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Makita 18V LXT Brushless Jigsaw Body Only DJV182 £100 @ Homebase
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Makita 18V LXT Brushless Jigsaw Body Only DJV182 £100 @ Homebase

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Posted 17th Aug

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Great deal on this, just picked one up in Homebase Frome. Worth keeping an eye on stock close to you, a lot of people will reserve and not collect so it become available again in a couple of days.
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Might help if you spell the brand name correctly!
Thank you....
I’ve reserved one but I have heard these have a slow pressure sensitive start feature that may not be to everyone’s taste. Great price though.
great deal if you can get one.
Not sure why this is going cold!
trustory17/08/2019 17:36

Not sure why this is going cold!


It might be the horrid soft start Makita implemented on the brushless model or the infuriating button push required before every restart over a couple of seconds off.

I originally bought the brushless but it’s a back-up to the brushed version I bought afterwards. Makita really messed up the jigsaw so the older model is the one to get and as an extra bonus it’s usually cheaper.

Makita is generally excellent gear with a class leading range of 18v tools, the brushless tools they make are a real improvement but the jigsaw is the exception.
paulrj17/08/2019 17:51

It might be the horrid soft start Makita implemented on the brushless …It might be the horrid soft start Makita implemented on the brushless model or the infuriating button push required before every restart over a couple of seconds off.I originally bought the brushless but it’s a back-up to the brushed version I bought afterwards. Makita really messed up the jigsaw so the older model is the one to get and as an extra bonus it’s usually cheaper. Makita is generally excellent gear with a class leading range of 18v tools, the brushless tools they make are a real improvement but the jigsaw is the exception.


ah probably a result that they didnt have the one i reserved then!
paulrj17/08/2019 17:51

It might be the horrid soft start Makita implemented on the brushless …It might be the horrid soft start Makita implemented on the brushless model or the infuriating button push required before every restart over a couple of seconds off.I originally bought the brushless but it’s a back-up to the brushed version I bought afterwards. Makita really messed up the jigsaw so the older model is the one to get and as an extra bonus it’s usually cheaper. Makita is generally excellent gear with a class leading range of 18v tools, the brushless tools they make are a real improvement but the jigsaw is the exception.


You probably aren’t wrong but I struggle with this site sometimes. It’s not a product review page it should be a score of value for the posted product
trustory17/08/2019 22:18

You probably aren’t wrong but I struggle with this site sometimes. It’s not …You probably aren’t wrong but I struggle with this site sometimes. It’s not a product review page it should be a score of value for the posted product


I didn’t vote either way, it’s a very good price for the product posted but I believe the brushed version is a better product.
The flaws I pointed out don’t bother some people and certainly for them it’s good value, well worth posting.
trustory17/08/2019 17:36

Not sure why this is going cold!


Maybe it's because it's the 12th Makita homebase deal to be posted within an 8 hour period. We get it, homebase are clearing Makita stock. Every item doesn't need to be posted individually. Just people looking to get on the heat bandwagon IMO. Plus the fact that there's barely any stock anywhere, so it's only ever going to go cold.
Barrel grips are better.
minimoff18/08/2019 05:35

Maybe it's because it's the 12th Makita homebase deal to be posted within …Maybe it's because it's the 12th Makita homebase deal to be posted within an 8 hour period. We get it, homebase are clearing Makita stock. Every item doesn't need to be posted individually. Just people looking to get on the heat bandwagon IMO. Plus the fact that there's barely any stock anywhere, so it's only ever going to go cold.


More likely that there is only 1 in stock on the Isle of Mann
paulrj17/08/2019 17:51

It might be the horrid soft start Makita implemented on the brushless …It might be the horrid soft start Makita implemented on the brushless model or the infuriating button push required before every restart over a couple of seconds off.I originally bought the brushless but it’s a back-up to the brushed version I bought afterwards. Makita really messed up the jigsaw so the older model is the one to get and as an extra bonus it’s usually cheaper. Makita is generally excellent gear with a class leading range of 18v tools, the brushless tools they make are a real improvement but the jigsaw is the exception.


I dont mind either the lock or the soft start
Krizzo320/08/2019 18:33

I dont mind either the lock or the soft start


I expect you like the macpak cases too then
paulrj20/08/2019 21:35

I expect you like the macpak cases too then


Fk no

Tstak at the moment, yet only maikita kit lol
Homebase have bankrupt me this week. Managed to get the Makita jigsaw, reciprocating saw, planer, vacuum cleaner, blower, multi tool and SDS drill. My two local Homebases had good stock of all items fortunately. I still don't know how good these prices actually were so I'll research properly before unpacking and disposing of the boxes.
Hassann21/08/2019 01:05

Homebase have bankrupt me this week. Managed to get the Makita jigsaw, …Homebase have bankrupt me this week. Managed to get the Makita jigsaw, reciprocating saw, planer, vacuum cleaner, blower, multi tool and SDS drill. My two local Homebases had good stock of all items fortunately. I still don't know how good these prices actually were so I'll research properly before unpacking and disposing of the boxes.


I got the SDS and the jigsaw, the SDS is the cheapest current price and equal to amazons cheapest ever price and the jigsaw is £38 cheaper than amazons cheapest ever price and it looks to be the best price around
Hassann21/08/2019 01:05

Homebase have bankrupt me this week. Managed to get the Makita jigsaw, …Homebase have bankrupt me this week. Managed to get the Makita jigsaw, reciprocating saw, planer, vacuum cleaner, blower, multi tool and SDS drill. My two local Homebases had good stock of all items fortunately. I still don't know how good these prices actually were so I'll research properly before unpacking and disposing of the boxes.



Wow....nice one. If at all possible, could you add the prices as looking to get most of the tools you bought to add to my collection and new flat renovation, of which it's one helluva job, esp as I'll be doing most it myself. Tia.
cheaperbythe1221/08/2019 11:10

Wow....nice one. If at all possible, could you add the prices as looking …Wow....nice one. If at all possible, could you add the prices as looking to get most of the tools you bought to add to my collection and new flat renovation, of which it's one helluva job, esp as I'll be doing most it myself. Tia.


Bear with me, I'll make a list for you. Just need to get hold of my receipts. I managed to get everything other than the circular saw which couldn't be reserved and collected online. Locals did not have any unfortunately
Edited by: "Hassann" 21st Aug
cheaperbythe1221/08/2019 11:10

Wow....nice one. If at all possible, could you add the prices as looking …Wow....nice one. If at all possible, could you add the prices as looking to get most of the tools you bought to add to my collection and new flat renovation, of which it's one helluva job, esp as I'll be doing most it myself. Tia.


I believe they've all been sold now but you may see some reservations pop up that weren't collected.

Here's what I managed to get hold of:

Makita DKP180Z - £87.50 (Planer)
Makita DCL180ZB - £24.50 (Vacuum Cleaner)
Makita DHR202Z - £79.00 (SDS Drill)
Makita DJR186Z - £64.50 (Reciprocating Saw)
Makita DJV182Z - £100 (Brushless Jigsaw)
Makita DTM51Z - £69.50 (Multi Tool)

Bosch 70pc Drill Bit Set - £12.50
Ryobi 90pc Drill Bit Set - £15.00

Kincrome 5 Drawer Tool Trolley - £58.75 (absolute bargain!)
2 x Supatool 9 Drawer Tool Chests - 1 @ £46.50 and 1 @ £40.00 due to dent (both were an absolute bargain!)

Ozito 13w Metal Engraver - £5.00

Hope that helps!
Hassan
Edited by: "Hassann" 22nd Aug
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