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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
Terratek 18V Cordless Drill Driver, Sensational Electric Screwdriver set complete with 13pc Drill and Bit Set £35.95 Sold by Futura Direct Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Found 12 h, 38 m agoFound 12 h, 38 m ago
It was £79.95 now £35.95! Suitable for wood and metal surfaces 18V 800 mAh NI-MH Battery Max drilling capacity (steel): 8mm Max drilling capacity (wood): 20mm Torque settings… Read more
Oneday77

Did this qualify for teh £100 bung to get posted?

AndyRoyd

Listing text states 800mAh battery but pic shows 1000mAh. Initial listing text and pic states 2 year guarantee, then later text states 12 month guarantee. CCC suggets highest price for a day was £54 and average price = £34.15, so let's move along...

worthinger

I smell spam.

TheLukey21

Another example https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-tti700ddh-18v-1-5ah-li-ion-cordless-drill-driver/8282p

TheLukey21

800mah ni-mh, you'd be miles better off with the ones that aldi or lidl sell which are very similar priced, aldi do a 12v drill with a 2ah lithium ion battery for 29.99 or a brushless 18v one with 50nm of torque and a 1.5ah Samsung lithium ion battery for 49.99 and it will be 10x better than this, there are plenty more examples about.

Bosch Screwdriver Drill Toy Was £29.99 Now ONLY £9.99 at Amazon £4.49 delivery non Prime
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Found 14 h, 11 m agoFound 14 h, 11 m ago
Product with the Bosch license The Bosch cordless drill/screwdriver II from Theo Klein is replica toy with child-compatible functions with forward / reverse motion, light and an s… Read more
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kingnpuk

Soz misread

vtec

Who said it was 4.49 :/

wieczorkiewicz_marcin

(lol)

wieczorkiewicz_marcin

(lol)

alwayslfc

Had a few tradesmen in our gaff lately that probably would of been better off using 1 of these...😁

Black & Decker BDCDC18KST 18v Lithium Drill Driver £39.99 	Home Hardware Direct
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Found 21 h, 39 m agoFound 21 h, 39 m ago
Seems very cheap for this model with the smart Bluetooth battery. This price point normally has a standard battery. Free collection, but stores confined to the far north, or £4.95 … Read more
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helicopterhead

BLACK+DECKER BDCDC18KST-GB 18 V Lithium-Ion Drill Driver with Smart Tech Battery - Black/Orange https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01MFGIF8A/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_v-PEBbVHXW9K4 More information and reviews!

Besford

Bluetooth appears to be a pointless gimmick (bet you won't use it). Weak drill. No hammer action. B&D pretty poor these days. Possibly doesn't have a charger? Can you get more batteries and are they interchangeable with your other tools? "With Bluetooth connectivity and USB device charging - the smart tech battery opens up a world of exciting possibilities - with a connected experience designed to make people’s lives easier. Thanks to the innovation - you can locate the battery - disable its power or check its charge status on your mobile. In addition - thanks to USB connectivity - you can charge your mobile or tablet devices." WHY? :/ You can do much better for the money if you're even half serious about your DIY. Here's just one example from a superior brand: https://www.wickes.co.uk/Worx-WX366-6-20V-1-5AH-Li-ion-Hammer-Drill/p/176374

Besford

Possibly no charger as it's USB chargeable? If so a good reason NOT to buy.

jamhops

Err wtf

westerner

what about a charger? what is the capacity?

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ENERGER ENB465DRH 4.1KG CORDED SDS PLUS DRILL 230-240V £39.99 @ Screwfix
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24/09/2018Expires on 24/09/2018Found 21 h, 53 m agoFound 21 h, 53 m ago
Looks like a decent Price for a home use SDS Drill. Plenty of stock to collect and delivery option available. For a powerful drill that can tackle the toughest tasks with the min… Read more
lilbeastie

Depends what you want - for big holes or for breaking, you probably would want the 8J Titan. For smaller holes, the cheaper 2.5J Energer mentioned above would be better (even 5J is likely to cause blowouts when you drill through bricks etc, so isn’t good for ‘neat’ drilling). I’d guess the Parkside will have a 3 year warranty, but the Titan has 2 years so for bigger jobs is probably the better buy despite the extra money.

mahmouddiaa

This or Parkside one for the same price with 5J rating ?

hhali

Titan all the way (y)

MrWani

Second for the Titan, it's a great bit of kit.

GDB2222

"For a powerful drill " --- 850w / 2.6J is not very powerful for this weight of drill. If you want powerful, buy the Titan for a tenner more (1500w/8J), or if you want lighter buy the Energer for a tenner less (almost the same power - 750w/2.5J) but 1.5kgs lighter.

Stanley 100 piece drill set - £18.99 @ Argos (free C&C)
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Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
The 100 Piece Stanley Drill Bit Set features an extensive range of different drill bits and sizes. This is an essential add on to your Stanley Fatmax Drill and is great for whateve… Read more
whok1844

Makita. Version (sort of) £21.99 normal price assumingly better quality https://www.argos.co.uk/product/5408511?rec=PDP[7004418]:bottomSlider:P1:OHAT:alternative:5408511:QnpYCcLsK6HaIkNmHlbk

Bazza78

Im sure Stanley and DeWalt are the same company now.

bobfoel

O.K for very occasional use.

OperateOnMe

No, not for that price, better off waiting for Bosch titanium offers where half the bits are decent. These are cheap-factory stanley brand franchise re-badged - a mouthfull of ***** essentially. Most of the pieces break quickly and I made a return as I went through most of the concrete and steel bits within a few hours. Got a single job done and returned for a refund given the really poor quality.

hoylake41

These kits are fairly generic so I wouldn't be swayed by having 'Stanley' in the name - reasonable price for fairly average drills.

Worx WX372.9 Cordless Hammer Drill (Bare) @ Argos - £23.99 (free C&C)
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Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
Good deal, especially for those already with batteries, for what seems a decent cordless drill. Picked one up through the week and like my other Worx stuff the build quality seems… Read more
ian_uk_1

I can confirm that this drill works with Erbauer drill 18v 2.0ah batteries from Screwfix, tested in anger this evening, no problems, hope this helps.

little_red_devil

Great find. Reserved, collected and already used it to fit a cooker hood this afternoon. It's a beast compared to my Bosch. Got loads of batteries and a charger. I've also got 2 spare 2ah batteries and spare charger from a lawn strimmer which I was going to get rid of on ebay. Wish you could get the bare tools more often as it sort of defeats the idea of sharing the batteries and not having to pay for extras.

ChristopherShort

Yeah I guess I was lucky, I was off work the week the guild dropped so I was able to buy it as soon as it was posted. Good drills for the price paid

michaeljb

I had the same plan except couldn’t get any local stock of the guild deal, so no use me buying this without the batts

michaeljb

All sources point to yes

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Bosch GBH224D2 3 Mode SDS Plus Hammer Drill 240v at FFX for £89
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Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
£89 Tools Power Tools & Accessories Corded Power Tools Drills - Sds   Authorised Reseller   Bosch GBH224D2 3 Mode SDS Plus Hammer Drill 240v £89inc 20% UK VAT Li… Read more
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Groovii.D

Thanks.

black.knight

Looks like it's a normal case rather than an L Boxx

m1cky691

Once or twice a week! New dewalt tools are rubbish! Since they stopped manufacturing in America they have gone downhill. I had an old dewalt that voted for years regular until I upgraded just for the the fact I wanted a new tool and we all love a new toy(I mean tool (lol) ) but it started smoking on week 4 which shocked me. Sds wise Bosch professional are good, makita wood tools are the best but not really tried their sds. Obviously the likes of Hilti are top but who can fork out for them. Lol

timetosurf

Core drilling. How often? I use a dewalt but they last 5 minutes

m1cky691

Yes it has chisel function, I own this drill and it’s brilliant. I use it for core drilling and chasing channels for pipes it’s great

Makita DHP453SFTK 18V 3.0Ah LXT Cordless Combi Drill & 101 Piece Accessory Kit @ Tool Station £114.98
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Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
Great price, for a good starter kit from a decent brand. Plenty available to click and collect around the country! This is £169.99 in Argos!
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tjc2005

Get the Worx 373

fubar888

The bpd-201 is £20 more at ts (£135), has 8Nm more torque (50 vs 42) and a 2Ah rather than 3Ah battery. Horses for courses but no accessories. If you’re not bothered by that (and I probably wouldn’t be) then the dewalt dcd795 is probably a better bet with 60Nm, 1.5Ah battery (but brushless which will approx offset the smaller capacity) and £120. Saying all that, I very rarely switch my makita 453 into gear 1 (for max torque), it’ll happily drive unpiloted 5mm screws in gear 2.

fubar888

It’s a good deal, and you should be happy with it. I’ve gone on to get an impact driver, strimmer and hedge trimmer (each £50-£60 bare) along with another 3ah battery. There’s a wealth of bare tools available at good prices which is one of the attractions of the makita lxt system. Dewalt and Bosch offer systems too (though not sure how extensive but the dewalt flexvolt kit is pretty impressive from what I’ve seen of the chainsaw and brush cutter).

bd1981bd

Link?

bd1981bd

Many thanks - if you had £100 ish now to spend then this is what you’d get? Like many on here I hate not getting the best deal for my money!

Dewalt DCK266P2T 18v Brushless DCD796 Combi Drill DCF887 Impact Driver 2 x 5.0ah £237.86 @ buyaparcel-store / Ebay
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Dewalt DCK266P2T 18v Brushless DCD796 Combi Drill DCF887 Impact Driver 2 x 5.0ah add https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/312073844412? for the total price of £247.54
markbartlett

This is a cracking deal. I paid £258 with 4ah batteries

michaeljb

For any diy'ers that don't need that much power then this 10.8v kit is decent at £85 quid Just throwing out options :)

Whyte901

Bought myself in previous 15% ebay offer, Fantastic tools. Impact driver is awesome. Just need a decent magnetized bit (I have the Wera Impacktor)

muturola

Decent

DeWALT 18V COMBI DRILL at B&Q for £75 instore
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LocalLocalFound 16th AugFound 16th Aug
DEWALT 18V COMBI DRILL £75 at B&Q
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Mark_A

While that's true, Dewalt bought out Elu powertools, so Dewalt powertools were basically rebranded Elu powertools. So much time has passed since then and the tools are constantly being updated, they're just Dewalt products now. I have owned Dewalt tools for the past 10 or more years and can only say they have improved in that time. The old post type nicad/nimh batteries aren't a patch on the new LI-ion batteries and the tools themselves have only improved with innovative features over time. One change I have seen in recent years is the introduction of a lower end line of tools, but this is the same with Makita, Bosch and lot of other pro tool companies. A £75 drill can't be expected to perform the same as their higher end £300 industrial rated model. I think a lot of people buy the cheaper tools and expect them to handle more than they're rated for, then complain that the company has gone downhill when it fails.

Garnett

Hopefully it's a case of "CONGRATULATIONS!" by now. I have Dewalt drills and drivers that I rate highly, but I'm also a big FATMAX fan - really good stuff that often gets reduced.

vtec

All the best (y)

andyb83

Or learn to use the trigger properly ;)

poundshopper

I splashed out on one of these afer having loads of B&D and Bosch stuff. The difference is amazing. You only need one battery unless you are going to be using it all day long so perfect for DIY. Only down side is it is too powerful to be used as a driver for most smaller screws unless you want to keep faffing on with Torq settings so maybe get a separate driver as well

WORX Cordless Brushless Hammer Drill with 2 20V Batteries £79.99 @ Argos
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Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
Argos Clearance deal: WORX Cordless Brushless Hammer Drill with 2 20V Batteries The Worx WX367 20V Max Lithium-Ion Brushless Impact Drill with 2 x 1.5Ah batteries, and a compact, … Read more
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Dave

Post from two weeks ago is here for anyone interested in reading further discussion on this item

StevenMuller

Helps if people miss them. There are far too many people like you in this site that moan about every bloody thing.

ianjury

Yes it does really if not people will keep reposting deals all the time not sure about you but i look for new deals not deals listed time and time again

StevenMuller

Does it matter

ianjury

This was posted a couple of weeks ago

Bosch 34 Piece Drill and Screwdriver Bit Set £9.40 (Prime) / £13.89 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
Bosch 2607010608 X-Line Classic Drill and Screwdriver Bit Set, 34 Pieces Sold and fulfilled by Amazon Excellent reviews Free postage for Prime members and orders over £20
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leeroy999

Having bought a set in the well known orange and black store (desperation), the quality seems ok - I mean OK ish, it's done what I need it to do. Don't expect a great deal.

jcr

Bosch Multi-Construction Drill Bits. not cheap, but very good.

reg66

So you vote someone else's deal cold because of another persons comment, lol Voted hot just to balance things out!

vtec

Cold due to distasteful comment.

deleted801301

Dormer are brilliant but expensive, Ruko are decent but again not cheap. Heller are a cut above cheap bits but can be hit and miss. I've been using Alpen bits lately and have found them very good, but again expensive, though you can often get a mixed set for about £25 on Amazon (not at the moment though).

Milwaukee M12CPD 12v 44nm Brushless Combi Drill *body only* £65 Milwaukee Power Tools
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Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
There's been better deals if you're wanting the full kit, but as body-only this is a bit of a bargain I think. This is the brushless 12v combi with 13mm chuck and 44nm torque. The … Read more
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deleted801301

In case any Milwaukee users are interested, I've just found a couple of cracking deals on the 12v right-angle drill and pipe cutter. But as usual when I posted it the mods pulled it straight down, so just message me if you want the details (y)

deleted801301

Sounds like an 18v combi will suit you better. The general rule of thumb is the larger the hole, the more torque and less speed is required. Generally, not exclusively.

AmmarM98

I mean I've seen almost all the reviews, from my humble perspective it seems like it is the same speed as a top of the line combi drill. Which in all honesty is better for me as I do I have to drill large holes through wood quite often so a good combi drill is already on my list of items to buy. Thanks for the help anyway!

sabreliner

As the previous comment stated you can’t really beat an SDS for masonry jobs, would make hard work using anything else really. Also of course why SDS drills have SDS bits designed specifically for the type of work. I would say I have been blown away by the performance on the Milwaukee SDS, for a 12v unit it’s remarkable. Plenty reviews on YouTube.

deleted801301

You can't beat an SDS for drilling masonry, but then you're not going to be driving screws with an SDS, so it depends what else you've got really.

Bargain Drill 18V COMBI DRILL £79.99 at Selco
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31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Great price for this bit of kit. Comes with 2 batteries and a carry case. You have to add on VAT. Selco is trade only - you need an account to shop there.
pennyfarthing88

Interesting so it’s like £95.99 inc VAT and you have to have an account to shop there. Or Travis Perkins identical drill but with 2 x 3Ah batteries etc and a bundle of bits to boot. £108 C&C available to everybody. https://www.travisperkins.co.uk/Bosch-GSB-18V-Li-ion-Professional-Compact-Combi-Drill-Set-2-X-3-0Ah-Batteries-and-Screwdriver-Bits/p/338898

deleted801301

It's only £12 more, there's VAT to go on this price.

Scrapy

I agree at least 3ah will cope with everything you can give it

dogpatch

2 x 1.5ah batteries with this Bosch drill as opposed to 2 x 3ah batteries with the Travis Perkins deal at £24 more. Personally, I would shell out the extra £24 for the far more capable batteries.

gdjv798798

It’s misleading to put the price with out VAT and then add it as a note in the description

Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless Combi Drill Kit 2x2.5Ah £80 Homebase
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Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Combination drill, screw driver and percussion drill to suit multiple applications. 13mm keyless chuck for greater accessory compatibility. Quick adjustment 24 torque settings for … Read more
deleted801301

This isn't the case with Ryobi, their batteries have been interchangeable since day one, and you can run original ni-cad tools on li-ion batteries and vice versa (I think you may need an adapter to go one way). The trouble is they screw you on battery and charger prices, so what seems like a good deal in the first place quickly sours when you need a new battery. Take the original post- the two 2.5ah batteries are worth £80 apparently. I won't claim to know all the different brand's prices but I know you'll be paying less for more with Makita, Metabo and Milwaukee.

mrtootough

have reserved thanks OP

ashwarner

Not going under quite yet only 42 stores so still another 200ish to go.

Argyll68

I mainly buy DeWalt or Bosch Blue. For the DIYer Ryobi are a good brand but you need to be aware for many cheap brands they change the design of the batteries so 3-4 years down the line when your batteries are goosed you can't get replacements although the power tool is still in good shape.

vtec

That's my boy

Titan 710w Hammer Drill Instore £20 @ B&Q
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LocalLocalFound 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Spotted in the Crewe store. Had a few at the front of store. Already got two hammer drills so haven't bought one, but seemed like a good deal for £20. Closest I can find similar a… Read more
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Abhogal

whats this like compared to the one posted? https://www.diy.com/departments/500w-corded-impact-drill-vid500hf/735538_BQ.prd £15 ?

little_red_devil

I think SDS is the type of chuck that it uses. I think this is a standard 13mm chuck rather than the SDS fitment. And I think SDS can be used on just hammer action so it won't spin for things like chisels.

vtec

What's difference between this and sds?

Bosch Easy Impact Corded Drill and Truvo - £49.99 @ Argos
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Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Bosch Easy Impact Corded Drill and Truvo
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Mateusz_Margol

No you need something more powerful but with low rpm

Arstar

Would this be powerful enough if attached mixer paddle for making up floor self levelling compound?

Mateusz_Margol

It depends what kind of guarantee you receive. Bosch, even green line have 3 years after register.

EllEzDee

Good deal considering the RRP of Truvo (£40 at Screwfix). Shame Truvo is awful for a wall with anything moderately complicated going on behind it. Metal struts + live wires = a constantly flashing, screaching hunk of plastic.

dexix

It’s such a shame that I can’t click on a deal and just see a discussion about that product, why do people who have no interest in a deal feel the need to click on it and make a statement such as this? I presume they have too much time on their hands.

Bosch GSB 18V Li-ion Professional Compact Combi Drill Set 2 X 3.0Ah Batteries and Accessories  £108 when you C&C @ Travis Perkins
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With hard case. The Bosch GSB 18V combi drill is equipped with electronic cell protection, protecting the battery against overload, overheating and discharge. The electronic motor … Read more
f4se8ook

£12 off. I’m still buying one at full price. Took me long to decide

luxton_9

Mine too, however on closer inspection it looks like one it's included! If you look at the picture on the side of the box there is no bit holder in the screwdriver bit set. Makes no sense at all but at least you know you're not missing anything

rafal.rafal

The 10% off click and collect deal is over so now cost full £120

luxton_9

Great deal, thanks for posting. Just ordered for collection tomorrow. Just a heads up for anyone undecided the 10% off offer ends tonight!

Minstadave

Weird but good to know nothing is actually missing.

Energer 750W SDS Plus Drill w/case and bits £29.99 @ Screwfix
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Found 6th AugFound 6th Aug
Free c&C. This Energer ENB569DRL SDS Plus drill is a hard-working, efficient tool in a compact, lightweight body. It’s versatile, with hammer, drill and chisel modes to tackle… Read more
pibpob

I wouldn't worry. Cheap tools require you to be the speed "control loop" and this tool is certainly value for money!

Shoppaholic16

Hi Yes that’s correct when I apply a little pressure to the trigger it then gradually speeds up

pibpob

Is this when you only apply a little pressure to the trigger? If so, I wouldn't worry, as the speed control is not sophisticated and if there's more friction in the reverse direction, perhaps due to the brushes, it might take a while.

Shoppaholic16

Hi This is my first ever experience with an sds drill. I was just checking everything was In the box and is working okay....I noticed that when it drill bit rotates in the clockwise direction it’s starts of fairly fast, but when put the opposite direction it starts of a lot slower and takes 2-3 secs to speed up. Is the normal for an sds drill or does it sound faulty? Thanks

pibpob

I guess its windings are aluminium rather than copper: cheap but inefficient.

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