/Well yes - except that for occasional use like that a mains tool would be
far far better. As it will be always ready for use.
As a fairly experienced DIYer, I've not really felt the need for a battery
SDS drill. And for a pro of any sort who does need one, the lack of
battery life - and being unable to fit a second one while the first
re-charges - would make it fairly useless.
In other words, I can't see the point in it. ;-) /q
I wouldn't want to be screwing screws in with a mains drill.
I can also see Ikea punters bein drawn to it as a one stop shop/box for finishing off their flatpack projects, without the expense of mains drill, cordless screwdriver, drill bit set etc.
I don't believe it's aimed at pros....that is the point if it.