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MAKITA DLX2221S 18V 3.0AH LI-ION LXT Brushless Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twinpack £229.99 @ Screwfix
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MAKITA DLX2221S 18V 3.0AH LI-ION LXT Brushless Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twinpack £229.99 @ Screwfix

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Posted 10th Jan

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Compact combi drill and impact driver, both with twin LED worklights, variable speed control, electronic brakes and brushless motors for extended run time per battery charge cycle. Both units benefit from the Makita XPT system, which reduces both water and dust ingress when used in harsh weather conditions. The combi drill has a 2-speed gearbox with all-metal gears for extra durability. Impact driver features Assist mode, which slowly increases the power delivery as the unit comes under load, making it easier to drive fixings.

  • 1 x 18V Brushless Combi Drill 40Nm
  • 1 x 18V Brushless Impact Driver 140Nm
  • 2 x 18V 3.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries
  • 1 x 60min Charger
  • 1 x Heavy Duty Carry Case
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The brushless impact driver does 140nm? Can’t be right.... that seems far to weak
TonySquared10/01/2020 10:28

The brushless impact driver does 140nm? Can’t be right.... that seems far t …The brushless impact driver does 140nm? Can’t be right.... that seems far to weak


That's only 5nm more than the 10.8v on both drill and impact... couldn't agree more
HarryBobs10/01/2020 10:31

That's only 5nm more than the 10.8v on both drill and impact... couldn't …That's only 5nm more than the 10.8v on both drill and impact... couldn't agree more


What price does that come in at?
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HarryBobs10/01/2020 10:31

That's only 5nm more than the 10.8v on both drill and impact... couldn't …That's only 5nm more than the 10.8v on both drill and impact... couldn't agree more


Makes no sense as I have an old 18v impact which does 152 and its not brushless....

Anyway selling off my 18v stuff in favour of 10.8v
These are compact versions...so you can use the same batteries and have a more compact tool. Not everything needs power.
Those 3Ah batteries looks enormous already. What are the 5AH like when attached!!! Got to be some photoshopping done!
RickyWong10/01/2020 11:18

Those 3Ah batteries looks enormous already. What are the 5AH like when …Those 3Ah batteries looks enormous already. What are the 5AH like when attached!!! Got to be some photoshopping done!



3ah and 5ah are the same physical size
AmmarM9810/01/2020 11:17

These are compact versions...so you can use the same batteries and have a …These are compact versions...so you can use the same batteries and have a more compact tool. Not everything needs power.


Oh I see, what a waste of money! May as well go 10.8v to have proper compact and light!
TonySquared10/01/2020 11:30

Oh I see, what a waste of money! May as well go 10.8v to have proper …Oh I see, what a waste of money! May as well go 10.8v to have proper compact and light!


I disagree. Surely the 18v is more versatile than a 10.8v.
10.8v = small/light diy jobs
18v = Covers most jobs.
For the exact same money you’re getting a better all round package. No brainer really!
The_Shepherd10/01/2020 11:56

I disagree. Surely the 18v is more versatile than a 10.8v. 10.8v = …I disagree. Surely the 18v is more versatile than a 10.8v. 10.8v = small/light diy jobs18v = Covers most jobs. For the exact same money you’re getting a better all round package. No brainer really!


Agree if you want the power, but these don’t have it, so if you want small and light with basically the same power as the above then go 10.8v.

These have basically been made for those who already have the 18v batteries and think due to them being 18v must be better than 10.8v, which is just not the case.

The only 18v tool I have kept is my impact wrench. All the others I have gone with 10.8v as the power of the brushless is more than enough for day to day jobs, and they are extremely light and versatile. If I was in the trade I perhaps wouldn’t buy 10.8v but wouldn’t buy these either.
Edited by: "TonySquared" 10th Jan
whiteface10/01/2020 11:28

3ah and 5ah are the same physical size


Outrageous. So someone can just print a load of 5AH labels and stick it to the side of 3AH battery and sell them for a nice margin...
The_Shepherd10/01/2020 11:56

I disagree. Surely the 18v is more versatile than a 10.8v. 10.8v = …I disagree. Surely the 18v is more versatile than a 10.8v. 10.8v = small/light diy jobs18v = Covers most jobs. For the exact same money you’re getting a better all round package. No brainer really!


In fairness the 10.8/12v ones are ragged on a bit much I feel.
I use them in the Trade, varying from kitchen fits, plasterboarding, timber and so on. The impact driver was happy to drive 8 inch screws through a 2x8 and continue to coutersink them, it was hard but fortunately that's a rarity, batteries lasted absolutely ages. the drill was torquey enough to drive 2 inch self tappers through a 2x4 and sheet steel on low gear. does struggle with 10mm in 3mm steel though.

Granted they're not good for hard duties, they excel where it's general purpose work. I only picked the 12v set up for the impact, at £100 it's a fair play considering I no longer have to carry my old dewalt around.
I'd still recommend the 18v lot if you're expanding tools or getting into the game though, the 12v is good when you know you won't need something overkill, but it'll pull its weight when needed.
BritishCadet_10/01/2020 19:16

In fairness the 10.8/12v ones are ragged on a bit much I feel. I use them …In fairness the 10.8/12v ones are ragged on a bit much I feel. I use them in the Trade, varying from kitchen fits, plasterboarding, timber and so on. The impact driver was happy to drive 8 inch screws through a 2x8 and continue to coutersink them, it was hard but fortunately that's a rarity, batteries lasted absolutely ages. the drill was torquey enough to drive 2 inch self tappers through a 2x4 and sheet steel on low gear. does struggle with 10mm in 3mm steel though. Granted they're not good for hard duties, they excel where it's general purpose work. I only picked the 12v set up for the impact, at £100 it's a fair play considering I no longer have to carry my old dewalt around. I'd still recommend the 18v lot if you're expanding tools or getting into the game though, the 12v is good when you know you won't need something overkill, but it'll pull its weight when needed.


Nice balanced opinion. Thank you.
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