DF330DWXP Makita 10.8v PINK Cordless Lithium-ion Drill/Driver £59.99 plus £4.95 delivery at ITS

DF330DWXP Makita 10.8v PINK Cordless Lithium-ion Drill/Driver £59.99 plus £4.95 delivery at ITS

£64.94ITS Deals
Found 5th Jan 2014
Model Number: DF330DWXP

The Makita PINK Special Edition Pink 10.8v cordless is a special release from Makita to help promote awareness for Breast Cancer Care.

To help raise money for Breast Cancer Care, Makita are launching a new limited edition Li-ion Cordless Drill, with a pledge to donate £5 for every one sold.

ITS are also matching this for every one we sell so a total of £10 goes to the charity.

The drill is a pink version of the cordless DF330D Lithium-ion, 10.8v drill/driver, so you are sure to stand out on site with this!

Comes complete with one 1.3Ah Li-ion battery, fast charger, titanium drill bits, screwdriver bit holder and screwdriver bits enclosed in a special edition bag. The DF330D is popular with professional construction workers and, with its small and compact size, ideal for DIYers who want to get busy around the home.

Kit includes
3 x Titanium drill bits
1 x Screwdriver Bit Holder
3 x 25mm Screwdriver bits

There is also a delivery charge of £5
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Wow that went cold quite quick, I thought that was a good deal for a complete makita drill even though it's in pink.
Makita stuff is expensive so it looks like a really good deal to me - especially as it's pink! I bought a drill on a previous offer otherwise this would be one for me Heat added!
More of a cordless driver..but decent price
I agree smithy i have the white set, but you can still drill a fair amount of holes with one charge though. These are great for kitchen fitters to being compact.
that's what i call a robbery
Really KM, i can't find it cheaper anywhere. Wicks has the white version at £79.99 they also had 10% off a few weeks back, but this deal is still cheaper and comes with extras.
Have used the 10v impact driver and found it superb, not sure about the drill
Cricky the drill is a fantastic bit of kit to, but I do use the impactor a lot more than the drill.
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