Everyone loves an Amazon deal and right now you can get 28% off this Bosch UniversalImpact 700 Hammer Drill. Move fast though, this brilliant bargain expires on Sunday 26 July.
A hammer drill is an essential for a DIYers toolbox - as well as conventional drilling and screwdriving tasks, it'll make easy work of drilling into masonry or concrete.
As we're all spending more time at home, many of us are turning our attention to those DIY jobs that can make a big difference to how we live in our homes, and this Amazon deal provides the perfect opportunity to get the best tools for the job, at a fraction of the price.
Bosch UniversalImpact 700 Hammer Drill | WAS £69.99, NOW £50.29
This powerful corded hammer drill boasts a 700W motor, has a no-load speed of 50-3,000 rpm and a high torque of 17Nm. It is supremely efficient across multiple tasks, with an impact rate of 45,000, and its versatility makes it an ideal choice for DIY beginners and experts alike.
Which Jobs is it Best For?
The drill has a mode selector switch which means you can easily transition between drilling, screwdriving or hammer drilling.
It is ideal for any fixing task around your home, including putting up shelving or fixing hanging baskets.
It also has a forward/reverse switch, variable speed trigger and speed preselection. This means that you’re afforded tight fingertip control over the drill at all times, making it straightforward to drive in screws or hammer drill into concrete.
Why You Should Get This Amazon Deal
The UniversalImpact 700 is an excellently-reviewed and powerful 700W corded hammer drill - and at 28% off this is a fabulous Amazon deal.
Another impressive feature is its ergonomic design, and its low weight makes for exceptional handling while maintaining complete control and precision.
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Jack has worked in journalism for 11 years and is the News Editor for Homebuilding & Renovating, a role he has had since 2019. He strives to break the most relevant and beneficial stories for self builders, extenders and renovators, including the latest news on the construction materials shortage and hydrogen heating. In 2021 he appeared on BBC's The World at One to discuss the government's planning reforms.
He enjoys testing new tools and gadgets, and having bought his first home in 2013, he has renovated every room and recently finished a garden renovation.