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MAKITA 8391DWPETK plus 101 piece accessory set - £79.00 @ B&Q

£79.00 @ B&Q
IN B&Q - IN STORE ONLY FOR £79 GOING GOING GONE IN B&Q - 4 DAYS Features * 18V * 2 Mechanical gears * Forward/Reverse rotation * Variable speed trigger * Electronic Brake … Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
IN B&Q - IN STORE ONLY FOR £79
GOING GOING GONE IN B&Q - 4 DAYS
Features
* 18V
* 2 Mechanical gears
* Forward/Reverse rotation
* Variable speed trigger
* Electronic Brake

Comes with

* 2 x 1.3Ah Ni-Cad Batteries
* Charger
* Double ended bit
* Carrying case
* 101 piece accessory kit

101 piece accessory kit includes.

* 13 * Nutdrivers.
* 4 * Drill Stop
* 1 * Hex key
* 2 * Screw Holders
* 1 * Center Punch
* 1 * Counter Sink
* 6 * Brad Point Drills
* 6 * HSS Drils
* 6 * Masonary Drills
* 3 Flat Bits
* 5 Hole Saws
* 1 * Bit Driver Handle
* 1 * 8" Alluminium Spirit Level
* 30 * 25mm Screwdriver Bits
* 20 * 50mm Screwdriver Bits
* 1 * 60mm Magnetic Bit Holder
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#1
This is Ok for the Diy enthusiast not a bad price make a nice gift Heat added
#2
Excellent price and Excellent 1st post.

Welcome on board.

Alternative has 3 Batteries and is £115.00
http://www.toolstop.co.uk/makita-8391dwpe3-18v-combi-drill-3-x-1.3ah-ni-cad-batteries-p6021

GOOD FIND. Heat Added.
#3
http://i20.ebayimg.com/04/i/001/32/24/3437_1.JPG

Bigger Piccy of THIS deal
#4
Dont take this as gospel but I am a rep to the competitor of Makita and I was told that B+Q are going to reduce this further next week if they have any stock left to £69 but not 100%
#5
My 'Bosch' has packed up, so this sounds good to me.

:-)
#6
anyone know what the batteries are like for holding charge?
#7
batteries are not to bad but you get a fast charger i think its either 20 or 30mins. I have the same version of this drill but with 3 batteries. when you have 2 batteries though one can be charging on while using the other.
#8
worst batteries ever. a true diy kit
#9
MajorCockUp
worst batteries ever. a true diy kit

Would you expect anything else from diy.com?
granted they arent the best batteries in the world, but if you can find anything even near this price for a makita with all the accessories - perhaps you could post it for us? ;-) I hope you can as B&Q say on their site theyll beat it by another 10% if you better their price on this kit!
The cheapest I can find for the body alone is £86.25!
#10
Just something to note but I don't think it's got hammer drill mentioned (incorperated) within the drill....
#11
Once you've had a play with kit with lithium batteries it's hard to go back to these. These are the ones with plastic chucks that seem to slip after time aswell.
#12
A very good deal for what you get, of course there are better drills and battery's out there but not at this price Heat added.
#13
paid £99 about 5 months ago can't really fault it...
#14
is it hammer????
#15
kzlbfx
Just something to note but I don't think it's got hammer drill mentioned (incorperated) within the drill....


It definitely has hammer action. I just raced down to my local B&Q and bought one.

As an occasional DiY-er this will more than suit my needs.

Well chuffed.

Great post.
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Hammer Time....





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#17
badgerman2
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Can't touch this !!!
#18
de de de de deeee de de de de da . . . . . . . . . . . cant touch this . . . . .
#19
These Makitas are smashing little drills/drivers but if you're putting them to any serious regular use the chucks are a complete pain, they loosen up after every few screws if they're working hard, eventually having to tighten it up after every use. Mind you, that's after a year of fairly regular use so it's still value for money, and the Makita bits are worth having.
#20
Excellent brand,Makita but this IS a diy drill with sh1t batteries
Always look for batteries with at least 2.0 Ah
Bad at holding charge
Excellent deal though for the price
banned#21
vitertexltd
is it hammer????


No, its a drill.
#22
I bought one of these yesterday and put it to action this morning.. can't fault it.

Sure it's not pro quality, but for the price it'll do you proud!!
#23
I've been using one of these atleast every second day for about a year (paid £99) and had no trouble. Great drill. Easily gets thru walls (running cables). Battery will last aroound a month if sticking sockets on etc.

Its perfect for me and see quite a lot of sparkies etc on site with them too.
#24
Makita is a top quality make. I have used the drills, grinders, nibblers This is cheap for this make.

I say this make is your Bang & Olufsen of the drill world.

I'm quite surprised you can buy the Makita make form B&Q
#25
ni-cad

li-ion is the standard now
#26
jerdeber
de de de de deeee de de de de da . . . . . . . . . . . cant touch this . . . . .



Wasn't that the Police? :)
#27
Awesome deal, cheers - dropped into Reading B&Q and grabbed one over lunch (there were loads available)

Bought my Dad the same package but without the drill bit kit for £99 (from Screwfix) about 6 months ago and thought that was a bargain - this is great:thumbsup:
#28
bargain price! i went over to the makita li-ion now. but used one of these for 2 years! yes the chuck is ****(plastic) but you can easily change over to a metal chuck. makita is by far the best make of power tools out there!! and they have by far surpassed dewalt as the number 1 company!
#29
I'll call them tomorrow as this is a great deal
#30
myaser88
ni-cad

li-ion is the standard now


Can you point me to a li-ion at this price I would like a li-ion at this price please.
#31
I've seen the advert for the going going gone event and it only shows a few items...anyone know of all the deals included in this event?

Oh and heat added!!!
#32
I've had this exact set for over a year.
Used everyday for anything you can think of.
I haven't used my power drill since I bought this.
Just remember to put the battery you are not using on charge and you'll be fine.
To give you an idea, yesterday i fitted two internal doors with locks and i used the same battery (that's a lot if you have ever seen installing a door and especially a lock).
I used it today for about 20 screws through plywood without pilot holes and still going.
This is a bargain.
#33
This is the two bat version of the 8391 SF were doing, so the drill bit case makes it a match on price taking things into consideration. Personally I'd have the extra bat as Makita drill bit are pants.

Now to clear up some stupid comments from people etc...

MajorCockUp
worst batteries ever. a true diy kit

Are you an ignoramus? These batteries are fine. They are Ni.Cd and are 1.3Ah in capacity. Yeah not great but charged correctly they will be fine. For your information it is not a DIY drill, I've seem many tradesman carry these. Granted it is at their lower end of the market but definitely not DIY. Try the Maktec or Site products which are their own DIY range.

agnostic
Excellent brand,Makita but this IS a diy drill with sh1t batteries
Always look for batteries with at least 2.0 Ah
Bad at holding charge
Excellent deal though for the price


See above. Don't limit yourself with the capacity. You have two bats used them! Again its not a DIY drill FFS.

myaser88
ni-cad

li-ion is the standard now


I dont think so. Li-ion has a long way to go, Ni-Mh is still widely used and so is Ni-Cd. For the power you cant beet Ni-Cd.

sonygeezer
Can you point me to a li-ion at this price I would like a li-ion at this price please.


No Chance. Try 3 times the cost of this drill and you might find something.
#34
fair do . .

its good to be corrected :thumbsup:
#35
I got one of these and am well happy with it. Bargain at the price for what you get.
#36
great got my dad one of these today and now I want one, you can see it's much better quality than the DIY, bosch types. Thanks

(Although I am now a music producer i was a BAe aerospace engineer so kind of know tools, but now am also a professional skinflint)
#37
Some people are never happy. Makita drills are EXCELLENT and I can say that having had mine for almost 9 years. 4 of those years were working as a chippie, so the drill got some serious abuse every day. Nowadays it only gets used for DIY around the house but it is still going strong. Mine is 14.4V Ni-Cd. One of the batteries has pretty much packed up but after 9 years of use, I dont think it has done to bad, I am even considering just buying new batteries as the drill body is still in good nick. This is a great deal for a great bit of kit!

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