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Buy 2x WORX 20v 4Ah Li-ion batteries for £99.99 (normally £69.99 each) and get a WORX WX372 heavy duty (50nm) combi drill (with hammer action), case and charger thrown in free! 3 Year warranty too. @ positecworx eBay
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
I'm not sure why Positecworx (the UK distributor) is presenting deals like this (maybe just to get attention) but it really is an incredible offer while it lasts (my previous deal … Read more

Mine arrived today - fantastic bit of heavyweight kit! Worth it for the batteries alone; the drill, fast charger and case are a free bonus really.


Got this drill. Gotta say it’s a bad boy drill. Up there with the dewalts n makita. I got mine at this price also from wickes


Great deal (y)


Depends what you mean by 'decent' but you'd struggle to do better than this and it's under your budget (just went down another fiver):


Any decent drills around the 70pounds mark?

5 Day Deals - Wickes 18V 1.3Ah Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill was £50 now £35 / Wickes Hammer Drill 230-240V - 710W was £39.99 now £20 C+C @ Wickes - more in OP
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Both these drills are part of Wickes 5 Day Deals / Weekend Savers for this week, thought they seemed great value & cheaper than comparable drills by quite a margin. They have a… Read more
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Are they driving you mad? 8)


Retailers are selling them all off before the legislation changes at the end of the year, where only left handed drills can be sold- possibly one of the last EU rules before the country really falls off the edge of a cliff ;)


What’s with all the drill deals recently?


Same hammer drill under a different name (the cheap Chinese ones all come from the same factory) is available at homebase for £10


Ha, only read half of it.

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Makita DHP483BRJX 18v Black Brushless Combi Drill with 1 x 3.0Ah Battery £119.99 @ ITS
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Key FeaturesLimited 'Black' Edition Combi DrillBrushless Motor - Improved performance, runtime and lifetime1x 3.0Ah Li-ion Battery, Case & ChargerPart of the Makita 18v LXT Ran… Read more
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I wondered what you were looking at :D I got the stupidly high torque Makita 458 which is great at breaking a wrist if not careful, I think it's 88Nm and when you use it you really smell those brushes burning away hehehe....however something around 60Nm should be fine for most people.


Ah, sorry! Completely misread the page I was on - 63Nm is the nut-busting torque and so pretty meaningless (especially on a combi). Good call. Or if going Makita then the DHP482 is probably better at this price range (not brushless but more powerful).


It's 40Nm torque as per description above and on the site. 63Nm would be great if it was. "Delivering an impressive 40Nm max torque" Personally I found my previous Makita and Bosch, both around 40Nm of torque rather lacking and when I got a higher torque drill then realised how much difference it made. This might be fine for the average DIY'er but i'd rather get the £99 Dewalt that has a larger battery and 60Nm for £99...and it's brushless for those that have a dislike of brushes :D


Thank you sir!


Since when is 63Nm low torque? If you need much more than that, you'd be better off with an impact driver, wrench or SDS drill.

Makita HP457DWE10 18V Li-Ion 1.5Ah Cordless G-Series Combi Drill & 74 Piece Accessory Set was £179.99 now £105.30 / Webb 40cm Petrol Rotary Lawnmower £87.30 C+C w/code @ Wickes + more in OP inc Karcher
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Thought these were all decent prices - heavily discounted anyway but code SEPT18 takes an extra 10% off the on site prices if you spend over £75 & choose to C+C. Code will wor… Read more

Cracking deal that like. Well done.


Non sds, Silly realy . maybee ok for the odd red wall plug or you will ruin a good drill. Good luck for the life of it.


Not so. I have a DeWalt DCD995 XRP that rips into masonry.


Sorry just checked it was £61 not 54 It was a mix of a bit of luck and and eBay 10% discount code (it would have been £54 if I’d used the US 20% code rather than the uk 10%one) It was a boxed and new DAB dmr104 in June when a places were clearing stock because the DMR109 came out. You can still get them for £75 delivered


Shouldnt realy use a combi drill for masonry anyway if you want it to last.

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DeWalt DCD795M1 18V XR Brushless 2-Speed Combi Drill with 1 x 4.0Ah Battery and Case - £1235.99 @ Powertoolmate
Found 31st AugFound 31st Aug
A truly marvelous drill at a cracking price.

I really want 1 for this price but the link doesn’t work !!!!


Had to sell my car to buy one.


Really? Lol.


Bought 2 for future use. I'm sure after 1 thousand years this will be antique and I can sell for millions.


This is the actual up to date version of the kit that is both in stock and reasonably priced, tho personally i'd wait for an ebay discount day to get some money off

Draper 18V Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill w/case £34.20 with code @ Halfords
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Free C&C. Code : TOOL10 The Draper 18V Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill comes complete with 1 hour fast charger, 18v Battery and blow mould case. Draper 18V Li-Ion Cordless Combi… Read more

Does this come with any drill bits?


Apparently yes according to the website: [I assume you mean the 'Bronze' membership]


£3.42 cheaper with defence discount card (y)


Very likely possible tbh.


Good to know. assume it does then work? Reason i ask is that it wouldn't be the first time a manufacturer has swopped over connection polarity to stop consumers doing things like this. I've no direct experience of JCB tools - possible they have had different sources so maybe some compatible (with your mod) and some not?

Milwaukee combi drill £199.99 instore at screwfix
LocalLocalFound 28th AugFound 28th Aug
Ok so I seen this in my screwfix store today.They are starting to sell milwaukee power tools.The front cover of new catalogue is a combi drill with 2x4ah batteries,charger and case… Read more
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I find a brace and bit best. Battery never runs out


Warranty is 3 years. Mine is just over a year old and still removing 36mm nuts. 1/2 inch impact driver


It is available I saw In Store this morning


I use them daily for work engineering usually outside. 3 year warranty on drill and 2 years on battery. My first drill went knackered after I squashed it under a truck after 4 years. I'm now still 2 years into my second drill and still using old batteries


So you've used 1 tool so class the entire brand as unreliable,ok.

Bosch PSB 1800 LI-2 Cordless Combi Drill with Two 18 V Lithium-Ion Batteries £66.72 @ Amazon - Prime exclusive
Found 27th AugFound 27th Aug
Bosch PSB 1800 LI-2 Hammer Drill (2 Batt 1.5 Ah)The PSB 1800 LI-2 (2 Batt) is a cordless, 2-speed hammer drill/driver. This tool delivers high levels of power thanks to its 18 V li… Read more

Amazing drill..bought it a few months back and has been one of my best purchases this year.


Yeah, this has a hammer function. I used it last week to assemble some flat pack cabinets and then hang them onto a block wall. Was really enjoyable (compared to my Ryobi electric screwdriver and old crap corded drill that I'd have normally used)


anyone know if i could use this to drill holes in brick walls? Or which drill should i go for to drill in brick walls in my garden? I been doing some researches, but i am very confused at the moments. Thanks.


It’s gone down again Only for prime


13mm chuck accepts bigger diameter drill bits. 10 mom is made for average diy work smaller drill bits

MAKITA DHP453SYE 18V 2x 1.5AH LI-ION battery LXT CORDLESS COMBI DRILL £99.99 @ screwfix
Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
Not the most powerful battery but you get 2 Efficient combi drill with screwdriver and percussion modes. Supplied with charger and carry case. 2 x 1.5Ah Li-Ion Batteries 30min … Read more
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Need a drill, is this a good buy?


Stock CodeDescriptionIn StockQty.PriceTotalRemoveBL1830/EMakita BL1830 18V LXT 3.0Ah Li-Ion Battery In Stock- + £27.49 £27.49DC18RC/2/EMakita DC18RC 7.2V-18V LXT Multi-Voltage Compact Charger In Stock- + £23.33 £23.33 Total Goods £50.82 SubTotal£50.82 VAT£10.16 GRAND TOTAL £60.98


3ah genuine batteries are circa £29.99 - £35 usually and the charger best price I have seen is £26.99!

icekay similar to to the above but has 2 x 2.0ah batterie


If you search on hukd you'll find it.

Makita DHP453SFTK 18V 3.0Ah LXT Cordless Combi Drill & 101 Piece Accessory Kit @ Tool Station £114.98
Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
Great price, for a good starter kit from a decent brand. Plenty available to click and collect around the country! This is £169.99 in Argos!
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Can you use batteries in makita radio?


I ordered yesterday evening, and had a phone call today from them saying the item is discontinued.


I've had this drill for going on 5 years now. It's always been reliable. As a joiner I use it nearly everyday. The drill bits etc on the other hand are a waste of time.


Get the Worx 373


The bpd-201 is £20 more at ts (£135), has 8Nm more torque (50 vs 42) and a 2Ah rather than 3Ah battery. Horses for courses but no accessories. If you’re not bothered by that (and I probably wouldn’t be) then the dewalt dcd795 is probably a better bet with 60Nm, 1.5Ah battery (but brushless which will approx offset the smaller capacity) and £120. Saying all that, I very rarely switch my makita 453 into gear 1 (for max torque), it’ll happily drive unpiloted 5mm screws in gear 2.

Dewalt DCK266P2T 18v Brushless DCD796 Combi Drill DCF887 Impact Driver 2 x 5.0ah £237.86 @ buyaparcel-store / Ebay
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Dewalt DCK266P2T 18v Brushless DCD796 Combi Drill DCF887 Impact Driver 2 x 5.0ah add for the total price of £247.54

This is a cracking deal. I paid £258 with 4ah batteries


For any diy'ers that don't need that much power then this 10.8v kit is decent at £85 quid Just throwing out options :)


Bought myself in previous 15% ebay offer, Fantastic tools. Impact driver is awesome. Just need a decent magnetized bit (I have the Wera Impacktor)



DeWALT 18V COMBI DRILL at B&Q for £75 instore
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While that's true, Dewalt bought out Elu powertools, so Dewalt powertools were basically rebranded Elu powertools. So much time has passed since then and the tools are constantly being updated, they're just Dewalt products now. I have owned Dewalt tools for the past 10 or more years and can only say they have improved in that time. The old post type nicad/nimh batteries aren't a patch on the new LI-ion batteries and the tools themselves have only improved with innovative features over time. One change I have seen in recent years is the introduction of a lower end line of tools, but this is the same with Makita, Bosch and lot of other pro tool companies. A £75 drill can't be expected to perform the same as their higher end £300 industrial rated model. I think a lot of people buy the cheaper tools and expect them to handle more than they're rated for, then complain that the company has gone downhill when it fails.


Hopefully it's a case of "CONGRATULATIONS!" by now. I have Dewalt drills and drivers that I rate highly, but I'm also a big FATMAX fan - really good stuff that often gets reduced.


All the best (y)


Or learn to use the trigger properly ;)


I splashed out on one of these afer having loads of B&D and Bosch stuff. The difference is amazing. You only need one battery unless you are going to be using it all day long so perfect for DIY. Only down side is it is too powerful to be used as a driver for most smaller screws unless you want to keep faffing on with Torq settings so maybe get a separate driver as well

Milwaukee M12CPD 12v 44nm Brushless Combi Drill *body only* £65 Milwaukee Power Tools
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
There's been better deals if you're wanting the full kit, but as body-only this is a bit of a bargain I think. This is the brushless 12v combi with 13mm chuck and 44nm torque. The … Read more
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In case any Milwaukee users are interested, I've just found a couple of cracking deals on the 12v right-angle drill and pipe cutter. But as usual when I posted it the mods pulled it straight down, so just message me if you want the details (y)


Sounds like an 18v combi will suit you better. The general rule of thumb is the larger the hole, the more torque and less speed is required. Generally, not exclusively.


I mean I've seen almost all the reviews, from my humble perspective it seems like it is the same speed as a top of the line combi drill. Which in all honesty is better for me as I do I have to drill large holes through wood quite often so a good combi drill is already on my list of items to buy. Thanks for the help anyway!


As the previous comment stated you can’t really beat an SDS for masonry jobs, would make hard work using anything else really. Also of course why SDS drills have SDS bits designed specifically for the type of work. I would say I have been blown away by the performance on the Milwaukee SDS, for a 12v unit it’s remarkable. Plenty reviews on YouTube.


You can't beat an SDS for drilling masonry, but then you're not going to be driving screws with an SDS, so it depends what else you've got really.

Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless Combi Drill Kit 2x2.5Ah £80 Homebase
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Combination drill, screw driver and percussion drill to suit multiple applications. 13mm keyless chuck for greater accessory compatibility. Quick adjustment 24 torque settings for … Read more

This isn't the case with Ryobi, their batteries have been interchangeable since day one, and you can run original ni-cad tools on li-ion batteries and vice versa (I think you may need an adapter to go one way). The trouble is they screw you on battery and charger prices, so what seems like a good deal in the first place quickly sours when you need a new battery. Take the original post- the two 2.5ah batteries are worth £80 apparently. I won't claim to know all the different brand's prices but I know you'll be paying less for more with Makita, Metabo and Milwaukee.


have reserved thanks OP


Not going under quite yet only 42 stores so still another 200ish to go.


I mainly buy DeWalt or Bosch Blue. For the DIYer Ryobi are a good brand but you need to be aware for many cheap brands they change the design of the batteries so 3-4 years down the line when your batteries are goosed you can't get replacements although the power tool is still in good shape.


That's my boy

Bosch GSB 18V Li-ion Professional Compact Combi Drill Set 2 X 3.0Ah Batteries and Accessories  £108 when you C&C @ Travis Perkins
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
With hard case. The Bosch GSB 18V combi drill is equipped with electronic cell protection, protecting the battery against overload, overheating and discharge. The electronic motor … Read more

It’s a proper quality drill, better than the DIY level stuff from Bosch/DeWalt/Makita. It’s not brushless though so there is better high end stuff around from the big brands. But you’d pay a lot more


I have just got my one how does this compare to de Walt and Makita


Still a great price in my opinion. You won't be disappointed


£12 off. I’m still buying one at full price. Took me long to decide


Mine too, however on closer inspection it looks like one it's included! If you look at the picture on the side of the box there is no bit holder in the screwdriver bit set. Makes no sense at all but at least you know you're not missing anything

Makita DHP482 18V LXT Combi Drill 62Nm/1900rpm - Body Only - £41.99 @ Powertoolmate
Found 4th AugFound 4th Aug
Powertoolmate have dropped their price for the DHP482 from £46.00 to £41.99 This is an absolute bargain for a mid-range drill. NB this isn't brushless, but at this price there is … Read more
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Thanks ordered last Friday and arrived today. Packaging is to be desired ... mine was in a box with some of that brown paper as a shield for bumps and thats it. The body looked a little 'dusty' but everything worked fine. Note that the battery took literally 20 minutes to charge to full as the charger chosen is a quick time charger ....


I'd say that the Erbauer is in a different category given its low end torque of 40Nm. Additionally it doesn't have the same build quality, reputation or cordless range that Makita does. That's judging by the comments in this thread:


How about the Erbauer for £69.99 on Screwfix?


Back in stock


My drill came in OEM packaging. Most body-only drills do. So that's not unusual. There was dust around the rubber but I think they just get stored in a dirty warehouse. I took the brush cap off and the motor and brushes were definitely not used. Neither was the chuck. I bought a genuine Makita battery off Amazon and similar OEM packaging. Where the drill is... probably should be directed at the company! By the way, they didn't automatically email me a tracking number but supplied one upon request.

DeWalt 18V 1.5Ah Combi Drill and Impact Driver Twin Pack with 2x Batteries and 1x TSTAK Kit Box at Screwfix for £149.99
LocalLocalFound 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
Screwfix have got this 3 day deal ending this Sunday (5th). Looks like a good value deal if you’re after a quality twin pack. Versatile twin pack comprises a combi drill and impac… Read more

Thank you OP, bought a set.


Could you provide link to it as can't find it.


Will take the 5.0ah batteries if you need more run time. Great value


How about for £139.99 @


My bad. Apologies to op. I miss read

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