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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 DHP453RFTK 18V Li-ion Combi Drill with 101 Piece Accessory Kit - £20 @ Wickes
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LocalLocalFound 16 h, 15 m agoFound 16 h, 15 m ago
Another cracking makita deal. Only two available and that's in hull! RUN!
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vtec

Absolutely (embarrassed)

steviedude100

It was hull only

brockware

its not out of stock they have never ever stocked it in doncaster

apur32

Out of stock

no_Sunshine

I am not sure the employee was HUKD member....

Makita DK1493WX 10.8V Li-Ion 1.3Ah Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack £20 @ Wickes
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LocalLocalFound 16 h, 17 m agoFound 16 h, 17 m ago
In store only. Seems there is only 2 in stock. One in cambridge and one in Brighton. Too far for me which is a shame! Cracking little set for some smaller jobs. I've got the same … Read more
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goemon

I got most of my makita kit cheap from wickes clearances in the past their stock system is junk though I think Diane Abbot may have been involved in its creation. good luck to whoever gets there first.

Doug_

230V Makita tools for £20 include: Jigsaw, 720W (stocked in Boston, Burton on-Trent & Swansea) www.wickes.co.uk/Makita-4350CT-Orbital-Action-Jigsaw---720W/p/100046 SDS drill, 800W (stocked in Wimbledon, Sutton, Slough & Glasgow) www.wickes.co.uk/Makita-HR2611FT-SDS%2B-Rotary-Hammer-Drill-110V---800W/p/104244

Doug_

Considering Wickes stock the batteries for these at £49.99 each, these packs would be pretty cheap

compadre

And when you get there?? Oh sorry can't find it!! Worth a go if you live nearby.

steviedude100

But not like a tesco deal. It actually shows which store has them.

£85 - Makita LCT 204 2 x 1.3Ah 10.8v Cordless Drill Plus Impact Driver - Blue @ Amazon
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Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
Cracking deal - I already own Bosch professional 10.8’s so not needed by myself,but posting for fellow hukd users :D Small, compact 10.8V li-ion twinpack with drill driver and… Read more
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iamwhoiam

Gone :(

Walletmoth1

I run a property maintenance business these are my default tools only need an SDS for brickwork and your pretty much covered

Glock_Lock

Sold out

VDisillusioned

this I have a couple of cross wrenches similar to this. They are not very good for initially loosening the nuts, an extending wheel wrench, as mentioned by someone else, is good for that - though I prefer a breaker bar, like this, and a suitable socket. But the cross wrench is great for spinning out the loosened nuts quickly. The easiest way to change a wheel though, if you have time to wait, is get the breakdown guy to do it. Autoaid is good and about the cheapest.

andynicol

A good drill will most certainly do most jobs around the home, where an impact comes into its own is for screwing a large qty of screws or for extra long screws, fitting deck boards would be a good example. They go in easier and with less effort from the user. A very simple straightforward example ; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9syKDhdUos

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Makita DC10SA 10.8V CXT Fast Battery Charger at eBay with code - £26.09 (Store: powertoolmate)
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Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Makita DC10SA 10.8V CXT Fast Battery Charger. Must use code PREP4XMAS at checkout to get this price. Seems very cheap even at £28.99, I've bagged one as it's faster than the one … Read more
TonySquared

For anyone interested in batteries, FFX do a triple pack of 4ah batteries, currently £113, but a few weeks ago they were £70, keep an eye for the price to go back down.

MrJed

For anyone wondering what the difference in charge speed is...

Solac

Good price for CXT Be careful, this doesn't work with 18V or LXT range

Makita DTW285RTJ 2 x 5.0Ah Li-Ion 18V Impact Wrench BL LXT Kit £309 @ FFX
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Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Searched everywhere today to buy this kit. Cheapest I could find. Model DTW285 is a cordless impact wrench with reverse rotation auto stop mode powered by 18V Li-ion battery and de… Read more
ahmedparekh1

Try machine mart

Sharknado

Looking for an impact wrench to use on my car.....this ones a little out of budget...any one know the best budget one to look at? Thanks...

dezbo8888

Looks quailty. I am tied into milwaukee though

pluves1

Okay if you've not got the kit already but its cheaper (and a bit more hassle) to get the bits separately 2 x Batteries £110 https://www.powertoolmate.co.uk/Products/004000060013/BL1850%2FE?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIzYjOoqL33QIVhojVCh2FLwxfEAYYAiABEgIsP_D_BwE Tool (Body Only) £139 https://www.powertoolmate.co.uk/Products/00400006000b/EB%2FMAKDTW285Z?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIkeL0xaH33QIVir3tCh3d4g8LEAQYAiABEgImnPD_BwE Charger £28 https://www.powertoolmate.co.uk/Products/004000060013/DC18RC%2F2%2FE Case - it doesnt state which one you get with it but a makpac case is less than £20 delivered. So £297 total or £16 saving

Makita DLX2145TJ Combi Drill + Impact Driver 18V Kit with 2x 5.0 Ah Batteries £259.99 @ Amazon
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Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
I'm on the look out for a combi drill and driver. This looks like another solid bit of kit. Not sure if more batteries are handy or fewer higher capacity packs... Leaning towards t… Read more
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vtec

This is good value. However the drill is quite heavy so unless you are making big holes in masonry all day I'd go for the dhp482 with 62nm.

MIINT

Either way, it's a good deal. I bought the brushless after getting confused with makitas range.. not regretted it though..

FireOnAWire

That's the kit I'm going for. £200 is good for a quality drill and driver with batteries & case.

kidrock123

I have this kit with a pair of 3Ah batteries and can't recommend it highly enough. As a novice DIY'er, couldn't justify the higher price of the brushless equivalent.

spannerzone

Yes that's the theory but battery lasting a few more percent between charges is no biggy for most DIYers and like you say, I doubt many replace worn brushes other than trades people, and they probably have worn out the drill by then anyway. I'm not saying there aren't advantages, I'm just not convinced they are worth paying extra for or replace existing, working tools for brushless. There are some low end Makita brushless drills and they're useless, well not useless, they do drill, but they're low torque and no real benefits other than being brushless. I reckon there's more chance people will burn out the more complex brushless electronics than burn out brushes :D

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Makita DLX2131JX1 18V Combi Drill Plus Impact Driver + 3x 3Ah Batteries £237 @ Amazon
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Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
I'm on the look out for a combi drill and driver. This looks like a solid bit of kit. Any thoughts from the expers? 8) Box Contains: 1 x DHP482Z 18V LXT combi drill … Read more
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vtec

Just Google the model number. It will come up

FireOnAWire

Have you got a link for that? I can't seem to find it. Going to order this set today unless there's any good alternatives to consider at a similar price point. Non professional use.

Besford

What does the drill sound like? ;)

Bikerdanny

seams a okay price, wouldn’t say it’s an amazing one ( the same deal from powertoolmate is ace through ) the 3Ah battery’s charge in about 20-30 mins from flat so easily quick enough to keep up with you using a tool constantly. If your thinking of starting a makita collection then I would recommend you consider buying everything separately and going for the 5Ah batteries ( I have a combo drill, cordless strimmer and even a cordless hoover for her in the house and have 1 5Ah battery that lasts weeks between charges ! ) these batteries last years without degrading and I’ve never seen one fail at work so well worth investing.

vtec

£194 from powertoolmate. Plus £35 for another 3ah battery costing £229. Seems like a good bit of kit. The combi gas 62nm of torque which is more than sufficient for most jobs.

Makia DUR365UZ cordless brushcutter with 35cm cutting diameter - BODY ONLY - £102.96 @ World of Power
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Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
This is a battery operated strimmer that can use a cutting blade also Overview 1 + 2 Year Warranty* 2 x 18v Battery Power Required Brushless Motor Waist Cushion & Shoulde… Read more
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Lord.Biddy

This deal might get hotter if the OP corrected the spelling of 'Makita' in the title

deleted1999407

The ego stuff looks really interesting. Never heard of them before. I need a brush cutter and like the idea of heavy duty battery power. The batteries are very expensive though.... Looks like nice kit though. Shame about the price, might have to stick with has Stihl for now.

La_Fouinard

Inflated RRP but this is still a good deal. I ordered one to use to sort out my half acre of moss, grass, brambles etc. and it’s really good. Low power setting doesn’t even cut grass but medium does grass ok and high goes through brambles. With 2 4ah batteries on high you get about 35 minutes use. I’ve certainly been impressed and recommend itbut I’d factor in getting 4 batteries and a double charger as 35 minutes doesn’t cover a huge area.

_Jaff

Hot, just for the name! 😁 (y) 🏼

bethany.lucas

Makita is always decent, but from being in the trade, if you want guaranteed power and quality value, look into EGO power plus and you won't have to look out for a sale which is compared to an inflated rrp

Makita HR2470-1  SDS+ Rotory Hammer Drill £50 Wickes
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LocalLocalFound 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Makita HR2470-1 SDS+ Rotorua Hammer 240V -780W Looking for a new SDS drill, found this on the Wickes website.......unfortunately only have a few left in selected stores, none near… Read more
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marktate

None left in Sunderland

wrongmark

Great if you can get one.

bomberman

Nice spot OP Stock currently available in: Worcester Boston Bridgwater Taunton Sunderland South Shields B

dominik.wiecha

Out of stock

Hiyayou

Good find, none near me in Lancashire. Website is very good clearly informing you where they are.

Makita 5704RK 240v circular saw £50 wickes
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Not many left in stock, but there are a few scattered about. Lightweight yet powerful and can perform an impressive 66mm depth of cut, low noise and reduced vibration help to inc… Read more
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greg666

Yes, but this offer (I guess no longer available) is for 240/230v so no need to transform.

russthedude

you’d need one of those big yellow boxes you see on building sites, I think

SuperNovo

Does that mean you'd need a 110V to 230V converter to use this here? Thanks in advance.

greg666

On eBay is the 110v version this is the 240v version.

mistertad111

Great bit of kit for a great price. I replaced mine with a DHS710 a bit back, but instead of moving it on hacked it into a death trap table saw to great effect.

Makita Multi Tool Kit & 8Pc Accessory Kit - 240v £40 Wickes
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Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
Makita Multi Tool Kit & 8Pc Accessory Kit - 240v Selected stores c&c There showing only 6 left in the London area, gutted I would of picked 1 up of it were closer.
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AhmadK

"Currently out of stock, use our Notify Me button to receive an email when this item is available"

Simes123

Very hot if you can find one.

d3m0n

mega bargain.......will have to see if my local has any in stock

f4se8ook

Wow. Can’t believe I missed this

Carloz

2 in stock 100 miles away. What wattage?

Makita 4329/2 jigsaw £20 Wickes instore
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Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
Makita 4329/2 Jigsaw with Orbital Action 240V - 450W £20 C&C selected stores and limited stock.
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deemsix

OOS nationwide

tastemynuts

I managed to pick up 3. I was told that's all I could have due to other customers wanting them (mad)

Bes

@b look

ChaoticTrip

Wow I actually got it, I was half expecting it to be cancelled. :D

DomManley

Ordered. Paid. Cancelled by Wickes. Boo Wickes.

Makita SK102Z Crossline Self levelling Aligning Laser at Wickes for £20
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Just spotted this on the wickes website, clearance stock so will be in store only. Non my way, but someone will get a bargain if they can find one. Cheapest I've seen, and excellen… Read more
Mrlossy

Yes just seen that!

mickjack

Just rang Oxford, same reply - cannot be found - it's a mistake. I would have loved one of these at this price ;(

mattclarkie

After lengthy look in the stock room "we don't have it, mist have been returned as faulty"

itswolfy

cant be hot if you cant buy it.. I would have had 1 for sure..

beljata

And when you go in Oxford store , they will tell you that it's a mistake .No stock

Makita DJR186Z Reciprocating Saw, 18V LXT  £79.99 Prime (£87.98 non prime) @ Amazon
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Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Cheapest it's been according to the Camels DJR186Z Djr186 is a cordless reciprocating saw(body only) powered by 18V li-ion battery and has been developed for higher cutting effici… Read more
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neroneuk

are my, screwfix saw, sybian attachment compatible with this one?

tigerstyles

Cheap

pluves1

Same price at PowertoolMate on ebay. Works out cheaper for those without prime. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Makita-DJR186Z-18v-LXT-Reciprocating-Saw-Naked-Body-Only/231981327321?epid=7003305250&hash=item36032a23d9:g:SIkAAOSwc1FXYr4O

Makita G Series 14.4V / 18V Charger £19.99 @ Argos
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Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
On clearance. Free c&c. Makita Battery Charger to charge all Makita 14.4v and 18v G Series Lithium-ion batteries that power the Makita G Series machines.
paulandpam1

Worth noting it will NOT charge the proper LXT batteries that are fitted into the professional quality Makita power tools. This is for the diy chain store budget power tools.

madmal

I've got one these, had it for years and used it loads, must have drilled several thousand screws with it over that time. Really good drill and batteries are still great and charge quickly. However, the twin pack with the impact driver is a much better deal in my opinion, from B&Q for £150. Comes with 2 batteries. The impact driver is amazing as a screwdriver, only wish I had also bought that 4 years ago, once you've used one of those you won't go back to the drill as a screwdriver. The impact driver alone is usually 100 quid ish. I bought both the twin pack and sold the drill + 1 battery on ebay since I already had it. The twin pack drill is a 457, might be better?

vtec

Poor battery plus low torque. Dhp482 is better all rounder at 62nm torque

TabbyBoy

VERY weak battery, no wonder it's on offer.

didione

Usual rubbish from Wickes, and never any stock, bit like screwfix

rimalpatel007

I got the workz for 50£

saintsmoney

You were right. Cheers (y)

androidavis

It would be a good deal to just post the £72 combo drill battery and charger pack on its own. Maybe someone will do that

ssc1

its not. 2 separate deals from makita in one post.

saintsmoney

(lol) The discount code only works on orders £75+ (annoyed) Here's the only cordless one they do (shock)

lollypoplee

Yeah

Makita DMR106B Bluetooth Radio + Free 3.0 Ah Battery- £113.96 @ Angliatoolcentre
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Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Best Price It has ever been for the Black Version + the 3.0ah battery is worth £40 On Fleabay If you don't need it essentially making it something like £75 if you decide to sell it… Read more
sargieboy

I prefer the dab one so thanks for the link.

brickstar

Hang on a minute is that the paul_davidson I used to work with on site who nicked my radio?

wilt

I'm the boss, so if it ever went missing so would their jobs and they know that. It's for everyone to enjoy, luckily I work with the same group of fellas for the past 25 years, things are different in N.Ireland, steal from a site and you'll never work on one again or be able to work again.

telf

Surely if you want dab and Bluetooth together ,buy the dab option and get a Bluetooth adapter on eBay cheap and plug in your aux

stefanzkace

https://www.lawson-his.co.uk/makita-dmr106-blue-am-fm-site-radio-with-bluetooth?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI9MPP3r3O3QIViLTtCh2ONQyFEAQYASABEgIP0_D_BwE Blue version without battery £69

Makita DLX2KIT Makita 18v Li-ion 2 Piece Kit - £159. 99 ex VAT @ ITS
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Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
This great set includes the DHP482 2 speed hammer drill driver with impressive specification plus the DTD152 impact driver ideal for repetitive screwdriving complete with 2 x 18v 2… Read more
vinnyV2591

Still available and in stock.

martyn3200

Prices don't match. Says £311.99 after VAT when I follow the link

Groovii.D

Yeah, Dewalt prices are really good at the moment. Unfortunately for me I’m a Makita fanboy having invested in the LXT range 10 years ago. Either system would be great IMHO.

gdjv798798

Thats a much better deal. £10 cheaper and with bigger batteries.

jplewis76

Got the dewalt 996, 887, 4ah batteries, charger and case for just £40 more after vat and far better drills

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