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DeWalt DCD796M2-GB 18V Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 4.0Ah £154.98 @ Toolstation
Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
As above. Good price on this combi drill Use code JUNE19 to get it at this price Ultra compact, lightweight design allows use in confined spaces. • 2 x 4.0Ah XR Li-Ion batterie… Read more
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Lol I had mine replaced but the second one was the same too so I just kept it. Just need to find a good deal on a impact driver now


Thanks for confirmation, oh yeah forgot about reverse/forward button being a bit loose. Ah well, I will live with that I suppose, not feeling like returning another drill back for minor issue, which in fact is not a major thing. Just a bit hard to chew if you expect perfect product. :D If you are really bothered with it, little googling said it can be fixed by taping 2 pieces of duck/gorila tape stacked one on top each other, but I am fine as long it does not impacts operation.


Yes they dont seem to have designed it very well. The battery felt loose and the reverse and forward button felt like it was loose too. But it outperformed by a mile! my makita drill even though the build quality on the makita was better.


Quick question mate, does the battery holds the full grip on yours or it feels a bit loose once slid onto drill? Mine seems to wobble little bit.


Bummer ;( thanks

Makita HP457DW G-Series 18v Combi Drill inc 1.5Ah Battery £59.99 @ Powertool World
Posted 10th JunPosted 10th Jun
Makita G series cordless drill, use code FD2019 for free next day delivery. Direct link:

I agree, but some people don't seemed bothered so posted the deal. LXT for me every time.


Sorry, got to vote cold. After extensive reading about G- versus LXT-range, comments were unanimous: go for Makita’s LXT-range everytime.


Odd, it works on my mobile. Not able to check on my pc.




Yes HUKD affiliate links is not working for some reason. This should work: Apologies if it's me, this is first time using mobile to submit deal (never again!!)

Makita DHP459SF 18v Brushless Combi Drill (1 x 3ah) (665661) - £119.99 @ ITS
Posted 8th JunPosted 8th Jun
Looks a far better bet than the Makita G series that you usually see for around £99. 1 decent battery included and brushless technology that seems to be the lastest hype. Comments … Read more
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Thanks, I was (and still am) a bit confused about the DHP480SYE that I linked to, as I couldn't find any further official info on that specific model. It says it has 54Nm torque on the Screwfix website, which is a bit more than the one in this HUK deal (45Nm), so I wondered if it was a better model just sold with a different configuration of batteries?


many thanks for the info!


Its a good capable combi from the spec, but the 2 x 1.5ah batteries are small capacity, but light weight. It does come with the rapid charger; so faster charging times than the charger provided with the above deal. It's not a drill I own. You may be able to keep swapping the 1.5 ah between drill and charger in time for bigger tasks. I don't own a battery less than 3ah and I reserve that one for my radio as it just doesn't last long enough in my tools. I can't offer any insight into how long a 1.5ah battery will last in a brushless combi. Anyone else??


Apologies for the delay. Your Bosch is a max torque of 28Nm, so this deal will be a step up. The DHP 458 is a heavy, top end combi drill. I only use it for heavy duty tasks. If you've been using it for a while, your arms and wrists know about it. Same for the DHP481. You can pick up a good condition second hand DHP458 on eBay for about £45 to £50; naked.


but DHP458 costs at least £170-£180 with a battery and charger..not really comparable to this one..

Dewalt DCD795D1S1 XR Li-ion Brushless 2 Speed Combi Drill (1 x 1.5Ah & 1 x 2Ah)(953209) - £119.99 @ ITS
Posted 8th JunPosted 8th Jun
Looks a decent deal being brushless. Shame both batteries aren't 2.0ah but still think an included lower capacity battery at this price point is a bonus. Should make a decent purc… Read more

I got this drill but with one 1.5 battery for £85 on a previous post from wickes. Excellent drill for my needs.


Sounds like this is a pick and mix drill combo with having different batteries in the case?


Use code M25 for free drills on any order.


Updated, apologies missed the VAT was missing. Thanks all


Heat.... now put the inclusive or price

Makita DLX2131JX1 18V Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack 3 x 3.0Ah £239.98 Toolstation
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
DHP482Z 18V Combi Drill • DTD152Z 18V Impact Driver • 3 x 3.0Ah Li-Ion batteries • 22min fast charger • Makpac carry case. DHP482Z Combi Drill: • Drilling capacity: masonry 13mm… Read more
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Anything similar with less batteries? Need a set myself!


Excellent kit but slightly cheaper at Lawson HIS

5% of next order @ FFX
Posted 4th JunPosted 4th JunLocalLocal
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Didn't work on the 7th unfortunately would've saved me over a fiver :|


Thank you @Wizzfizz (highfive)


Super thanks op (y)


Great company, got Makita bits from them in the past


I use 15% off code from eBay last time and saved £120 from 2 orders. If you not rush just wait for eBay codes for more saving.

Milwaukee M18BPDN-402C 18V 4.0Ah Li-Ion RedLithium Cordless Combi Drill £169.99 @ Screwfix
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
These are usually £199.99 maybe save a few quid if you're in the market for such item. Thanks Powerful and compact Milwaukee M18 combi drill. Delivers power and good runtime. Idea… Read more

Thanks! I did a bit more reading and agree - picked up the Dewalt earlier. Very nice!


The Dewalt 796 is a better drill.


This is the brushed version but being Milwaukee will be a strong drill I imagine. Maybe someone that's used both versions can comment.


My drill has packed up after doing up 3 houses, so am in the market for a new one - anyone know how this compares with the Toolstation Dewalt posted a few days ago? This one:


Sods law, I've been waiting for this to come down to this price for weeks. I was told by screwfix it probs would be reduced on the last bank holiday but it never so I ended up taking the plunge with the milwaukee m18onepd-0 which comes with a 5.0ah battery and charger but no box for £187

Bosch GSB 18V-21 18V Li-Ion Combi Drill 3 x 2.0Ah - £124.98 @ Toolstation
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Product Details• 3 x 2.0Ah Li-Ion batteries • 20 Torque settings + drill • 13mm keyless chuck • Variable speed control trigger Supplied with charger and carry case. Maximum drilli… Read more

The drill is just branded 'professional'. It doesn't mean in the slightest that it's not for your average Joe. It's just a combi drill at the end of the day and well package for the home diyer as well as trade. The battery means less weight, so it's ideal in that sense. For instance, the battery size/weight overall is perfect for installing kitchen cabinets. I'd not be wanting a 4 or 5ah battery in the drill for that. There are many other reasons why a smaller battery is more beneficial. Regarding battery life, well it comes with 3 batteries, so it's a none issue really when using the drill, as you'll always have one charged and ready to go. Sure, for other Bosch tools that might need/draw more power, they will need that step up in battery. If you've bought into the Bosch ecosystem already then you'll no doubt have more batteries anyway (maybe 4ah+ in size), so again it's a none issue regarding batteries.


This is a great dill and very strange deal. Expensive overkill for weekend diy jobs, not good enough for pro because of small batteries. Drill itself is for professional. Lasts forever even when mixing plaster on a daily basis. My one is about 5yo abused on daily basis. The only problem are the batteries. 2Ah it's not enough for pro, especially when most of us owns plenty of other power hungry 18V series tools from the same brand.


I also bought this drill but from eBay for £89.99 with two 1.5Ah batteries and it is fantastic. Its the best drill i have owned.


I got it with two 1.5AH batteries in December for £60 and have been pleased with it. The loosening chuck was with a slightly different model afaik, not had an issue with mine.


I haven't had any with mine but it's had very little use. I wasn't fussed though as I only paid about 70 quid for this when I got it.

Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
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I'll be honest the guy I work with has this exact set and it's been absolutely smashed at work and is still going strong the only issue is batterys don't last long enough but other than that for the money it's well worth it. I'm building trade and bought the upgrade version and cant really see a difference. (y)


Any thoughts on this? Debating going for this or grabbing a Makita DHP

DeWalt DCD796 18V Brushless Combi Drill plus 2 x 4.0Ah - £174.98 (With Code) @ Toolstation
Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd Jun
Best in class for enthusiastic DIYers' and professionals alike. £5 off voucher code is still seeminly working: TOOLECNMAY19 Product DetailsUltra compact, lightweight design allow… Read more

They go up and down in price on Amazon....£83.30 atm DEWALT DCD796N 18v XR Li-Ion Brushless Compact Combi Hammer, 18 W, 18 V


A quick Google search and you'll find quite a few places.




I have the DCD796 and I haven't found anything it can't cope with yet. It's a great drill for DIY. I bought mine for £72.50 from UK Planet Tools. I also prefer the 2ah batteries, paired with a DCB118 charger they only take 30 minutes to charge.


It's more the weight as the 996 is their heavy duty drill aimed at tradesmen. This drill is ideal for light trade and diy. I'm not so sure Dewalt will bring out replacements as there isn't exactly any new tech that surpasses brushless or Li-ion. I guess their flexi volt system is the newest tech, but that is way too expansive for me.

Bosch PSB 1800 LI-2 Cordless Combi Drill with Two 18 V Lithium-Ion Batteries  £59.99 @ Amazon
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Good price for this Bosch PSB drill 1800 LI-2 Cordless Combi Drill with 2 batteries and comes with a 2 year Bosch warranty. This is the PSB version so also has the hammer function.… Read more
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Yes pretty sure like most drills now you have both over-current protection and over-temperature protection along with other protections for the battery while charging. I don't think the motor in my Bosch is particularly strong though which is probably why they limited the chuck size and give people a reason to pay more for the Bosch blue range. Still a nice drill but I wouldn't want it as my only drill I'd either want a more powerful cordless or have a mains drill too.


£3.50 tracked cashback too!


ha its like mattress manufactures adding names like uber cool to their foam mattress names


Have it reported. They'll only continue like this unless they're stopped and given a warning.


Bit the bullet cheers

Makita CXT 2Ah Li-ion Combi drill & impact driver twin kit+2 batteries £85 @ B&Q In-Store
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th MayLocalLocal
Extra £5 off if you join the B=Q club Product Information This Makita cordless Li-Ion combi drill and impact driver twin kit is … Read more
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Went to farnborough store showed 2 on the system however the trade desk said there was none. Didn’t check out the back just said they would be on the shelf if they were still in stock. Left really disappointed. So even though it shows farnborough having low stock I would call ahead to save the journey and disappointment


Anyone had any luck on this? Tried stores showing low stock however when called there is none.


I just went to the closest one.The assistant was very helpful and went and checked the storeroom too.I phoned the other one,as I didnt want to risk it.She didnt check the shelf though.


I always call the store first with these deals, to make sure. The staff are always helpful and do not mind checking the shelf.


None in Drumchapel or Bishopbriggs even though it says low stock... Save anyone a wasted journey like I did.

Ryobi One Combi Drill and Impact Driver - £100 instore only @ B&Q
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th MayLocalLocal
Ryobi One+ 1.3Ah Li-ion Combi drill & impact driver twin pack 2 batteries R18CK2A-LL13F Not sure if the 1.3Ah batteries are an issue but this seems a good deal if you can find… Read more

Mine are ok. Just drilled through brick and breeze wall for some water pipe. Struggles on the circular saw. But ok on drill and impact driver.


Also just checked my local B&Q, they seem to have replaced this kit with the same thing but with 2x 2.0Ah batteries at £160. Or you can pay an extra £30 and get the 3 tool kit including the circular saw.


If the impact driver is anything like the impact wrench the front part around the chuck is actually metal coated black. As for the drill, the actual chuck is metal with a rubberised plastic outer layer (like any other drill). I don't get why someone would assume a plastic chuck.


Is it?


Nothing at my local B&Q in Sydenham. They sell no Ryobi at all there

18v li-Ion Combi Drill - £39.99 @ ALDI from 02/06/19
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th MayLocalLocal
Cordless hammer combo drill with battery and 13 piece accessories

I've been looking for a battery combi drill like this, along with a multitool, so that i can buy one charger and 2 batteries and use one while other charges. Problem with these aldi batt systems is they seem to change the battery design every year or so, or even more! so are incompatable with others. Would have loved this to not be the case, could have saved me alot, and although the tools are generally quite good it works out more expensive in the end , and when the batt dies, (it will) youre done for


I checked this out following your comment. Went out bought the drill, drill bits and wall plugs. Drill did everything I needed, drilled into the brick walls no problem, light easy to get grips with, Thank you lightrider


Two batteries,1 hour fast charge HERE for £10 more.


3-5 hour charger 😣 Them 1000 piece pack of screws are good though for a tenner.

Einhell Power X-Change TE-CD 18 Li-I BL 18V Cordless 2 X 2.0AH Brushless Combi Drill £99 @ Wickes
Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
The Einhell cordless combi drill with brushless motor delivers more power and runs longer. Supplied with 2 batteries and a high speed charger to keep you going for longer. Featurin… Read more
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ok, yep, would definitely get this one instead if you can get hold of it (y) (y) bigger batteries and higher torque


Yep, they're the same! Voltages aren't precise and WORX (now others too) chose to quote '20v MAX' for theirs.


yep, probably, lithium 18650 cells are rated 3.7v nominal so both types probably have 5 cells in series so will fluctuate dependent on charge level (fully charged normally 4.2v)


Think the difference between 20 and 18 volt is ziltch in that all the cells equal 18 volt min or 20 volt max so there the same, but brushless does give a power boost.


please can you link me to the worx with 2 5Ah batteries for £100?

DeWalt DCD796 18V XR Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Combi Drill 2 x 2.0Ah £149.99 @ Toolstation
Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
I’ve been watching this site for a few days hoping for a good drill deal to replace my broken hitachi. After some deliberation, I plumped for this as a “top of the range” DIY opti… Read more

Thank you for posting this discount code (highfive)


I haven't come across or heard of that problem. Maybe you just got an iffy drill, or, got a drill that had previously had been returned by some numpty that used it to do a job or two. Happens a lot with places like Toolstation (and others for that matter). People use and abuse and return as 'new' for a refund. Idiots. Saying that though, you might have just got a dodgy product.


Collected this drill on Friday and took it back yesterday as the bit wouldn’t release. Should have a new one by Monday. Has anyone heard of this being a common problem with these? I’m no tool expert, this is the first time I’ve spent this much on a drill!


That's the 776, this one is the 796. Different drills.


Isn't this the same item? Extra bonus is that you don't have to walk into a place named 'Toolstation' (lol)

Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Brushless combi drill powered by RedLithium-Ion batteries for exceptional power and run time. RedLink Plus intelligence system delivers advanced digital overload protection and enh… Read more

If you're hunting for this but are prepared to wait they occasionally drop it to 169.99 as a deal.


Milwaukee are the **** (in a good way)


Brilliant drill, been this piece for a while now I brought mine about 6 months ago

Makita HP457DWE10 18V 2 X 1.5Ah Li-Ion Cordless G-Series Combi Drill & 74 Piece Accessory Set - £110 @ Wickes
Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Produced to a quality far exceeding that of DIY products, this Makita 18V G-Series Combi Drill has a different battery platform to the Makita LXT range. It is powered exclusively b… Read more

If you get the anything in the LXT range with its batteries then you can go and get bare units from companies like FFX for relatively small money. This G series kit is a bit of a dead end, and I would imagine to differentiate it from LXT and keep the price down it is probably made (dont know for sure) with inferior materials.


Lmao. Same HERE. Every time I ask my mates they say its not good enough.


I have this set and have used it extensively on lots of jobs around the house. Never had any issues and always enough power! Would recommend around the £100 mark as has everything you could need for home DIY.


Only you have all the pros complaining itll struggle to to drill a 16mm hole in brick, unlike an SDS.


Here you go ... much the same thing but with LXT.

Makita DHP482RFWJ 18V 2 X 3.0Ah Li-Ion LXT Cordless Combi Drill £150 @ Wickes
Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Makita DHP482RFWJ 18V 2 X 3.0Ah Li-Ion LXT Cordless Combi Drill Bought in Wickes. Seems like a good deal
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Is brushless that much better?


That’s the one I plumped for in the end. They also had a makita one for £10 more with a 5.0ah battery but it had less torque (I know torque isn’t everything!). Just seemed better overall compared to the makita deal


I agree also, in case you don’t know the black clip will slide up and lock in as if joining two cases together. Makes opening it way easier.


Its for trade accounts only in case people didnt notice. "Online Discount only available for use by registered TradePro members. To use your TradePro discount you need to log in."


Can get a Dewalt DCD796 brushless with 2ah batteries, charger and Tstack case for around £150 at Toolstation. Better drill/specs over all.

Energizer EZCCB18V2B2AUK 18V Brushless Portable Impact Wrench + 2 x 2.0Ah Batteries, Charger & Case - £79 delivered @ UK Planet Tools
Posted 10th MayPosted 10th May
Energizer is the energy specialist and provides the best quality products. The 18V and 2Ah ENERGZER battery is Lithium-Ion. It gathers a great amount of energy in a very small pa… Read more

Sorry I didn't get a notification. I was able to use this to change all four shocks on the car that had likely been on for 14 years / 130k miles. Made fairly light work of an otherwise grotty job and think I would have struggled more with just a breaker bar. For £80 happy to sign off on a recommendation


Has anyone else had any good usage yet ? Really tempted at the price but woul£ like some feedback first thanks


anyone bought this used it in anger yet. looking foe one foe home mechanic use


They're bound with 14 years of rust but I'm sure the blowtorch will help things on their way (mad)


it'll probably be OK for stuff like that. usually only 60Nm or so (freshly torqued) I'm keeping mine i do have a mains powered 1/2 impact which has a lot more torque if it starts to struggle but means running extensions etc..

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