At last…a site dedicated purely to combi drills
combidrilldeals.co.uk is for anyone who’s ever had to drill a hole for a rawl plug, sink an anchor bolt, pop a screw in skirting board, or replace a socket. Combi drills are ideal for so many jobs – how can you live without one?
The fact is, combi drills are everywhere online. All the DIY sheds and powertool sites feature combi drill offers – but there’s no independent website to compare combi drills…until now...
We tell you about the best combi drill brands. And only the best.
As the only major site that allows you to compare combi drills, we bring you the latest deals from the leading brands: Bosch, Makita, DeWalt, Hitachi, Metabo and others.
OK you can buy a cheap combi drill for the price of a basic toaster, but how soon before it burns out on you? The difference you’ll find with the top brand combi drills is tougher components, better features, longer warranties and superior servicing and parts.
A cordless combi drill or a corded one?
There’s no doubt that cordless combi drilIs keep getting better and better. Cordless is great for convenience, and with improvements in batteries – including the latest generation of Lithium-Ion models – you can now get cordless combi drills with bags of power. You’ll find the cordless models range in power from 10V to 24V with plenty of choice.
One big consideration when choosing a cordless combi drill is the compatibility of the battery with other the powertools you have – SDS drills, circular saws, drill drivers or angle grinders. Most brands including Makita, DeWalt, Bosch and the Ryobi One range have interchangeable batteries between tools. As batteries are often the most expensive components for any power tool it’s definitely worth bearing this in mind.
There are tonnes of corded combi drills out there too, which are fine as long as you can be sure there’s going to be a socket where you’re working. A corded model might be a better option if you regularly drill into concrete or if you don’t use your drill every day. If you’re thinking about drilling into really tough substances, it’s worth considering an SDS hammer drill.
So how do you make the right choice?
Starting from scratch? We recommend you read our Combi drill buyer’s guide. It’s a handy breakdown of the main features you need to consider when choosing a combi drill. We advise on the main differences between drills including torque settings, gearbox, battery types and chargers and numerous other things to look out for when buying a corded or cordless combi drill.
Like to browse a little? We’ve written reviews of all the leading combi drills, comparing the spec of each one and making it simple to put every combi drill head-to-head by pulling out the key features at the beginning of each article. We add the most detailed specification you’ll find on combi drills and help you compare combi drill prices by showing the best value models from leading powertool retailers.
Best of all, we’ve got the web’s top combi drill deals updated daily.
We regularly feature corded and cordless combi drills with up to 50% off. And, as we’ve said above, only the best top brands get in. This means you can pick up a cheap combi drill whilst getting a proven machine you know you can rely on. So whether it’s for trade or DIY, you won’t find a better place to find a great value combi drill.