Makita 120 Piece Pro Tool and Accessory Set - £37.99 @ Argos
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Makita 120 Piece Pro Tool and Accessory Set - £37.99 @ Argos

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Found 26th Dec 2017
The Makita PRO accessory set is perfect for the tradesman or serious DIY enthusiast. It includes an impressive range of 120 assorted essentials for your everyday working needs. It all comes in a plastic carry case with clear lid. It includes a variety of Pozi, Philips, Torx, hex and slotted screwdriver bits and drill bits in popular sizes for use in wood, metal, brick, block and more. This kit also includes hole saws, level, counter sink, centre punch and tape measure.

  • Extension bar.
  • 60 screwdriver bits and bit holder.
  • Spirit level.
  • 1 tape/ruler including electrical tape, measuring tape, .
  • Contents includes a variety of Pozi, Philips, Torx, hex and slotted screwdriver bits and drill bits in popular sizes for use in wood, metal, brick, block, etc.
  • EAN: 88381710374.

£59.99 on Screwfix.com
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Think this is better value for money
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How cool is this. Tempted ! Makita gear is top notch
Edited by: "skeeter909" 26th Dec 2017
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Think this is better value for money
skeeter90929 m ago

How cool is this. Tempted ! Makita gear is top notch



Unfortunately, while their tools do tend to be, I have several of their 18V power tools, the accessories are rather a mixed bunch. Having blunted the tips on their concrete drill bits on first use, and had the tips on some of their screwdriver bits break under less than heavy use, I would consider these as light use only.
gazjon3 m ago

Unfortunately, while their tools do tend to be, I have several of their …Unfortunately, while their tools do tend to be, I have several of their 18V power tools, the accessories are rather a mixed bunch. Having blunted the tips on their concrete drill bits on first use, and had the tips on some of their screwdriver bits break under less than heavy use, I would consider these as light use only.


Fair enough. My Makita drills and grinder still going after years which is all I am going by, but it's diy around the house only.
skeeter90918 m ago

Fair enough. My Makita drills and grinder still going after years which is …Fair enough. My Makita drills and grinder still going after years which is all I am going by, but it's diy around the house only.



Same here, which is why I was so surprised at the poor showing of the masonry bits. Bought a set of Irwin bits and they have been well up to the task for drilling into brickwork and concrete.
All the Makita drill and screw bits I've had are nothing special, tools are great though.
gazjon4 h, 43 m ago

Unfortunately, while their tools do tend to be, I have several of their …Unfortunately, while their tools do tend to be, I have several of their 18V power tools, the accessories are rather a mixed bunch. Having blunted the tips on their concrete drill bits on first use, and had the tips on some of their screwdriver bits break under less than heavy use, I would consider these as light use only.




Had a similar experience, although a few years ago now.
Avrg price?
The driver bits for power tools are the black ones I believe not the grey ones. Black ones should be bit stronger.
Not the best sets unless only for light diy.
The kit that purple minion linked to has all the main tools(bar the tape measure) that are in this kit for close to half the price.

And I’d echo everyone else’s comments that these kits are low quality when compared to makitas powertools
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