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Makita 108PK1 10.8v CXT - 3 Piece Pack with 2 x 1.5Ah Batteries and Charger £179.99 Delivered @ ITS
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Makita 108PK1 10.8v CXT - 3 Piece Pack with 2 x 1.5Ah Batteries and Charger £179.99 Delivered @ ITS

£179.99£235.2924%ITS Deals
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Posted 30th Mar

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A decent price point for all 3 items, with 2 batteries and charger included. Pricing up individually, I'm seeing well over £200, so if you have use for all of the items here, then it may be worth a nosey


What's In The Box?
  • 1 x HP331DZ Combi Drill
  • 1 x CL06FDZ Vacuum Cleaner
  • 1 x HR166DZ Brushless SDS+ Drill
  • 2 x BL1015 1.5Ah Batteries
  • 1 x DC10WC Charger

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Features
  • 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
  • Perfect for when you don't need the power or the weight of an 18V tool
  • Full Makita Warranty

The Makita 108 Package has been put together to bring you some of Makitas best offerings from their 10.8v CXT range and to give you a well rounded platform to kick start your CXT power tool collection.

Included is the HP331DZ 10.8v Combi Drill that can generate a maximum of 30Nm of torque with maximum 1700rpm no load speed. Its powerful hammer action provides up to 22,500 impacts per minute which allows you get drill up to 8mm into masonry, 10mm into steel, and 21mm into wood.

Featuring an electric brake, 2 mechanical gears, a variable speed control trigger, 0.8mm-10mm capacity keyless chuck, handy forward & reverse trigger & LED job light. The ergonomic soft grip & lightweight 1.3kg design provides improved tool control, reducing fatigue, and comes packed with all of features you would expect from a market leading brand such as Makita.

The CL106FDZ 10.8v Vacuum Cleaner produced a maximum 1.3m3/min airflow, 3.1kPa max sealed suction and all with a 0.6 litre capacity. This makes it the perfect companion for domestic clean ups after a job and just to keep in the shop. Its capsule type body means you just have to twist it open to empty it. No need to buy dust bags ever again! Supplied with T-Nozzle, extension pipe & sash nozzle.

When you need that extra bit of power without compromising on size and portabiliy, look no further than the HR166DSMJ Brushless SDS+ Drill. Its powerful brushless motor generates a maximum 680rpm no load speed with an impressive 1.1J impact energy operating at up to 4800ipm impact rate. This means you can happily get through up to 13mm, 10mm in steel, and 16mm into concrete.

Featuring an electric brake, 2-mode operation (rotary + rotary hammer), one-touch sliding chuck. variable speed with forward and reverse. This drill comes packed with all of the features you'd need to get the job done.

The compact and lightweight 2.0kg design make it easy to handle without compromising on power, the ergonomic soft rubber grip handle and side handle provides maximum user comfort reducing fatigue on prolonged use and greater tool control.
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1.5Ah was good around 10yrs ago, avoid this deal
Why a vacuum cleaner? I understand power tools, but who buys a shark or Dyson and thinks I wish this came with a drill?
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1.5Ah was good around 10yrs ago, avoid this deal
Disagre I think the 10.8v is quite good, more than enough for the diyer...
Either way, my Worx one has just died for the second time in less than 2 years. Hardly used it. Pile of crap.
noel.b30/03/2020 10:32

Disagre I think the 10.8v is quite good, more than enough for the diyer...


It's a balance. Do you want portability or power. I'd say get an 18v set first, and then a 12v if you find a requirement.

18v can do 12v job, 12v can't always do 18v.
I've both, and reach for the 10.8v mostly. I'm a very keen diyer so they don't get hammered. But if a good 10.8v platform is on a deal it's a great way to expand your options. 3 year warranty on these like the 18v. Plus these are brushless which are more bang for your buck.
noel.b30/03/2020 11:32

I've both, and reach for the 10.8v mostly. I'm a very keen diyer so they …I've both, and reach for the 10.8v mostly. I'm a very keen diyer so they don't get hammered. But if a good 10.8v platform is on a deal it's a great way to expand your options. 3 year warranty on these like the 18v. Plus these are brushless which are more bang for your buck.


Im with this, its the 10.8's i always grab first unless i actually need the power of 18v.
Most jobs around the house can done with 10.8 quite happily and its so much lighter and easier to use.
Tools for the caravan love it
1.5 a batteriers are of no use outside of your own home.
You can get an impact driver for less than £40 & it outperforms it size. Heat
Why a vacuum cleaner? I understand power tools, but who buys a shark or Dyson and thinks I wish this came with a drill?
Awwww, that's the cutest SDS drill I've ever seen.
matt345431/03/2020 17:53

Why a vacuum cleaner? I understand power tools, but who buys a shark or …Why a vacuum cleaner? I understand power tools, but who buys a shark or Dyson and thinks I wish this came with a drill?


Think you've got it the wrong way round. If you've got loads of power tools in one range with several batteries, it seems wasteful buying a vacuum cleaner with a different battery system when you can make use of one you already have.

However, I do have a Dyson in addition to my LXT range because the Makita vacuum is pants.
This is a great deal, but pointless for an electrician as hoovering isn't their job.
Fatchops1130/03/2020 09:34

1.5Ah was good around 10yrs ago, avoid this deal



Disagree.

1.5Ah is ample for limited use.

For little/simple tasks I often use a 1.5Ah instead of a larger battery, combination of using the smaller battery as I know it'll cope, cycling my batteries and easier (lighter) to use.
r_macus30/03/2020 17:07

1.5 a batteriers are of no use outside of your own home.



Great as a back-up though.
I have the old 10.8V twin driver set with the old type circular batteries, and they are great! But they’re small, and portable. These new 10.8V just seem too big to be much different to the 18v units.. :/ :/
spenjflairs31/03/2020 19:04

I have the old 10.8V twin driver set with the old type circular batteries, …I have the old 10.8V twin driver set with the old type circular batteries, and they are great! But they’re small, and portable. These new 10.8V just seem too big to be much different to the 18v units.. :/ :/


I agree. It was because of this reason I swapped all my 10.8v Makita tools to 12v Bosch.
matt345431/03/2020 17:53

Why a vacuum cleaner? I understand power tools, but who buys a shark or …Why a vacuum cleaner? I understand power tools, but who buys a shark or Dyson and thinks I wish this came with a drill?


I think they were thinking "what other crap can we chuck into a cheap bundle make it look more appealing? I know, no one actually would buy one of these vacuum cleaners in it own right"
TeaPot9131/03/2020 18:36

This is a great deal, but pointless for an electrician as hoovering isn't …This is a great deal, but pointless for an electrician as hoovering isn't their job.


Disagree. I would always tidy up after myself to leave the work zone clean. It tells me a lot when somebody cleans after himself/herself. In a trade it tells (in my opinion) how precise the workman is.
w_kopanicki01/04/2020 21:37

Disagree. I would always tidy up after myself to leave the work zone …Disagree. I would always tidy up after myself to leave the work zone clean. It tells me a lot when somebody cleans after himself/herself. In a trade it tells (in my opinion) how precise the workman is.


Exactly what I was going to say - it's to clean up the debris made by drilling, duh?
I don't use anything except makita
TeaPot9131/03/2020 18:36

This is a great deal, but pointless for an electrician as hoovering isn't …This is a great deal, but pointless for an electrician as hoovering isn't their job.


This made me chuckle, but the serious heads are furious. Sense of humour deficit some peeps
😁
metalheadkicks31/03/2020 21:52

I agree. It was because of this reason I swapped all my 10.8v Makita … I agree. It was because of this reason I swapped all my 10.8v Makita tools to 12v Bosch.


Are the Bosch drills as small as the old Makitas? I’m tempted but the drill and driver look short and chunky rather than small and good in tight areas. Seen some Milwaukees that are more like the old Makita shape but £15 more than the Bosch set :/
unuspromulti04/04/2020 18:08

Are the Bosch drills as small as the old Makitas? I’m tempted but the d …Are the Bosch drills as small as the old Makitas? I’m tempted but the drill and driver look short and chunky rather than small and good in tight areas. Seen some Milwaukees that are more like the old Makita shape but £15 more than the Bosch set :/



I dont remember comparing them alongside but one thing I noticed instantly was the Bosch 12V drill and impact driver were heavy. Makita 10.8V were either light weight or were well distributed when holding and operating.
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