Milwaukee C18PD-32 18v Combi Hammer Drill KIt 2 x 3.0ah Red battery £199 @ FFX
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Milwaukee C18PD-32 18v Combi Hammer Drill KIt 2 x 3.0ah Red battery £199 @ FFX

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Found 26th May 2013
Took a while to find a meaty cordless hammer drill that I could use for screw driver work too but came across this deal at FFX. Not everyone will want to spend £200 on a cordless drill but if you're doing more than hanging a couple of pictures up, you'll appreciate this.

Saving claimed is £159 but I think it's closer to £50quid when compared to buyaparcel.com but that's £50 I'd rather have in my pocket.

Milwaukee 18 Volt Compact Combi Drill
• The Milwaukee C18PD32 18V Li -ion Hammer Drill/Driver delivers maximum performance and long life thanks to its all metal gearbox.
•The compact C18PD32 has reduced length and width making it ideal for working in confined areas.
•Milwaukee patented electronics in both the C18PD32 and battery pack deliver revolutionary durability and run time. Built in LED job light and battery fuel gauge make your life easier on the job.
•The battery produce 40% more battery life, 20% more torque, it’s lighter, stronger and more efficient than the normal lithium ion battery.

Specification
• 2 x 3.0Ah Red Li -Ion Battery

• 60 Minute Charger

• Rotary/Rotary Hammer

• 13mm Chuck

• Variable Speed

• Reverse Action

• 2 Speed Gearbox

• 51Nm Max Torque

• 23 Position Torque Settings

• Drilling Capacity 32mm (Wood)

• Drilling Capacity 13mm (Metal)

• Drilling Capacity 13mm (Masonry)

• No Load Speed 0 -450/0 -1700rpm

• Weight 1.8kg

• Carry Case

Part no. : 4933410668
Barcode : 4002395237067

11 Comments

you could have bought a Makita for less - now they are good!!!

LizzyG

you could have bought a Makita for less - now they are good!!!



Or a DeWalt

not a bad price considering it has 3 amp batteries supplied with it, most deals leave you with a 1.3 amp battery which isn't going to last that long between charges in comparism

Milwaukee used to be a top machine before the Chinese got hold of it, buy a bosch blue or makita for less.

Milwaukee's are just as good as Makita or DeWalt.

DO NOT BUY IT!!!!!!!
Electronic controller in the trigger switch will die in no time! You will hear quiet 'pop' sound and your drill is useless after that. New switch kit cost 50-60 quid. Better buy makita, cheaper more relailable...

Original Poster

bruteforce

DO NOT BUY IT!!!!!!!Electronic controller in the trigger switch will die … DO NOT BUY IT!!!!!!!Electronic controller in the trigger switch will die in no time! You will hear quiet 'pop' sound and your drill is useless after that. New switch kit cost 50-60 quid. Better buy makita, cheaper more relailable...



Got any web links on this or just from personal experience?

Original Poster

I got mine and it doesn't have made in China anywhere. Germany appears a lot and it has a 3 year warranty.

Looks and feels like a quality piece of kit. Comparable to the AEG that was posted I think, perhaps better.

SomebodE

I got mine and it doesn't have made in China anywhere. Germany appears a … I got mine and it doesn't have made in China anywhere. Germany appears a lot and it has a 3 year warranty.Looks and feels like a quality piece of kit. Comparable to the AEG that was posted I think, perhaps better.



Quite possibly the same as the AEG as its the same company that own it.

en.wikipedia.org/wik…ion

Original Poster

It's been voted cold so kind of academic

Absolutely brilliant tools! Dewalt and makita aren't in the same league as these. Dewalt and makita are for DIY enthusiasts these are for the experts. Have this and a impact driver and standard screwdriver with impact and I've had a dewalt equivalent impact that burnt out in 3 months, drill that lasted about 6 months and a makita that couldn't drive a 6 inch screw without a struggle. Been using this for approx 16 months and worked them harder than a 10 year old pit pony and still it hasn't missed a beat. Worth every penny and double a dewalt anyday!!
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