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Bosch 0603130070 EasyImpact 550 Hammer Drill, Green, 12.5 cm*37.0 cm*38.6 cm £34 @ Amazon
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Posted 4 h, 20 m agoPosted 4 h, 20 m ago
Almost lowest price its been according to camel The easy impact 550 from Bosch is an easy to use impact drill with a 550W motor for effortless drilling in all materials, including … Read more
s4mri

seems to me that camel isn't working properly. It was posted on 28 dec and I bought one as well for £26

powerbrick

Does that woman realise it's not a hairdryer (confused)

R0ck3r135

eh at least its not a black and decker :D

xybp9

Spokesperson really looks like they know what they're doing...

Bosch Cordless Hammer Drill UniversalImpact 18 V (2 batteries, 18 Volt System, in carrying case) - £79.11 @ Amazon
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
About this item The Universal tools from Bosch – versatile and strong with intelligent solutions for bigger projects Right amount of power for every task: 3-in1 that can be used f… Read more
davep393

Had the older looking one (psb 1800?) for years. Got to the point that smoke started coming out the back so it's been retired and replaced with a Makita. That said its a good drill, and was more than good enough for most household jobs.

rock2007

Paid £60 2 years ago. It is ok for light jobs. But wouldn’t pay £80 for it.

fergies_army

Great drill I owned my for about 4 years, it got battered, handled everything I threw at it. 4 years later I sold it for 20 quid less than I paid for it.

nevakillmonkeys

100%

Scale70

I'm another one who bought this for £60 so it might be worth holding out for another deal later. Having said that its a great drill and i've now got a few of the 18v batteries and tools and have found them all excellent, so even for £80 its probably worth it as it includes 2 batteries. (although the 2.5mah batteries are only £30 right now).

Bosch 0603130070 EasyImpact 550 Hammer Drill, Green, 12.5 cm*37.0 cm*38.6 cm £40 @ Amazon
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
£40 is quite a great price for a Bosch hammer drill. It's entry level but should do for most simple domestic needs.
ses6jwg

Pay a bit more and get the £50ish sds from screwfix, titan i think. Its an absolute beast

trex

No

powertoolman

Is it really worth buying this over a cheap SDS drill?

morillo1976

Same as that. Still sitting in its box with seal intact. Bought as a back up.

nitro228

Nearly always this price, often cheaper. Green Bosch is pretty pants these days

Dewalt DCD796N 18v XR Brushless Combi Hammer Drill (Bare Tool) - £62.70 delivered with code @ FFX
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
**Code DWT215 brings it down to £62.70, credit to @Flash_121 & @Frank30uk ** This is a fantastic little drill. Bear in mind this is tool only so you will need to get your… Read more
crow99

Purchased this from these guys along with a Tsak case for £73. Came next day and included the metal clip and screw head attachment. Great service well recommended, partnered this with the impact driver set from Toolstation and only wish I would have got them 5 years ago!

nitro228

I've had all three and you can't really go wrong with any of them. I personally prefer Milwaukee. Dewalt has definitely fallen out of favour with professionals the last few years and the vast majority now use Makita. I'd say Makita is the best quality and Milwaukee the most powerful but for DIY they'd all be ok and would also consider Bosch professional.

nitro228

996 is much better, proper professional drill. The 796 is still pretty good but more aimed at diy so for heavy use the 996 will be better.

michaeljb

Yes the 996 is the full size and this is the compact, the 996 is more powerful but also bigger and heavier.

andywedge

Thanks for posting (y) Your thread has been selected for our Highlights pages (highfive)

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Black & Decker corded 500w hammer drill BDHD-500GB - £19.99 in store Lidl Burgess Hill
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23/05/2021Expires on 23/05/2021LocalLocalPosted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Reduced price for handy corded drill suitable for most round the house DIY jobs. Broke my 20 year old B&D 550w a few weeks back (stupidly tried using a 20mm bit), just bought t… Read more
faceache

just used it a little. Cable is short at about 1.8m but expect that with 2020s value end of range corded items. Variable speed only selected by firmness of trigger pull. Had no trouble with keyless chuck yet. For £20 seems a bargain.

BarnSt0rmer

Yeah that's what I was thing too. "They don't make 'em like they used to", as the old saying goes. Sadly true for lots of things. Stuff's designed to last a year and be replaced.

urbanbushwacker

Somehow I doubt it! the only thing they will have in common is the name? :(

FrankieC

I don't know what they're like now but my old B&D hammer drill from about 20 years ago refuses to die, so if it's even half the drill that is it's a bargain. Heat.

MAKITA DHP453Z 18v Li-ion Cordless Hammer Drill Driver - Body Only - £52.99 @ eBay / thetoolpeople
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
MAKITA DHP453Z 18V LI-ION CORDLESS HAMMER DRILL DRIVER - BODY ONLY The compact DHP453Z features a high 42Nm max torque with 16 position adjustable torque control for uniform resul… Read more
dave_yes

Same here. It's actually turned out to be good value and I won't get rid until it's dead, but it's not a patch on loads of other drills.

Dave077

the former, but it's not like a 13mm bit is a hot knife through butter and 14mm won't work. I've done more than a few 100mm timber holes with the 453, carefully.

Dave077

I've got a really old one of these which just won't die. I have a 482 as well, which is shorter but noticeably heavier. My 482 has a wobbly chuck so I actually use the 453 more than you'd think. If it would just die, I could justify buying a better drill and getting rid of both the 482 and the 453. I use an SDS mostly so it's only getting light use and will probably go another ten years. If you're starting from scratch, avoid this model as said above.

mccririck

Is the drilling capacity the drill bit diameter? Or the depth into the material?

Tyler.Durden

Ordered. Thanks