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Makita Cordless Combo Kits From £79.04 Using Code - EG Makita CLX214X1 Drill + Vacuum + 2 Batteries & Charger £79.04 @ eBay / buyaparcel
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Makita Cordless Combo Kits From £79.04 Using Code - EG Makita CLX214X1 Drill + Vacuum + 2 Batteries & Charger £79.04 @ eBay / buyaparcel

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Posted 1st Apr

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

A few option here, ranging from £79.04 to £131.47. Thought they were worth a shout with the discount here, especially as they all come with two batteries. For this price, use code POP15 at checkout.

Makita CLX214X1 10.8v CXT 2 x 1.5Ah Li-ion Combo Kit HP331D Drill CL106FD Vacuum - £79.04
This Model is now up in price

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Includes:
  • Makita HP331D 10.8v Cordless CXT Combi Drill
  • Makita CL106FD 10.8v CXT Li-ion Vacuum Cleaner
  • 2 x BL1015 0.8V 1.5Ah Battery
  • 1 x DC10WC Charger



Makita CLX214X1 10.8v CXT Kit HP331D Drill TD110 Impact Driver CL106FD Vacuum - £114.74
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Includes:
  • Makita HP331D 10.8v Cordless CXT Combi Drill
  • Makita CL106FD 10.8v CXT Li-ion Vacuum Cleaner
  • Makita TD110DZ 10.8v Cordless CXT Impact Driver
  • 2 x BL1015 0.8V 1.5Ah Battery
  • 1 x DC10WC Charger



Makita 10.8v CXT Li-ion Combo Kit HP331D Drill TM30 Multi Tool + CL106FD Vacuum - £131.74
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Includes:
  • Makita HP331D 10.8v Cordless CXT Combi Drill
  • Makita CL106FD 10.8v CXT Li-ion Vacuum Cleaner
  • Makita TM30DZ CXT 10.8v Lithium Ion Cordless Multi Tool MultiTool - Bare Unit
  • 2 x BL1015 0.8V 1.5Ah Battery
  • 1 x DC10WC Charger
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Given that vacuum is the common denominator, I’d put money on it being awful, and they’re just using it to make bundles look for valuable, knowing full well the vacuum wouldn’t sell on its own.

Decent deals, and thanks for sharing. I’d love to hear how anyone gets on with this, and how hard it sucks!
oliverhussick01/04/2020 13:11

Given that vacuum is the common denominator, I’d put money on it being a …Given that vacuum is the common denominator, I’d put money on it being awful, and they’re just using it to make bundles look for valuable, knowing full well the vacuum wouldn’t sell on its own.Decent deals, and thanks for sharing. I’d love to hear how anyone gets on with this, and how hard it sucks!


Reviews for it are pretty positive
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I’ve had the vacuum for years, bought it after a pal recommended it. We’ve used it for a thousand spills of food and mess whilst the kids have been small. Keep the filters clean and empty regularly and it’ll last you years. It’s not the most powerful of vacuums - and I’ve got a 3.0ah battery on mine, but I wouldn’t be without it - it’s great for cleaning up stuff you wouldn’t want to block your ‘good vacuum’ with (like brick dust) and is light and easy to move about.
OmarAfridi01/04/2020 13:20

I’ve had the vacuum for years, bought it after a pal recommended it. We’ve …I’ve had the vacuum for years, bought it after a pal recommended it. We’ve used it for a thousand spills of food and mess whilst the kids have been small. Keep the filters clean and empty regularly and it’ll last you years. It’s not the most powerful of vacuums - and I’ve got a 3.0ah battery on mine, but I wouldn’t be without it - it’s great for cleaning up stuff you wouldn’t want to block your ‘good vacuum’ with (like brick dust) and is light and easy to move about.


They don't do a 3.0ah battery for this, so you have the 18v more power version
I think you’re right. Don’t know how good this would be then.... sorry guys.
1.5ah helllllllll Noooooo!

Battery dies in minutes
I have the old 10.8v vacuum and the 18v, both are plenty powerful and , can’t tell any difference when using either to be honest you do need to keep the filters clean as mentioned however. Also the old shape 10.8v batteries are 3ah
Drill great for vast majority of 2nd fix stuff. Recently did full kitchen install and only needed a 18v once for a waste pipe cutout. Vacuum is poor. Can't comment on the 1.5ah batteries as I have the 2.0ah ones. I believe they don't have the power indicator on however.
Thanks OP, been looking for a deal on a CXT Drill and Driver set, £115 is pretty good before adding the vacuum cleaner!
18v would have got my attention
I've the 18v version of the vacuum and it's reasonably good. I wouldn't want to depend on the 10.8v equivalent though.
Edited by: "wilt" 1st Apr
I have the 18V vacuum too, I find it really weak.
Just had my order cancelled as they’ve not got stock apparently
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