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Makita DHP482SE Makita 18v Li-ion Hammer Drill Driver Kit £119.99 @ ITS

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Good deal with 4ah battery and mid range general purpose pro combi drill DHP456 (replacing BHP456)
hhali Avatar4w, 20h agoFound 4 weeks, 20 hours ago10 Comments
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AzeemB
whats the difference between a drill driver with hammer action and a combi drill? or is it the same thing
Same thing as far as i am aware. Possibly the manufacturer saying that hammer action is not up to harder materials such as engineering brick or concrete but that is just my guess.
whats the difference between a drill driver with hammer action and a combi drill? or is it the same thing
Hilti Online
Dealmaker
Technically speaking this is not a combi as initial post suggests, it's a drill driver according to product page?
technically it has hammer action therefore a combi - product page is incorrect. I picked up the two x 3ah deal a couple of weeks ago so can confirm. Seems like a great replacement for my 452 which has given great service along with a 451 for the heavier jobs.
Technically speaking this is not a combi as initial post suggests, it's a drill driver according to product page?
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Stanley 192902 Stanley Professional Mobile Tool Chest £28.46 @ ITS

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tanley 192902 Professional Mobile Tool Chest. I haven't come across this website before but i am the lookout for a heavy duty toolbox and i couldn't find this cheaper. No TCB or Voucher Codes
pimpchez Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago1 Comment
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Plus Vat and delivery. oO

It's £25 all in at b&q
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wera 003471 Kompakt VDE 18 Piece screwdriver Set £36.99 / £41.94 delivered @ IT'S

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screwdriver set Set contains 1 x Kraftform handle and the following interchangable bits: 2.5mm, 3.5mm, 4mm and 5.5mm slotted tips PH1, PH2, PZ1 and PZ2 tips PH/S#1 and #2 plus PZ/S#1 and #2 KK
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bitznpcz
Great tools. I'm a big fan of Wera tools.
totally agree my main go to drivers, great to hold and turn one handed, easy bit change, hard wearing, shame about the high price point but great buy if you can find a deal.
Great tools. I'm a big fan of Wera tools.
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Vaunt 20101 Vaunt 46 Piece Hand Tool Kit with Carry Bag - £29.99 @ ITS

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A comprehensive selection of hand tools and screwdriver bits with a multi-pocket tool bag for easy organisation and storage. Pack consists of: 4 x Slotted Screwdrivers (3mm x 100mm, 5mm x 100mm, 6…
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what are the quality of the tools like?
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Makita HP347 14.4v hammer drill driver x2 batteries, charger, case + acc set @ ITS £64.99 delivered

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Delivery charges £4.95 or free delivery when spending over £100. NOT compatible with lxt / cxt batteries. Think this is a good offer for a household hammer drill driver for the monies. Makita HP…
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bargain. good enough for the occasional bodger!!
The Stanley Fatmax 18v 2Ah from Argos is worth the extra fiver, much more powerful torque rating and longer lasting 2ah batts

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fatmax-cordless-drill-69-99-argos-2550588
is this post from the company or a consumer like us
morrig
MonkeyMan90
crap drill you want an 18v if you want a decent one with lithium batteries these run out of battery in no time and no power
Isn't Li-ion means lithium ion.


​Yes these are lithium but only 1.3 so drain in no time the lithium lxt 3.0ah are the better ones.
MonkeyMan90
crap drill you want an 18v if you want a decent one with lithium batteries these run out of battery in no time and no power
Isn't Li-ion means lithium ion.
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Bosch GBH 2-24 D Bosch 3 Mode 2kg SDS Plus Rotary Hammer Drill £89.99 ex VAT £107.99 inc VAT @ ITS

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Price down from £184.97. Also comes with free 13mm Keyless Chuck & SDS+ Adaptor & 17 Piece SDS+ Accessory Set Worth £54.98. The Bosch GBH 2-24 D Professional SDS+ drill will get the job done with e…
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Bad deal. this is much cheaper at most other online retailers. eg £95 at Howe tools including VAT and delivery.
linhang90
drill bit not included? On the website says free 17 piece SDS+ accessories etc?????


http://www.its.co.uk/pd/GBH-2-24-D-Bosch-3-Mode-2kg-SDS-Plus-Rotary-Hammer-Drill-_BOSGBH224D.htm
drill bit not included? On the website says free 17 piece SDS+ accessories etc?????
Thanks for this
hybridandy

Price down from £184.97. Also comes with free 13mm Keyless Chuck & SDS+ Adaptor & 17 Piece SDS+ Accessory Set Worth £54.98.
The Bosch GBH 2-24 D Professional SDS+ drill will get the job done with ease and satisfaction with the fast 4100bpm impact drilling rate from the powerful 790W motor producing an impressive 2.7 joules of impact energy.
Intelligent construction with high quality components give the SDS+ drill a long and reliable lifespan. Wide range of applications with rotation stop for chiseling work, rotating brush plate for equal power in forward and reverse rotation & forward/reverse rotation for dislodging jammed drill bits. 3 Operation modes: rotary, rotary hammer and chisel action (hammer only).
Reliable & robust with a long lifetime due to the high quality components & compact construction. Safety features on the Bosch GBH2-24D with a ball grommet for preventing cable breaks and an overload clutch to protect you and the machine.
Complete with:
Side handle
210mm Depth stop
Drill bit not included.
Also probably worth mentioning that vat is on top therefore £107.99.
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PLS 2 £99.99 @ ITS

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Very good price for a reliable laser.
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Did KD01 just create this account to post these 2 laser deals?
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PLS HVR 505R £515.99 @ ITS

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Excellent price for a very reliable Laser! I have owned this laser for 5 years with no trouble at all!
KD01 Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago9 Comments
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Business on the skids kd01?
Did KD01 just create this account to post these 2 laser deals?
yorxman
What is it?!! Looks like a kids toy


​It's a laser for DIY, making sure things are level I guess.
+2 for thinking it was a toy, well it is a toy but for adults.
Tomy My First Laser?
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bosch GSB 18-2-LI + box + set of bits + extra battery £107.99 delivered @ its.co.uk

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This professional standard GSB182LIPLUS2 18v Hammer Drill Driver (Combi Drill) gives one of the best power/price/weight ratios on the market. Complete with Case, Charger and 2 x 2.0Ah li--ion Batteri…
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The price has gone up, now £120 delivered.
kgreel
£99 at Screwfix with 2 batteries without the extra bit set which is worth £11.99 according to its.co.uk.

Just note that the ITS deal includes:
- The L-Boxx 136 (this alone sells for £22)
- 2 x 2.0 Ah batteries (the screwfix deal comes with one 4Ah battery, I find two batteries easier to work with as you use one while the other is charging)
- a faster charger (65 mins v 120 mins, although this might be because of the smaller size of the batteries?)
- the screwdriver & drill bits set

So IMHO a much better deal for an extra £8, you get the L-boxx and the drill & screwdriver bit set, so hot from me! :)

I bought this last week and can confirm that it's a cracking little drill.



Edited By: seg1959 on Jun 14, 2016 07:57: spelling
Which is better, the Bosch one in this thread, or the Makita one here: http://www.its.co.uk/pd/DHP482SE-Makita-18v-Li-ion-Hammer-Drill-Driver-Kit-_MAKDHP482SE.htm
My god!!! Why am I even looking, I just purchased the Bosch drill that was on here last week for £89.99

I really dont need this at all... I think I've got Hot Deals fever!! :{
Hmm, I don't have a blue drill yet....
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I am tempted by one - £958.80 on ebay...
Is there a cordless one that will take my 4ah battery?

nope....... not this big
Is there a cordless one that will take my 4ah battery?
leewills8
Cheaper to hire one!
Who would of thought...... :|
Who would HAVE thought.
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Fein multi tool £90.00

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A really good deal on a really good multi tool. General this manual one hovers around £110 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehH-5yHsMxI Ah forgot, it's excl vat. Rubbish deal.
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I ended up going to http://www.powertoolworld.co.uk/fein-fmt250sl-starlock-plus-multitalent-start-240v#gref.

Couldn't justify more than £200, went to Saxton for some more blades.
I have the 350, came with lots of blades. Paid just over £200 for it. Better value IMHO.
Amazing tool
Sorry to say op your price needs VAT added to it makes it £107.99 and this is the old model, not so bad if using it once in a blue moon as the blade change uses an allen key painful if changing blades alot. The newer model 350 uses quick change. Before you buy this one check out some reviews between the two and the other brands as they all have good and bad points and not all can use any clip in tool brand.
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Makita DHP459-KIT Makita 18v Li-ion Brushless Hammer Drill Driver Kit - £119.99 - ITS

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Product Description Model Number: DHP459-KIT Barcode: 10984 Makita DHP459 18v Brushless Hammer Drill driver Kit, with drill, battery, charger, case, drill holster and countersink set. This DHP45…
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They're isn't any moulding however it has small slots it sits in if that makes any sense. It would slip out of place if you shook it about but otherwise ok. I'll double check for you tonight
Thanks Korhan, does the drill move around in the makpak box? Never seen one in the flesh but the pictures seem to indicate no moulding so the drill battery etc. will move around? Am I mistaken?
I ordered the makita. It arrived today. Haven't had a chance to use it yet, but must say I'm impressed
Sorry in my earlier post I missed the VAT on the Bosch.

Toolstop are doing the Bosch kit all in for £100 but without the screwdriver bits if you don't need them.

http://www.toolstop.co.uk/bosch-gsb-18-2-li-plus-professional-cordless-combi-drill-in-l-boxx-2-x-2.0ah-bat-p72308

I expect the brushless will only make a real difference if battering the kit day in day out on site...
Well I thought I'd made my mind up and was just about to buy this drill, but then someone posted a deal for a Dewalt:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dewalt-18v-li-ion-brushless-combi-drill-with-2-x-2ah-batteries-149-99-screwfix-2413055

Now the Bosch has been suggested:

http://www.its.co.uk/pd/GSB18-2-LI-Plus-Bosch-18v-Li-ion-Cordless-Hammer-Drill-Driver-_BOSGSB182LIPLUS2.htm

Both the Bosch and Dewalt have greater torque, and two batteries, however the Bosch is not brushless. Also Dewalt is more expensive.....decisions, decisions!!

Dewalt - £149.99
Makita - £119.99
Bosch - £ 107.99

Anyone care to offer an opinion??
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Milwaukee M18 CIW12-401C Fuel 18v Li-ion Impact Wrench £167.99 @ ITS

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The M18 CIW12-401C includes 1 x 4.0Ah RED Lithium-ion battery, 60 minute charger & carry case. Cracking price for an 18v Milwaukee impact wrench with all the kit.
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Showing as £360 and out of stock now
Brilliant quality tools and yes I agree, on a normal work day you would be unlucky to flatten a 4Ah battery.
i paid £330 for the new model makita one with 2 3.0ah batteries. fer enough they charge in 20 min but at the milwaukee wi a 4.0ah battery at £168 is spot on. the battery will last easily the day.
dont mack me off
smugjojo
60 min charger is too slow. My Makita 3.0ah batteries charge in 20 mins, being air cooled when doing so.......this deal needs two batteries before considering it..
Agree. Too many people overlook the speed of charging. Makita hard to beat in that respect and great range of bare tools available cheaply to expand the system. Mil battery seems to be available for circa £50 on line so should be factored in for anyone other than occasional DIY and which this is probably overkill.


Aee there offers on makita wrenches anywhere?
thanks.
yozzman1234
Electricians , joiners , plumbers , not really a scaffolding toooollllllllll . My work mate has this as part of his set really heavy compared to Makita , Dewalt and Hilti .


​this is an impact wrench, perfect for scaffolders and mechanics, would be totally wasted on an electrician, joiner or plumber
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Dewalt DCD790D2 Dewalt 18v 2.0Ah XR Li-ion 2 Speed Brushless Drill/Driver - £119.99 inc VAT @ ITS

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This deal went hot at £119.98, now down a further £20 or so! Previous post - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dewalt-dcd790d2-dewalt-18v-2-0ah-xr-li-ion-2-speed-brushless-drill-driver-119-98-2373349…
tombrook Avatar11m, 4w agoFound 11 months, 4 weeks ago8 Comments
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This is a very good tool, Screwfix had the same offer but sold out everywhere
Shut up Pratt!!
joncot
It's a drill driver not a combi (no hammer function)

As per the title....oO
It's a drill driver not a combi (no hammer function)
ANYGOOD
Same price in screwfix

Linky

Edited By: andynicol on Jan 26, 2016 20:24
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Bosch GSB18VLI Bosch 18V Li-ion Dynamic Series Hammer Drill/Driver - £99.99 - ITS

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The Bosch GSB18V-LI is the new 18 volt Hammer Drill Driver, built with the jobsite in mind. Ergonomically designed and lightweight, the Bosch GSB18V-LI doesn't sacrifice on power, producing 67Nm of t…
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jaizan
kingmaltloaf
Also Bosch is a much better brand than Ryobi.
More than that:
For power tools, a Bosch is a Bosch.
A Ryobi is a brand name licensed out from Ryobi of Japan to Techtronic Industries of Hong Kong. Ryobi sold their European power tools business in 2001.
So a Ryobi is a Techtronic Industries product, that carries the Ryobi name.
I would approve of the Ryobi battery strategy if they sold the additional batteries at a competitive price. However, of course once you are hooked in, an additional Ryobi battery costs more than it should, just the same as a replacement battery for any other drill brand costs more than it should (compared with the implied cost of the battery if you buy a competitively priced branded drill with 2 batteries).
Techntronic industries (TTi) have the rights to several brands.
[The same issue affects other consumer goods. e.g. Sharp license the rights to their brand out to Vestel of Turkey for products such as microwaves in Europe]
​I have been looking at ryobi tools and they appear to be a lot cheaper if you import them from the US.

be careful of fakes, especially batteries. Also you need to allow for VAT and duty. Then they are not much cheaper.
if you can wait then just look out for special offers. Amazon and B&Q both throw up some good ones. I got some excellent prices using barclaycard bespoke offers (flubit) against amazon prices. The supplier was big red toolbox I think.
squowse
Shoesize
squowse
For the same money I would consider the Ryobi one+ equivalent. http://www.diy.com/drills/ryobi-one-plus-cordless-18v-li-ion-drill-2-batteries-llcdi18022l/196738_BQ.prd
1) You don't throw away the tool when the batteries lose power.
2) You don't throw throw the batteries and charger away if the tool is lost or broken.
3) If you want new cordless tools they are much cheaper as you already have the batteries
1) Who would throw away a tool when the batteries lose power? They just buy a new battery! They ARE available. You still have to do the same for Ryobi!
2) You don't throw away the battery if you tool is lost or broken, you buy a new tool body! Or sell the battery on ebay and get a good price!
3) Same goes for ANY RANGE OF CORDLESS TOOLS EVER!
It's as if you think Ryobi have EXCLUSIVELY hit upon some magical system that no one else has. ALL manufacturers have ranges with interchangeable batteries. It may take a few seconds to work out the compatibility, but with the Bosch professional range (teal+red coloured) ALL 18V batteries fit ALL 18V tools, same goes for the 10.8 V range.
Yeah but how about buying new li-ion batteries for your 10 year old bosch professional drill that used ni-mh ones until they died? They appear to have changed the battery fitting when they went to li-on. So those tools are now pretty much worthless.
And all the current bare tools and batteries are about double the price of the ryobi so they'd better be amazing!
My 10 year old ryobis have been thrashed but are better than ever on li-ion batteries.
I suppose if you just want a drill set to thrash for a couple of years and then buy another it's a good deal. I have some bosch blue tools and they are good (can get parts).
Well, you can hardly expect technology not to move on over 10 years, and when that concerns battery technology, when moving to an entirely new battery composition, the battery sizes, proportions, and of course, the connection placement will all change. If I had some 10 year old Ni-Mh drill and the battery died before the drill did (this would normally happen with low-to-very-low usage) and I HADN'T had the foresight to buy a spare battery while they were still available, I'd say that was my bad, and happily move on to the far superior technology available today. I reckon the top (Makita, Bosch) "mini" 10.8V li-ion drills of today are as powerful as the 16V Ni-Cads of 12-15 years ao, and almost as powerful as the 18V Ni-MH, but with the huge advantage of being much smaller and much lighter (about half the weight & 2/3rds of the size)
Finally, yes, I reckon they are almost twice as good as the Ryobi, although the new tech coming soon (some are already here) is the brushless technology, which makes tools more reliable, with ,ore efficient, thus lower battery usage. Prices are quite high at first, as always with jew tech (though I saw a DeWalt brushless that looked decent and was very competitively priced a few weeks ago @ Toolstop) and I'm guessing this is why the prices for these drills are dropping by 15-20%.

Edited By: Shoesize on Jan 14, 2016 13:16: .
jaizan
kingmaltloaf
Also Bosch is a much better brand than Ryobi.

More than that:
For power tools, a Bosch is a Bosch.
A Ryobi is a brand name licensed out from Ryobi of Japan to Techtronic Industries of Hong Kong. Ryobi sold their European power tools business in 2001.
So a Ryobi is a Techtronic Industries product, that carries the Ryobi name.

I would approve of the Ryobi battery strategy if they sold the additional batteries at a competitive price. However, of course once you are hooked in, an additional Ryobi battery costs more than it should, just the same as a replacement battery for any other drill brand costs more than it should (compared with the implied cost of the battery if you buy a competitively priced branded drill with 2 batteries).

Techntronic industries (TTi) have the rights to several brands.

[The same issue affects other consumer goods. e.g. Sharp license the rights to their brand out to Vestel of Turkey for products such as microwaves in Europe]


​I have been looking at ryobi tools and they appear to be a lot cheaper if you import them from the US.
Shoesize
squowse
For the same money I would consider the Ryobi one+ equivalent. http://www.diy.com/drills/ryobi-one-plus-cordless-18v-li-ion-drill-2-batteries-llcdi18022l/196738_BQ.prd
1) You don't throw away the tool when the batteries lose power.
2) You don't throw throw the batteries and charger away if the tool is lost or broken.
3) If you want new cordless tools they are much cheaper as you already have the batteries
1) Who would throw away a tool when the batteries lose power? They just buy a new battery! They ARE available. You still have to do the same for Ryobi!
2) You don't throw away the battery if you tool is lost or broken, you buy a new tool body! Or sell the battery on ebay and get a good price!
3) Same goes for ANY RANGE OF CORDLESS TOOLS EVER!
It's as if you think Ryobi have EXCLUSIVELY hit upon some magical system that no one else has. ALL manufacturers have ranges with interchangeable batteries. It may take a few seconds to work out the compatibility, but with the Bosch professional range (teal+red coloured) ALL 18V batteries fit ALL 18V tools, same goes for the 10.8 V range.
Yeah but how about buying new li-ion batteries for your 10 year old bosch professional drill that used ni-mh ones until they died? They appear to have changed the battery fitting when they went to li-on. So those tools are now pretty much worthless.
And all the current bare tools and batteries are about double the price of the ryobi so they'd better be amazing!
My 10 year old ryobis have been thrashed but are better than ever on li-ion batteries.
I suppose if you just want a drill set to thrash for a couple of years and then buy another it's a good deal. I have some bosch blue tools and they are good (can get parts).
kingmaltloaf
Also Bosch is a much better brand than Ryobi.

More than that:
For power tools, a Bosch is a Bosch.
A Ryobi is a brand name licensed out from Ryobi of Japan to Techtronic Industries of Hong Kong. Ryobi sold their European power tools business in 2001.
So a Ryobi is a Techtronic Industries product, that carries the Ryobi name.

I would approve of the Ryobi battery strategy if they sold the additional batteries at a competitive price. However, of course once you are hooked in, an additional Ryobi battery costs more than it should, just the same as a replacement battery for any other drill brand costs more than it should (compared with the implied cost of the battery if you buy a competitively priced branded drill with 2 batteries).

Techntronic industries (TTi) have the rights to several brands.

[The same issue affects other consumer goods. e.g. Sharp license the rights to their brand out to Vestel of Turkey for products such as microwaves in Europe]

Edited By: jaizan on Jan 13, 2016 20:45
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Dewalt DCD790D2 Dewalt 18v 2.0Ah XR Li-ion 2 Speed Brushless Drill/Driver - £119.98 - ITS

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First deal. This is brushless with 2 x 2.0 AH batteries. We have been battering these drills for 8hrs a day 5 days a week at work for 8 months and still going strong. This price is little more than…
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andynicol
kingmaltloaf
fine for DIY but no good for site. Dewalt is not a great brand anymore.

Couldn't disagree more.

There not the best, but they still produce great tools.



​Thats OK, I know some people still like them but it's well known that the quality has gone down hill. They uses to be made in the USA but they are now made in China and places like that, using cheaper parts. Fine for light work but much better off with Bosch or Festool.
kingmaltloaf
fine for DIY but no good for site. Dewalt is not a great brand anymore.

Couldn't disagree more.

There not the best, but they still produce great tools.
fine for DIY but no good for site. Dewalt is not a great brand anymore.
Besford
Good brand, but is it really £120 worth of drill? These 'professional' brands are selling a lot of home/consumer stuff these days.

IMO, yes, this is aimed at professional use, not many manufacturers have a brushless combi in this price range.

Some brands are targeting B&Q etc with 'unique' power tools that have batteries not compatible across the range, Makita being a prime example, purely relying on there excellent LXT ranges' reputation, they have a cheaper and inferior version for the DIY market.
TheBiker
andynicol
TheBiker
I bought the hammer drill version DCD795D2 from Screwfix for £199 yet this place wants £219.99 +VAT = £263.99.
So if you want the hammer drill version head over to Screwfix.com.
ITS do the DCD795 with 1 x 4.0Ah battery for £179 ?Seen hereThis was an even better buy.
Swings and roundabouts re 1 x 4.0Ah or 2 x 2.0Ah, tradesmen would prefer the 4.0 but average DIYers would probably benefit more from the 2.0.
I have already bought it so not fussed TBH but I would of if I had paid £263.99 from ITS
AFAIK both trade and DIY would prefer TWO batteries as they can continue using/working whilst one battery is charging, and if both are charged then no benefit from one 4.0 amp battery over 2 2.0 amp.

Benefit from 2 x 2.0Ah over a 4.0Ah is the weight, the tradesman would appreciate the weight to longevity of a 4.0Ah, and more than likely have other power tools in the same range so would have multiple batteries,but IMHO the average DIYer would prefer 2 x 2.0Ah batteries as this would be easier (lighter) to use, a 2.0Ah would be more than ample for around the home jobs and would give piece of mind that they had a spare should the first battery develop a fault.



Edited By: andynicol on Jan 13, 2016 18:11
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Dewalt DCD795-T1 Drill, case and 1 4ah battery - £143.99 @ ITS

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Similar deal to http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dewalt-dcd795m2-18v-combi-drill-amazon-sold-tools4trade-185-74-posted-2362212 For those that don't need the two batteries, this offer is a comparable…
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andynicol
I think the 4.0Ah is a bit overkill for the average DIYer if there use was 20mins or so every other week, a couple of smaller Ah batteries would be better for those only using the drill sparingly IMHO, lighter to use and gives them piece of mind should a battery fail they have a spare.
For the tradesman This is a better deal 2 x 4.0Ah batteries for £40 more.
In saying that this is a great buy, especially for those who buy cheap drills and replace them regularly, buy this and it will give you years of service.
Have some heat.
Agree with all of this and I mentioned the other deal in my OP.
This just cuts the layout down for those not needing the two batteries and the case looks cool ;)

The DeWalt T-Stak cases are quality, the side clips work remarkably well to hold 2 cases together.
I've got a pic of it but can't work out how to attach it to this thread.
My local B&Q (Leyton) had the brushless 20V JCB 20 LIBL with a 3Ah battery for £93
andynicol
I think the 4.0Ah is a bit overkill for the average DIYer if there use was 20mins or so every other week, a couple of smaller Ah batteries would be better for those only using the drill sparingly IMHO, lighter to use and gives them piece of mind should a battery fail they have a spare.
For the tradesman This is a better deal 2 x 4.0Ah batteries for £40 more.
In saying that this is a great buy, especially for those who buy cheap drills and replace them regularly, buy this and it will give you years of service.
Have some heat.

Agree with all of this and I mentioned the other deal in my OP.

This just cuts the layout down for those not needing the two batteries and the case looks cool ;)
I think the 4.0Ah is a bit overkill for the average DIYer if there use was 20mins or so every other week, a couple of smaller Ah batteries would be better for those only using the drill sparingly IMHO, lighter to use and gives them piece of mind should a battery fail they have a spare.

For the tradesman This is a better deal 2 x 4.0Ah batteries for £40 more.

In saying that this is a great buy, especially for those who buy cheap drills and replace them regularly, buy this and it will give you years of service.

Have some heat.


Edited By: andynicol on Dec 29, 2015 10:44
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Bosch GSR108LI Bosch 10.8v Lithium-ion Cordless Drill/Driver @ its for £65.99

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Featuring a 1/4" Hex tool holder which enables rapid bit changing. The GSR108LI is powered by lithium ion technology, therefore can be left unused without self discharging and can be part charged
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quite often £99.99 for the dual pack with the two batteries so dont worry to much:)

how ever i use no other tools than bosch they are amazing!
How annoying that i missed out on that one.
Well that sold out super quick!
Worth noting that the batteries are interchangeable with other tools in the range e.g. Impact driver.

Edited By: smallsteve on Dec 28, 2015 08:46
out of stock but heat added for good find :)
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Makita 194579-2 Guide Rail Adaptor (To fit Makita Routers) £35.99 @ ITS

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This says for Makita router. Is this what you meant?
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dewalt xr brushless 18v 2x 4.0 £180.00 @ ITS

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Best deal I can find at the moment. Comes with large box case 2x 4.0 batters only other deal I have seen is screw fix but it's £20 more and you only get 2.0 batters.
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Seems a good deal. Love the batteries.
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