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Power drills are an essential item for professional builders and enthusiastic DIY fans alike. There is a huge range of drills and accessories on the market but high-quality drills don’t come cheap. However, the HotUKDeals pages will help customers to find the perfect drill at the right price. Read more
Titan drill, impact driver and multi tool triple pack. Battery operated 10.8v. £50 instore @ B&Q
LocalLocalFound 18 h, 38 m agoFound 18 h, 38 m ago
Titan 10.3v Drill, impact driver & multi tool + 2 Batteries Found in store in B&Q Blackburn Not bad for your average home DIY’er 4 left on the shelf

In-store only


Link not working.


Phazer set to stun.


Drill or ray gun?


Love mine, the multitool is a great tool

Bosch 2Ah Li-ion Drill & driver twin pack 2 batteries - £100 @ B&Q
Found 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
Bosch drill and impact driver twin pack. Was £135 but down to £100. Looking for something like this and this caught my eye. May be better but for general use these look ok for the… Read more
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I use the impact driver more than the drill, any excuse really 'cause they're great fun. I've had the "cuts out" issue too, figured it was some kind of built in protection as it only seems to happen when I'm handling it like a muppet. Generally runs fine, but give it half trigger at a funny angle, panic lift off, and it cuts out for a minute instead of rounding something out.


That sounds like you haven't charged them properly or an issue with the battery. They did that the first time for me a until I gave them a good charge.


Bought this 2 weeks ago and returned, the impact driver kept cutting out. Also it doesnt come with any storage box.


Dry contact perhaps or damaged somehow. Can't see these just stopping working reading other comments and reviews. I would ask Bosch UK for support perhaps.


I have the drill. Had little use but is now stopping as soon as anything but the minimal pressure is put on the power switch, rendering be it useless. Not impressed, especially from Bosch, but unfortunately think it's just outside of its guarantee (mad)

2 for £38 on Selected Mac Allister tools @ B&Q - EG 750W Angle Grinder + 600W Hammer Drill £38 (Free C&C)
Found 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
Always a good offer when it comes around for DIY projects and what not. There's currently 6 items are in the 2 for £38 offer, not sure if any more will be added. The Get Deal link … Read more

(lol) How I didn't spot this, but so true


Love the photo of the angle grinder. Could they really not put the guard on the right way round?


This offer was on a while ago. I wanted to replace a burnt out grunder I had. Hardly used it in the past so thought cheap would be ideal. In the end after seeing it in store, the size and weight, I bought a Bosch 850. 3 year guarantee and really neat to use. These Mac Allister tools may be cheap but on seeing them you can see why. Not cold though as they will do a job.


Got them last time, all good for DIY


As above, that's a newer model that you've added on the drill there. Try this one :)

Hitachi DV18DBFL2 18V Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Combi Drill 1 x 3.0Ah £99.98 Delivered @ Toolstation
Found 21st JanFound 21st Jan
As above. Decent price compared to elsewhere, 1 x 3Ah battery included, the equivalent to 2 x 1.5Ah batteries - for around the house DIY should easily cover the majority of tasks.… Read more
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It's a good price for the drill but if you are planning on extending your collection with body only add ons they are quite pricey compared to equivalent brands


I know Pacman, you'd think they would stick with the known name but I suppose we will all get used to Hikoki over time If you don't need a drill with quite as much torque but want a combi drill and driver twin pack with 2 batteries this is pretty good value https://www.toolstoreuk.co.uk/hitachi-kc18dgljb-18v-dv18dds18d-twin-pack-with-2x15ah-batteries/p3338 slightly less power but having a driver on hand can sometimes be a blessing rather than having to swap drill bits for screwdriver bits and at £100 for two decent drills for the average diyer. Pity it isn't a combi drill/impact driver twin pack.


Just getting rid of the old stock before they fill the shelves with the put your left leg in your left leg out in out in out shake it all about oh hokey hokey cokey


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These used to be made in the Japan... The smart buy.

Makita 2 x 5ah batteries £99 @ FFX
Found 21st JanFound 21st Jan
Works out at £41.25 before VAT! Cheapest for genuine batteries I've found. Limited stock by the looks of it too.

They DO have. It’s not shown on the picture, not in the description but it’s there.




Definitely ring up and check there bl1850B if not there old stock and id steer clear, but im sure all the 5ah have gauges


These don’t appear to be the BL1850B so they might not have the battery level indicator leds built in, just a heads up for those purchasing. However, not sure if makita still make the non indicator version so it may be included...


Good price if you need 2, so heat. They have been lower priced in the past sold individually for £45 so if you don’t need 2 there’s a chance you’ll find singles available for similar in future.

Milwaukee M18CBLPP2A-402C 18V 4.0Ah Li-Ion Red Lithium Brushless Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack £249.99 @ Screwfix
Found 20th JanFound 20th Jan
Milwaukee M18CBLPP2A-402C 18V 4.0Ah Li-Ion RedLithium Brushless Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack Just wanted some advise on this drill, anyone recommend this man… Read more

Guys - if you get screw vouchers sent to you This will be 10% of 249 ~ £224


The non-Fuel and even the non-brushless are good for most applications. The battery lasts longer in the Fuel, but unless you use the same tool over and over all day long it shouldn’t matter that much as you’ll have a few spare batteries laying around. I have the Fuel and non-Fuel brushless drill and impact drivers and they all work great. There’s much more of a difference between the brushed and brushless than between the brushless and Fuel. I see plenty of tradies on site with brushed and non-Fuel brushless Milwaukee tools. If anything I’d say this is way overkill for DIY. It’s better to buy a cheaper (but still good) Ryobi combi drill and SDS and use the right tool for each job than to buy only a fancy combi drill that will never be as good as a proper SDS.


makita is still good but i think the quality is going downhill i live close to factory and have had to take my impact driver and brushless saw back 3 times each


I looked at these for ages but ended up buying Hitachi. If you're buying into the battery ecosystem, hitachi works out cheaper when buying additional tools such as jigsaws, circular saws etc. The brushless hitachi combi drill with a single 3amp battery is currently £99 at toolstation and then you can slowly build up your kit


Hilti for core drills only.. Getting spanked on everything else... Quality not there anymore. Sub par performance

DeWalt DCK2059D2T-GB 18V 2x2Ah XR Li-Ion Brushless Drill Driver/Impact Twin Kit + Free Delivery £189 @ FFX
Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
Good deal apparently (y) FREE delivery

Not older, just their new low end range for home and light trade. Their top end brushless range are not much more when bought individually as 'bare' tools on Ebay etc and vastly superior to these budget models.


These are the older models.


Too right they do....they hold a charge for ages as well...I have the 1/2 drive impact wrench,using it today,it was last charged over 6 months ago and still showing full,changed alot of wheels today and some heavy suspension work and it was still showing 3 bars.


Thanks, will check them out!


Only downside is 8 working days for delivery

AEG 18V Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill, 2 x 2.5Ah batteries, Fast Charger & Case (6 year warranty) BSB18CBLI-252CUK £95.98 Delivered @ CPC
Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
As above. Great price on this Brushless Combi, 35 Minute Charger, 2 batteries and case - 6 Year Warranty. Manufactured by the same company that makes Milwaukee. Next cheapest p… Read more
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thanks been meaning to take the plunge and buy. the 6 year warranty is also a big factor cor me look forward to seeing the response!


@cpctweet concerns are raised about warranty on this deal, please clarify thanks. @Stanmore63 for info, hopefully CPC will reply via this thread to clear things up.


Thanks for the link! Interesting to see that if you use a 4.0ah battery you get far more torque at 75Nm... that is impressive! You're in industrial strength drill territory there!


Thanks for looking, it was just I looked the product code up on the aeg site and found this link and the chuck would have been a bonus, good to know the two of you are happy so far though. May be end of line reductions, looks a good deal though regardless. https://www.aeg-powertools.eu/en-eu/products/drilling-and-breaking/hammer-drill-drivers/bsb-18-cbl


Ok Harry. Thanks for your help. I think they are trying it on with me. Having a 6 year warranty was a major factor in buying to be honest. It will go back to CPC if they don't honour this. It is plastered all over their packaging about the 6 year warranty for one thing!

AEG 18V Combi Hammer Drill Kit - 2 x 1.5Ah Batteries £75 @ Homebase (free C&C)
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Reserve and collect. Model : BSB18G2-LI-152CUK Limited stock. Compact & powerful for completion of all jobsite applications, 3 mode selector - ease of use between functions a… Read more

It was just an observation. :)


Why is the light in the wrong place then?


Tti? What of it? Some stuff crosses over between brands but most doesnt. And as most people know Milwaukee are class leader's im most battery power tools..


AEG / Milwaukee / Ryobi same company.


Showing as £79 for me. Am I missing something?


Been £60 back on black friday, bagged 12


Cheers mate


Keep an eye on eBay for the dual kit L-Boxx. I did the same as you and got both for £150 then found a new L-Boxx 136 for £20 delivered which fits both tools and charger.


No. Only one machine can fit inside the box provided with the combi drill. I just use a tool bag.


It's very good 👌 small batteries but enough for putting tv's and shelves up.

Dewalt 18v Combi drill/impact driver and 2 x 4.0Ah £208 @ Powertoolworld
31/01/2019Expires on 31/01/2019Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Usually £275.00 according to the site. In the January sale link on the homepage.
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I can confirm that the drills both have LEDs....


Ah has nothing to do with power. A 1.5ah battery has identical power to a 5ah battery. The only difference is run time.


??? 'Two speed all metal transmission for increased runtime and longer tool life'.


The higher the number the more powerful the tool you are using will be and also last longer. 2ah / 3ah more than ample for any diy at home and will still last 5 or 6 hours with casual use. If using for a bit more than diy ideally 4ah or more would be preferable.



Power tools, hand tools and accessories sale @ Homebase Bredbury e.g AEG 18v cordless hammer drill with 2 batteries for £79
LocalLocalFound 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Just been into Homebase Bredbury and they’ve got loads of AEG, Ryobi and other tools on sale. Got an AEG 18v cordless hammer drill with 2 batteries for £79...! Seen them go or £150… Read more
BnQ - Bosch Cordless 18V 2.5Ah Li-ion Brushless Combi drill Without batteries PSB18Li2 - clearance £40
Found 14th JanFound 14th Jan
Seems like plenty of in-store stock, just checked for click and collect for my area PRODUCT DETAILSProduct Information Comes with - 1x user manual, 1x double screw bit and 1x aux… Read more

That's a bit price hike! Was the lower price last night


Ideal if you already have one and want a spare, if not i would go for something like this, as you get the drill, charger and two batteries. https://www.diy.com/departments/dewalt-xr-cordless-18v-1-5ah-li-ion-combi-drill-2-batteries-dcd785c2sf-gb/163847_BQ.prd


That link says £100.90?


£38.90 here https://www.tooled-up.com/bosch-psb-18-li-2-ergonomic-18v-cordless-combi-drill/prod/301692/?varId=355888&Referrer=affwin&source=affwin including delivery.

Parkside 12V Cordless Drill At Lidl £16.99
LocalLocalFound 14th JanFound 14th Jan
From Thursday £16.99 currently £29.99 2-speed gearbox with 19 torque levels and a drill setting Fast, tool-free changeover between drill and screw function 60-minute fast char… Read more
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Well this was the leaflet I had though my door and the store has been open for over 3 year I’m in Essex


Can confirm this is £29.99


Nice spot, I'll give that a shot


Alternative https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B075V4KX43/ref=cm_cr_othr_mb_bdcrb_top?ie=UTF8#aw-udpv3-customer-reviews_feature_div


Has anyone actually find one

Worx WX366.6 20V 1.5AH Li-Ion Hammer Drill @ Wickes - £39
Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
It was available here some time ago but it looks like it is back in stock. The Worx 20V Lithium-ion Cordless Hammer Drill will always give you the confidence to tackle any task. … Read more
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Fantastic drill. I had a Bosch one before and this is miles better. I got two batteries and case with mine.


I definitely wouldn't buy a drill with one battery.


Yeh one battery just doesn’t work out. Unless you only do jobs where you’ll pick it up and put it down. No one wants to have to stop, waiting for a battery to charge. I’ve seen similar prices for spare battery alike aldi & guild via Argos. I have the guild drill and It’s been spot on. Not great for hammering masonry but I have SDS for that


OOS again

Power IT Cordless drill 18 volt - £20 instore @ Asda (Chester)
LocalLocalFound 9th JanFound 9th Jan
Cordless drill 18 volt for £20.00 (was £35) price as marked on the shelf, about 6 left. Asda Chester. Always look on here but first time posting a deal.

Not sure it's pc to call it that anymore (excited)


That's not a bad deal, it's always handy to have one of these in the man cupboard.


How do these compare to Bosch or the Makita G-series?


How do you know it had been used?


Looks very similar to Parkside (LIDL) 20v batteries.


Sorry I don't know


Thanks. I thought as much, but was hoping otherwise. Do you know if there's going to be a new matching updated range of compatible Worx tools then as well?

Dewalt dcd778d2t-gb @Screwfix 18v 2.0ah li-ion xr brushless cordless combi drill (268fx) £119.99 @ Screwfix
Refreshed 14th JanRefreshed 14th Jan
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
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Thanks for posting OP - voted hot (y)


Just got one of these as a belated Christmas present, voted hot thanks. Use screwfix all the time and have never had any issues apart from with dodgy delivery companies. They've been great when I wanted a replacement for a reciprocating saw that broke as well. And no, I don't work for them, lol.


That's a shame. Screwfix is my favourite shop. Good price for a good drill. Voted hot.


Thanks for those explanations


On most power tools generally the first thing to go wrong is the brushes. Obviously with brushless you don't have that worry. They have a better run time and usually more power too.

Erbauer 2Ah 12v Lithium-ion Impact driver & drill driver 2 batteries EID12-Li £90 delivered @ B&Q
Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
As above. Appears to be quite a good price for the set. Product Information Guarantee - 2 year Charge time of 1 hour Torque settings - 17+1 Features and Benefits Erbauer build … Read more
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12 VOLT . 12 VOLT as stated already - not for me.


Are these good for screwing?




I think it should be stated in the title that these are 12 VOLT not 18 volt.


The older version batteries were compatible, not these ones

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