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Milwaukee M18BPD-302C 18V Li-Ion Cordless Compact Combi Drill 2 x 3.0Ah for £129.98 @ Toolstation (free c&c)
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Milwaukee M18BPD-302C 18V Li-Ion Cordless Compact Combi Drill 2 x 3.0Ah for £129.98 @ Toolstation (free c&c)

£129.98£179.9828%Toolstation Deals
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Posted 24th Aug

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Came across this nice powerful drill set. Save £50 at Toolstation.

Available with free c&c

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Small but powerful combi, only 198mm in length - ideal for tight spaces.
• 2 x 3.0Ah red Li-Ion batteries
• 13mm keyless metal chuck
• High performance 4-pole motor
• Full metal gear box
• Battery level indicator and LED light
• 18 torque settings
• Redlink overload protection

Supplied with charger and bag. Max drilling capacity: steel 13mm, concrete 16mm, wood 38mm. No load speed: 0-450 / 0-1,800rpm
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Milwaukee is top quality gear, not your typical DIY'r stuff. Shame it's not the new Brushless drill though.
Good deal heat added.
Edited by: "DodgeySolenoid" 24th Aug
mtcleaning83_.24/08/2019 09:38

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F383078191273Awkward........


Refurbished drill - no thanks.
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Milwaukee is top quality gear, not your typical DIY'r stuff. Shame it's not the new Brushless drill though.
Good deal heat added.
Edited by: "DodgeySolenoid" 24th Aug
Good price,pair it up with a reasonable priced Milwaukee impact driver and you would have a nice kit.
DodgeySolenoid24/08/2019 07:20

Milwaukee is top quality gear, not your typical DIY'r stuff. Shame it's …Milwaukee is top quality gear, not your typical DIY'r stuff. Shame it's not the new Brushless drill though.Good deal heat added.


You can't expect professional brushless drill with 2 batteries and a charger in this price range.
My son is in his 2nd Year Joinery cse. Would this drill be sufficient for him? Thanks
Jase7924/08/2019 08:54

My son is in his 2nd Year Joinery cse. Would this drill be sufficient for …My son is in his 2nd Year Joinery cse. Would this drill be sufficient for him? Thanks


Perfect
dyczko24/08/2019 08:48

You can't expect professional brushless drill with 2 batteries and a …You can't expect professional brushless drill with 2 batteries and a charger in this price range.


I know, but wouldn't that of been a HUK Deal
dyczko24/08/2019 08:48

You can't expect professional brushless drill with 2 batteries and a …You can't expect professional brushless drill with 2 batteries and a charger in this price range.


rover.ebay.com/rov…273

Awkward........
mtcleaning83_.24/08/2019 09:38

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F383078191273Awkward........


Refurbished drill - no thanks.
These will drop prices now that the brushless motors picking up.
Brushless is nice, but my understanding is that the main advantage is run-time. That won't be a disadvantage to the average enthusiastic DIY'er. A minor point would be that a brushed drill might get a little hotter under prolonged use. Also there are less electronics to go wrong in a brushed drill.
Jase7924/08/2019 08:54

My son is in his 2nd Year Joinery cse. Would this drill be sufficient for …My son is in his 2nd Year Joinery cse. Would this drill be sufficient for him? Thanks


I'd be over the moon, if you bought me one of these 🌛. Keep an eye out for a body only impact driver and happy days.
I was tempted with this, as my 10 year old Milwaukee drill has seen better days. But in fairness it's had a hammering and, I've changed the brushes twice and a new chuck. Other than that it's been faultless and very powerful.
mtcleaning83_.24/08/2019 09:38

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F383078191273Awkward........



refurb

but good value as its comes with 2x4ah batteries
mtcleaning83_.24/08/2019 09:38

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F383078191273Awkward........


Refurbished and still has brushes. The brushless model is FPD2.

Awkward......
AzeemB24/08/2019 10:48

refurbbut good value as its comes with 2x4ah batteries


Only if the batteries are new rather than refurbished too!
I’ve had the brushed drill for years as a DIYed - I’ve used it with a flap wheel to strip paint from skirting and stair spindles, as a screw driver for various flat pack furniture and the usual drilling tasks. I’ve also drilled holes in tree stumps to kill them off.

I bought a brushless impact driver in the last year too but the drill has been used more.

I’m yet to replace the brushes on my version so it’s great for a bit harder use in the home - no idea how it would last as a professional but I’d expect a year or two at least before the brushes needed replacing.
Stay away from keyless chucks
moneychop24/08/2019 11:35

Stay away from keyless chucks


90% of drills I've seen on the market are keyless except for pillar drills. I've often had bits come out of the chuck if you knock it when using it but realistically you can't expect cheap drills to have a keyed chuck.
Best off getting a well known / decent brand like a Black and Decker or a Worx!








Edited by: "ScoobyZ" 24th Aug
SomebodE24/08/2019 11:20

Refurbished and still has brushes. The brushless model is …Refurbished and still has brushes. The brushless model is FPD2.Awkward......


Read description look at picture....more awkward
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Edited by: "mtcleaning83_." 24th Aug
There's another option on Tool station, with the same drill but 3 x 3Ah batteries for £20 more. Seems like a better deal.
mange24/08/2019 10:14

Brushless is nice, but my understanding is that the main advantage is …Brushless is nice, but my understanding is that the main advantage is run-time. That won't be a disadvantage to the average enthusiastic DIY'er. A minor point would be that a brushed drill might get a little hotter under prolonged use. Also there are less electronics to go wrong in a brushed drill.


Agreed the advantage is minimal, as this drill and the Brushless one mentioned, both produce the same torque at 60Nm.
Edited by: "DodgeySolenoid" 24th Aug
DodgeySolenoid24/08/2019 07:20

Milwaukee is top quality gear, not your typical DIY'r stuff. Shame it's …Milwaukee is top quality gear, not your typical DIY'r stuff. Shame it's not the new Brushless drill though.Good deal heat added.


Although imo the quality was better a few years back. Not been impressed with their Brad Nailer at all!
Personally I think techtronic industries has started cutting corners. However they are still good tools so well worth that money for the drill and 2 3ah batteries!
dyczko24/08/2019 08:48

You can't expect professional brushless drill with 2 batteries and a …You can't expect professional brushless drill with 2 batteries and a charger in this price range.


Absolutely but too often people come on here and vote cold as it's not brushless as apparently brushed tools are now utterly useless and more evil than Stalin.

I could have overstated their evil status slightly

Heat from me, 2 decent batteries and a decent branded tool for this price is very hard to beat.
moneychop24/08/2019 11:35

Stay away from keyless chucks


That rules out pretty much almost every battery operated drill then. I've never had any issue with any of my keyless chuck drill drivers... maybe you've been unlucky?
Q all the not brushless comments... (the same lot who say the laptop has to have Ryzen or its no good)these go in for years...
Edited by: "BustyB293" 24th Aug
I am looking for a drill that will go through old bricks and concrete blocks to a decent depth. I want to mount heavy things on the walls. I used an old wired bosch drill and it struggled quite a bit. Could someone advise on how this might perform? Thank you!
r0chey24/08/2019 13:05

I am looking for a drill that will go through old bricks and concrete …I am looking for a drill that will go through old bricks and concrete blocks to a decent depth. I want to mount heavy things on the walls. I used an old wired bosch drill and it struggled quite a bit. Could someone advise on how this might perform? Thank you!


It will do all of that and more...
I have the Brushless version of this drill, it oozes quality,

if this is half as good it’s a steal at £129
r0chey24/08/2019 13:05

I am looking for a drill that will go through old bricks and concrete …I am looking for a drill that will go through old bricks and concrete blocks to a decent depth. I want to mount heavy things on the walls. I used an old wired bosch drill and it struggled quite a bit. Could someone advise on how this might perform? Thank you!


I have a much more powerful older dewalt 995. With new, quality bits it wont go through my Victorian house brick, I use the screwfix cheapo titan 6kg drill... goes through everything on hammer... its heavy, big and corded but cheap... its lasted 3 years of abuse and core drilling, still runs.
Edited by: "brush1" 24th Aug
Get Dewalt Extream2 drill bits and you will go through Victorian with a 9v drill!!
ScoobyZ24/08/2019 12:00

Best off getting a well known / decent brand like a Black and Decker or a …Best off getting a well known / decent brand like a Black and Decker or a Worx!;)


is this the new Onkyo?
BustyB29324/08/2019 13:28

Get Dewalt Extream2 drill bits and you will go through Victorian with a 9v …Get Dewalt Extream2 drill bits and you will go through Victorian with a 9v drill!!


Yes this! - having spent years wasting many masonry drill bits, I found these Extreme2 drill bits so infinitely better than any other drill bit (excluding SDS drills). My Edwardian house has very hard bricks and these drill bits plus a decent higher torque drill (such as this Milwaukee) will make all the difference... plus the key is to not push hard when drilling masonry, let the drill do the work otherwise you overheat the bits and they go dull or break.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 24th Aug
Thanks for the replies and advice all. I'll buy this today and those drill bits, time to feel like a man.
dyczko24/08/2019 08:48

You can't expect professional brushless drill with 2 batteries and a …You can't expect professional brushless drill with 2 batteries and a charger in this price range.



toolstation.com/dew…165

Normally a 25 pounds off voucher to take it down.

Brushless too
It is an AVERAGE Drill with only Max. Torque: 60Nm when compared to something like the Makita DDF458Z 18v LXT which has 91 Nm Torque.
n0chex24/08/2019 14:23

It is an AVERAGE Drill with only Max. Torque: 60Nm when compared to …It is an AVERAGE Drill with only Max. Torque: 60Nm when compared to something like the Makita DDF458Z 18v LXT which has 91 Nm Torque.


It's very good drill, robust and reliable in a very good price! How much is your example?
Brushless isn't the be all and end all. If they pack in they are not worth fixing. My tool technician has a bin full of them where its not cost effective to replace the entire motor. I use my Makita drills every day. They have brushes and have never packed in. They get a bit tired and if they get wet: thats bad news.
Not Brushless and looks like a plastic chuck on that drill , low amp batteries to.

Its ok, i wouldn’t say this is super hot deal.
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