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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
Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
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

Is this the same drill available from Futura Direct website for £29.95 inc delivery. Appreciate its not the best drill.


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


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...


I smell spam.


Another example

Black & Decker BDCDC18KST 18v Lithium Drill Driver £39.99 	Home Hardware Direct
Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
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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BLACK+DECKER BDCDC18KST-GB 18 V Lithium-Ion Drill Driver with Smart Tech Battery - Black/Orange More information and reviews!


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:


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


Err wtf


what about a charger? what is the capacity?

Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Driver Bit Set (56 piece) £18 @ Amazon Prime (£22.99 non Prime)
Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
I thought this looked like a pretty decent deal for some quality impact bits. Shock zone geometry - designed to Flex Shock zone reduces stress at the tip resulting in less tip … Read more

Did you have Makita Impact Gold? What Wera did you get? I was tempted by Wera but seemed a deal for the set I got with a discount. To be fair I really don't need some high end stuff, but it's nice to have a nice set, the Makita mag holder etc. seems very handy (although there are mixed reviews), and should hopefully last a decent time with my light use. Might try Wera next time if there's a decent deal and I actually need any more bits.


I've used Dewalt Impact Torsion bits and Milwaukee own.. both much of a muchness. Both wear or even shear off after a while. As wothinger says above, consider them disposable.


There's stronger bits on the market and there's cheaper bits on the market. But these Milwaukee bits are bang on when it comes to a trade-off between the two. I've used several brands, and usually the bits explode if you're driving large screws into masonry or particularly hard timber. If the bit explodes it's because the metal isn't strong enough, don't by that brand again. The Milwaukee ones have never let me down yet. On the other hand, if you're wearing the shoulders off the bit then you're not using it properly. Stop playing with it and get your shoulder behind it. Make sure you're not slipping over the head of the screw. Also make sure the bit is a good fit for the screw head. There's a reason you've got 4 different PH and 4 different PZ bits. Don't use PH in a PZ screw and vice versa. And if you're still wearing bits out, stop using crap screws with badly shaped heads.


I haven't tried these particular bits, but as others have stated there are no PZ2 or PH2 bits on the market that can withstand the forces of some of the impacts today, the Dewalt i have puts out over 200Nm at full tilt no matter what coating or whether its diamond tipped etc, such a small piece of steel just cant stand that much force if you hit something solid. IMO the Wera and Makita impact bits are the best not because they are much stronger over the others but because they have a good fit that provides less slippage and wobble. Other than that just back off the power on the driver and use a lower speed.


I have been thoroughly underwhelmed by Milwaukee impact bits in the past and would never buy again.

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Ozito 3.6V Screwdriver Torch with Charging Base plus 24 Driver Bits for £11.96 @ Homebase
Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
Extremely useful gadget. Comes with 3 years replacement guarantee. Available instore. Get to work on those small DIY projects with this Cordless Screwdriver / Torch SDL-5000U. … Read more
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who doesnt have a million USB cables and plugs lying around these days! Even Phone manufs are sometimes not including them.


I dont have any spare USB plugs , its a bit naughty not including a power supply !


Just use any USB plug!


i checked a couple of times yesterday and no stock...checked again this morning and found one in a local store...reserved...lets see if i get the 'ready for collection' email!!!


No i mean a power supply, there isnt one in the box, the videos show a power supply,seems we dont get one in UK unless its missing in mine

Dewalt DCK266P2T 18v Brushless DCD796 Combi Drill DCF887 Impact Driver 2 x 5.0ah £237.86 @ buyaparcel-store / Ebay
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Dewalt DCK266P2T 18v Brushless DCD796 Combi Drill DCF887 Impact Driver 2 x 5.0ah add for the total price of £247.54

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


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 :)


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



Ryobi One+ high torque impact driver - complete kit - just £87.20 with 20% off at Homebase 220NM torque!
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Lots of good buys at Homebase with 20% off a wide range of home and garden power tools. I picked out this impact driver as it is the complete kit with battery and case and offers … Read more

Depends what you're screwing. Don't use it on equipment eg metal on metal screws/machine screws etc It's excellent for driving wood screws into timber, especially turbo screws with no pilot . They are also excellent for removing timber screws, old rusty ones etc. If you use the correct bit you won't strip the screw. can also be used as an impact wrench but you can buy specialist tools for that It's very noisey


Yes it can - that's its main use really but it comes into its own for really tough jobs which a regular drill-driver couldn't manage, eg lots of people recommend them for putting those long screws into decking without difficulty. I haven't used mine in anger yet but at this price decided it would be a good addition to my Ryobi kit and I'm sure it will prove useful before long.


Can this be used for screwdriver purposes?


Bought one today - appeared to be 5 left in Solihull. Looks good! As I already have batteries and chargers I'll probably sell those on at auction but if any HUKDers are interested please PM me asap before I list them.


42 out of 241! Still good advice though.

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Dual Driver IEM E007 with mic/volume control - £1.51 @ Zapals
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Just got an email regarding this deal. Awesome price for dual driver headphones. Not sure about the sound quality but for the price you can't go wrong. More details in the link. Fo… Read more

Have you registered? It doesn’t work unless you do that. I speak from experience.


dont seem to be able to get it to work for me


Never heard of them either but for £1.51 and paying by PayPal, not a lot to lose


What's this retailer like? They look worth a gamble a pair of spares but never ordered from Zapals


I agree you can't go wrong. it's less than a cup of coffee. Just ordered a set. Thanks.

Dewalt drill driver and impact combo £99 folkestonefixings / Ebay
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
Seems a lot for the money on this! DeWalt DCK211C2 10.8 Volt XR Drill Driver and Impact Driver Twin Kit with 2 x 1.5Ah Li-ion Batteries in a Kit Bag 10.8V XR Drill Driver and Impa… Read more
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Bought these, ty.




What a load of cobblers.


Back peddle and retract on my statement. Obviously my brain did'nt connect to my fingers


What has impact facility got to do with drilling in brick? Surely the drill driver would need hammer function which in this case is lacking.

DeWalt DCK266M2T 18V 2 x 4.0Ah XR Brushless Hammer Drill and Impact Driver Twin Pack £249 via C+C @ Wickes
Refreshed 7th AugRefreshed 7th Aug28/08/2018Expires on 28/08/2018
Been looking around for a decent set of drills for a family member and noticed Wickes have this brushless twin pack, including a hammer and impact driver, charging dock and case on… Read more

just picked up mines today for £211 from wickes with trade discount


Yes exactly the same here was holding out for a discount code, also managed a 335N multi tool accessories and tstak without batteries for £114


Yea I grabbed the DEWALT DCK266P2 DCD796 DCF88 Twin with 2 x 5AH for £233.74 :) Glad I waited as nearly bought the Dewalt DCK2060S2T-SFGB DCD778 & DCF787 for £180 the other day (Has since gone up to £199.99). Rather spend the extra for the more highly rated drill and metal chuck


yeah that was one of the reasons i didn't snag it, i bought 796 with 5ah batts earlier. but a 795 with 4ah normally goes hot around £120 mark, so for a set with 2x3ah batts and the dcf887 as well for under £170 is still a cracking deal, would be ideal for someone whos primary tool would be the impact and don't mind the slightly older drill.


Only the 795 though compared to the 796

DeWalt 18V 1.5Ah Combi Drill and Impact Driver Twin Pack with 2x Batteries and 1x TSTAK Kit Box at Screwfix for £149.99
LocalLocalFound 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
Screwfix have got this 3 day deal ending this Sunday (5th). Looks like a good value deal if you’re after a quality twin pack. Versatile twin pack comprises a combi drill and impac… Read more

Thank you OP, bought a set.


Could you provide link to it as can't find it.


Will take the 5.0ah batteries if you need more run time. Great value


How about for £139.99 @


My bad. Apologies to op. I miss read

Dewalt DCF887P2-GB IMPACT DRIVER 2X 5.0AH Kit - £199.99 @ Toolsense
Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug
Features: High power Brushless motor outputting up to 205Nm of torque ensures heavy applications are completed quickly Application control is achieved through 3 motor speeds a… Read more
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Aye’ i have noticed your love of the brand :)


It’s not aimed at diy with those batteries and power. More for onsite plus brushless Love Dewalt gear


Looks good price although still heavily priced for your day to day DIY’er Heat added.


Great find,but only one in stock :)

Guild Cordless  drill driver 2x1.5AH £39.99 Argos
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
I don’t think I have enough drilling / driving job orders in the house to ‘need a drill’ (I can also drill the walls with an electric screwdriver and drill attachment). But this lo… Read more

Seems popular as out of stock near me ;(


Picked up one last night, it's great for the money, feels solid.


Thanks Op, just what I was needing. It's not 'professional' quality, but more than adequate for most users.


Is the drill any good? And feedback?


Bought a Guild electric screwdriver last year and it is amazing! Used Bosch and Dewalt previously and they don't compare, don't let the brand name put you off

Workzone 12V Li-Ion Cordless Drill Driver £29.99 delivered (Combi £49.99) @ Aldi
Found 22nd JulFound 22nd Jul
Grab yourself this Workzone 12V Li-Ion Cordless Drill for your power tool collection. This drill has a great balance between its 12 V power output, and compact, cordless portabilit… Read more

I have a full makita set as it happens which i use daily for work. All im saying is i wouldnt touch a 30 drill even for diy use. The dewalt for 100 in screwfix which i mentioned is a drill to last a diyer a lifetime. The aldi drill wont. Just offering my advice on this "specific thread"


Please consider doing some extra reading before typing in future. That's two strikes now. The Workzone has variable torque screwdriver settings. For most people who aren't drilling in 6 inch screws or doing decking, this is perfect. You are then comparing the Dewalt which costs 330% the cost of this drill. Yes it's an arguably better drill, but this isn't really what this thread/forum is about which is value for money. 80% of the population would never spend £100 on a drill which comes out twice a year to put some shelves up. A drill which is 66% heavier. Others would say that a 1/2" chuck is pointless anyway in a drill which only has 42Nm of rotational torque and 1500rpm. If you were going to spend your big money properly (rather than plucking facts out of thin air): £46 Makita DHP482, £30 3.0Ah ML1830B, £26 DC18RC charger, £5 bag/hard case. That's £107 better spent pounds for a drill which will do 99% of household tasks which this specific thread is aimed at.


18v makita is the drill i use anyway. This aldi drill will only do minor diy. Personaly id recommend something like the 18v dewalt in screwfix for a drill that will fit most bits and last a diyer a lifetime. Its 100 quid but 10 times the drill this is. Also, as you should know, using for screws an impact driver or combi drill is the tool to use not a basic drill.


Hmmm. was that your "no thinkey, just typey" moment? You're basically comparing Milwaukee (who are the only 12V manufacter to have a 1/2" chuck) with this? The cheapest M12 Fuel is £68 which is body-only, and if you bought the Milwaukee you would only use your bigger drill anyway for 10mm+ jobs? This £30 package is absolutely perfect for someone's secondary or even tertiary drill/screwdriver to avoid bit changes. Heck, if you live in apartment then this is probably all the drill you will need.


Combi will have hammer function.

Bosch PDR 18 LI impact driver (body only) - £44 @ B&Q
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Picked up one of these in B&Q yesterday as it was oddly cheap. A great bit of kit if you've got other Bosch 18V tools. £44 is a clearance price according to their website so th… Read more

Just purchased this evening as also bought the drill with batteries on Prime day, brilliant bit of kit especially for the price


Just bought it from the derby store.


Great deal


Out of stock now but good deal for you


For anyone who doesn't already have the battery or charger, it's £88 with 2 batteries, charger and bag.

WORX 'Powershare' cordless, brushless Impact Driver with 2x20v batteries, charger and rigid case. Further reduced to £99.99 at Argos Clearance (was £199.99, previously posted at £109.99, n0w 50% off). 3 year warranty!B
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
I've got a number of WORX mains and cordless tools and have been very impressed by their performance and durability. The batteries are also interchangeable with Guild, Erbauer, Tit… Read more

HUKD voting is truly bonkers! I posted this at £109.99 and it got heat; posted again as the price went down by £10 and it's gone cold. Explain that! :/ Anyone?


It was from Amazon - some special offer i came across, doesnt appear to be available now through, but keep looking, Prior to the WORX kit, I had this from screwfix - unfortunately it developed a fault after a year and a half of very hard work, screwfix refunded me and I bought the WORX, but the erbaur was very good and they now do a brushless version for about 50 quid more


Where did you get that from?


I will agree this is a good bit of kit for the price, however I recently bought the 20v Twin Pack - drill and impact for about £160 quid with x2 2AH and 1 4AH battery - shop arround and this isnt such a good offer from argos


Got one for my Dad, he is very pleased with it.

Makita CLX201AJ 10.8V Twin Pack With Drill Driver & Impact £99.99 delivered @  Toolden
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Drill does not have hammer function. Models DF331D and TD110D are both new 10.8V platform models. Succeeding the DF330 and TD090D they now come with slide on Compact eXtreme Tech… Read more

How much?


Just bought a 12v Milwaukee Impact driver with brushless motor and its the same power as my 18v Lithium Hitachi!! half the size too really impressive


Calm the knickers down. (y)


I wasn't being an arse purely stating the nature of some people on here?


Don't be an arse? The question is poorly asked, yeah, but the question is a fair one. He or she is simply asking what would one expect from those differences of power.

Makita 154z Impact Driver body only- £99.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Great impact driver with adjustable speed. Been waiting for this to drop back to the £100 mark for a while now and perfect with the £30 3ah battery currently at amazon too! Free … Read more

Makita impact gold bits but get the one with the magnetic blue collar too. I have this one and it's great for holding the screw in place


Cheers all, I've found I'm obliterating everything I have and killed the screws along with it, I suspect it's non impact bits


You said that right! Its not all about how cheap something is considering its over inflated original price. it's about value for money 💰!


The only impact bits I’ll use are these - Makita B-39182”Pz2-50 Gold” Double Torsion Bit - Multi-Colour They’re brilliant and you can get them in packs of 10 too.


Honestly best buy for that $$, full set always handy and strong magnet holds screws securely.... U cannot go wrong with them ;)

DeWalt DCK211D2T 10.8V Li-ion Cordless Compact Drill Driver and Impact Driver (Twin Pack) amazon warehouse deals like new
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
ok sadly only one of these.cracking price. a further 20% will be taken off at checkout to take price to 97.47 delivered.
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For anyone else that picked this up, the listing says that belt clip and magnetic bit holder are included but they are not in the box. I got in touch with Amazon chat about this and they agreed to refund me £14.95 For the inconvenience. Took about 2 minutes to get resolved and brings set down to £85. :D


Absolutely, it's what you get used to I suppose.


My lads love them but everyone to their own choice of tools.


We have these and no one uses them.


Try one of these either corded or battery.

1 More Triple Driver Earbuds £74.99 Amazon Prime Day
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Amazon Prime Day Deal. Good price for these fabulous in-ear headphones Also £45 in amazon marketplace with 20% of at mo… Read more

Ok first day of use and I have to admit I like the sound signature of my old original gen 1 rha ma750s. These are definitely warmer and bassier which I like but overall things sound cheaper.. lower quality. I dunno if that's just me hearing the real quality of streaming Spotify or if I need adjustments with my EQ if that's even a thing (don't think I've messed with one). Does after driving these thru get diff results? Otherwise I'm gonna return these and get the new 750s for the same price that will hopefully not tear apart where you tuck the cable behind your ears cause they redesigned it.


Just love the airplane headphone Jack adapter!


wow, the packing much worth £40 at least.


You won't regret it, it's unbelievable how good these are for the price. Just make sure you fit the right size tip or they can sound shrill


heat added, theres a lot of positive reviews for these so going to give them a try. A common post (on here) to mention the Xiaomi Pro HDs whenever these are mentioned - but I've yet to find any reviews that give a detailed breakdown between the two. Conflicting reports on which one people prefer - i've seen comments on both sides.

Bosch Drill Driver £49.99 @ Amazon (Prime Day Deal)
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Bosch GSB 10.8 2-LI Professional Combi DrillThis high performance, compact and versatile combi drill makes easy work of driving screws and drilling into wood, steel and masonry. P… Read more
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yep, you're it, but hey, keep dreaming at least that costs nothing (lol)


Theres always one! (lol) (embarrassed)


used on maintenance contracts? warranty void, 9 years everyday rubbish, lots of trades use bosch tools. Most tradesmen actually use dewalt, Also go have a look at axminster tools, click their power tools and you will see lead page bosch blue. Never mind, save your pennies, one day you might be able to go blue too. (lol)


Calm down audievo, stop throwing a paddy Last Bosch green went 9 years used everyday on maintenance contracts.. And for your info Tradesmen don't use Bosch tools, most tradesmen use Milwaukee, Makita, De Walt, Metabo, Festool, virtually no tradesmen will use Bosch tools, you'll get the odd one here or there but most tradesmen stay well clear of Bosch


That's just it, job wont be done. It's an inferior tool, ask any tradesman. Your warranty doesn't cover everything.

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