All Drill Discounts, Offers and Sale - November 2018
The better PSB was only £50 last black Friday as mentioned, hammer action and two batteries, this isn't a great deal, its worth waiting.
This is a deal for a combination cordless drill/screwdriver.
This is a deal for a cordless drill. I was saying to that something like a Bosch IXO could be a good idea if they just need something small and light.
This is a cordless screwdriver...
Yes, you could, but you might well find that a cordless screwdriver could be better for your needs depending on what kind of things you would be using it for.
Many thanks for sharing, I have been looking for a drill (Compressor) for a decent price, this is a great price and I had to get the saw also :). (y)
I was hoping for a low capacity air compressor but i guess they dont exist for my purpose. Looks like i will have to wait until i get a garage.
Their air compressor is £69.99 (down form £79.99) https://www.aldi.co.uk/workzone-2-5-hp-air-compressor/p/085433223920500
Decent price for tools with a 3 year warranty if you ask me. How much is the associated compressor?
if you want to use it for computer components I would recommend an oil-free compressor as if you get an oil lubricated compressor then you will certainly need to get a good quality inline filter to remove oil particulates. to clean a full size tower a 24 litre tank filled twice will provide just about enough air to clear the dust out. it is also useful to keep your tyres inflated.
Looks good from the video!
Looks quite good - heated. If you like this sort of thing, check out biscuit jointers - quicker & more forgiving (i.e. easier to get it right) than a dowels.
Bought mine from Toolstation for £6.24
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The drill battery at Robert Dyas is only 1.5ah, this one is 2.0ah
Thank you (highfive)
Your kidding right! (lol)
if you need 12 and 28 screwfix has https://www.screwfix.com/p/bosch-self-cut-speed-flat-wood-drill-bit-set-8-pcs/5393V
Do you happen to know if these work with Makita's LXT range of drills? My dad is looking to do some serious renovation work on his house and these might make for a nice stocking filler (if compatible).
use code MVC10
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Thank you. Martyn_cutler. I got 10% 0ff
Thanks, just got one, but used code MVC10 for 10% off (y)
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Not bad with a spare battery, looks very similar to the halfords one, these drills pop up with various badges.
Now back to full price...
Reserved but now have reservations. Pass
Echo what everyone else is saying, I paid full price a few months back. Utter garbage
Lmao, just look how spaced out all those bits are. All packaging and no substance. Check out the DeWalt set at Screwfix, yes it's twice the price but you get more than your money's worth.
They are poor quality. I had to return the set.
Just picked one up, and unless they have gave me the wrong one I can confirm it is a hammer drill. Dont know how good a hammer drill but for £30 I’m not complaining.
Concrete wall or plastered brick wall? If its a concrete wall then I very much doubt this would do the job. A plastered brick wall it should be fine so long as you get decent masonry bits. A hammer drill would be better though. For concrete, someting like this would be ok for the same budget. https://www.screwfix.com/p/energer-enb465drh-4-1kg-corded-sds-plus-drill-230-240v/63303?tc=QT4&ds_kid=92700022885040606&gclsrc=aw.ds&ds_rl=1241687&ds_rl=1245250&ds_rl=1244066&gclid=Cj0KCQiAw5_fBRCSARIsAGodhk9nzgPMyZplyPjkpwr91uTBRxndufCIWsPVgRhyHENDuAGzG8f-Dx0aAjosEALw_wcB
does the battery have the same fitting as worx products?
Depends on the type of concrete and how good the drill bits are
Why the cold votes, because it don't have a 7 bit drill piece?
Op got to be careful what I post, this is in all ways meant to be a courteous post no jokes here, one watch out when posting many deals one after another is that even if it’s a good deal you will get cold votes. Just the way the site works sadly, always best to leave time in between lists especially ones from same seller.
So we're not talking about a new build... house is nearly 50 years old. Standard cavity wall as used in 95% of houses... outer skin of brick and inner skin of blocks.
Thats a different one to this mate This doesnt have hammer action the amazon one does
Great drill with amazing battery life. Just a heads up - I got this same drill during Amazon Day for £50 and it came with two batteries. Not guaranteed but likely to return to same price in two weeks from today during black Friday. Either way, good find and heat for OP.
Yeah, I suppose its not too bad if its three years old model. But brushless is way better.
Pretty old being about 3 years? I'm no drill expert but that's not exactly old is it? Sure there are newer models. There always will be, but drill technology isn't advancing so fast as to call a 3 year old model old, is it?
I've purchased and sold many part used tools. Never a problem with any. I've had all 5 star reviews from my buyers. Warranties never last long enough. Two or three years ain't great. Then again, Makita isn't great on lasting a lengthy period of time, so a warranty could do you with a Makita.
Like I said, part used. You can absolutely tell the condition of the drill. How much wear and tear. Put a battery on it, and you can test it with a concrete drill bit, then and there.
Ok and how about the warranty? Who knows what kind of abuse a drill has had in the hands of a professional. I'm not sure your suggestion is a very good one.
Mines arivering today (finally)
Recorded mine after 3 days. Great set.
Not exactly speedy delivery. 4 days later & my order hasn't even been dispatched yet.
Just bit the bullet & ordered this. I have a Ryobi hammer drill & impact driver but they are both too heavy to use for long periods so I'm hoping this will be a better option. Thanks OP, if you hadn't posted this I would not have ordered. Heat from me :)
If it's excessive, raise a warranty claim. I have read this on the odd review so may be a bad batch.
Sorry didn’t realise, just reigniting it for anyone who missed it
Already posted... https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/worx-drill-2-20v-40ah-batteries-cheapest-deal-yet-7999-positecworx-ebay-3094096
I have this unit. The first was purchased and within 2 weeks the Chuck failed. The replacement ahs lasted a year and has just shown signs of the same fault. Just hope the warranty keeps on rolling.
Fantastic deal, just as I am looking for a leaf blower to add to my DeWalt kit. The DeWalt T&C say "participating retailers" of which there is no list. The blower is cheaper on Amazon (sold, and fulfilled by them) so do we think that'll count? They specifically exclude third-party sellers so there's an inference that Amazon direct is OK.
That's great! I've just unexpired the deal, looks like a cracking bargain to get the drill for free.
The OP was right I’ve bought the blower and it qualifies for the promotion
Sure you can find it cheaper?
The ONLY Qualifying Products are DHS780T2, DCS575T2, DCG414T2, DCS690X2, DCS520T2, DCD240X2, DCH333X2, DCS777T2, DCM562P1, DCS576T2, DCK357T2, DCH334X2, DCS7485T2, DCS778T2, DCS388T2, DCM563P1, DCD460T2, DCK2055T2T, DCS577T2, DCM561P1S, DCM5713X1, DCK2056T2T, DCM575X1, DCC1054T2, DCS397T2, DCM565P1, DCH481X2, DCMW564P2, DCK2057T2T, DCM572X1, DCS388T2, DCH323T2, DCM571X1. Any other derivatives including bare units (‘N’ versions) will not be accepted. seems like like a qualifying product to me? offer has been around a while, not sure when it expires? Also worth noting that eBay or amazon “sellers”orders don’t qualify! (Whether new or not!) they are running a couple of weeks behind with sending out the free drill should you satisfy the criteria, I bought an 18v strimmer for £150 and that qualifies! terms and conditions available on dewalt if you’re really after something? ;)
Yes It does. Click "Add to basket", then go to basket, and underneath where it gives you the payment options there is a space to add a code. Enter "PAYME20", hit apply, and it will show you the 20% taken off.
checkout not allow to put voucher or promo codes
Yes you can. I've just ordered the Makita LXT 18v twin pack and used the code to take 20% off. There are several deals on here for this seller.
can't use code PAYME20 for that seller!
Don't know whether to go all out and get the 481
this was a great price. Gutted i missed it but went for the same although with 4ah batteries for £250. Not had a impact driver before so looking forward to using it.
Out of stock.
I bought this kit when it was on offer at Amazon last year for £250 which was a great offer then.. Anyone who's after a great drill set should buy this, it's the best drill I've owned..
On the recent Ebay 15% off code I got these 2 for £290 which is the same combination as above but with an extra 4AH battery, charger and case. Looking on youtube they look like impressive bits of kit. Dewalt DCD996P2 18V XR 3-Speed Brushless Hammer Combi Drill with 2 x 5.0Ah Batts DeWalt DCF887M1-GB 18v 1x4.0Ah Li-ion Brushless G2 3 Speed Impact Driver
Dcd996 is more of a monster but costs more
A monster drill, can't live without it, so power efficient I cant remember when I last had to charge it.
no. just no.
This is a good manufacturer. If you are a hobbyist , or a first-time home owner, or this is your first cordless drill, then this is a good buy. Maybe you will be doing framing or decking or something that needs 'wallop' and newtons of torque and you will have to upgrade one day. But these will always be there, for the domestic stuff, the everyday stuff. COCo
How about this one, DHP482RF 18v LXT combi hammer drill, 1x 3.0ah battery, charger and case. Comes to £116 with the voucher. Looks similar to the white version sold at Screwfix for £140.
Ok, so for those who are saying to go for an LXT instead, can anyone recommend a good deal on a LXT drill, battery, and charger? I see plenty of deals on bare units but not so much on a complete set.