MAKITA 8391DWPE 18V Combi Drill + 2 Batteries £89.98 @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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MAKITA 8391DWPE 18V Combi Drill + 2 Batteries £89.98
was £212.98 then £99.98 now £89.98 for 4 day's only!

18v Combi Drill with 2 Batteries for drilling masonry, wood, steel, etc

*features*
Weight (kg): 2.3
Brand: Makita
Colour: Blue
Safety Cut Out: No
Hammer (Y/N): Yes
Keyless/Keyed Chuck: Keyless
Warranty/guarantee: Guarantee
Warranty/guarantee details: 1 year
WEEE Requirements: Consumer Equip
Manuf part no: 8391DWPE
No. of Drill Speeds: 2
Power (Volts): 18
Corded/Cordless: Cordless
Drill Depth - Masonary (mm): 13
Drill Depth - Metal (mm): 13
Drill Depth - Wood (mm): 36

*additional information*
13mm Keyless chuck
2 speed gearbox
Variable speed
Forward & reverse
Soft grip handle
Carry case
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#1
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#2
Bought one of these from Screwfix last weekend - fantastic drill for the price. It's quite weighty though, but certainly packs a punch, especially given the price.
#3
I ordered yesterday Makita BHP452 18v Li-ion £159.95. But I still think I should not change my mind. As the one I ordered is:
- 3.0Ah Li-ion Battery

What do experts on here think? What would do?
#5
Really good find - I bought mine on £99 deal @ B&Q and was worth every penny so certainly worth this price
#6
Fine for DIY use.
#7
Bargain.

& I am gutted because I bought the AEG with 2 Ni-Cads on Monday for about £67 (15% discount). I saw these by the entrance when I walked in & asked how much they were. I was told £219.

This is a much better buy then the AEG .
#8
They have a hitachi li-ion with 2 batts for £89.... saw it there this morning..... better deal

B&Q

Edited By: BustyB293 on Nov 12, 2010 13:27
#9
I have a 15% code for B&Q if I buy online DONTGO15 , but I can't find out where to input it when I try to checkout with this item - any ideas?


Edited By: badgerman2 on Nov 12, 2010 13:30
banned#10
Bargain and you can save on dentists bills too!
oO
#11
I got this for £72 from screwfix back in May when they where £79.99 for a weekend with 10% voucher :D - Fantastic drill - lots and lots of torque. Had a few issues with the chuck letting bits come lose but that may be me just not tightening it enough.

I've done big jobs with this effortless - large hole saw into thick kitchen unit chip board - went straight through no complaining.
#12
For £124 with only 1 bat but who cares, this is a bargain....... look up how much that battery costs for this unit and you will see what I am saying, the XRP stuff if good...Dewaltxrp its a 2.0 li-lon
#13
BustyB293
They have a hitachi li-ion with 2 batts for £89.... saw it there this morning..... better deal

B&Q


Is this one actually better?
#14
Its Li-ion, dont think the other one is, I may be wrong...... but the dewalt will last years, if it dont get nicked!
#16
computer3780
I ordered yesterday Makita BHP452 18v Li-ion £159.95. But I still think I should not change my mind. As the one I ordered is:- 3.0Ah Li-ion Battery What do experts on here think? What would do?

only 1 battery but that will be fine for diy and its lithium ion anyway so keeps charge better and quicker to charge...having said that ive bought a dewalt for b&Q with 2 batteries nicad and its superb
#17
BustyB293
Its Li-ion, dont think the other one is, I may be wrong...... but the dewalt will last years, if it dont get nicked!

yeh i just bought my dewalt, was a day old and went down to my allotment to build a shed.....left my dad there and told him t take the stuff if he leaves as i had to go and get some items which took about 25 mins.....came back and hed left and left my tools there...wasnt happy....£500+ of tools lying there ready for anyone to help themselves
#18
royals
BustyB293
Its Li-ion, dont think the other one is, I may be wrong...... but the dewalt will last years, if it dont get nicked!


yeh i just bought my dewalt, was a day old and went down to my allotment to build a shed.....left my dad there and told him t take the stuff if he leaves as i had to go and get some items which took about 25 mins.....came back and hed left and left my tools there...wasnt happy....£500+ of tools lying there ready for anyone to help themselves


Sorry to hear that, a lot of people knock dewalt, but most builders and shopfitters use them and you always see loads on site. They lost out a few years back as they were slower than Makita and the other with bringing out the Li-ion batteries, the build was always there, and they have caught up now.
#19
YouDontWantToKnow
Bargain.& I am gutted because I bought the AEG with 2 Ni-Cads on Monday for about £67 (15% discount). I saw these by the entrance when I walked in & asked how much they were. I was told £219.This is a much better buy then the AEG .

I wouldn't be too bothered. The AEG is a great drill especially at that money. It has 47nm of torque which is pretty damn high. Don't know what this drill has but i'd be surprised if it was massively higher if at all.
#20
Chick21
BustyB293
They have a hitachi li-ion with 2 batts for £89.... saw it there this morning..... better dealB&Q
Is this one actually better?

I bought the Hitachi when both were £99. because it had li-ion batteries even though the Makita ni-cad model was outselling it 4 to 1 on the day ( I was deliberating for quite a while). Clearly there was a reason for that, the Hitachi is not up to in my opinion just ok for very light diy.
#21


This seems like a better deal to me and you also the get the amazing Axminster catalogue

Edited By: Damon on Nov 12, 2010 17:41
#22
These aren't refurbs from Iraq, are they?
#23
BustyB293
They have a hitachi li-ion with 2 batts for £89.... saw it there this morning..... better deal

B&Q


I have this the Lion are brilliant 30 mins charge heck load of power and a good hammer on the drill!
#24

I did try posting this up a while ago but it didn't get much interest!
I've had this drill for a few months and it's a good piece of kit. My dad borrows it and uses it alongside his DeWalt and he slightly prefers the Makita - not knocking the DeWalt though, it's another good drill.


Edited By: CurlyBen on Nov 12, 2010 19:01
#25
CurlyBen

I did try posting this up a while ago but it didn't get much interest!
I've had this drill for a few months and it's a good piece of kit. My dad borrows it and uses it alongside his DeWalt and he slightly prefers the Makita - not knocking the DeWalt though, it's another good drill.




Heated for both

Edited By: BadBeatDuke on Nov 13, 2010 09:02: .
#26
If you are after decent hand tools try Toolman Yardley, the cheapest for Bahco, irwin, stabila etc

This drill is ok for someone like me (spark), but if i was a dry liner or joiner etc i would go for the makita LXT range as mentioned earlier in the thread, you get the 3.0 a lithium battery as this is more designed for the heavy user, if i am doing anything major i will get out the trusty 110v bosch which i have hammered for years and never lets me down!

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