JCB 20V Lithium Combi Drill


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JCB 20V Lithium Combi Drill Variable speed with reverse, Rubber overmould grip for increased comfort, 20 Torque settings plus drill and hammer modes for ultimate precision and control, LED Light for illuminating the work area, 2-Speed gearbox for efficient drilling of various materials, Single sleeve chuck with auto spindle lock for easy bit change. . Ideal for drilling in wood, metal, brick and masonry as well as screwdriving. The drill comes with 2 lithium battery packs and a carry case. 10% off all Dewalt 8-9/03/2013.


Product Title: JCB 20V Lithium Combi Drill

Manufacturer: JCB

Lowest Price: £85.00 from B&Q

Power Score: 4.3 | 39 Reviews

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Great - for a beginner and good for smaller hands

I've had this drill about 6-12mnths now and I love it. Its the first one I have owned so I cant compare against others. I bought it as if felt well build while being one of the lightest and most comfortable in a gal size hands - others just felt they would get too heavy. The second handle grip assists with strength and stability or in difficult angles- again good for those not strong or less...
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By RenoGal on B&Q - Aug 18, 2014


Excellent product. Lightweight but feels good quality. Powerful with excellent features.

By Phil1961bo on B&Q - Jul 31, 2014

Good Purchase

Shame it doesn't come with any accessories apart from one screwdriver bit but I have several collections. I have only used it so far to drill into hard wood to repair a garden seat but it did the job. It was purchased to replace another drill with two battery packs which no longer hold a charge. These battery packs charged well and to have two is a bonus, as is the fact there is a light to tell...
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By on B&Q - Jul 25, 2014

Excellent quality drill. Very good price.

My father in law bought one of these a few months ago, I used it to completely board out his large loft space + a few other smaller jobs. It always worked perfectly and never struggled. I just moved into a house that needs a complete renovation. I own a corded drill but it's very cumbersome and time consuming to get out and setup for the smaller jobs, so needed a cordless drill. I always do my...
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By Luke28tv on B&Q - Jul 19, 2014

Poor Batteries

I bought the 18V version about 2 years ago just for stuff around the house.Very little use, a fews drills in wood and a few screws. But, now both batteries are dead. Replacements I cannot find and when they were available they cost £60 each. I will have to buy a bosch.

By zingaro on B&Q - Jun 2, 2014

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