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Makita 108PK1 10.8v CXT - 3 Piece Pack with 2 x 1.5Ah Batteries and Charger - £179.99 delivered @ ITS
Posted 4 h, 58 m agoPosted 4 h, 58 m ago
Compact and lightweight tools with plenty of power Pack Includes Combi Drill, Brushless SDS, Vacuum plus batteries and charger Part of Makitas CXT range of 10.8v/12v tools Perfe… Read more

Sounds like you got a bad batch. I used mine this week to build a annex to my shed. No issues what so ever, sds did great in the bricks / concrete. Drill driver made nice pilot holes and the impact driver (not in this set) had no issue throwing in 6x130 screws. If you have the right impact (the more expensive brushless one) it’s slowly accelerates to stop the risk of rounding out the screw head. I got rid of my 18v in favour of these as they are so much lighter, nice and easy to work with and batteries last ages if you have the 4ah.


I had the 18v hoover and it was crap.


Pattern 5ah batteries are about £35 & have had no issues in 2yrs


These will do DIY for sure. I'm an electrician & use the 10.8 impact driver (£37ish bare) as my go to. Brilliant bits of kit


I have the 18v version. Don't bother trying to lift anything more than a few crumbs, it's pretty pathetic, even with new filters. As for the drills, no, again they are like cheese, get some decent ones.

Makita DHP482WZ 18v LXT Combi Drill Body - £46.99 delivered @ ITS
Posted 22 h, 10 m agoPosted 22 h, 10 m ago
If you order £100 plus the £5 delivery falls away, making it £41.99. I will add a 3ah hour battery for £41.99 too to lessen the pain and will conisder Makita 98C263 101 Piece Drill… Read more
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The XGT 40v range is now top of the Makita ecosystem. Ruinously expensive though. A drill and a single 2.5 ah battery is around 400 quid.


This is a good guide/comparison when deciding which Makita drill model to buy:


The DHP-482 also has a plastic Chuck ,it’s fine for drill driving screws and light brick and block drilling. Timber is ok provided one doesn’t use it for large diameter hole saws as it’ll burn out quite quickly. Despite it having a higher torque rating than the New brushless model I wouldn’t see it as fair trade off for tool life over the new iteration. After all heavy drilling should be for the likes of a percussion or SDS drill.

Robdaraff Bosch to ryobi., bosch to makita.... Depends what you need.... And what battery system you've invested in. Perfectly possible to 3d print your own, for most brands. I'll let you Google that. ;) Aliexpress is the go, set some time for the rabbit Warren though. I've seen some kits won't allow charging, except on the batteries 'original' system, so be aware. Have fun out there!


Any links please to the adaptor kits please

Makita DHP485RJX 18v LXT Brushless Combi Drill with 1 x 3Ah Battery, Charger and Case - £143.99 at ITS
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Posted 9th JulPosted 9th Jul
Great price for a BRUSHLESS combi and all the bits you need to get up and running straight away. Perfect for serious DIY-er.
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I am looking for a drill and driver for max £200. Looks a decent drill though.


There is dewalt 796 brushless and 4ah battery pack + case for 179£ at toolstation . That is better than this


That Dewalt twin pack is £350 at Toolstation


Agree with the above but think that Milwaukee is not brushless. Rather dissapointed by the milwaukee fell /design and material quality. Just sold my new brushless kit driver and impact to get the fuel versions which have more power more options but in terms of feel and material dewalt sticks out. If dewalt would do powerfull drills as milwaukee fuel in the same size at same peicepoint i would go for it... Not to mention the tstacks. Those are brilliant. I have milwaukee case and it feels like a £2 knockoff on ebay... Still not keen returning the dewalt kit 266 got on offer on toolstation the other weeks. Btw look for dewalts too, they have incredible offers. This is better imo even on power and maybe you get £10 voucher on orders > £80 Dewalt Dcd796m2 kit from toolstation


DHP485 50 Nm torque brushless DHP482 65 Nm torque Can anyone recommend one of the above over the other?

Dewalt 171195N Dewalt TSTAK Deep Tool Case £28.99 delivered at ITS
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Posted 30th JunPosted 30th Jun
Dewalt deep tstak. I know the last time these were cheap we’re through an offer at B&Q for £30.

Great spot @Lisa_rat (ninja) Thanks for sharing and great first deal (popcorn)


How did you get that price? Showing as £41.99 for me (Inc the VAT).


Thx :)


Never had a problem with mine and I sling all sorts in it - spanner’s, hammers, whatever. Use the bottom part for my drill/impact driver.



Dewalt DCF887D2 18v XR Brushless Impact Driver with 2 x 2Ah Batteries, Charger and Case £155.99 @ ITS
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Posted 21st JunPosted 21st Jun
Brushless motor 2x 2A 18v li batteries Up to 205 nm torque 3 speed settings Variable speed trigger so can use as a screwdriver as well Never understood these until I bought this t… Read more

It can sometimes be handy to have the 2ah battery fitted as it makes the tool slightly smaller, being handy for confined spaces.


Ehhh just unit please ... why bother with 2ah :(


impact driver, not a combi drill


Wrist snapping? Do you know how an impact driver works???


That is irrelevant. They operate in completely different ways. I own both and know the difference.

Makita DHP482 LXT 18V combi hammer drill, fast charger, tool bag and 3ah battery £100.99 delivered @ ITS
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Posted 10th JunPosted 10th Jun
Makita DHP482 LXT 18V combi hammer drill, fast charger, tool bag and 3ah battery £100.99 delivered @ ITS
Makita DHP482 LXT combi drill with rapid charger, tool bag and 3ah battery White in stock, blue on back order Credit to previous threads but they're all over 2 months old so thou… Read more
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Thanks OP great deal. Purchased the blue one. (y)


Finally got round to ordering this - blue back in stock!


I would assume, based on the price and the fact you said it's a twin pack, that the dewalt kit you mention is a 10.8V/12V kit which definitely won't be as capable as an 18V tool. For your 150mm screws into sleepers application, I'd strongly advise an 18V tool. A 10.8V/12V kit is fine for light DIY, putting things on the wall, assembling stuff etc but would struggle with more difficult applications.


Oh and they both come with two batteries .


Thanks, using these timbascrews, 150mm from Screwfix. Think they are for decking or sleepers. There looks like a decent Stanley double cordless drill and impact driver at bandq for £100 or £130 for a dewalt. Question is the dewalt worth the extra?

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Makita DHP482W 18v LXT White Combi Drill with 2 x 2Ah Batteries, Charger and Case £119.99 at ITS
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Posted 8th JunPosted 8th Jun
Makita DHP482W 18v LXT White Combi Drill with 2 x 2Ah Batteries, Charger and Case £119.99 at ITS
£119.99 Free P&P Free
Been looking for a decent deal that suits me. I have a corded drill and an SDS, so not too worried that this is only 2ah batteries. Will add an impact at some point (y)

I’d just about persuaded myself that although this would probably be more than I need for occasional diy, it would be perfect for some upcoming jobs I need to do. The smaller battery and rapid charger would be perfect. Looks like I’ve missed it! Now showing at £180... (fierce)


So I just received my order for the DHP459 without the drill bit set. Called them up to check and the customer service guy is getting one sent out to me tomorrow - can't fault the service! I don't think that this drill bit set was supposed to be included in the clearance, as pictured....just so anyone is aware. The drill itself, with the 3.0mAh battery attached, does indeed make the 459 feel less compact. If you want something that is lightweight then I think the drill and batteries in this deal is better suited. I'm happy with the deal I got including the drill bits but if that wasn't actually part of my deal, then I would have gone with the portability and power of this DHP482.


Search for it on here, it’s been on a fair few times over the years and had good heat, so a tried and tested all in one drill kit.


Yes you can drill brick, this is NOT an SDS drill so no chiselling or heavy duty drilling, it’s a mid range drill that will cope with most domestic duties, BUT it does have hammer drill capability, the 3Ah battery is more than enough for domestic use and you can always buy more, a 3Ah battery is around £39 BUT I posted a deal for a twin pack of 4Ah batteries recently that are now around £78 for the pair.


Is this any good at drilling brick? Also can it be used as a chisel or do I need an sds drill for that kind of thing? Sorry for this being a simple question but I've only use to using mains powered drills for diy.

Makita M8701 Makita MT Series SDS+ Rotary Hammer Drill 3-Mode - £64.99 Delivered @ ITS
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Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
Makita M8701 Makita MT Series SDS+ Rotary Hammer Drill 3-Mode - £64.99 Delivered @ ITS
The Makita M8701 SDS+ Rotary Hammer Drill is part of the MT series offering a comprehensive list of tools at an affordable market price. Produced to a standard far exceeding that … Read more
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Now 59.99


Red makita = green bosch. Occasional use


Not much powerful than what? The equivalent Blue Makita HR2470 SDS plus is 780 watts, 2.4J, and 1100 RPM, this is 800 watts, 2.3J and 1200 RPM, and both have an impact rate of 4500 BPM. If it's for DIY use only you wouldn't need anything with more power, and no trades person is going to buy this anyway as it's only a years warranty.


Not much powerful


Erbauer much better quality than Makita red.

Einhell GC-PM 40 118cc, 40cm Petrol Lawn Mower - £119.99 delivered @ ITS
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Einhell GC-PM 40 118cc, 40cm Petrol Lawn Mower - £119.99 delivered @ ITS
£119.99 Free P&P Free
Available for delivery from tomorrow. Decent machine for the price (y) Powerful 118cc, one cylinder 4 stroke air-cooled engine Impressive 40cm cutting width 45L hard wearin… Read more

Just bought this. Steel deck and bigger engine for £20 more.


Anyone recommend a lawnmower repair in London or Essex


I got the self popelled model from Toolstation 2 years ago, starts first time every time.


Thanks for the advice!


Unless you've got a garden that's very flat, go for a self propelled mower IMO.

Makita DHP482ITS 18v LXT Combi Drill with 1 x 3Ah Battery, Charger and Bag £95.99 + £5 delivery at ITS
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Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
Makita DHP482ITS 18v LXT Combi Drill with 1 x 3Ah Battery, Charger and Bag £95.99 + £5 delivery at ITS
Price is £95.99 (incl. VAT, delivery is £5 or free over £100 spend) Heavy duty motor and full metal gearbox can crank out an impressive 62Nm of torque! 13mm Nylon keyless chuck… Read more

Already posted, white model in the person's bio (y)


Seems a good deal to me


so now Im on the fence. Are you saying quality has dropped? Have the changed factories or what?


Interesting, still after a battery and charger if anyone has any deals cheera


I bought one from amazon months ago assembled in Romania with probably Chinese parts i was the gearbox problem on not even heavy load

Makita DLX2131RJ 18v LXT 2 Piece Kit with 2 x 3Ah Batteries, Charger and Case - £203.99 @ ITS
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Posted 28th AprPosted 28th Apr
Makita DLX2131RJ 18v LXT 2 Piece Kit with 2 x 3Ah Batteries, Charger and Case - £203.99 @ ITS
Looking to replace my dying old Dewalt drill and wanting to move over to makita and build the collection for other tools that use the same batteries so this seems a decent starter … Read more

This one? Different case (not a makpak) and a slow charger (not rapid charge so takes more than twice the time). Also lower power Combi drill, 42Nm vs 62Nm on this deal. The bigger batteries Will be a plus to some but personally for the £4 I think this is a better deal


SCREWFIX had a similar deal with 2 x 4ah batteries at £200.


That’s interesting thanks. Mine only arrived yesterday but the clips seem easy enough to open/close to me but one day isn’t really a true test!


The clips are awful, really awful. I reckon my hands are pretty strong... but struggle to unclip them, and will often grab a screwdriver to use if my tool bag is near. It also needs all 4 clips fastened to the box above if you are stacking them - the Metaloc and Systainer use a single clip. They also don't feel nearly as strong when stood on (I'm aware you're not supposed to). I don't know a single person who likes the boxes, baffling why Makita have stuck with such a poor design.


Out of interest what’s bad about it?

Dewalt DCH133M1 18v XR Brushless SDS+ Drill with 1 x 4Ah Battery, Charger and Case £179.99 at ITS
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Posted 28th AprPosted 28th Apr
Dewalt DCH133M1 18v XR Brushless SDS+ Drill with 1 x 4Ah Battery, Charger and Case £179.99 at ITS
£179.99£27935% £5
Ideal for drilling anchor and fixing holes For concrete, brick & masonry 2.6J impact energy Compact and lightweight Ergonomic soft grip handle 50% off before vat added but in … Read more
beljata £5 cheaper at Toolsense via ebay


They are two different tools entirely in how they are intended for use, The lighter weight cordless sds can be used above shoulder height comfortably and in other ways using its lighter weight as advantage, The Titan sds breaker is a big heavy beast, working ideally ground level or close to using its additional weight to help you in its purpose this way, Both are excellent tools with many applications, but also ideally suited for different situations.


The Titan (corded) posted above has 8J impact energy vs 2.6J for this DeWalt (cordless). Is it always the case that cordless can't come close to the power that corded can for hammer function? I'd prefer to pay a bit more and get cordless for convenience, but not at the cost of so much impact power loss.


If that’s the only use you have planned for it, the recommended Titan breaker on below/above post for £70 will be your best bet, Breakers on lighter weight sds drills work great for over shoulder etc, but postcrete in ground and posts would seriously use that Titan breaker, will make your life very easy


Thats fantastic - very much appreciated

Makita DHP482ITS 18v LXT Combi Drill with 1 x 3Ah Battery, Charger and Bag at ITS for £79.99
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Posted 26th AprPosted 26th Apr
Makita DHP482ITS 18v LXT Combi Drill with 1 x 3Ah Battery, Charger and Bag at ITS for £79.99
£79.99 £5
This compact and lightweight drill replaces the very popular DHP456. It sits right in the middle of Makita’s 18v cordless combi drill range as it delivers more torque than some oth… Read more

Hence the reason the op has expired the deal


ex VAT price.

Makita three mode SDS Rotary hammer drill m8701 £72.49 Delivered @ ITS
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Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
Makita three mode SDS Rotary hammer drill m8701 £72.49 Delivered @ ITS
Makita three mode SDS Rotary hammer drill

£120, no battery. Price on amazon is now £134


How much did you payed for it? With or without battery?


@danflorin3 I bought the DHR202Z a couple of weeks ago along with that same SDS+ drill and chisel set. I've been battering away with those chisels and they have been fantastic. Never owned an SDS hammer drill before, the power they provide is incredible.


I"m not disappointed at all. I will just go for the set you've recommended me ( currently£27...) and I will drop the set I had linked in previous comm.


Whoa! I hope it doesn't disappoint now ! That set above is for a normal drill or impact driver with a 1/4 inch hex fitting. Its specifically SDS bits your looking for. I have this set , it has lasted year's of heavy diy kitchen and bathroom fitting etc. 18quid on warehouse deals at moment.

Makita DHP482W 18v LXT Combi Drill with 1 x 3Ah Battery, Charger and Bag - £95.99 + £5.00 Delivery @ ITS
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Posted 23rd AprPosted 23rd Apr
Makita DHP482W 18v LXT Combi Drill with 1 x 3Ah Battery, Charger and Bag - £95.99 + £5.00 Delivery @ ITS
Another Makita drill deal... This kit includes the DHP482 (white) 18v LXT Combi Drill, a 3.0Ah battery, the Makita DC18RC 14.4V - 18V Compact Battery Charger and comes with an IT… Read more

Pretty noticable, enough for a significant vibration at higher speeds - I contacted Screwfix and they told me to fill in a returns enquiry form on their website. That was about a week ago and heard nothing since...


I'll check that before doing anything else. How bad was it? Did you return it?


Check yours for chuck wobble - I bought one and was a bit disappointed.


Bit the bullet today and purchased the DeWalt, not had chance to use it yet though. I justified it by telling myself I'm saving money compared to getting someone in to do the jobs I've got planned (lol)


With the Makita stuff you can get a decent drill and price but seems like you need to wait around for the deals on the separate parts and do them all individually which is a bit of a pain. I agree that the de Walt is the best one going, I've just been reluctant to spend £150.

Dewalt 171195N Dewalt TSTAK Deep Tool Case £23.99 +£5 delivery (free delivery if order is over £100) @ ITS
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Dewalt 171195N Dewalt TSTAK Deep Tool Case £23.99 +£5 delivery (free delivery if order is over £100) @ ITS
Been looking for a few days for these. Seems a good deal if you buy a few to spread the delivery cost. I bought 3 :) Note: delivery is free if your order is over £100.

Great price and fast next day delivery. Goes great with the saw I just bought and the dewalt combi drill pack for stacking with each other.


This one is without the tray. B&Q have these for £30 but they include the tray (according to product description) just an option for people. I have two off these and various other TSTAK boxes and love them


Sorry I didn't realise it's sold out.


Have you got a link to that mate? Cannot find anything that price.


If buying one then cheaper as you Can buy it for £24.90 from ebay.

Dewalt DEWTSTAKCTCASE TSTACK Trolley & Deep Case Pack £42 + £5 delivery @ ITS
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Posted 18th AprPosted 18th Apr
Dewalt DEWTSTAKCTCASE TSTACK Trolley & Deep Case Pack £42 + £5 delivery @ ITS
Dewalt Tstack deep case + trolley for £42 + £5 delivery (£34.98 off) or just the tstack deep case for £23.99 + £5 delivery (£10 off)… Read more
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My order has been cancelled today. At least i got an email below from them. '' In regards to the product you have ordered, unfortunately, we are out of stock on this item and are no longer retailing the item. As such we have no further intake dates and will have to cancel the order. I will make sure a full refund is provided where necessary ''


Mine has apparently been dispatched for delivery tomorrow 🤞

Yes, just had mine refunded too (mad)


My order was just refunded with no explanation. Anyone else get the same?


Thanks op

Dewalt DCB183B 18v 2.0Ah XR Bluetooth Li - Ion battery - £41 Delivered @ ITS
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Posted 17th AprPosted 17th Apr
Dewalt DCB183B 18v 2.0Ah XR Bluetooth Li - Ion battery - £41 Delivered @ ITS
£41 inc. delivery! Perfect deal, better than on eBay - £44 + delivery charge.
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They make your tool very heavy though. (strong)


I like the idea of these. As a DIYer with young kids running around it can be a pain having to remove the batteries from all my tools when I’m not actively using them. So occasionally it would be nice to be able to disable them all via the phone when they’re not in use. Not good value for me though. I’d be more tempted by the 5ah one at ~£60 elsewhere.


Yeah I stocked up on those a few weeks ago. I can’t really see how effective the Bluetooth will be. If your stuff gets stolen then it doesn’t matter and that’s the main selling point of the Bluetooth as far as I know


I am currently awaiting delivery of 2 X 2.0 Amp DCB183 for £25.99 from Amazon. I can function with no Bluetooth capability.

Makita DHP482ITS 18v LXT Combi Drill with 1 x 3Ah Battery, Charger and Bag £95.99 Delivered @ ITS
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Makita DHP482ITS 18v LXT Combi Drill with 1 x 3Ah Battery, Charger and Bag £95.99 Delivered @ ITS
Makita dhp482 drill plus battery and a charger with a carry bag. Looks like a decent price.
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Expired as a £5 delivery charge is now being added at basket stage


depends whether you have a battery and charger both cost roughly the same once you've bought the battery and charger at current prices


hmm... I was looking at milwuakee....


How does this deal stack up against the makita yesterday for £44 no batt or charger


So, yes, tough

Einhell 46cm Self Propelled Petrol Mower - £155.99 @ ITS
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Posted 1st AprPosted 1st Apr
Einhell 46cm Self Propelled Petrol Mower - £155.99 @ ITS
Been looking for a new self propelled lawnmower and this looks a cracking deal. It says save £45 but I'm sure its more than that of RRP Key Features 4-stroke Einhell OHV engine w… Read more
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I have owned two petrol mowers. One was a push one, the other a ride on. Both gave me no end of problems. I eventually gave up on both. The ride on was fantastic when it worked as we have a large garden - about 200ft x 150ft with the house in the middle, so it made light work of it. But as said, gave me a lot of problems and one repair alone cost me £125 (10 years ago) and it turned out to be a minor part in the engine that had broken - part cost a couple of quid but the time spent finding out that was the problem is what cost the money. One day it just stopped working again and I never got it going after that. I sold it on for repairs as it was in super condition but was just so unreliable. We switched back to another Bosch 43cm electric. The first one lasted years and the current one we've had for maybe 5 or 6 years. Very reliable - especially when each time we cut the grass it's probably equivalent to a dozen regular sized gardens, which on that basis means it's lasted for about 60 years in real terms compared to a normal sized garden! It usually takes 8 hours of constant mowing (with a few coffee breaks in between) for long grass and maybe 4-6 for keeping it trim. Whichever, we put that motor through a lot of stress and I think maybe this current one will give up this year as last year we were getting some overheating issues, but remember - it's a large garden so equivalent to cutting a regular garden for maybe the equivalent of 60 years use. Yes it's a pain with the cable, but it's reliable and we bought each one for less than £100 on offer, so for reliability you can't beat electric, and in our opinion, Bosch.


That's fine, however I bought mine 6 years ago and not from this retailer. Am glad you get 3 years warranty now. You'll need it


It comes with a 3 year warranty


or Who to believe??


I had a petrol given to me that broke quickly. I have used an electric one but its a nightmare, and part of my garden is sloped so self propeled is so useful

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