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Posted 7 February 2023

Makita Brushless Combi-Drill and Driver plus THREE 3.0Ah batteries, bag and charger - £199.98 @ Toolstation

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This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

DHP487 (£65 elsewhere)
DTD153 (£64 elsewhere)
Three 3.0Ah LXT batteries (add to bag and discount on third battery applied at checkout)

Added by @AJ10

Free Makita 18V LXT Battery 3.0Ah worth £61.18 with every purchase. Add both items to trolley


A high-performance Makita twin pack to double your productivity on site. This kit contains the DHP487 combi drill and DTD153 impact driver – both tools feature Makita’s brushless motor to deliver greater power and efficiency, helping you get the job done faster.

Delivering 40Nm of torque, the combi drill features variable speed with trigger control as well as two mechanical gears, forward/reverse rotation and an electric brake. The single sleeve keyless chuck ensures easy one-handed bit installation or removal, while the comfortable handle and compact 164mm length put you in complete control.

The impact driver also benefits from a compact overall length, yet still delivers 170Nm of fastening torque. Like the combi drill, it also features an LED job light for when you need to illuminate your work surface – this improves accuracy and control in dimly lit areas.

• Brushless motor for greater power and efficiency
• Forward/reverse rotation
• Variable speed control by trigger
• LED job light improves visibility in dimly-lit areas
• Electric brake for added safety
• Compact overall length for ease of use

Kit includes:

• 1x Makita DHP487 Brushless Combi Drill
• 1x Makita DTD153 Brushless Impact Driver
• 2x 3.0Ah batteries
• 1x fast charger
• 1x tool bag


Makita DHP487 Brushless Combi Drill Specifications

• Chuck Capacity: 1.5 - 13 mm
• No Load Speed (Hi): 0 - 1,700 rpm
• No Load Speed (Lo): 0 - 500 rpm
• Blows per Minute (Hi): 0 - 25,500 ipm
• Blows per Minute (Lo): 0 - 7,500 ipm
• Max. in wood: 36 mm
• Max. in masonry: 13 mm
• Max. in steel: 13 mm
• Torque Settings: 20 + Drill
• Max. Fastening Torque (Hard Joint): 40 Nm
• Noise sound pressure: 83 dB(A)
• Noise sound power: 94 dB(A)
• Noise K factor: 3 dB(A)
• Net weight: 1.4 - 1.7 kg
• Vibration (impact drilling into concrete): 10.5 m/sec²
• Vibration (drilling into metal): 2.5 m/sec²
• Vibration (K factor): 1.5 m/sec²

Makita DTD153 Brushless Impact Driver Specifications

• Max Fastening Torque: 170 Nm
• No Load Speed: 0 - 3400 rpm
• Impacts per Minute: 0 - 3,600 ipm
• Driving Shank: 6.35mm (1/4"") Hex
• Coarse thread (length): 22 - 125 mm
• Standard Bolt: M5-M16
• High Tensile Bolt: M5-M14
• Machine Screw: M4-M8
• Vibration (fastening bolt): 13.0 m/sec²
• Vibration (K factor): 1.5 m/sec²
• Noise sound pressure: 96 dB(A)
• Noise sound power: 107 dB(A)


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  1. bennitor's avatar
    I think it's 10% off for new app users so that's a great deal
  2. Watershed's avatar
    I stumbled on this deal last night without seeing this post (but thanks anyway!) and thought you’d like to know that when I went to checkout there was a mystery £20 taken off. This was on newly installed app.
    No idea how that happened!
    Anyway amazing deal especially with the 3rd battery and they’re all 3 not 1.5Ah.
  3. dealdoc's avatar
    Yeah, extra £20 off as first (and only) use of the app - nice tip!
  4. r1mmm3r's avatar
    Great deal (especially wiht an extra £20 off). But i do prefer a box rather than a bag.
  5. Bill736's avatar
    I've downloaded the app, created a new account and can't seem to get the extra 10% off? Can anybody help? Cheers
    bennitor's avatar
    I uninstalled the app and reinstalled but that didn't work. I tried a new account on the same phone but that didn't work either. In the end it was new (my works) phone and totally new account with new email and name. Payment details and address were my own though.
  6. Youngbirt's avatar
    Comparing this deal vs screwfix which of the two is better please? Drill looks the same, driver is DTD153 vs DTD157 (153 looks to have slightly higher torque) with screwfix get hard case and 2 x 5Ah batteries which = more than the 3 x 3? Cheers
    Watershed's avatar
    Personally I’d go for the Toolstation one, with 3 batteries you can have one on charge while the other two are being used or sell one on eBay.
    I doubt I’d notice the torque and I kind of like the doctor style bag (also are selling for about £20 so could sell on) That’s me though! (edited)
  7. Youngbirt's avatar
    Comparing this deal vs screwfix which of the two is better please? Drill looks the same, driver is DTD153 vs DTD157 (153 looks to have slightly higher torque) with screwfix get hard case and 2 x 5Ah batteries which = more than the 3 x 3? Cheers
    bennitor's avatar
    I'm no expert but assuming the drill and driver are pretty much the same, I'd rather save £40 and get three batteries. Whilst you're getting an extra 1Ah you lose the practicality of having a third battery to swap in when one of the others dies. Plus if you're in the Makita eco-system you can chuck the extra battery on a router or multi tool or anything else.
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