Makita DLX2131J 18V Li-ion LXT Combi and Impact Twin Pack With 2 x 3Ah Batteries £219 @ Uk planet tools
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Makita DLX2131J 18V Li-ion LXT Combi and Impact Twin Pack With 2 x 3Ah Batteries £219 @ Uk planet tools

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Found 3rd Feb
Great kit for the price.
Free next day delivery
I believe they are Brushless

Comes With

  • 1 x DHP482Z
  • 1 x DTD152Z
  • 2 x BL1830 Batteries
  • 1 x DC18RC Fast Charger
  • 2 x Belt Clip
  • Double Ended Screwdriver Bit
  • 1 x Type 3 Makpac Connector Case
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For a bit more u can have dewalt dcd796 and dcf887 with 2x5Ah batteries which i believe are more powerful than these and obv 5ah battery will last longer than 3ah
linhang901 m ago

For a bit more u can have dewalt dcd796 and dcf887 with 2x5Ah batteries …For a bit more u can have dewalt dcd796 and dcf887 with 2x5Ah batteries which i believe are more powerful than these and obv 5ah battery will last longer than 3ah


Link?

Also those models aren't the LXT are they?
Neither are brushless, the drill is one of their lower end models, more light professional use
twix411 m ago

Neither are brushless, the drill is one of their lower end models, more …Neither are brushless, the drill is one of their lower end models, more light professional use


They are LXT. Both have brushes. Dhp482 is mid range 62nm
MrChinn8 m ago

Link? Also those models aren't the LXT are they?

hotukdeals.com/deals/dewalt-dck226p2t-combi-drill-and-impact-driver-set-with-2x5ma-batteries-250-amazon-2885739
Was available for £250 two days ago.. now £289. Brushless as well. The hammer drill isnt much more powerful, but the impack dcf887 is way better than DTD152Z, dcf887 has 3 speed settings and packs more punch. Dewalt 205Nm vs Makita 165Nm. Undo ur car wheel nuts in 2 seconds
Edited by: "linhang90" 3rd Feb
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linhang9016 m ago

For a bit more u can have dewalt dcd796 and dcf887 with 2x5Ah batteries …For a bit more u can have dewalt dcd796 and dcf887 with 2x5Ah batteries which i believe are more powerful than these and obv 5ah battery will last longer than 3ah


.....and for a bit more you can get this.....and then for a bit more again you can get that.....and for £400 you can get this.

Obviously
DeWalt is often higher rated for torque etc. but has questionable longevity vs Makita.

I'm invested in the Makita 18v LXT eco system, and chose Makita after much research.

Wouldn't go DeWalt personally.

If you want a better impact driver you can get the Makita DTD154z - which has three speed settings and is brushless. There was a deal posted for it recently - £100 from FastFix.

I got myself a DHP484 set - so the brushless version of DHP482 combi drill, with two 5ah batteries for around the price of this set.
Then the DTD154 separately.
It's a great setup.

Personally I wouldn't get a 3Ah set - they weight the same as the 5ah batteries but obviously don't last anywhere as long.

This is the set I got:
powertoolworld.co.uk/mak…tts

All depends on how much you want to spend.

But I'd go Makita if you want a wide range of cordless tools and good quality.
Or Panasonic if you just want some good drills
Or Bosh Blue for the battery tech (wireless charging, good cooling)

Not DeWalt, which has a wide range like Makita, but arguably lower quality/longeivity, and still not as wide a range.
Flexvolt does look good though, but Makita do a 2 x 18v system for heavy tools.
You can get this for £238 at Amazon with 3 batteries instead, not that great a deal if you consider that surely ?
These are brilliant! I got it from tool station last year for £199. But My time machine wont let me punch in the date anymore.(fierce)
Makita batteries are pants. They have a high failure rate. Especially the 3amp ones. Google it.
Seem overpriced to me and seem more diy than trade models, better deals out there
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eliano1 h, 58 m ago

Seem overpriced to me and seem more diy than trade models, better deals …Seem overpriced to me and seem more diy than trade models, better deals out there


You really might struggle to find a better deal for £219 or less. Let us know if you find one.
Powertoolmate £209.99
Edited by: "beljata" 4th Feb
mikegally6 h, 49 m ago

You really might struggle to find a better deal for £219 or less. Let us …You really might struggle to find a better deal for £219 or less. Let us know if you find one.


Didn't say I could get them cheaper, just there overpriced,the impact is decent but the drill driver isn't anything special, also the 3 amp batteries are dated these days for makita. I just sold the original lxt twin pack second hand for 150,says it all really
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