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Tonino Lamborghini 19.2V Combi Hammer Drill with 2 Lithium-Ion Batteries

by Tonino Lamborghini
3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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  • Variable speed control and reversing
  • Torque control for screwdriving
  • Spare lithium-ion battery
  • 1 hour charger and carry case
  • Modern lightweight design
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Technical Details
Part Number 123845
Item Weight4.6 Kg
Product Dimensions40 x 33.2 x 11.8 cm
Item model number123845
Power SourceCordless
Voltage19.2 volts
Plug FormatG - 3 pin British
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
  
Additional Information
ASINB001B4SID0
Best Sellers Rank 138,984 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.6 Kg
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Date First Available15 Jun 2008
  
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This drill, designed by the legendary Tonino Lamborghini features the very latest in design and technology including lithium-ion batteries, ergonomic design, top performance and prestige. It has all of the features expected of a top performance product and will give lasting pleasure to the owner. This drill can be used for timber, steel and masonry and is suitable for all tasks around the home or garden.

Product Description

The 19.2v Combi-hammer makes full use of the Lithium-ion battery power to perform an impressive range of tasks in wood steel and masonry. The 2-speed gearbox and variable speed control provide just the right amount of power exactly when it's needed and the 20-position torque settings give absolute control for screwdriving.

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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
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No doubt about it, this is a quality product. I've had a number of corded and cordless drills over the years, and the Lamborghini certainly has the edge in weight, power and features. It has all you would expect or need from a drill, variable speeds and torque, comes with two Lithium Ion batteries and a small set of bits (although let's face it, if you're willing to spend 160 on a drill, you'll probably want to buy a separate set of drill bits). It has a spirit level to ensure level holes and even has a (slightly mis-angled) LED to light up where you're drilling in dark corners (in fact, slightly below where you're drilling).

So, the crux of the review of the Lithium Ion version - is it worth 70 extra for the benefits - lighter, longer battery life, lack of "memory"? I've got to say, I'm doubtful - you would have to be doing a serious amount of drilling for it to be worth your while. Given that the standard battery version comes with two batteries, you would have to be running the second battery down before the first one had recharged. Also, keep in mind that for 20 more than this drill, you could buy two standard Tonino Lamborghini Combi-Drill Hammers, giving you the flexibility of two drills (one for the drill bit and one for the screwdriver head) and four batteries.

All told, I would give the drill five stars, but I've dropped a star off the overall rating on the basis of value for money. There may be some for whom the extra cost is justified, but I would have thought they'll be in the minority.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars READ AND BEWARE! 1 Dec 2011
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Ok - I purchased this drill from Amazon and it arrived via a company called REDLINE who in turn got it from another supplier (don't know who & I'm not interested). The drill manufacturer boasted a 3 YR warranty which I was initially very impressed with. Because it was going to be an xmas gift for me(?) I did'nt get to open it for a month but wasted no time registering the purchase and thereby qualifying for the 3 YR warranty. I discovered straight away that the 2 batteries and/or charger were faulty. Got in touch with Redline who informed me that the batteries were an exclusion within the warranty ("WHAT! IT'S BRAND NEW!!!!") - Then I read for myself in the 4-size font of the instruction manual that they were indeed NOT INCLUDED. Cutting to the chase, it took me 11 weeks, about 18 phone calls and a threat to involve trading standards to get any action. The batteries were eventually replaced (yes, new ones!) - and this after I'd agreed (and paid for [48-00]) to have the old ones repaired. Yes, they had the audacity to charge me...
So - BEWARE the warranty - it's hardly worth the paper it's written on - BEWARE the supplier - uncommunicative and obtuse...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy the tool for the job and competance level 25 Jan 2011
For the average casual DIYer this range of tools are not for you. Cool colours are not a selling feature. If you are into serious work then the premium is worth every cent spent. As somebody who started on the path of quality tools I purchaced a Yankee screwdriver. Very good in its day but cumbersome. Once I saw the Makita range of electric screw driver drills the Yankee was recycled as soon as possible. This was back in 1987. since then ELU, Bosch, Black and Decker, Riobi and many others have been and gone. One range that has never been part of my tool kit is Dewalt. Why pay between 60 and 80% markup just for the name. When ELU were independant they warranted the price premium for quality build. Unfortunately they were bought under Black and Decker and the quality dropped rapidly. I live in Spain where NICAD batteries degrade within a couple of months. " NICAD drills do not make economic sense.1 LITHIUM ION drill with a spare battery will last far longer. If anybody wants ultiple makes of drills, batteries and chargers. Hurry they are all bound for the recycle bin. My order for a Lithium ION drill and charger + reciprocating saw is for me the professional. Price is relative ,believe me.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Does the job. 25 Sep 2008
By Johnnybluetime VINE VOICE
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This is a good quality cordless drill. It drills through pretty much whatever you put before it.You get two batteries, which is very convenient, and they have a surprisingly good lifetime and recharge very quickly, so you shouldn't have any problems, even on the longer jobs. The only thing that feels a bit on the cheap side is the button that puts the drill/screwdriver in reverse, which felt very cheap. Like nearly all cordless/hammer drills it's quite weighty and I must say I can't imagine using this as a screwdriver in preference to a cordless screwdriver unless I really had to. However, if you do, two double ended screw heads are clipped to the handle for added convenience, and of course you get a full range of them and half a dozen drill bits in the carrying case.The light, which comes on when you operate the drill/screwdriver is good in theory, but, like the laser on the Lamborghini jigsaw, it doesn't quite work so well in practice as it tends to illuminate an area below where you are drilling and in fact casts a shadow over the actual area you're trying to see.Also, because the battery is so big, it's not very useful for tight spaces.However, that aside it seemed to be just as powerful as my B&D drill and no heavier,although there are defintely lighter drills out there.Overall, a good performer and I guess the hideous colour will help you spot it wherever you've put it down (unless that's on a high visibilty jacket).
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