I've moved into a flat that has solid concrete block walls, it was built in the 1960s.
My cordless drill won't hack drilling the walls to put a shelf up, even with it's hammer drill setting. I'm therefore looking for something a bit beefier, but don't really want to spend a fortune, ideally about £30.
B&Q have this:
http://www.diy.com/nav/fix/power-tools/drills/hammer_drills/Ryobi-500w-Hammer-Drill-11227768 Which is from Ryobi but 'only' 500w.
There's their own brand too:
It's own branded, more powerful and has a depth gauge.
At Wickes I can get this:
Again it's own branded, more powerful and has a depth gauge.
Am I best to go for a brand like Ryobi or will the Wickes or B&Q own brands be sufficient?
Anything else about? Ideally want to buy from a shop today or tomorrow