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Makita DHP453SFTK 18V LXT Combi Drill with 1x 3.0Ah Battery and 101 Accessories in Case £115.50 at Homebase
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Makita DHP453SFTK 18V LXT Combi Drill with 1x 3.0Ah Battery and 101 Accessories in Case £115.50 at Homebase

£115.50£16530%Homebase Deals
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Posted 21st JulEdited by:"Tacavas"

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Solid drill and handy, good value starter kit. Free click and collect, only.

SUPPLIED WITH:
  • 1X 18V 3.0Ah BL1830B Battery
  • DC18SD Charger
  • 101 Piece Accessory Set
  • Carry Case
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Good luck with the 'click and collect'. They always call afterwards to say the haven't any in stock...
Almost useless with one battery,need 2 minimum if your a trade user.....ok for DIY enthusiasts who don’t mind waiting for a battery to charge mid job
chridt21/07/2019 09:50

Almost useless with one battery,need 2 minimum if your a trade user.....ok …Almost useless with one battery,need 2 minimum if your a trade user.....ok for DIY enthusiasts who don’t mind waiting for a battery to charge mid job


There are other kits out there which will house two or three batteries and even a few which will charge two batteries at a time for trades people. You will probably want an impact driver too being trade, and really good accessories. I'd buy these individually as you actually need them. You also probably have existing LXT tools, so if you only need a drill, try a body only deal. Batteries are also available separately - stick with 6ah ones as they last longer and provide larger currents for demanding tools since cells in parallel have lower internal resistances. I'd set aside a bit more than £115 for all this however.

This is however a good price for what is chiefly a starter accessory set with a decent drill, a fair battery and the means to quickly (22mins) charge it while you enjoy a biscuit and cuppa.

Lower price:
hotukdeals.com/deals/makita-dhp453sftk-18v-lxt-combi-drill-with-1x-30ah-battery-and-101-piece-accessory-set-in-case-3267614
Edited by: "friar_chris" 21st Jul
chridt21/07/2019 09:50

Almost useless with one battery,need 2 minimum if your a trade user.....ok …Almost useless with one battery,need 2 minimum if your a trade user.....ok for DIY enthusiasts who don’t mind waiting for a battery to charge mid job


Buy a model with 2 batteries if you need it or buy spare battery ,not everyone needs two battery bundled.this is a great kit and price is very good
chridt21/07/2019 09:50

Almost useless with one battery,need 2 minimum if your a trade user.....ok …Almost useless with one battery,need 2 minimum if your a trade user.....ok for DIY enthusiasts who don’t mind waiting for a battery to charge mid job

Duuuu..... not everyone who's looking for a deal is a trade person, this is a great deal.
Cheaper at Lawson-his, with free delivery.

Also, the 30% off is a joke when it's £129 at Amazon.

Good kit for a DIYer, but not voted for reasons above.
Will this drill through a brick wall?
CoeK22/07/2019 13:35

Will this drill through a brick wall?


For putting up shelves or brackets, yes, no problem.

If you've got a lot to do, even a cheaper mains drill like this would be better.

For heavy duty work, you need to be looking for an SDS drill.
Edited by: "CNCboss" 23rd Jul
CNCboss23/07/2019 18:57

For putting up shelves or brackets, yes, no problem.If you've got a lot to …For putting up shelves or brackets, yes, no problem.If you've got a lot to do, even a cheaper mains drill like this would be better.For heavy duty work, you need to be looking for an SDS drill.


I have a brick wall to drill through at the back of a garage conversion apart from that it will just be for general DIY duties.
CoeK23/07/2019 22:53

I have a brick wall to drill through at the back of a garage conversion …I have a brick wall to drill through at the back of a garage conversion apart from that it will just be for general DIY duties.


Well, it's definitely possible with the right drill bit, assuming it less than 13mm. But you'll only want to do it once, it will be slow and hard work and you'll be cursing during and after you've done it.

If you can make sure the hole is through a mortsr joint rather than the brick, it will be a lot easier.
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