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Used: Makita TD111DZ Brushless Impact Driver £45.02 @ Amazon Warehouse 20% OFF CHECKOUT
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Used: Makita TD111DZ Brushless Impact Driver £45.02 @ Amazon Warehouse 20% OFF CHECKOUT

£45.02£59.9925%Amazon Deals
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Posted 13th Apr
Warehouse deal. Very good condition.
With warranty great price. Bought one. ‘Great reviews and performance for small voltage.

£90 at Screwfix
£45 AT CHECKOUT 20% DISCOUNT
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8 available at £56.26 used.
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Says £86 for me.
56 used
Expire or show the deal please
scam.... used 56£
Ask Erkan_salih has said 20% off when go to checkout,

Great impact driver though, managed to get this with the drill and 2 battery’s from Homebase when they were selling them off.
Edited by: "countryboy1" 13th Apr
£56 is the cheapest.
Deal expired
20% off when you checkout
Erkan_Salih4 m ago

20% off when you checkout


Don't expire. 7 available as as this guy says, further 20% will be taken off at the checkout.
Can’t find it
Bugger me, excellent find.
Soz for doubting the price, I stand corrected.
Someone find me the 10.8v nailer with 20% off, thanks
Shame no battery, but good deal/price
toonarmani1 m ago

Shame no battery, but good deal/price



What he said
Ordered
Maybe add 10.8v to title?
Edited by: "paulhollio" 13th Apr
Thanks op
friar_chris1 h, 17 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B01LREX6K8/ref=dp_olp_all_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=all


I saw the used warehouse deal at £56 but didn’t follow it all the way to checkout to get the 20%. Very good deal for £45 well spotted
How much is battery
rubberyduck12 m ago

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Makita+10.8v+battery


That is genius!
MR112313 m ago

Says bad link


You are un-helpable.
mikefrom8213/04/2019 23:14

£40.85 at …£40.85 at amazonhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Makita-TD110DZ-Impact-Driver-Body/dp/B017AQXGNE/ref=asc_df_B017AQXGNE/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=205341469171&hvpos=1o5&hvnetw=g&hvrand=1763778845081193793&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1007326&hvtargid=pla-323804703803&psc=1


Different model number, only slightly and I don't know what the difference is........
Steveyorkie14 m ago

Different model number, only slightly and I don't know what the difference …Different model number, only slightly and I don't know what the difference is........



TD111DZ is brushless whereas the one linked by mikefrom82 (TD110DZ) isn’t.
Why not buy the new 18v one for £56 ? Did I miss anything?
amazon.co.uk/Mak…YS3
Great deal and price but all now OOS
hongliang.li7 h, 55 m ago

Why not buy the new 18v one for £56 ? Did I miss …Why not buy the new 18v one for £56 ? Did I miss anything?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Makita-DTD152Z-Impact-driver-160Nm/dp/B01861LGA2/ref=pd_aw_sbs_60_1/262-5174109-6085263?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B01861LGA2&pd_rd_r=9c3cad2a-5e44-11e9-9ab7-adaade3fec5d&pd_rd_w=3YXSj&pd_rd_wg=aavEl&pf_rd_p=d9539b3c-75e6-4bff-a48d-94806c2c2f83&pf_rd_r=DQ1KWJ8XQP4QSB7VEYS3&psc=1&refRID=DQ1KWJ8XQP4QSB7VEYS3


That's not brushless
Personally I'd probably get the brand new brushed model for £56
Don't get too sucked up into brushless technology - brushed motors do not wear out that quickly, if ever during the typical lifespan of a DIY tool and brushes are quite easily changed if needed. Battery life may be better with brushless but for a DIY'er is that a big deal? - the addtional electronics required to drive a brushless motor is rarely considered, but with more electronics there is a chance they could fail if used under stressful condition, rendering the tool unusable and likely end of life, unlike worn out brushes.

I'm not saying one is better than the other but do not get tricked into thinking only brushless tools will do... some lower priced brushless tools (Cheap Makita) do not offer any real perceived benefit vs their brushed equivalent.

Some may say it's a new marketing gimmick to drum up sales in a very competitive and well established market.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 14th Apr
hongliang.li10 h, 24 m ago

Why not buy the new 18v one for £56 ? Did I miss …Why not buy the new 18v one for £56 ? Did I miss anything?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Makita-DTD152Z-Impact-driver-160Nm/dp/B01861LGA2/ref=pd_aw_sbs_60_1/262-5174109-6085263?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B01861LGA2&pd_rd_r=9c3cad2a-5e44-11e9-9ab7-adaade3fec5d&pd_rd_w=3YXSj&pd_rd_wg=aavEl&pf_rd_p=d9539b3c-75e6-4bff-a48d-94806c2c2f83&pf_rd_r=DQ1KWJ8XQP4QSB7VEYS3&psc=1&refRID=DQ1KWJ8XQP4QSB7VEYS3


Because some people like me already have 10.8V Makita kit with batteries and charger, and it's more than good enough for most DIY, as well as being smaller and lighter than most 18V kit
All long gone, sadly.
Got mine delivered, not a mark on it, but packaging was opened. Gutted I don’t have any 10.8v battery’s or chargers tho lol. I only have the 18v stuff so looks like I need to spend a little more
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