18V 1.3Ah Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill (x2 Batteries) & 74 Piece Drill Bit Set £119.93 @ CPC Farnell
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18V 1.3Ah Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill (x2 Batteries) & 74 Piece Drill Bit Set £119.93 @ CPC Farnell

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SuperEd
Found 5th Oct
This actually looks like a good bit of kit incl accessories from a well established / reliable brand

Contents: Combi Drill, 2 x 18V 1.3Ah Li-Ion Batteries, Charger, Carry Case, 10 x Phillips 25mm Bits, 8 x Slotted 25mm Bits, 10 x Pozidriv 25mm Bits, 8 x Torx 25mm Bits, 8 x Phillips 50mm Bits, 8 x Metal drill bits, 5 x Masonry drill bits, 5 x Wood drill bits, 1/2" Countersink bit, 2 x Spade bits, magnetic bit holder, 1 x Linear tail


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  • Variable speed control by trigger
  • Forward/reverse rotation
  • Electric brake
  • 2 Speed settings
  • 13mm Keyless Chuck
  • 16 Torque Settings
  • Ergonomic soft grip


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8 Comments

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Edited by: "NeoTrix" 5th Oct

Batteries 1.3ah hmmmm

The batteries appear not to be LXT the same as the B&Q cheapo Makita drill so basically not much good if you have other proper Makita rechargeable equipment.

paulandpam12 h, 31 m ago

The batteries appear not to be LXT the same as the B&Q cheapo Makita drill …The batteries appear not to be LXT the same as the B&Q cheapo Makita drill so basically not much good if you have other proper Makita rechargeable equipment.



Yes this uses their budget G series and not compatible with any of the LXT products, of which there are dozens and dozens. Not bad price but I'd get the LXT series of Makita products.

Personally if I needed a drill for around £100 I'd get the Bosch blue (pro) series from Screwfix with a 4Ah batter for £99
screwfix.com/p/b…34k
Edited by: "spannerzone" 5th Oct

There's nothing wrong with 1.3ah batteries..... That's all I have

Not worth the money. For this price you can sometimes get the drill with 2 x 3Ah LXT batteries

lowey12j19 h, 22 m ago

There's nothing wrong with 1.3ah batteries..... That's all I have



There's nothing wrong,, I used to have 1.3Ah batteries but having a larger 3 or 4Ah really makes the difference when doing a bit of serious drilling and if there's a choice a higher capacity it seems crazy not going for it and the 4Ah battery on the Bosch for £99 will give longer usage between charges than the 2 x 1.3Ah batts.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 6th Oct
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