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Makita BHP453RFX 18V Li-Ion Combi Drill £149.99 at Screwfix

£149.99 @ Screwfix
Multibuy Offer - you save £69.99 (49%) on item 81630 Makita Li-Ion 18v Battery from 14/03/11 to 05/06/11 when bought with this Makita 18v Combi Drill Compact and lightweight drill with all-metal ge… Read More
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Multibuy Offer - you save £69.99 (49%) on item 81630 Makita Li-Ion 18v Battery from 14/03/11 to 05/06/11 when bought with this Makita 18v Combi Drill
Compact and lightweight drill with all-metal gearing. Supplied with carry case.
1 x 3.0Ah Li-Ion Battery
22min Charger
2-Speed Variable
13mm Keyless Chuck
16 Torque Settings plus Drill
Electric Brake
Rubber-Coated Grip
Spindle Lock Activated when Machine Stops
BHP453, battery, charger (model no DC18RA).

Cracking deal I think, I want one. if anyone can find something better than this I would like to know :)
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#1
The hitachi one recently posted from B and Q is much cheaper and easily as good, possibly better. Also comes with 2 li-ion batteries and is very light for such a powerful and reliable tool.
1 Like #2
I dont why folk are voting cold ?

Makita are the market leaders in the industrial cordless drill market.
#3
shakeyjake66
The hitachi one recently posted from B and Q is much cheaper and easily as good, possibly better. Also comes with 2 li-ion batteries and is very light for such a powerful and reliable tool.


Hi shakey, have you got a link to that drill please.
#4
I seen the hitachi one, I need a good one for putting my house back together floors walls etc and the 22minute charge time and 3.0 a/h attracted me to this and the brand name. I have hunted elsewhere for this drill and it was the cheapest i could find. recommended by a builder mate.

B&Q are doing a dewalt one but have heard bad reviews on build quality from guys I work with, I think the makita one is cheaper than the electrifix deal unless there prices quoted are with vat on top of offer price already. they want £127.65 in there. (VAT or no Vat??)

Edited By: akacrazybass on Mar 19, 2011 11:36
#5
shakeyjake66
The hitachi one recently posted from B and Q is much cheaper and easily as good, possibly better. Also comes with 2 li-ion batteries and is very light for such a powerful and reliable tool.


Hitachi and Makita are not even close. The Makita is much better!
#6
Remember lads this is their "higher end" 18V combi, so not exactly the same as the £99 Makita deals that pop up in B&Q screwfix occasionally

£99 deal - 2 x 13A Ni-Cad batts, plastic casing
This one - 1 x 3.0A Li-Ion Bat, integrated torch, Rubberised casing, etc etc etc

I have the latter next to the keyboard (Plasterer mate SWEARS by makita - he paid £260 for this drill last year) and feels a quality piece of kit.
#7
miximash
shakeyjake66
The hitachi one recently posted from B and Q is much cheaper and easily as good, possibly better. Also comes with 2 li-ion batteries and is very light for such a powerful and reliable tool.

Hi shakey, have you got a link to that drill please.

you must be mad to think that a hitachi 1.9ah is going to come anywhere near being better then this 3.0ah makita!!! hot from me!!
1 Like #8
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hitachi-18v-drill-89-b-q/900920

You can also get a 3 year warranty with the Hitachi. Don't knock them because they aren't a familiar name for power tools. They really are top notch.
banned#9
Lol

This site makes me laugh.

This is a pro drill guys with a 3 hr battery.

It cant be compared to the B&Q deal.

Its a good deal. HOT & the cold voters are wrong. :p
#10
T
YouDontWantToKnow
Lol

This site makes me laugh.

This is a pro drill guys with a 3 hr battery.

It cant be compared to the B&Q deal.


I presume you haven't used a Hitachi then. I've used Makitas like this one before and the Hitachi is easily as good. Plus with the 3 year warranty and even with 3 batteries the Hitachi is cheaper.

People who comment like this without even having used the item they're talking about make me laugh.


Edited By: shakeyjake66 on Mar 19, 2011 20:18
banned#11
shakeyjake66
T
YouDontWantToKnow
Lol

This site makes me laugh.

This is a pro drill guys with a 3 hr battery.

It cant be compared to the B&Q deal.


I presume you haven't used a Hitachi then. I've used Makitas like this one before and the Hitachi is easily as good. Plus with the 3 year warranty and even with 3 batteries the Hitachi is cheaper.

People who comment like this without even having used the item they're talking about make me laugh.




Whatever..... X)
#12
sniperpenguin
Remember lads this is their "higher end" 18V combi, so not exactly the same as the £99 Makita deals that pop up in B&Q screwfix occasionally

£99 deal - 2 x 13A Ni-Cad batts, plastic casing
This one - 1 x 3.0A Li-Ion Bat, integrated torch, Rubberised casing, etc etc etc

I have the latter next to the keyboard (Plasterer mate SWEARS by makita - he paid £260 for this drill last year) and feels a quality piece of kit.

The Makita BHP452RFE is the higher end combi, more powerful torque, more compact and 100g lighter.
This deal is their entry level lion combi.

I got the better drill as a body only on Ebay last month for £59 and a charger and 3AH lion batt for £98 all new.

A quick search and it can be had from a shop for £28 quid more
http://www.my-tool-shed.co.uk/p1012057/Makita_18v_Anniversary_Combi_Drill_BHP452RFWX_-_18v_Lithium_Ion/product_info.html
#13
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#14
This has not expired (was in Screwfix today).

Makita BHP453 with one Li-Ion 3.0Ah 18V Battery and charger and case for £149.99 instead of £249.99.

Also the multibuy offer of a Makita Li-Ion 3.0Ah 18V Battery for £70 instead of £139.99 when buying the BHP453 combi drill is still on, and the two offers can be combined… so you can get Makita BHP453 with two Li-Ion 3.0Ah 18V batteries and one charger and case for £219.99 (instead of £389.98).
#15
The 452 is a better buy. It has a metal chuck. The other thing to bear in mind is that this 3Ah battery recharges in less than 25 mins.

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