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Can any of you lads reccomend a 230v sds drill for around £150 , i want one for chasing walls.Cheers
 
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boatnik1

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Might be better to run with the 110v version and transformer as some sites will not permit 240v tools.
 
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kung

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I have a bosch sds good drill and got a chuck that converts it to standard drill had it 4yrs now and has 2j impact 240v but they also do the 110 version
Also cosco is good ! checkout in screwfix the DeWalt dc600ka 3.6v screwdriver number 39402 £68.50 ! got mine in cosco for £35.00 ! find these good for this sort of thing.
Cafe is very cheap as well ! Fill ya tummy and get a bargin ! Result !
And no im not a cosco salesman !
 
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