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Makita DHP482Z 18V Li-ion Cordless Combi Drill - Body Only £37.50 @ UKToolMart
Makita DHP482Z 18V Li-ion Cordless Combi Drill - Body Only £37.50 @ UKToolMart

Makita DHP482Z 18V Li-ion Cordless Combi Drill - Body Only £37.50 @ UKToolMart

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Makita DHP482Z 18V Li-ion Cordless Combi Drill - Body Only
The new 18V LXT Combi Drill from Makita replaces the DHP456 and is a compact and precise power tool for the professional or DIY enthusiast. It features an all-metal gear construction for extra high transmission durability as well as an electric brake and variable speed control trigger. You will find this an extremely comfortable drill to use with its ergonomic soft grip handle and lightweight design.
Features:
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
Belt clip
All metal gear construction for extra high transmission durability

Specifications:
Battery Type: Li-ion
Voltage: 18V
No Load Speed: 0-1900 rpm (Hi) - 0-600 rpm (Lo)
Blows per Minute: 0-28500 bpm (Hi) - 0-9000 bpm (Lo)
Chuck Capacity: 1.5-13mm
Max in Masonry: 13mm
Max in Steel: 13mm
Max in Wood: 38mm
Torque Settings: 21+ Drill
Max Fastening Torque (S/H): 36/62 Nm
Net Weight: 1.8kg

Please note this is a body only item and is not supplied with batteries, charger or case.

10 Comments

Around this price all the time? May be the cheapest of the lot by a couple of quid.

These are great drills, what I don't like is the sparks from the motor, do prefer sealed, if I can see them then so can dust! Remember to go to Makita website within 30 days, register to opt in to the 3 year warranty and keep your original receipt.
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Ralph888

These are great drills, what I don't like is the sparks from the motor, … These are great drills, what I don't like is the sparks from the motor, do prefer sealed, if I can see them then so can dust! Remember to go to Makita website within 30 days, register to opt in to the 3 year warranty and keep your original receipt.https://www.makitauk.com/service-web/login.html


agree about the sparks - quite alarming if you're not used to it...

where to get cheap batteries?

Shock

where to get cheap batteries?


I've used the cheapo copies on Ebay, try not to get them from Chinese/UK cloaked sites as I had one that failed after 9 months and it was a hassle getting it exchanged. I havant had any issues with them. Even the genuine ones have failed on me, just depends how often they are being used!

Argos are doing the batteries for around £35, bought one the other day. First one was faulty but the replacement works fine.

Shock

where to get cheap batteries?



​you dont, there ****. go for genuine battery's all day.

1of the carpenters in work bought cheap battery off flea bay and it caught fire while on charge. Lucky he was about to stop it as it was in a clients kitchen. Don't buy them cheap alternatives can be dangerous

indiehannah_jones

Argos are doing the batteries for around £35, bought one the other day. … Argos are doing the batteries for around £35, bought one the other day. First one was faulty but the replacement works fine.



Is it this one? http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5740932
If so what capacity are these batteries as it doesn't state on the site?

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davey3d

Is it this one? http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5740932If so what capacity … Is it this one? http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5740932If so what capacity are these batteries as it doesn't state on the site?


No that won't fit this drill. Needs to be LXT. A BL1815N will be the cheapest battery for this drill which is 1.5ah.
toolstop.co.uk/ind…php?option=shop&page=shop.product_details&product_id=72301&l
£20 on Toolstop


Edited by: "jay1" 10th Dec 2016
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