Milwaukee M18BPD401C Milwaukee 18v RED Li-ion Hammer Drill Driver, 4.0Ah Battery £119.99 @ ITS
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Milwaukee M18BPD401C Milwaukee 18v RED Li-ion Hammer Drill Driver, 4.0Ah Battery £119.99 @ ITS

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Found 9th Sep 2015
Model Number: M18BPD401C
Milwaukee M18BPD401C 18v Red Lithium-ion Compact Hammer Drill Driver.
High performance 4-pole motor delivers maximum power whilst maximising the power to weight ratio producing a 1800rpm no load speed, 28800bpm percussion rate delivering a high 50Nm max torque with adjustable 18 stage torque control for maximum flexibility & verstility.
13mm metal keyless chuck for quick, easy bit changes & bit retention, full metal gearbox delivers maximum performance & durability, drilling up to 38mm into wood, 13mm into steel & 16mm into masonry making it ideal for a wide range of applications.
3 stage mode selector to switch between 'rotary', 'screw drive' & 'percussion' modes quickly & easily for greater flexibility.
Slimline SOFTGRIP handle for improved control & comfortable grip, built in LED work light for working in low-visibility situations, illuminating the work area. An on board LED fuel gauge on the M18BPD displays remaining battery charge.
Compact 198mm length & lightweight 1.9kg design makes it ideal for working within confined spaces.
Red Lithium Battery Technology - 40% More Run Time - 20% More Power - 50% More Recharges. REDLINK overload protection electronics in tool and battery pack deliver best in class system durability.
The M18BPD401C uses Li-ion batteries, superior to their NiMH counterparts. No memory effect allows them to be charged whenever you like, lightweight at up to 40% of a simillar sized NiCD or NiMH battery. Plus they do not bleed their charge when unused.
Supplied with 1 x 4.0Ah Red Lithium-ion batteries, 80 min charger & carry case.
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Wow that's cheap for a Milwaukee!
good price but looks heavy.
Couldn't pass on this and a battery!
great price, I know, we sell them where I work. not heavy at all, very well balanced tool
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Great price, excellent tool. If I wasn't a Dewalt fanboy I'd be all over this.
That 4.0 amp battery is big,maybe why it weighs 1.9Kg's?
Nice price, they've also got the 3Ah Makita BHP459 for £99 incl charger and case
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Edited by: "spannerzone" 9th Sep 2015
have you include the vat?
ignore that you have
This is a mega deal!!...fantastic drill if not the best!!..
morrig

That 4.0 amp battery is big,maybe why it weighs 1.9Kg's?


That's coz it's made for blokes!
love makita and hitachi myself - well have recently fallen makita side but still have my x-year old 1st gen lithium hitachi which is great still (just wont die! - not that I want it to, lol)

I like Milwalkie and would be all over this if batteries were reasonable to get hold of, good capacity... though I must say that looking at the specs and what you get, if this is your only drill, or will be, IMHO your far better off with the identically priced dewalt - its.co.uk/pd/…htm

Reason being you have two batts, but they each have less than half the charge time - so you never have to down tools to charge... (that 80 min for the 4ah is a killer)
PLUS I dont know if the milwalkie is also, but the dewalt is brushless - which as a long time RC hobby person I can tell you will hopefully mean more efficiency in the form of runtime and torque (for the equiv size - the milwalkie is slightly bigger) - at least the stats quoted would say I'm likely correct (66 vs 50nm torque).
Thanks, Bought one have some heat
fantastic deal
rendeverance

love makita and hitachi myself - well have recently fallen makita side … love makita and hitachi myself - well have recently fallen makita side but still have my x-year old 1st gen lithium hitachi which is great still (just wont die! - not that I want it to, lol)I like Milwalkie and would be all over this if batteries were reasonable to get hold of, good capacity... though I must say that looking at the specs and what you get, if this is your only drill, or will be, IMHO your far better off with the identically priced dewalt - http://www.its.co.uk/pd/DCD790D2-Dewalt-18v-20Ah-XR-Li-ion-2-Speed-Brushless-DrillDriver-_DEWDCD790D2.htmReason being you have two batts, but they each have less than half the charge time - so you never have to down tools to charge... (that 80 min for the 4ah is a killer) PLUS I dont know if the milwalkie is also, but the dewalt is brushless - which as a long time RC hobby person I can tell you will hopefully mean more efficiency in the form of runtime and torque (for the equiv size - the milwalkie is slightly bigger) - at least the stats quoted would say I'm likely correct (66 vs 50nm torque).



I have the Dewalt and its the mutts nuts. Battery charge time is ridiculously quick and it never fails to disappoint when carrying out ardous DIY tasks.
Thanks OP i just killed a top of the range Makita brushless Li-ion 18v cordless - you are a bit of a life saver

I have killed them all (cordless) Hilti, makita, dewalt you name it

Fitting outside lights on ladders and drilling joists are two ways to kill them

Sparks kill cordless drills (cos we are too lazy to get the tranny/hilti out of the van)
bought whole lot few years ago, but useless once battery dies, they have changed shape of battery, few times so you don't get continuity like a Hitachi or dewalt,
tandeh

bought whole lot few years ago, but useless once battery dies, they have … bought whole lot few years ago, but useless once battery dies, they have changed shape of battery, few times so you don't get continuity like a Hitachi or dewalt,



Hitachi changed battery shape on me
rendeverance

I like Milwalkie and would be all over this if batteries were reasonable … I like Milwalkie and would be all over this if batteries were reasonable to get hold of, good capacity... though I must say that looking at the specs and what you get, if this is your only drill, or will be, IMHO your far better off with the identically priced dewalt - http://www.its.co.uk/pd/DCD790D2-Dewalt-18v-20Ah-XR-Li-ion-2-Speed-Brushless-DrillDriver-_DEWDCD790D2.htm



The Dewalt is a drill/driver, not a combi (i.e. it does not have a hammer function).
How does this compare to the blue Bosch combi drill on offer at Screwfix for £100?

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Edited by: "Mhk" 9th Sep 2015
We've had various Bosch professional, dewalt and makita gear at work and they've all given us there money's worth but on one occasion just over a year ago we tried out a Milwaukee impact driver ( I know this isn't one but same make and similar style of item ) it was a nightmare constantly going faulty and back to a service centre for repair on one occasion of its return we only press the button on it not even trying it on a job and it started smoking...

We'd never buy anything Milwaukee branded again after about 5 returns in 6 month, we ended up getting on to trading standards and eventually got all of our money refunded in full for it in the end, after that we just tried out a machine mart Clarke equivalent at less than half price it's been used loads and never been faulty once.
Stu C

The Dewalt is a drill/driver, not a combi (i.e. it does not have a hammer … The Dewalt is a drill/driver, not a combi (i.e. it does not have a hammer function).



Ach - didn notice that, but still... depends what you need it for I suppose. (TBH Ive barely used the hammer on my cordless since getting my SDS hammer drill - unless its for a single small hole... - but most people might not have both)

80min charge and 1 batt is like "oh batt is dead, thats it for today I'm off" though
It's actually £155 incl. VAT!
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