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    has anyone used one of these drills before? if so are they any good?

    http://www.transtools.co.uk/store/im...VITMIX1400.jpg

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    I have, there good& cheep, think it was only 50

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    Not tried that mixer. Tried the sparky's and collomix's but you cant beat a good drill and paddle.
    Had this for two years and still going strong Mixes up in no time with no lumps

    http://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-pdi800s-800w-corded-percussion-drill-110v/34033

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    Looks a good deal mate if its around the 50 mark.
    Nice and bright too, so you can find it on those long dark mornings that are coming in..............

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    Good mixer for the money, not everyday use as brushes can wear quicker than more expensive models but good value !we also keep the twin paddle version

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