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DeWalt DCD796D2-GB 18V Xr Li-ion Cordless Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 2.0AH Batteries, Charger & TSTAK Case £138 @ Travis Perkins
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Good price compared to elsewhere. Powerful heavy duty ultra compact drill. The Brushless motor delivers reduced friction and better runtime which enables more power to be delivere… Read more
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adriang68

It does, was being put to good use over the weekend!!

Pointlessusername

Brushless vs brushed????

quanghuy2612

It is not the same model

linhang90

Its just expired. It was £179 ish.. with £25 off voucher making it about £150+. If u search here u’ll find it

psd99

Link please Unless it is the one I saw earlier That does not have a hammer mode.

Hitachi DV18DBFL2 18V Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 3Ah - £119.98
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Posted 24th JunPosted 24th Jun
Compact combi designed to be short enough for working in confined spaces. • 90min charger • Brushless motor • 13mm metal keyless chuck • 22 torque settings Supplied with carry c… Read more
ssc1

Got the impact driver version of this - great drill.

Wizzfizz

Yes they are. The rebrand is just the name change on the tool.

Targettio

Are these batteries compatible with the new rebranded range? As I doubt I could get a matching impact driver at this point.

spannerzone

Looks like an excellent drill... high torque and 2 batteries for £120 - and no silly sounding name!

whereangelsplay

Got this for 70 quid few years ago in Screwfix great drill

GMC 18V Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack GTPCDID18 - £79.99 / £86.48 delivered @ Yandles
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Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
18V Combi Drill and Impact Driver Twin Pack with 1.5Ah li-ion batteries and intelligent 1hr charger. All-metal gearing and vibration-reducing soft-grip handles. Combi drill feature… Read more
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okal99

reviews on drill too bad

Broc_Mudflap

Love Martock. Best place ever. Period.

Ren71377

I used to live in martock !!!

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Reikel 12v Cordless drill - various speeds - was now £12.50 - 2 years guarantee @ Tesco instore
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Posted 20th JunPosted 20th JunLocalLocal
Reikel 12v cordless drill - various speeds - was originally £40 then £20 now £12.50. Comes with 2 years guarantee for extra peace of mind. Spotted at Tesco Rutherglen
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Pisnahuj

Yellow is the colour that makes you want to buy things,psychological studies show. So be aware peeps

Lucifer_UK

Ich möchte diese Übung

petergriffin32

These Drills coming over here taking all our jobs.

GrabTheDeal

Reikel 710W Hammer / Impact Drill - was £25 now £12.50. Comes with 2 years guarantee for extra peace of mind. Found @ Tesco Rutherglen.

sross1

So still about half price and you save the cost of going to Poland.

MAKITA DHP453SMWX 18V 4.0AH LI-ION LXT CORDLESS COMBI DRILL & 101 ACCESSORIES £119.99 @ Screwfix
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Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
The Makita DHP453SMWX cordless combi drill is a powerful all-rounder combining 2-speed and reverse rotary drilling, screwdriving and hammer drilling. Supplied with a 101-piece acce… Read more
spannerzone

Hmm "Non-replaceable carbon brushes" - while I'd not expect that to be a problem for most people, it does ensure a finite life of this tool. Amazed it's actually mentioned in the feature list!

pluves1

Decent price compared to buying the kit separately. Note that the charger included is the DC18SD and not the DC18RC. Charge times for each below and you will see the noticeable difference. DC18SD Charge times: 14.4/18V 3.0Ah battery in 60 mins 18V 4.0Ah battery in 90 mins 18V 5.0Ah battery in 110 mins DC18RC Charge times: 14.4/18V 3.0Ah battery in 22 mins 18V 4.0Ah battery in 36 mins 18V 5.0Ah battery in 45 mins Personally I wouldn't go for this as the charger is poor and the drill is only up to light DIY use.

fubob11

shouldn't a work light be standard? Great deal either way.

friar_chris

If the charge time is 80mins for a 4Ah battery this isn't the standard fast charge charger you get with other LXT tools.

daver77

Fantastic price, had this drill for a few years now.

Bosch GSB 18-2-LI 18V Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill & 34 Piece Accessory Kit 2 x 3.0Ah - £134.98 at Toolstation
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Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
• 2 x 3.0Ah Li-Ion batteries • 13mm keyless chuck • Charger and carry case • 20 torque settings • Integrated LED light Max drilling capacity: steel 13mm, concrete 13mm, wood 38mm.… Read more
psd99

If only it came with an impact driver too... Looks like a good drill My old bosch one is on its last legs

Rickardo

Oh, Matron!

dyczko

This tool is soooo lovely...

Workzone Combi Drill 14.4 V - £9.99 instore only @ Aldi
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Posted 13th JunPosted 13th JunLocalLocal
Found it in store. NATIONWIDE. plenty in stock in Dunstable.
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Mateusz_Margol

How much left?

previously_unknown555

Aldi belper have the 18v drill body for 17.99 couldn't see this. good deal if you can find one

sam800

Aldi Hounslow selling for £12.99

AmmarM98

None of these in my local no cordless planers either. The screwdriver was for £9.99. So this deal is not nationwide!

louiearch9309

Will have to pop to my local see if any discounts going on

Makita DHP453 18V Li-ion Combi Drill with Case and 101 Piece Accessory Set £124 @ Toolstop
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Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
DETAILS MAKITA DHP453 18V LI-ION COMBI DRILL WITH CASE AND 101 PIECE ACCESSORY SET (1 X 3.0AH BATTERY)The Makita model DHP453SFTK is an 18v Cordless Combi Drill and accessory set.… Read more
me98

Just seen that sorry, HP not DHP!

pluves1

It's a good price for the kit but, I'd save your money and try and get something like the DHP482 or for a bit more the DHP458. More often than not it's cheaper to buy Makita kit piece by piece. I also wouldn't buy anything less than 4.0Ah batteries nowadays with the price now down close to £40 and £50 for the 5.0Ah ones. This drill is good enough for light DIY but nothing else. Finally I would try and get the DC18RC quick charger with any kit - charging times for the model in this kit 1.5Ah charge time - 30 minutes3.0Ah charge time - 60 minutes4.0Ah charge time - 90 minutesand the quick charger Charge Time (1.5Ah): 15 minsCharge Time (2.0Ah): 18 minsCharge Time (3.0Ah): 22 minsCharge Time (4.0Ah): 36 minsCharge Time (5.0Ah): 45 mins

Lukkii

I got this drill and it suffered chuck wobble from the word go. I might have just been unlucky with my particular unit... :|

Kear

As spannerzone pointed out the one on Amazon is a weaker drill/battery, this one you can use all the LXT batteries

spannerzone

That's a G series drill and not LXT series.

DeWalt DCD796M2-GB 18V Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 4.0Ah £154.98 @ Toolstation
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Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
As above. Good price on this combi drill Use code JUNE19 to get it at this price Ultra compact, lightweight design allows use in confined spaces. • 2 x 4.0Ah XR Li-Ion batterie… Read more
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Harps_Reehal

Lol I had mine replaced but the second one was the same too so I just kept it. Just need to find a good deal on a impact driver now

Dakillah

Thanks for confirmation, oh yeah forgot about reverse/forward button being a bit loose. Ah well, I will live with that I suppose, not feeling like returning another drill back for minor issue, which in fact is not a major thing. Just a bit hard to chew if you expect perfect product. :D If you are really bothered with it, little googling said it can be fixed by taping 2 pieces of duck/gorila tape stacked one on top each other, but I am fine as long it does not impacts operation.

Harps_Reehal

Yes they dont seem to have designed it very well. The battery felt loose and the reverse and forward button felt like it was loose too. But it outperformed by a mile! my makita drill even though the build quality on the makita was better.

Dakillah

Quick question mate, does the battery holds the full grip on yours or it feels a bit loose once slid onto drill? Mine seems to wobble little bit.

wozie1

Bummer ;( thanks

Makita HP457DW G-Series 18v Combi Drill inc 1.5Ah Battery £59.99 @ Powertool World
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Posted 10th JunPosted 10th Jun
Makita G series cordless drill, use code FD2019 for free next day delivery. Direct link: powertoolworld.co.uk/makita-hp457dw-g-series-18v-combi-drill-inc-1x-1-5ah-battery
spannerzone

I agree, but some people don't seemed bothered so posted the deal. LXT for me every time.

v4victor

Sorry, got to vote cold. After extensive reading about G- versus LXT-range, comments were unanimous: go for Makita’s LXT-range everytime.

spannerzone

Odd, it works on my mobile. Not able to check on my pc.

egonx

Nope

spannerzone

Yes HUKD affiliate links is not working for some reason. This should work: https://www.powertoolworld.co.uk/makita-hp457dw-g-series-18v-combi-drill-inc-1x-1-5ah-battery Apologies if it's me, this is first time using mobile to submit deal (never again!!)

Makita DHP459SF 18v Brushless Combi Drill (1 x 3ah) (665661) - £119.99 @ ITS
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Posted 8th JunPosted 8th Jun
Looks a far better bet than the Makita G series that you usually see for around £99. 1 decent battery included and brushless technology that seems to be the lastest hype. Comments … Read more
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QuisCustardietTartsos

Thanks, I was (and still am) a bit confused about the DHP480SYE that I linked to, as I couldn't find any further official info on that specific model. It says it has 54Nm torque on the Screwfix website, which is a bit more than the one in this HUK deal (45Nm), so I wondered if it was a better model just sold with a different configuration of batteries?

koskesh

many thanks for the info!

bigbolam

Its a good capable combi from the spec, but the 2 x 1.5ah batteries are small capacity, but light weight. It does come with the rapid charger; so faster charging times than the charger provided with the above deal. It's not a drill I own. You may be able to keep swapping the 1.5 ah between drill and charger in time for bigger tasks. I don't own a battery less than 3ah and I reserve that one for my radio as it just doesn't last long enough in my tools. I can't offer any insight into how long a 1.5ah battery will last in a brushless combi. Anyone else??

bigbolam

Apologies for the delay. Your Bosch is a max torque of 28Nm, so this deal will be a step up. The DHP 458 is a heavy, top end combi drill. I only use it for heavy duty tasks. If you've been using it for a while, your arms and wrists know about it. Same for the DHP481. You can pick up a good condition second hand DHP458 on eBay for about £45 to £50; naked.

koskesh

but DHP458 costs at least £170-£180 with a battery and charger..not really comparable to this one..

Dewalt DCD795D1S1 XR Li-ion Brushless 2 Speed Combi Drill (1 x 1.5Ah & 1 x 2Ah)(953209) - £119.99 @ ITS
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Posted 8th JunPosted 8th Jun
Looks a decent deal being brushless. Shame both batteries aren't 2.0ah but still think an included lower capacity battery at this price point is a bonus. Should make a decent purc… Read more
clnsndrs

I got this drill but with one 1.5 battery for £85 on a previous post from wickes. Excellent drill for my needs.

Wizzfizz

Sounds like this is a pick and mix drill combo with having different batteries in the case?

mtcleaning83_.

Use code M25 for free drills on any order.

HarryBobs

Updated, apologies missed the VAT was missing. Thanks all

bagga212

Heat.... now put the inclusive or price

Makita DLX2131JX1 18V Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack 3 x 3.0Ah £239.98 Toolstation
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Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
DHP482Z 18V Combi Drill • DTD152Z 18V Impact Driver • 3 x 3.0Ah Li-Ion batteries • 22min fast charger • Makpac carry case. DHP482Z Combi Drill: • Drilling capacity: masonry 13mm… Read more
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Martyn334

Anything similar with less batteries? Need a set myself!

CNCboss

Excellent kit but slightly cheaper at Lawson HIS

5% of next order @ FFX
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JOHNY1

Didn't work on the 7th unfortunately would've saved me over a fiver :|

apur32

Thank you @Wizzfizz (highfive)

alphamike

Super thanks op (y)

TonySquared

Great company, got Makita bits from them in the past

gold3n_dragon

I use 15% off code from eBay last time and saved £120 from 2 orders. If you not rush just wait for eBay codes for more saving.

Milwaukee M18BPDN-402C 18V 4.0Ah Li-Ion RedLithium Cordless Combi Drill £169.99 @ Screwfix
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Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
These are usually £199.99 maybe save a few quid if you're in the market for such item. Thanks Powerful and compact Milwaukee M18 combi drill. Delivers power and good runtime. Idea… Read more
antilles

Thanks! I did a bit more reading and agree - picked up the Dewalt earlier. Very nice!

Wizzfizz

The Dewalt 796 is a better drill.

squiby

This is the brushed version but being Milwaukee will be a strong drill I imagine. Maybe someone that's used both versions can comment.

antilles

My drill has packed up after doing up 3 houses, so am in the market for a new one - anyone know how this compares with the Toolstation Dewalt posted a few days ago? This one: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dewalt-dcd796-18v-brushless-combi-drill-plus-2-x-40ah-3240535

sloanes9620

Sods law, I've been waiting for this to come down to this price for weeks. I was told by screwfix it probs would be reduced on the last bank holiday but it never so I ended up taking the plunge with the milwaukee m18onepd-0 which comes with a 5.0ah battery and charger but no box for £187

Bosch GSB 18V-21 18V Li-Ion Combi Drill 3 x 2.0Ah - £124.98 @ Toolstation
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Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Product Details• 3 x 2.0Ah Li-Ion batteries • 20 Torque settings + drill • 13mm keyless chuck • Variable speed control trigger Supplied with charger and carry case. Maximum drilli… Read more
Wizzfizz

The drill is just branded 'professional'. It doesn't mean in the slightest that it's not for your average Joe. It's just a combi drill at the end of the day and well package for the home diyer as well as trade. The battery means less weight, so it's ideal in that sense. For instance, the battery size/weight overall is perfect for installing kitchen cabinets. I'd not be wanting a 4 or 5ah battery in the drill for that. There are many other reasons why a smaller battery is more beneficial. Regarding battery life, well it comes with 3 batteries, so it's a none issue really when using the drill, as you'll always have one charged and ready to go. Sure, for other Bosch tools that might need/draw more power, they will need that step up in battery. If you've bought into the Bosch ecosystem already then you'll no doubt have more batteries anyway (maybe 4ah+ in size), so again it's a none issue regarding batteries.

teddybeers

This is a great dill and very strange deal. Expensive overkill for weekend diy jobs, not good enough for pro because of small batteries. Drill itself is for professional. Lasts forever even when mixing plaster on a daily basis. My one is about 5yo abused on daily basis. The only problem are the batteries. 2Ah it's not enough for pro, especially when most of us owns plenty of other power hungry 18V series tools from the same brand.

Sholan

I also bought this drill but from eBay for £89.99 with two 1.5Ah batteries and it is fantastic. Its the best drill i have owned. https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/chip_shop/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=

dcx_badass

I got it with two 1.5AH batteries in December for £60 and have been pleased with it. The loosening chuck was with a slightly different model afaik, not had an issue with mine. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bosch-18v-combi-drill-at-selco-for-60-3108422

jimmyt11

I haven't had any with mine but it's had very little use. I wasn't fussed though as I only paid about 70 quid for this when I got it.

DEWALT DCZ298S2T-GB 18V 1.5AH LI-ION XR CORDLESS COMBI DRILL & IMPACT DRIVER TWIN PACK £149.99 Screwfix
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Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
DEWALT DCZ298S2T-GB 18V 1.5AH LI-ION XR CORDLESS COMBI DRILL & IMPACT DRIVER TWIN PACK
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larrylightweight

I'll be honest the guy I work with has this exact set and it's been absolutely smashed at work and is still going strong the only issue is batterys don't last long enough but other than that for the money it's well worth it. I'm building trade and bought the upgrade version and cant really see a difference. (y)

Shane17

Any thoughts on this? Debating going for this or grabbing a Makita DHP

DeWalt DCD796 18V Brushless Combi Drill plus 2 x 4.0Ah - £174.98 (With Code) @ Toolstation
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Best in class for enthusiastic DIYers' and professionals alike. £5 off voucher code is still seeminly working: TOOLECNMAY19 Product DetailsUltra compact, lightweight design allow… Read more
BattleBeast1

They go up and down in price on Amazon....£83.30 atm DEWALT DCD796N 18v XR Li-Ion Brushless Compact Combi Hammer, 18 W, 18 V https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01GJ5DZWY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_xqQ-Cb9ZHKSHJ

Wizzfizz

A quick Google search and you'll find quite a few places.

Chamee

Where?

Zaxxan

I have the DCD796 and I haven't found anything it can't cope with yet. It's a great drill for DIY. I bought mine for £72.50 from UK Planet Tools. I also prefer the 2ah batteries, paired with a DCB118 charger they only take 30 minutes to charge.

Mark_A

It's more the weight as the 996 is their heavy duty drill aimed at tradesmen. This drill is ideal for light trade and diy. I'm not so sure Dewalt will bring out replacements as there isn't exactly any new tech that surpasses brushless or Li-ion. I guess their flexi volt system is the newest tech, but that is way too expansive for me.

Bosch PSB 1800 LI-2 Cordless Combi Drill with Two 18 V Lithium-Ion Batteries  £59.99 @ Amazon
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Good price for this Bosch PSB drill 1800 LI-2 Cordless Combi Drill with 2 batteries and comes with a 2 year Bosch warranty. This is the PSB version so also has the hammer function.… Read more
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bonzobanana

Yes pretty sure like most drills now you have both over-current protection and over-temperature protection along with other protections for the battery while charging. I don't think the motor in my Bosch is particularly strong though which is probably why they limited the chuck size and give people a reason to pay more for the Bosch blue range. Still a nice drill but I wouldn't want it as my only drill I'd either want a more powerful cordless or have a mains drill too.

utigers

£3.50 tracked cashback too!

lumsdot

ha its like mattress manufactures adding names like uber cool to their foam mattress names

popolou

Have it reported. They'll only continue like this unless they're stopped and given a warning.

Rodders89

Bit the bullet cheers

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