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Hitachi KC10DFL 10.8V Cordless Li-Ion Drill Driver + Impact Driver + Hitachi 710000 42 Piece Bit and Drill Set ALL for £114.99 inc Del @ Costco
Hitachi KC10DFL 10.8V Cordless Li-Ion Drill Driver + Impact Driver + Hitachi 710000 42 Piece Bit and Drill Set  ALL for £114.99  inc Del @ Costco

Hitachi KC10DFL 10.8V Cordless Li-Ion Drill Driver + Impact Driver + Hitachi 710000 42 Piece Bit and Drill Set ALL for £114.99 inc Del @ Costco

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DS10DFL Drill Driver
WH10DFL Impact Driver
2 x 1.5Ah Li-Ion Batteries
710000 42 Piece Power Bit and Drill Set
UC10SFL 40 minute charger
Heavy duty nylon tool bag

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Great deal.

Thanks, OP, ordered one last night.

Hitachi power tools any good?

I've heard they are pretty good but that's just opinion I suppose!

Ordered ;-)

marteee

Hitachi power tools any good?



They have a little experience in getting them right. This one seems ok.

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Edited by: "Oneday77" 21st Jul 2014

They have a little experience in getting them right. This one seems ok.

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I deffo want one of those!!!!

Only concern is its 10.8v. Still looks a good deal though

10.8v so nice and light, and ideal for those hard to reach places.

Jeffro

Only concern is its 10.8v. Still looks a good deal though



I had a carpenter in doing fitted wardrobes/etc throughout my house. While he had the 18v drill/drivers/etc he was largely using the 10.8v stuff as he said it was much lighter and easier to use and still capable of most tasks (his equipment was Makita, but same principle applies). Only downside is the batteries are where the cost really lies and if you also need an 18v heavy duty drill you can't share batteries/go body only. But having tried out his drivers, I reckon 90%+ of general DIY use could be done with them.

Hitachi make some pretty good kit, this is a great price for a twin set, 10v is fine for the majority of jobs, just maybe not for drilling larger bore concrete or metal. It will do the job but not as quick or easy as 18v. If I hadn't just bought a makita set I would have picked this is. heat

£180 For a comparible 18 volt kit with two batteries, you would have to make two separate purchases. I haven't included the bits or the bag as these can be bought cheaply.
This is the kit I have, not sure how it compares to the rest as I haven't tried any other, but I have been using them for some time with no problem. The impact driver is a big step up from a normal driver and will easily drive the largest of screws with zero strain on the wrist all day long.

18 volt bare impact driver = £80
screwfix.com/p/h…159

18 volt Hitachi DV18DSFL/JC 18V 1.5Ah Li-lon Cordless Combi Drill ( TWO BATTERIES) = £100
screwfix.com/p/h…195?


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Edited by moderator: "Jul 21, 2014 15:12" 21st Jul 2014

Jeffro

Only concern is its 10.8v. Still looks a good deal though



Don't be fooled by the low voltage, the impact driver delivers 95Nm or 840in-lbs torque for the oldies out there.

If it wasn't an impact driver it would be snapping wrists left right and centre oO

marteee

Hitachi power tools any good?


very good, I'm a builder and only use Hitachi. although they do seem to do different versions for the diyer.

Hitachi are great, we use them at work and they have never let us down after 3 years of very regular use!

Rec'd today. Very nice. Lovely and light, and much smaller than the 18v Hitachi combi drill I have.

seen with 102 piece Hitachi set for under £110. delivered.

gsmg

seen with 102 piece Hitachi set for under £110. delivered.



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