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Makita is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of professional tools. From cordless drills to power saws, Makita supply both trade and DIY customers with high-quality equipment, but their products aren’t cheap. This HotUKDeals buyer’s guide will help DIY fans find the right tools at the right price. Read more
Makita DHS680Z bare unit at Amazon for £130
Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
Makita DHS680Z Brushless 18 V Li-ion Circular Saw Bare Unit, 165 mm At £130 its the cheapest it's been on amazon since Dec 2016 according to camelcamelcamel.
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I’m a proud owner of one of these - great bit of kit. With a fine tooth blade it is unbeatable.


It really is a great piece of kit, pair it with a 5amp battery and it's a beast


Really wish I had a spare £130 for one of these!

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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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.


It’s a good deal, and you should be happy with it. I’ve gone on to get an impact driver, strimmer and hedge trimmer (each £50-£60 bare) along with another 3ah battery. There’s a wealth of bare tools available at good prices which is one of the attractions of the makita lxt system. Dewalt and Bosch offer systems too (though not sure how extensive but the dewalt flexvolt kit is pretty impressive from what I’ve seen of the chainsaw and brush cutter).



Makita 18v brushless twin pack, 2x 3.0Ah batteries, 1x carry case for £229.99 @ Screwfix
LocalLocalFound 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Great value for money, don’t forget the 3 years warranty if you register your tool as well. (8619X) 1 x 18V Brushless Combi Drill 40Nm 1 x 18V Brushless Impact Driver 140Nm 2… Read more
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But that's the point - in what way are these efficient? They have specs comparible with good 12v tools, but not the size or weight savings of a 12v tool. The only efficiency they could have is longer runtime, which can be gained back buy buying a higher cap battery. You're somehow agreeing and arguing with me at the same time. For the same or less money you can buy comparable spec (44nm combi /135nm impact) 12v tools with two 2ah batteries and a 6ah battery, if you want light and compact. Or if you want something the size of an 18v tool, on an 18v platform, you can buy more powerful tools with equal or more battery capacity. That just highlights how in this specific instance the brushless technology has no real term benefit and how poor the deal is- and if these weren't brushless no-one would give them a second look, but it's like the magic word at the minute.


It's subjective though, is a less efficient, heavier, but more powerful tool better than a specifically designed lighter duty, more efficient, less powerful, lighter tool? It's like saying the 18V tools are better than the 10.8V tools outright. But it doesn't look like you gain much weight loss for the loss of power with these - so they are an odd category I think.


No, my point was for less money you could buy better, and then the OP asked how a brushed tool could be better than a brushless one.


The ones you listed aren't great though - they're entry level for the LXT general purpose drills. And the brushless aspect is taken advantage of, for light duty efficient use. Haven't checked these drills but I believe they're lighter weight - although like I said, I do find the category a bit pointless.


Nah, your complaint seems to be that these are under powered but they're not meant to be compared with the 482 and 152, they're a different category. And the OP didn't say they're better or great because they're brushless. I doubt these drills would work as brushed - they're meant to be light duty and efficient.

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Makita DGA900Z Paddle Switch Was £570 NOW £99.41 With Voucher Code @ buyaparcel / eBay
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
EXTRA 15% off with PIGGYBANK taking it to 99.41 The Makita DGA900 is a high powered 230mm (9") cordless angle grinder powered by two 18V Li-ion batteries in series. The 36v DC mo… Read more

Good find for the price especially with the 15% off. Try ebay item no 323390392755 and it is £3 cheaper even. Don't forget Topcashback as well for another 1% potential saving.


Ah, why are you asking for friends, is it because nobody likes you because you keep stealing their bicycles? :D


Any good for removing bicycle locks? Just asking for a friend.


Decent price, but it was never £570 (maybe as a kit, but not body only). It's around the £140 mark normally, so still a good deal.


£135 on fast fix, so a bit cheaper but this has never been £570!

Makita UR3000 corded 450w strimmer / edger £34.99 delivered @ eBay sold by Argos
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
This gets really decent reviews 4.8 / 5 and is still £59.95 on Amazon. £34.99 delivered at eBay sold by Argos clearance. Makita UR3000 450w corded line trimmer and edger with 12 … Read more

Almost had a panic attack then. Just paid £66, but mine's the cordless version - which is excellent, so I'm sure this will be as good.

Makita UC3541a 240v Electric Chainsaw £79.96 free collection or £4.95 delivery @ Anglia Tool Centre
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Looks like a decent price, currently reduced from £99.96. MAKITA UC3541A ELECTRIC CHAINSAW 240V New adjustment lever for easier tool-less saw chain / tension adjustment Adjustabl… Read more
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No deal, it has to be battery or petrol. No wonder this death trap is reduced!


Chainsaw with a power cable. What could possibly go wrong


I've got this chainsaw and it's not that good to be honest...chain constantly goes slack and it gets to a point where you just can't get it tight again


Do they ship these to Texas?


I find it harder chasing down teenagers when I'm plugged into the wall

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Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Crazy cheap unit plus the case (highfive) This compact, yet lightweight designed Cordless Screwdriver has a new slide battery system and all metal gearing for efficient power tra… Read more
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Good price but no hammer function for drilling into brick.


Ordered thanks & thanks to OP. :D


No he’s a human genius. Lol


I would suggest to go for - ... comes with 2 batteries....


Depends on battery price as well...

Makita DTM50z - £68.99 @ Amazon
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Just got an alert from CamelCamel i'd forgotten about.May help someone :)
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Went for the 10.8v model last year and glad I did, this one is way too bulky, but heat for price. Managed to put together the following kit for around £200 10.8v multi tool Case for tool and batteries Fast charge battery charger 3 x 4ah batteries 50 piece accessory kit Case for accessories (fits in moulder case)


How obnoxious can you be? Multi-cutters are quite a new thing. Not knowing what they are doesn't suddenly make you an amateur. I know several highly-skilled tradesmen that have no idea what they are.



vegasbaby I've always used these. Still going strong. Price has gone up a bit, seem to remember them being under £20 when I bought them.


Not really. I just saw the offer and lazily asked thinking this may be a multi tool. I know about door hinge jigs and routers. Plus we all have to start somewhere. Also i agree i would never route without a jig.

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?


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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.

Makita DRT50ZJ 18v LXT brushless router, body only £99 @ Amazon
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Makita DRT50ZJ 18v LXT brushless router body only. Sold and dispatched by Amazon. Cheapest ever. Also same price from FFX (free delivery from them too)
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Thanks but pretty sure we already got it. It isn’t lolz is it.


Nice spot. Good price and a very useful tool.


The deal had the "groups\tags" Computer and Router added so it came up in the wrong sections, the Mods have now removed these along with some of the toxic comments that were in the post.


how come whenever these barebone tools come up I think "i must buy this" even though I have no need for a router. Good price though


I own one of these. Good and very powerful bit of kit and it doesn’t destroy the battery which was surprising lol. However, it’ll be wise to invest in the larger base to it as it can be very difficult to keep it flat with the small base that it comes with (y) be warned: buying this makes it mighty tempting to buy an expensive router bit set! (lol)

Makita Multi Tool Kit & 8Pc Accessory Kit  £80 Wickes c&c
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Makita Multi Tool, TM3000CX4/2, comes with an 8 piece accessory kit. Out of stock for Delivery, Click & Collect available.
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That is very good price for Tool with case. Still avaible.


I’ve always had fein ... you can get a fm250 on eBay for £120 ... 3 years warranty .... Wouldn’t like to say what the quality is like on other makes ...... the less vibration you feel the better the quality .....


About £99.99....


Could anyone please tell me the next best price for this? I'm seeing something similar for about £99. 99 at screwfix


Handy for getting into awkward places. E.g. cutting out a piece of floor board against a wall where you can't get a circular saw in, for plumbing and wiring.

Makita DUR181Z 18V Body Only Cordless Trimmer £66.66 @ Amazon - Dispatched from and sold by AngliaToolCentre.
Found 29th JulFound 29th Jul
Hey all you Makita fans this is a great piece of kit to add to you collection. And if you regretter it you get and extra 2 years warranty too, making it 3 years for free. Great t… Read more

Just seen this strimmer back in April for £52 244° Makita 18V Body Only Cordless Li-ion Line Trimmer @ Amazon Prime - £51.99£51.99Amazon Deals sat555


Great for nose and ears hairs though!


I wouldn't fancy using this only on my body


Great kit hot. Best kept secret. Better than any beard trimmer in the market. May be even use it for hair cuts.


I own this and paid a similar price. Very happy with it. I agree that it isn't for heavy use, and similar corded ones can be bought considerably cheaper however I wouldn't consider one after using this cordless one.

Makita CLX201AJ 10.8V Twin Pack With Drill Driver & Impact £99.99 delivered @  Toolden
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Drill does not have hammer function. Models DF331D and TD110D are both new 10.8V platform models. Succeeding the DF330 and TD090D they now come with slide on Compact eXtreme Tech… Read more

How much?


Just bought a 12v Milwaukee Impact driver with brushless motor and its the same power as my 18v Lithium Hitachi!! half the size too really impressive


Calm the knickers down. (y)


I wasn't being an arse purely stating the nature of some people on here?


Don't be an arse? The question is poorly asked, yeah, but the question is a fair one. He or she is simply asking what would one expect from those differences of power.

Makita combi drill (Body Only) + 3yr warranty - £29.96 @ Anglia Tool Centre
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
I was always borrowing my brothers-in laws. Saw this on Anglian tool website and purchased it immediately. Got a battery and charger off Facebook marketplace. Might not be the lat… Read more

Have the same drill from Anglia Tool Centre purchased a couple of years ago at a similar price. I’ve beaten and battered it, but it still refuses to give up. Top product and cost.


Comes to £35 is there a voucher code?

Makita 154z Impact Driver body only- £99.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Great impact driver with adjustable speed. Been waiting for this to drop back to the £100 mark for a while now and perfect with the £30 3ah battery currently at amazon too! Free … Read more

Makita impact gold bits but get the one with the magnetic blue collar too. I have this one and it's great for holding the screw in place


Cheers all, I've found I'm obliterating everything I have and killed the screws along with it, I suspect it's non impact bits


You said that right! Its not all about how cheap something is considering its over inflated original price. it's about value for money 💰!


The only impact bits I’ll use are these - Makita B-39182”Pz2-50 Gold” Double Torsion Bit - Multi-Colour They’re brilliant and you can get them in packs of 10 too.


Honestly best buy for that $$, full set always handy and strong magnet holds screws securely.... U cannot go wrong with them ;)

Makita Black Brushless Twin Kit 18v 2x5AH £203.99  buyaparcel-store ebay
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Kit not a bad price normally at £250 ish. But currently 20% off BUYAPARCEL on eBay makes this an awesome deal!

Its normal to have odditities here and there with ALL makes. That`s why you have warranty right? Its after the warranty period that matters - not before! as in your freinds case. Batteries are not under warranty unless they explode or fail - Batteries need to be maintained for all makes.


Yeah I already have some Dewalt stuff i.e. drill. circular saw & light, so can use the batteries from them, which are compatible with Impact Wrench. BTW TCB was giving 4.3% & QC 3% at the time of deal, so got anther 7.4% off really

My cousin's dad completely hammered his DeWalt and replaced it with a Hitachi which lasted less than 2 years before battery lost charge and the trigger started failing. He bought a Makita and that's still going strong 4 years later. I had a great DeWalt nicad for 4 years, then got a makita and wouldnt go back personally.


The listing states "Bare Tool - No Battery or Charger Supplied".


my mate at work has this impact and it's really not great. ok for 4 inch screws but really struggles with 6 inches and also for 10 inches timberlocks it's a pain watching him. but please don't tell him that I've said that as he gets really upset. cracking deal

DEWALT DCG412N-XJ - 18V XR GRINDER BARE UNIT £89.99 @ Toolsense
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Needed one these to add to my kit as already got batteries with other kits. Cheapest I seen this and they really good. DeWalt DCG412N-XJ - DCG412 18V XR Grinder (Naked Unit) Fea… Read more
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Code number would have a 'T' at the end of it if there was a toughbox included. So this would be DCG412NT if it had a box.


Just bought one. Amazon normally around £105 historically. Also 5.0ah batteries £54.99 from this site too.


It depends on how much you're planning on using it. If it's only occasional use for cutting the odd bolt off, then I would say no. But if it's going to be used more often, and for longer periods of time, then yes. Brushless would make your batteries last longer.


What’s normal price for these?


Is the brushless version worth 55 notes more?

Makita DDF483ZJ 18 V Li-ion LXT Brushless Drill Driver in a Makpac Case, No Batteries Included £65.42 @ Amazon
Found 15th JulFound 15th Jul
Not bad for a light duty brushless drill driver to compliment your existing Makita LXT kit. Plus comes with type 2 Makpac. NO BATTERIES OR CHARGER. £100+ elsewhere. Makita DDF4… Read more
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Usual Amazon price hiking as they sell. Expired deal as they are now £90



Got to admit it's pretty compact, which might make it worth considering for certain applications. Not so much the weight difference as you can gain or lose that depending what size battery you have on. I'd still opt for the better cheaper model as a second drill though personally, unless the short length was a requirement.


Got you (y)


Wouldn’t contest that mate, but I’ve got the BHP451 drill and BTD140 impact driver from Makita’s original LXT line up. This is a nice little (smaller 30mm and lighter 300g than the 482) addition if you need an extra drill driver to save on bit changes. Wouldn’t recommend this as an only drill.

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