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Don't forget, that the drill bits you need vary depending on what you're drilling, and these will often have to be purchased separately. If you want to cover all bases, get some masonry bits, some wood bits and some metal bits.
Having said that, I use masonry bits for most jobs other than drilling metal, which I avoid cos I don't like the noise!
If you`re lucky you may be able to pick up a cordless hammer action drill very cheaply........but be warned....I bought one at a market for under �20 but the chuck was knackered.
There are bargains to be had but cheapest may not be best. Personally I`d go for an 18volt cordless with a spare battery so that one would always be charged.