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Makita DHP482ZW 18v LXT 2 Speed White DHP482Z Cordless Combi Drill - Bare Tool £39.99 @ Buyaparcel Ebay
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Makita DHP482ZW 18v LXT 2 Speed White DHP482Z Cordless Combi Drill - Bare Tool £39.99 @ Buyaparcel Ebay

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Posted 7th Jan

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Great as a spare or a replacement.

Model DHP482ZW is a cordless hammer driver drill that has been developed as the successor to the current model DHP456.

This unit has been produced in a limited edition white colour

Features include:

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.

Bare Tool - No Batteries or Charger Supplied
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The RRP is side-splittingly inaccurate... £40-£45ish everywhere.
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The RRP is side-splittingly inaccurate... £40-£45ish everywhere.
One of my favourite all round drills
How much would batteries and charger cost?
once_upon_a_tyne07/01/2020 19:04

The RRP is side-splittingly inaccurate... £40-£45ish everywhere.


I concur.
For the record rrp
= Real Rip-off Price
AgentSmith07/01/2020 19:22

How much would batteries and charger cost?


Batteries from £20 depending on the battery size (amperage) and charger about £30
No batteries 🔋 this is regular price
AgentSmith07/01/2020 19:22

How much would batteries and charger cost?


I think I would be looking at roughly £100 to start it with this drill and a battery and charger, if you are wanting trade quality (with the sort of warranty and price that comes with that). You may be a diy’er, in which case you can buy cordless drills with batteries between £40-£70 with a decent warranty. Have a look at the green Bosch drills, Einhell ones seems to be sold in so many places and are also aimed at diy. Lidl and Aldi sell tools aimed at diy for I think quite cheaply, and they have a very good reputation for service if any of their tools stop working in the the first few years
androidavis07/01/2020 19:56

I think I would be looking at roughly £100 to start it with this drill and …I think I would be looking at roughly £100 to start it with this drill and a battery and charger, if you are wanting trade quality (with the sort of warranty and price that comes with that). You may be a diy’er, in which case you can buy cordless drills with batteries between £40-£70 with a decent warranty. Have a look at the green Bosch drills, Einhell ones seems to be sold in so many places and are also aimed at diy. Lidl and Aldi sell tools aimed at diy for I think quite cheaply, and they have a very good reputation for service if any of their tools stop working in the the first few years


Thanks for the reply.

Been after one for normal household jobs. I get through a lot of IKEA furniture for example. I've seen a few well reviewed ones on Amazon for around £30-50 with batteries. Been looking on here for awhile.
Edited by: "AgentSmith" 7th Jan
Another white one....if they’d stick to the blue they wouldn’t have made a lot of their stock look like the bottom of the range... product spec and sales directors want firing!
AgentSmith07/01/2020 20:08

Thanks for the reply.Been after one for normal household jobs. I get …Thanks for the reply.Been after one for normal household jobs. I get through a lot of IKEA furniture for example. I've seen a few well reviewed ones on Amazon for around £30-50 with batteries. Been looking on here for awhile.


The main reason to buy into one of the big brands (blue, red, yellow) is to buy into the battery system.

Because of the trade user base the batteries will be around for a long time and they make a huge range of tools.
Had the previous model for 10 years ish the drill is spot on still as good as my two other brand new Makitas that are brushless, I also find that the brushed drill has more torque.
xciv08/01/2020 00:30

The main reason to buy into one of the big brands (blue, red, yellow) is …The main reason to buy into one of the big brands (blue, red, yellow) is to buy into the battery system. Because of the trade user base the batteries will be around for a long time and they make a huge range of tools.



I have the predecessor (DHP456, also white) for DIY usage and its great.
Personally I definitely would prefer a tool that is part of a wide family of tools.
Over time I have added a circular saw, vacuum, leaf blower, hedge trimmer etc all using same Li-ion batteries.
That 4ah battery that came with my drill is getting weekly if not daily usage...

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