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DeWalt DCF887N-XJ - 18V Brushless G2 3Sp Impact Driver - Naked Unit £94.99 toolsense
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DeWalt DCF887N-XJ - 18V Brushless G2 3Sp Impact Driver - Naked Unit £94.99 toolsense£94.99 Free P&P Free
DeWalt DCF887N-XJ - 18V Brushless G2 3Sp Impact Driver - Naked Unit Features: High power Brushless motor outputting up to 205Nm of torque ensures heavy applications are completed… Read more
DealHunterChaos

Yes but I am not too sure why. For the odd jobs I do my drill does the job.

aka101

Where?

donkeyoaty

Do you still want one?

DealHunterChaos

I tried to get a 787 for £50 and they were sold out everywhere. Scalpers had them all over ebay and Facebook the next day for sale.

donkeyoaty

*3 Torque power levels

Dewalt DCD796N 18 V Xr Brushless Compact Combi Drill (Naked Unit) £69.99 @ Toolsense
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Posted 4th Dec 2020Posted 4th Dec 2020
Dewalt DCD796N 18 V Xr Brushless Compact Combi Drill (Naked Unit) £69.99 @ Toolsense£69.99 Free P&P Free
Dewalt DCD796N 18v Li-Ion XR Brushless Compact Combi Drill - Naked - Body Only Features: Brushless Motor Technology for excellent efficiency Ultra compact, lightweight design allow… Read more
trex

True.

TopTrump

He's got quite a few vids where he slates Bosch, Milfawkee, Makita and Dewalts. Sometimes he's pleasantly surprised by the choices made where build quality is concerned. Depends which section of the market the item is aimed at. Generally, all the brands seem to be cutting corners over the last few years if they can get away with it, even the brands perceived as the supremos of yesteryear. I couldn't be more pleased by the £120 deal PowerToolMate ran on the DCD796 just prior to Xmas. Combi drill, 5Ah battery, quick charger and case.

VoyP

I've decided to buy Chinese substitute batteries (Waitley) 2x 5Ah £48 from eBay for this drill. Some Chinese branded batteries have got decent reviews and even come out well in some tests. They are less than half price comparing to genuine DeWalt. Bought the DeWalt case for DCD995 from FFX for £11.70, which should fit. Genuine DeWalt DCB115 (4Amp) charger from eBay £19.25. Still a good starter package at under £150. This drill in an of the shelf DeWalt kit with 5Ah DeWalt batteries is £250+.

sab

Same.. Ordered a dcd996 and it won't register on dewalt for the warranty unless its part of a package

educassol

Arrived out of box.(fierce) Also mydewalt does not recognise n model for 3 years guarantee (only nt model) I Registered as nt model anyway.

DeWalt DCF887N-XJ - 18V Brushless G2 3Sp Impact Driver - Naked Unit £87.99 @ Toolsense
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Posted 4th Dec 2020Posted 4th Dec 2020
DeWalt DCF887N-XJ - 18V Brushless G2 3Sp Impact Driver - Naked Unit £87.99 @ Toolsense£87.99 Free P&P Free
DeWalt DCF887N-XJ - 18V Brushless G2 3Sp Impact Driver - Naked Unit Features: High power Brushless motor outputting up to 205Nm of torque ensures heavy applications are completed… Read more
TopTrump

This is showing up as £94.99

mozzer_Morris

I have the dcs 880 which is rated at 203nm. However it is 50/50 whether it will break away a wheel bolt on an ally wheel originally torqued to 115nm. Can't justify the expense of a dcf899 which looks really hefty and gives 950nm of torque. I hope your Makita will be better? Have to use an air gun( that is rated to 480nm) as I've forgotten how to remove wheel bolts without power tools........

educassol

Thank you Probably I will buy the DTW190 and adapter for around £70 for both as the dcf880 is around £115 now and I could not find any cheaper dewalt impact wrench. Thank you.

mozzer_Morris

Yes I have. In short no problems. Adapters for my old DeWalt (bulletproof) kit, circular saw, grinder, angle drill to the latest lithium batteries - been fine no problems Also have an adapter for Ryobi to DeWalt batteries for a small Ryobi router, again works fine. They are cheap eBay adapters but seem simple and have lasted last well for what they are.

educassol

You right. Unfortunately I couldn’t find a dewalt impact wrench for a good price. This week I bought my brushless drill (dcd796) and last week I bought my brushless impact driver (dcf787), charger and battery. I want to buy my impact wrench but I don’t wanna spend over £100 (dcf880n) in a single tool that I will not use often. I found a makita impact wrench ( DTW190 190nm) for £60 and a battery adapter for £10. I know it is not brushless but I will not use often. Have you tried this kind of adapter before?

Dewalt DCB182-XJ 18V XR 4.0Ah Battery Pack £39.99 + £3.99 delivery at toolsense
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Dewalt DCB182-XJ 18V XR 4.0Ah Battery Pack £39.99 + £3.99 delivery at toolsense£39.99£48.9918% off Free P&P Free
Let's power up all those tools you've (I've) bought! The DeWalt DCB182-XJ 18V 4.0Ah XR Li-ion battery is an efficient and lightweight energy source that is compatible with all DeW… Read more
paulhollio

😞

kovitch

I guess you missed the deal. (:I

paulhollio

Showing as £49.99? Have I missed something?

twix41

Anything less than £10/Ah is usually a good price if you can't wait for the odd extreme price drop.

Shawn_Brophy

This is not a bad price for a 4.0 amp

Dewalt DCD796N 18 V XR Brushless Compact Combi Drill (Naked Unit) £69.99 @ Toolsense
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Dewalt DCD796N 18 V XR Brushless Compact Combi Drill (Naked Unit) £69.99 @ Toolsense£69.99£74.997% off Free P&P Free
Dewalt DCD796N 18v Li-Ion XR Brushless Compact Combi Drill - Naked - Body Only Looks like a good price and the cheapest I can find it at the moment.
celeronmanuk

I've expired it. Hopefully it'll come back into stock.

KezzaMcDezza

It’s been OOS since 20m after the deal went up - not sure why it’s still up.

fsd

OOS :(

s87

Jus be aware the second picture on their website is wrong it's the dcd996 on the pic

celeronmanuk

The n means "Naked", so just the drill body, nothing else. This is the DCD796, but just the drill body. Good if you've already got the batteries and charger.

Dewalt DCF887N-XJ - 18V Brushless G2 3SP Impact Driver - Naked Unit - £78.99 @ Toolsense - Free Postage
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Dewalt DCF887N-XJ - 18V Brushless G2 3SP Impact Driver - Naked Unit - £78.99 @ Toolsense - Free Postage£78.99
I want one but not got the money at the minute, seems a fair deal for anyone in the market for one, I know there are a million combinations and variations to these. DeWalt DCF887N… Read more
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Get deal*Get deal*
BattleBeast1

I would not really use this for drilling anything more than a pilot hole...i don't think they are meant to run continuously like a drill can, they are more for short bursts driving a screw in, stop, drive in another screw. There's loads of reports and videos of these heating up and even smoking but the idiots are drilling 30mm holes into oak beams with auger bits in a 1/4" chuck!, it's simply not made for that. I'll be driving screws with mine, if I want to drill a hole I'll use my drill.

BattleBeast1

Arrived an hour ago, only ordered on Wednesday.... Everything all present and correct, sealed and not messed about with, very happy with it and I. T. S (the shop/seller) quick service and delivery via DPD... £155.99 + £7 for N. Ireland delivery.

Steve_Marks

This company is legit I ordered yesterday and it arrived today Royal Mail 24 the impact driver is the real deal brand new not a rework however it arrived without a box of any kind simply wrapped in a bit of bubble wrap in a poly mail bag (annoyed)

jrdld

Plus, even for driving screws, an impact can be too much. Power is nothing without control. This guy explains it well. Still, this gets heat from me for the price, and the Toolsense name is familiar. Maybe through ebay?

BattleBeast1

It was £7 extra postage but still cheap... Apparently its been dispatched already.

Dewalt DCD796P2-GB 18V XR Brushless Combi Drill. + 2 x 5 Ah Lion Batteries £194.99 delivered @ Toolsense
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Dewalt DCD796P2-GB 18V XR Brushless Combi Drill. + 2 x 5 Ah Lion Batteries £194.99 delivered @ Toolsense£194.99 Free P&P Free
This deal has 5ah rather than the 4ah batteries in the other excellent deal. They last longer and therefore cost more Free fast delivery The DEWALT DCD796 XR Brushless Compact C… Read more
Nickofh

I think some people look at the deal and think , last week there was a deal with a DeWalt drill and two batteries for £120. They might not realise that this is an almost top of the range pro tool with powerful batteries rather than lower end heavy diy use.

beljata

There is no difference in the weight of 4Ah and 5Ah batteries. People just see less £££ and voting. Most probably less than 1 % of the voters would buy any of the deals on this drill.

kevin1961

You are probably right. I think the other deal is good value and makes sense if you want the lighter but lower capacity batteries. However if you want the 5ah batteries either for this drill or for use with a grinder or saw, this is the cheapest out there. Why would it be voted cold.

The_Ramrod

I think people are comparing it to the other toolstation price and not realising the higher Ah batteries and the delivery vs advertised as pick up hence the cold votes. In saying that the toolstation one looks available for delivery to me. I think both are pretty good deals (y)

kevin1961

Losing faith in this site. Voted cold but no comments as to why? Is there a cheaper deal for this package I don't know of?

DEWALT DWST1-71195 T-Stak Deep Tool Boxes - One For £23.98 / Two For £43.97 / Three For £59.97 Delivered @ Toolsense
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DEWALT DWST1-71195 T-Stak Deep Tool Boxes - One For £23.98 / Two For £43.97 / Three For £59.97 Delivered @ Toolsense£23.98£26.9911% off
Going by the recent offers on this tool box, this is one of the best prices in a while on the DWST1-71195. If you do need a few of these, you can get free delivery by spending ove… Read more
azocarbo

Looks like they're not learning then, since yours shipped out after there had already been complaints about packaging. I do wonder though how Hermes manage to put enough force through the box to crack it fully when it locked closed. :{

NYLONZ

8 of mine turned up today, all in good shape thankfully. Very poor packaging, just put inside a polythene bag! Still waiting on the other 2.................

Andywwfc

Mine arrived today got the full amount I ordered ...... Smashed to pieces - shocking service this must cost them a fortune in damaged goods.

azocarbo

They just dispatched 2 more for me for free. Good email support although they seem to be putting some of the blame on Hermes.

Andywwfc

Pretty much the same here.....received my.hermes email tonight but judging by the posts on here I'll be lucky to receive the quantity I ordered in 1 piece

DeWalt DCK211D2T-GB Combo Kit With Drill Driver, Impact Driver 2 x 2.0Ah Batteries, Multi-Voltage Charger & Lid TSTAK £119.99 @ Toolsense
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DeWalt DCK211D2T-GB Combo Kit With Drill Driver, Impact Driver 2 x 2.0Ah Batteries, Multi-Voltage Charger & Lid TSTAK £119.99 @ Toolsense£119.99£1318% off
DeWalt DCK211D2T-GB - 10.8V Combo Kit With DCD710 Drill Driver, DCF815 Impact Driver, 2 x 2.0Ah Batteries, Multi-Voltage Charger & Clear Lid TSTAK Box Features: Kit contains… Read more
Dodge62

Oh, did you really have to post that? It's like waving some extra high quality smack in front of a junkie ...

Krizzo3

M A K I T A O N L Y

The_Ramrod

I have to agree to a large extent, but bought for the right purpose these would be a good buy if it's for specific jobs like kitchen fitters or where space is crucial. I am a huge dewalt fan and I get your point about brand image etc but if I needed these for a specific reason I'd rather buy dewalt versions than another brand, so it's a double edged sword. It's worth pointing out to would be buyers that are looking for a good all round DIY set that this is not the sort of set that's going to fulfill most DIY tasks, no hammer on the "drill" low torque etc and you would certainly be better investing in the 18v range as a go too set to cover most jobs. I personally cant see the need to buy these over an 18v set unless it's to complement other more capable tools.

Happynailer

If its just for DIY just get a 18v combi drill, to be honest 1.3 Ah or 1.5 Ah depending on the brand will be good enough 2 Amp hour will be perfectly fine. Just make sure its a decent brand and look how long the battery's take to charge because some of the cheap ones have ridiculously slow chargers.

nzadok

I've used this set in the past for work, the impact driver is more powerful than you'd imagine. I swapped to the 10.8v makita kit as the range is much bigger, they even do a brushless sds. Don't knock the 10.8/12v stuff til you've tried it, very rarely do I need to get the 18v kit out.

FACOM BS.R20 - Soft Fabric Professional Tool Bag only £79.99 @ ToolSense (Free Delivery)
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FACOM BS.R20 - Soft Fabric Professional Tool Bag only £79.99 @ ToolSense (Free Delivery)£79.99
This is by far the best tool bag I've used to date. Holds everything you need, easy to drag along and not too bulky to carry up stairs. Facom is a leading tool manufacturer, so qu… Read more
IWANTBLUE

This is the smaller 14" bag...nog the 20"er..that is bit big to lug around when fully loaded..but the size if this one limits the weight to a certain extent...they are great bags however!! And the makita underneath the one selected would be the actual alternative to this one...not the wheeled one.... Facom bags are worth the cash however if you're not just a diyer Edit I'm clearly blind and stupid.. the pic looked like the 14" bag so despite the text and model number I decided it was the 14"er :P whoops still a great bag

AlMillar2

People thinking this is dear should not look at Veto tool bags (lol)

NightHawk82

Maybe have a look at the DeWalt T-stack system as that is modular and can adjust to suit. However again, no tools included. Quick note on the magma bag, if you do go for it go for the plus version (more rugged and waterproof base). Good decision/pass on the sparkly suitcase (lol)

spannerzone

Thanks, might be a good option and I'll make a note of it.... I do like the Facom, it's big, almost too big to lug about when loaded up but for our business needs it is pretty much perfect to load up tools (some in smaller containers) and parts and wander off to a job and be self sufficient and no van nearby. I've still yet to see those bags that are just as sturdy and come with tools for less ;) I'll politely decline Wayners suggestion of a second hand suitcase with sparkles applied... tends to be frowned upon in the more big corporate environments I work in :D

manowarbruno

I've got the 20 Inches one without wheels, very much on the pricey side, but it's absolutely worth it's price, I am tempted to purchase this one, but not sure it's worth the extra weight and bulkiness for my use, don't walk very long distances £90 on Amazon for prime members for those who prefer to buy trough them