Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
Makita DHP481Z 18v LXT Brushless Lithium-Ion Combi Hammer Drill with 1 x 5.0Ah BL1850 Battery for £142.85 delivered @ Amazon
64° Expired

Makita DHP481Z 18v LXT Brushless Lithium-Ion Combi Hammer Drill with 1 x 5.0Ah BL1850 Battery for £142.85 delivered @ Amazon

£142.85£23539%Amazon Deals
Expert (Beta)14
Expert (Beta)
Posted 19th JanEdited by:"idontflycathay"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Significant price drop on this handy Makita kit. Lowest price.

Some reviews available on Screwfix

3391530.jpg
  • 1 x DHP481Z Combi hammer drill
  • 1 x 5.0Ah battery BL1850

3391530.jpg

Makita DHP481Z 18V LXT lithium-ion Combi hammer drill with 1 x 5.0Ah BL1850 battery features forward/reverse rotation single sleeve keyless chuck allows for easy bit installation/removal by one hand. Electric brake twin LED job light with afterglow. 2 mechanical gears. Battery fuel gauge variable speed control by trigger best possible ergonomic handle for drill-driver applications. Compact overall length Comes with 1 x 5.0Ah battery BL1850 product specifications chuck capacity - 1.5 - 13mm blows per minute (Hi) - 0 - 31, 500ipm blows per minute (all your) - 0 - 8, 250ipm no load speed (Hi) 0 - 2100rpm no load speed (all your) 0 - 550rpm voltage - 18V Max. In wood - 76mm Max. In masonry - 16mm Max. In steel - 13mm torque settings - 21 + drill battery type - lithium-ion vibration K factor - 1.5 m/sec² maximum output - 640W lock torque - 125Nm Max. Fastening torque (soft joint) - 60Nm Max. Fastening torque (hard joint) - 115Nm vibration: impact drilling into concrete - 6.5 m/sec² vibration: drilling into metal - 2.5 m/sec²
Community Updates

Groups

14 Comments
Only 2 left
Price gone up already
Sold out
Back up to full price now!
Good while it lasted. Will expire now.
Warning can snap your wrist
UberPark19/01/2020 21:47

Warning can snap your wrist


Hence the 2 ft long handle for support. 101nm torque... Its a beast.
UberPark19/01/2020 21:47

Warning can snap your wrist


True, and to my knowledge this drill doesn’t have any anti-kickback technology like some of the high torque Bosch, Hilti or other drills for professionals. However that is the reason the handle bar on this Makita is so long. It’s not just for comfort, it is a direct function of the maximum torque it is capable of, so you can control and react to its forces, and manage kickback.
I use this daily and it will snap your hand even with the handle...

Make sure you use it in screw mode with max setting so if it jams it won't throw you off the ladder. It's only really wood or hole saws that like to jam it but be warned this is a very powerful drill not really for DIY.
Genuine question.... what is the advantage of this size drill? Wouldn’t you just use a sds if a standard combi drill wasn’t powerful enough for a certain job?
Edited by: "terry82517" 20th Jan
terry8251720/01/2020 09:36

Genuine question.... what is the advantage of this size drill? Wouldn’t y …Genuine question.... what is the advantage of this size drill? Wouldn’t you just use a sds if a standard combi drill wasn’t powerful enough for a certain job?


This one is cordless, so if it’s cordless you need then it needs to be the right one for the job.
If it’s a diyer and is at home there should be a power socket in the same room/vicinity
Edited by: "androidavis" 20th Jan
androidavis20/01/2020 09:41

This one is cordless, so if it’s cordless you need then it needs to be the …This one is cordless, so if it’s cordless you need then it needs to be the right one for the job.If it’s a diyer and is at home there should be a power socket in the same room/vicinity



I mean a cordless sds.
Gutted, bought one of these and just had an email to say they cannot fulfil my order.... is this a common thing?
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text