Milwaukee M12CPD Brushless 12v Combi, 2 x 4ah Batteries, Charger, Case £143.99 @ ITS
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Milwaukee M12CPD Brushless 12v Combi, 2 x 4ah Batteries, Charger, Case £143.99 @ ITS

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Found 9th Feb
Another crazy Milwaukee deal. Next cheapest is Toolstop at £170 but they're on back order, £200+ everywhere else.

Brushless, 13mm chuck, 39nm torque, 2 x 4ah batteries, 60 min charger.
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deleted8013019th Feb

Seriously, what nutters are voting this cold? There's £90 of batteries in …Seriously, what nutters are voting this cold? There's £90 of batteries in that pack. Grow up.


Completely unnecessary. If you’re that bothered which way people vote don’t bother posting - simple.
amazing delivery too!

Order within 1 Hour and 16 Minutes for earliest standard delivery on:Monday, 12nd of February

whenever that is.
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amazing delivery too!

Order within 1 Hour and 16 Minutes for earliest standard delivery on:Monday, 12nd of February

whenever that is.
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Seriously, what nutters are voting this cold? There's £90 of batteries in that pack. Grow up.
I don't see a + button for heat as I was thinking same as u!
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leitchyleck9 m ago

I don't see a + button for heat as I was thinking same as u!


P*sses me off. It'll either be Makita/DeWalt fan-boys or those rank-amateurs who go mad over a £10 drill. If this nonsense carries on I'm going to make it my mission to vote down every cheapo single-use junker tool that gets posted.
Edited by: "deleted801301" 9th Feb
Similar price to the dewalt kit from Screwfix but this one seems to have much lower torque.
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daniq5 h, 5 m ago

Similar price to the dewalt kit from Screwfix but this one seems to have …Similar price to the dewalt kit from Screwfix but this one seems to have much lower torque.


Yeah but they're not comparable- the DeWalt's an 18v (if you mean the one I'm thinking of). This is a 12v compact. And with bigger (spec) batteries, which also are guaranteed for two years which the DeWalt batteries aren't. This is comparable to DeWalt's 10.8v drill driver which has 24nm of torque and is just generally inferior.
And...someone who already owns tools from the Milwaukee system isn't going to go and buy the DeWalt (and vice versa).
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deleted8013019th Feb

P*sses me off. It'll either be Makita/DeWalt fan-boys or those …P*sses me off. It'll either be Makita/DeWalt fan-boys or those rank-amateurs who go mad over a £10 drill. If this nonsense carries on I'm going to make it my mission to vote down every cheapo single-use junker tool that gets posted.


I don't think the latter comment will do you any favours on votes...

Is the 2x 6.0ah a better deal for £30 more?

its.co.uk/pd/…htm
deleted8013019th Feb

Seriously, what nutters are voting this cold? There's £90 of batteries in …Seriously, what nutters are voting this cold? There's £90 of batteries in that pack. Grow up.


Completely unnecessary. If you’re that bothered which way people vote don’t bother posting - simple.
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toonarmani36 m ago

I don't think the latter comment will do you any favours on votes...Is the …I don't think the latter comment will do you any favours on votes...Is the 2x 6.0ah a better deal for £30 more?https://www.its.co.uk/pd/M12-CPD-602X-Milwaukee-12V-Fuel-6.0Ah-Lithium-ion-Cordless-Brushless-Hammer-DrillDriver-_MILM12CPD602C.htm


Tough call- I'd say possibly, depending on who has offers on batteries at the mo. You can generally work on the batteries being about £11 per ah, so in that case yes, well worth the extra. But on a good day you'll drop on an offer on the batteries- like not long ago Amazon had the 6ah batteries on at about £45 (about the same price as the 4ah), so about £7.50 per ah. To be honest I don't have any 6ah batteries myself, but the 4ah's last ages, so go for whichever suits you best.

As for upsetting folk with my comment, I'm not so bothered. There's a real childish mentality amongst some folk on here.
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feed_me_chocs15 h, 53 m ago

Completely unnecessary. If you’re that bothered which way people vote d …Completely unnecessary. If you’re that bothered which way people vote don’t bother posting - simple.


It doesn't affect me personally, I don't post up deals for my benefit, I post them up for the benefit of others.
Voting something down just because it doesn't fit your budget or it's not your favourite brand is what is completely unnecessary, and makes it look like a bad deal to all those who might have been interested- and to be honest it gets a bit tedious after a while. I had someone once go and vote all my listings down just because they were for the same brand (he actually said as much), so I'd say not unneccessary, totaly warranted.

Anyone who knows this product knows how good a deal it is- less than the value of it's component parts. You could sell everything bar the drill and reclaim your outlay, thus getting a free drill (which sells for £75-£100)- or sell the lot and turn a nice profit. Therefore the people down-voting it are people who have no interest or knowledge of the product, which surely isn't why the system was set up? It's supposed to be a gauge of how good the deal is, not a gauge of brand preference or personal budget- it makes a mockery of the whole system.
Edited by: "deleted801301" 10th Feb
Good deal although ideally i want the 18v brushless as I give tools a lot of abuse
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dezbo888853 m ago

Good deal although ideally i want the 18v brushless as I give tools a lot …Good deal although ideally i want the 18v brushless as I give tools a lot of abuse



Have a look at the M18FPD- 2000 RPM & 135nm torque. Hell of a drill, and it's not big either.
if you need a lantern to go with those batteries

hotukdeals.com/dea…187

Also its a nice drill but not really small (it looks it) but similar size to my m18
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AzeemB4 m ago

if you need a lantern to go with those …if you need a lantern to go with those batterieshttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/milwaukee-360-deg-illuminum-lantern-naked-no-battery-30-plumbcenter-2880187Also its a nice drill but not really small (it looks it) but similar size to my m18


Have you tried the M12 Rover compact floodlight? Right bit of kit. It couldn't have been designed better, hangs or mounts any which way. I think it's about £68 at Toolstation at the mo.
hot hot hot = love Milwaukee tools
rhodyate4 h, 24 m ago

hot hot hot = love Milwaukee tools


Though it aint what it used to be
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deleted8013019th Feb

It doesn't affect me personally, I don't post up deals for my benefit, I …It doesn't affect me personally, I don't post up deals for my benefit, I post them up for the benefit of others. Voting something down just because it doesn't fit your budget or it's not your favourite brand is what is completely unnecessary, and makes it look like a bad deal to all those who might have been interested- and to be honest it gets a bit tedious after a while. I had someone once go and vote all my listings down just because they were for the same brand (he actually said as much), so I'd say not unneccessary, totaly warranted.Anyone who knows this product knows how good a deal it is- less than the value of it's component parts. You could sell everything bar the drill and reclaim your outlay, thus getting a free drill (which sells for £75-£100)- or sell the lot and turn a nice profit. Therefore the people down-voting it are people who have no interest or knowledge of the product, which surely isn't why the system was set up? It's supposed to be a gauge of how good the deal is, not a gauge of brand preference or personal budget- it makes a mockery of the whole system.And for the record, a £10 drill will definitely be sh*t, probably be dangerous, and is certainly morally reprehensible- the plug on the end is worth a tenth of the cost. How much rice do you think the employees earn for making it?


Oh dear! Other opinions are available!
I won a M18 Fuel set s few years ago. Milwaukee brand is bad ass and defo won't use the regular brands aimed at the DIY'er, which only last a minimal time. Waste of your money and you get what you pay for
deleted8013019th Feb

Have a look at the M18FPD- 2000 RPM & 135nm torque. Hell of a drill, and …Have a look at the M18FPD- 2000 RPM & 135nm torque. Hell of a drill, and it's not big either.

You got a link ?
I'm about to start a 40 square metre decking project.

This is going to use a lot (thousands) of screws.

I need a drill for pilot holes and screws for this.

I only have a Bosch PSB LI-2 (this works great as a screwdriver for putting up shelves, curtains, projector, speakers etc.), a 9 year old Hitachi with 2 off ni-cd batteries and a TITAN SDS Plus (great for breaking walls and holes in concrete). I could probably get by with what I have though not ideal..(maybe I should just do that to save money..)

Reckon this Milwaukee is a good choice or should I look at 18V ?
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jazzist9 m ago

I'm about to start a 40 square metre decking project.This is going to use …I'm about to start a 40 square metre decking project.This is going to use a lot (thousands) of screws.I need a drill for pilot holes and screws for this.I only have a Bosch PSB LI-2 (this works great as a screwdriver for putting up shelves, curtains, projector, speakers etc.), a 9 year old Hitachi with 2 off ni-cd batteries and a TITAN SDS Plus (great for breaking walls and holes in concrete). I could probably get by with what I have though not ideal..(maybe I should just do that to save money..)Reckon this Milwaukee is a good choice or should I look at 18V ?


To be honest for a decking project like that I'd be looking at an 18v impact driver. It's perfect for that job and no need to pilot drill first. It'll save you a lot of time and effort.

For about the same money as this Milwaukee, this set would serve you better:

hotukdeals.com/dea…548

EDIT: beg your pardon, the price has gone up since the deal was posted. But if you can find it for that kind of money it would be the better option for you. Failing that, look at picking up the impact driver, battery and charger individually.
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deleted8013016th Mar

To be honest for a decking project like that I'd be looking at an 18v …To be honest for a decking project like that I'd be looking at an 18v impact driver. It's perfect for that job and no need to pilot drill first. It'll save you a lot of time and effort.For about the same money as this Milwaukee, this set would serve you better:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dewalt-18v-cordless-combi-drill-impact-driver-twin-pack-14999-screwfix-2-batteries-charger-and-kitbox-included-2887548EDIT: beg your pardon, the price has gone up since the deal was posted. But if you can find it for that kind of money it would be the better option for you. Failing that, look at picking up the impact driver, battery and charger individually.


Thanks, now looking at the impact driver from this comment, looks good:

hotukdeals.com/com…525
119 now.
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giridhart3 m ago

119 now.


That's ex VAT
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