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Makita DHP459SM 18v LXT Brushless CombiDrill with  75 Piece Drill & scewdriver Bit Set  £119.99 @ ITS
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Makita DHP459SM 18v LXT Brushless CombiDrill with 75 Piece Drill & scewdriver Bit Set £119.99 @ ITS

£119.99£169.9829%ITS Deals
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Posted 6th Sep 2019

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Now comes with a free bit set.



Power SupplyCordless

Buying Option1 x 4Ah

Batteries1 x 4.0Ah Li-ion Battery

Number of Batteries1

Voltage18V

Battery Capacity4.0Ah

Battery TypeLithium-ion

Battery CompatibilityMakita 18v Li-ion

Charger IncluedYes

Charge Time90 Minute Charger

Includes CaseYes

Brushless MotorYes

Drilling ModesHammer Action

Chuck Type13mm Keyless

Speed ControlVariable Speed

Reverse ControlReverse Action

Number of Gears2

Max Torque45Nm Max Torque

Torque Settings16

Max Bit Capacity in WoodDrilling Capacity 38mm (Wood)

Max Bit Capacity in MetalDrilling Capacity 13mm (Metal)

Max Bit Capacity MasonryDrilling Capacity 13mm (Masonry)

No Load Speed (RPM)No Load Speed 0-450/0-1500rpm
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Decent deal. Here is the cheapest bits individually that I've found.

Drill £74.99 toolden.co.uk/pow…ly/
Battery £ 44.99 ukplanettools.co.uk/Pro…BwE
Charger £24.95
ffx.co.uk/too…18V
Case £10.99 powertoolworld.co.uk/mak…ase
I wouldn't get excited about the accompanying set as they are usually given away free for a reason.

Personally I would sell the charger that comes with this and buy the DC18RC £34.95
DC18RC Charge Times

  • Charge Time (1.5Ah): 15 mins
  • Charge Time (3.0Ah): 22 mins
  • Charge Time (4.0Ah): 36 mins
  • Charge Time (5.0Ah): 45 mins
  • Charge Time (6.0Ah): 55 mins
DC18SD charge times
  • Charge Time (1.5Ah): 30 mins
  • Charge Time (3.0Ah): 60 mins
  • Charge Time (4.0Ah): 90 mins
  • Charge Time (5.0Ah): 110 mins
  • Charge Time (6.0Ah): 130 mins
In addition this is a light duty brushless so not packed with features or torque. Comparison here
its.co.uk/blo…on/
For not much more money I would get the DHP482(not brushless but perfectly adequate for DIY), BL1840B battery and DC18RC charger but, I'm biased cos that what I have.
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Down to 99.99 now. Incredible value.
£119,99 including VAT
Is the free bit set decent quality?
Decent deal. Here is the cheapest bits individually that I've found.

Drill £74.99 toolden.co.uk/pow…ly/
Battery £ 44.99 ukplanettools.co.uk/Pro…BwE
Charger £24.95
ffx.co.uk/too…18V
Case £10.99 powertoolworld.co.uk/mak…ase
I wouldn't get excited about the accompanying set as they are usually given away free for a reason.

Personally I would sell the charger that comes with this and buy the DC18RC £34.95
DC18RC Charge Times

  • Charge Time (1.5Ah): 15 mins
  • Charge Time (3.0Ah): 22 mins
  • Charge Time (4.0Ah): 36 mins
  • Charge Time (5.0Ah): 45 mins
  • Charge Time (6.0Ah): 55 mins
DC18SD charge times
  • Charge Time (1.5Ah): 30 mins
  • Charge Time (3.0Ah): 60 mins
  • Charge Time (4.0Ah): 90 mins
  • Charge Time (5.0Ah): 110 mins
  • Charge Time (6.0Ah): 130 mins
In addition this is a light duty brushless so not packed with features or torque. Comparison here
its.co.uk/blo…on/
For not much more money I would get the DHP482(not brushless but perfectly adequate for DIY), BL1840B battery and DC18RC charger but, I'm biased cos that what I have.
pluves106/09/2019 14:31

Decent deal. Here is the cheapest bits individually that I've found.Drill …Decent deal. Here is the cheapest bits individually that I've found.Drill £74.99 https://www.toolden.co.uk/power-tools/combi-drills/makita-dhp459z-18v-lxt-brushless-combi-body-only/Battery £ 44.99 https://www.ukplanettools.co.uk/Products/makita-batteries-and-chargers/makita-genuine-bl1840-18v-4-0ah-li-ion-lxt-battery/bl1840?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIi9nV6qO85AIVSflRCh1xKAOBEAkYAyABEgI3BfD_BwECharger £24.95 https://www.ffx.co.uk/tools/product/Makita-Dc18Sd-0088381345811-18V-Lithium-Ion-1-Hour-Charger-7.2V--18VCase £10.99 https://www.powertoolworld.co.uk/makita-ddf459rfe-empty-carry-caseI wouldn't get excited about the accompanying set as they are usually given away free for a reason.Personally I would sell the charger that comes with this and buy the DC18RC £34.95DC18RC Charge TimesCharge Time (1.5Ah): 15 minsCharge Time (3.0Ah): 22 minsCharge Time (4.0Ah): 36 minsCharge Time (5.0Ah): 45 minsCharge Time (6.0Ah): 55 minsDC18SD charge timesCharge Time (1.5Ah): 30 minsCharge Time (3.0Ah): 60 minsCharge Time (4.0Ah): 90 minsCharge Time (5.0Ah): 110 minsCharge Time (6.0Ah): 130 minsIn addition this is a light duty brushless so not packed with features or torque. Comparison herehttps://www.its.co.uk/blog/buying-guides/makita-drill-2018-edition/For not much more money I would get the DHP482(not brushless but perfectly adequate for DIY), BL1840B battery and DC18RC charger but, I'm biased cos that what I have.


Got the dhp482 coming in a set with an impact driver thanks to that code for eBay. Was procrastinating and jobs are mounting up! Glad to hear you're happy with it.
Gormond06/09/2019 12:20

Is the free bit set decent quality?


They are rarely ever much good for anything other than light use, but better than nothing. There's some factory in China churning out these kits for the likes of Makita, Dewalt, Bosch and many other brands and store brands. They're almost certainly not made by Makita.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 6th Sep 2019
I have found bits supplied with makita drills are very poor quality. makita tools are fine so would suggest the bits are looked upon as a freebie when judging value of the deal
Looking for a drill and the Einhell posted earlier has more Torque. Well a lot more, whilst this is brushless motor, any tech folk explain what they would go for...
I have a dewalt but this seemed like a good deal.
Edited by: "antsgame" 6th Sep 2019
Great price. Have one myself. Batteries last an age.

Used it for flatpack furniture to a small machine buffer for my car with the right attachment
Thanks for posting @antsgame we have added this to the Highlights section
Fantastic deal. Needed a new drill and can't go wrong with Makita. Can you put in title about the free introductory freebie. I didn't realise and had to order again.
Is the LXT the one people recommend? I can't remember what the other one is.
Heat. Been using a Makita LXT for 10 years for work and still going strong
SmashingK06/09/2019 23:26

Is the LXT the one people recommend? I can't remember what the other one …Is the LXT the one people recommend? I can't remember what the other one is.


LXT is the proper one, the budget one is CXT
kzlbfx06/09/2019 17:36

Looking for a drill and the Einhell posted earlier has more Torque. Well …Looking for a drill and the Einhell posted earlier has more Torque. Well a lot more, whilst this is brushless motor, any tech folk explain what they would go for...


I'm also interested so came back to this to see if you had a reply. Let me know when you have an answer please.
annodomini207/09/2019 09:08

LXT is the proper one, the budget one is CXT


Also their G series batteries and tools are their bottom of the range kit.
kzlbfx06/09/2019 17:36

Looking for a drill and the Einhell posted earlier has more Torque. Well …Looking for a drill and the Einhell posted earlier has more Torque. Well a lot more, whilst this is brushless motor, any tech folk explain what they would go for...


I just bought the einhell and it's an amazing piece of kit tbh I prefer it to this deal
DerekScott07/09/2019 12:22

I just bought the einhell and it's an amazing piece of kit tbh I prefer it …I just bought the einhell and it's an amazing piece of kit tbh I prefer it to this deal


You made a good choice in the Einhell, great range of additional bare tools cheap too, you can build up a decent set of workshop tools at a fraction of the price compared to Makita, Bosch, Dewalt etc
PennyTrader07/09/2019 16:07

You made a good choice in the Einhell, great range of additional bare …You made a good choice in the Einhell, great range of additional bare tools cheap too, you can build up a decent set of workshop tools at a fraction of the price compared to Makita, Bosch, Dewalt etc


Yes been researching makita and dewalt for a while then I seen the einhell and that made my mind up lol plus the build quality is fantastic
Drill isn't that powerful so ok for the average DIY'er
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