Makita 8390 DWPE3 Combi Drill 18V - £79.99 dld - HotUKDeals
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Makita 8390 DWPE3 Combi Drill 18V - £79.99 dld

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banned8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago
Has certainly been mentioned very recently, BUT NOT AT THIS PRICE, so I thought it was prudent to post again. Saving of £15 from an already very keen price.


Compact, well-balanced, 2-speed Combi Drill with electric brake and easy to use controls.

* 18V
* 2-Speed Variable & Reverse
* 1hr Charger
* 16 Torque Settings
* 3 x 1.3Ah Ni-Cd Batteries
* 13mm Keyless Chuck
* Carry Case
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#1
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#2
Makita rocks, no one else can match the quality!!!
#3
yeah but these arnt the best if you in the building trade. 1.3ah battery wont last five minutes thats the reason the same 18v with 2.6/3.0ah is triple the price

ideal for a diy'er tho
#4
jod
yeah but these arnt the best if you in the building trade. 1.3ah battery wont last five minutes thats the reason the same 18v with 2.6/3.0ah is triple the price

ideal for a diy'er tho



Ideal for home or work, you're not as bothered about a £40 1.3Ah battery being dropped by a clumsy ass hoodie compared to a £100 3Ah :whistling:

Great price, hot!
#5
GREAT price with 3 batteries.

Definitely for the DIY market though.

Sadly I presently have four rechargeables. 2 Wolf 12v, One B&D 12v and 1 Ryobi 14.4v (Batteries are beginning to lose their charge now)
If only my Ryobi would die. (Cost £100 with 3 batteries about three yrs ago) I'd gladly buy this.
#6
Hubby works for Screwfix and just sent me the best offers over, if you search for these numbers
Dewalt 2kg sds Plus Hammer Drill - 43520
254mm Compound Mitre Saw - 33136
Ryobi 2 Kg SDS 23674

They are also having a sales drive in the Trade counters so might be worth popping in to see what is on offer ;-)
#7
These are great. Building my own house out here in the Czech Republic and got fed up taking back burnt out drills to the shops for a refund, so bought this last year. Paid a bit more, 90 quid i think, but it came with a large drawer case with about 90 genuine makita bits. The whole set is absolute class - never broken a bit yet. Its really a drill driver for assembling kitchens and the like not for constantly drilling through brick walls. I have a Makita Hammer drill for that. Gotta say, the lower capacity batteries are no problem, as they only take 30 minutes to charge, and if you manage to discharge the other two in less than 30 minutes, your using this for something it wasnt really intended for. That said, never had a problem drilling the walls with this either when i couldnt be bothered getting the extention lead out. Voted Hot.
#8
I prefer the blue bosch drills to Makita. But it is a very good price. Who cares if the batteries are only 1.3AH, there are three of them. Keep one charging while using another. No issue really.
#9
Oh man bummer! I paid like £99 a couple of months for the same drill! Although this was a backup as I also have the more powerful MAkita MXT 8444 with 3.0Ah batts. This is an excellent drill for the price. Buy today!
#10
rizla01
Definitely for the DIY market though.


I'd better quit my job tomorrow then, along with about another 6 guys! :roll:


rizla01
Sadly I presently have four rechargeables. 2 Wolf 12v, One B&D 12v and 1 Ryobi 14.4v


Yes, that is sad :whistling:

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