Makita DHP453SMWX 18V 4.0AH LI-ION Cordless Combi Drill & 101 Accessories - £129.99 @ Screwfix - Free C&C
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Makita DHP453SMWX 18V 4.0AH LI-ION Cordless Combi Drill & 101 Accessories - £129.99 @ Screwfix - Free C&C

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Found 2nd AprEdited by:"peter1969uk"
The Makita DHP453SMWX cordless combi drill is a powerful all-rounder combining 2-speed and reverse rotary drilling, screwdriving and hammer drilling. Supplied with a 101-piece accessory set and case, this versatile tool can tackle wood, masonry and metal jobs with ease. You'll find a variety of drill and screw bits in the pack as well as nut drivers, hex keys and a spirit level. The Makita DHP453SMWX is fitted with a robust all-metal gear system and has 16 torque settings for added flexibility. It is also suitable for long periods of work, weighing just 1.92kg.

  • 1 x 4.0Ah Li-Ion Battery
  • 80min Charge Time
  • Max. Torque: 42Nm
  • 16 Torque Settings + Drill + Hammer Drill
  • 13mm Keyless Chuck
  • 2-Speed Variable & Reverse
  • All-Metal Gearing
  • Electronic Brake
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Only one battery
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gentprovocateur16 m ago

Only one battery


Yes only one battery. However this is still cheaper than by £50 from certain stores, and £20-30 cheaper than eBay.
Solid drill for a reasonably good price. Never get how some things go cold. Wouldn’t expect it to be really hot but still a good buy for anyone looking.
An excellent starter kit. Battery life on a 4ah is pretty solid. Would be nice to know if that battery is the 1840b, which would include the charge level indicator. IMO that makes having one far less of an issue.
Good spec and good price. You're lucky to get a Makita 3Ah box set at this price (without tools!).

I can't see this specified as LXT anywhere and was wondering if it's LXT product (with the battery interchangeabilty across the LXT range)? Maybe not an issue for some people but worth knowing. My DHP453 drill (which is LXT) is a different colour and has the LXT branding just above the Makita logo. Can't see that here so wondering if it's a special and the batteries won't swap?

Even if not it's still a great price. Should be really powerful with that 4Ah pack and is a bit of a bargain with all those accessories. Deserves to be much hotter!
Edited by: "qyestionmark" 3rd Apr
Looking at the part number this a screwfix only drill. Is the battery pack interchangeable with others in the makita range
It's weird seeing a trade drill with "accessories" I don't know about this particular item but making has been pushing crappy chinese products for high prices abusing their brand reputation
qyestionmark7 h, 21 m ago

Good spec and good price. You're lucky to get a Makita 3Ah box set at this …Good spec and good price. You're lucky to get a Makita 3Ah box set at this price (without tools!). I can't see this specified as LXT anywhere and was wondering if it's LXT product (with the battery interchangeabilty across the LXT range)? Maybe not an issue for some people but worth knowing. My DHP453 drill (which is LXT) is a different colour and has the LXT branding just above the Makita logo. Can't see that here so wondering if it's a special and the batteries won't swap?Even if not it's still a great price. Should be really powerful with that 4Ah pack and is a bit of a bargain with all those accessories. Deserves to be much hotter!


This is a DHP453 so is LXT. The letters after the model show the package (ie which batteries are included).
It is LXT but has the non-fast charger... good deal though!
It's an LXT - so compatible battery - but a pretty old/basic model

makitauk.com/pro…53Z

Probably better off with a DHP482 or similar

fastfix.co.uk/mak…tml

I do actually like the case though - seems more like what they provide in Japan.

The Makpacs aren't very space efficient.

However the one used for the DHP482 kit above is the type 2 makpac, so a reasonable size - not too over sized.
Not the most practical or attractive colour though.

You can get these black and white editions in the UK.

In Japan they also do all black, and black and green and black and pink.

Seen metallic Makita green too - for a UK made special edition.
Edited by: "Shinoke" 3rd Apr
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