MAKITA DHP453RF CORDLESS HAMMER DRIVER DRILL 18V  (C&C Only) £89.99 @ Wickes
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MAKITA DHP453RF CORDLESS HAMMER DRIVER DRILL 18V (C&C Only) £89.99 @ Wickes

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Found 22nd May 2015
Been looking for a new makita drill to replace my old one and this looks a good deal. previously posted 4 months ago but is expired.

MAKITA DHP453RF CORDLESS HAMMER DRIVER DRILL 18V
Product Code: 215776

Blows per Minute: 0 - 19500 bpm
Maximum Torque: 27 - 42 Nm
Weight: 1.7 kg
Maximum Diameter (Masonry): 13 mm
Maximum Diameter (Steel): 13 mm
Maximum Diameter (Wood): 36 mm
Voltage: 18 V
Battery Storage Capacity: 3 Ah
Power Type: Cordless
Years Guaranteed: 3 Years Manufacturer's Guarantee
Battery Type: Lithium-ion
Colour: Blue
Type: Hammer Drill
Manufacturer Model No: DHP453RF
Brand Name: Makita

Shows as £99.99 but use code MAY10A for £10 off a £50+ spend

Offer only available on Click & Collect

60 Comments

Has this got spare batt and case

pwheat72

Has this got spare batt and case


would you expect one for this price??

1 battery + case

pwheat72

Has this got spare batt and case



It probably took you longer to post that question than it would have done to click on the link and read the description.

pwheat72

Has this got spare batt and case


this comes with one 3 AH battery,drill, DC18RA charger, and case(which has spaces for 2 additional batteries).

also I believe you could get some cashback with quidco from wickes.

That is a cracking deal!
This ones gonna get warm..

Thanks OP, ordered as a gift for collection tomorrow at my local

Worth it just 4 the battery.

rs86

Worth it just 4 the battery.



Wouldn't quite go that far

amazon.co.uk/gp/…1_3?qid=1432337796&sr=8-3π=AC_SX200_QL40&keywords=3.0+makita&dpPl=1&dpID=41EHCV2%2BYEL&ref=plSrch

As good as, with charger

Cheeers op just ordered one.

scotia2

would you expect one for this price??


Yes

Mine cost £90 from b&q 6 months ago with a case and spare battery

chocci

YesMine cost £90 from b&q 6 months ago with a case and spare battery



Same battery capacity? Lithium or ni-cd? And why you asking if you have one already lol

great price. more than good enough for almost all diy tasks around the home.

Hi, ive seen the b&q one with 2 batteries but it is 1ah, this is one battery but 3ah. Which is better? Is there a massive difference? Thanks

donslibi

Same battery capacity? Lithium or ni-cd? And why you asking if you have … Same battery capacity? Lithium or ni-cd? And why you asking if you have one already lol


exactly the same drill & two batteries

and I didnt ask anything lol

Two smaller batteries means you can charge one and continue working with the other. So I prefer the 2 battery solution.

Unfortunately manufacturers all charge excessive prices for spare batteries, so I try to buy a drill with 2 batteries, as it's too expensive to buy an extra one after.
Such pricing policies should be made illegal, as it leads to perfectly good drills getting thrown away when the battery has died. Well, the EU ban traditional light bulbs, so why not fix this one as well?

For a DIYer one battery is fine.

I dont think this drill takes the new makita batteries

nbtools.co.uk/mak…HAQ
3.0 amp spare battery here £61 or they do a 4.0 amp for £63 hope this help someone

no idea price good or bad drill us cracking battery hold really well and charge of time is great

Andy117

I dont think this drill takes the new makita batteries



Yes it does, it takes the LXT batteries.

leekickass

http://www.nbtools.co.uk/makita-battery-bl1830-18v-li-ion-3.0-amp.html?gclid=Cj0KEQjwyoCrBRCl-aa97pKX_t8BEiQAbrs_9BaVqz-nJT1iux-pIQj83wDQCjQXjlovvZ-ar1n31sUaAgY88P8HAQ3.0 amp spare battery here £61 or they do a 4.0 amp for £63 hope this help someone



Worth keeping an eye on Amazon, recently did a genuine 3 amp battery for £37.99

if this is the same as the b&q drill it will be budget makita, not proper

I bought this last time it was this price. very good deal. 3Ah battery is plenty big enough for most Diy work

I got it last time. Very good drill for the price, and for the home diy person.

Stradders

if this is the same as the b&q drill it will be budget makita, not proper


Rubbish. Its exactly the same as sold by other outlets as I bought one last time it was on offer. Same internals and outer case etc.

Andy117

I dont think this drill takes the new makita batteries


Yes it does. Any Makita cordless tool that has the following is compatible with the 4.0 and 5.0 amp batteries.
Yellow bottom
Yellow bottom with star
Black bottom with star.
This model has a yellow bottom with star.

deekay78

Hi, ive seen the b&q one with 2 batteries but it is 1ah, this is one … Hi, ive seen the b&q one with 2 batteries but it is 1ah, this is one battery but 3ah. Which is better? Is there a massive difference? Thanks


The B&Q one diy.com/dep…prd at £98 doesn't use LXT batteries so they don't work in other Makita tools, the drill in this deal is £140 at B&Q with 2 1.5ah batteries, go for the Wickes deal.
Edited by: "106s16" 23rd May 2015

pluves1

Rubbish. Its exactly the same as sold by other outlets as I bought one … Rubbish. Its exactly the same as sold by other outlets as I bought one last time it was on offer. Same internals and outer case etc.



See bch's post smartarse

A lad at work has one and it sounds like a hairdryer

Love Makita

106s16

The B&Q one … The B&Q one http://www.diy.com/departments/makita-cordless-18v-li-ion-combi-drill-2-hp457dwex2/278413_BQ.prd at £98 doesn't use LXT batteries so they don't work in other Makita tools, the drill in this deal is £140 at B&Q with 2 1.5ah batteries, go for the Wickes deal.



As above, the LXT batteries give you other options...

Screwfix do a 1.5Ah battery for £25 from time to time - good spare for a drill and makes it nice and light.

Excellent deal

bch

Good drill for DIY work, not good enough for a pro in my opinion where … Good drill for DIY work, not good enough for a pro in my opinion where more torque is needed.In fact, for DIY use I would rather have older 18V NiCd version with two 1.3Ah batteries and nice drill set as sold here!



Exactly the same torque torque as this drill.... basically the two drills are the same, just use different battery fittings (li-ion or ni-cad).

Edited by: "HerWorseHalf" 23rd May 2015

bch

Good drill for DIY work, not good enough for a pro in my opinion where … Good drill for DIY work, not good enough for a pro in my opinion where more torque is needed.In fact, for DIY use I would rather have older 18V NiCd version with two 1.3Ah batteries and nice drill set as sold here!



My drill which looks like that one got stolen, I still have the case/bits, charger and one battery, can you buy the drill on it's own anywhere or would be as well to buy this one.

It's only for light DIY really

davidrobert1987

no idea price good or bad drill us cracking battery hold really well and … no idea price good or bad drill us cracking battery hold really well and charge of time is great


You wanna run that by us again in English!

106s16

Worth keeping an eye on Amazon, recently did a genuine 3 amp battery for … Worth keeping an eye on Amazon, recently did a genuine 3 amp battery for £37.99


cheers will do

Stradders

See bch's post smartarseA lad at work has one and it sounds like a … See bch's post smartarseA lad at work has one and it sounds like a hairdryer


Can I just remind you of what you said?

Stradders4 hours, 1 minute ago#24if this is the same as the b&q drill it … Stradders4 hours, 1 minute ago#24if this is the same as the b&q drill it will be budget makita, not proper


It is a proper Makita. Albeit for Light Duty as BCH posted. I didn't say whether it was Light Duty or not just that it wasn't a B & Q special. So wind yer neck in and do some research before posting useless comments.

jaizan

Two smaller batteries means you can charge one and continue working with … Two smaller batteries means you can charge one and continue working with the other. So I prefer the 2 battery solution.Unfortunately manufacturers all charge excessive prices for spare batteries, so I try to buy a drill with 2 batteries, as it's too expensive to buy an extra one after. Such pricing policies should be made illegal, as it leads to perfectly good drills getting thrown away when the battery has died. Well, the EU ban traditional light bulbs, so why not fix this one as well?


Fair point but if your working in a professional manor and regular use the drill if the batteries only 1.3amph your be for ever changing the battery so better of with the 3amp version and buying a cheap battery of ebay for £16 as a spare
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