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Wickes Rotary Hammer Drill - 1050W £20 Instore only @ Wickes
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Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Free c&c Wickes Hammer Drill is equipped with variable speed control and a 2 speed gearbox. Maximum Diameter (Masonry): 16 mm Maximum Diameter (Wood): 30 mm Maximum Diamet… Read more
crazyg

Thanks for the explanation. I've read a few times just so it makes sense. (y) (y) (y)

crazyg

Agree - There are 5 stores nationally with a total of 6 units in stock (possibly inventory errors). This seems like a good deal for the price but availability means this is only a good deal for 6 people max!

RUSSt

that helped me too ty

ThanksForThat

@crazyg A conventional (cam-action) drill moves the whole chuck back and forth to create the hammer action. That's what the drill in this post is. A rotary hammer uses an electro-pneumatic system to drive the drill bit back and forth within the chuck itself, and they always have an SDS chuck as opposed to a three-jawed chuck. Rotary hammer drills are far superior for hammer drilling, and can usually also be used in hammer-only mode (i.e. without the chuck rotating) for chiselling and demolition work. There's a bit more to the mechanics than that, but that's the differences in a nutshell (y)

RUSSt

same here all i know its great for jobs around the house

Bosch GBH 2-20 D Professional SDS+ Plus Rotary Hammer Drill £85 @ Power Tool World
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Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
Bosch GBH 2-20 D Professional SDS+ Plus Rotary Hammer Drill Top performance in the compact class FEATURES High drilling rate and 30% higher chiselling performance than other rot… Read more
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fallout51

Same here.

goodallish

I'm a prime member so I think it just comes up as 'exclusively for prime members' when I'm signed in. The deal on amazon has gone now though, there are 2 left and have gone up to £97.77

f4se8ook

have to be a prime member

Namrofni10

How do you find the prime exclusive deals? Is there a specific section on 5heir website

goodallish

Good find!

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Bosch PSB 650 RE hammer drill - £34.99 @ Amazon
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Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
These are being discounted down from the retail price of £59.99 as a new model has now been released. From what I have read this model is better than the one replacing it Product… Read more
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Rob.Stewart

I've been trying to kill one of these for years. I want to buy bosch blue, but it refuses to die!

sinxa

Cheers, father in law showed me how to use a hammer drill to put up a blind as I struggled with a normal drill because of the cement block. Will come in handy for putting up blinds and curtains in future.

Goose74

cheers, ordered

PhilK

I wish German tools like Wera Wiha Gedore Hazet Knipex NWS Stahlwille etc would "flood the market" with cheap tools. Unfortunately they're expensive because they ARE good (like British tools USED to be before Thatcher & co helped them close down and get made in China - resulting in them closing down permanently whereas the germans realised that supporting their goods theres still demands for QUALITY not cheap rubbish. Note, we rarely see Japanese hand tools which are high quality too in the west - they don't need to. They sell well at home as did British made tools until late 70s when Thatcher came on scene)

bbaa

GERMANS FLOOD MARKET AGAIN

Got Water hammer get this  £21.99 collected @ screwfix
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Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
My new LG washing machine makes such a racket with the cold water feed pipes banging just fitted one of these and peace again reigns Professional water hammer arrestor that quiet… Read more
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sul

why is this even posted? can be had cheaper and cheaper still on trade!

rickj

The pipes are clipped as far as the ones I can see.As for the correct terminology who cares it cured the problem .Just putting my experience out there it may or may not work for others but it's a 2 min process to see if it helps and cost nothing which is kind of what this site is about

Broxy

umm..your not turning down the pressure your turning down the flow rate...not the same thing.

upcreek246

Pipe clips won't stop water hammer, they will only stop pipes banging. Turning down a stop tap will not reduce the pressure but will ease the effects of the water surge filling the system each time an appliance or tap shuts. A vertical capped off peace of pipe fitted adjacent to the offending appliance will do a similar job. Air traps in the vertical when the system is filled and will act as a damper. Saying that air will leak into the system over time meaning the system will have to be drained and refilled for eg. Inside these hammer arrestors there is normally a piston with seals to stop the air on the pressurised side escaping. The thing to do is investigate whether you have banging pipes or water hammer.

AlanR75

Tackle poss airlock first open taps lowest first open all flush out airlock

XU1 500W Hammer Drill £15.95 @ Homebase (free C&C)
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Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Free C&C. Ideal for drilling into timber, plastic and metal and hammer drilling into masonry products such as brick, concrete and masonry. Its variable speed dial and adjustab… Read more
ADirtyOldClown

Thanks guys for the views,I appreciate it! will check the titan one as mentioned as with getting somewhat sparks of decent weather it's giving me a day to get my hands nice and dirty and all done! Drill bits aren't the issue, just the bricks are some damn good old solid ones! Built better than I am it seems. The drill(s) I have at the moment are plenty old and do the job of putting shelves and what not up but never had to pierce brickwork.

healthandsafety

Sounds like you need to invest in some quality masonry drill bits,get along to Screwfix, speak to the staff and they will sort you out 😁

GDB2222

An SDS drill will do what you want. Getting a decent one that's not too heavy for £40 May be a problem. Theres a Titan one at Screwfix for £50 that is rather heavy but extremely powerful.

Gareth79

I'd agree that for drilling into brick or concrete blocks then SDS is worth the extra money, and *definitely* if you are drilling larger holes (more than rawlplug sizes).

Bossworld

There’s a Bosch green SDS that’s usually about the £40-50 mark when on offer. Having struggled on putting some units up in my garage using my 18v cordless hammer, I went out and bought the Bosch and it was like a hot knife through butter. Horribly loud and destructive lol

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Stanley FatMax Cordless Hammer Drill with 2 18V Batteries at Argos for £74.99
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Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
Looks like last months deal is active again. Also, the higher spec 2.0ah still has dropped to £89.99 as well http://www.argos.co.uk/product/3338762 This hammer drill feature… Read more
creat2000

Bought the Bosch psb1800 with two 1.5ah batteries couple of weeks back for £66. Not opened it. Not sure whether to return and get this instead or the brushless one from b&q for £100. Any suggestions??

rxylab

For anyone struggling to find the correct website for the extended 3 year guarantee: http://www.stanleytools.eu/3

DeanJones

Cheers bought the 2.0ah £89.99,have some HEAT (highfive)

rikkif1990

So is this better quality than the Bosch that's available around the same price? Every drill that's posted seems to attract negativity in some way and it puts me off. Who cares if it has the same mechanical parts as another drill?

spannerzone

A tumble drier. Seriously though, are you drilling into brickwork? Almost any drill would do and get some decent drill bits. If you drill once a year I'd get a mains powered drill for £35. If you're into DIY then this drill is a good choice

Estwing E3/20s Straight Claw Hammer - Vinyl Grip 20oz - £22.95 @ Amazon
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Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Arguably one of the best hammers out there at a great price.
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jonbee56

... back in stock and only 2 left

visitor33

will expire as the price went up, congrats to those who managed to get one!

lmukuk

Now on back order 9th June at £29.95..

sicklysweet

Having used one of these, I have been converted from 'why spend £20 on a hammer when you can get one for £5' to 'buy a decent hammer and the job is so much easier and more pleasant, plus it'll last a lifetime'. Amazing hammer. We had two wine racks to put together, with what seemed like hundreds of pieces of wood and metal. The one put together with this hammer took half the time compared to the one put together with a cheapo hammer. The handle didn't reverberate so much, there was more force per hit due to the superb weighting of the head and it was apparently an altogether more pleasant experience. I never thought I'd be a hammer snob, but I now am converted to Estwings.

confusedx

just the thing to bludgeon the wife with

Bosch EasyImpact 550 Hammer Drill, £39.99 at amazon
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Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
Rated power input: 550 W Output power, (max): 370 W Rated torque: 1.2 Nm Stall torque in accordance with EN 60745: 11 Nm No-load speed: 50 – 3.000 rpm Impact rate: 33.000 bpm … Read more
ThanksForThat

Either, but you typically only find hex-shank on smaller diameter drill bits (apart from the likes of spade and auger bits) and cheap one's aren't that good, so you're as well with cylindrical.

wakkaday

What drill bits fit in these hex or circular

ThanksForThat

As above (y) Makita 16mm max in masonry

paulbohs

Max 10mm concrete, didn't even know they had max sizes. Need one for 12mm to put up a climbing wall

ThanksForThat

I'd put another £15 to it and get this Makita personally- more power, better warranty, better brand. But to be fair it's not my money: https://www.diy.com/departments/makita-mt-corded-240v-li-ion-percussion-drill-m8101k/1615513_BQ.prd

Cordless Black & Decker Hammer Drill £46.74 with code @ Robert Dyas
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Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Been looking and looking for a decent make cordless Hammer Drill. Didn't want pay anything towards £100. With 15% off I ordered this drill for under £50 with free cluck and collect… Read more
ssc1

10% cashback at halifax rewards.

ThanksForThat

If this is anything like it's predecessor I'd avoid it like the plague, that was the worst drill I've ever used.

dorrick

The one from Studio is not a hammer drill.

Rotary Hammer Drill - 1050W for £20 @ Wickes instore only
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Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Earlier this morning I came across this hammer drill from Wickes in their big sale bonanza. If I didn't already own a nice drill then I would get it, wouldn't you? Wickes Hamm… Read more
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ThanksForThat

Bit late on this one, but that's not a rotary hammer drill, it's a conventional hammer drill. The photo and description clearly show it has a three-jawed chuck; rotary hammer drills have an SDS chuck, which is intrinsic to their design.

Gazz59

Yes, better than Argos... Simple Value Range Hammer Drill - 500W by Simple Value by Argos Cat Nu 710/6062 £14.99*Save £3.00 Was £17.99 (£9.99 when I got it, but I only paid a fiver) or THIS Wicks Rotary Hammer Drill - 1050W for £20 @ Wickes in store onlyORWickes Percussion Hammer Drill - 750W Product Code: 195535 @ £5.00 In Store Only

danflorin3

Better than Argos huh?

Gazz59

I had to check the DATE B4 I made this comment, just to be sure it's NOT April 1st...A Hammer Drill for a FIVER? (Lower wattage option) Worth it, if only for pilot holes in wood, and/or perhaps as a screwdriver (as is the case with my £10 ARGOS version, if yer careful...no Torque settings) or just curiosity? HELL at these prices, there disPOSable. With my ARGOS drill, I didn't expect sparks to fly... (shock) literally, the first time it was used, but that unit was replaced without fuss, and the replacement has been fine ever since.

500w Hammer Drill £14.99 @ Argos C&C
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Refreshed 19th MayRefreshed 19th May
As above Not a bad price compared to elsewhere for a 500w Drill. The 500 watt motor provides plenty of power, making it ideal for homeowners and DIY enthusiasts. Great value, th… Read more
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mkh93

Returning mine. could not drill my concrete wall. Also the depth gauge was missing from the box.

wakkaday

do you need any aditional adaptors for this? does it access hex and cicular drill bits

Dekard97

Good man (y)

mikebo1

I just screw up my face, squint a bit, clench my butt cheeks and drill. Its worked so far.

predatormc

I agree it’s cheap but after a good number of poorly drilled holes in brick I threw it out and got a £30 bosh one with a better chuck that performs so much better. The teeth on the chuck key also rounded off really easily.

Makita XPH07Z LXT Lithium Ion Brushless Cordless Hammer Driver Drill with Tool , 1/2-Inch 192.88 USD = £143 delivered @ Amazon.com
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This is the top of the line Makita DHP481Z, but they call it the XPH07Z in America. The price of 192.88 USD (£143) includes delivery to the UK as well as import taxes. You can’t bu… Read more
krisward7955

If I’m spending this much on a single combo-drill I would consider the 4 mode impact driver. It’s an impact driver with 140nm of force plus a combo drill all in one. I use mine everyday and it never skips a beats. Only down side is having to use Hex Shank bits for everything. Or get a Hex Chuck

scoobydoo888

Hot deals us ? Or uk

gunther

Cheaper here https://www.frankhoward.com/mobile/product.php/section/10255/sn/MAKDHP481z with free delivery and UK stock

tygar2

Totally agree. Not worth the hassle, potential warranty issues and currency flactuation lottery for just a tenner....

twix41

Cheapest I can find is £154, would rather pay that and not worry about them questioning the guarantee if anything went wrong, heat though as it is cheapest.

Stanley FatMax Cordless Hammer Drill With 2 18V Batteries - £74.99 @ Argos
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Found 9th MayFound 9th May
Stanley FatMax Cordless Hammer Drill With 2 18V Batteries 18V battery power.Variable speed.Max speed: 1500rpm.Forward/reverse function.Fully charged in up to 1.5 hours.Charger inc… Read more
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dave7

...Gone up to £99 now. Hopefully back down again after the bank holiday. Otherwise I can get one from B and Q with the OAP discount for £90 (or £85 with the £5 introductory discount perhaps).

mxer450

Pay the extra and go for the 2ah one. £15 no brainer here's some reasons why Metal chuck Metal dewalt gearbox 2 speed 2.0ah batteries Battery health monitor Led lightning Magnetic screw holders on top All important belt clip/hanger (a must)

Bigfootpete

Nice find - this is a good price! Even though the batteries are 1.3ah it is plenty for the D.I.Yer

grzegorz_007

Good drill still remember prices last year at homebase that was bargain

rwilts

I have the 2v battery version for two years and it's been great . I would say that it was £85 two years ago . But I don't have a time machine so heat

Dewalt DCD795 brushless hammer drill 18V with 4Ah battery - £119.99 @ ITS
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Found 9th MayFound 9th May
Best price I have seen for this drill
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youknowwho

Some awful reviews about customer service on trustpilot for ITS themselves

lightbulb

Just gone for this after a recommendation in the other Dewalt thread! Thanks!

Bruce_Dwayne

What a tool! (I’m referring to the drill, not the OP (highfive) ) I bought this very drill from Screwfix 2 years ago for £149.99 and haven’t regretted it. Mine came with 2 x 2.0Ah batteries but I would have preferred a single larger capacity battery like this one has. Great price and great find, OP. Hot.

Veles343

Ended up getting this one. Not used it yet but had a play and seems solidly built

matty_hunt

Brushless, 4Ah battery and 66Nm torque. Nice! Id buy it, if I needed yet another drill

Craftright 3.5kg long handle sledge hammer - homebase instore - Yeovil £5
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LocalLocalFound 6th MayFound 6th May
Found in yeovil store at very back, no discount label just priced at £5, scanned fine and from price tag looked nationwide. Now back to finding things I can destroy with it.... MA… Read more
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a2kcollett

I think it probably dates back to the great sledge uprising of 1243

davidclack

I can never understand why people want to smash sledges up, they do no harm :)

a2kcollett

No that’s the smash really hard model

DIYsage

Does it come with Batteries?

Arm and Hammer Total Care - 69p in Home Bargains
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Great price if you like the stuff, find it a lot stronger/mintier than regular toothpaste. Most Arm and Hammer toothpastes can be found in poundland, B&M, etc but for £1, I th… Read more
LJM

Thank you. Have stocked up. Loads in my local HB.

DeWalt Dewalt DWD 530 KS Hammer Drill -pre-order @ Amazon.de - £103.75
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Price includes shipping with Amazon £ to Euro conversion rate. Ships in 3-5 weeks. Price on Amazon UK £261.
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twinkle

Price over £200 now

m5rcc

And I assume it comes with a Euro plug?

GDB2222

It depends what you're going to do with it. An SDS drill has a certain amount of play in the mechanism - it's inherent in how the drill works - that makes it unsuitable for accurate drilling, particularly in soft materials. OTOH, SDS is great for drilling into very hard materials that an ordinary hammer drill, even this 1300w DeWalt, may struggle with. If I could only have one drill, it would be the hammer drill, not the SDS.

DaChinski

Agree! And you can additionally turn off rotation to just use hammer - for removing tiles (buy a good wide flat bit) or breaking up hardcore. It is heavy at c6kg but it is incredible value for money inc a 2 year guarantee. Don’t get me wrong, I love Dewalt and own loads of their 18v kit - but this is excellent bang for your buck.

deleted1597344

For an SDS you really can’t go wrong with this from Screwfix https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb278sds-6-3kg-corded-sds-plus-drill-230-240v/97533

DEWALT XR 1.3AH LI-ION HAMMER DRILL DRIVER & IMPACT DRIVER 2 BATTERIES £160 @ B&Q
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Again seems a good price for a decent set, this time a little moor oomph with the hammer drill rather than standard drill driver type drill on the deal I previously posted. £203 o… Read more
chrisstu

The Powertools site also clearly tells you which models the pack includes, unlike either B&Q or Screwfix. I've bought from Powertools recently and was impressed with the service and prices.

matthewnunn1986

https://www.powertoolsuk.co.uk/dewalt-dck2059d2t-power-tool-kit.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjwqsHWBRDsARIsALPWMEPRAeq6ORR6D9jVE9KAnQrNW2TJnRuZxlyQRX6S8Fei8jV5o-WbEBMaAle1EALw_wcB £10 for 2ah batteries

matthewnunn1986

https://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dcz298s2t-gb-18v-1-5ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill-impact-driver-twin-pack/9801T?tc=WA3&ds_kid=92700022882492980&ds_rl=1249796&ds_rl=1245250&ds_rl=1249484&gclid=Cj0KCQjwqsHWBRDsARIsALPWMEOJD0nlVycR2A1USCg19KzuqXtieevRx1dknUp8mweK8PAJnjV2ar8aAmoeEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CMaq3MClt9oCFWkh0wodNY8MBw Better batteries

matthewnunn1986

It’s going to get cold me thinks

WORX cordless hammer drill (bare) just £31.99 (was £59.99) at Argos on clearance (more stock?).  Great reviews!
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I saw this hammer drill ( not the weaker drill driver) on clearance at Argos a few days ago but there seemed to be almost no stock. Just did a quick stock check and all the store… Read more
fulous

(lol) (lol) (lol) (lol)

Besford

You speak through your rear end sir! (annoyed) . PS it's £31.99.

bizzargainhunter

It is if that £10k car without the engine generally sells for £16k. Which drill w/batts are you referring to out of interest, if you're aware of something specific currently available, can u link me up pls? Thanks!

fulous

I only said £39 for a bare unit is not a deal, everything else, thats your interpretation...

fulous

I agree with all you say, I only said the price is not right for a bare unit. I bought a bosch with 2 batteries plus charger plus case, for £42

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