Makita DHP459-KIT Makita 18v Li-ion Brushless Hammer Drill Driver Kit - £119.99 - ITS
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Makita DHP459-KIT Makita 18v Li-ion Brushless Hammer Drill Driver Kit - £119.99 - ITS

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Found 12th Mar 2016
Product Description
Model Number: DHP459-KIT
Barcode: 10984
Makita DHP459 18v Brushless Hammer Drill driver Kit, with drill, battery, charger, case, drill holster and countersink set.

This DHP459 18V Lithium-ion 2 speed cordless hammer drill/driver is built to last with a highly efficient brushless motor.
No friction is generated with a brushless motor providing higher energy production while using lower amperage causing heat reduction and increased work production on a single battery charge.
The DHP459 18V Lithium-ion 2 speed cordless hammer drill/driver features high operation efficiency with 45Nm max torque with 16 position adjustable torque control for uniform results and optimized precision. The metal gearbox has 2 speed/variable speed settings including reverse and hammer action with a 13mm keyless heavy duty chuck, drilling up to 13mm into masonry, 13mm into steel and 38mm into wood providing up to 1'500rpm and 22'500bpm, making it ideal for use in a variety of materials.
It also has twin LED job light with Afterglow for use in low visibility applications together with a conveniently located push button for forward and reverse.
The well balanced, extra lightweight 1.7kg design of the DHP459 makes transportation around the worksite easy without compromising on power, whilst the ergonomic soft grip handle provides maximum user comfort reducing fatigue on prolonged use and providing greater tool control.
The Makita DHP459 KIT comes complete with:

DHP459Z Hammer Drill Driver Body
1 x 3.0Ah Li-ion battery
22 Minute Charger
Makita Drill holster
Makita 4 Piece Countersink Drill Bit Set
1 x Medium MakPac Stackable Carry Case
Specification
Hammer Action
13mm Keyless Chuck
Variable Speed
Reverse Action
2 Speed Gearbox
45Nm Max Torque
16 Position Torque Settings
Drilling Capacity 38mm (Wood)
Drilling Capacity 13mm (Metal)
Drilling Capacity 13mm (Masonry)
No Load Speed 0-400/0-1500rpm
1 x 3.0Ah Li-Ion Battery
22 Minute Charger
Includes 1 Medium MakPac Stackable Case

56 Comments

Great price for this package. I already own lower spec Mikita drills that I paid around this price for.
Edited by: "Wadda" 12th Mar 2016

plus vat. Ok you have changed the price fair play. I was going for it until i saw the vat.

Edited by: "ciarandanielbyrne1" 12th Mar 2016

I am ordering rite now amazing price battery and drill alone worth over 119 squid and brushless tools last longer on the battery will eventually upgrade everything, if you allready have a charger you can sell this one for around £20-£25 and maybe get £10-£15 for the box if it is surplus to requirements

just checked an box alone selling for £30 ish on ebay so after fees and postage probably £20 towards the cost of drill package

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ciarandanielbyrne1

plus vat. Ok you have changed the price fair play. I was going for it … plus vat. Ok you have changed the price fair play. I was going for it until i saw the vat.



Yeah sorry, I only noticed after posting..

Still a great deal though for Brushless and MacPac case!

paneds

just checked an box alone selling for £30 ish on ebay so after fees and … just checked an box alone selling for £30 ish on ebay so after fees and postage probably £20 towards the cost of drill package



Where did you find this box alone?

Can this be used for scaffolding please

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marshy51

Where did you find this box alone?



Just search for MakPac - you see loads on ebay but ITS also sell them I think

marshy51

Where did you find this box alone?



​ebay

jodiemilly

Can this be used for scaffolding please



​what do you mean used for scaffolding ??

jodiemilly

Can this be used for scaffolding please



No

paneds

​what do you mean used for scaffolding ??



Building scaffolding. How else could it be ment??

I don't need it but should I buy it?? Always could do wi extra drill and batts lol

huddsguy

Building scaffolding. How else could it be ment??



​but at what point would you use a drill to build scaffolding numbnuts

Thanks op, voted hot, nice find with the extra bits added on. Ordered.

Original Poster

paneds

​but at what point would you use a drill to build scaffolding numbnuts



You'd use an impact driver...

Nice price, decent kit and 3Ah battery with 22min charge time. I have the higher torque version (458) and it's superb quality (but about 60% more expensive)

Been looking for a good drill and actually bought this workout doing any reserved. Good buy or not?

​​Been looking for a good drill and actually bought this workout doing any research . Good buy or not?

I have one of these and it's great for light and medium work. It's nice and compact and pretty light so it's easy to use for extended periods. Would recommend.

Supercharged

You'd use an impact driver...

lol wouldn't want to be the one working on the scaffolding he's erected

ivandobski

lol wouldn't want to be the one working on the scaffolding he's erected



​wow

blimey its quite easy to work out.No need for all the sarcasm from people.you put a socket type head on the end, much like garages use for car wheels etc but a lot less torque.

how ever you really need a special low speed high torque one.

paneds

​but at what point would you use a drill to build scaffolding numbnuts



That's why she was asking dip ****

huddsguy

That's why she was asking dip ****



I never said yes. U seemed to struggle with the fact of build scaffolding. I was gonna suggest impact driver.

Good to see a deal on a decent quality piece of kit. This will outlast the budget ones by years.

This looks a fantastic deal. I bought a Makita 456 (not brushless) for £107 with 2 batteries and an aluminium case a few months ago. I'm really happy with it but id have been all over this if it'd been up before. Heated.

Since when have brushless drills been affordable? I've been keeping an eye out for a drill for ages and now suddenly there seem to be a few brushless drills available for good prices.

Fantastic drill, Mines 2 years old and I'm a very heavy user.

Banned

Supercharged

You'd use an impact driver...




You use a hilti!!

Banned

ivandobski

lol wouldn't want to be the one working on the scaffolding he's erected




Too right & anyone who disagrees it a right pleb.

Some decent prices on the bosch combis also

can anyone identify if the battery and charger are LXT?

royaltee

Since when have brushless drills been affordable? I've been keeping an … Since when have brushless drills been affordable? I've been keeping an eye out for a drill for ages and now suddenly there seem to be a few brushless drills available for good prices.


When the sold enough to justify lower the price to sell even more.

jamesjimmy

can anyone identify if the battery and charger are LXT?



Isn't LXT the Lithium Ion range? Looks like it to me

Need a new drill for general DIY, decking, house projects etc. I am not a professional and won't be using the drill daily or even weekly for that matter. Like the look of this drill, is it worth investing in decent bit of kit, rather than mess around with cheaper alternatives? Is this drill considerably better than the Stanley Fatmax posted a few days ago?

hotukdeals.com/dea…408


This or the Stanley posted a couple of days ago?

My last post was sent to moderators for some reason, but I was asking whether this would be a good purchase for general house projects, diy. I am not a professional so won't be using daily or even weekly.

Absolute bargain!

twinkle007

My last post was sent to moderators for some reason, but I was asking … My last post was sent to moderators for some reason, but I was asking whether this would be a good purchase for general house projects, diy. I am not a professional so won't be using daily or even weekly.



yes will be fine as a house drill will drill wood bricks ect with correct drill bit , not much good for decking you would be wanting a impact driver due to screw lengths needed and another couple of battery's.
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