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  • This drill is AWESOME!

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Black-Decker...f=pd_sim_diy_5

    Black and Decker 18V Hammer Drill.

    For anyone who is looking for a new drill.

    This cost me £90 instead of £170.

    Its the new Lithium Ion batterys. Charges in 1 hour!!!

    Drill is lighter and smaller also.

    Arrived today and been wandering around house since tightening screws.

    Its a proper gadget sooooo cool!

    Built in LED worklight too.

    God i love it!

    Anyone who wants a new drill .. BUY THIS ONE!!!!!

  • #2
    mate...

    thats a toy lol

    http://www.tooled-up.com/Product.asp?PID=146544

    had one of these for ages does everything ive ever asked it to.
    Legal Disclaimer: Anything I or anyone else says about my vehicle on this website pertaining to modifications, is only to gain acceptance from my/our peers, and does not actually represent anything actually existing on my car, and thus, cannot be held against me in any issues, i.e. warranty claims, that may arise.

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    • #3
      http://www.tooled-up.com/Product.asp?PID=139873

      thats the beast i bring out when putting signs up

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      • #4
        show offs

        mine is only £90 lol

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Danny133 View Post
          show offs

          mine is only £90 lol
          i had a company account at screwfix... company went into admin... i didnt get paid that month but got a lot of nice tools and batteries
          Legal Disclaimer: Anything I or anyone else says about my vehicle on this website pertaining to modifications, is only to gain acceptance from my/our peers, and does not actually represent anything actually existing on my car, and thus, cannot be held against me in any issues, i.e. warranty claims, that may arise.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ghost View Post
            mate...

            thats a toy lol

            http://www.tooled-up.com/Product.asp?PID=146544

            had one of these for ages does everything ive ever asked it to.
            That drills got more power than his twingo!!
            Burg #332 - 270 bhp - gone
            Mazda 3 MPS - 490 bhp - gone
            Audi S4 - MRC stage 2/490 bhp....so far

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Skipper View Post
              That drills got more power than his twingo!!
              hahahahahahahahahahahahaha
              Legal Disclaimer: Anything I or anyone else says about my vehicle on this website pertaining to modifications, is only to gain acceptance from my/our peers, and does not actually represent anything actually existing on my car, and thus, cannot be held against me in any issues, i.e. warranty claims, that may arise.

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              • #8
                Danny you need a real drill

                My Drill, 36V Li-ion;
                http://www.hilti.co.uk/holuk/page/mo...&nodeId=-89945

                My skill saw, 36v Li-ion;
                http://www.hilti.co.uk/holuk/page/mo...nodeId=-100117

                My Tape Measure/range Meter;
                http://www.hilti.co.uk/holuk/page/mo...&nodeId=-97401

                Hilti nothing else comes close and all free Everytime the salesman comes to my site and sells a lot of stuff I get to pick a tool of choice

                I have used all these for different kinds of jobs and they just keep going and going.

                It really all depends what you want the tool for TBH Modest DIY B and D is ok but ditch it and get yourself down to screwfix and get some DeWalt kits, Saw,Drill,Jigsaw and Torch kits there is some good deals to be had.

                I have spent over 20years buying tools for work and ££££££££'s to do so and still cant help buying something new.

                Enjoy the toolkit building
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                • #9
                  dewalt ..all the time real mans toys

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by old bean View Post
                    dewalt ..all the time real mans toys
                    They break all time lol there toy town stuff lol makita lxt all the was or the baby Bosch 36v is great up ladders lol
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by redastravxr View Post
                      They break all time lol there toy town stuff lol makita lxt all the was or the baby Bosch 36v is great up ladders lol
                      makita stuff all the time! but bosch are bringing out some nice toys that are able to keep up!

                      dewalt unless your spending silly money there pretty crappy.. putting shelves up yeh suppose it could handle it
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                      • #12
                        love my makita LXT impact driver for when your putting in big boy screws
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by vxrmartyn View Post
                          love my makita LXT impact driver for when your putting in big boy screws
                          you mean banging them into the wall.
                          Legal Disclaimer: Anything I or anyone else says about my vehicle on this website pertaining to modifications, is only to gain acceptance from my/our peers, and does not actually represent anything actually existing on my car, and thus, cannot be held against me in any issues, i.e. warranty claims, that may arise.

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                          • #14
                            i loved my b&d its pretty

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Danny133 View Post
                              i loved my b&d its pretty
                              Dont be sad Danny if it does what you need it to do then its a goodun
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