Unfortunately, this deal has expired 16 May 2023.
Posted 15 May 2023

MAKITA DHP485T001 18V 2 X 5.0AH LI-ION LXT Brushless Cordless Combi Drill - £169.99 @ Screwfix

Free ·
cityslicker's avatar
Shared by
Joined in 2007

About this deal

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

More Combi Drill deals

Find more like this

See all deals

Discover more deals on our homepage

Makita Brushless drill with 2x 5.0 batteries

Info added by @PD2K79


Cordless combi drill powered by a brushless motor. Featuring 2-speed gearbox, variable speed trigger, keyless 13mm chuck and dual LED work lights with afterglow function.

Ideal for a wide range of drilling, fastening and hammer drilling applications. Extreme Protection Technology (XPT) provides resistance to dust and water.

Instruction Manual


  • 2 x 5.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries
  • 145min Charge Time
  • Max. Torque: 50Nm
  • 21 Torque Settings + Drill
  • 13mm Keyless Chuck
  • 2-Speed Variable & Reverse
  • All-Metal Gearing
  • Electronic Brake
  • Twin LED Work Lights
  • Spindle Lock

Review Rating

Help & Information

Screwfix More details at
Community Updates
Edited by a community support team member, 15 May 2023
New Comment


sorted by
's avatar
  1. Big_AlzYp's avatar
    How does this compare to the other deal hotukdeals.com/dea…131

    It has what looks to be the same Combi Drill, 3Ah batteries and a compact impact driver for the same price, Have an idea I might get the chain saw in the future, so 2x5Ah would be useful.
    baz84's avatar
    Better batteries and better drill here. I added the impact driver separately amazon.co.uk/dp/…080 (edited)
  2. nightshot's avatar
    Great price, heat added.
  3. w0nky's avatar
    Been this price for a while I think, picked it up in April. Really impressed with build quality and torque
    Liang's avatar
    I don't know how much Torque means to my diy work, as I constantly see dewalt combi drill comes with much higher Torque, for example 65 vs 50
  4. RedSnail's avatar
    Good bit of kit for DIY with decent battery capacities. I've added a few other tools to match. One thing though I think the Ryobi has a far wider range of accessories and if I was starting again I would probably go that way.
    Axoon's avatar
    I wouldn't start with Ryobi. You could buy a battery adapter and use Makita battery on Ryobi tools. However, it would be much harder to adapt Ryobi battery to other tools.
's avatar