Milwaukee M12BPP2B-421C 12V Li-Ion Cordless Compact Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack £133.98 @ Toolstation
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Milwaukee M12BPP2B-421C 12V Li-Ion Cordless Compact Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack £133.98 @ Toolstation

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Found 1st FebEdited by:"matt_1989"
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Great price.

Wish their impact wrench could get to that price!
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£94.44 with code for the naked 18v normally around £150
matt_198959 m ago

https://www.toolstation.com/shop/p93007?table=no£94.44 with code for the …https://www.toolstation.com/shop/p93007?table=no£94.44 with code for the naked 18v normally around £150



powertoolsuk.co.uk/mil…tml £17.87+£6.90 shipping
£24.77 Battery

ebay.co.uk/itm…943
£34.99 charger

Edited by: "Harley_Mick" 1st Feb
i saw some people vote this cold, any specific reason? just wondering since im considering purchasing this.
thanks all
CJ20171 m ago

i saw some people vote this cold, any specific reason? just wondering …i saw some people vote this cold, any specific reason? just wondering since im considering purchasing this.thanks all


As a deal, good value, only thing against it is 12v and Milwaukee have just released a new brushless range of tools.
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4.0ah - £45
2.0 ah - £26
charger - £23
case - £5

leaves the drills less than £20 each give or take... brushless 12v will be 4-5 times that

these are just handy compact drills
not a workhorse that you would use all day
matt_19898 m ago

brushless 12v will be 4-5 times that


powertoolmate.co.uk/Pro…02C£239.99 (inc VAT) Standard Delivery Free

Comes with:

  • M12CPD Fuel Combi Drill
  • M12CID Fuel Compact Impact Driver
  • 2 x M12B4 12V 4.0Ah Batteries
  • C12C Charger
  • Case
Edited by: "Harley_Mick" 1st Feb
toolstation.com/sho…162

That's the wrench I want - 910nm of tongue twisting torque.
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Just over 3 times then...
That's also a good price for brushless it seems,
But that aside its all depends what your requirements are I personally use the 18v dewalt brushless for most day to day jobs

I used to use the 10.8v bosch as they were one of the first with compact drills over 9 years ago for little jobs but the batteries didn't last 5 mins before faulting, liked the idea of having small compact drills again for small tasks and this seemed the be value for money for the amount of use they will personally get with m

leave it up to the individual to decide brushless over brushed , performance over cost...
Verbal.Kint8 m ago

https://www.toolstation.com/shop/p29162That's the wrench I want - 910nm of …https://www.toolstation.com/shop/p29162That's the wrench I want - 910nm of tongue twisting torque.


££££ though, only £240 for kit here
I use the Milwaukee non-brushless (brushed?) 18v range at work - drill, sds, multi tool and impactor - all perform superbly, better than some of my older makita tools. I would question how good a 12v impactor could be though, but probably fine and affordable for general diy or an apprentice. Have some heat
Sir_Deadpool_of_Awesome1 h, 1 m ago

I use the Milwaukee non-brushless (brushed?) 18v range at work - drill, …I use the Milwaukee non-brushless (brushed?) 18v range at work - drill, sds, multi tool and impactor - all perform superbly, better than some of my older makita tools. I would question how good a 12v impactor could be though, but probably fine and affordable for general diy or an apprentice. Have some heat


They have actually great power , will drive a 100mm screw into timber no problem . But are great for kitchen fitters , and 2nd fix joinery . These are too nice for your average DIYer . I use dewalt Brushless myself .
Edited by: "yozzman1234" 1st Feb
I have this Bosch combi drill that I had for a present a couple of years ago, which I have dropped down the stairs twice and still works :
argos.co.uk/pro…BwE

Have used it for erecting studwork (with the addition of my hammer drill for some tasks) and has been ok although sometimes slips on the heads of the screws if working at awkward angles. The battery life on that seems decent enough and is only 1.5ah. I have used my mate's 18v makita impact and was impressed with how easy the screws went in. My question is would it be worth me upgrading to this as it's a 12v rather than an 18v, and does the brushless, non-brushless make any difference? Thanks.
Harley_Mick4 h, 2 m ago

As a deal, good value, only thing against it is 12v and Milwaukee have …As a deal, good value, only thing against it is 12v and Milwaukee have just released a new brushless range of tools.


Thanks, ended up getting it. I don’t need it for many jobs, just here and there so should be ok I hope
Edited by: "CJ2017" 1st Feb
Original Poster
brushless usually means more power with more efficiency... so more screws per charge but id imagine with the 4ah battery with brushes against a 2ah brushless you wouldn't see a great difference
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that and brushes do wear so a brushless motor will last longer
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Vawallpa52 m ago

I have this Bosch combi drill that I had for a present a couple of years …I have this Bosch combi drill that I had for a present a couple of years ago, which I have dropped down the stairs twice and still works :http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4146056?storeID=4656&cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59156|cid:596310901|agid:28594123885|tid:aud-264064232575:pla-290627786078|crid:95887239565|nw:g|rnd:15511409477424528856|dvc:m|adp:1o17|mt:|loc:9060999&gclid=CjwKCAiAksvTBRBFEiwADSBZfORWrrzRfBDTu41Jkgw0gqtDYzw2yzDsPwyF-4trIiZ8oJeg0lGJShoCvSQQAvD_BwEHave used it for erecting studwork (with the addition of my hammer drill for some tasks) and has been ok although sometimes slips on the heads of the screws if working at awkward angles. The battery life on that seems decent enough and is only 1.5ah. I have used my mate's 18v makita impact and was impressed with how easy the screws went in. My question is would it be worth me upgrading to this as it's a 12v rather than an 18v, and does the brushless, non-brushless make any difference? Thanks.



id imagine the difference would be pretty substantial in comparison to the bosch you have, but if you rarely use it and it fits for the purpose you want it , I wouldn't change personally till your other breaks....

slips on the head of screws probably down to bit fitment with head nothing worse then trying to screw a phillips screw in with a pz2 bit... well I suppose a slotted but I'm sure you catch my drift
hey guys, wondering if someone can help me, wondering what one is better out of this or hotukdeals.com/dea…548


that was previously £170 whereas this was £200, but wondering if its worth the £20 extra to go with the dewalt?


please let me know your thoughts.


thanks!
Original Poster
the dewalts are more powerful but are larger

I have the DeWalt DCF886N impact which is 165nm which is excellent.. the one you post is 155nm so probly not far off it

as for the combi I cant comment but the DeWalt DCD996N I use is good but not excellent probly due to the electronic clutch


given the choice personally if I had no kit... id go for the 18v dewalt (little bias as I have 10+ 18v units)... just for the basis that you can buy other naked components for the dewalt 18v that are more competitively priced

I have also purchased the 12v Milwaukee kit.. but more because I wanted small compact drills
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if you use daily invest in these
hotukdeals.com/dea…739

the extra £100 would be worth it for the batteries alone... as there £60ea and there the upgraded combi and impact

all depends on budget, how much you use, and what your using for
thanks all for the guidance, got this delivered today, seems very slow, maybe because im used to my uncles m18s which are very powerful, so ordered the dewalt screwfix ones
12v models are ideal if you're doing an lot of work above shoulder height. I've got the 18v kit with 4ah batteries. It's surprising how quickly that makes your arm ache!
That's a hell of a price, the batteries alone are worth almost half that. If I didn't already have the drill/driver and the 18v impact I'd be all over this. For the record I've got two Milwaukee 18v combi's and the 12v one is my go-to driver, 9 times out of 10 it gets the job done and it's a lot lighter!
Edited by: "ThanksForThat" 7th Feb
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