Previously a hot deal at 99.99 hotukdeals.com/share-deal/3899043 This saves you an extra £4.
Charger available for new £11.75 Or used at £9. DEWALT DCB115 DEWDCB115 DCB115-GB smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01AIOMN8O Or you can get the whole lot for £109.60 (using code crown20) https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/234199613599
Good price, though a bit useless without buying a charger too (unless you're already invested in the DeWalt ecosystem).
Been £2-3 cheaper before, but generally when in sale this costs £135.
Could have picked that up at the time but I had no plans for getting into the Flexvolt system. Oh well maybe next time but I’m after a new driver and impact as my DCS570 is only a few months old.
If you have flexvolt. This is available for £155ish https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/331996822435
Picked up one of these on a previous deal and this is a cracking price. Having run it on a 4.0ah I’ve bought a 6.0ah Flexvolt to pair it with. Managed fine of 4x2 and decking boards for a raised deck but hopefully the 6.0ah will give it a bit more oomph
I finally got to use this. Cutting up worktop for my utility room nd some cover panels. My builder showed me how to use it properly because otherwise I would be in the instruction booklet when I finally get around to it for building garden furniture. Was going to use it for a window seat but as my builder is a joiner by trade hes going to build that too :-) He had a go a go and really like it. Obviously a fresh blade but it worked very well. He still recons a corded saw would do the rip cuts better in 4x6 c24 joists but I'll need to have a try and compare.
Great deal on this brushless model compared to the cheaper 331 model which seems to be only about £10 cheaper. I picked one up the last time it was on sale and absolutely love it. It does eat through 5amp batteries however so make sure you have a couple at least to keep on working. It's only been cheaper once at £126.65 before. Usually hovers around the £150+ price point most of the time when a deal isn't on for it.
I think all angle grinders should have variable speed. I have an el cheapo black and decker cordless & whilst it's not variable the slower speed is better than a bog standard mains grinder for precise stuff like cutting thread bar.
This is the braked version which is a lot nicer to use than the unbraked
I used to do a lot of building jobs in my "youth" and have never been fond of these curved claws in the back, they aren't very useful at all. I mean, if you need to be pulling nails that often you're doing something wrong ...the straight ones are a lot better IMO. A lot more versatile
Estwing`s are nice hammer`s, they do have legs, i`ve had 2 walk out on me, never again (fierce)
" If i had a hammer i'd hammer in the morning, hammer in the evening, all over this town."................ (y)
I picked up the Stanley after my Estwing 'walked' off a job. Really impressed a quarter the price for 95% of the functionality
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.
Still in stock at same price with Prime delivery on Friday, 27 May. (y)
They're common sizes for everyone 😁 They are nut and bolt head sizes for 6mm and 8mm hex heads respectively Hence why the 10mm or 13mm spanner/socket is always the one missing from the box ;) And why it's assumed anyone starting out might want the additional 10/13 open ended combination in addition to a set (y) Likewise the 17mm/19mm combo for 10mm and 12mm hex heads respectively (y) And for completeness,To a lesser extent 7mm/8mm combo for 4mm and 5mm hex heads respectively (y)
sold out for me :(
I got one from when that was posted and thought I'd missed out when I saw this deal that gave an extra 4 spanners. (annoyed) However, it's not as the same type as the previous deals that have been listed for 11 Wera Joker spanner sets like this one here - the difference is they've got the rachet system that this one doesn't. (y)
Thanks, I wasn't sure if it was a common size for an electrician or plumber.
I have both and honestly can't tell the difference!
brushless will give better battery life but will cost a bit more. In the long run, I like that more as you can add a smaller battery that isn't so heavy. Electric brake is also a nice feature. so yeah go for it :)
Is it worth paying bit more for the DTD153Z ?
Mine just keeps going and going. Well recommend. Puts home 250mm screws through two sleepers as easily as a few drywall screws into plasterboard.