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PostPosted: Mon Dec 29, 2014 1:25 pm 
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For anyone that's not got a howdens account or one that's lapsed they are offering a Milwaukee 12v cordless drill/driver(the little ones) for opening an account in January.
No need to buy anything,just thought I'd share!


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Nice offer, I'd really like one of those "mini" drills for my little tool box, budget won't allow it at the moment.

Seems all I need to do is learn to become a kitchen fitter by the end of January lol.


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Rorschach wrote:
Nice offer, I'd really like one of those "mini" drills for my little tool box, budget won't allow it at the moment.

Seems all I need to do is learn to become a kitchen fitter by the end of January lol.

Just go in and say your doing up a few houses,they'll let you open an account no bother!


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I got a Makita 10.8v Li-On from them lasty year and I've hardly had it out of my hand. It's a brilliant little thing. I still haven't bought anything from them either lol.

How long before an account lapses Stevie?


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steviejoiner74 wrote:
Rorschach wrote:
Nice offer, I'd really like one of those "mini" drills for my little tool box, budget won't allow it at the moment.

Seems all I need to do is learn to become a kitchen fitter by the end of January lol.

Just go in and say your doing up a few houses,they'll let you open an account no bother!


Dunno If I am ballsy enough for that one, haha.


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It lapses if you've not bought anything for a year.


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as an aside
all 10.8/12v li-ion off the same ah are the same voltage/power
when you charge a battery you overcharge by around 20% when you charge to around 13v
the batteries contain 3x3.6v cells =10.8v
the point i make is you can get 3.6...7.2...10.8...14.4...18v...21.6...25.2...28.8...32.4 and 36v
any other voltage will have more cells [above 36v] or are overstating the voltage

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Well seeing as I had either used the builder I sub off or my brothers howdens account when I need anything from there and my account had lapsed over a year ago I chanced my arm and opened another account and recieved the free drill!!
It's a cracking little drill,small but comes with 2x2ah lithium batteries and also has hammer action.
I shall look forward to trying it out next week. It's currently selling for over 120 quid so it's a good little promotion they have on.


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Is that a credit account or a cash account?


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Bill Darr wrote:
Is that a credit account or a cash account?

It's a credit account,they do a credit search and give you a limit of 3/5 or 10 grand if you want it.
It's a 30 day account but I've always just payed cash there and then when buying stuff.



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steviejoiner74 wrote:
Well seeing as I had either used the builder I sub off or my brothers howdens account when I need anything from there and my account had lapsed over a year ago I chanced my arm and opened another account and recieved the free drill!!
It's a cracking little drill,small but comes with 2x2ah lithium batteries and also has hammer action.
I shall look forward to trying it out next week. It's currently selling for over 120 quid so it's a good little promotion they have on.



Nice, and so kind of you to send it down to me :mrgreen:


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Drills gone, now a site radio instead...if it was DAB I might have been interested as it stands...pass....

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It's worth opening an account to sell it on eBay.
Check out how many Milwaukee drills are up on eBay just now :lol:


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Got one from a diff branch of howdens...think the staff had tried to set them aside...told them I wasn't interested in a radio and went to walk out the door...'suddenly' the guy on desk remembered there were 3 through the back...

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