Makita Drill Set 10.8v CXT Slide Twin Pack Drill Driver  / Impact Driver £112.13 Delivered / MAKITA DBO180Z Orbit sander body £76.51 @ PowertoolWorld (using code)
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Makita Drill Set 10.8v CXT Slide Twin Pack Drill Driver / Impact Driver £112.13 Delivered / MAKITA DBO180Z Orbit sander body £76.51 @ PowertoolWorld (using code)

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Found 26th May 2016
Code: CLX77

Already down to £121.49 Which i think is about the cheapest anyway.
Using the code above you get another £9.36 off making it £112.13 delivered

What's in the box

1x DF331D Drill Driver
1x DF331D Belt Clip
1x TD110D Impact Driver
1x TD110D Belt Clip
2x Driver Bits
2x BL1020B 2.0Ah 10.8v Slide Batteries
1x DC10WC 10.8v Slide Charger
1x Makpac Connector Case Type 1

More info below and in link (as per)

Makita have launched their new 10.8v CXT 'Slide' range, including this impressive twin kit including DF331D Drill Driver and the TD110D Impact Driver. This kit comes complete with 2x BL1020B 10.8v 2.0Ah slide batteries, DC10WC 10.8v slide battery charger and a Makpac connector case (type 1).

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DBO180 Random Orbit Sander Body Only

Code: DBO11
Brings it down to £71.56 from £80.40 + Del = £76.51
Still works out the cheapest from what i can see

The Makita DBO180Z has been developed as Makita's first cordless random orbit sander powered by 18V Li-ion batteries. It has a compact design with short height and lower center of gravity for better maneuverability. Ergonomically best possible grip design for comfortable handling. Excellent performance as powerful AC model gives high productivity.

SPECIFICATION

Orbits per Minute: 7000/9500/11000 opm
Orbit Diameter: 2.8 mm
Battery Type: Lithium-ion
Sanding Stroke per Minute: 14000/19000/22000 spm
Speed Control: 3 stage push button
Charging Time: 22 min
Pad brake: Yes
Paper Fastening: Hook & Loop
Pad Size: 123 mm
Paper Size: 125 mm
Maximum Output: 190 w
Voltage: 18v
Net weight: 1.7 kg
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Makita DBO180Z LXT 18v 125mm Random Orbit Sander Body Only - Code: DBO11 - Here - £76.51 delivered

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Edited by: "NeoTrix" 26th May 2016
Are these the Li-ion batteries?
SPECIFICATION

Battery Type: 10.8v Slide Li-Ion
Voltage: 10.8v
Chuck Capacity: 0.8 – 10 mm
Max. in steel: 10 mm
Max. in wood: 21 mm
Torque Settings; S/H Nm: 14/30
Noise sound pressure: 70 dB(A)
Noise K factor: 3 dB(A)
No Load Speed (Hi): 0 - 1,700 rpm
No Load Speed (Lo): 0 - 450 rpm
Torque Settings: 18+ drill
Vibration: Drilling: 2.5 m/sec²
Vibration K factor: 1.5 m/sec²
Net weight: 1.3 kg
excellent find

Are these the Li-ion batteries?



No, kinetic.
These are powered by minions.....
10.8v is weak
Powered by phantom Li-ion batteries made by fairies in a fenced off field in Narnia where Unicorns lock horns when the sun rises.
Well, the orbital sander uses those type of batteries from what I can see, the drill,impact driver set uses normal ones by the look of it.

10.8v is weak



For your domestic user I don't think that would be a problem at this price.
I've got a Milwaukee drill driver set and it's bloody impressive yet only 12 volts.
Love my makita 18v lxt stuff. I can't see the advantage of 10.8v. I guess a good deal. Voted hot for the sander ( which I already own!)
These are powered by minions.....
Personally wouldn't bother going for anything other than 18v - all the good stuff is 18v, you'd just be tying yourself into another set of batteries. Go Makita, go 18v and that's all you'll ever need.
I just tried to buy it however it comes up as full-price at £129.99, with the discount this means it is £119.95. Am I missing something?

For your domestic user I don't think that would be a problem at this … For your domestic user I don't think that would be a problem at this price.I've got a Milwaukee drill driver set and it's bloody impressive yet only 12 volts.


I have the older style Makita impact driver and drill set, 10.8v, absolutely faultless performance for jobs around the house and shed etc. I suppose this new style means you could get higher capacity batteries as opposed to the older in-grip style.
DBO11 not working for me
I have a mains powered makta impact this is some strong stuff, easily breaks off bolt heads!
Don't forget to register within 30 days to get your 3 year warranty
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Don't forget to register within 30 days to get your 3 year … Don't forget to register within 30 days to get your 3 year warrantyhttps://www.makitauk.com/service-web/register-form.html



Yeah! I think the info comes in the package to be honest. A good shout if people miss it or don't realise. Cheers!
spannerzone

Don't forget to register within 30 days to get your 3 year … Don't forget to register within 30 days to get your 3 year warrantyhttps://www.makitauk.com/service-web/register-form.html

NeoTrix

Yeah! I think the info comes in the package to be honest. A good shout … Yeah! I think the info comes in the package to be honest. A good shout if people miss it or don't realise. Cheers!


I've just registered my new Makita impact driver 10 mins ago (also from Powertool World) so thought I'd remind others, it's one of those things you forget all about doing.

Edited by: "spannerzone" 30th May 2016
Nice one... price up a tenner but still went for it thanks OP
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