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Hitachi Hikoki DV18DBFL2 18V Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 3.0Ah £109.98 with code @ Toolstation
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Hitachi Hikoki DV18DBFL2 18V Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 3.0Ah £109.98 with code @ Toolstation

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Posted 26th Aug 2019

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Compact combi designed to be short enough for working in confined spaces.
• 90min charger
• Brushless motor
• 13mm metal keyless chuck
• 22 torque settings

Supplied with carry case and driver bit. Max drilling capacity: brick 13mm, steel 13mm, wood 50mm. Maximum torque: 70Nm. No load speed: 0-400/0-1,800rpm. Weight: 1.7kg
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Must be old stock. Hitachi renamed in October 2018 to HiKoki.
70nm torque and two 3a/h batteries make this a stonking deal.....
KrisTfur26/08/2019 21:05

Must be old stock. Hitachi renamed in October 2018 to HiKoki.


So. FYI mine was hikoki branded not that it makes any difference.
Edited by: "ssc1" 27th Aug 2019
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I’ve heard hitatchi make quality drills but can’t say I’ve held or used one myself.

My only consideration if your paying this price is Hitachi doesn’t have a extensive range of power tools like makita / dewalt etc so it’s not like you can re-use the batteries and buy the other tools you may need are bare body’s.

There are decent makita drills with batteries ( brushed though ) for roughly this price if you did want to use the batteries across numerous tools.
Edited by: "Bikerdanny" 27th Aug 2019
Really good drill but bloody hell be careful with it, done my wrist in twice with the torque, it really should have one of the extra handles like the Bosch equivalent.
Had it for 2 years, been very heavily used and still perfect, after having 3x Bosch which all kept breaking one way or another!
Switched all my 18v gear from Bosch to Hitachi/Hikoki in last 2 years, everything except the 2kg sds is better.
ssc127/08/2019 07:32

So. FYI mine was hikoki branded not that it makes any difference.


Sure it does the same thing, just a preference that when I buy something I'd like to know it wasn't sat in a warehouse for a year.
Excellent drill, I got mine as a bare unit new from fleebay for £34
As for other Hitachi/Hikoki tools I have two other drills an impact wrench, impact driver, jigsaw, circular saw and a torch. So there are plenty of tool options available on this brand. Also the new 36V batteries are backward compatible with the old 18V tools and chargers.
Edited by: "bobon" 28th Aug 2019
My kit arrived this morning, manufactured December 2017.
Only £20 more at Screwfix but you get 2x 5amp batteries
steven.parker29/08/2019 16:57

Only £20 more at Screwfix but you get 2x 5amp batteries


A good deal but a different model, does not have a brushless motor.
matt5cott29/08/2019 11:20

My kit arrived this morning, manufactured December 2017.


Mine too Hitachi branded Dec 17 if you get a newer Hikoki one then it's a bonus. Feels nicely balanced though, I like the compact head design. Great price for a brushless drill, the batteries are very small and light for 3AH, my Bosch 3AH ones from a few years ago are massive in comparison.
Edited by: "pabosotf123" 29th Aug 2019
pabosotf12329/08/2019 17:12

A good deal but a different model, does not have a brushless motor.


True sorry didn’t notice that
willllllllll27/08/2019 12:15

Really good drill but bloody hell be careful with it, done my wrist in …Really good drill but bloody hell be careful with it, done my wrist in twice with the torque, it really should have one of the extra handles like the Bosch equivalent. Had it for 2 years, been very heavily used and still perfect, after having 3x Bosch which all kept breaking one way or another!Switched all my 18v gear from Bosch to Hitachi/Hikoki in last 2 years, everything except the 2kg sds is better.


Use the mode for drilling concrete in future if it has it. If the drill slips the clutch engages, therefore saving your wrist.
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