Makita 9.6v Cordless drill,torch x2 batteries £54.90 @ Tooled-Up - HotUKDeals
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This is a great drill and torch set, very light but powerful.

Makita 6260DWPle 9.6v Cordless 10mm Drill Driver Keyless Chuck Var Speed + Torch + Case + 2 Batts 1.3ah

Compact lightweight (1.4kg) design 9.6v drill driver.
High /low speed metal gearbox.
10mm maximum in steel, 21mm in wood.
Two 1.3Ah batteries, charger,
keyless chuck and carrying case.
And Torch
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#1
Direct link here. Seems a good deal - Makita are excellent.

By the way, it comes in at £54.90 including delivery.
#2
Thanks for the post. I've updated it to include the delivery charge, which we always try to show here. :)
#3
Thanks,still getting the hang of things.
#4
Excellent bit of kit but I fear unappreciated by some on here at that price. Hot for me.
#5
Damn hot and will mule all over other brands even if they are 24v!
#6
Good deal added heat
#7
not sure if its hot or not is that low a voltage any good?
#8
Great deal - 5% Quidco too.................Martin
#9
That is HOT.

Don't worry about the voltage - its a bit like cheap cameras with huge megapixels. This will outperform any cheap 24v drill.
#10
Order one thanks.
This is a fantastic price!
These are £99 in my local B&Q and without the tourch!
#11
I have this with the two batteries and I can tell you it's a great drill indeed. You might need a more powerful one for some really tough building work, but even for most building needs and indoor smaller jobs these are great.
(p.s. I build and renovate!)
#12
Notice the battery is red. This indicates it's not very powerful.

Not a bad deal though.
#13
Never heard of the make - get a Dewalt if you want a good make

This is DOUBLE the price of what I pay for a cheapo make cordless drill
#14
MUCH better deal here for £99 though. Strike a comparison.
Makita 8390 DWPE3
18V
2-Speed Variable & Reverse
1hr Charger
16 Torque Settings PLUS Hammer.
3 x 1.3Ah Ni-Cd Batteries
13mm Keyless Chuck
Carry Case
http://www.screwfix.com/prods/77831/Power-Tools/Cordless-Drills/Makita-8390-DWPE3-Combi-Drill-18V

No torch though.
Does anyone know if it's the head torch worth about £25.00. Nice if it is.
#15
Makita is a great make and very well made tools. Usually very expensive
#16
stphnstevey
Never heard of the make - get a Dewalt if you want a good make

This is DOUBLE the price of what I pay for a cheapo make cordless drill


If you have never heard of Makita tools you obviously have no idea about tools so why are you even commenting on this deal! Idiot :whistling:

Voted hot but already got the 18v from screwfix.
#17
stphnstevey
Never heard of the make - get a Dewalt if you want a good make

This is DOUBLE the price of what I pay for a cheapo make cordless drill


Makita is a well respected high-end manufacturer of power tools. The equivalent to the DeWalt range in terms of quality. Used both - wouldn't like to say which is the better althoughmost people have got their own favourite.
#18
stphnstevey
Never heard of the make - get a Dewalt if you want a good make

This is DOUBLE the price of what I pay for a cheapo make cordless drill


That is hilarious. Someone offering advice on power tools who's never heard of Makita.

It's like someone offering advice on cars saying (BMW, never heard of them, get a Merc instead) :p:w00t::thumbsup:
#19
owlass - the deal you've posted, has had the price dropped even further to [COLOR="Red"]£49.95!!![/COLOR]
#20
Dewalt are juwst a black and decker in a different colour case. Makita are the dogs.
#21
http://www.makitauk.com/
The batteries are 30 min quick charge ones and I find that sometimes I do use them together, but have never needed 3!?
I should have waited as they did the torch top just after I bought mine (drill & 2 batts and case) and would be very useful as the batteries are very good.
If you pay double then the deal with 3 batts and slightly bigger model at screwfix is a good one - but it has the same 1.3Ah so very very similar apart from the hammer action.
You can also get this deal - if you need 3 batts - http://www.tooled-up.com/ManProduct.asp?PID=124297 for £69 + postage.
Had mine for over 18 months now and it's excellent. This is an excellent drill and quite small but still fairly powerful. Yes if you need to do serious masonry work then get a bigger drill. I have only needed my bigger drill for exactly that - drilling in to concrete and solid brickwork. 9/10 times you can use this for normal small & medium jobs.
I haven't used tooledup but have screwfix and they are pretty reliable.
#22
rizla01
MUCH better deal here for £99 though. Strike a comparison.
Makita 8390 DWPE3
18V
2-Speed Variable & Reverse
1hr Charger
16 Torque Settings PLUS Hammer.
3 x 1.3Ah Ni-Cd Batteries
13mm Keyless Chuck
Carry Case
http://www.screwfix.com/prods/77831/Power-Tools/Cordless-Drills/Makita-8390-DWPE3-Combi-Drill-18V

No torch though.
Does anyone know if it's the head torch worth about £25.00. Nice if it is.


I picked one of these up too. An excellent drill. I have been put off by DeWalt since they were taken over by B&D, the older stuff was very good now Makita > DeWalt.

Also dont compare voltages and cost effectiveness the 9.6V Makita is for a purpose... Driving and light drilling only. Get another drill for Drilling. This however would make a great addition to my 18V. Cheers for posting.
#23
stphnstevey
Never heard of the make - get a Dewalt if you want a good make

This is DOUBLE the price of what I pay for a cheapo make cordless drill


Makita is an excellent make !!!
#24
I use a 12V Makita drill driver and torque driver every day
The only problem with this drill is the 1.3ah rating of the battery, this means with a lot of use you will be needing to recharge the battery fairly often, but with 2 batterys you'll always have one ready.
I bought my drill driver to replace my old 14.4V Dewalt, the 12V Makita is a match for my old Dewalt.

Makita make great kit, mine has been dropped onto the floor many times :whistling: and is still fine

Its false economy to buy cheap micky mouse name battery drills, as has been said this drill will out perform higher voltage cheap makes.
#25
Also like to note that spare parts are readily available, I will buying a new motor and gearbox for my 18V combi as that is what will fail if anything... in 10 years time. Will set me back £30 well worth it.
#26
I have got the makita from Screwfix and it is a cracking piece of kit.
#27
stphnstevey
Never heard of the make - get a Dewalt if you want a good make

This is DOUBLE the price of what I pay for a cheapo make cordless drill


OH MY GOD that has to be the worst advice ever on the planet! Firstly Makita are the best about mate and all of us use them on site. Second Dewalt were good and now they are owned by black and decker and since are now rubbish and we dont touch them on site - I got to go and lay down - I'm in total shock!!!!!!!!!!!!
#28
Mister_E
OH MY GOD that has to be the worst advice ever on the planet! Firstly Makita are the best about mate and all of us use them on site. Second Dewalt were good and now they are owned by black and decker and since are now rubbish and we dont touch them on site - I got to go and lay down - I'm in total shock!!!!!!!!!!!!


Crikey, maybe he is one of those cowboy builders if he thinks a Dewalt is good :-D
#29
muwuahahahahahahaa I got an old (5yr) dewalt 9v still going strong, they were great but they were also always the poor mans makita but would do the job, now they dont and we have gone through 12 drills in the last 3 months hence we only use Makita now :-)
#30
Even i've heard of Makita lol!
Actually my partner has a Makita that cost us £230 one year and one week ago so i'm just about to get onto them... I hope they will honour the one year guarentee!!
PS Mister_E who says "muwuahahahahahahaa" I do think I know you dear boy :-D:?
#31
You all sound like adverts, give it a rest! We have only recently had the xbox and ps3 fan boys give it a rest!
#32
makita is second to hilti only. :santa:
#33
makita never heard of them get b&q powerplus brand far better :-D
#34
Shirl
Even i've heard of Makita lol!
Actually my partner has a Makita that cost us £230 one year and one week ago so i'm just about to get onto them... I hope they will honour the one year guarentee!!
PS Mister_E who says "muwuahahahahahahaa" I do think I know you dear boy :-D:?


awuk rofl I think you do Shirl :-) Small world :-)
#35
9.6 volt makita won't last long under constant use you need 14.4 V minimum otherwise battery runs out before other one is charged, always used to buy Makita but then build quality dropped drastically (they are obviously built to a price), clutches burn't out, chucks snapped, motors burn't out ect, then went with hitatchi 14.4V never had any problems with them, just recently bought drill from screwfix it's thier own brand Erbauer 14.4V, 1 hour charge, 21 torque settings plus hammer, 2*14.4V 2.0Ah batteries normally priced £69.99 they sent me sale catelog and it was reduced to £39.99 = 10% discount only payed £36.00, from my local trade counter the jacobs chuck alone is £13.00, deWalt are to heavy and they are also made by Black & Decker and horrendously over priced for what they are.
#36
Mister_E;1403982
awuk rofl I think you do Shirl :-) Small world :-)

I just saw the "muwuahahahahahahaa" and thought, ah I know someone who says that, then looked at the name lol.
Happy new year MrE :thumbsup:
#37
Is this not a bit expensive for 9.6v drill. I posted a18v woolworths drill on here for £30 a few months ago and it didn't go down to well. I have to say I have never heard of this make either, and voted cold. I was maybe a little hasty. and should have read the comments first. The point I'm trying to make here is that for someone like myself who's lucky if they use a drill once in 5 years, surely would be better with a cheap one. Though I can see where you guys are coming from, and by the sound of it I think maybe for the likes of you guys this is the sort of kit you need for reliability and everyday use. HAPPY NEW YEAR anyway, in defence of non D.I.Y GUYS.
#38
Surely this must be ice cold..... There were Tesco Value drills before Christmas for under £10, but have decided to stick to my 18v DeWalt combi. That was a real bargain rather than this MacNaughty or whatever it's called. Decided not to post due to all the ebayers out there.

Seriously, voted hot, will be a perfect help for work - I'm forever breaking flip drivers and as you guys say, it'll cope with the majority of day to day work, and the lighter weight will be appreciated when balancing with sheets of plasterboard.
#39
Chouman
....rather than this MacNaughty or whatever it's called.


lol MacNaughty :thumbsup: Could start up a new brand :-D
#40
Superhands
9.6 volt makita won't last long under constant use you need 14.4 V minimum otherwise battery runs out before other one is charged,

That's to do with the AH rating of the battery not the voltage
2.0 ah (amp hours) battery will last longer than a 1.3 ah no matter what the voltage is

A woolworths 18v drill probably has very low battery ah rating and also a low torque (NM) rating, which makes it rubbish :)

When you buy a battery drill look for high torque rating NM 65ish is good, and a high AH rating

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