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Makita DHP453SMWX 18v Combi Drill With 1 x 4.0Ah Battery & 101 Pcs Accessory Set £124.99 delivered @ Power tool mate
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Makita DHP453SMWX 18v Combi Drill With 1 x 4.0Ah Battery & 101 Pcs Accessory Set £124.99 delivered @ Power tool mate

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Posted 2nd Jun

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I've been looking for a drill, can't go wrong with a Makita!

The set is £150 at screwfix, even more at amazon.

Pity it's the white one, my old one was blue... we had some good times!!
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Your much better off with a 482 drill for similar money
Ohh wait up, No Charger! Picture is misleading
Makita's bottom level drill worth ~£45, 4ah battery ~£50 and charger ~£30

Doesn't look like an amazing deal.

edit : no charger means terrible deal. bit set worth ~£20 max.
Edited by: "adamspencer95" 2nd Jun
tom456402/06/2020 10:30

There is a charger!!


doesn't say it in product overview but lists it in description

how confusing
adamspencer9502/06/2020 10:31

doesn't say it in product overview but lists it in descriptionhow confusing


Was just typing this... very odd
Can't believe this is without charger. Its clearly diy starter level drill so why no charger. No one is gonna already have makita gear and then think I really need to expand my set with a bottom level drill and set of cheap bits...
ned.ford02/06/2020 10:34

Can't believe this is without charger. Its clearly diy starter level drill …Can't believe this is without charger. Its clearly diy starter level drill so why no charger. No one is gonna already have makita gear and then think I really need to expand my set with a bottom level drill and set of cheap bits...


There is a charger!!
tom456402/06/2020 10:30

There is a charger!!


My bad, it didn't state in the product overview
This includes the slow charger not the rapid DC18rc. As previously stated, the bare drill can be had for £45 (better to get the dhp482 though which can be had for ~£50). The battery should be a similar price, has been less, a fast charger is £30 and the bit set isn’t what you would expect of makita typical quality. It’s not a bad price but buying separately would likely get you better drill and charger for a similar price.
fubar88802/06/2020 10:58

This includes the slow charger not the rapid DC18rc. As previously stated, …This includes the slow charger not the rapid DC18rc. As previously stated, the bare drill can be had for £45 (better to get the dhp482 though which can be had for ~£50). The battery should be a similar price, has been less, a fast charger is £30 and the bit set isn’t what you would expect of makita typical quality. It’s not a bad price but buying separately would likely get you better drill and charger for a similar price.


I got my 482 for around £42 great drill
Poor value this set.

The 453 can be had for £43.50
The charger is the standard one so charging times are double the fast charger £26
4Ah battery £35
The case is just plastic although it does have metal clips and the contents are not really makita quality so you'd be better off stuff that you need separately. The 482 is the starter drill to go for and a fast charger and wait for amazon to have batteries on offer.
Have borrowed my neighbour's drill which is the same as this one (DHP453 with 4.0Ah battery). Used it for a few jobs around the house and it has been outstanding. Interested in the comments about buying it individually with better charger though, might shop around.
beambeam103/06/2020 06:10

Have borrowed my neighbour's drill which is the same as this one (DHP453 …Have borrowed my neighbour's drill which is the same as this one (DHP453 with 4.0Ah battery). Used it for a few jobs around the house and it has been outstanding. Interested in the comments about buying it individually with better charger though, might shop around.


As a few have said, the 453 is the bottom of the makita lxt range, I have it, it’s fine but is quite long, a little olasticy, and doesn’t have a light (don’t underestimate the annoyance of that last one!). It’s lasted me well and, although it has a relatively low max torque, I rarely find myself switch out of speed 2. If buying separately definitely go up to the 482 and get a fast charger instead. If you can wait then my bite point on batteries is <£10/Ah and now have 4 (2x3 and 2x5Ah) all bought for well below that threshold.
beambeam103/06/2020 06:10

Have borrowed my neighbour's drill which is the same as this one (DHP453 …Have borrowed my neighbour's drill which is the same as this one (DHP453 with 4.0Ah battery). Used it for a few jobs around the house and it has been outstanding. Interested in the comments about buying it individually with better charger though, might shop around.


The starter sets have the convenience of the blown vinyl case.
blumminhot03/06/2020 07:25

The starter sets have the convenience of the blown vinyl case.


Obviously it depends on your circumstances, with a shed to use as a workshop, my drill has never once returned to its case!! But it’s a good point, to some it would be useful to be able to pack it into a case when not in use.
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