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Posted 16 December 2022

Makita DHP485Z 18V LXT Brushless 2-Speed Combi Drill Body Only - £50.95 delivered @ Power Tool World

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The Makita DHP485 18v LXT Brushless 2-Speed Combi Drill delivers outstanding performance without the bulkiness and weight of the typical cordless tool. The LXT Compact continues to refine the formula of faster-charging batteries with leading power-to-weight ratio's.(Batteries not included)

Having the mechanical 2 speed gearing allows you to choose between maximum rpm or higher torque. Its also has 21 Stage torque settings, so you can adjust for the task at hand and a brushless DC motor that generates less heat buildup and is ideal for prolonged use in manufacturing / production applications.

Replaces DHP459Z.

FEATURES
  • eXtreme Protection Technology (XPT) offers maximum protection against dust, debris and liquids for optimal performance in extreme conditions
  • Forward & reverse
  • Battery protection system provides over-discharge, temperature and circuit protection for enhanced performance, battery cycle life and overall battery life
  • 21 clutch settings deliver up to 50Nm of torque
  • All metal gears and gear housing for more efficient power transmission
  • Ultra-compact design (only 182mm long)
  • Dual LED job lights with pre-glow and afterglow features
  • 13mm Keyless chuck – for easy bit installation/ removal by one hand

SPECIFICATION
  • Battery Capacity: 18v Li-Ion
  • Impact Rate Low/High: 0-7,500/0-28,500 ipm
  • Max Drill Masonry: 13 mm
  • Max Drill Steel: 13 mm
  • Max Drill Wood: 38 mm
  • No Load Speed Low/High: 0-500/0-1,900 rpm
  • Blows per Minute Low/High: 0-7,500/0-28,500 bpm
  • Max Tightening Torque Hard/Soft: 50/27 Nm
  • Overall Length: 182 mm
  • Net Weight: 1.5-1.8 kg

NOISE & VIBRATION
  • Sound Pressure Level (LpA): 82 dB (A)
  • Sound Power Level (LWA): 93 dB (A)
  • Sound Uncertainty (K): 3 dB (A)
  • Drilling Vibration Level: 8 m/s²
  • Drilling Vibration Uncertainty (K): 1.5 m/s²
  • Drilling Metal Vibration Uncertainty (K): 1.5 m/s²
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    I already have the normal brushed motor version of this combi drill. Is the brushless version worth getting to replace it?
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    Not unless you are a heavy user. You do get extra runtime and slightly more power from brushless but it has disadvantages as well, a normal motor you can quickly and cheaply replace the brushes if it breaks, brushless are in almost all circumstances uneconomical to repair which is a little annoying. If I was in your position and had the £50 to spend I'd spend it buying a second 4-5ah battery which should cover the runtime difference many times over and also potentially allow you to buy more tools.
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    Amazon lowered the price now as well. amazon.co.uk/Mak…ZWF £45 from Amazon but will arrive after XMAS

    Update. Price gone up to 50.95 matching ptw
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    Matching ffx I believe
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    It's a decent price right now, but this drill has been much lower than this for lots of periods throughout the year.
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    What’s the difference between the DHP484 and 485?
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    Not much difference between them really, the DHP484 has slightly more torque and a slightly higher max RPM, it also has an aluminium gear housing so presumably will be a more durable tool
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    484 is considered mid-range, a bigger drill. 485 is the budget offering, replacing 482. The torque on the 485 is not great.
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    We have Makita tools and purchased a fast charger some 7 years ago to power up(and still does) 3Ah batteries in 20 minutes from discharged......This is..£50 and Brushless. Why do people still buy supermarket brand tools is beyond me when this entry geezer is about, and far, far superior. Once charged, batteries will maintain power for 12 months easily( I know you should charge top every 3 months, but Hey - Ho).. Balanced in hand, whilst in use, as good as Bosch......something which DeWalt are yet to master...although they are very good work tools.....It is certainly a tactile feeling and satisfying..£50......Brushless....
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