Makita LCT204W 10.8V Li-ion 2 Piece Cordless Kit (2 x 1.3Ah Batteries) - White - with FREE Pro Accessory Set £114.95 @ ToolStop - HotUKDeals
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Makita LCT204W 10.8V Li-ion 2 Piece White Kit complete with drill driver, impact driver, 2 batteries,charger and aluminium carry case

THIS WEEKEND ONLY - comes with a FREE 42 piece professional accessory set which includes drill bits, nut drivers, screwdriver bits and more - normal price for this package is £144.90* - this weekend £119.95 - save £24.95 - must end Monday 14th July at midday.

Product also available in BLUE

CONTENTS:

DF330D Drill Driver with keyless chuck
TD090D Impact Driver with 1/4" hex drive
FEATURES:

Small, compact 10.8V li-ion twinpack with white drill driver and impact driver
Aluminium case
Worklight and braked motor on both tools
Drill driver has 18 torque settings and drill mode
Impact driver has 90nM max torque
COMES WITH:

2x BL1013 10.8v 1.3Ah li-ion batteries
Fast Charger
Aluminium Tool Case
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4 Likes #1
Use GOOG13 code as well for another £5 off
#2
Cracking price have some heatage.......
#3
Great price indeed Heat!
Also nomorezen dam even nicer deal with that code brings it down to £108.95 but already placed an order so paid £114.95.
#4
nomorezen
Use GOOG13 code as well for another £5 off
Where are you finding this discount codes from? I purchase before for £114.95
#5
Thanks
#6
nice one, thanks
#7
Wow this is a great price, been tempted to order one for awhile now. At this price I just did :D Thank you.
1 Like #8
http://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-erp408kit-10-8v-1-3ah-li-ion-twin-pack-drill-impact-driver/30467

erbauer
£100 without any codes (£95 if code works i'm guessing)
does not come with accessories , comes in a robust plastic case
2 Likes #9
AzeemB
http://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-erp408kit-10-8v-1-3ah-li-ion-twin-pack-drill-impact-driver/30467

erbauer
£100 without any codes (£95 if code works i'm guessing)
does not come with accessories , comes in a robust plastic case

erbauer vs makita? errr I don't think so....
1 Like #10
Honest question. Is there much point buying 10v drills when for little bit more money one can get 18v ones?
#11
Depends what for...... I'm an electrician and use this kit all the time. The impact driver is fantastic (don't know how I managed without it) ..... That said the batteries don't last that long but that's to be expected...... For the general diy fella probably not no.... But it all depends on what your use is
#12
erbauer are ok but not a patch on trade tools like makita or dewalt. for the small cost difference the makita is by far the better buy. got this twinpack and for their size they are incredibly powerful. the impact driver especially which will bang in 4 inch screws all day. much easier than a drill /driver
#13
just buy this kit. its almost comical when you look at the drill and impact driver and wonder if these tiny tools are gonna do the job ,but they do and their power will suprise you.
#14
I have the erbauer kit and can confirm that these 10.8V tools are superb for all but the most demanding use.

Driving screws in with the impact driver is a breeze. Ive never been left without battery because of the spare and the fact that they charge quickly.

Ive ordered the Makita just because of the price and the supposed better quality.
#15
Great deal, especially with the 2 £5 off codes!
#16
I use these at work (well, the AEG 12v version, but I imagine these are similar). Handy if you are doing a lot of drilling and screwing without wanting to change drill bits all the time. I have a wood pilot bit in the drill driver, screwdriver bit in the impact driver and a masonry bit in my larger 18v drill.

The lack of hammer mode means you probably couldn't live with only this set, still nice to have the bigger 18v drill.

My advice, get an 18v drill before you get these.
#17
xyz123
Honest question. Is there much point buying 10v drills when for little bit more money one can get 18v ones?
Yes. Much lighter than Makita 18V and adequately powerful. I have both 18V twin kit and 10.8V twin kit and it's 90% of the times I use the 10.8V. Having said that, if you are going to have just one set have the 18V kit because there will be times when only 18V will do, but it's around £270 for the 3ah battery kit. £330 for the newer 4ah kit. Add SDS drill at around £120 to it and you are laughing.
#18
Damn this site! Another £100 spent on something I probably could have lived without!!
banned 1 Like #19
These look like a good alternative to the Toolbox deal posted a week or two back. Only difference seems to be that the HP330 has a hammer drill function which might save the need for a bigger 18v drill. Both good value for money. Heat!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/makita-10-8v-combi-drill-impact-driver-accessories-135-toolbox-co-uk-1931730
#20
nomorezen
Use GOOG13 code as well for another £5 off

Just a note that it doesn't auto trim any spaces off the code, so make sure you delete the space if copy and pasting :-) Great find!

Thanks to OP too, purchased this now, been looking for a new one the past year but either not had the money or not seen a good enough deal. But this has hit both :-)

Edited By: liamwheldon on Jul 11, 2014 10:42: Missed off thanks to OP
#21
how does the 10.5v Makita compared to 18v Bosch?
#22
I've used this kit to build stud walls, decking, etc. As somebody else points out, the batteries don't last long (you can pick up unbranded spares cheaply on Amazon) but they are amazing for their size and weight. The kit I got also came with a LED light that used the same battery packs.
#23
I have these and I'm very impressed with them. They are more capable that I expected, and used every weekend for various jobs.

Great price.
#24
raysmith1971
erbauer are ok but not a patch on trade tools like makita or dewalt. for the small cost difference the makita is by far the better buy. got this twinpack and for their size they are incredibly powerful. the impact driver especially which will bang in 4 inch screws all day. much easier than a drill /driver


Honestly, I don't rate Dewalt all that much anymore. They certainly don't seem to be what they used to. I read they were bought out by black and decker and basically became rebadged B&D gear. I had an 18v hammer drill from Dewalt and it didn't take half the abuse that all our Makita gear took before it gave out. Makita stuff is the nuts though. Seriously considering this though I don't really need it.
#25
taffyraptor
raysmith1971
erbauer are ok but not a patch on trade tools like makita or dewalt. for the small cost difference the makita is by far the better buy. got this twinpack and for their size they are incredibly powerful. the impact driver especially which will bang in 4 inch screws all day. much easier than a drill /driver

Honestly, I don't rate Dewalt all that much anymore. They certainly don't seem to be what they used to. I read they were bought out by black and decker and basically became rebadged B&D gear. .

True, Dewalt were bought out by Black and Decker in 1960 - 54 years ago. They probably aren't what they used to be, but then again I dont think they actually made cordless tools in 1960. Black and Decker also bought out Elu in 1994 and incorporated their technology into Dewalt, so does that make them better?

Its like saying Canon are better than Nikon are better than Canon .................

My best drill in my opinion is a Metabo, but for a 10.8v package, this is the best

Edited By: italiastar33 on Jul 11, 2014 22:56: spelling mistakes
#26
mariolj
AzeemB
http://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-erp408kit-10-8v-1-3ah-li-ion-twin-pack-drill-impact-driver/30467

erbauer
£100 without any codes (£95 if code works i'm guessing)
does not come with accessories , comes in a robust plastic case

erbauer vs makita? errr I don't think so....

Yeah obviously,especially if you are in the trade

Just making people aware of what's out there :)
#27
i need a new drill set for moving out, deciding between this or for another £36 the one from B&Q


Which would you guys buy?
#28
Your asking advice on two different things - only you can decide based on what you want to use the drill for and budget.
#29
ok thanks

didn't think they were too different other than the B&Q having a combi drill and 18V....looks like i have a lot to learn still
#30
Please please please accept my apologies - I just quickly read your post on my phone and thought you were comparing this with something in B&Q for £36.
Ive now clicked on the link and see what you mean. 18v is going to be more powerfull, so it depends on what you want to do. For smaller work, say most indoor jobs this will do, for bigger work, ie garden / construction youll need 18v. For general diy the £108 makita pack will be fine - I tried both types at a trade show and was equally impressed with both.
Please accept my apologies for being so rude in my first reply - ive got a lot to learn!

Ps. Ive got 2 18v combi drills, but bought the 10.8v makita set

Edited By: italiastar33 on Jul 14, 2014 17:27
#31
haha, that's not a problem and thank you. I was thinking that this set would do fine for just stuff like kitchen fitting, but wasn't too sure if spending the extra would be the better option as I don't plan on buying more than one set.
#32
If you intend to drill masonry and you dont already have a masonry drill I would pay the extra for the B & Q set. For almost all other jobs this set will be fine - and a lot lighter to use.
#33
received mine today, it's gonna get dirty tomorrow :) thanks op
#34
Hi, I recieved mine today, and when I registered the warranty I noticed that the impact driver was manufactured in 2014, but drill 2011 - it preceeds the serial number. Odd because I would have thought the pack would have been made up at the same time, and what was the drill doing for 3 yrs - has anyone else got the same, please?

Edited By: italiastar33 on Jul 16, 2014 00:22: spelling mistakes

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