Just seen that sorry, HP not DHP!
It's a good price for the kit but, I'd save your money and try and get something like the DHP482 or for a bit more the DHP458. More often than not it's cheaper to buy Makita kit piece by piece. I also wouldn't buy anything less than 4.0Ah batteries nowadays with the price now down close to £40 and £50 for the 5.0Ah ones. This drill is good enough for light DIY but nothing else. Finally I would try and get the DC18RC quick charger with any kit - charging times for the model in this kit 1.5Ah charge time - 30 minutes3.0Ah charge time - 60 minutes4.0Ah charge time - 90 minutesand the quick charger Charge Time (1.5Ah): 15 minsCharge Time (2.0Ah): 18 minsCharge Time (3.0Ah): 22 minsCharge Time (4.0Ah): 36 minsCharge Time (5.0Ah): 45 mins
I got this drill and it suffered chuck wobble from the word go. I might have just been unlucky with my particular unit... :|
As spannerzone pointed out the one on Amazon is a weaker drill/battery, this one you can use all the LXT batteries
That's a G series drill and not LXT series.