Milwaukee M18 CBLPP2A-502C 18V 5.0Ah Li-Ion RedLithium Brushless Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack £249.99 delivered@ Screwfix
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Milwaukee M18 CBLPP2A-502C 18V 5.0Ah Li-Ion RedLithium Brushless Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack £249.99 delivered@ Screwfix

£249.99£329.9924%Screwfix Deals
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Posted 6th Apr
Is from Screwfix - not sure why it’s been updated to say amazon? Link will take you to the right place

Seems good price for a good brand.

Previous Milwaukee offer on here was 229 and looks like an older model to me? Extra £20 compared to that with a longer runtime and bigger battery’s

Introductory Offer: £80 saving against future selling price of £329.99 inc VAT. Introductory offer valid until 31/05/2020.
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.

1 x 18V Brushless Combi Drill 60Nm
1 x 18V Brushless Impact Driver 180Nm
2 x 18V 5.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries
1 x 100min Multi-Voltage Charger
1 x Carry Case(s)
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Not an expert but I got the 200 quid version with 4Ah batteries and absolutely love them. Had chance to do a lot of DIY lately and they've made it much easier than previous gear.
antspam06/04/2020 23:44

Not an expert but I got the 200 quid version with 4Ah batteries and …Not an expert but I got the 200 quid version with 4Ah batteries and absolutely love them. Had chance to do a lot of DIY lately and they've made it much easier than previous gear.


I’m no expert either lol... I was torn between screwfix.com/p/d…9hf and this one - but think I’m gonna take the plunge on the Milwaukee’s. I can’t find any negative for the Dewalt but I dunno I like red better haha
djswarve07/04/2020 00:11

I’m no expert either lol... I was torn between h …I’m no expert either lol... I was torn between https://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dcd778m2t-sfgb-18v-4-0ah-li-ion-xr-brushless-cordless-combi-drill/979hf and this one - but think I’m gonna take the plunge on the Milwaukee’s. I can’t find any negative for the Dewalt but I dunno I like red better haha


These are brilliant. I switched to buying Milwaukee for my engineers after having issues with Dewalt batteries packing up.
I bought the fpd-502x last year on sale, what a set. If this is similar performance then it's a great deal.
Wow, just wow.
I have these, we put a fence up with them using one for pre-drilling and the other for screwing into the posts. They feel really well balanced, quality and made the job much easier. My old drill kept dropping the bit despite being tight. Awesome tools. Haven't had a bad Milwaukee yet.
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Solid tools . The power in the impact driver is top drawer
Fire service use them
On the subject of Milwaukee drills, anyone any experience with these M12s? I wanted something compact, originally the old Makita 10.8Vs, as my DIY tends to be in enclosed spaces. ebay.co.uk/itm…262
I have seen tons of reviews on drills and impacts, Milwaukee are top quality. Heat from me.
I have bought them few days ago plis a jigsaw bare unit. Absolutely love it. Super powerful and great quality.
unuspromulti07/04/2020 07:14

On the subject of Milwaukee drills, anyone any experience with these M12s? …On the subject of Milwaukee drills, anyone any experience with these M12s? I wanted something compact, originally the old Makita 10.8Vs, as my DIY tends to be in enclosed spaces. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/254502383262




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The only complaint I have heard of Milwaukee tools, especially 12v is that the grip is thicker than on the 18v drills. They are excellent though I have 4 different tools. Jigsaw, grinder, 1/2 and 3/8 impact guns..
Edited by: "Adam_C-82b30.64866" 7th Apr
unuspromulti07/04/2020 07:14

On the subject of Milwaukee drills, anyone any experience with these M12s? …On the subject of Milwaukee drills, anyone any experience with these M12s? I wanted something compact, originally the old Makita 10.8Vs, as my DIY tends to be in enclosed spaces. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/254502383262


Yes I have a M12 Combi.. cannot remember the model number. Had it for about 5 years and it's got alot of power for a small Combi miles better then the normal cheap 18/24v Combi out there. You won't be disappointed with one
Edited by: "o_neil_o" 7th Apr
I'm struggling between this and the other offer-
toolstation.com/dew…353
Any recommendations? I'm swaying towards the Milwaukee as it has the bigger batteries but I'm sure the Dewalt batteries will be more than enough!
mohaipod08/04/2020 23:25

I'm struggling between this and the other …I'm struggling between this and the other offer-https://www.toolstation.com/dewalt-dck266m2t-gb-18v-xr-cordless-brushless-combi-drill-impact-driver-twin-pack/p88353#reviewTaAny recommendations? I'm swaying towards the Milwaukee as it has the bigger batteries but I'm sure the Dewalt batteries will be more than enough!


Me too ... anyone got the dewalts?
Richtayrich12/04/2020 13:27

Me too ... anyone got the dewalts?


I ended up getting the Milwaukee. I’ve got no reference with how much better the batteries are but I’ve been using them daily since Friday driving a load of screws and boring holes in floorboards. The light indicators are still on full!
Richtayrich12/04/2020 13:27

Me too ... anyone got the dewalts?


If Milwaukee offer a 3 year guarantee as DeWalt do its not contest, Milwaukee everyday. If they don't however, it's a toss up between those 2ah extra on the Milwaukees and the 3 year guarantee that I know DeWalt do offer.

Also, i have the DeWalts, (996+887) excellent peices of kit, but i advocate get the best deal you can for your money.
The dilemma between these and the Dewalt deal. Don’t think there is much in it at all really. Ended up ordered these as the brand name seems to be favoured over Dewalt. I think the dealt impact may be slightly more powerful, but realistically going to be fine for my useage
I got these over the Dewalt. As said they are pretty much the same. The warranty on ther batteries swayed me (dewault dont do it). They are powerful enough for my useage, Great kit.
Richtayrich30/04/2020 11:24

I got these over the Dewalt. As said they are pretty much the same. The …I got these over the Dewalt. As said they are pretty much the same. The warranty on ther batteries swayed me (dewault dont do it). They are powerful enough for my useage, Great kit.


How are they serving you? Do you have any feedback, I'm stuck between brands, either Milwaukee or DeWalt.
Look like a great deal and very tempted to order!!! I don’t suppose anyone can help on a query?
I’ll be using mainly for masonry drilling - and wondering if the additional torque offered by the FUEL model is needed.
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