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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2016 1:50 pm 
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limited offer looks good for a brushless
http://www.tools4trade.co.uk/dewalt-dcd ... eries.html

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My brother has that exact model and it's a great gun,batteries last well and it's nice and light.
That's a cracking price considering the usual crappy one screwfix and b and poo churn out for 100 quid with the 1.5 ah batteries and the inferior gun.

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ive got the same style but not the brushless one. spot on drill. cant get away with current makita drills like.

ive pretty much always had dewalt drills like


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That is a good price, it also has a full metal chuck.

You often see cheap deals like Stevie says with the lower AH batteries and often a plastic covered chuck.

That would make a great Xmas present!

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