Makita 6281DP3-TP 14.4V Drill Driver & Combi Drill & Impact Driver Kit £99.99 @ screwfix
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Makita 6281DP3-TP 14.4V Drill Driver & Combi Drill & Impact Driver Kit £99.99 @ screwfix

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Found 9th Dec 2014
Couldn't get my last deal as no stock, should really buy mine before i inform others To helpfull thats my problem.

Well hunting again and came across these

Could past the spec but as you can see it's pretty good just to look at!

3 batterys and 30min charge could keep you going for a good days work

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Original Poster

been shopping today and now don't have the cash to buy them myself now


DOH!!!!!!!!!!!!

aren't those the naff NiCd batteries?

Sid Harper

aren't those the naff NiCd batteries?



Yes they are

meh. Not voting - wouldn't buy them myself but may suit someone and Makita at £33 a unit with a battery is not a bad deal at all but the batteries will unlikely stand the test of time

Just buy them and upgrade the batteries?? Surely at £99 there a deal

Original Poster

looking for replacement batterys now :P

niknax2010

looking for replacement batterys now :P



If you find any Li-Ion batteries, please post the link - much appreciated!

These seem to be out of stock online and in store - I tried several post codes but no stock? Do you know any post code which has stock? Thanks!
Edited by: "aarondiamond" 9th Dec 2014

Original Poster

aarondiamond

If you find any Li-Ion batteries, please post the link - much … If you find any Li-Ion batteries, please post the link - much appreciated!These seem to be out of stock online and in store - I tried several post codes but no stock? Do you know any post code which has stock? Thanks!



Out of stock by me now there was loads but obviously people have taken head to the deal i posted :P

As the the battery replacements i can't seam to find any Li-Ion batteries replacements, but i can't see why it's not a good deal as the drill alone is £74

oh well can't please everyone.

I've just bought these (see link) as a replacement for a 2 drill set of the same type that i've had for 6 years. They're great little workers, and it was cheaper to buy this set than replacement batteries.

Anglia Tool Centre - Makita drill, driver, and 3 batteries
Edited by: "Scooter77" 9th Dec 2014

I'm not impressed with my Makita with LI-ION batteries. They go flat quickly when put under strain. I would choose ni-cads for the power and the lower cost so I vote hot for this deal. If I brought Li-ion again I would buy something bigger than my current 10.8 volt effort but you would have to pay £200 + to get something better than this deal.

Don't you mean naff lithium batteries, I got a full kit of each for dry lining, let me tell you my old red batteries are still blasting through the screws by the boxful two years since I stopped using my lithium equivalents, best thing is I was using my older red battery drills and screwguns 2 years BEFORE I bought the lithium so no I don't think so dude

Red batteries will last years longer
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