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Makita HR140DZ 12v 14mm CXT SDS Rotary Hammer Drill - Body Only- £49.95 @ ahcpowertools / eBay
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Makita HR140DZ 12v 14mm CXT SDS Rotary Hammer Drill - Body Only- £49.95 @ ahcpowertools / eBay

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Posted 31st Oct

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As in the title 11+ available

You can also purchase from FFX on eBay for around £45 with the 15% off code but that runs out in a few hours so thought I would let everyone see this link instead.
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Cold, this is generally available for £45, the brushless version was £45 a couple of weeks ago too
nzadok31/10/2019 17:09

Cold, this is generally available for £45, the brushless version was £45 a …Cold, this is generally available for £45, the brushless version was £45 a couple of weeks ago too


Link please for £45 and do you have a time machine for the brushless?
Already posted last week
nzadok31/10/2019 17:23

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/makita-hr166dz-12v-cxt-sds-hammer-drill-body-only-3311617


Deal is expired and for the wrong version, you said this version is £45, still waiting on a link... you can get it for £45ish for the next few hours with FFX as stated.
Good drill good after sales service hot
Be careful, this is CXT not LXT
Solac31/10/2019 17:49

Be careful, this is CXT not LXT


Agreed, cxt has violent tendencies, lxt is a lot more placid.... care should be taken
Solac31/10/2019 17:49

Be careful, this is CXT not LXT


What's the difference?
HarryBobs31/10/2019 20:02

Cxt is 10.8/12v and lxt is 18v


Wish I had known about the 12v part, some cheap batteries were going and I missed them! I do have 8 x 4ah tho... so that should keep me going
Edited by: "TonySquared" 31st Oct
TonySquared31/10/2019 20:06

Wish I had known about the 12v part, some cheap batteries were going and I …Wish I had known about the 12v part, some cheap batteries were going and I missed them! I do have 8 x 4ah tho... so that should keep me going


I've been patiently waiting for some cxt Makita batteries to pop up on here cheap....looks like you're sorted with 8x 4ah ones 🏼 🏼 🏼
HarryBobs31/10/2019 20:16

I've been patiently waiting for some cxt Makita batteries to pop up on …I've been patiently waiting for some cxt Makita batteries to pop up on here cheap....looks like you're sorted with 8x 4ah ones 🏼 🏼 🏼


I got mine last year, ffx did a deal, £63 for 3, year before that I imported 3 from Germany for around £80 including shipping and more recently got 2 with my HR166DSMJ deal (£140 for the kit). That will do me for a while. I have the sds, multi tool, rip saw, Hoover... love the 10.8v set.
Edited by: "TonySquared" 31st Oct
TonySquared31/10/2019 20:21

I got mine last year, ffx did a deal, £63 for 3, year before that I …I got mine last year, ffx did a deal, £63 for 3, year before that I imported 3 from Germany for around £80 including shipping and more recently got 2 with my HR166DSMJ deal (£140 for the kit). That will do me for a while. I have the sds, multi tool, rip saw, Hoover... love the 10.8v set.


Wow decent price from ffx . The HR166DSMJ was a steal at £49 bare tool. The cxt range is definitely under rated, the brushless impact driver is awesome. Even the cxt combi drill has more power than the older 18v ni-cad Makita drill I have despite what the specs say.
HarryBobs31/10/2019 20:31

Wow decent price from ffx . The HR166DSMJ was a steal at £49 …Wow decent price from ffx . The HR166DSMJ was a steal at £49 bare tool. The cxt range is definitely under rated, the brushless impact driver is awesome. Even the cxt combi drill has more power than the older 18v ni-cad Makita drill I have despite what the specs say.


I was very close to buying the body on its own... but then you need the case (another £20) and the inlay (another £10 - if you can find it at all!)
So when I saw the £140 for the kit it was almost a no brainier, given it cams with 2 x 4ah and a fast charger.
Definitely underrated as you say.
TonySquared31/10/2019 20:39

I was very close to buying the body on its own... but then you need the …I was very close to buying the body on its own... but then you need the case (another £20) and the inlay (another £10 - if you can find it at all!) So when I saw the £140 for the kit it was almost a no brainier, given it cams with 2 x 4ah and a fast charger. Definitely underrated as you say.


Yeah I hear you. A great buy with them batteries plus a fast charger is a must. I only have the standard cxt one currently
I don't really get why a premiium brand like Makita would make an SDS drill in their lower powered range. Aren't SDS drills all about the power.
I have a few of the LXT range, but when I wanted an SDS drill I went for a corded one as I didn't think even 18v LXT would deliver the power needed for drilling bigger holes.
blumminhot31/10/2019 21:38

I don't really get why a premiium brand like Makita would make an SDS …I don't really get why a premiium brand like Makita would make an SDS drill in their lower powered range. Aren't SDS drills all about the power.I have a few of the LXT range, but when I wanted an SDS drill I went for a corded one as I didn't think even 18v LXT would deliver the power needed for drilling bigger holes.


It depends on what you are drilling.
It’s a lovely light drill, and easy to use as well balanced. Plus no need to find a socket or extension lead. But fully agree, if you need a hole for an extractor fan let’s say, then no, corded all the way
Edited by: "TonySquared" 31st Oct
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