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Makita DHP482Z 18 V 62Nm Combi Drill Body Only - Blue £46.00 @ Amazon
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Makita DHP482Z 18 V 62Nm Combi Drill Body Only - Blue £46.00 @ Amazon

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Posted 20th Aug

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Makita DHP482Z 18V Li-ion LXT Combi Drill - No batteries included
Compact and Lightweight Design
The DHP482Z is an 18V cordless hammer driver drill, with variable 2 speed transmission for a wide range of drilling and fastening applications. High speed mode for speedy drilling in light duty applications and low speed mode for heavy duty applications requiring high torque. It has a high speed of up to 1,900 rpm.

All metal gear construction for extra-high transmission durability.

21 Clutch settings and drill mode for added fastening control.

Convenient 13 mm keyless chuck for quick bit changes. Electric brake.

Twin LED job light.

Equipped with Battery Protection Circuit
Designed to protect the battery from damages due to over discharge, high temperature or overload current.

Capacity:
Maximum in masonry 13mm
Maximum in steel 13mm
Maximum in wood 38mm
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These were £46 before they went out of stock for the last week or so and have been slightly cheaper than that even in the past. These are not brushless but still good drills for the money.
NightHawk8220/08/2019 14:18

These were £46 before they went out of stock for the last week or so and …These were £46 before they went out of stock for the last week or so and have been slightly cheaper than that even in the past. These are not brushless but still good drills for the money.


It was £46 about an hour ago , still a good price regardless, I have one of these and are great
If this was brushless I'd be all over it. Heat though.
cbrown197920/08/2019 16:05

If this was brushless I'd be all over it. Heat though.


I would be too, brushless equivalent to this is £89.90 so nearly double the price. This will suit most occasional DIY’ers though
its.co.uk/blo…on/

see chart for an idea of where this sits in the range
Good price for this. mid range drill more than adequate for DIYers
No need to splash out on brushless for most people, don't get sucked into the hype that only brushless will do, this'll be fine for the average DIYer to go with existing battery and charger... fairly decent torque.

If you use tools all day long then the improved battery life of brushless is probably well worth paying extra but home use, I doubt there's much in it..or the difference could pay for another battery or go towards another tool.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 21st Aug
I already have a dhp459... Reckon the extra torque would be noticed? They appear to have the same drilling capability
jimmyt1122/08/2019 06:30

I already have a dhp459... Reckon the extra torque would be noticed? They …I already have a dhp459... Reckon the extra torque would be noticed? They appear to have the same drilling capability


I have that drill too, trust me its very handy to have more than one drill driver for the bigger jobs. This driver is smaller in size too and has a trigger torch(y)
johnwillowlfc22/08/2019 06:50

I have that drill too, trust me its very handy to have more than one drill …I have that drill too, trust me its very handy to have more than one drill driver for the bigger jobs. This driver is smaller in size too and has a trigger torch(y)


I already have another 12v.plus an impact driver. Just dint know if this would mean me using the corded less around the house.
jimmyt1122/08/2019 06:30

I already have a dhp459... Reckon the extra torque would be noticed? They …I already have a dhp459... Reckon the extra torque would be noticed? They appear to have the same drilling capability



I have these drills
BHP452 54nm
DHP458 88nm

looking at your two options:
DHP459 45NM
DHP482Z 62Nm

So it's roughly the same as my BHP452, and I only use that for screwing.
To drill a hole into block or normal brick then I'd have to use the DHP458 or an SDS

So it's a lot more capable, but I don't think it's as versatile as the heavier DHP458,
you'd just be buying a much nicer screwdriver.

Plus an eBay DHP458 is around £35 used to £75 mint, so I reckon another £30 gets you something a lot more useful.
Bigger drills are a bit cumbersome for IKEA, but a small drill is a paperweight if it won't actually do the job.
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