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Makita DHP482PACK 18v LXT Combi Drill with 1 x 2Ah Battery, Charger, Bag and Accessories £95.99 @ ITS
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Makita DHP482PACK 18v LXT Combi Drill with 1 x 2Ah Battery, Charger, Bag and Accessories £95.99 @ ITS

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Posted 6th Mar

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Seems like a really good deal. Perfect for those starting DIY.

Delivery is £5 under £100 spend, So makes sense try finding an item for £4 or so. Such as safety glasses etc so will essentially work out better.


Heavy duty motor and full metal gearbox can crank out an impressive 62Nm of torque!
13mm Nylon keyless chuck means swapping bits is a breeze
Lightweight and compact weighing only 1.8kg
Up to 28,500ipm (Impacts Per Minute) for smooth drilling into masonry
Full Makita Warranty


Included.

1 x DHP482 18v LXT Combi Drill
1 x Belt Hook
1 x BL1820B 2Ah Battery
1 x DC18RC Fast Charger
1 x Tool Bag
1 x 45 Piece Screwdriver Bit Set
1 x 18 Piece HSS Bit Set
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Seems like a really good deal to me.

Delivery is £5 under £100 spend, So makes sense try finding an item for £4 or so. Such as safety glasses etc so will essentially work out better.
Edited by: "GeordieAffy2014" 6th Mar
The charger alone is £35 most of the time. Seems like extremely good deal imo or am i missing something?
Is Makita a good brand?
shahidali4706/03/2020 19:26

Is Makita a good brand?


I think they are ok due to their after sales service. Midrange to good diy level cordless power tools usually have a two year (non-trade use) warranty - and don’t forget the like of Lidl and Aldi stick 3 years warranty on anything regardless of whether it’s good or not which is great for diyers.
Makita have a 3 year, including every day trade use, warranty. Thats not bad and some would agree it’s better built than diy gear accordingly. We use them at work and once they repaired an out of warranty drill for free. They didn’t have to.
Edited by: "androidavis" 6th Mar
shahidali4706/03/2020 19:26

Is Makita a good brand?


Absolutely, used by the trade daily. This bundle is good value. Probably more suitable for a DIY user. Generally trade users will want more than a 2AH battery. Heat from me OP 🔥
shahidali4706/03/2020 19:26

Is Makita a good brand?


Definitely.

Makita have the biggest range of all the trade brands (Dewalt, Milwaukee are the other big two) and an excellent reputation as well.
Brushless 3A for and extra £25

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Edited by: "davidharris99" 6th Mar
shahidali4706/03/2020 19:26

Is Makita a good brand?


Oh gosh no, much better off with bigger brands such as Parkside etc.
davidharris9906/03/2020 20:21

Brushless 3A for and extra …Brushless 3A for and extra £25https://www.its.co.uk/pd/DHP485PACK-18v-LXT-Brushless-Combi-Drill-with-1-x-3Ah-Battery,-Charger,-Bag-and-Accessories-_MAKDHP485PACK.htm


Good spot. I was thinking about it - £25 for an extra 1ah. It might be better to have the 2ah deal and buy the extra 3ah battery separately when amazon do their fairly regular 3ah battery offers for between £18-25
davidharris9906/03/2020 20:21

Brushless 3A for and extra …Brushless 3A for and extra £25https://www.its.co.uk/pd/DHP485PACK-18v-LXT-Brushless-Combi-Drill-with-1-x-3Ah-Battery,-Charger,-Bag-and-Accessories-_MAKDHP485PACK.htm


Only 50nm compared to the 62mn so be aware of that trade off. To compensate the battery is a larger capacity and being brushless will last longer.
Yes Makita is good
DearSatan06/03/2020 21:43

Oh gosh no, much better off with bigger brands such as Parkside etc.


The fact he asked that question should point to his complete lack of knowledge. I only hope he doesn't act on your advice and empty a certain German discount shop's shelves.
Sorry to be petty but this is actually £101 taking in delivery, also one battery can be a bit of a bind even with 2ah but Makita are good make.
Flyer0112/03/2020 11:25

The fact he asked that question should point to his complete lack of …The fact he asked that question should point to his complete lack of knowledge. I only hope he doesn't act on your advice and empty a certain German discount shop's shelves.


He’d soon find out what a pain in the Parkside cheap tools are
DearSatan06/03/2020 21:43

Oh gosh no, much better off with bigger brands such as Parkside etc.


The guy asked a genuine question. No need to be a smart arse.
Edited by: "Argyll68" 13th Mar
Argyll6813/03/2020 10:46

The guy asked a genuine question. No need to be a smart arse.


So eloquently put

I’m sure they are delighted to have such a talented and creative wordsmith fighting their corner
Edited by: "DearSatan" 14th Mar
Is this a good set?
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