Makita Black Brushless Twin Kit 18v 2x5AH £203.99  buyaparcel-store ebay
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Makita Black Brushless Twin Kit 18v 2x5AH £203.99 buyaparcel-store ebay

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Found 17th Jul
Kit not a bad price normally at £250 ish. But currently 20% off BUYAPARCEL on eBay makes this an awesome deal!
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Batteries, bits,charger and box are worth over £150 on their own.
Worth it imo
Good kit but bit underpowered for price.
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If you could be bothered this would be worth getting to sell the tools themselves and keep everything else, you'd be in profit if you only got £25 a piece for them. In reality you'd get a lot more, which could be used to buy a couple of decent body-only replacements and give you a nice set up. But as above, these aren't high spec tools for the price.
What's the torque on these two please?
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Radeon1 h, 18 m ago

What's the torque on these two please?


40 and 140
Thanks for posting. I had placed an order from this company yesterday and just cancelled it. I will reorder and save 20% which saves me £100. Forgot to say its a great deal and welcome to HotUKDeals
Edited by: "summerof76" 18th Jul
markbartlett9 h, 55 m ago

Good kit but bit underpowered for price.



ebay.co.uk/itm…272

Would the DHP482 & DTD152Z (2x 3.0aH) be better? Their torque ratings are a bit better but obviously brushed and not brushless with lower capacity packs

Edit: bit of a newbie when it comes to brushless
Edited by: "iamwhoiam" 18th Jul
I just purchased the Dewalt 18v DCF899N XR for 123.99 from these guys - It was on for 154.99. 124 is the cheapest its ever been (think Amazon lightening deal was at 135). Price at other places is lower around 5 to 8 quid (149), so still a good price. Its not bad if the prices have not been jacked up - look at items sold to see if price was put up.
seems a no-brainer - 2 batteries is £120 alone....so only £80 for a charger, case, driver and drill
Great deal. Makita drivers are the best of the best in my opinion, and keep going for the years I have had mine, which have seen quite heavy use.
iamwhoiam5 h, 8 m ago

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/361861167272Would the DHP482 & DTD152Z (2x …https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/361861167272Would the DHP482 & DTD152Z (2x 3.0aH) be better? Their torque ratings are a bit better but obviously brushed and not brushless with lower capacity packsEdit: bit of a newbie when it comes to brushless


I would search ebay for DCK266P2 (Dewalt DCD796 & DCF887 combi drill and impact driver). You'll get the kit for £270 if you look around. Cracking gear.
Out of stock... excellent find op
there were approx 100 sets available when I bought mine 4h ago - now they are sold out!
ok so i'm in the market for a set and i realise this is the sub compact range but just seems a bit counter intuitive pairing an 18v 5ah battery with such a small tool, has anyone got this set?
Not in stock anymore
OOS
CoumbBarr20003 h, 19 m ago

Great deal. Makita drivers are the best of the best in my opinion, and …Great deal. Makita drivers are the best of the best in my opinion, and keep going for the years I have had mine, which have seen quite heavy use.


Hitachi or Milwaukee I would say is the best, then Makita or Dewalt, then Ryobi, Ingersoll & Bosh etc. That`s in my opinion from research and experience over the decade or two.
Edited by: "aky247s" 18th Jul
my mate at work has this impact and it's really not great. ok for 4 inch screws but really struggles with 6 inches and also for 10 inches timberlocks it's a pain watching him. but please don't tell him that I've said that as he gets really upset.

cracking deal
Edited by: "visitor33" 18th Jul
aky247s9 h, 31 m ago

I just purchased the Dewalt 18v DCF899N XR for 123.99 from these guys - …I just purchased the Dewalt 18v DCF899N XR for 123.99 from these guys - It was on for 154.99. 124 is the cheapest its ever been (think Amazon lightening deal was at 135). Price at other places is lower around 5 to 8 quid (149), so still a good price. Its not bad if the prices have not been jacked up - look at items sold to see if price was put up.



The listing states "Bare Tool - No Battery or Charger Supplied".
aky247s6 h, 8 m ago

Hitachi or Milwaukee I would say is the best, then Makita or Dewalt, then …Hitachi or Milwaukee I would say is the best, then Makita or Dewalt, then Ryobi, Ingersoll & Bosh etc. That`s in my opinion from research and experience over the decade or two.


My cousin's dad completely hammered his DeWalt and replaced it with a Hitachi which lasted less than 2 years before battery lost charge and the trigger started failing. He bought a Makita and that's still going strong 4 years later.

I had a great DeWalt nicad for 4 years, then got a makita and wouldnt go back personally.
hukd198918th Jul

The listing states "Bare Tool - No Battery or Charger Supplied".


Yeah I already have some Dewalt stuff i.e. drill. circular saw & light, so can use the batteries from them, which are compatible with Impact Wrench. BTW TCB was giving 4.3% & QC 3% at the time of deal, so got anther 7.4% off really
Edited by: "aky247s" 21st Jul
ned.ford18th Jul

My cousin's dad completely hammered his DeWalt and replaced it with a …My cousin's dad completely hammered his DeWalt and replaced it with a Hitachi which lasted less than 2 years before battery lost charge and the trigger started failing. He bought a Makita and that's still going strong 4 years later.I had a great DeWalt nicad for 4 years, then got a makita and wouldnt go back personally.


Its normal to have odditities here and there with ALL makes. That`s why you have warranty right? Its after the warranty period that matters - not before! as in your freinds case.

Batteries are not under warranty unless they explode or fail - Batteries need to be maintained for all makes.
Edited by: "aky247s" 21st Jul
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