Milwaukee M18SET1C-152C compact combi drill with batteries 2 x 1.5Ah - £118.80 @ plumbcenter
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Milwaukee M18SET1C-152C compact combi drill with batteries 2 x 1.5Ah - £118.80 @ plumbcenter

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Found 9th Jan
M18BPD M18 compact percussion drill (combi drill)
2 x 1.5Ah Li-Ion REDLITHIUM-ION batteries
Charger
Case
60Nm torque (Edit 50Nm with 1.5/2 Ah battery, 60Nm with 3Ah battery)
£118.80

Price is descent , its not brushless, haven't found any reviews which is a bit odd. FIRSTSHOP20 discount code didn't work for me with this item.

I can't decide between this drill and the
Bosch GSB18-2-LI Plus 18V 1.5Ah Li-Ion Combi Drill for £99.99 link

The Milwaukee in general are meant to be robust tools, the Bosch is part of their light series ('light' doesn't fill me with confidence), but is a new model

Also available is
hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…700

lower torque,but bigger batteries, probably more compatibility in future

thanks ghostm4n for pointing that out

EDIT
guys dont bother with this, the battries don't last long at all. And its starting to become standard that 2ah batteries are the minimum being sold now.

7 Comments

In my experience Milwaukee are up there with the top brands, whereas Bosch are mid range.

quakerphil

In my experience Milwaukee are up there with the top brands, whereas … In my experience Milwaukee are up there with the top brands, whereas Bosch are mid range.


If you mean the Bosch professional (blue) range, I disagree. The green (DIY) range, then yes.

Or for a few quid more you could buy TWO of these.
screwfix.com/p/b…60g

Or....... http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/makita-dhp453-18v-lxt-combi-drill-2-x-3-0ah-batteries-charger-case-was-149-99-now-2596700

Superb piece of kit and comes with 2 3.0A batteries. £10 more but so worth it, and then some.
Edited by: "ghostm4n" 10th Jan

Terrible company to buy from.. still waiting for my order from 3 weeks ago. Website takes ages to load prices (does for me anyway)

If I don't get my stuff by Friday I'll be buying elsewhere.

Original Poster

ghostm4n

Or....... … Or....... http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/makita-dhp453-18v-lxt-combi-drill-2-x-3-0ah-batteries-charger-case-was-149-99-now-2596700Superb piece of kit and comes with 2 3.0A batteries. £10 more but so worth it, and then some.



42nm torque and canister motor (not sure what that means)

AzeemB

42nm torque and canister motor (not sure what that means)



Personally I would be looking between the milwaukee and makita, and you really need to decide which brand you are buying into, as you may want to buy more kit and it will need to be the same brand else you just wasted a bunch of money duplicating battery and charger etc.

For me the makita would be the tool of choice, not because either are much better than the other, but because I am more likely to see a deal on other makita kit I think. Both are excellent bits of kit.
Edited by: "ghostm4n" 10th Jan
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