Makita HP347DWEX3 Combi Drill 14.4V G-Series Cordless (2 x 1.3Ah Batteries) with 74 Piece Accessory Set £70 Toolstop - HotUKDeals
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Makita HP347DWEX3 Combi Drill 14.4V G-Series Cordless (2 x 1.3Ah Batteries) with 74 Piece Accessory Set £70.00 Toolstop

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not a bad battery drill for the price. comes with accessories too. bought from toolstop before and they were exceptionally good.
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not a bad battery drill for the price. comes with accessories too. bought from toolstop before and they were exceptionally good.
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Just be aware if you buy this drill its a low budget diy grade tool so don't expect the usual Makita quality.
Also the batteries will not fit other 'proper' Makita powertools because they are not LXT.
#2
personally don't buy less than 2.0ah batteries now. but for some who need a little drill for bits and bobs I would highly recommend this.
1 Like #3
Does look like a good deal for casual use if you don't plan to get any other makita battery tools.

Note " TS5OFF " should give £5 off £75, so get something worth a fiver for free. Quicdco here too :)
#4
MrJed
Does look like a good deal for casual use if you don't plan to get any other makita battery tools.

Note " TS5OFF " should give £5 off £75, so get something worth a fiver for free. Quicdco here too :)


​thanks for that! I'm sure topcashback will offer some money back too.
#5
what do you look for in a good drill? I assume the voltage but other than that don't know
#6
personally I make sure it's lithium ion battery, minimum 2ah. the make for me doesn't matter overall however fact in a cheap one not holding charge after a certain time. I rather like Parkside products (lidl) they are well made and someone told me they are a bosch brand. also come with a really good warrenty. for a quick start tool set you can't go wrong. hope that helps
#7
good find op, heat added
2 Likes #8
Nice Hitachi Drill wit 2 x 2.5ah batteries is only £20 more at screwfix... + 100 screws pack for free
http://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-dv18dgl-jg-18v-2-5ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/6832k
#9
I can vouch for the Hitachi got it last year when it was 80 quid
3 Likes #10
Great bit of kit for the money. Its a 'combi' which means hammer function and comes with all the accessories you need for jobs around the house. I am self employed (shop fitting) and in the trade employing 15 people and it always makes me smile when I read comments on here concerning power tools. "It's not a proper Makita" ... so what is it then ?? if it's not then contact trading standards and report it. Much better to say that its from Makitas G series which is intended for lighter, not trade use but ideal for the home user, I think us in the trade know this. "Its not LXT and the batteries wont fit LXT" ... chances are if you have a THREE HUNDRED QUID LXT kit you won't be buying this for the batteries !! In fact a 4.0 ah LXT battery will cost you more than this whole kit. "battery will only last 30 minutes before needing a recharge" ... that depends on how much you use it, just like fuel in the tank of your car. The "Ah" rating means that a battery will last that long under NO load before recharge, ie : a 1.3Ah battery should last 1 hour 20 mins running the tool with NO load at minimum speed, drawing 1 amp, a 2.0 Ah runs for 2 hours etc etc. I have ordered 2 of these kits as Xmas presents for family members who might put up a shelf twice a year or a couple of self assembly furniture packs. If you think that you have to spend £300 on an LXT kit, without the accessories, to do the same, then fair enough. So, if you want a decent tool that will do 95% of jobs a DIYer would do around the house this is great. If you want to spend £600 - £1000+ on a kit where you can interchange batteries with different tools,have enough torque to launch the space shuttle, use it 8 hours a day, every day, for a week and rely on it for a living ... then buy LXT or DeWalt or Milwaukee or whatever.


Edited By: Captain Banana on Nov 12, 2016 14:20: spelling
#11
Is this one comparable to the DX100 that was on Groupon a few days ago? I nearly pulled the trigger on that one but missed it by the time I made my mind up. This one is the same price, is it better/worse? Seems to be the same accessory kit.
1 Like #12
stevethos
Is this one comparable to the DX100 that was on Groupon a few days ago? I nearly pulled the trigger on that one but missed it by the time I made my mind up. This one is the same price, is it better/worse? Seems to be the same accessory kit.
The DX 100 is 10.8v so not quite as powerful but more compact. However, the cheapest DX100 I can find now is around £118 so,
that considered this is a FAR better buy in my opinion.

Edited By: Captain Banana on Nov 12, 2016 14:07
1 Like #13
pavel76
Nice Hitachi Drill wit 2 x 2.5ah batteries is only £20 more at screwfix... + 100 screws pack for freehttp://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-dv18dgl-jg-18v-2-5ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/6832k
I bought 2 Hitachi 2.0ah drills about 6 years ago. First one cost me £199 from Screwfix and then they dropped the price on offer to £99 so I bought another as a back up. They have had some every day use and abuse since then and although I have had to replace 2 batteries the drills are still going strong. Great drills.
#15


Interested to know the answer to this too. From reviews, it seems that Bosch is the best bang for your buck a DIYer can buy. But it was down to £53 with a code a few weeks ago mind.
#16
Heat777
Interested to know the answer to this too. From reviews, it seems that Bosch is the best bang for your buck a DIYer can buy. But it was down to £53 with a code a few weeks ago mind.

I managed to grab it for £49 after code stacking
#17
Lots of good deals all of a sudden it seems in DIY and electronics. Whatever happened to the 'Brexit price rises'?
1 Like #18


​I would choose this Hitachi over the DIY Bosch version, also you can get a 3 year warranty with the Hitachi.

http://www.screwfix.com/p/hitachi-dv18dgl-jg-18v-2-5ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/6832k

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