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Makita DHP482RFWJ 18V LXT Combi Drill with Fast charger, carry case, and 2 x 3.0Ah 18V Li-ion batteries £120.40 at Homebase (Free C&C)
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Makita DHP482RFWJ 18V LXT Combi Drill with Fast charger, carry case, and 2 x 3.0Ah 18V Li-ion batteries £120.40 at Homebase (Free C&C)

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Posted 12th Jul

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Excellent drill and good buy at this price.

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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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31 Comments
Not a bad drill package for the price
Agreed, decent, hotted
Hot
Damn good price. I'm after the palm sander Makita do as well so this is a good start.
toolstation.com/mak…935

The same drill in a kit. £120 more for decent impact driver and extra battery. Might be worth it for some
Targettio12/07/2019 13:43

https://www.toolstation.com/makita-dlx2131jx1-18v-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill-impact-driver-twin-pack/p94935The same drill in a kit. £120 more for decent impact driver and extra battery. Might be worth it for some


For £50, i would buy the impact driver from here, as it comes with no battery and you use second battery.

powertoolmate.co.uk/Pro…BwE
MAASI_G12/07/2019 13:50

For £50, i would buy the impact driver from here, as it comes with no …For £50, i would buy the impact driver from here, as it comes with no battery and you use second battery.https://www.powertoolmate.co.uk/Products/004000060002/EB%252FDTD152Z?gclid=CjwKCAjwspHaBRBFEiwA0eM3kbLLBICoQjrCiqRplvlWTC5kE9iKQ7wfy9vqcQRpdU24aCdLwWCdSxoCR_kQAvD_BwE#


Good option. That values the battery at £70, but you can buy one for around £30
This is brushed right?
Got them in stock at Homebase bishop auckland store
Oh Makita you will never know, the little things you will screw around my home
mikewadkins3512/07/2019 16:47

Oh Makita you will never know, the little things you will screw around my …Oh Makita you will never know, the little things you will screw around my home


Screws?
WROWE12/07/2019 14:17

This is brushed right?


Yes, but for DIY use it makes little difference
annodomini212/07/2019 17:27

Yes, but for DIY use it makes little difference


Or for tradespeople, I had one of these for about 6 years before the brushes wore down. Only cost £9 to replace them too (though I did buy a DHP484Z as well :p)
Wish my Makita combi was this store, sadly I have the bulkier old one. Shouldn't complain though, Wickes have it to me in a Twitter competition
dorack_uk12/07/2019 18:28

Or for tradespeople, I had one of these for about 6 years before the …Or for tradespeople, I had one of these for about 6 years before the brushes wore down. Only cost £9 to replace them too (though I did buy a DHP484Z as well :p)


Quite. None of my Milwaukee gear is brushless and it gets used day in day out. I'm fairly certain that they have only just introduced brushless tech into their range and no-one would accuse Milwaukee of being DIY quality.
g1hsg12/07/2019 20:33

Quite. None of my Milwaukee gear is brushless and it gets used day in day …Quite. None of my Milwaukee gear is brushless and it gets used day in day out. I'm fairly certain that they have only just introduced brushless tech into their range and no-one would accuse Milwaukee of being DIY quality.


The other reason is efficiency, I believe brushless is more efficient
Liam_D12/07/2019 21:02

The other reason is efficiency, I believe brushless is more efficient


Also capable of being made smaller and lighter. There are many advantages to brushless tech, however a well designed brushed drill can hold it's own.
A crackin deal, more so if the batterys have the led indicator. A great start to the lxt tool range.
annodomini212/07/2019 17:27

Yes, but for DIY use it makes little difference


Used brushed makita drills as a sparky for years day in day out. Trust me, no issues apart from wear and tear you get with all power tools.
Thank you just picked mine up been looking for a decent drill cheap for a while
My friend has a very old drill, very big looks like something from world war 2 lol I laughed so hard when I saw it but it's very good actually. still working and can drill into pavement or anything with ease.
I started off with a very similar Makita drill kit to this. Have progressed to using the batteries for the Makita lawnmower (DLM380Z), strimmer (DUR181Z), and the vacuum (DCL180Z).

It's changed my life getting rid of all them cables.

Keep an eye out on Amazon for big price drops on the lawnmower and strimmer.
This or the Bosch PSB currently £49 on amazon deal?
muhammadilyas15/07/2019 09:53

This or the Bosch PSB currently £49 on amazon deal?


Different tools to a degree. The makita has better batteries and higher torque, and has a wider range of tools that share the same battery. Arguably a better professional tool.

Whereas the Bosch is a bunch cheaper. So maybe better choice for a diyer
Me a Diyer. Already purchased the makita yesterday but ain't opened it. To return and buy the Bosch or keep. Confusions!
Homebase , Bishop Auckland have 3 on the shelf in the tool section by the door
I think Wickes have this set for £100. Have a look.

wickes.co.uk/Mak…582
Edited by: "Times321" 30th Jul
Times32130/07/2019 17:46

I think Wickes have this set for £100. Have a …I think Wickes have this set for £100. Have a look.https://www.wickes.co.uk/Makita-DHP482RFWJ-18V-2-x-3-0Ah-Li-Ion-LXT-Cordless-Combi-Drill/p/169582


Nice one, got one from purley way branch. Marked down from £199., then on offer at £150; at till £100. Thanks for the heads up.
Nice!

FYI guys, still showing as 40+ stores with stock.

Phone their customer service line or store to do a stock and price check if you’re concerned about being disappointed. Give them the Product code: 169582. Good luck
Edited by: "Times321" 2nd Aug
Times32102/08/2019 17:09

Nice!FYI guys, still showing as 40+ stores with stock.Phone their customer …Nice!FYI guys, still showing as 40+ stores with stock.Phone their customer service line or store to do a stock and price check if you’re concerned about being disappointed. Give them the Product code: 169582. Good luck


Yup they were on a table behind the till marked at £150. It took two staff to work out what was going on! Had the wickes website open on the phone, clearly showing £100. But no issues and great bargain for the drill. That's me sorted into retirement as a diyer, as I picked up the 10.8 twin set for £90 earlier. And already used them to install outside lights and a doorbell. Lol. My old 10.8 makita stuff was needing new batteries after 6 years, so decent saving and a jump into 18v bare tool buying, now for a makita hedge cutter!
Times32102/08/2019 17:09

Nice!FYI guys, still showing as 40+ stores with stock.Phone their customer …Nice!FYI guys, still showing as 40+ stores with stock.Phone their customer service line or store to do a stock and price check if you’re concerned about being disappointed. Give them the Product code: 169582. Good luck


Maybe you should post as a new deal. It's a good one, imho.
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