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Makita DHP453SFTK 18V LXT Combi Drill with 1x 3.0Ah Battery and 101 piece Accessory set in Case £114.96 @ Lawson HIS
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Makita DHP453SFTK 18V LXT Combi Drill with 1x 3.0Ah Battery and 101 piece Accessory set in Case £114.96 @ Lawson HIS

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Posted 21st Jul

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Cheaper than Homebase, in stock and free delivery.
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The DHP453SFTK is supplied with a 101 piece accessory set in a toolkit carry case

  • Compact and lightweight desing
  • All metal gear contstruction with high transmission durability
  • Single sleeve keyless chuck enables one handed bit installation/removal
  • Egonomically designed rubberised soft grip
  • Electric brake
  • 16 adjustable torque settings, plus drill mode

SUPPLIED WITH:
  • 1X 18V 3.0Ah BL1830B Battery
  • DC18SD Charger
  • 101 Piece Accessory Set
  • Carry Case
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Can anyone find it 10p cheaper and post another deal?
kebabthief21/07/2019 13:26

Can anyone find it 10p cheaper and post another deal?


I'm sure they probably can.

But it does show that just because something is on 'clearance' and posted by an 'expert', doesn't necessarily mean it's the best deal.

It took me 10 seconds to search the net and find it cheaper than the other deal.

More to the point, there's no Homebase within 30 miles of me that has one in stock (I'm sure I'm not unique in this), whereas this one is delivered at no additional cost, so may suit some people better.
Edited by: "CNCboss" 21st Jul
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CNCboss21/07/2019 13:34

I'm sure they probably can.But it does show that just because something is …I'm sure they probably can.But it does show that just because something is on 'clearance' and posted by an 'expert', doesn't necessarily mean it's the best deal. It took me 10 seconds to search the net and find it cheaper than the other deal.More to the point, there's no Homebase within 30 miles of me that has one in stock (I'm sure I'm not unique in this), whereas this one is delivered at no additional cost, so may suit some people better.


Looks like a great price for quality drill
CNCboss21/07/2019 13:34

I'm sure they probably can.But it does show that just because something is …I'm sure they probably can.But it does show that just because something is on 'clearance' and posted by an 'expert', doesn't necessarily mean it's the best deal. It took me 10 seconds to search the net and find it cheaper than the other deal.More to the point, there's no Homebase within 30 miles of me that has one in stock (I'm sure I'm not unique in this), whereas this one is delivered at no additional cost, so may suit some people better.


No need to be snide about it, I never claimed to be an expert in anything
Tacavas21/07/2019 14:12

No need to be snide about it, I never claimed to be an expert in anything …No need to be snide about it, I never claimed to be an expert in anything


I wasn't having a go (OK, I was, but not towards you) , just pointing out the relative merits.
deleted199825121/07/2019 14:09

Looks like a great price for quality drill


its a good deal but it should be borne in mind that the 453 is the bottom end of the Makita range. it's down on power (still fine for most DIY) and doesn't have a work light.
CNCboss21/07/2019 14:24

I wasn't having a go (OK, I was, but not towards you) , just pointing out …I wasn't having a go (OK, I was, but not towards you) , just pointing out the relative merits.


Sure you were, uncool to get personal over a deal.
Tacavas21/07/2019 14:56

Sure you were, uncool to get personal over a deal.


OK, whatever you say. You are the expert (or not) after all.

The fact remains, my comment wasn't directed at you, or the other individual, as I don't know either of you and neither do I care. It was at the comment, which to my eyes has no relevance.

Both deals have their merits, Homebase if theres one near you with stock and need it today/tomorrow, Lawsons if you can't be bothered to leave the house.

In that regards, the Lawsons one is still a deal even if the price was identical.

No doubt Amazon will price match, or better, in a day or so, so someone else can post and everyone will be over the moon.

Enjoy the rest of your day.
Not sure the green £60 bosch + £20 dewalt bit set would be better
Is this good for removing car wheels?
"Cheaper than Homebase, in stock and free delivery."

The Homebase deal is a much better drill and comes with 2 batteries.
Gaz_OHara21/07/2019 20:09

Is this good for removing car wheels?


You need an impact driver
DarenDickinson21/07/2019 23:32

You need an impact driver


I’m afraid that’d be an impact wrench, not a driver. Different beast altogether.
I’d look at the dhp482 instead. Homebase had it with two batteries for £120
annodomini221/07/2019 21:42

"Cheaper than Homebase, in stock and free delivery."The Homebase deal is a …"Cheaper than Homebase, in stock and free delivery."The Homebase deal is a much better drill and comes with 2 batteries.


I was referring to this deal, for the identical package, also posted yesterday.

I presume you were talking about the 482 posted a week or so ago, for which stock is even thinner on the ground.
42nm of torque and no light. Better deals out there to be fair.

You want to get a drill with 60nm and work light. If you can then go for a metal chuck.


Something like this.

frankhoward.com/bos…wcB
I got this same set about 3 years ago. I have not regretted it at all.
Shirley this isn't just an "in case" type of hardware.
Gaz_OHara21/07/2019 20:09

Is this good for removing car wheels?


Nope. No where near enough torque.

And I wouldn't bother with an impact wrench either, unless your a tradesperson (in which case you should already know what one is), as the average DIYer is unlikely to make much use of one.

Better to save your money and get a 2ft(600mm) breaker bar.
We bought this about 10 years ago. One of the best cordless drills we've ever used. Still running strong today. Not sure if the quality has changed but Makita is always our "go-to" for work tools.
Gaz_OHara21/07/2019 20:09

Is this good for removing car wheels?


You'll need compressed air if you plan to use a powered tool for wheel nuts.

I'd recommend getting an extended bar and doing it the manual way.
Edited by: "shutupman" 22nd Jul
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