MAKTEC BY MAKITA  MT081X100  18V Cordless Combi Drill Driver with 2 x 1.5Ah Batteries & Kit Box - £79.98 @ CPC

MAKTEC BY MAKITA MT081X100 18V Cordless Combi Drill Driver with 2 x 1.5Ah Batteries & Kit Box - £79.98 @ CPC

Found 11th Apr
A complete drill kit which comes with 2 x 1.5Ah Li-Ion batteries, charger, 72 piece drill & bit set built into the carry case.The combi drill is ideal for screwdriving, drilling and hammer drilling into masonry, metal, wood and plastic.
  • Compact and lightweight design
  • 16 Torque setting + drill mode SW
  • 13mm Keyless chuck
  • Variable speed control by trigger
  • 2 Speed gearbox
  • Electronic motor brake for precise screwdriving
  • Rubberized non-slip Soft Grip handle provide more control and reduced fatigue

ContentsContents: Drill, 2 x 1.5Ah Lion batteries, charger, case and 72 piece accessory set
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Old stock,2014
beljata12 m ago

Old stock,2014

Does that make it no good?
Edited by: "col11" 11th Apr
beljata29 m ago

Old stock,2014

This set came out 2017 apparently
1.5ah batteries seems odd for a makita .
Maktec are not in production since. I got 2 sets , all 4 batteries are dead . Used only 4-5 times.
Pay a little extra,get a Dewalt drill,the biz!
not sure why anyone would buy this.
for £10-£20 more and get…16t
consumer end not trade end... too plastic'y!
Maktec are Makitas offerings to the DIY market. A bit like Bosch green compared to the blue professional range. Problem is the price is not a lot different to professional tools when they come on special offer at tool outlets.
Some misinformation here. As others have said, Maktec is long gone so this old stock. Might not be a bad thing, so long as Makita have stock of the batteries to replace them if these are duffers. Maktec was re-branded MT a few years back. They're old-tech Makita mainline tools, i.e. what was blue Makita a few years ago, re-branded and possibly with a few cost-savings thrown in. They're still marketed to pro's (albeit ones who may not use said tool day-in, day-out), and still backed by Makita's 3 year pro-use warranty. They're not strictly DIY tools and absolutely not the equivalent of green Bosch.
Sometimes the cost difference between the main line and MT version is minimal, in which case it makes sense to go for the lastest version (main line), but in a lot of cases the difference can be significant (1/4" router at half the price, for example). Either way they're still generally much better value than the equivalently priced offerings from DIY brands.
Edited by: "deleted801301" 13th Apr
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