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Impact Driver Deals & Offers

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Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Deal back on. Fantastic set CNC precisely machined bit with a torsion zone to absorb peaks in torque. Allows optimum bit flex for maximum life in Impact/High Torque applications. … Read more
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Should be called Milwaukee camout.. Absolute junk the milwaukee bits are. Like something from poundland


Ordered yesterday, delivered 22hrs later. Decent little box and magnetic attachment.


This is not a genuine DeWalt item, just crossed referenced it with their database


Well I certainly learn a lot from a lot of experienced people here. I love it. Ultimately you have to make up your own mind, but you'll have a much much better starting point than you otherwise would.


Discussions on tools are great! "This is the best," "no this is the best and here's why," "yeah well I've been using these for years and they have no equal" and so on and so on. 😁

Parkside Cordless Impact Driver from Lidl. max torque 180NM- body only £19.99 Lidl
30/06/2018Expires on 30/06/2018Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Battery and charge for extra 1799. so total for £38 . The Parkside Cordless Impact Driver is an invaluable DIY tool that can be used to either loosen or drive screws and bolts. Fe… Read more
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No, I have a worx drill and the parkside jigsaw and the batteries are different


Anyone know if the batteries for this will fit this?


Apart from the slight possibility this deal may be seen as a repost I’m surprised the cold votes. A 180nm impact driver with battery and charger all for £38 is a good deal in my book. Heat op.


Theoretically yes... all depending on their tightness, as this is quite low powered (in the great scheme of things ! )


No for that you need an impact wrench.

KATSU Reversible Impact Driver £5.99 delivered @ eBay /AIM tools
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Fully reversible action (clockwise/ anti-clockwise). Complete with 4 bits (2 x slotted, 2 x crosshead). PH2, PH3, slotted 6mm and slotted 8mm.Length: 170mm. Metal storage case.

Pozidrive impact drive bits start from 99p on eBay. Where's the problem?


Ordered thanks OP.. Needed one of these a few weeks back when I did the discs and pads on my daughter Fiesta.. Heat added..


why not


much greater impact therefore yes others will fracture


Do you need to use special impact driver bits ?

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Lidl 20v Range : Inc Parkside Impact Driver (bare) £19.99 June 24th + more
Refreshed 21st JunRefreshed 21st Jun
Its back, lidl are doing their 20v li ion range again on Sunday 24th of June and looks like they are available down south this time. They have the; Impact driver £19.99 Sabre saw … Read more
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Picked up impact driver, sabre saw & 3 batteries from local store. Wanted an angle grinder, but all gone by the time I picked up other stuff.


My local Lidl didn’t stock the batteries at all which is very frustrating!


All good, grabbed a couple of impact drivers this morning from Brighouse (one for me one for stepdad).Plenty of batteries/chargers too. Thanks OP


:) See Ricky302 for examples


Really? I've picked up these tools at at least three different dates, certainly one from two years ago, and the batteries are all interchangeable. They are not interchangeable with the older 18v generation stuff. Give you that.

Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Saw these while picking some stuff up look like a pretty good set for some DIY only 80nm on the impact but should drive any screw you want. Great value kit featuring a drill drive… Read more
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Still on the lookout, eBay has them for £130.50 from FFX after discount but can't help but feel the price is creeping up.


Maybe it's possible i bought a dud, the Erbauer i own is the brushless version which for the most part feels more solid in the hand then the Titans did, bit the electronic brake is sometimes alittle harsh and can loosen the chuck and drop the bit holder at times which is rather annoying, the Stanley drills i got from Argos and as far as I'm aware they are built in China but under licence by Dewalt and they are good quality considering.


I'd say this isn't powerful enough. I've done decking with a Ryobi (220nm) and later a timber frame shed base using a cheaper 150nm driver, both to drive in coach screws into structural timber. The 150nm driver struggled a bit. This one is 80nm so I don't think it'd be powerful enough.


Good spot. The GSB is the hammer drill version. Which I know won’t cut it in the same way as an SDS but hopeful for the occasional job it’ll save getting the SDS drill out. They used to be branded as 10.8v but were switched to 12v. I was annoyed that I missed the ebay 20% off as there’s a seller on there for £134 so would have been circa £107


These are great and will last. Just understand that they are only small tools, made for pillioting and screwing in to softwood. Perfect for kitchen units, ie fitting handles. As for stone they will drill thermalite, but that's about it. Don't attempt anything bigger as you'll just needlessly destroy the drill. They are decent. Not a great deal of difference between these and the same size Makita, Milwaukee ,dewault or bosch. Regardless how good the brand you still need the right tool. So for stone or brick you need a sds hammer drill. For drilling a 10 inch screw in to solid oak you need more torq so 18v impact driver. For bolts you need a torq wrench. A comprehensive kit will set you back about £4000. So for what these are, they are great for this price.

Erbauer Impact Driver Bit 32 piece Set £7.99 @ Screwfix C&C
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
As above. Highly rated driver bits was £9.99. Forged tip for greater impact resistance and a longer lifetime. Specially designed for use with impact drivers. Supplied in a handy … Read more
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Erbauer impact bits PZ2 have lasted me a treat....if these are same quality they should be great


You can't use them without the adaptor if you are using them in an impact driver.


Were you using them with the adaptor supplied in the set?


I would get Wera, somebody above has said wiha but I found them as useless as the Erbauer ones.


Yes I meant impact driver.

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Bosch Professional GDR 18 V-LI Cordless Impact Driver  (body only) £65 @ Amazon Prime exclusive
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
£3 cheaper than the last time it was posted while back. Bosch Professional GDR 18 V-LI Cordless Impact Driver (Without Battery and Charger) - Carton I've bought 1, planning on bu… Read more

But the inlay works for both, you can see the moulded inlay has various contours which allows it to hold different dimension tools as long as the shape is similar, typically a drill will look and be shaped similar to other drills.


I'm tied to a bosch with 2 batteries, So thought il make the addition of this drill. Thanks for your knowledge


OK if you are tied to Bosch 18v, but nothing special otherwise, not brushless and 160nm torque is low compared to Dewalt and Milwaukee who both have brushless models outputting over 200nm for not much more. Dewalt 3 speed brushless impact with TSTAK case (worth £30) for £89


I'm a little confused. The Amazon description says: L-BOXX inlay for tool and charger: 2 608 438 007 The eBay item you posted is: 2 608 43 8019 Also the eBay item description says for Bosch GSR/GSB 18V but this is GDR 18V.


For the L-Boxx 136 Size, I purchased this myself on Friday with two 136 L-Boxx's/es.

DeWalt 18V XR Cordless Brushless Drill Driver & Impact Driver Twin Pack £189.98 @ Toolstation
Found 3rd JunFound 3rd Jun
Dewalt 18V Brushless Drill and Impact driver with 2 x 2.0Ah batteries and a T-Stak box. I've got both of these which were bought separately and it came to way over this. Amazing … Read more

Anyone got any good deals on the XR batteries? I've got the driver and a similar drill plus a few others bits of the dewalt xr kit (all excellent by the way) but I could do with a few more batteries, I don't mind whether they are 4/5Ah or the smaller 1.5/2Ah (I'll just get mor can always charge one while using one)


IMO, I would suggest getting at least a hammer drill i.e. the "combi-drill" mentioned by others here. That is a great deal. Although the 1.5Ah battery is a limitation, if it's just small jobs like putting up a shelf then it should do the job. Main point is at £97 you will never see anything as well made as that metal-gear unit when you walk into B&Q The OP offer for a basic driver and impact driver is a well made product, but as I understand it there is only an appeal in these sets for those who want a mountain of tools, perhaps a real builder/carpenter, for me doing DIY these sets are silly. The impact driver and a combi-drill can do most things, whereas with this set you still need to buy a hammer drill for any masonry work


£167.99 with free delivery.


What is the lowest price posted on here


Not at the OP price, but at the lowest price posted on here definitely.

WORX Cordless Brushless Impact Driver with 2 20V Batteries £129.99 @ Argos C&C
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
As above, was £199.99 allegedly. Decent spec and handy for those who only want an impact driver or to add onto an existing Combi Drill set up. Appears to be a decent price compar… Read more
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Mods please expire it the deal has ended


Not at all, this is an impact driver (y)


How does it compare the ,parkside 12 1.5 drill driver Lidl !


No, the DCB115, the DCB115 is XR EDIT: Sorry, it looks like they did an older version that wasn't, but the current DCB115 is XR.


Assume it's the XR charger - DCB112 not the DCB115?

Found 10th MayFound 10th May
Yes another screwfix deal.. Brilliant dewalt kit, down to £249.99 from £274.99 Free delivery, or click & collect.. Brushless twin kit comprises a lightweight combi drill wi… Read more

Have this, fantastic kit


The drill comes with a box mate which has space for an extra battery so the only thing left out will be the impact driver. But 3ah to 4ah is a good diffrence but in the end its all about personal preference so i understand your point..


.. Of course without the 4ah batteries :-)


Good spots. All in costs £247. I'd pay an extra £3 for the box....


Powertoolworld has it for £84 and powertoolmate is £80.99 here are the links.

DEWALT DCK699M3T 18 V CORDLESS KIT (6-PIECE) £649.99 @ Toolsense
Found 27th AprFound 27th Apr
Bought an Impact bit set from this company received a mail with this deal code. Checked Ebay and Amazon and this seems great price always around £699.99 using google price tracker.… Read more

If only I had £650 to spare :(




Location? ;)


Cant wait for my current kit to get nicked with the recent deals


Yes 40 quid cheaper on here compared to tool shed. I ain’t found it cheaper yet (ninja)

DEWALT DCF899P2-GB IMPACT GUN 2x 5.0AH £258 @ Toolsense
Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
This is great price, I’m on a HGV fitters group on Facebook and this company posted deal with CODE HGV but seems to work for all. Love these guns, great torque and 5.0ah batteries… Read more

They’re nicely balanced with the 5ah, I’ve found the 2.5ah lighter but more top heavy on the drill


Are these quite big/heavy to hold if using a lot?


Wow, quite a deal. I paid £148 for the bare tool and I've not seen it as cheap since. So with 2 x 5Ah batteries and a charger that's a great price. For DIY use you probably don't need 5Ah batteries - I use 2Ah batteries in mine and it's never run out on me.

Rudeboywba You need this then (highfive)


Having just taken my suspension apart on my Transporter I want one. However this is a bit pricey for DIY.

Guild 18v cordless combi drill and impact driver kit with batteries, charger and toolbag just £76.99 at Argos ebay clearance.
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
I have a number of Guild tools (previously from Homebase, now Argos) and they have served me very well, standing up to plenty of punishment through a full house refurb without any … Read more

OOS now. Expired.


I just checked and still available for me. Maybe they found more stock?


I have both. Both good and most of the time I prefer the Guild as it's lighter to use. No doubt the Ryobi would be better for the jobs which need more 'oomph', but how often is that? Ryobi more than twice the price too.


Soooooo far from it.


Well I've just bought a set so thanks to the op!

Erbauer ERI742KIT 18V 2.0AH Cordless combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack £119.99 delivered or C&C @ Screwfix
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
As above, Not a bad price for the set with 2 batteries, Charger & Case Was £149.99 Great reviews Versatile twin pack comprises a compact combi drill and robust impact dr… Read more
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Doubt it, buy yourself a cheap SDS


For fixing plasterboard, you can get a plasterboard fixing bit for the cordless drill, which attempts (albeit badly) to replicate the function of a drywall screwgun. Wouldn’t suggest anyone try fixing plasterboard using an impact driver as it will quickly punch screws straight through the paper face of the board, losing almost all of the fixing strength and hugely increasing the chance of the board coming loose of the fixing.


Impact drivers are poor,tool mine back twice and exchanged for bosch set no problems since


Think you're being sucked in by the name - drill has no hammer function, only 1.3Ah batteries and only 10.8v. Yes, DeWalt are good quality, but the Erbauer easily out-performs this.

Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
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

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 £10 for 2ah batteries

matthewnunn1986 Better batteries


It’s going to get cold me thinks

Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Seems a good price for a basic set, comes with two batteries
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err, okay then :/


mine did it with no hands (highfive)


Definitely the battery? Have you tried with another battery? You will notice a difference as the 10.8v DeWalt impact (DCF815) isn't as powerful as the 18v Makita DTD146. Makita LXT 3.0Ah Batteries are around £40 new.


Thats not the point that you put across, what you said was 'Isn't it a little pointless buying a driver and impact driver?' , and I attempted to answer that question and put the point across that they are 2 different tools for different tasks. But to address your new question 'why do I want a 10.8V driver when I can do the same with my hammer drill?', there's a place for smaller, lighter drivers like I've mentioned previously, particularly when in tight spaces, or up a ladder where through prolonged use, the lighter tool will be noticeable and make for an easier job. Totally agree re interchangeable batteries, and for your average household, an 18v combi/hammer would tick all the boxes, and be useable in all tasks, couple that with a matching impact and you've covered all the basics, BUT try installing a new kitchen with only an 18v combi, you'll manage but will constantly be changing drill bits and screwdriver bits every couple of minutes. There's a reason tradesman have multiple tools for varying tasks, 10.8/12v smaller drivers for tight spaces etc, 18v combi for up top of the scaffold to save taking more than one power tool up there, 24v SDSplus for drilling into that concrete lintel, impact for removing stubborn screws and longer deck/fencing screws, but for most households its overkill, but don't knock them as 'underpowered' just because you don't see/have a need for them.


Thought of doing that, but there is an aspect of laziness on my side, but will have a look at it now you mentioned it. Thanks

Workzone 18v cordless Impact Driver kit with 2x 1.5Ah li-ion batteries, charger and nylon carry bag:  just £49.99 at Aldi from Thursday 12 April.
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
It's on the Aldi site now - here's the link: And this is it: I just picked up next week's deals f… Read more

Not the best photo, but that's the chuck sleeve pulled forwards (this one latches open, but most are just sprung), and the next photo shows it returned to default position, locking the bit in place.


I'm confused. Are you saying you've tried the Wickes one again, and it locks? Or are you saying the DeWalt, Makita and Bosch just held it in by magnetics? If the latter, they may well have done but that's not how they're designed to work, those three will all have locking chucks also. In fact if you just insert the bit without locking it in you'll probably just damage the chuck, as the bit will sat on the locking bearings and they'll take the brunt of the force.


Tried it with a DeWalt 50mm bit holder. Also tried the bit holder with a DeWalt, a Makita & a Bosch impact driver, also on display. All held it.


To be honest I'd expect nothing less for the money in terms of reliability. As regards to the chuck though it's likely to a locking chuck, I don't believe I've ever come across an impact driver with a magnetic chuck. If you happen to go back in, try pulling the outer sleeve of the chuck forwards and putting the bit in, then let the sleeve return. I'd be surprised if it isn't. Also this will only work with a 50mm bit or a bit holder, as 25mm bits don't have the notch at the bottom to which the chuck locks into.


The Wickes has got two drawbacks: the jaw doesn't hold bits i.e. it's not magnetic (I checked a display model after ready a report on another subject), but more damning, many people complain that it just stops working, irrespective of battery charge, while others say no problem.

Hitachi 18v Combi Drill/Impact Driver £119.96 @ Costco Instore
LocalLocalFound 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Hitachi 18v Combi Drill and Impact Driver including 2x 1.5AH batteries and carry case.



Which store was this in?


Very cheap, and from my experience hitachi make good gear

Makita 10.8v Brushless Combi And Impact Driver And Multicutter And 3 x 2.0ah Batteries And Charger And Carry Case £190.80 SELCO TRADE AND BUSINESS Customers
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Good if you have a business or trade account with them and fairly easy to get an account if you don't. The drill set is usually around £130 with a carry case and 2 x batteries. Th… Read more

Now at a higher price but leave on for all to see as a good deal. £199.99 Ex VAT £239.99 Inc VAT


This is a bargain as it’s the brushless kit aswell. Iv been to get mine today and the quality is top notch as always from Makita and very compact and light, ideal for my job fitting kitchens. It’s replacing the old style 10.8v Makita set which Iv been using daily for around 5 years and still going strong. Thanks for posting

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