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Hitachi DV18DVC/JK 18V Cordless Combi Drill & Torch Was £199.99 Now £97.86 Delivered
Hitachi DV18DVC/JK 18V Cordless Combi Drill & Torch Was £199.99 Now £97.86 Delivered

Hitachi DV18DVC/JK 18V Cordless Combi Drill & Torch Was £199.99 Now £97.86 Delivered

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Powerful Combi with 3 batteries and torch kit. Magnesium alloy gearbox housing. Supplied with carry case. 1 Year warranty, for any help call Screwfix on 0500 414141.
3 x 1.4Ah Ni-Cad Batteries
1hr Charger
2-Speed
13mm Keyless Chuck
22 Torque Settings
Electric Brake
Fan-Cooled Motor
Soft-Grip Handle
DV18DVC, 3 x batteries, charger, 18V torch, carry case.

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but the makitas you posted are 12v this is 18v with hammer action + free torch and hitachi is good quality not as good as makita but better than what dewalts have become

oliverbritt;5443079

but the makitas you posted are 12v this is 18v with hammer action + free … but the makitas you posted are 12v this is 18v with hammer action + free torch and hitachi is good quality not as good as makita but better than what dewalts have become



I've built a chalet and a few sheds from scratch. I've done a lot of odd jobs including decking and some involving masonry drilling. The Makita 12v is certainly up to any of the diy jobs I can think of. I've used an 18 volt hitachi and the makita was better. This of course is my preference and my opinion. I believe professional builders etc. will buy products way above this range so anyone looking at this will be a DIYer, so I felt obliged to push the Makita. My wife often says I'm talking out my rrrrr's so maybe she's right. :-D

On the Makita vs Hitachi point, whilst I don't have drills from both manufacturers I do have a Makita 4341FCT jigsaw and a Hitachi DV14DL combi drill. Both tools are good but IMHO the Hitachi is better built, more robust and nicer to use, not much in it though.
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