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Makita DHP456RMWX 18V Li-Ion Cordless LXT Combi Drill - £127.99 - Amazon
Makita DHP456RMWX 18V Li-Ion Cordless LXT Combi Drill - £127.99 - Amazon

Makita DHP456RMWX 18V Li-Ion Cordless LXT Combi Drill - £127.99 - Amazon

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This fantastic Makita DHP456RMWX 18 Volt Li-ion Cordless LXT Combi Drill comes with 1 x 4AH Lithium-ion battery, a battery charger and a Special Edition Aluminium Carrying Case Model DHP456 is the improved version of model BHP452 featuring Model DHP456 is the improved version of model BHP452
Box Contains
Fast charger;1 x 4.0Ah Li-ion battery;Screwdriver bit;Belt clip;Special Edition Carry Case

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I used to buy cheap tools. They broke. Then I bought makita. I've not replaced a tool yet! Yes they are more expensive but they are worth every penny in my opinion.

That's a great price for a decent drill and battery. If you're doing a lot of masonary drilling I thoroughly recommend the next model up, the 458 which has nearly twice the torque of most sub £200 drills, it really makes drilling into tough bricks and concrete a (relative) breeze...but it's a heavy drill that might be overkill for the average DIY'er

Heat.

Very tempted

Not a bad deal nice to see it has the 4.0 battery which is the latest most powerful

If you can live with the older style model and a mere 3mAh battery then WIckes have a the 453 model for just £89 hotukdeals.com/dea…164
Edited by: "spannerzone" 27th Dec 2014

4amp battery . It's getting hot in here

Makita now do the 5AH battery, however this is a good set for the money.

£157 now...

Makita drills are the best drills you can get (unless youre a professional and pay £500+). I bought the twin pack of 14.4V drills for about £120 umpteen years ago and can highly recommend them.

Buy cheap you buy twice!!!!

Makita make good tools

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spannerzone

That's a great price for a decent drill and battery. If you're doing a … That's a great price for a decent drill and battery. If you're doing a lot of masonary drilling I thoroughly recommend the next model up, the 458 which has nearly twice the torque of most sub £200 drills, it really makes drilling into tough bricks and concrete a (relative) breeze...but it's a heavy drill that might be overkill for the average DIY'erHeat.



Can you recommend a makita impact driver please?? 18v

chrisf74

Can you recommend a makita impact driver please?? 18v


I can't specifically as I've not got one myself, but am considering a Makita to go with my other LXT drill so I can buy one without another charger, probably like this without battery or charger or this is even cheaper



Edited by: "spannerzone" 28th Dec 2014
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