ONE+ Combi Drill starter kit (2x1.3Ah) with FREE 2Ah battery £109 @ Halfords
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Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
Ryobi 18V ONE+ Combi Drill starter kit (2x1.3Ah) Comes with a FREE Ryobi 18V ONE+ 2Ah battery (around £40), when you add it to your basket. Quidco 4.95%
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davies2k

Anybody know where cheapest place is to buy a 4ah battery for the ryobi?

Rickardo

Haven't noticed a problem with my non genuine battery. I wouldn't expect quite the same quality but for at least a third of the price, I'm happy.

Rickardo

Yes, which is what I mentioned, above, but as @laings86 states, it doesn't seem to include a bag.

Rickardo

It appears it is now out of stock : https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0825MGCVB/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Cmn6Eb8592E8G

caparn1

This looks a better deal: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ryobi-cordless-combi-drill-starter-kit-with-2-x-15-ah-batteries-3477946

Bosch V-50 18V Coolpack Brushless Cordless Combi Drill - 2x 4.0Ah batteries, charger, case - £149.99 delivered @ Screwfix
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06/09/2020Expires on 06/09/2020Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Seems like a good price considering the two 4 Ah batteries. Spec seems similar to other recent deals. "High performance combi drill with rubber-coated grip and work light. Full-m… Read more
Harry_Felton

Thanks OP - just ordered for delivery on Monday. Stock seemed to be coming in and out over the last day. Seems like a great deal to me though; charger - £60 (probably more realistically), 2x 4ah batteries - 2x£40 basically gets you the drill and case for nothing (as jun.yau has already said). We have a Bosch vacuum too so works out great as the batteries are interchangeable (y) If anyone has any questions then let me know and I’ll answer when I get it.

jun.yau

Has anyone bought this? Looks like it comes with the new charger which is around £70, two 4ah batteries at £40 each, that's £150 already. Case and drill for free?

MasterBlaster_

No, it come with 2X 4Ah batteries older type.

ivegotafurryknob

Type in 619fv on screwfix and that's what you'll need for general all purpose

richardadc

Did it come with the procore battery too? Thanks.

Bosch GSB 18V 55 Brushless Combi Drill with 2x 2.0Ah Batteries + Charger + LBOXX - £123.25 @ eBay / folkestonefixings
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Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Seems a lot of kit for the money! Older version with 50nm torque went to >900 degrees for a few £s less. No Load speed - 1750RPM Torque - 28/55Nm Metal chuck The Bosch 18V 2x2… Read more
JubilantPigeon

From the comments it looks like the screwfix one is actually the V-55 too, just misnamed on the website.

timtim86

Is that the same drill? V-50 no? Not sure what the difference is however.

savsac29

Screwfix have a decent offer on with 2 x 4ah batteries.

subzero1234

I purchased the einhell, plenty of other bare products can be purchased for use with the spare batteries.

PennyTrader

I think you've got that the wrong way round

Milwaukee 18V FUEL 2x 5.0Ah Twin Combi Drill Impact Driver Kit £325.55 @ FFX / eBay
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I bought this kit back last year for £299 with 4ah batteries and the standard case. They have been absolutely brilliant during my home renovation. This kit comes with 5ah batterie… Read more
WoodlandWanderer

OOS now.

WoodlandWanderer

Mine were 3 years.

fizaananwar

Any idea what the warranty period is on these?

WoodlandWanderer

Unfortunately it looks like they've put the price up £10. I'll see if I can amend it, however the kit without the Packout case, just the standard case (which I have), is available for £325.55 still. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Milwaukee-M18FPP2A2-502X-18v-2x5-0Ah-Li-ion-FUEL-Dynacase-Twin-Kit-Drill-Driver-/232958795331?hash=item363d6d1e43 I think when I spotted it, it must have been a pricing error.

Ccasel81

Bargain, Love my Milwaukee kit. Everyone that tries it loves it.

DeWalt DCD709D2T 18V XR Brushless Compact Combi Drill Driver 2 x 2.0Ah for £129 @ Toolstation
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Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
£50 off from original price. This includes 2 x 2 amp battery and charger And 3 years guarantee... A powerful yet compact 18V hammer drill driver with 2 speed brushless motor. … Read more
s87

yes usually but i think in my opinion this ones better. this is a lot more compact, the torque amount is pretty much the same and this has a metal chuck whereas the 778 has a plastic chuck. so i think its just down to preference

PeteLFC

I thought the higher the number the better the drill meaning the Screwfix 778 for £119 is a good deal

Moses_Weiser

Which one is better this one or the one from the link https://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dcd778d2t-gb-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-xr-brushless-cordless-combi-drill/268fx

fubar888

The peak current output of lithium cells is often quoted as a multiple of their capacity. Consequently, the higher capacity cells may be capable of sustaining higher discharge currents which equates to more power. Whether that results in different torque output depends on the motor and control system.

Wizzfizz

This is a none issue to the day in, day out DIYer

Stanley FatMax Cordless 18V 1.3A Li-ion Brushed Combi drill & Impact driver 2 batteries FMCK465C2S-GB £100 delivered at B&Q
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Posted 11th JunPosted 11th Jun
Hammer drill with Compact 13mm single sleeve keyless chuck with automatic spindle lock for quick and easy single handed bit change Hammer Drill with 2 Speed motor covering all app… Read more
Frazer_Gledhill

Ordered and cancelled by B&Q

BraddersJ

Well, do you use it enough to warrant brushless?

neil.gleeson

Any advice on should i be concerned its brushed, not brushless?

Astec

Tbh, that's not too bad with 150mm screws with a 1.3a battery. The batteries normally get stronger I think after a few charge cycles too. It's a really good price and set for a DIY set. I decided against as I got a good deal on a Bosch professional kit which is much better...otherwise would have had this!

Weeguys

Got this yesterday as my old old power performance corded drill gave up the ghost doing a sleeper retaining wall. Got this set yesterday and so far so good. Seems like a good bit of kit. Only used the impact drill but it has done the job so far driving in 150mm sleeper screws. Only thing to watch is the battery time is not great as it only managed about 16 before needing changed. You do get two though so I had another ready to finish of today's section. Think the charge time is about an hour so not too bad.

Makita DHP453FX12 18V Combi Drill 1 X 3.0Ah Li-Ion LXT Battery & 101 Piece Drill And Driver Set £118 @ powertools2u
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Posted 10th JunPosted 10th Jun
Great complete DIY deal, drill, 3Ah battery, charger and drill bits, what more do you need to get started! Makita DHP453FX12 18V Combi Drill 1 X 3.0Ah Li-Ion LXT Battery & 101… Read more
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jumper2k8

Any decent DHP481 deals going around? or equivalent from other brands? (skeptical)

David_Miller2Et

As an occasional DIYer (maybe drilling one or two holes in 6 months), would this be a good option for me to cover all bases? Or would I be better off buying a set with the 482 and looking for the accessories for around £20? either would be a massive upgrade from my Argos own-brand 12V cordless that self-discharges in a week XD

woody22075

'full fat version' --seriously! I got a new Makita with the 'full fat version' charger last month. Fast charger, looks like good quality but does it fill up the tool bag!

yateley-man

Great deal, purchased before seeing the post but have some heat anyway. Two sets of shelves and a hanging basket later and I'm very impressed

rajaster

Amazing deal.. I own the lot in seperate packages.. so tempted by this

Makita DHP482SFEW 18v Anniversary Combi Drill (3Ah) at Fast Fix for £99.95
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Posted 10th JunPosted 10th Jun
3Ah Battery is worth - £39.95 Charger - £29.95 Case - around £10 So with £80 of accessories getting the drill for £20 or so, a great starter kit for someone who wants to get some … Read more
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rickyswank

cheers for your help Mate. :-)

Gadgetdeals

Let us know how you get on with the battery life, it will take some going to get through two of those batteries with what you are doing, just keep them topped up, here is the charging times of fast and slow charger, remember you will rarely be charging a totally dead battery so times would be less: DC18 RC (fast) DC18SD (normal) (3.0Ah): ___22 mins ____60 mins (4.0Ah): ___36 mins ____90 mins (5.0Ah): ___45 mins ____110 mins (6.0Ah): ___55 mins ____130 mins

rickyswank

Thanks Mate

Gadgetdeals

You can buy the fast charger but I think you will find 2 fully charged batteries will last you a good while on that, wait and see how you get on, you could always buy another battery or you may find another tool now you are in the Makita LXT family that includes a fast charger as all the batteries are interchangeable, just keep an eye out on here there are some great Makita deal finders the forum (y)

rickyswank

Firstly, thank you very much Gadgetdeals for posting this deal. I've been in the market for a mid-range £100ish drill for a while now & for £130 with 2 batteries this is perfect. I bought it yesterday & it's just been delivered. ;-) Anyway, I hadn't noticed the slow charge charger until I just read through the thread, but as I'll be mainly using if for DIY and maintenance around our block of 5 apartments, it should be perfect. Can I buy the fast charger & use it with the 2 batteries it shipped with?

Erbauer EID18-Li / ECD18-Li-2 18V 2.0Ah Li-Ion EXT Brushless Cordless combi drill & impact driver Twin Pack + FREE SPEAKER £149.99 Screwfix
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Posted 9th JunPosted 9th JunLocalLocal
A great brushless twin pack by Erbauer, currently with a FREE heavy duty Bluetooth speaker. B&Q are selling for £150 at present but without the speaker. I recently used the i… Read more
AlanGordonisgod

They any good? I want something to last 20 years but I only do light diy.

DDP_DDP

Excellent tools better value than dewalt and makita

leon.devlin

Both the combi and impact are amazing pieces of kit and the speaker is just pure addition. Batteries last two days playing the speaker all day while charging my phone up. Great deal indeed!

neil.patelrmJ

Wickes is offering free batteries with their Einhell power tools which could also be an option at this price point. https://www.wickes.co.uk/featured/einhell-power-exchange?q=::Type:Impact+drivers:Type:Combi+drills&text=&Combi+drills=Combi+drills#

Besford

"Please note, the new Erbauer EXT range is not compatible with previous non-EXT Erbauer tools and batteries." This REALLY annoys me. Previous ones were compatible with WORX and others but no more Erbauer for me as I will not start a different platform. 160Nm on the impact driver is a bit ho-hum for a brushless.

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