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Milwaukee combi hammer drill and impact driver pair. Only £247 with voucher code 32q0pcf from anglia tool centre
Milwaukee combi hammer drill and impact driver pair. Only £247 with voucher code 32q0pcf from anglia tool centre

Milwaukee combi hammer drill and impact driver pair. Only £247 with voucher code 32q0pcf from anglia tool centre

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Milwaukee combi hammer drill and impact driver pair. 2x 18v lithium ion 4ah batteries charger and case for £247! With code 32q0pcf That's diy price! Free next day delivery too. Check out the specs there a power house.

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Good deal

Probably should have put Milwaukee in the title.

I've got this set, it's crap and only aimed at DIY. The drill struggles though softwood (even 22mm Irwin auger bits), and bits are forever getting stuck in the chuck.

Plus the box is shocking, there's barely room to fit any dill bits etc.

Original Poster

MrWani

Probably should have put Milwaukee in the title.


I'll edit it, thanks.
themorgatron

I've got this set, it's crap and only aimed at DIY. The drill struggles … I've got this set, it's crap and only aimed at DIY. The drill struggles though softwood (even 22mm Irwin auger bits), and bits are forever getting stuck in the chuck. Plus the box is shocking, there's barely room to fit any dill bits etc.


Hi have you tried dropping to 1st gear? Drops the speed ups the torque. Or try using auger bits. Most boxes are ment to house the drills and charger and not much else, otherwise they wouldn't sell any toolboxes. Thanks for your input though.

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themorgatron

I've got this set, it's crap and only aimed at DIY. The drill struggles … I've got this set, it's crap and only aimed at DIY. The drill struggles though softwood (even 22mm Irwin auger bits), and bits are forever getting stuck in the chuck. Plus the box is shocking, there's barely room to fit any dill bits etc.



HA,HA LOL, you must have a Makita

I've got this drill and the fuel version of the impact driver and it's brilliant..

Brushed motor & low torque is diy.entry level in my opinion."max 60nm is optimistic for drilling 13mm in steel " & kits lower 180nm variable speed impact driver lacks any torque control .


Edited by: "choices" 2nd Jul

rhodyate4 h, 10 m ago

HA,HA LOL, you must have a Makita

​u must never used proper makita combi....
Makita DHP481 generates 125Nm of torque which is more than twice powerful than that Milwaukee toy!!!!
dream on super aldi drill user

Original Poster

I'm a Panasonic man dude. But the m18 battery platform is great. Loads of scope for body only deals and this kit gets you 2x 4ah batteries so you get the drills for pennies. They will be great for most people's needs anyway. What are you driving in that needs 125nm?
Edited by: "ridemytools" 2nd Jul

I would not want to be holding that with 125 Nm going through it.

ridemytools

Milwaukee combi hammer drill and impact driver Check out the specs there … Milwaukee combi hammer drill and impact driver Check out the specs there a power house.\x09\x09\x09\x09\x09


try driving these with them toys screwfix.com/p/s…349
[quote=ridemytools]

own the hammer drill , use it for diy and its pleasant to use.
I wanted something more reliable than the diy brands but not cost the earth like the Makita, which is in another range and price
the batteries do make many sets expensive

drilling 7mm drill bit in to brick is loud, so if i have to do more that 2 holes I would probably get my wired sds out.
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