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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
DeWalt DCD796N 18V XR Brushless Compact Combi Drill (Body Only) - £65 delivered @ Amazon
Posted 18th JunPosted 18th Jun
Good price for the drill at Amazon. Description The DeWalt DCD796 compact combi hammer drill featuring brushless technology is up to 30% more powerful than the DCD795 with 460 u… Read more

This ain't an impact driver but for around the house general use it'll be fine.


This is much the better deal: 5Ah Battery £50 + DCB115 £15 + TSTAK Case £10 = £75 DCD 796 = £55


You can get the DCD796P1 (DCD796 drill, case, 5ah battery and charger): https://www.powertoolmate.co.uk/Products/004000060001/EB%2FDCD796P1 Or the above + an impact driver too DCF887: https://www.powertoolmate.co.uk/Products/0040000d0036/EB%2FDCD796P1%2FDCF887N


I need a new drill/impact driver for general DIY round the house. Assuming this will do thr job perfectly? Just need to pick up a battery and charger pack, unless there are better priced combo deals?


good enough drill,but if getting used regular the metal chuck gets worn easily and the drill bits can be a bandit to get out,needs grips instead of hand to get drill bits changed

DeWalt DCD796P1 XR Brushless Combi Drill 18v 1 x 5.0Ah Li-Ion, Charger and Case £123.49 with code @ powertoolmate ebay
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Posted 17th JunPosted 17th Jun
Features: Brushless Motor Technology. Ulta compact and light for use in small spaces. Intelligent trigger design for total control. Increased runtime and longer to… Read more

What's the difference between this drill and the drill on offer at Screwfix (apart from the batteries)?


I think that is the dewalt 778- still worth it though


screwfix has this at £149.99 but with 2 x 4.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries.


Sorry my bad. For me it was only the drill and 5Ah battery.


I'm tempted to get the twin pack with the Dcf887 impact driver for £246.99

Dewalt DCH333N 54V XR FLEXVOLT Brushless 3-Mode Hammer Drill (Body Only) £218.49 (UK Mainland) ebay / powertoolmate
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Posted 17th JunPosted 17th Jun
Genuine Dewalt Stock - Stocked in the UK Free Delivery - UK Mainland Only The item you are currently viewing is the Dewalt DCH333N 54V XR FLEXVOLT Brushless 3-Mode Hammer Drill (… Read more

Excellent deal then, far better than first thought! I have consoled myself by buying more hue stuff instead (:I


Just delivered , brand new stock , drillcomes in a deep TSTAK case with top tray and full UK paperwork/ instructions . OMG makes deal even better.


Thanks mate, 1st deal posted (embarrassed)


Shame this ended. Nice find @ryanmcw


Wounded. Well & truly wounded! ;( ;( ;(

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Makita E-05094 Drill Holster £8.59 (+£4.49 non-prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
normally about £24

Are these good for those that are not joiners but like to look cool when doing DIY? And referring the drill like a gun.


speaking from experience?


You can get about 4 cornettos in one of these!


When its a twin charger and 6ah battery count me in


Yes and I would also expect to get a rapid charger and a 5ah battery at this price (lol)

Bosch Universal Impact 18V Cordless Combi Drill with 2 x 2.0Ah Batteries £54 Instore B&Q St. Albans
Posted 15th JunPosted 15th JunLocalLocal
It’s advertised in store and loads in stock. Reduced from £80

Amazon has good sets. Avoid unbranded cheap. Tenner set of Makita Bosch or similar. Or a starter box with various things


Dropped by at the store on my way to the LTN and picked one up. Still plenty of stock available.


Dewalt is the king of all drills.


Thanks for posting! 4.55pm still plenty left, near the tills


These seem like such a good deal because Bosch is so well known but honestly just avoid. Even if it's just for basic DIY go with a top brand like DeWalt or Makita and you will be able to do so much more and it will last you so so much longer. I would go as far as saying a 10 year old drill good standard drill is better than this modern version.