Makita 18v combi drill + battery £89.96 @ Anglia Tool Centre
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Makita 18v combi drill + battery £89.96 @ Anglia Tool Centre

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Found 22nd Nov 2015
Pretty good deal for combi drill to me
Voltage: 18 v Max. in wood: 36 mm Max. in masonry: 13 mm Max. in steel: 13 mm Blows per minute H: 0-19500/ L: 0-6000 bpm
Max Torque S/H: 42 Nm Torque Settings: 16 + drill No Load Speed H: 0 - 1300 / L: 0 - 400 rpm Battery Type: Lithium-ion Battery Quantity: (1.5 Ah)2 Vibration: Drilling: 2.5 m/sec² Vibration: Hammer Drilling: 7.5 m/sec² Vibration K factor: 1.5 m/sec² Noise sound pressure: 78 dB(A) Noise K factor: 3 dB(A)
Net weight: 1.7 kg
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States 1.5ah battery not 3ah that's in the specs. Still a good price but would probably go with the more bosch Professional drill posted recently.
more... powerful bosch Professional
Bosch professional against the makita surely not in the same league ,
Makita is a tradesmen tool Bosch is for the diy guy
mickkemp

Bosch professional against the makita surely not in the same league ,


Normally i would agree. There is a reason they are so widely used on building sites. 453 is about the lowest of the range though though. Doesn't even get a work light.
Not a good deal at all cold,pay a extra 20 notes and get a Milwaukee for that price.
An extra tenner gets you the a 3ah battery at Wickes!
Great price - Makita tools are excellent
This vs that lol
Let's chuck some more in: Hilti & festool.
My personal likes are Makita & Hilti for drills.
Missed the one last week.Any other decent deals for a drill that would keep me going doing sparky homers?Cheers
tallpault

Missed the one last week.Any other decent deals for a drill that would … Missed the one last week.Any other decent deals for a drill that would keep me going doing sparky homers?Cheers


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MrWani

more... powerful bosch Professional



If you mean more 'power' as in 1.5ah vs 3.0ah then your wrong, ah is how long they last, not how much power they output
twix41

If you mean more 'power' as in 1.5ah vs 3.0ah then your wrong, ah is how … If you mean more 'power' as in 1.5ah vs 3.0ah then your wrong, ah is how long they last, not how much power they output



​Sorry no... I was talking about torque.
chub_pie

An extra tenner gets you the a 3ah battery at Wickes!



And fast charger too
micpwelsh

Makita is a tradesmen tool Bosch is for the diy guy



I think he meant the 'Professional' (blue) range as opposed to the DiY (green) range. Not exactly cut and dry though - the Bosch trim router walks all over the Makita one, as does the new range of sliding compound mitre saws. However, the Makita drills are ahead in my book.
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