Win a set of power tools
Thursday 23 June 2011
DIY jobs around the home are pretty annoying when you have to rely on bulky, weighty power tools. Lucky for you, the Independent has your lumbar region in mind - and we want you to help you avoid pain for gain with a competition to win the new Hitachi KC10DFL toolset.
Fitting into places where larger models can't, and offering impressive performance and robust power in one frighteningly complete package, we've got three of these minimal marvels to give away
The Hitachi KC10DFL 10.8V two piece Lithium-Ion combo kit - to give it its elegant title in full - includes the DS10DFL driver drill and the WH10DFL impact driver, together with two 1.5Ah lithium ion batteries and a 40 minute fast charger. This kit puts two of Hitachi's most versatile tools in one package, so you will be ready to tackle around-the-house jobs with ease.
So for your chance to win this nifty power tool, just answer the following question:
This competition closes on Friday 8 July. The Independent's usual competition rules apply.
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