Milwaukee M12 BPD-202C with 2xLi-ion batteries, charge and case £99.82 @ Toolstation
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Milwaukee M12 BPD-202C with 2xLi-ion batteries, charge and case £99.82 @ Toolstation

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They are doing a discount on the whole range, but this little drill is the best deal by far. Saving over £60 to the nearest competitor.

Little drills like this are invaluable tools for your odd job round the house, perfect for driving screws or the odd drilling job.

Milwaukee are a quality brand.

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Original Poster

Noticed there is another thread covering the toolstation discount on the whole range, but think this deserves its own thread as its the only one really worth pointing out.

TWELVE volt ? Isn't that a bit....weak ?

i have this particular model and trust me it keeps up with alot of 18v alternatives. great build quality and light which helps if your doing a big job for example putting a fence up.

of course it has it's limitations like anything, really depends what your doing with it.

PhilK

TWELVE volt ? Isn't that a bit....weak ?



​I used to think the same but my 10v is a tad bit less than a makita 18v. which is a real endorsement.
I easily use the 10v ten times more than my makita.
also try doing plasterboard on walls and ceilings with a 18-24v over the 10-12 V ones and you'll be onboard with the idea real quick!

polarbaba

​I used to think the same but my 10v is a tad bit less than a makita 18v. … ​I used to think the same but my 10v is a tad bit less than a makita 18v. which is a real endorsement. I easily use the 10v ten times more than my makita.also try doing plasterboard on walls and ceilings with a 18-24v over the 10-12 V ones and you'll be onboard with the idea real quick!


Cheers for the reassurance ! X);)

We have a couple of these in our workshop and they are superb. I personally use Bosch and my workmate uses Makita and we both agree that after using the Milwaukee's they are better.

PhilK

TWELVE volt ? Isn't that a bit....weak ?



Maximum torque: 30Nm
Maximum torque: 25/45Nm Makita 18v DHP459

bobo53

£24.99 very similar and possibly … £24.99 very similar and possibly betterhttp://www.lidl.co.uk/en/our-offers-2491.htm?action=showDetail&id=41131



Definitely not better but worth £24.99 if your using it around the house. Wouldn't last long on site. The Milwaukee has hammer action and bigger capacity batteries.

!2v, not the most powerful but would be great to have as a second drive with screwdriver bits in, so keeping your main drill with the drill bit in. (no swapping bit as you work).

bobo53

£24.99 very similar and possibly … £24.99 very similar and possibly betterhttp://www.lidl.co.uk/en/our-offers-2491.htm?action=showDetail&id=41131


For £25 would be great for the home DIY'er or as a screwdriver, but one battery you may need to buy two just for the battery.

ohreally

Maximum torque: 30NmMaximum torque: 25/45Nm Makita 18v DHP459


Good point made.But there is a BIG range for the Makita, while no range to compare with the Milwaukee. Still decent of course but more like the companies sales pitch than actual comparison, no offence intended. (_;)

I moved over to Milwaukee a couple of years ago having previously used Bosch Blue/Makita. No contest as the Milwaukee are better in every respect. The 12v has enough torque for everything I've thrown at it and is perfect for overhead and restricted access working. A decent range of battery capacities are available. The quick charger is particularly effective.

polarbaba

​I used to think the same but my 10v is a tad bit less than a makita 18v. … ​I used to think the same but my 10v is a tad bit less than a makita 18v. which is a real endorsement.



Of course your 10(.8)v is a 12v, its just a marketing difference

toolguyd.com/12v…ms/

we have 2 of these at work and I have to say these are amazing! holds charge forever and as long as your using quality drill bits it can go through anything

absolute bargain

I have one of these, I had though it was excellent quality, but the torque adjustment ring on mine is stuck on one position. Apart from that, really fantastic, even for small jobs drilling into stone, with the hammer action. Also one of the most important things with any make of drill is the battery charger. If you have a rubbish charger which takes all day, then it makes the whole drill a lot less useful. These normally come with an excellent one hour charger.

I was about to pick up a top end brushless Erbauer tomorrow-

Your text here

How does these drills compare? would 12v keep up with the 18v erbauer?

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wxxhrt

I was about to pick up a top end brushless Erbauer tomorrow- Your text … I was about to pick up a top end brushless Erbauer tomorrow- Your text hereHow does these drills compare? would 12v keep up with the 18v erbauer?



They are different drills really. The Erbauer is a bulkier drill, but has more power and a brushless motor theoretically lasts longer. That said Milwuakee are a top end brand, and you pay for that, same deal as buying a DeWalt.

Small drills like this are great for smaller jobs, easier to carry around and nicer to use. But if you are going to need the power and longevity on each charge of the Ebauer then go for that one.

luvsadeal

Definitely not better but worth £24.99 if your using it around the house. … Definitely not better but worth £24.99 if your using it around the house. Wouldn't last long on site. The Milwaukee has hammer action and bigger capacity batteries.


I think most people WOULD be using around the house reading this
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