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Dewalt DCD795 brushless hammer drill 18V with 4Ah battery - £119.99 @ ITS
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
Best price I have seen for this drill
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Some awful reviews about customer service on trustpilot for ITS themselves


Just gone for this after a recommendation in the other Dewalt thread! Thanks!


What a tool! (I’m referring to the drill, not the OP (highfive) ) I bought this very drill from Screwfix 2 years ago for £149.99 and haven’t regretted it. Mine came with 2 x 2.0Ah batteries but I would have preferred a single larger capacity battery like this one has. Great price and great find, OP. Hot.


Ended up getting this one. Not used it yet but had a play and seems solidly built


Brushless, 4Ah battery and 66Nm torque. Nice! Id buy it, if I needed yet another drill

Trend 35 Piece 1/2" Router Cutter Set £52.94 Delivered @ ITS
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Cheapest I have found this so far (though admittedly not by much). Still, at £1.50 a cutter that's Trend for Silverline prices, so a bargain if you ask me.
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Woops - thanks. I'll remove my comment!


You could look at this as 1.50 a cutter which is good, or you could look at it as 53 quid for the 3 out of the set that you ever use.


No VAT included - £47.99 inc VAT + £4.95 delivery = £52.94


This is showing at £39.99 plus £4.95 delivery (unless you don't live on the mainland) = £44.94 Heated.


... and remember, there is no more important safety rule than to wear these, safety glasses. Norm Abram Are you after his job Proveright?

Hive Active Heating Smart Thermostat - With Professional Installation and free veho speaker at ITS for £213.43
Found 1st MarFound 1st Mar
Looks good deal compared to market at minute plus free speaker
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...or if you’re already with British Gas, mention you’re interested in Hive the next time they come for your annual service - the engineer will ‘fudge it’ and report they discovered your thermostat was faulty on visit so they can offer you a replacement for £149. 👌🏻


ironically cold.


Yes that why posted plus beast from east will have whacked up price. Damn you weather (mad)


Currently £200 at QVC


Colder than it is outside Speaker is only £30 from groupon Although having said that looks like professional install has increased in price everywhere to £249 - yikes

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Makita RP0900X 1/4" / 3/8" Router - £107.99 at ITS
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Really good price on this, I paid £140 last month though it's now down to £130 on Amazon. It's a nice size for a 1/4" / 3/8", not as bulky as some. According to the description (th… Read more
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@friar_chris Hard case AND bag?! Double-bonus! Good job your eyes are working! I've updated the description (y)


There's always one.


I know - My cordless Bosch PSB 1800 Li-2 has so much room inside it could take a 35m extension reel, but the cable coming out of my Bosch Professional GST 90 BE has to be contorted round and never closes well first or second time.


I don't know why they can't just make them a bit bigger instead of exactly the right size. I'd be happy to pay another fiver to cover the extra plastic used. Makita and DeWalt are both as bad for it. On the other hand I bought a Metabo sander last week and you could probably fit two in the case. Though I suppose I should be grateful, I think this is the first Makita corded tool I've bought that's actually come with a case at all.


Fair point about the soft bag and the hardcase being a swine to close.....I find that with everything in a case. It's one reason I got a battery powered drill!

Milwaukee M12CPD Brushless 12v Combi, 2 x 4ah Batteries, Charger, Case £143.99 @ ITS
Found 9th FebFound 9th Feb
Another crazy Milwaukee deal. Next cheapest is Toolstop at £170 but they're on back order, £200+ everywhere else. Brushless, 13mm chuck, 39nm torque, 2 x 4ah batteries, 60 min ch… Read more
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gone for his from their (ITS) ebay store using the ebay 10% off italy trick: Ebay Item:|parentrq:1b8304401630abc02607cb88ffff4677|iid:1 works out to be: £130.50 delivered Bargain :)


That's ex VAT (y)


119 now.


Thanks, now looking at the impact driver from this comment, looks good:


To be honest for a decking project like that I'd be looking at an 18v impact driver. It's perfect for that job and no need to pilot drill first. It'll save you a lot of time and effort. For about the same money as this Milwaukee, this set would serve you better: EDIT: beg your pardon, the price has gone up since the deal was posted. But if you can find it for that kind of money it would be the better option for you. Failing that, look at picking up the impact driver, battery and charger individually.

Ring wireless Security Camera £119.99 @ ITS
Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
RING Stick Up Cam is a weather resistant, wire-free outdoor security camera that lets you watch recorded footage anytime with optional Cloud Recording. This easy to self-install, … Read more
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Yes but if you want a camera at the back of your house too or the side where the doorbell wouldn’t detect a baddie then this is for you (y)


But the doorbell has motion detection as well, so it's effectively the same product


For the full functionality yes, although it's only £2.50 a mth which is far better than most.


Don't you have to pay annually/monthly for the video service?


I was one of the lucky ones who grabbed a Ring Doorbell from Argos for £19. My plan was to trade it in at CEX towards buying one of these. However having read some of the comments here I think I will bin that idea and turn the doorbell into a security cam.

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Dewalt DCD790D2 18v XR Brushless Drill/Driver £119.99 @ ITS
Found 28th Dec 2017Found 28th Dec 2017
Good deal for a quality brushless Dewalt drill. Includes 2 x 2.0Ah XR Li-ion batteries and carry case. This model doesn't have a hammer mode but great for everything else! In stock… Read more

Expired as OOS


Only thing is make sure your battery has cooled down before charging.


I have one and find it is as powerful as a mains drill. Incredible for the size. Just used a 16mm blacksmiths drill through 1/4" steel with no problem (I know, I know its no way to treat a quality drill). Presumably the absence of hammer action justifies the large price drop? Shame as the hammer action is very good for the size of drill. Battery life is also very good - far better than the ni-mh variety. You'd have to work long and hard to exhaust even a 2.0amp/hr battery. "


In fact, you will have to basically use the drill non stop. The battries charge before the other runs out ;)


No 2Ah perfectly good for Diyers , and brushless makes it more efficient, so can't imagine any knockers at this good price.

Makita BO4556 Makita Palm Sander £35.99 / 40.94 delivered @ its
Found 21st Nov 2017Found 21st Nov 2017
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Belt sanders we have are makita but we find the palm and half sheet sanders by Hitachi are better.


what would be your recommendation for belt sander as makita seems to be industry standard?


Not a bad price for a makita but working for a joinery company I can tell you that we buy Hitachi over makita every time on sanders. Why, because they last longer.


£40.94 delivered


It is now

Makita DHP453Z Makita 18v Li-ion Hammer Drill Driver - Body Only £29.99 @ ITS online
Found 21st Nov 2017Found 21st Nov 2017
Only body
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Great price for the body..... shame batteries and chargers are extortionate. :/


I wouldn't use take batteries on anything that draws a lot of power as they don't have the thermal protection. I use take batteries in things like torches, radios and drills and I try not to goto heavy on them. On my angle grinder sds drills etc I will only use genuine batteries.


I'd avoid the copy LXT batteries... some reviews are positive but that's usually as soon as they've received them, it's after a bit of use that some fail. Also there's no quality assurance, some may be fine, some might overheat and swell up. Who knows.


Simple answer NO.


Decent price for the DIY'er, not enough power for the trade though.

Bosch 12V GSB GDR Bosch 12v Cordless Li-ion 2 Piece Kit @
Found 20th Nov 2017Found 20th Nov 2017
Bought it from Amazon 3 weeks ago @ £137 ;( it is £129 now, but £119.99 on Model Number: 12V GSB GDR Barcode: 3165140734424 Bosch 12VGSBGDR Cordless 2 Pi… Read more

i have two of the drill drivers, one is 4 years old and still going strong everybody that uses it is shocked at how much power this little thing has.


Looks like someone screwed up the pricing...


I've owned this set for over 2 years and used them every day at work. A fantastic little kit and well worth the money.


For DIYers and pros. This is a great twin pack. Well worth the money. If you are a kitchen fitter-its perfect. Heat!!

Makita HP347 combi drill 2 batteries at ITS for £71.99
Found 17th Nov 2017Found 17th Nov 2017
Nice and light drill with 2 batteries and a hard case. Not a LXT but perfect for DIY and all around the house use. Got this one last year with 74 bits for my father and he loves it… Read more

Ha ha , troll


Just wondering “Almost the full range...” really!!!? ;)


It's not the same drill. This one is very light and easy to use. Same power. Why spend on LXT when you don't need it. Coffee machine- you definitely never used one-biggest rubbish Makita ever made. Drains the battery after 2 cups. Makita radio at home?!? Why the hell???. Don't get me wrong, I have got almost the full range of LXT tools and love all of them :) but yes , this is a simple small dril to stay in your shed and be there when you need it. Not a brainer for this money and don't forget 3 years warranty


"if your happy with a very basic drill with a makita logo sat in your shed buy one", as this is the same one off makita 1.3ah dinosaur B&Q, peddle, Personally i,d recommend spend very little more to buy the most basic lxt model, makita lxt range is more a compatible battery standard for the vast range of makita products even- coffee machines- radios & e-Bikes.


It's the next level up on quality and compatibility. If it's LXT compatible it means any drill body will take a LXT battery as they are all the same shape . But it's more for a semi serious professional because most if us won't need or have different drill bodies. This deal is very good but others will bitch it's not LXT .

Dewalt DCF887M1D1 Brushless XR Impact Driver £179.98 - ITS Tools
Found 6th Jul 2017Found 6th Jul 2017
Top of the range brushless Dewalt impact driver with a 2ah AND a 4ah battery, charger and T Stak case NOW £149.99 - no_Sunshine £149.99 is without VAT. With VAT = £179.98 - no_Su… Read more
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great kit.....power tool heaven


Thanks OP - been looking for a good DCF887 deal for weeks... decided to pull the trigger on this one. +£7 shipping to Northern Ireland.


My bad. Thanks!


The £149.99 price is excluding VAT and the £179.98 is including VAT. :(


Now £149.99

Makita 2SETRJ Makita 18v Li-ion 3.0Ah 2 Piece Kit £199.99 - ITS
Found 13th Apr 2017Found 13th Apr 2017
This great set includes the DHP482 2 speed hammer drill driver with impressive specification plus the DTD152 impact driver ideal for repetitive screwdriving, an affordable option w… Read more

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I found makita hp347dwe new in box for £78.50 on ebay Is this good deal ? Pls help, thanks


Don't forget it's plus Vat+ £239.99 still not a bad deal but not great.


This is a great set; I bought the dlx2131

Makita DHP482SE Makita 18v Li-ion Hammer Drill Driver Kit £119.99 @ ITS
Found 27th Dec 2016Found 27th Dec 2016
Good deal with 4ah battery and mid range general purpose pro combi drill DHP456 (replacing BHP456)

Same thing as far as i am aware. Possibly the manufacturer saying that hammer action is not up to harder materials such as engineering brick or concrete but that is just my guess.


whats the difference between a drill driver with hammer action and a combi drill? or is it the same thing


Hilti Online

technically it has hammer action therefore a combi - product page is incorrect. I picked up the two x 3ah deal a couple of weeks ago so can confirm. Seems like a great replacement for my 452 which has given great service along with a 451 for the heavier jobs.


Technically speaking this is not a combi as initial post suggests, it's a drill driver according to product page?

wera 003471 Kompakt VDE 18 Piece  screwdriver  Set £36.99 / £41.94 delivered @ IT'S
Found 30th Nov 2016Found 30th Nov 2016
screwdriver set Set contains 1 x Kraftform handle and the following interchangable bits: 2.5mm, 3.5mm, 4mm and 5.5mm slotted tips PH1, PH2, PZ1 and PZ2 tips PH/S#1 and #2 plus PZ/… Read more

totally agree my main go to drivers, great to hold and turn one handed, easy bit change, hard wearing, shame about the high price point but great buy if you can find a deal.


£39.96 delivered


Great tools. I'm a big fan of Wera tools.

Makita HP347 14.4v hammer drill driver x2 batteries, charger, case + acc set @ ITS £64.99 delivered
Found 19th Nov 2016Found 19th Nov 2016
Delivery charges £4.95 or free delivery when spending over £100. NOT compatible with lxt / cxt batteries. Think this is a good offer for a household hammer drill driver for the mo… Read more
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bargain. good enough for the occasional bodger!!


The Stanley Fatmax 18v 2Ah from Argos is worth the extra fiver, much more powerful torque rating and longer lasting 2ah batts


is this post from the company or a consumer like us


​Yes these are lithium but only 1.3 so drain in no time the lithium lxt 3.0ah are the better ones.


Isn't Li-ion means lithium ion.