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Makita DHP482ZW 18v Combi Drill - Body Only (White) - [New but supplied in a plain cardboard box] £37.95 @ eBay / CBSpowertools

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x DHP482Z Cordless Combi Drill. Capacity in Masonry: 13mm. Torque Settings: 21 + drill. Fastening Torque(Soft Joint): 36Nm. Fastening Torque(Hard Joint): 62Nm. Twin LED job light. Included as Standard.

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Body only model - Batteries and chargers sold separately.

Model DHP482 is a cordless hammer driver drill that has been developed as the successor to the current model DHP456.

User Benefits:

  • Electric brake
  • 2 mechanical gears
  • Variable speed control by trigger
  • Forward / reverse rotation
  • Twin LED job light
  • Ergonomic soft grip
  • Keyless Chuck
  • Compact and lightweight design
  • Equipped with Battery protection circuit: designed to protect the battery from damages due to overdischarge, high temperature or overload current.
  • Metal gears


  • Voltage 18v
  • Torque Settings: 21 + drill
  • Battery Type: Lithium-ion
  • Capacity in Wood: 38mm
  • Blows per Minute(Lo) - ipm: 0 - 9,000ipm
  • No Load Speed(Hi): 0 - 1,900rpm
  • No Load Speed(Lo): 0 - 600rpm
  • Capacity in Steel: 13mm
  • Capacity in Masonry: 13mm
  • Blows per Minute(Hi)-ipm: 0 - 28,500ipm
  • Chuck Capacity: 1.5 - 13mm
  • Max. Fastening Torque(Soft Joint): 36Nm
  • Max. Fastening Torque(Hard Joint): 62Nm
  • Vibration: Impact drilling into concrete: 6.0 m/sec²
  • Vibration: Drilling into metal: 2.5 m/sec²

Included as Standard:
  • 1 x DHP482Z Cordless Combi Drill

Seller’s notes:

Combined postage is available please e-mail for a quote.

If you haven’t received your item within 4 working days after making payment please contact us, if payment is made by via e-cheque please allow 7 working days.

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    Nice powerful model (62 nm torque) which is more powerful than most brushless Makita models (usually only 45 nm torque so , limiting).

    for home users being brushed vs brushless is meaningless.

    Genuine rapid charger can be found for £20
    genuine 3ah battery for £45ish (edited)
    For home use this might be a better deal - c/w 2 batteries + charger + case

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    Good price, though brushed motor. Also unless you have the battery system already, factor in another 70ish for a 4Ah battery + charger.
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    Bought 6 years ago on an Amazon mis price as I needed some new batteries. Ended up using it as my main drill onsite. It only died last week after 7 weeks of constant drilling stainless and 10mm steel. Pretty impressed.

    Would definitely buy again if I hadn't moved to Milwaukee for my site gear and had an old Makita for home/occasional use. (edited)
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    Now do we know these are genuine? 
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    I'm confused why this has so much heat. It's within £5 and loads of other sites.

    I was assuming this was going to be at least half the price of everywhere else.
    Exactly. No battery, charger and pretty much the same price as other places :/
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    Can't go wrong at that price
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    worth having a look on aliexpress for batteries, Makita compatible ones seem to be used in all manner of off-brand products
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    This is exactly the same as the blue version inside. Why do Makita bother with a white version as well?
    marketing perhaps? Maybe the white versions are supposed to be for non-EU markets, and they don't want to "dilute" the blue version brand?
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    The white was originally an anniversary edition I think?
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    We warned the chuck on these is generally terrible, it likes to chew bits and mine makes a right grating noise. I've barely used it as well - the drill is definitely made to a price.