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Milwaukee M18 18V 4.0Ah Brushless Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack - £229.99 @ Screwfix
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Milwaukee M18 18V 4.0Ah Brushless Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack - £229.99 @ Screwfix

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Posted 30th OctEdited by:"jcw100"
Seems good value with two 4.0ah batteries. Reduced from £299.99.

Combi drill and impact driver pack delivering power and run time. RedLink Plus intelligence system delivers advanced digital overload protection and enhances performance under load. Features 13mm metal chuck and battery life indicator. 18 torque settings, screwdriver, drill and hammer drill.

  • 1 x 18V Brushless Combi Drill 60Nm
  • 1 x 18V Brushless Impact Driver 180Nm
  • 2 x 18V 4.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries
  • 1 x 80min Multi-Voltage Charger
  • 1 x Carry Case
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I bought these about a week ago and have been using them this week. The drill chuck is the best I've seen on a battery drill and the impact driver has loads of power. I'm able to drive a 6 inch wood screw through some 3x2 and 6mm of ply into another 2x2 without pre drilling and it just powers through it in seconds. Best kit for the money.
Edited by: "gary.mcrae" 30th Oct
Thanks for the insight on these. Torn between the Milwaukee and Bosch deal. Milwaukee looks good, but I'm not in the trades, but will be completely renovating house soon.

Not sure if I should save the £80, which I could put towards circular saw (Bosch also seems to much cheaper for other bare tools). Dilemma
jcw10030/10/2019 07:45

Thanks for the insight on these. Torn between the Milwaukee and Bosch …Thanks for the insight on these. Torn between the Milwaukee and Bosch deal. Milwaukee looks good, but I'm not in the trades, but will be completely renovating house soon.Not sure if I should save the £80, which I could put towards circular saw (Bosch also seems to much cheaper for other bare tools). Dilemma


Milwaukee have a larger range of 18v tools if that helps sway your decision. Plus bigger battery capacity helps in the future if using on circular saws or angle grinders etc. I use the Makita lxt range as personally find them them best for price/performance for bare tools. Good luck what you decide on. Both good deals 🏼
Reduced from £299.
jcw10030/10/2019 07:45

Thanks for the insight on these. Torn between the Milwaukee and Bosch …Thanks for the insight on these. Torn between the Milwaukee and Bosch deal. Milwaukee looks good, but I'm not in the trades, but will be completely renovating house soon.Not sure if I should save the £80, which I could put towards circular saw (Bosch also seems to much cheaper for other bare tools). Dilemma


I'd suggest sgs engineering for bare units, they seem to be reasonable and reputable. They're on Ebay or go direct.
Dewalt
Got these the other day, impact driver is so good!
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tn89uk30/10/2019 08:43

Got these the other day, impact driver is so good!



Once you have used an impact driver, you will never use a drill to drive a screw again :-)
ghostm4n30/10/2019 09:06

On Once you have used an impact driver, you will never use a drill to …On Once you have used an impact driver, you will never use a drill to drive a screw again :-)


This. I bought a top end set of DeWalts a year or 2 back and i think the last time i used the drill for anything was when a screw head snapped off, so i just chucked the drill onto the shank of the screw whacked it in reverse and pulled it out, other than that it sees light masonry work. Its not that its bad its just the impact is more than capable for 90% of the stuff i do, its just quicker, lighter and more manoeuvrable; i even find that for certain types of drilling its better, if i take the same paddle bit and drill a hole with both the impact and drill, the hole always come out cleaner/smoother/better looking when made with the impact. I urge anyone to give it a go (make sure you have hex shank impact ready bits obviously or it won't work).
They're damn noisy though
I have the next model up to these and they are brilliant, I fit kitchens and bedrooms for a living and the batteries on Milwaukee’s are incredible.
INDUSTRYHATER30/10/2019 10:50

I have the next model up to these and they are brilliant, I fit kitchens …I have the next model up to these and they are brilliant, I fit kitchens and bedrooms for a living and the batteries on Milwaukee’s are incredible.



Is that the Fuel range?
ghostm4n30/10/2019 10:54

Is that the Fuel range?


Yes, specifically this one....
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I am unsure whether to buy this or wait for Black Friday.

Equally I’m unsure if it’s worth buying the fuel over it.

Domestic use only but I am doing my house up.
INDUSTRYHATER30/10/2019 11:03

Yes, specifically this one....[Image]


Hold on. This is a 12v fuel vs this kit which is 18v. So in all probability this is better.
johnadams230/10/2019 11:19

Hold on. This is a 12v fuel vs this kit which is 18v. So in all …Hold on. This is a 12v fuel vs this kit which is 18v. So in all probability this is better.


Better drill not batteries hence the next model up bit. Main difference is mine is all metal at the front, these ones are plastic and metal, absolute cracking price for the pair though, I’d get myself some but with those batteries they are a bit heavy for me.
Edited by: "INDUSTRYHATER" 30th Oct
INDUSTRYHATER30/10/2019 11:03

Yes, specifically this one....[Image]


Do you polish that chuck, its almost a mirror finish
michaeljb30/10/2019 12:01

Do you polish that chuck, its almost a mirror finish


My apprentice polishes my chuck for me
INDUSTRYHATER30/10/2019 12:02

My apprentice polishes my chuck for me


My ex wife was like that, but in the end she went for a bigger tool, she always did appreciate good drilling.
INDUSTRYHATER30/10/2019 11:03

Yes, specifically this one....[Image]



Ohhhhhhhhhh :-)

A thing of beauty to behold :-)
johnadams230/10/2019 11:19

Hold on. This is a 12v fuel vs this kit which is 18v. So in all …Hold on. This is a 12v fuel vs this kit which is 18v. So in all probability this is better.



And for a tradesman if he is holding it all day, then all he really wants is a tool capable of doing the job (Which the 12V Fuel is more than capable of). Anything bigger and heavier is simply more wear and tear on the arm for no reason
ghostm4n30/10/2019 14:54

And for a tradesman if he is holding it all day, then all he really wants …And for a tradesman if he is holding it all day, then all he really wants is a tool capable of doing the job (Which the 12V Fuel is more than capable of). Anything bigger and heavier is simply more wear and tear on the arm for no reason


Light as a feather compared to a Paslode nail gun! Been using one all day, bloody heavy akward thing.
ghostm4n30/10/2019 14:54

And for a tradesman if he is holding it all day, then all he really wants …And for a tradesman if he is holding it all day, then all he really wants is a tool capable of doing the job (Which the 12V Fuel is more than capable of). Anything bigger and heavier is simply more wear and tear on the arm for no reason


I have never seen it on site or used by a trade. If a 12v was a major opening then all manufacturers would sell them. Secondly we need something with good performance. Yes the 12v may be adequate for most stuff lots the extra grunt of 18v will be useful. Can use compact batteries, or lower amp hour ones.
What are people's thoughts on this Vs the einhell deal at Toolstation? The 4ah battery for 90 quid plus another 90 quid for an impact driver with a 4ah battery? It's DIY use but I was ant to get the best I can for the money
ghmc1984:
What are people's thoughts on this Vs the einhell deal at Toolstation? The 4ah battery for 90 quid plus another 90 quid for an impact driver with a 4ah battery? It's DIY use but I was ant to get the best I can for the money

If you're doing DIY go einhell all the way but if you want to earn money and get the job done in no time then invest in these instead.
Edited by: "mtcleaning83_." 31st Oct
Anyone pass comment on these vs the fuel 3 ? Both brushless, the latter top of the range.
I work for a fire brigade and all of our cordless gear is now Milwaukee and I can tell you the quality of there tools is very very high. We don't use them half as much as a builder would but if they last how they start you won't be disappointed
Brother has an 18v impact wrench version of these. Outperformed Snapon in Side to side testing. Had much more torque.
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