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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.
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.
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 DTD154z Bare  impact driver - £99.95 @ FastFix
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Found 17th FebFound 17th Feb
Best price by far for the dtd154z. According to ukcamel it’s cheapest has been £116 on Amazon. This version is brushless and has the 3 sped mode for driving. Note this is a bare … Read more
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ThanksForThat19 h, 16 m ago

It's probably split from a pack. I wouldn't worry about it, it's fairly …It's probably split from a pack. I wouldn't worry about it, it's fairly common practice. I've had drills and batteries arrive the same way from other sellers, they're just taking a kit and selling all the components separately.


Fastfix confirmed basically what you said, Additionally makita direct confirmed everything was as should and date/serials all check out.
dont.mack.me.off18th Feb

I have heard that the Japanese bit holders are a slightly different size …I have heard that the Japanese bit holders are a slightly different size and UK bits will have some play. Can anyone confirm this please?


It's plausible- they could be metric in Japan rather than the imperial UK ones. I know they do both 1/2" and 12mm routers, depending on the market (though that's probably just a different collet). But the metric counterpart of 1/4" tends to be 6mm (rather than the direct equivalent of 6.35mm), which would mean a 1/4" bit wouldn't fit at all, rather than having play. So I don't know. Definitely worth looking into though before you take the plunge.
vwsplitty2 h, 36 m ago

Yes that’s my point I have emailed and asked. Over the past two months I b …Yes that’s my point I have emailed and asked. Over the past two months I bought the jigsaw,orbit sander and hoover all of which Came in its own box with Makita paper work. So I amA little sceptical about what I received!


It's probably split from a pack. I wouldn't worry about it, it's fairly common practice. I've had drills and batteries arrive the same way from other sellers, they're just taking a kit and selling all the components separately.
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jackr113 m ago

Ah right! Yeah mine come like that too. I’ve never bought a bare unit b …Ah right! Yeah mine come like that too. I’ve never bought a bare unit before so wasn’t sure how they came. Didn’t seem quite how it should from manufacture though !!


Yes that’s my point I have emailed and asked.
Over the past two months I bought the jigsaw,orbit sander and hoover all of which Came in its own box with Makita paper work. So I am
A little sceptical about what I received!
vwsplitty21 m ago

Mines 2016! Did it come in a box or just wrapped in bubble wrap?


Ah right! Yeah mine come like that too. I’ve never bought a bare unit before so wasn’t sure how they came. Didn’t seem quite how it should from manufacture though !!
Makita LXT Cordless Combi Drill with 2 18V 3.0Ah Batteries - £134.99 @ Argos
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Found 15th FebFound 15th Feb
The Makita DHP453SFE is a 2 speed combi drill with all metal gears for greater durability. The unit benefits from 16 torque settings and a variable speed control trigger, for maxim… Read more
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bullerbug21st Feb

Well, had it for a week. Drills holes screws things. Battery seems to hold …Well, had it for a week. Drills holes screws things. Battery seems to hold up well. Biggest disappointment that it doesn't have a little light built in. Was happy to chose it and I use it daily


seems about the same as my 5 year old b&q one than? cost about £12 back then >.<
Click bait. Argos could have 200 of these in each store but they don’t because they’d rather sell something else with a higher profit margin.
Managed to pick 1 up last night from Argos.... Will replace my G series I bought last year ... I’am not a tradesman just a bit of DIY here and there . The G series will now be my screw driver while the LXT will be the workhorse.Having now purchased an LXT model with 2 batteries means I can add to my makita collection ( lol ) with bare models .... cheaper in the long fun 😊
Now at £129.99
mandii6 h, 35 m ago

£119 amazon


That is for a much lower battery power at 1.3 not 3ah
Makita RP0900X 1/4" / 3/8" Router - £107.99 at ITS
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Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Really good price on this, I paid £140 last month though it's now down to £130 on Amazon. It's a nice size for a 1/4" / 3/8", not as bulky as some. According to the description (th… Read more
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@friar_chris

Hard case AND bag?! Double-bonus! Good job your eyes are working! I've updated the description
Edited by: "ThanksForThat" 14th Feb
ThanksForThat4 m ago

I don't know why they can't just make them a bit bigger instead of exactly …I don't know why they can't just make them a bit bigger instead of exactly the right size. I'd be happy to pay another fiver to cover the extra plastic used. Makita and DeWalt are both as bad for it. On the other hand I bought a Metabo sander last week and you could probably fit two in the case.


I know - My cordless Bosch PSB 1800 Li-2 has so much room inside it could take a 35m extension reel, but the cable coming out of my Bosch Professional GST 90 BE has to be contorted round and never closes well first or second time.
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friar_chris15 m ago

Fair point about the soft bag and the hardcase being a swine to …Fair point about the soft bag and the hardcase being a swine to close.....I find that with everything in a case. It's one reason I got a battery powered drill!


I don't know why they can't just make them a bit bigger instead of exactly the right size. I'd be happy to pay another fiver to cover the extra plastic used. Makita and DeWalt are both as bad for it. On the other hand I bought a Metabo sander last week and you could probably fit two in the case. Though I suppose I should be grateful, I think this is the first Makita corded tool I've bought that's actually come with a case at all.
Edited by: "ThanksForThat" 14th Feb
Fair point about the soft bag and the hardcase being a swine to close.....I find that with everything in a case. It's one reason I got a battery powered drill!
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Makita 120 piece pro tool & accessory kit was £44.99 then £37.99 NOW £25.99 @ argos
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Makita 120 piece pro tool & accessory kit ,extensive range of tools comes in carry case. 💞 Originally was £44.99 then Was £37.99 in December ,FURTHER reduced and obviou… Read more
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If anyone is after good drill bits, I've had good experiences with the JCB bits from Toolstation - seem to stay sharp for a long time and take a load of abuse for how cheap they are.

Certainly better than any bit I've ever had in a set like this before!
Edited by: "TechieAdam" 13th Feb
ThanksForThat10th Feb

Looks like the HUKD comment police have been out deleting comments again, …Looks like the HUKD comment police have been out deleting comments again, so I'll try again:Makita accessories are junk, I don't know why they even put their name on them. Your money's better spent sourcing the items separately. It might cost a bit more, but they won't be single-use like half the stuff in this set.


I am totally agreed with you!
ThanksForThat10th Feb

Looks like the HUKD comment police have been out deleting comments again, …Looks like the HUKD comment police have been out deleting comments again, so I'll try again:Makita accessories are junk, I don't know why they even put their name on them. Your money's better spent sourcing the items separately. It might cost a bit more, but they won't be single-use like half the stuff in this set.


true, it seems that they are abusing of the "trade" prestige of the brand to sell crap tools at high prices
alistairthomson5 m ago

There's this; …There's this; https://www.diy.com/departments/makita-3-6-5-mm-accessory-set-101-pieces-of-101/84233_BQ.prd101 piece at £20 seems like a fair deal to me. I got one a few months ago when it was on offer previously. No complaints, but I'm just jobbing around the house.


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There's this; diy.com/dep…prd

101 piece at £20 seems like a fair deal to me. I got one a few months ago when it was on offer previously. No complaints, but I'm just jobbing around the house.
MAKITA DHP459SFE 18V 3.0AH LI-ION LXT BRUSHLESS CORDLESS COMBI DRILL £169.99 @ Screwfix
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Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Seems like a cheap deal for burshless Makita with 2 x 3AH batteries This is entry level brushless Makita for light work, certainly not heavy duty
RustySpoons48 m ago

Mainly metal here, but thought i'd try this instead of the SDS for these …Mainly metal here, but thought i'd try this instead of the SDS for these blind holes.Must say I'm very impressed.I think the issue is not with brands or models now, from what I understand the majority of these brands are made in the Far East, the QC process I'm told is test a few off the line not all, previously drills were actually calibrated and set up!Just a case of either being lucky or trying a few out in the shop of a model you like, my friend is a mobile mechanic, he's gone from Ingersoll Rand and Snap On to Milwaukee, must say I'm blown away with the sawzall and impact wrenches he's bought.


The Chinese are very good at manufacturing, but it all depends how much they're getting paid to do it, as with most things. I think some Makita stuff is still made in Japan, and some Metabo in Germany. But the bulk of all of them is made in China, and that's only a bad thing if the money- and QC, as you say- aren't there.

I first got switched on to Milwaukee a few years ago, long before I could actually afford them. They're very innovative, a lot of things that are now commonplace in cordless tools originated with Milwaukee, and they're always pushing the envelope- they don't seem complacent like some companies. And they don't seem to release a bunch of tools for the sake of it either. I can't make head-nor-tail of what's what when it comes to Makita or DeWalt drills, there's that many different ones. If you look on the Milwaukee website they have four 18v combi's, and one's the one-key system which is a different kettle of fish and another is the old brushed drill which I think is getting phased out.
ThanksForThat18 m ago

Wood mostly, and steel. I tend to use the SDS for any brick or block …Wood mostly, and steel. I tend to use the SDS for any brick or block drilling, though I'll use the combi if it's only a small hole.


Mainly metal here, but thought i'd try this instead of the SDS for these blind holes.
Must say I'm very impressed.

I think the issue is not with brands or models now, from what I understand the majority of these brands are made in the Far East, the QC process I'm told is test a few off the line not all, previously drills were actually calibrated and set up!

Just a case of either being lucky or trying a few out in the shop of a model you like, my friend is a mobile mechanic, he's gone from Ingersoll Rand and Snap On to Milwaukee, must say I'm blown away with the sawzall and impact wrenches he's bought.
RustySpoons1 h, 29 m ago

What do you drill?The guy in the shop said no one has really asked about …What do you drill?The guy in the shop said no one has really asked about this before and said generally they are used on site. I use them for all sorts of stuff and need as much accuracy as I can, like drilling a stud out that's snapped. I needed to drill 5 12mm holes in brick just now and put in resin and threaded bar. Have to say cordless have come a long long way. Went through it like butter and a nice clean hole.[Image]


Wood mostly, and steel. I tend to use the SDS for any brick or block drilling, though I'll use the combi if it's only a small hole.
ThanksForThat4 h, 8 m ago

Strange, I haven't noticed it with any of mine.


What do you drill?
The guy in the shop said no one has really asked about this before and said generally they are used on site. I use them for all sorts of stuff and need as much accuracy as I can, like drilling a stud out that's snapped.

I needed to drill 5 12mm holes in brick just now and put in resin and threaded bar. Have to say cordless have come a long long way. Went through it like butter and a nice clean hole.
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RustySpoons29 m ago

Well I went and looked at 15 drills and went with another DeWalt, the 3 …Well I went and looked at 15 drills and went with another DeWalt, the 3 Milwaukees had awful chuck wobble, one was 2mm out. Tried some Makita and they were a tiny bit better than the Milwaukee, but the irony is the drill I brought back was better than all the others there apart from another DeWalt which I ended up taking home. The best there was a Hitachi but that was very expensive.


Strange, I haven't noticed it with any of mine.
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Makita DLX2131J 18V Li-ion LXT Combi and Impact Twin Pack With 2 x 3Ah Batteries £219 @ Uk planet tools
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Great kit for the price. Free next day delivery I believe they are Brushless Comes With 1 x DHP482Z 1 x DTD152Z 2 x BL1830 Batteries 1 x DC18RC Fast Charger 2 x Belt Clip … Read more
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mikegally6 h, 49 m ago

You really might struggle to find a better deal for £219 or less. Let us …You really might struggle to find a better deal for £219 or less. Let us know if you find one.


Didn't say I could get them cheaper, just there overpriced,the impact is decent but the drill driver isn't anything special, also the 3 amp batteries are dated these days for makita. I just sold the original lxt twin pack second hand for 150,says it all really
Powertoolmate £209.99
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eliano1 h, 58 m ago

Seem overpriced to me and seem more diy than trade models, better deals …Seem overpriced to me and seem more diy than trade models, better deals out there


You really might struggle to find a better deal for £219 or less. Let us know if you find one.
Seem overpriced to me and seem more diy than trade models, better deals out there
£5 Off £40 @ Toolstation
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Simple discount code to save £5 off any shopping above £40! If you have £80+ of shopping, I would recommend to multiple trolleys and checkout seperately.
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This doesn't work presume it was January only though there is no expiry date posted Oh well
If you have £80+ of shopping, I would recommend to see if there's nothing you want extra and use JAN18PROMO for £15 off a £100 spend
Makita DUH523Z Cordless 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Hedge Trimmer - £59.99 (Prime) @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
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Best price ever according to camel camel camel. Good for anyone with existing Makita LXT kit. 1350 strokes per minute 15 mm cutting diameter Rubberised soft grip provides comf… Read more
I got this for £51 on the day that eBay went mad and gave everybody 20% off. Great little machine.
cornishjones17 h, 5 m ago

Body only. No battery


If it has a z on the end of the model number it means body only.
dr4g0nf1y11 h, 12 m ago

That’s not such a great deal for the rest of us. However by the looks of i …That’s not such a great deal for the rest of us. However by the looks of it you just need the battery as you can charge through the device. That’s more of an optimistic alternative I was looking for.


You defiantly need a charger, you cant charge this up with the battery on.
I got this a few months back. Works great. All are happy.
Only issue is - suddenly gardening work becomes faster. So there is much more cleaning/getting rid of the results
I'm supposed to get today they 36V (2 batteries) Chain saw. Was 149 a few days ago.
Savvy shopping bagged me a 5ah battery and charger for £78
Makita Power Drill Accessory Set (100 Pieces) - was £24.99 now £19.99 (Prime) / £20 (Non Prime) @ Amazon / screwfix
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A truly cost effective range of accessory sets, the 'Trade' range has a comprehensive array of essential bits to suit most general applications. 100 Piece Trade set full of everyt… Read more
Alo have them at b and q for 20, I went with the dewalt bits and drill though
Sounds like the Bosch is better purely based on negative sentiment here...
These are the same price at Screwfix. Was going to get them tomorrow. Great. Saves me a drive.
I thought I was trying to drill into concrete or something, it was taking so long. No, I was drilling into brick, but using one a masonry bit from one of these sets.

Very disappointing, considering the brand.
united4eva16 h, 5 m ago

Hmmm these or the Bosch set recently on here??


Aye. Same question for meself...
Official Makita 18v 4Ah Battery £47.22 @ Amazon
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Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Direct from Amazon. Compatible with the majority of Makita products. This 18v 4.0Ah battery charges in 35 minutes. Cheapest it has been on Amazon according to CamelCamelCamel.
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As an alternative for those looking for 5ah for a few quid more fastfix.co.uk/mak…tml
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33077711-SwCyz.jpgYes. Mine too. I don't think my 3Ah or 5Ah Makita battery has an indicator so this will be useful
micky31615th Jan

These don't have the battery indicator on them need the 1840b if you …These don't have the battery indicator on them need the 1840b if you need it


Mine arrived today. I can confirm this does have the battery indicator on it
Edited by: "sebs" 16th Jan
mikbish41 m ago

cheap battery at 26 Euros but it says postage to UK is about 17 Euros …cheap battery at 26 Euros but it says postage to UK is about 17 Euros ...is that correct ???


Yeah that’s about right, not worth ordering 1, I ordered 3 Plus a few other bits to make it worth while. Spent about £100 but if I bough the stuff here would have been close to £160.
joeymcjoe1 h, 6 m ago

I've an unused 3.0 version of this... any idea of the best place to sell?


Gumtree or Facebook. Posting a lithium battery without it being fitted is such a grey area now.
Makita B-06292 Wood and Metal Jigsaw Blade kit - £2.99 @ Amazon (Add on item)
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Makita B-06292 Jigsaw Blade Kit (3 blades for cutting wood and metal). Super express superior performance with cordless saws with less vibration, fine cut, high speed cutting. Abil… Read more
Same deal as the one I posted earlier £2.99 Argos.
This is good if no stock in your area @ Argos.😜
Makita 3 piece mixed jigsaw blades set was £8.99 NOW £2.99 @ Argos,free c+ c
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Makita 3 blade set. Includes 1 of each. B50 for cutting wood. B51 for cutting metal. … Read more
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Red_Robbo25 m ago

Yes, a quality brand and an excellent price. But I never understand why …Yes, a quality brand and an excellent price. But I never understand why manufacturers offer packs of 3 different types of blade when it's highly unlikely that any owner needs one of each as replacements rather than 3 of the same type!



Because some who use them for the odd job on different materials, but for the average diy-er cutting hard woods mdf etc your better of buying 10 packs of Sextons blades from £3 of each type as they blunt and cuse poor cuts.
dealerxxx3 m ago

Can someone send me link for the actual machine


They look like standard ends to me so assume they will fit pretty much any make or machine.
Edited by: "ghostm4n" 13th Jan
Can someone send me link for the actual machine
Yes, a quality brand and an excellent price. But I never understand why manufacturers offer packs of 3 different types of blade when it's highly unlikely that any owner needs one of each as replacements rather than 3 of the same type!
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Makita DGA455Z on website but only DGA458Z in store and scanning at £104.99 at Homebase
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Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
this is mentioned under the screwfix deal for the DGA456Z grinder so credit to those guys but just been in this morning and picked one up (was expecting it to scan at £140 as it sa… Read more
stemo784th Jan

Hope this helps I bought this last night on amazon


Link? Was it the paddle version like the photo?
Captain.Banana3 h, 18 m ago

This is a BARE UNIT, no battery or charger. Good deal for brushless.



That's a shame, Moped gangs would have otherwise voted this hot
Hope this helps I bought this last night on amazon
mickjack4 m ago

I picked up a nice bare brushless jigsaw in Oxford before Christmas for …I picked up a nice bare brushless jigsaw in Oxford before Christmas for £126, cracking tool - but I expect I was just lucky, unable to find the laserlevels others have listed.

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I picked up a nice bare brushless jigsaw in Oxford before Christmas for £126, cracking tool - but I expect I was just lucky, unable to find the laserlevels others have listed.
makita 75 piece trade accessory set - £2 instore only @ Wickes
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Found 31st Dec 2017Found 31st Dec 2017
great set of drill bits screwdriver bits total bargain for 1 lucky person in Bristol area
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Just nipped into wickes longwell green, none in stock.
I'm a Brizzle boy but I wouldn't drive 5 miles to longwell green for it WFGC
dellboy586 h, 50 m ago

From London, only 1 left in Bristol which is the closest. Why is this so …From London, only 1 left in Bristol which is the closest. Why is this so hot?! Does anyone on here live outside London?


Look at the post before Xmas, 4 cans of de icer in scotland,
32962783.jpgIt was still getting voted hot with 1 can available in inverness.
Edited by: "shadey12" 1st Jan
Haha fair play to the op for posting it, i wish i was in bristol
What a joke better luck next time got the dry line hammer £2 least I get hammered lol
Makita 120 Piece Pro Tool and Accessory Set - £37.99 @ Argos
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28/02/2018Expires on 28/02/2018Found 26th Dec 2017Found 26th Dec 2017
The Makita PRO accessory set is perfect for the tradesman or serious DIY enthusiast. It includes an impressive range of 120 assorted essentials for your everyday working needs. It … Read more
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The kit that purple minion linked to has all the main tools(bar the tape measure) that are in this kit for close to half the price.

And I’d echo everyone else’s comments that these kits are low quality when compared to makitas powertools
The driver bits for power tools are the black ones I believe not the grey ones. Black ones should be bit stronger.
Not the best sets unless only for light diy.
Avrg price?
gazjon4 h, 43 m ago

Unfortunately, while their tools do tend to be, I have several of their …Unfortunately, while their tools do tend to be, I have several of their 18V power tools, the accessories are rather a mixed bunch. Having blunted the tips on their concrete drill bits on first use, and had the tips on some of their screwdriver bits break under less than heavy use, I would consider these as light use only.




Had a similar experience, although a few years ago now.
All the Makita drill and screw bits I've had are nothing special, tools are great though.
Maktec by MAKITA 18V Cordless Combi drill, 2 x 1.5Ah Li-ion batts & Kit Box @ CPC Farnell £71.93
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We all love drilling things, concrete, wood, gas/water pipes and electrical cables. With this Maktec drill made by Makita the 2 batteries and accessories will allow anyone to drill… Read more
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INDUSTRYHATER19 m ago

It's as much of a Makita as a Fiat is a Ferrari.


Yes I suppose you could say that if you want to, it's made by Makita and it's the lower priced kit just like the exact same Makita branded lower priced kit. It's not their pro range. They use this name for their lower priced kit.

It's pretty much identical to the Makita G series which you could say isn't really Makita either as it's not their pro range of LXT kit.
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spannerzone4 h, 48 m ago

It's made by Makita, it's the lower priced range, it is a Makita.


It's as much of a Makita as a Fiat is a Ferrari.
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linhang9010 h, 54 m ago

At this price,u might have to pay a bit more for a well known brand


It's made by Makita, it's the lower priced range, it is a Makita.
At this price,u might have to pay a bit more for a well known brand
Maktec to Makita is like Black & Decker to DeWalt - AVOID
Makita HP457DWE10 drill with 2 batteries and drill bit set - £75 instore @ Homebase
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Makita drill with 2 batteries and drill bit set Cheaper to buy the set than a new battery!
Cannot even find on website,no further comments on this all day?
naveedk14 m ago

Doesn't look like the LXT range, but still a good price


Yes these are their G range of batteries and not compatible with their LXT 18v tools.

Still for DIY this drill should be fine and a fairly decent price.


If can stretch your budget to £110 then this Dewalt with a tasty 4Ah battery is a good deal
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Edited by: "spannerzone" 22nd Dec 2017
Doesn't look like the LXT range, but still a good price
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Makita Cordless Angle Grinder DGA456Z 18v Brushless - Bare no battery - Screwfix for £119.99
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A high power brushless motor with automatic speed control, electronic brake and anti-restart feature. The best price elsewhere seems to be circa £150. Do not confuse this with th… Read more
johhno14017 h, 50 m ago

Worth checking your local Homebase though, I managed to pick up the …Worth checking your local Homebase though, I managed to pick up the DGA458Z for £104.99 on Monday. It’s listed as DGA455Z on their website, but I was pleasantly surprised when it was the DGA458Z in store


Whilst I was in there buying the Karcher offer i posted..

I saw this as well. Might pop back and get it
Worth checking your local Homebase though, I managed to pick up the DGA458Z for £104.99 on Monday. It’s listed as DGA455Z on their website, but I was pleasantly surprised when it was the DGA458Z in store
Perfect for 'small' jobs around town HOT
If you are buying a cordless angle grinder, having used one frequently in the past few years (maintenance engineer in a few factories), after trying a hilti I found a paddle switch is far more ergonomic and makes using the grinder far easier especially over long periods ie removing paint from a door or cutting numerous bolts etc...

MAKITA DGA458Z 18V 115MM BRUSHLESS ANGLE GRINDER WITH PADDLE SWITCH

Was my eventual choice.

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This is a great deal though voted hot, just might help someone who is looking to do a bit of work with a grinder, there are so many useful attachments.
Edited by: "sharpiesharpie" 20th Dec 2017
Heat from me. Great find.
Makita brushless circular saw - £129.50 @ Homebase
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I have this one and paid £180, no where you will find deal
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Off to Homebase in the morning Thank You
and I was worried about carving up the mother in laws turkey this Christmas
good saving for brushless
That is a deal.
qbs2 h, 9 m ago

Cold - nothing to sweep up the sawdust with.


go stand in the corner and think about the terrible joke you just made.
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