Hammer Drill Deals

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Bosch PBH 2100 RE SDS Electric Pneumatic Rotary Hammer Drill - 550W - £37 @ Homebase (Free C&C)
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
As above. Good price on this SDS Drill. The Bosch PBH 2100 RE rotary hammer drill is ideal for hammering in concrete, drilling in wood, metal and other masonry materials, or driv… Read more
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pneumatic ???


Wish I had known about this before I bought her flowers!


11 in stock Newton Abbot


None in northern Ireland ;(


Yea sorry if no stock near you there is stock around the country so deal is ok to run just not at every location unfortunately.

Bosch PBH 2100 RE Rotary Hammer Drill for £37 delivered @ Amazon
Found 12th FebFound 12th Feb
Lowest ever price. Powerful hammer drill. The Bosch PBH 2100 RE rotary hammer drill has been engineered from the ground up to take on hammering in concrete and masonry, chiselli… Read more
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Missed it too, John Lewis out of stock at the same price, but Amazon now back at silly price. Thanks for the tip.......


Damn. Missed it


Yes just gone up, was going to get my son one.


Price showing £68.99


Ordered and heat added, great price. Thanks

Workzone 20v Cordless Hammer Drill 2 x 1.5Ah batteries £49.99 delivered @ Aldi
Found 10th FebFound 10th Feb
As above. Specs on this are pretty good - 1 hour charger and 45Nm torque, beats Screwfix’s Titan equivalent and Aldi’s has a 3 year warranty. Worth considering if you are lookin… Read more
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I'm sure it is.


Is that for the hammer drill version though as this deal is?


Expensive, Aldi normally have this on for £39 / £29. Wait for a few months for them to lower the price once again.


I hope this is an improved version of what Aldi was selling a few weeks ago at the same £50 price (similar features and accessories, but with a soft bag rather than a hard case), as the former version felt a bit flimsy and not even on par with say, Bosch Green stuff.

WORX 20V Hammer Drill and Impact Driver - £87.99 @ Argos
Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
It looks like a deal to me...

The spec is for the driver not the drill


yea it is. so i decided to go for https://www.diy.com/departments/bosch-2ah-li-ion-drill-driver-twin-pack-2-batteries/1572372_BQ.prd which has more power.


Sorry bit confused. Its max torque is 107 nm according to the spec?


Good price - hot for that! WORX is an excellent battery platform for all your tools too. However, both tools are quite low on torque - should be fine for light DIY duties though. For more serious use drills need to be 40Nm plus; impact drivers 140/150Nm or more.


The drill is very underpowered at 30nm of torque, just ok for light diy

XU1 900W Rotary Hammer Drill - £36.50 @ Homebase (free C&C)
Found 30th JanFound 30th Jan
collect or delivery available The 900W motor will make easy work of all your drilling needs around the home in concrete, brick and masonry appl… Read more

that's super helpful, as I'm going to be drilling through concrete floor as well, so you've convinced me and I've reserved one, haha


if you plan to use it the odd time would be ideal, i have a good hammer/cordless and a good mains one, neither would drill in my garage floor well they did but not very much because of the stones , but a sds went through easily, i was drilling bolt holes for locks


Thank you for the advice. Anything you'd recommend? I already have a reasonable cordless drill driver with hammer function, so would this drill (or one you recommend) be worth spending extra for use on concrete?


Odd use this would be fine. But a decent hammer drill.would go into brick. This is more for breaking or drilling concrete in the ground


Thinking of getting this for some basic diy use (mainly drilling into concrete/brickwork), is it worth it, or should I go for something more expensive, or even cheaper?

Simple Value Range Hammer Drill - 500W £15 @ Argos
Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
The 500 watt motor provides plenty of power, making it ideal for homeowners and DIY enthusiasts. Great value, this well-built power tool is capable of effortlessly drilling into a … Read more

I've bought one of these 4 years ago as a backup drill and it's still going strong. A slight limitation when going through brickwork on hammer when using larger drill bits however in general it copes with most household jobs.


Strange as there's 1185 reviews on Argos with an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5. But hey, what do they know!? (annoyed) (annoyed) (annoyed)


500W 🤪🤪 good luck getting anything meaningful done with that. An electric screwdriver may be just as good


https://www.vonhaus.com/vh_en/810w-corded-impact-drill?gclid=Cj0KCQiA7briBRD7ARIsABhX8aCu3l-tEpU9v5l5mFEkrXz42WiNlA8-x_BDwswxUzj2QfsJ99pKxmsaAopoEALw_wcB buy nice or buy twice

WORX Cordless Hammer Drill with 2 20V Batteries £57.99 @ Argos
Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
Compact and lightweight, the 2-speed setting and 18+1+1 clutch positions are ideal for a wide variety of drilling, hammer drilling and fastening applications. With 2 batteries you … Read more
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The price is even lower now. £51.99


Nice drill. Worth the buy. Heat


Awesome price for the batteries alone!


I had a ni-cad worx drill and I was really impressed with it until the batteries died. The other worx gear I have or have borrowed has been pretty good too. Have some heat

2 for £38 on Selected Mac Allister tools @ B&Q - EG 750W Angle Grinder + 600W Hammer Drill £38 (Free C&C)
Found 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
Always a good offer when it comes around for DIY projects and what not. There's currently 6 items are in the 2 for £38 offer, not sure if any more will be added. The Get Deal link … Read more

(lol) How I didn't spot this, but so true


Love the photo of the angle grinder. Could they really not put the guard on the right way round?


This offer was on a while ago. I wanted to replace a burnt out grunder I had. Hardly used it in the past so thought cheap would be ideal. In the end after seeing it in store, the size and weight, I bought a Bosch 850. 3 year guarantee and really neat to use. These Mac Allister tools may be cheap but on seeing them you can see why. Not cold though as they will do a job.


Got them last time, all good for DIY


As above, that's a newer model that you've added on the drill there. Try this one :)

AEG 18V Combi Hammer Drill Kit - 2 x 1.5Ah Batteries £75 @ Homebase (free C&C)
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Reserve and collect. Model : BSB18G2-LI-152CUK Limited stock. Compact & powerful for completion of all jobsite applications, 3 mode selector - ease of use between functions a… Read more

It was just an observation. :)


Why is the light in the wrong place then?


Tti? What of it? Some stuff crosses over between brands but most doesnt. And as most people know Milwaukee are class leader's im most battery power tools..


AEG / Milwaukee / Ryobi same company.


Showing as £79 for me. Am I missing something?

Worx WX366.6 20V 1.5AH Li-Ion Hammer Drill @ Wickes - £39
Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
It was available here some time ago but it looks like it is back in stock. The Worx 20V Lithium-ion Cordless Hammer Drill will always give you the confidence to tackle any task. … Read more
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Fantastic drill. I had a Bosch one before and this is miles better. I got two batteries and case with mine.


I definitely wouldn't buy a drill with one battery.


Yeh one battery just doesn’t work out. Unless you only do jobs where you’ll pick it up and put it down. No one wants to have to stop, waiting for a battery to charge. I’ve seen similar prices for spare battery alike aldi & guild via Argos. I have the guild drill and It’s been spot on. Not great for hammering masonry but I have SDS for that


OOS again

Dewalt DCH133M1 18v Li-ion XR Brushless SDS+ Rotary Hammer Drill - £173.99 @ ITS
Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
Save a good few £££ plus comes with battery, case and charger. Model Number: DCH133M1 Barcode: 5035048664575 Key Features Ideal for drilling anchor and fixing holes For concrete,… Read more
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You can buy an sds chuck for £5 you can use it to do with it what you want, they recommend not using it on the hammer setting but for £5 doesn't matter if you break it after a few uses, especially if you're paying £7 for a specific sds bit you're only going to use the once


Definitely. Have one myself. Recommend it.. very easy to use without the wires, transformer, extension leads, etc.


No worries. For casual use around the house Parkside at Lidl sells some decent tools. Not great, but good enough, and the range is great


@Despondent @martynbez Thanks for that exactly the advice I needed!


You wouldn’t use this. You could put an adapter (sds to chuck) but even on the drill-no hammer setting you wouldn’t have torque control. For not much more than the price of the adapter you could get a decent combi drill that would do the job just fine. This is for drilling in concrete and similar materials, period.

Hitachi DH24PX 730W SDS Plus Hammer Drill 240V at Toolstation for £79.98
Found 31st Dec 2018Found 31st Dec 2018
Power input: 730W • 3 mode action: drill, hammer and chisel • One bit push mounting • Adjustable angle for chisel blades . Impact energy: 2.7J. Maximum drilling capacity in concret… Read more

£4.99 cheaper at Tools4Trade


Good deal. Quality SDS drill at £75, great value. My DeWalt is knackered, might have to invest.


Happy to help. Figured there might be a code knocking around. Didn't check for cashback though. Might be another few quid saved.


Was just about to post this :)


5 off https://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/5-off-40-spend-promo-code-3154374

WORX WX318 810W Hammer Drill @ ebay/positecworx for £29.99
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
The WORX 810W Hammer Drill with keyless chuck and metal gear housing is a lightweight, durable and reliable drill. It tackles masonry, wood and metal, with ease and has a soft grip… Read more

Yeah it's a wired one


This wired?


Use POWPOW15 to get another 15% off before 8pm today. Gutted as I ordered mine first thing this morning. The code would make it £25.50! A bargain.


Yes you should be able to use this, you would need to get the appropriate drill bit, something like https://www.screwfix.com/p/straight-shank-masonry-dril-bit-16-x-400mm/2144v. It would be much easier with an SDS drill but that is more expensive and would be overkill for one hole. Just take it slowly and it should get through.


is this any good for drilling a 16mm hole through a stone/brick wall that's about 12" thick, and if so what else would i need and is it easy for a newbie to do? my alternative is to get a handyman to do it? i just want to make a couple of holes to run ethernet cable through

Guild 13mm Keyless High Power Corded Hammer Drill – 750W - £24.99 @ ARGOS
Found 27th Dec 2018Found 27th Dec 2018
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee (excludes professional use). This Hammer Drill is high powered and with 750 watts output, is ideal for heavy duty DIY drilling tasks. Designed pri… Read more

"0 - 43200 blows per minute" Hur hur hur......


Got one. They're usually around this price and do the job. (y)

Parkside hammer drill, carry case and a few drill bits & chisels - £35 @ LIDL
Found 27th Dec 2018Found 27th Dec 2018
After posting a few deals for drill bits thought i`d post this which just came live today. I think this is pretty standard price on this drill but just letting those that need a de… Read more

good wee drill, heat added.


Looks alright for the price, not the most powerful ( as far as SDS Drills go ) but for around the house DIY and brick drilling shouldn’t pose any problems. The additional chuck that takes standard drill bits is handy to have too, that alone is £10 upwards and most other SDS Drills don’t include it. 3 year warranty to boot. Heat added.

XU1 500W Hammer Drill £10.50 @ Homebase
Found 22nd Dec 2018Found 22nd Dec 2018
Cheapest I've seen this, and all 5 of my local stores are showing stock. Idealdrilling into timber, plastic and metal and hammer drilling into masonry products such as brick, co… Read more

You can't find a cheaper hammer drill at that price. Good find!


4 in stock in my local...fantastic back up if my primary has a flat battery! Cheers op. Heats pumped!


Looks like a bargain


it’s all about the drill bit


Thanks I have reserved one too , there are 5 now left in Carlisle!. That's my wife's Christmas sorted

WORX 20V Hammer Drill and Impact Driver Cordless Combi Kit £99.99 @ Argos
Found 21st Dec 2018Found 21st Dec 2018
Get all your drilling, screw and bolt driving jobs done with ease. The Worx 20V 2-in-1 Combo kit is great value, containing both a hammer drill capable of fast drilling into masonr… Read more
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New price £87.99


Mm better deal on at B&Q for the same money, Bosch too.


1.5Ah batteries;(


Same price @ Amazon ( if you can't find stock in Argos )

Workzone 18v hammer drill and impact driver £99.99 at Aldi
Found 17th Dec 2018Found 17th Dec 2018
Saw this in my local seemed to be a good price 2 X 18v li-ion batteries Hammer drill Impact driver 1 hour charge

Purchased the blue cordless hammer version of these. Drill seems very well built. However I did return as when releasing the power button on 2 speed. It had a rather viscous jerk and the sparks where a little ott compared to my other black and decker. Don't know if I had a faulty drill or not. Shame I didn't hold off and give this a go.

BLACK+DECKER BDCHD18KB-GB 18V Cordless Hammer Drill with Kitbox and 2 Batteries, 18 V, Black/Orange £49.99 at Amazon
Found 10th Dec 2018Found 10th Dec 2018
The BLACK+DECKER BDCHD18KB-GB 18V hammer drill provides the power and speed to drill into masonry, steel and wood and is ideal for a variety of drilling and screw driving tasks suc… Read more

With two batteries & kitbox it's saying £89.99 now.


I got this last Christmas, has been fantastic Drill. Granted a £150 makita one is probably better, but no complaints from me.




B&D aren't what they used to be. You can do better.


Can't see in the description, but I'm assuming for this price it comes without drill bits? The kitbox refers to the carrying case?

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