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PostPosted: Mon Jan 08, 2018 9:07 pm 
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Hi. I m in need of a corded drill for non professional use, mostly for house tasks. I have a separate electric screwdriver so i need it only as a driller. Considering my low budget (35 euros max), I have a few in mind and i need some advice about them.

https://www.skil.co.uk/skil-6002-cb-hammer-drill-f0156002cb.html
http://products.einhell.hu/hu_en/tools/driller/th-id-720-1-e.html
http://products.einhell.hu/hu_en/tools/driller/th-id-1000-e.html
http://www.blackanddecker.com.au/en-au/products/power-tools/drills/500w-percussion-hammer-drill/kr504re
http://www.blackanddecker.co.uk/en-gb/products/power-tools/drills/500w-percussion-hammer-drill/kr504cresk

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Just my opinion.
I would never touch a skil branded drill
The next two you list give no prices
The last two , one is in Australia and the other looks naff.

What country are you in? I am wondering if they have a B & Q you could go and look at drills then buy on line, that said screwfix (if you have those) have one that's only £22 this one and it claims to have a metal gear box. Try it and keep the receipt.

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The prices of the above drils are almost the same (30-35 euros) for the place i live. It doesn't matter if the product isn't listed in a uk site, its only about to check specs anyway. So, do you prefer any of the above?
I ll keep in mind the warning about skill :)


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Not really, where in the world do you live?

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