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Bosch 18V Twin Pack GSB 18V-55 Brushless Combi Drill + GDR 18V-160 Impact Driver (2x2.0Ah Batteries Charger & L-Boxx) £199 KelvinPowerTools
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Bosch 18V GSB18V-55 Combi Drill & GDR18V-160 Impact Driver (2x 2Ah)This is a *KELVIN SPECIAL* that you won't find anywhere else! This Bosch 18V set contains the GSB 18… Read more

Boach blue are fantastic (y)


Bosch Blue is what I use on the van, and have done with heavy use for the past 5 years. They are fantastic tools. I can only compare them against Makita, as we swapped from one to the other about 5 years ago (and still used in the workshop), and both are good, but Bosch batteries seem to last longer before they refuse to charge I've never used Dewalts tools, but can't imagine they are better than the equivalent Bosch. The linked Dewalt in the post top of thread is not an equivalent set; the numbers say it is actually slightly better, but not so much difference to justify 25% price difference IMO, and this Bosch seems like a fantastic deal. I've said in the past, and will say again it is personally preference, and you could go around in circles with others who prefer a manufacturer, but in reality people (include me) just get stuck using a manufacturer because they have the batteries, chargers etc. In this range, Makita, Dewalt, Bosch, Milwaukee And Hitachi (or whatever they are called now) are all good tools that most DIY users (which I suspect most here are) would be spoilt by their quality over some of the tat at the DIY end In any case, all professional tools have different scales of quality; this is about mid-range with a Metal Chuck & Brushless a real selling point. I was never a fan of the 2.0Ah batteries at first, but have grown to accept them; they charge fast between changes and make a nice compliment to my set. They do drain quicker, but I seem to have so many now it simply doesn't matter (y)


i use dewalt and don't have any problem .i'm think this bosch deal not great,dewalt battery 4.0ah


I use dewalts at work, they take a beating and still power through. They've worked after getting wet and being dropped and knocked about.


I buy the green tools, they are great for DIY. I bought a PSB 1800 LI-2 drill with 2 18V 1.5 Ah batteries for £55 then a PSB 1800 drill with and LI-2 with PDR 18 LI Impact driver with 2 18V 2Ah batteries for £75. I've also got a strimmer and a hedge clippers that take the same batteries so buying the diy ones is a no brainer for me.

Black & Decker 18V 1.5Ah Li-ion Combi drill & impact driver twin pack 2 batteries BCK25S2S-GB £80 at B&Q
Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
I was looking for a kit reliable for my basic DIY and I got this offer at B&Q... I am not an expert but i thought was worthless the impact driver and the combi drill with 2 bat… Read more

Awww there’s no my drills better than your drill comments, I only come to these posts to read those now :(


Online delivery or collect from store?


Getting forced refunds now, the stock count is inaccurate online so a lot of you will never get the item


Thanks OP. Ordered for £75


I've had these for a few years and can highly recommend for DIY use. The impact driver in particular is very powerful, more than most for the price point. Batteries don't last forever when doing a big decking project but fine for most household jobs

Ferrex 20V Impact Driver with 20V Battery - £35 Delivered @ Aldi
Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Saw this just pop on their site, thought it was a good deal with battery. Earlier deal posted was just for the bare uni and came up to £50 after you added the battery and the charg… Read more
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Anyone manage to find a hard case to fit this driver and charger?


Have a look at the comment before mine by @alu355 it had been posted as you said #simples (y)


Cos when I initially looked I could only see the drill. Then I saw the impact driver. Whatever I said ,you said it had already been posted. It hadn't Simples


So why imply in your initial comment that it was for the drill?


In fairness, it has been the direction portable power tools have been going in for the last 10 years. Now that routers, jigsaws, angle grinders, nail guns and table saws can be powered by the same battery, the need for a charger with each tool became redundant. That is all predicated on the fact that you have more than one tool of course. Passing the savings onto you! Though I doubt an impact driver would be anyone's first purchase in any line of portable power tools.

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Aldi 20v/40v cordless DIY power tools bundle (Combi Drill, impact driver, angle grinder, charger and 2 batteries) £125 delivered
Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Having just posted a deal for an Einhell bundle deal of cordless DIY tools for £187 I’ve found out (credit to @mchilli for pointing it out) that Aldi have a bundle of tools com… Read more

Well that was a first for me waiting for Aldi to open this morning, at 10 to 8 there was already a queue, bought 2 of the 20/40v batteries a charger a drill and the grinder, everything performed well and I now have a full set of seats in the car, had no trouble cutting 4mm sheet steel to sandwich the floor pans to spread the load of replacement front seats. Money well spent. I also bought a set of drill bits that claim to need no centre punch and they performed as promised too. Only negative I have is the grinder comes with no case, so I will modify one from an old 240v grinder.


It It says that for the other bits but cant see mention of it for the charger.


In store from Thursday 😁


Chargers out of stock now


Glad I’m not going mad.

Ferrex 20V Cordless Impact Driver £20 delivered @ Aldi
Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Other items needed. Activ Energy Battery Charger - £15 20V/40V Battery - £30 OR 20v Battery - £15… Read more

Respectfully disagree. Cant speak to this particular impact driver but I bought a Ryobi one years ago and found it to be one of the most useful tools. I now have a compact battery SDS drill for drilling holes and an impact driver for screws and bolts. My combi drill hardly ever gets used. I have some impact rated bits, but mostly use standard 50mm bits straight into the wrench an had no issues with bit longevity. Point taken about the noise if you have loads of people working on a site with them, but for most serious DIYers wont have this issue and an impact driver is a great tool to have in the bag (y)


I find the quoted torque figures are false. They cant cope with some stuff that a Makita can which is a lower torque tool. LIDL Parkside are the same!


popped into an Aldi on the way home and both had chargers and batteries (20v) in stock.


I went the route of buying these types of deals many years ago, batteries always end up giving up first and no chance of getting spares after a few years. For the last 15 yrs I been using Ryobi. I picked up a two drill & battery deal years ago from one of the big DIY stores sales and have never looked back. Throughout that time the original Ni-cad batteries have died but were replaced by lithium ions, all of my Ryobi tools are still working and even picked up a 'compatible' battery from amazon which has been very good for a fraction of the cost. The tools aren't pro quality but fine for heavy home use and better than most of these type of deals. The Ryobi impact driver is a beast! plus it has to be more environmentally better to use the same kit for ever!, since using the One+ system I've never had to throw and tool in to landfill.


Don't know, haven't tried. In theory, maybe (yes I know it's an impact driver not a wrench) if the 180Nm is correct and you have a 1/4hex to 1/2sq adapter. I think you'd be better off with a breaker bar though.

Makita DLX2142SM 18V 4.0AH LI-ION LXT Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack - £199.99 delivered @ Screwfix
Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
20% off this makita set seems good value. Makita 18V LXT twin kit containing both a combi drill and impact driver, along with high capacity 4.0Ah batteries. Compact impact driver i… Read more
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damn that's a good deal, brushless or not...


That ones £240 inc vat

mikepugh1981 Same price but think it comes with a better charger


For Plumbfix and Electrifix customers only though.


Code Support10 gets you 10% discount

Makita 18v Cordless Li-ion Combi Hammer Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack Lithium £164.89 at
Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Was looking at buying everything separately but then found this Hammer / Impact Driver kit. Brushed with 2 x 1.5ah Batteries and 60 min charger

Hopefully the feedback in here helps explain why this one was voted cold @RogerBall Thanks for sharing your first deal with the community and i'm looking forward to seeing your next one! :)


Personally I'd spend a bit more and get a kit like this If the 5.0Ah batteries are overkill for you then try and get the individual bits separately. Makita has recently launched a 2.0Ah battery for the LXT range as well - yet to try one but its meant to deliver 50% more run time than the 1.5Ah and charges in around 25 minutes. Charge times for the Makita DC18RC The DC18RC Will charge 18v and 14.4v LXT slide battery's in the below times: 3.0Ah - 22 minutes4.0Ah - 36 minutes5.0Ah - 45 minutes6.0Ah - 55 minutes


G series aka garbage series, avoid. Compatibility nightmare. Go for the 18v LXT. If your budget is tight or for mainly 2nd fix the 12v CXT series would be better than this and similar money.


60 mins to charge a 1.5ah battery? get in the bin.


Avoid 1.5ah battery's

Makita DLX2145TJ 18V 2x5.0Ah Li-ion Hammer Drill Impact Driver Kit Rapid Charger £251.10 FFX ebay
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Makita 18V 2x5.0Ah Li-ion Hammer Drill/Impact Driver Kit DLX2145TJ The Makita 18V 2x5.0Ah Li-ion Hammer Drill/Impact Driver Kit is ideal for professional use and DIYers as it con… Read more

This is for an entry level drill dhp453 which is 43nm torque... the one I posted is heavy duty 82nm torque.


Scewfix has this for £199. Only difference is that it has 4.0 batteries instead of the 5.0 here. Not sure the 1.0 is worth £50. Screwfix


I understand it isn’t brushless, but as someone has said it is a very quick job and couple pound to do it should they need replacing. Plus the main selling point difference is the extra 20nm of torque the makita offers, meaning all masonry drilling will be a lot easier which is what I need for the work I’m to do. Hope all works out with your new toy tho 😁 (y) 🏻


Agree, but missing the biggest difference. My two suggestions are brushless. It looks like the Makita isn't. That's an important spec to disregard (in terms of quality and price). I've just gone with the DeWalt. Got delivered yesterday. It's incredibly powerful


I have to say I prefer Makita. Not that Dewalt or Milwaukee are bad and by and large they are all very close in quality and features, but in the UK Makita have a wider range available from a wider range of retailers and are often better priced. If I was looking at things like portable table saws and other bigger tools I would probably go with Dewalt but for smaller power tools there isn't that bag a difference.

Makita DTD152Z 18V Impact Driver £53.14 with code @ eBay FFX Store
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
It's a cheap 18V Impact Driver from Makita. Body only. High torque, job light, electric brake, brushed motor. Haven't seen this cheaper. Developed for main applications such as ti… Read more

Doesn't really matter to the majority of people. There's a reason trade deals aren't posted.


What are the amazon business prices like. Are they that much different.


Yeah mine came this morning. Watched the postman arrive from an upstairs window and thought he was holding a crudely wrapped joint of meat XD Like you, have tested and seems to be in fine working order.


Just took delivery. Came bubble wrapped in a postage bag so not great at all. But tested and working, with extended warranty registered.


Second that. The Milwauke bits are good and I get mine from Screwfix.

DeWalt DCF887N 18v Li-Ion XR Brushless 3-Speed Impact Driver - Naked Unit - £71.27 @ eBay FFX store
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
LINK - DCF887N 18v XR Brushless 3 … Read more

Is this really worth it why not just use normal drill? I have two Stanley fatmax drills with 4x batteries 2ah but i have two 5ah dewalt batteries that i just have no where to use just occasionally on my dewalt wrench. I just don't want to waste a good batteries..


£85.44 now


Oooh i didnt know this. I hadnt come across this before. Do you have a link


No issue with mine, but apparently the fix is only about £3 (y) (y) (y)


Got mine for £67, hold out kids 😬

DURATOOL D03205 - 10.8V 1.3Ah Li-Ion Cordless Impact Driver - £33.53 delivered at CPC
Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
I posted the twin pack version of this the other day (with a drill/driver) and it didn't get the pasting I was expecting. I've just come across the Impact Driver on its own for jus… Read more

Ecosystem is just marketing, All the big brands sell batterys and body only drills, So Ryobi is doing nothing special, Einhell have the same thing, Your actually better off with the cheaper stuff as a lot of them use the same battery system a lot of the time, And even that Duratool battery looks the same fit as the Worx, Which is the same as Erbuaer and Argos Guild 10v drills, So easier to pick up cheap kits here and there,And I don't think Ryobi are all that.


In theory a corded hammer drill with some quality masonry bits and the driver listed would be good enough for light DIY. If it were me though I would wait for a deal on an 18v Bosch or DeWalt combi drill and invest in one of those. If you feel flush or fancy a new tool add an impact driver to the kit at a later date.


Just tell her you're not feeling well!


My dad gave me his old wired drill which luckily has hammer mode. But a part from that I have power tools. And with the coronavirus the wife is expecting me to do millions of jobs around the house.


This tool is perfect for fitting decking at home. Yes the battery won't last all day but it will get the job done easier than just with a combi drill. It's not going to be much use for hanging blinds unless you have already drilled the holes with something else. Another listing has the drill and impact for about 55 , unfortunately though it looks like it doesn't have an hammer mode so it wouldn't be much use for masonry work. Do you have any kit at the moment?

DURATOOL D03206 - 10.8V 2x 1.5Ah Li-Ion Cordless Drill Driver & Impact Driver Kit £57.58 delivered at CPC
Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
I know this will go cold as it's not a high end brand, isn't brushless, is only 10.8V and 1.5Ah batteries but for under £60 it seems like a bargain and I couldn't find anything sim… Read more

Bugger, I missed that!


16.5% too


Is the drill any good? 14nm seems quite low. Only need it for the odd jobs around the house and installing loft storage baords


Question not directed at me I know, but personally, when using larger screws, l would drill a clearance hole, slightly smaller than the diameter of the screw I was using, in the top piece of wood and a pilot hole in the bottom piece. Prevents splitting, fastens the pieces together tight, and also makes lighter work of driving the screw home. With smaller screws I would just use a pilot hole through both.


Duratool just one of several own brands of Farnell like Multicomp and Tenma. Think there's also a Duratool Pro now. They will just buy in and badge. See OBM (as against OEM and ODM)

Quiet Strike impact driver RYOBI 18V OnePlus tool only R18QS-0 £71.16 delivered @ Manomano
Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
Overview : Presentation: RYOBI 18V OnePlus Quiet Strike impact driver without battery or charger R18QS-0, ideal for fast and fluid screwing. The striking mechanism is surrounded by… Read more

"ideal for fast and fluid screwing" Ooooooooooooooooh naughty


My comment was aimed more at the comments regarding lack of torque. Just add a 1/2-inch x 1/4-inch Impact Adaptor to the wrench and it'll drive large screws into wood etc twice as fast as the impact driver.. I have two Ryobi impact drivers but always end up using the wrench with adapter instead. One of my best Ryobi purchases, and I have many, too many I'm told.🤭


I have the brushless impact driver and drill driver. The impact driver is LOUD but works well. Sounds like a prehistoric woodpecker. I started using the drill driver in the evening to drive screws as the other one's clicking is so loud but it nearly took my hand off at the wrist a few times! Made me appreciate the impact driver (y) P.S. I have the glue gun - got it in one of the Ryobi promotions and it's really useful but not sure I'd pay over the odds for it. Keep an eye out for their promotions


It's a completely different tool for a completely different job.


Looking for one also, found £32.95 but have to pay shipping on top.

JCB Impact driver (Body only) £29.99 at Toolstop
Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
JCB Impact driver (body only) £29.99. I’ve ordered one for occasional DIY use, it should arrive t… Read more

Cheers, been looking for a cheap impact driver for a while.... this will do nicely


I've already looked and they don't.


Cheers ordered


Why not email the company directly, with a photo of your Worx battery and ask them to confirm if they would work or not?


I think so. There's an unnecessarily long video about it here But reading further it seems there are 18v and 20v versions of JCB tools. I have Worx power share batteries and would like to know for certain if they would fit.

Milwaukee M12BPP2B-202C 12V Hammer Drill, Impact Driver, 2 x 2Ah Batteries, Charger £153.89 @ powertoolmate / ebay
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Posted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
im just a home DIYer i do have 18v roybi drill/impact which for gerneral house use is overkill this 12v is much lighter and easier to handle. Milwaukee hammer drill - M12BPD-0 M… Read more

did any get this, i was refunded...


Seller has put their price up for some reason, the code is still valid but they've upped their price by over £800 (lol)


Price now shows £999.99? Has it expired?


It's £150. I would be looking for more than just 30nm for that price.


I can only speak from my own experience, which is automotive, with the 12v range of Sealey tools, I repair and maintain vehicles and the Sealey tools I bought and use on a daily basis are the CP1204 impact wrench and the CP1202 rachet wrench, both 3/8" drive. Both appear to be well made, perform very well and I get good battery life from both. I would say I use the impact wrench more, and usually for repetative things like removing/refitting the numerous fasteners around engine covers and under trays now fitted to modern vehicles, but it easily copes with larger stuff, up to 13mm, and is a great labour and time saver. The rating is 80nm but I find this adequate for a 3/8 drive wrench. I see someone has posted that the Milwaukee wrench is rated at 310nm. While it's nice to have this sort of power you do not need it on a small wrench and will find you will be snapping bolts or stripping threads when tightening them if not careful. I'm not knocking Milwaukee stuff, like you I have several of their tools and they are excellent and have recently replaced my Dewalt 18volt combi drill with a Milwaukee one and I am very pleased and wont be going back. I also have the Milwaukee 18v 1/2" drive impact wrench, the high torque version, which is a beast and will cope with anything, but again you have to be careful to prevent sheared bolts.

DeWalt DCK2062D2T-GB 18V XR Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack 2 x 2.0Ah, TSTAK case £189.98 delivered @ Toolstation
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Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
As above. Price appears pretty decent for this Dewalt Twin pack after £80 off. DCD709 18V XR Compact Brushless Combi Drill • DCF809 18V XR Compact Brushless Impact Driver • Mul… Read more
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Have gone for this, cant wait to play with it when it arrives!


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I ended up going for the other DeWalt set at tool station. Extra £60. Better drill and impact driver. Especially the impact driver as it has precision control for delicate work around the house.


This is a really good combo set, I have theses the but in the 12v had them a couple of years still going strong use them nearly every day with work, i have there 18v as well. I like the 12v for smaller tight spaces. Unless you going to be using and abusing your tool's every day any of the these will serve you well.


Nice find. Heat.

Ryobi R18IDP-120S 18V ONE+ Cordless Impact Driver Starter Kit (1 x 2.0Ah Battery) £95.99 @ Amazon
Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
Part of the one+ system of cordless tools for the home and garden, the Ryobi R18IDP-120S is a high-powered impact driver ideal for screwing and loosening larger screws/bolts. The m… Read more

Are these really that good a deal for a brushed motor? Often seems to be a DeWalt offer of twin pack brushless impact driver and drill with batteries for about 70 more which seems a better deal. Though I guess this is alright if you purely want the driver.


No, this is not a drill (well, you probably could but I wouldn't recommend it)


I need to drill into a brick wall (to hang a dyson charger / cradle thingy in the garage). Will this be able to drill a few holes into brickwork?


I’ve been told a lot the dewalt shave an aggressive stop and manage to undo the chuck in their own. I really like the erbauer set I have, I’m not sure it’s up to the job of progressional tools but it’s perfect for what I needed


The problem with own brand labels like Erbauer is that there are fewer deals around because it's only one shop. You can often pick up good deals on Ryobi stuff through hot UK deals. Also you don't have to worry about them being discontinued like you do with own brands.

DeWalt DCF887N 18v Li-Ion XR Brushless 3-Speed Impact Driver - Naked Unit £68.97 at tool_sense eBay
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Posted 28th AprPosted 28th Apr
DeWalt DCF887N 18v Li-Ion XR Brushless 3-Speed Impact Driver - Naked Unit Great price with the money off promo code :) Hope this helps highlight it. I was looking for a Dewalt … Read more

(y) Up not worth it for normal DIY at home.


I had to google it and read a bit to understand the true benefit and yeah I don't think it warrants me getting one for what I need to do. Main benefits are easier/more efficient screwing and also that its good for removing tough/tight screws.


Have a look on YouTube bud. Much easier to see what the improvement is with driving screws with drivers. Drill is a drill I would go with a Combi :)


Is the purpose of this to screw into hard surfaces such as concrete? Just wondering what situations you would opt to do that in, rather than drill first. Been looking at a combi drill which I think will be most appropriate for my not too frequent DIY needs, but still interested to know.


The 20v batteries are identical to the 18v. Just labelled differently for the american market.

DeWalt DCF887N 18v Li-Ion XR Brushless 3-Speed Impact Driver Naked with flex impact bits included £73.50 @ nehrimtools ebay
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Good deal as the impact bits are usually £4+ DeWalt DCF887N 18v Li-Ion XR Brushless 3-Speed Impact Driver Naked High power brushless motor outputting up to 205Nm of torque ensur… Read more
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Are you referring to the same eBay codes that trigger an immediate price increase by the seller just before the code goes live?




I'm not an expert, take the fallowing with a large pinch of salt. Firstly i would say that this tool needs a battery and a charger to go with it, so factor that in cost wise, and while the bigger brands (Makita, Dewalt, Milwaukee, etc..) tend to be better quality tools, they are pricey if only to be used for DIY, in-fact I wouldn't recommend going with any of them if you only want a couple tools, as the real value comes when you have several tools that share the same battery system. That said this impact driver can indeed do a lot of the tasks of a normal drill, but know its limitations, firstly it only accepts bits using a 1/4 inch hex shank so you cant use straight shank bits, hex bits tend to be a little pricier. Also impacts are a lot noisier than a standard drill. impact drivers have rotational hammer which gives them high torque (good for large fasteners) but no in-line hammer action so not really suited for masonry drilling. TLDR Impacts Pros: High torque, low wrist strain - Great for large fasteners while safer Can drill a lot of the same stuff as standard drill, and in my opinion some cases are faster and even have cleaner holes smaller/lighter than standard drill - gives more control / gets into tighter spaces Impacts Minus: Noisy compared to standard drill Only used pricier hex shanks bits Not as versatile as standard drill Not suited for masonry drilling Best of luck.


This isn’t suitable for drilling, if new to tools you’d be best off getting a drill/driver. Impact drivers are mainly for screws, most drills have high/low speed settings so will be able to drill and screw but the screwing would be done differently to an impact driver


Hi Quick question- I don’t have a drill and I never have had one. I am thinking of getting my first drill I done my research (google) and dewalt and makita is the best I think. I don’t have any tools and my neighbors are reluctant to lend me things (I broke 2 spades!) can I get this and use it as a drill? What about getting this and a cheap screw driver?

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