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Makita 8391DWPE 18v Combi Drill with 2 batteries and charger in carry case £99.99 @ Screwfix
Makita 8391DWPE  18v Combi Drill with 2 batteries and charger in carry case £99.99 @ Screwfix

Makita 8391DWPE 18v Combi Drill with 2 batteries and charger in carry case £99.99 @ Screwfix

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All-metal gearing and rubber body protection. Supplied with carry case & 2 x 18V Batteries

* 2x 1.3Ah Ni-Cd Batteries
* 30min Charger
* 2-Speed
* 13mm Keyless Chuck
* 16 Torque Settings
* Electric Brake
* Automatic Spindle Lock
* Fan-Cooled Motor
* Soft-Grip Handle

8391D, 2 x batteries, charger.

4 Comments

Original Poster

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got one from b&q last year for £ 85 with lots of bits included, great drill!

Anyone got anything negative to say about this drill?

I bought a Dewalt a few months back from Screwfix and was concerned tha the torque settings seem overly high..

Over the weekend I helped my neighbour fit an LCD TV on the wall and on Torque Setting one, it had the power to put a round head number 10 screen deep into the timber that I was fixing to the wall.

So on Monday I did the rounds and started to look at other drills (Makita, Ryobi, Hitachi etc) and found that they had 'usable' torque settings (i.e 1 could be stopped using fingers)... But at the same time i also confirmed that the Dewalt drills in B&Q were the same as mine, so its not a fault.

I spoke to Dewalt today and they called it a "peculiarity".. They implied (infact they actually said) that the Torque settings on the Dewalt model I have don't work...

After speaking to Screwfix they have offered to replace it and I am tempted to swap it for one of these Makitas..

Any thoughts about this?

Jon

Is this item the same but "Site" brand with a 3rd battery

screwfix.com/pro…ill
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