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DEWALT DCH133M1 18V Brushless SDS Plus Hammer Drill (1 x 4.0Ah Battery) £113 @ Amazon
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18v XR Brushless SDS+ Rotary Hammer Drill ideal for drilling anchor and fixing holes into concrete, brick & masonry. Stopping the rotation mode for light chiseling in drywall; tiles and …
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Lol, I was right there at checkout for a while, just waiting for it to go OOS as I have pretty much finished a complete renovation and this would have been fantastic last year but today i am supposed to be plastering and I can’t imagine cordless brushless destructive power is going to do much good to my new walls at this stage (y)


Cannot believe I missed this amazing deal.


Thank God it’s gone or the missus would have killed me! Gratz to those who managed to get it (y)


Looks like it has gone. Congratulations to those who got it.


Out of stock ;(

BLACK+DECKER 18 V Cordless 2-Gear Combi Hammer Drill Power Tool with Kitbox, 1.5 Ah Lithium-Ion £45.99 @ Amazon
Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
A compact two gear combi drill for all screw driving, drilling and hammer drilling into wood, metal and masonry All metal motor and gearbox that deliver 21 000 BPM for hammer drilling in ma…

Would you not be very off getting this instead? Instead of buying the B&D and an additional battery of ebay... https://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-ebcd18li-2-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-ext-cordless-combi-drill/785HF?tc=EB5&ds_kid=92700055256569560&ds_rl=1244066&gclid=Cj0KCQjw1ZeUBhDyARIsAOzAqQKw4i_ZeCXsO-fVi9MdGjNquYywq5mmyGWqyKFx2s-R5_aWr37xHUkaAjJpEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds


What type of gearbox does this have? I'm leaning towards All metal or maybe nylon?


I'll certainly bare it in mind mate nice one


B&D - no thanks!


I've got this drill. It did literally hundreds of screws for decking (1x 3mx3m, 1x 4.5mx5m, 1x 4.5x4m) and is still going strong. Battery isn't bad. I'd recomend, unless you're a pro.

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Makita 3 Function 800W SDS+ Rotary Hammer Drill 240V £99.98 @ Toolstation
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Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
was £129.98 Now £99.98 20% off 3 mode-rotary, rotary hammer, hammer 2.4 Joules of impact Torque limiting clutch 26mm drilling capacity in concrete Includes: side handle, depth stop, c…
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Any good for occasionally Core drilling. Please any advice on


Thanx. I may have considered it but I am gonna stick with the Makita now. More than enough for my home DIY. But really appreciate the thought. This is what makes HUKD great.


Nice. I just signposted you to this https://www.hotukdeals.com/share-deal/3931914, which might be a good alternative if not too late. 2.7J so a bit more effective.


Thanks. I just pciked it up and it is noticeably heavier. I found VoucherCodes have an offer giving £5 Amazon vocuher if you buy 2 items so hopeful I can qualify for that and improves deal even more.


The Makita is quite more powerful 2.4J makita vs 2J dewalt. Heavier too so will chisel better. Since it's cheaper, I'd say it's worth the hassle to exchange.

Hikoki 730W 2.7J SDS Hammer Drill 230V in-store and online £89.98 @ Toolstation
Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
I saw this in store at the Bristol Longwell Green branch of Toolstation - looks like a decent offer - good impact energy at 2.7J, 230v and a decent enough case - what's not to like? Product…
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Oh....... Thanks for that


The dh26 would be a better buy at the same price - it's got more impact energy at 3.2J. it seems to be £106 (not a lot more - arguably worth the stretch!). Certainly looks good and better than other options at this sort of price. Edit - yeah, you're right. 89 at Toolstation too - part no 15560. When in stock, a better buy for sure. The DH24 doesn't appear to have roto stop, so no chiselling (if the pic on Toolstation is accurate!).


I do like Hikoki tools. The dh26 (that I have) can be had for the same price there and there's a dh24 model for £14 less. Not sure what the linked one has that they don't


@PaxAmerica - you might want to check this out as an alternative to the DeWalt


Sds plus even the large titan ones from screwfix will definitely struggle to break some concretes above C25 grade. if you have space to store it and want to own the tool then a fairly low cost DIY solution any SDS MAX drill with rotary stop would be a great option as a lightweight breaker than can also be used for drilling into hard materials, or if you only care about demolition then a concrete breaker is always going to be the superior option. but if you dont have space and think you can do all the work in a few days then just hire a Hilti te2000 or te3000 for about its usually about 50 quid for a few days because you also need to hire a 110v transformer