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      Makita DHP482RFWJ 18V LXT Combi Drill - £86 @ Homebase
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      Makita DHP482RFWJ 18V LXT Combi Drill - £86 @ Homebase

      £86£124.4231%Homebase Deals
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      Posted 17th Aug

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      The Makita DHP482 LXT combo drill 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.

      Variable speed, forward and reverse
      Fast charger, carry case, and 2 x 3.0Ah 18V Li-ion batteries
      Soft grip handle
      1 year guarantee
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      Don’t, just paid the £122 last weekend :(.

      Tempted at this price to go return and rebuy at £40 off !
      Bargain
      Call the store first and get it reserved over the phone
      redcastle17/08/2019 08:49

      Don’t, just paid the £122 last weekend :(. Tempted at this price to go re …Don’t, just paid the £122 last weekend :(. Tempted at this price to go return and rebuy at £40 off !


      I paid £100 @ Wickes
      Good luck finding stock
      4 in at Wolverhampton right now
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      5 in Bridgend, wales
      jellyheed17/08/2019 08:53

      I paid £100 @ Wickes


      Yeah couldn’t find at that price near me. Thought for the extra £20 and Homebase had in stock wouldget from there. Also came across a DGA458Z 115mm angle grinder for £76 so happy with that too.
      Best deal of the lot, shames there’s no stock near me. Hoover ordered though
      redcastle17/08/2019 08:49

      Don’t, just paid the £122 last weekend :(. Tempted at this price to go re …Don’t, just paid the £122 last weekend :(. Tempted at this price to go return and rebuy at £40 off !


      Why wouldnt you?!
      Awesome deal
      There are many other makita 18v lithium tools half price
      Thanks Op. But none in two areas I have tried. That's about 8 stores. So finding them is luck now.
      👀 🏼
      hot hot hot
      Just got this last weekend for £120. It was a great deal at that price so £86 is a bargain. Not much stock though.
      You lads are incredible, nearly got similar from amazon yesterday for 50 quid more, just picked it up from Newton abbot, they had ryobi drill bits on for half price too
      Probably a better deal going for the Brushless pack with 2 x 4Ah batteries for £148, RRP £248.
      This a great deal especially considering the two 3ah batteries. For someone newly looking to get into a Bosch/Makita/DeWalt battery system and lucky enough to have this and any of the other posted here Makita lxt bare tool clearance items near you it could be way into a decent tool set. Worth noting also for anyone not near this and looking for similar I think there was also a cracking deal on here just a few days ago on a Bosch blue with 3 batteries from Toolstation for not a lot more. Should be easy enough to find if search the site.
      Shame does not let me select click and collect. great find though, heat added
      jellyheed17/08/2019 08:58

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      Not being funny but that's about as much proof as a hand written post it note when it comes to Homebase.
      I've already had the classic 'must have been stolen' and 'we can't find it anywhere' calls this morning.
      fireman117/08/2019 13:28

      Not being funny but that's about as much proof as a hand written post it …Not being funny but that's about as much proof as a hand written post it note when it comes to Homebase.I've already had the classic 'must have been stolen' and 'we can't find it anywhere' calls this morning.


      Which is why I stated on an earlier post to call the store.
      jellyheed17/08/2019 13:37

      Which is why I stated on an earlier post to call the store.


      Yep call the store and they did the click and collect. Text message came through. I think it’s just to make sure it’s in stock before they give u a reservation number.
      DodgeySolenoid17/08/2019 10:52

      Probably a better deal going for the Brushless pack with 2 x 4Ah batteries …Probably a better deal going for the Brushless pack with 2 x 4Ah batteries for £148, RRP £248.


      This drill, will give you 62Nm of max torque. For the additional £62 (75% more), you get brushless which should give you longer run time, £20 extra in value on the batteries £10 per Ah) but only c45Nm. Rather have the 50% more torque power and £60 quid in the pocket and just swap the batteries more frequently
      Wish there was stock near me....
      redcastle17/08/2019 08:49

      Don’t, just paid the £122 last weekend :(. Tempted at this price to go re …Don’t, just paid the £122 last weekend :(. Tempted at this price to go return and rebuy at £40 off !


      I would or ask them to match the price over the phone first.
      P111917/08/2019 11:58

      This a great deal especially considering the two 3ah batteries. For …This a great deal especially considering the two 3ah batteries. For someone newly looking to get into a Bosch/Makita/DeWalt battery system and lucky enough to have this and any of the other posted here Makita lxt bare tool clearance items near you it could be way into a decent tool set. Worth noting also for anyone not near this and looking for similar I think there was also a cracking deal on here just a few days ago on a Bosch blue with 3 batteries from Toolstation for not a lot more. Should be easy enough to find if search the site.


      Screwfix do their own as well for a good price. I have it and its good quality.
      JMac_D17/08/2019 19:26

      I would or ask them to match the price over the phone first.


      Nah tried. Got to return it.
      redcastle17/08/2019 20:15

      Nah tried. Got to return it.


      If your not bothered about a brand per say screw fix ones are great 2 batteries as well obviously cheaper. I have one and it's great batteries by a decent company if I remember correctly.
      JMac_D17/08/2019 20:25

      If your not bothered about a brand per say screw fix ones are great 2 …If your not bothered about a brand per say screw fix ones are great 2 batteries as well obviously cheaper. I have one and it's great batteries by a decent company if I remember correctly.


      Yeah stuck in the Makita world so it was not a problem. Ended up getting the SDS and a second of these drills for the dad and returned the £120. These recent Makita drills are hammering my pocket tho! Haha
      Hi There.
      Sorry to say every time I have been on your offers,It tells me it is out of stock.I think it's all gimmick.
      I really need to delite the hukd app off my phone. Sod it I'll buy it.
      Bugger this and the makita DAB radio are out of stock everywhere near me 😡
      bought mine at wickes early this year (about £150) - returned yesterday after the chuck kept getting stuck.

      good drill - when it worked properly... i suppose mine gets hammered with work though. cant complain at this price
      Just phoned Homebase and apparently one guy has reserved every one in Essex, did the same last year. Drives to all the stores then earns a few quid selling them on! First come first served I suppose
      Please note that for some unknown reason I found that Makita and Dewalt drill drivers have a chuck that it's not centred.
      I don't know if it's a bad lot, but before you buy, use a brand new quality drill bit (hss recommended), place the drill on z steady surface and let it turn.
      If the tip of the bit goes wobbly, go for something else.
      Personally i couldn't live with a wobbly drill, so I eventually got a Bosch professional (double the price).
      Shame, I have everything makita and was hoping to replace my 15 year old drill with another makita.
      That is an absolute bargain!
      Just dropped mine back into PORTISHEAD. Up for grabs (picked up one at lower price from other Homebase)
      Get it done neater, with a Mikita.
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