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Makita HP347 14.4v hammer drill driver x2 batteries, charger, case + acc set @ ITS £64.99 delivered
Makita HP347 14.4v hammer drill driver x2 batteries, charger, case + acc set @ ITS £64.99 delivered

Makita HP347 14.4v hammer drill driver x2 batteries, charger, case + acc set @ ITS £64.99 delivered

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NOT compatible with lxt / cxt batteries.

Think this is a good offer for a household hammer drill driver for the monies.
Makita HP347 hammer drill driver.
2x 14.4v batteries 1.3AH.
1x 60 min charger.
carry case with 75 piece accessory set.

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Was just going to post it. £10 better price than last weeks offer.

just to slow

crap drill you want an 18v if you want a decent one with lithium batteries these run out of battery in no time and no power

I agree, 18V is the way to go but if someone only needs it to drill a couple of holes in a year it's good enough.
Edited by: "Buckyball" 19th Nov 2016

Buckyball

I agree, 18V is the way to go but if someone only needs it to drill a … I agree, 18V is the way to go but if someone only needs it to drill a couple of holes in a year it's good enough.



​sounds like being married!

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MonkeyMan90

crap drill you want an 18v if you want a decent one with lithium … crap drill you want an 18v if you want a decent one with lithium batteries these run out of battery in no time and no power


Lazy bar steward. Try to post a legible comment.

Buckyball

I agree, 18V is the way to go but if someone only needs it to drill a … I agree, 18V is the way to go but if someone only needs it to drill a couple of holes in a year it's good enough.



MonkeyMan90

crap drill you want an 18v if you want a decent one with lithium … crap drill you want an 18v if you want a decent one with lithium batteries these run out of battery in no time and no power


Maybe if your using it professionally in your work every day yes I would agree this would not be the ideal drill..

If its to drill a few holes now and again for DIY this would be absolutely perfect, why spend pro money when your only going to use it rarely and most of the time its parked up in the shed...
If you want to be a pro then think like a pro, a pro wouldn't spend and waste money where its not needed!

A very good DIY drill £5 better than last week's offer from Toolstop.

I assume this is the same model as the £70 one from Toolshop last week? Mine arrived and I used it for a couple of days this week at work. Does the job well enough, but all I was doing was drilling holes into wood and plaster to hang TVs. Sufficient enough for me

assez de beaucoup

Only a 10mm chuck, which shouldn't bother most people but just so peeps know (e.g. if you have existing large bits you may use).

It's £64.94 with delivery.

MonkeyMan90

crap drill you want an 18v if you want a decent one with lithium … crap drill you want an 18v if you want a decent one with lithium batteries these run out of battery in no time and no power


Isn't Li-ion means lithium ion.

morrig

Isn't Li-ion means lithium ion.



​Yes these are lithium but only 1.3 so drain in no time the lithium lxt 3.0ah are the better ones.

is this post from the company or a consumer like us

The Stanley Fatmax 18v 2Ah from Argos is worth the extra fiver, much more powerful torque rating and longer lasting 2ah batts

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bargain. good enough for the occasional bodger!!
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