Makita DDF483ZJ 18 V Li-ion LXT Brushless Drill Driver in a Makpac Case, No Batteries Included £65.42 @ Amazon
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Makita DDF483ZJ 18 V Li-ion LXT Brushless Drill Driver in a Makpac Case, No Batteries Included £65.42 @ Amazon

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Found 15th Jul
Not bad for a light duty brushless drill driver to compliment your existing Makita LXT kit. Plus comes with type 2 Makpac. NO BATTERIES OR CHARGER.

£100+ elsewhere.

Makita DDF483ZJ

Benefits:
Forward/reverse rotation
Electronic brake for increased operator safety
Twin LED job light to illuminate the work area
Compact length of 162mm
Capacity:
Maximum in steel 13mm

Maximum in wood 36mm

Chuck capacity 1.5 to 13mm

23 Nm maximum tightening torque (soft joint)

40 Nm maximum tightening torque (hard joint)

DDF483ZJ 187V Li-ion LXT Brushless Drill Driver, supplied in a Makpac case – No batteries included
The DDF483ZJ is a cordless Drill Driver, with variable speed, powered by 18V Li-ion battery (not included) to supply energy to the brushless DC motor to deliver up to 1,700 rpm and 40 Nm of maximum tightening torque for a wide range of drilling and fastening applications. The brushless motor eliminates carbon brushes, enabling the motor to run cooler and more efficiently for a longer life and uses energy to match torque and rpm to the changing demands of the application.

The Drill Driver has a 2 speed gearbox, high speed mode for speedy drilling in light duty applications and low speed mode for heavy duty applications requiring high torque. All metal construction to ensure high transmission durability, with 20 torque settings plus drill mode for added fastening control and a single sleeve keyless chuck for quick and easy bit installations and removals with one hand.
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Cold from me I'm afraid, the DHP482Z is a better drill and £46. This is a classic example of brushless not being better. Even factoring in the case doesn't redeem it as they're only about £20.
Edited by: "deleted801301" 15th Jul
deleted80130115th Jul

Cold from me I'm afraid, the DHP482Z is a better drill and £46. This is a …Cold from me I'm afraid, the DHP482Z is a better drill and £46. This is a classic example of brushless not being better. Even factoring in the case doesn't redeem it as they're only about £20.


+1

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deleted80130115th Jul

Cold from me I'm afraid, the DHP482Z is a better drill and £46. This is a …Cold from me I'm afraid, the DHP482Z is a better drill and £46. This is a classic example of brushless not being better. Even factoring in the case doesn't redeem it as they're only about £20.


Good point and for the average DIY'er, the 482 is great.. have one myself and battery life is plenty for my heavy DIY use. But for someone set on BL it's a good cheap buy.
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kidrock1236 m ago

+1https://www.powertoolworld.co.uk/makita-dhp482z-18v-lxt-li-ion-combi-drill-2-speed-body-only#gref



And £46 at Powertoolmate.
deleted80130115th Jul

Cold from me I'm afraid, the DHP482Z is a better drill and £46. This is a …Cold from me I'm afraid, the DHP482Z is a better drill and £46. This is a classic example of brushless not being better. Even factoring in the case doesn't redeem it as they're only about £20.



deleted80130115th Jul

Cold from me I'm afraid, the DHP482Z is a better drill and £46. This is a …Cold from me I'm afraid, the DHP482Z is a better drill and £46. This is a classic example of brushless not being better. Even factoring in the case doesn't redeem it as they're only about £20.


Wouldn’t contest that mate, but I’ve got the BHP451 drill and BTD140 impact driver from Makita’s original LXT line up.

This is a nice little (smaller 30mm and lighter 300g than the 482) addition if you need an extra drill driver to save on bit changes. Wouldn’t recommend this as an only drill.
Edited by: "Groovii.D" 15th Jul
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Groovii.D14 m ago

Wouldn’t contest that mate, but I’ve got the BHP451 drill and BTD140 imp …Wouldn’t contest that mate, but I’ve got the BHP451 drill and BTD140 impact driver from Makita’s original LXT line up.This is a nice little (smaller 30mm and lighter 300g than the 482) addition if you need an extra drill driver to save on bit changes. Wouldn’t recommend this as an only drill.


Got to admit it's pretty compact, which might make it worth considering for certain applications. Not so much the weight difference as you can gain or lose that depending what size battery you have on.
I'd still opt for the better cheaper model as a second drill though personally, unless the short length was a requirement.
Edited by: "deleted801301" 15th Jul
Usual Amazon price hiking as they sell.

Expired deal as they are now £90
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