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Makita 8390/6390 18v Cordless Twinpack

Comes with 2 batterys the batterys are usaly this price alone perfect christmas present for the home DIY person

This offer will not be about long so be sure not to miss out. Neatly housed inside the carry case is the popular 8390 18v cordless combi drill and the 6390 18v cordless drill driver along with 2 x 18v 1.3Ah Ni-cad batteries and a fast charger.

Makita 8390 18v Cordless Combi

The 8390 combi features percussion drilling in masonry up to 13mm, perfect for hanging shelves etc around the house. It's powerful motor delivers enough torque to drill up to 36mm in wood and 13mm in steel, the mid handle design gives perfect balance and the rubber grip on the handle reduces user fatigue and vibration. It has a 2 speed gearbox, high for drilling with speed of 0-1,200rpm and low for screwdriving with speeds of 0-350rpm, 16 torque settings will enable perfect screwdriving every time. The machine is lightweight at just 2.3kg with it's battery and is the perfect all round machine for tradesman and keen DIYers.

Makita 6390 18v Cordless Drill Driver

The 6390 is an extremely powerful tool perfect for drilling both wood and steel and with 16 pre-set torque settings it is an excellent screwdriver. Thanks to it's powerful motor the 6390 can drill steel up to 13mm and timber up to 36mm, it has a 2 speed gearbox with 0-1,200rpm in high and 0-350rpm in low. It is comfortable to use thanks to it's mid handle design and rubber grip handle and lightweight at just 2.2kg with battery. This tool would suit tradesman that have a lot of screwdriving tasks and require that little bit of extra torque.

This kit is supplies as follows

- 8390 18v Cordless Combi Drill (13mm keyless chuck)
- 6390 18v Cordless Drill Driver (13mm keyless chuck)
- 2 x 18v 1.3Ah Ni-Cad batteries
- Fast Charger
- Carry Case
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#1
I wish I needed these....
HOT
#2
Have you got a direct link?

Cheers
#3
http://www.makitadirect.co.uk/acatalog/8390_6390_18v_Twinpack.html
bargain 30 min charging i just bought the ryobi twinpack though doh!
#4
adam787_1
Have you got a direct link?Cheers

click on the picture pal will take you to it
#5
The Combi included with this set is similar to the SITE drill ((Screwfix copy of the Makita) but at lower price and also 18v so its a brill deal.

http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/63/p4769963_l.jpghttp://www.makitadirect.co.uk/acatalog/lbm_46dbb9e7443c375bd696bb9924345ecb_300_300_ffffff_85.jpg

pity that the bats are only 1.3 Ah tho.

I think there will be a few offers like this as Manuf's move over to Li - ion.


Edited By: rizla01 on Dec 11, 2010 13:06
#6
i used to deal for black and decker and makita (one company BTW b&d being the lower version)
This should get very hot soon
#7
Lol at the site!! Cheap tat compared to makita!! You will be telling me that dewalt are just as good!!

rizla01
The Combi included with this set is similar to the SITE drill ((Screwfix copy of the Makita) but at lower price and also 18v so its a brill deal.

http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/63/p4769963_l.jpghttp://www.makitadirect.co.uk/acatalog/lbm_46dbb9e7443c375bd696bb9924345ecb_300_300_ffffff_85.jpg

pity that the bats are only 1.3 Ah tho.

I think there will be a few offers like this as Manuf's move over to Li - ion.

#8
taurus_the_bull
i used to deal for black and decker and makita (one company BTW b&d being the lower version) This should get very hot soon

Oh really..... I think you're mistaking Makita with DeWalt.......
#9
huddsguy
Lol at the site!! Cheap tat compared to makita!! You will be telling me that dewalt are just as good!!
rizla01
The Combi included with this set is similar to the SITE drill ((Screwfix copy of the Makita) but at lower price and also 18v so its a brill deal.http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/63/p4769963_l.jpghttp://www.makitadirect.co.uk/acatalog/lbm_46dbb9e7443c375bd696bb9924345ecb_300_300_ffffff_85.jpgpity that the bats are only 1.3 Ah tho.I think there will be a few offers like this as Manuf's move over to Li - ion.

LOL at you.... The "cheap tat" Site is exactly the same device as the Makita. Makita's DIY range (turqoise with orange batteries) are made by the same company who make the likes of Screwfix's Site brand. Do not mistake the DIY range with the high end pro range from Makita.
#10
nordberg
huddsguy
Lol at the site!! Cheap tat compared to makita!! You will be telling me that dewalt are just as good!!
rizla01
The Combi included with this set is similar to the SITE drill ((Screwfix copy of the Makita) but at lower price and also 18v so its a brill deal.http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/63/p4769963_l.jpghttp://www.makitadirect.co.uk/acatalog/lbm_46dbb9e7443c375bd696bb9924345ecb_300_300_ffffff_85.jpgpity that the bats are only 1.3 Ah tho.I think there will be a few offers like this as Manuf's move over to Li - ion.
LOL at you.... The "cheap tat" Site is exactly the same device as the Makita. Makita's DIY range (turqoise with orange batteries) are made by the same company who make the likes of Screwfix's Site brand. Do not mistake the DIY range with the high end pro range from Makita.

THANK YOU.

Someone else on here that knows what they are talking about.

Christ. You only need to LOOK at them to see that they are the same manufacturer?

Edited By: rizla01 on Dec 11, 2010 14:34
#11
I bought a load of 18v site electric drills to rob for the batteries when they did them for £50.

We took a site drill apart - all internal components were identical. Not similar, IDENTICAL. Same part no's, the lot.
#12
rizla01
nordberg
huddsguy
Lol at the site!! Cheap tat compared to makita!! You will be telling me that dewalt are just as good!!
rizla01
The Combi included with this set is similar to the SITE drill ((Screwfix copy of the Makita) but at lower price and also 18v so its a brill deal.http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/63/p4769963_l.jpghttp://www.makitadirect.co.uk/acatalog/lbm_46dbb9e7443c375bd696bb9924345ecb_300_300_ffffff_85.jpgpity that the bats are only 1.3 Ah tho.I think there will be a few offers like this as Manuf's move over to Li - ion.
LOL at you.... The "cheap tat" Site is exactly the same device as the Makita. Makita's DIY range (turqoise with orange batteries) are made by the same company who make the likes of Screwfix's Site brand. Do not mistake the DIY range with the high end pro range from Makita.


THANK YOU.

Someone else on here that knows what they are talking about.

Christ. You only need to LOOK at them to see that they are the same manufacturer?

I'm confused by this banter and counter-banter. As one who is not in the trade, is this a good item or a budget range? Also, looking at the web site, these 2 items in the twin pack look almost identical, so what's the difference?
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spock1958
rizla01
nordberg
huddsguy
Lol at the site!! Cheap tat compared to makita!! You will be telling me that dewalt are just as good!!
rizla01
The Combi included with this set is similar to the SITE drill ((Screwfix copy of the Makita) but at lower price and also 18v so its a brill deal.http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/63/p4769963_l.jpghttp://www.makitadirect.co.uk/acatalog/lbm_46dbb9e7443c375bd696bb9924345ecb_300_300_ffffff_85.jpgpity that the bats are only 1.3 Ah tho.I think there will be a few offers like this as Manuf's move over to Li - ion.
LOL at you.... The "cheap tat" Site is exactly the same device as the Makita. Makita's DIY range (turqoise with orange batteries) are made by the same company who make the likes of Screwfix's Site brand. Do not mistake the DIY range with the high end pro range from Makita.
THANK YOU.Someoneelse on here that knows what they are talking about.Christ. You only need to LOOK at them to see that they are the same manufacturer?
I'm confused by this banter and counter-banter. As one who is not in the trade, is this a good item or a budget range? Also, looking at the web site, these 2 items in the twin pack look almost identical, so what's the difference?

these are ideal for DIY jobs if your in the trade you need heavy duty ones but just for bits and bobs this will to the trick fine mate. the difference one is just a Driver (for screwing) then the other one has the "hammer" function for drilling walls etc
#14
Without doubt the best drills you will buy.
Can turn the starter motor on a tank with these babies - and they will last forever

HOT HOT HOT !
#15
Link Dead - "no reply from this server"
#16
sold out

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