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Makita 18V Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 3.0Ah Batteries £149.98 @ Toolstation
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Makita 18V Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 3.0Ah Batteries £149.98 @ Toolstation

£149.98£166.9910%Toolstation Deals
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Posted 25th Apr
First reduced to £179 and now down to £149, fantastic price for brushless, 2 batteries and a case.

Product Details• Max. Torque: 45Nm
• No Load Speed: 0-400/0-1500 rpm
• 16 Torque Settings + Drill + Hammer Drill
• Variable speed
• Fast charge (60min)
• LED Work Light
Supplied with 2 x 3.0Ah batteries, charger and carry case.
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At first look I thought it was quite good but the bare model is £60 so about right really.
Hiltron0925/04/2019 23:57

At first look I thought it was quite good but the bare model is £60 so …At first look I thought it was quite good but the bare model is £60 so about right really.


Granted bare tool is £60. Cheapest batteries I can see are £37.95 and a charger at £34.50. That’s £170 worth of kit and I haven’t added the case yet!! Heat added.
pluves15 h, 23 m ago

Granted bare tool is £60. Cheapest batteries I can see are £37.95 and a c …Granted bare tool is £60. Cheapest batteries I can see are £37.95 and a charger at £34.50. That’s £170 worth of kit and I haven’t added the case yet!! Heat added.


Each to their own. A £20 or so saving doesn't do much for me. That's all.
Heat. I have the one with brushes and only 1 x 3Ah battery and I paid more for this.. also from Toolstation but 2 years ago.
45Nm sounds quite low. Is this a better drill than the DeWalt DCD795 which has a torque rating of 60Nm?

I can get the DCD795 and DCF887 impact driver with 2*3ah batteries and a Tstak case for £199.

Which is the best buy?
Edited by: "Zaxxan" 27th Apr
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