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Makita DGA452Z 18v Angle Grinder Body Only £69 @ Amazon
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Makita DGA452Z 18v Angle Grinder Body Only £69 @ Amazon

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Posted 14th Feb 2019

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Makita DGA452Z 18V Li-ion LXT Angle Grinder

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£69 on Amazon

Very good price for a great piece of kit.
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deleted72028
No need for it, no money for it, no permission to buy one, already have the corded, ordered anyway...
Good price, but buy from FFX. Once amazon has driven out all competition, they won't be price matching
Amazon saying its reduced from £198 its a joke, they are only £75, so £69 is a good price but not like the bargain it suggests.
Im tempted as I too have a power lead one but nice, heat added powertoolworld.co.uk/mak…nly
Edited by: "Kear" 15th Feb 2019
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deleted72028
No need for it, no money for it, no permission to buy one, already have the corded, ordered anyway...
Same price at ffx
Amazon saying its reduced from £198 its a joke, they are only £75, so £69 is a good price but not like the bargain it suggests.
Im tempted as I too have a power lead one but nice, heat added powertoolworld.co.uk/mak…nly
Edited by: "Kear" 15th Feb 2019
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Harry.the.hat2 m ago

Same price at ffx


Ahhh, yes FFX, much bigger, reliable and much better CS, at the same price, I'll get it from them, instead.
Kear18 m ago

Amazon saying its reduced from £198 if a joke, they are only £75, so £69 is …Amazon saying its reduced from £198 if a joke, they are only £75, so £69 is a good price but not like the bargain it suggests.Im tempted as I too have a power lead on but nice, heat added https://www.powertoolworld.co.uk/makita-dga452z-18v-angle-cordless-grinder-lxt-115mm-body-only


Agreed. Doubt this has ever been sold for £198.
Same price as FFX. Not exactly a deal if it's same price at another retailer.
Cold for me
Personally I find the thumb switch up there is so uncomfortable, what's wrong with a normal trigger switch further back?
PTMate19 m ago

Same price as FFX. Not exactly a deal if it's same price at another …Same price as FFX. Not exactly a deal if it's same price at another retailer. Cold for me


The same could be said for most things posted on here, as a lot of big retailers will price match each other.

Also HUKD doesn't give the option to link to multiple retailers when posting a deal.
FFX would have been the first to do this price, then Amazon did their usual price matching..... like they always do with their price matching software.
I would buy from FFX if i wanted this angle grinder.
Roger_Irrelevant14/02/2019 22:58

Personally I find the thumb switch up there is so uncomfortable, what's …Personally I find the thumb switch up there is so uncomfortable, what's wrong with a normal trigger switch further back?


We use these cordless grinders at work and they are great for pretty much all normal fabrication work. The button latches on so once it’s on its on, plus with it being up there you don’t ever accidently press it.
Edited by: "Bikerdanny" 14th Feb 2019
Bikerdanny14/02/2019 23:46

We use these cordless grinders at work and they are great for pretty much …We use these cordless grinders at work and they are great for pretty much all normal fabrication work. The button latches on so once it’s on its on, plus with it being up there you don’t ever accidently press it.


Dunno I'd prefer a two button start then soft press trigger button. Having a switch up front inherently means you've not got as much leverage with your right hand.

A latched on angle grinder doesn't seem too good an idea to me; by the time you've unlatched it when summat goes wrong (a bite) the disc will be through cartilage and working it's way through the nearest bone.
Roger_Irrelevant5 h, 49 m ago

Dunno I'd prefer a two button start then soft press trigger button. Having …Dunno I'd prefer a two button start then soft press trigger button. Having a switch up front inherently means you've not got as much leverage with your right hand.A latched on angle grinder doesn't seem too good an idea to me; by the time you've unlatched it when summat goes wrong (a bite) the disc will be through cartilage and working it's way through the nearest bone.


Have seen many injuries with angle grinders, have to say on investigation that none have been through proper use, so read the instructions and do the pre use checks and always use the right blade for the material
Good price, but buy from FFX. Once amazon has driven out all competition, they won't be price matching
Roger_Irrelevant15/02/2019 01:00

Dunno I'd prefer a two button start then soft press trigger button. Having …Dunno I'd prefer a two button start then soft press trigger button. Having a switch up front inherently means you've not got as much leverage with your right hand.A latched on angle grinder doesn't seem too good an idea to me; by the time you've unlatched it when summat goes wrong (a bite) the disc will be through cartilage and working it's way through the nearest bone.


I find locking switches more of a risk than a safety feature. I've got a grinder with the same sort of switch and it's ridiculously fiddly, especially if you're wearing gloves.

Maybe this is more robust, idk. Decent price anyway.
dobo15th Feb

I find locking switches more of a risk than a safety feature. I've got a …I find locking switches more of a risk than a safety feature. I've got a grinder with the same sort of switch and it's ridiculously fiddly, especially if you're wearing gloves. Maybe this is more robust, idk. Decent price anyway.


I remember when I sold a Makita cordless power drill in the local paper. And then six months later, I received the very same one back as a Christmas present from my brother-in-law, minus the power pack.
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