Makita DHP482 18 V Cordless Combi Drill + 2 x 3.0Ah Batteries + Fast Charger + Makpak No. 2 Case £102.95 @ Amazon

Makita DHP482 18 V Cordless Combi Drill + 2 x 3.0Ah Batteries + Fast Charger + Makpak No. 2 Case £102.95 @ Amazon

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Found 20th Jun 2016
Seems a decent price for this 'kit'.

The Makita DHP482 is a compact White Combi Drill with an overall length of only 198mm. Although small, it is packed with features like 21 different torque settings, hammer action and bright twin LED joblights for working in dark conditions. It also has an all metal gearbox for a long life and a soft grip handle designed to maximise thrust right to the bit.


Electric brake
Mechanical 2-speed control
Variable speed control trigger
Forward/reverse rotation
Twin LED job light
Ergonomic soft grip handle
Compact overall length of 198mm
Single sleeve keyless chuck
Lightweight design
Battery protection circuit
All metal gears

Voltage: 18v
Soft Application Max Torque (Nm): 36
Hard Application Max Torque (Nm): 62
Torque Settings: 21 + Drill
Brake Type: Electric
No. of Gears: 2
LED Job Light: Yes / Twin / Pre-glow & After-glow
Battery Capacity Indicator: No
Battery Compatibility: 18v Lithium-Ion (LXT)
Rotation: Forward / Reverse
Variable Speed Control Trigger: Yes
No Load Speed (RPM) High: 0-1900
No Load Speed (RPM) Med: N/A
No Load Speed (RPM) Low: 0-600
Chuck Type: 3-Jaw / Single Sleeve Keyless
Chuck Capacity (mm): 13
Screw Capacity: Machine Screw (mm): 6
Screw Capacity: Wood Screw (mm): 10 x 90
Drill Capacity: Concrete (mm): 13
Drill Capacity: Metal (mm): 13
Drill Capacity: Wood (mm): 38
Impact Rate (BPM) High: 0-28500
Impact Rate (BPM) Med: N/A
Impact Rate (BPM) Low: 0-9000
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Edited by: "topss" 20th Jun 2016
Heat, looks good to me
Stonking deal.
Agreed, hot!!
Was about to buy a couple of new 3.0Ah batteries for my drill and impact driver. Now I'll have another drill and charger.
Looks like the charger is the DC18RC, so will work on 110v site voltage with a different plug:…tml
argh nuts! looks like it's gone!
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