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Makita 18V Combi Drill 8390DWPE £70 Off £99.99

£99.99 @ Screwfix
Well balanced 3-mode Combi Drill for general drilling, masonry drilling and screwdriving. Features comfortable soft-grip handle, durable all-metal gearing and powerful motor delivering high torque. Am… Read More
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1d, 6m agoFound 1 decade, 6 months ago
Well balanced 3-mode Combi Drill for general drilling, masonry drilling and screwdriving. Features comfortable soft-grip handle, durable all-metal gearing and powerful motor delivering high torque. Amazing value with £70 off.

18V
2-Speed Variable & Reverse
13mm Keyless Chuck
16 Torque Settings
Electric Brake
2 x 1.3Ah Ni-Cd Batteries
1Hour Charger
Carry Case
100 piece accessory kit: 13 x nut drivers 5mm-13mm, 1 x counter sink, 2 x screwfinders, 3 x 6mm hex shank flat bits 12, 16,19mm, 6 x tin coated HSS Drills 3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5mm, 6 x masonry drill bits 3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5mm 6 x wood drill bits 3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5mm, 1 x centre punch, 20 x 50mm screwdriver bits, 30 x 25mm screwdriver bits, 1 x magnetic bit extension, 1 x magnetic bit holder, 1 x 200mm spirit level, 4 x holesaws 54, 45, 38, 32mm, 1 x holesaw arbour, 4 x depth stops, 1 x Allen key.

Specifications

Price £99.99
Brand Makita
Model No. 8390DWPE-1
Voltage 18 V
No Load Speed 0 - 1200rpm
Capacity In Steel 13 mm
Capacity In Wood 36 mm
No. Torque Settings 16
Electric Brake Yes
Power Drill Gearbox Speed 2
Reversible Drilling Yes
No.of Batteries 2
Battery Type Ni-Cd
Charge Time 1 hr
Chuck Type Keyless
Chuck Capacity 13mm
Weight (Ex. Batteries) 2.3 kg
Carrying Facility Case
Quote 49006

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#1
Excellent drill, bought it for this price probably around 4 months ago, this has been on offer for quite some time
#2
Welcome to the forums jue, and thanks for the deal post. Well done!
[mod]#3
Welcome to hukd's from me too jue :thumbsup: Good post!
#4
Makita stuff is generally discounted everywhere. Don't pay RRP..

We went up to the local tool hire store to pick one up for work and the RRP was £189 , but the price to us ( being account holders) was £89.. I was flabbergasted the discount was so high. I was tempted to get one for myself. We was originally just going to get another battery for our existing drill, but it was only £10 more for a complete new drill with 2 batteries,charger,case etc.

Its not clear if this one has hammer action. If it doesn't then i would avoid it and buy one that does. £99 is a lot of money for a cordless drill even if it is a good brand.
#5
simes
...£99 is a lot of money for a cordless drill even if it is a good brand.
Yeah, was thinking the same thing, although the price for this particular product looks good.

If you could accept a less well known brand, then Lidl have an 18V cordless drill on offer this Thursday for just £19.99

http://www.lidl.co.uk/C1256C790050C7BC/images/GB.06_8262/$file/06_8262_b.jpg

[SIZE=2]http://www.lidl.co.uk/uk/home.nsf/pages/c.o.20061207.p.18V_Rechargeable_Drill.ar2[/SIZE]
[SIZE=3][/SIZE]

[SIZE=3]18V Rechargeable Drill[/SIZE]
[LIST]
[*]Powerful 330W rechargeable drill
[*]Spindle lock with original Röhm keyless chuck
[*]With 2-speed gearbox: 0 - 500/1,400rpm
[*]Clockwise and anti-clockwise operation
[*]16 torque settings
[*]2 Batteries supplied
[*]Battery status indicator light
[*]Supplied with 2 double-ended bits
[*]Ergonomically shaped soft grip handle
[*]Supplied in a sturdy carry case
[*][COLOR=#ff0000]Free 3 year manufacturer's warranty[/COLOR][/LIST]Not as well known a brand as the OP offering and without the free accessory kit, but with a 3 year manufacturers warranty you can't go far wrong! :thumbsup:
#6
simes


Its not clear if this one has hammer action. If it doesn't then i would avoid it and buy one that does. £99 is a lot of money for a cordless drill even if it is a good brand.


'Well balanced 3-mode Combi Drill for general drilling, masonry drilling and screwdriving'

I would say from that sentence you could certinally come to the conclusion it it has hammer action.

Infact I think all drills marketed as 'combi' have hammer action, if they dont they are normally reffered to as 'drill/driver'

If you were in doubt google '8390DWPE' and look at the powertools link, should come up first, they have it for about £88 but need to pay delivery, be ok if can pick up from them or buying other kit at same time.

Anyway I have this drill as said before and it's an excellent piece of kit, there is no comparison with some £20 Lidls machine, believe me.

I bought a 24v Bosch just before this 18v Makita and ended up puting the Bosch back, it was not a patch on the Makita.

I also have a Makita circular saw and again you just feel the quality when using it compared to cheaper machines and it certinally makes better cuts, maybe not important if just ripping loft boards and the like but when doing worktops it makes very good cuts.
#7
Premier
Not as well known a brand as the OP offering and without the free accessory kit, but with a 3 year manufacturers warranty you can't go far wrong! :thumbsup:


until you actually need to do more than drill plasterboard ;)
#8
That lidl drill actually looks very good going by the picture and the spec..
The batteries are a good spec ( and you get two) ..

Unfortunately its not coming up as one of the specials in my area ( east midlands).

I have used makita drills at work, and though they are good ,they are in no way worth 5 times the cost of the lidl drill. If you use them daily in your job then fair enough .But for occasional DIY use they are not worth the extra money. There is no reason to believe it will drill any better than a £20 drill ( though it MAY last longer if in regular use)
#9
When I did the aforementioned google search on the name the first thing I found was that it's cheaper elsewhere :)
#10
Artemis
When I did the aforementioned google search on the name the first thing I found was that it's cheaper elsewhere :)


Yes as I said £88, but about £96 with delivery, so unless can collect or buying other stuff, not such a deal, coupled with the fact you get a free bits and bobs kit from Screwfix
#11
simes




I have used makita drills at work, and though they are good ,they are in no way worth 5 times the cost of the lidl drill. If you use them daily in your job then fair enough .But for occasional DIY use they are not worth the extra money. There is no reason to believe it will drill any better than a £20 drill ( though it MAY last longer if in regular use)


Course it will drill better, its not more expensive just cause of a name.

Not only will it drill better but there is far more power and contol.

You would be lucky to make much of a mark in masonry with the lidl one.

Occasional DIY or daily job, fair point but some people come in the middle somewhere.
#12
I was going to replace my knackered "cheap and cheerful" cordless drill with another "cheapie", but opted for the Screwfix Makita deal. Glad I did, as I think with tools you do get what you pay for, otherwise we'd all be buying our stuff from the pound shops! It's powerful, the batteries last ages, and does have a hammer action that handles brickwork.

The advantage of having the free box of bits included means you are tempted to get on with all those nagging DIY jobs that have been hanging around for months!:whistling:

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