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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 DC18RC Compact Charger - £19.01 / £25.96 delivered @ HIS Ltd
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Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Normally around £32-£35. £19.01 collect from store (highlands only) or an extra £6.95 for delivery, total price delivered of £25.96. The Makita DC18RC Li-ion 7.2 / 14.4 / 18v LXT … Read more

Hope these don't get cancelled as I've ordered a couple for me and father


I ordered one. Should get nearly £20 for my standard SD charger on ebay so a cheap upgrade! Thanks.


Yes, it was. Thanks for posting, hopefully I'll be quicker to order next time!


Well, it was good while it lasted... (lol)


Oh ok. I've never thought of it like that. I vote hot if it's a good deal and available and don't vote if it's gone up in price. Obviously vote cold if it's a rubbish deal! Shame it didn't last long. At least one person got it at the cheap price.

Makita D-54075 13 Piece HSS-R Drill Bit Set - £6.99 delivered @ FFX
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Good price for a quality product from Makita... (y) Highly efficient HSS-R drill bits suitable for drilling applications in steel and cast-steel alloyed and unalloyed up to 900N… Read more

Is the FFX tools website down for anyone else. :/


Good point. Well until it’s worn down a bit (lol) (lol)


The Bosch set has multi construction bits which should NOT be used with hammer action as this will wear the cutting edges quicker. They are super Sharp and don't need hammer action.


Thanks. Is there a particular set that you'd recommend? I've already purchased this set and the Bosch set. I'll keep an eye out for a bigger battery. Not sure on the chuck, it arrived yesterday and not opened it yet but this is it: Cheers.


Ahh, not what I thought. The Bosch multipurpose drill bits are great for odd-jobs and should be fine for most DIY jobs, BUT... after using them in masonry (even once) the edge disappears - so they are still great for masonry but for wood and metal they’re not so great in my opinion. Basically the drill tends to drift through the wood, splinters and in soft alloys it burrs up - and not drill straight - one way to minimise this is to drill with a smaller bit and then increase in size. My preference is always a separate and dedicated set of drills for for masonry and the same for wood/metal. You only need a couple of sizes for masonry tbh. 5, 6 & 8mm will suffice for virtually all the wall plugs you are likely to use. I have a small set (4 to 8mm ) of these multipurpose bits I keep in my cordless box for when I’m out and about and they have got me out of all sorts of trouble where I wouldn’t have had the right drill type otherwise. My suggestion is to keep this set for masonry and buy the Makita set - or preferably a similar set with drill sizes up to 10mm for wood and metal. Btw the cordless drill you have will be fine but when you see a bigger battery on sale I suggest you take advantage. Apart from the higher run-time you will get more torque from a bigger battery contrary to what some people suggest - I know as I use a range from 1.2ah to 6ah and even when fully charged the difference in torque is night & day. Does your drill/driver have a standard chuck?

Super HeavyWeight Champion Tool Belt Makita P-71897 - £30.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Great toolbelt. Quality product. Next best I could find from a reputable seller is £79.95 from FFX. Temporary out of stock but Amazon let you order it. Last time is was delivere… Read more

Have put it in my wish list, i think if price drops i should get a notification


Got it Yeah


Nice one! got it! Thank you OP!


Back available to pre-order at £30.99


I noticed it was also this price over 2weeks ago so just keep an eye out

Makita B-39182 Impact Gold Xtreme Torsion PZ2 Bits 50mm x 1/4 inch (Pack of 2), £2.50 at Amazon / +£4.49 non prime
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Decent bits on offer, here, might suit someone. Makita Impact Gold bits are made from high strength Tarata Steel and deliver 12x longer life than a regular screw bit, meaning le… Read more

Can't seem to find it any more so may be unavailable But ordered and despatched so maybe just got lucky


Been using these for years. They last for ages. Really good bits.


I used to go trough lots of bits, these were my favorite in terms of cost/benefit, almost as good as the Wera Impaktor for 1/4 of the price


Showing £4.74 for me. Do you have a link please sire?


Just arrived. Stamped Makita, nice , thanks op.

Makita 100 Piece Power Drill Bit Set Screwdriver Set - Holesaw Masonry HSS PZ2 + £18.99 @ terriertools via ebay
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
The Makita B-53811 100PC Drill and Screwdriver Bit Accessory set designed for use with drill drivers, combi drills and impact drivers. Includes a wide variety of the most commonly … Read more

You’re very welcome. Those Sealeys will see you through. Concrete is a challenge for sure. Depending on size/depth SDS may be the way forward.


Thanks for the recommendations. Tried drilling into concrete using a set that came with a 'tool kit' and after ten minutes I was as deep as a drawing pin head.


Thank you! I'll be ordering some of these


These masonry bits are tough as nails, and chew through anything: Sealey AK5708 Tungsten Carbide Tipped Masonry Drill Bit Set 8pc For standard drill bits, I have these and they’re amazing, despite being a bit expensive: I’ve had success with these in the past if you’re looking to spend less: Makita D-47173 18Pc Mixed Drill Set Metal Box, Blue/Black/Silver


Ugh. You use a comma before “but” where you are using two independent clauses. My grammar was correct. Sharing my experience is, by any definition, contribution to the community. I wasn’t slating you, I was suggesting that the product isn’t necessarily the best way to spend your money. You were irrationally defensive and aggressive. Anyway, time to let it go. I take it is a personal failure that I let you drag me into a pointless debate.

MAKITA 18V DHP453SFTK 18V Combi Drill Includes 1x 3.0ah Battery & 101 Piece Accessory Set £130.80 at Anglia Tool Centre
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
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I used them only once, had the best price online for the product I wanted and next day delivery, I thought they were excellent.


Yeah very hit and miss according to reviews. Used once was fine for me.


I've used them, incidently for Makita kit. No issues, quite sure they delivered next day too. I'd happily buy from them again and they do have some good prices at times. Cheers


What are Anglia like to deal with? I was looking at a different product to buy from them but they seem to have quite poor reviews so curious what ukhd member experiences are of them? Thanks.


Appears this kit includes the DC18RA charger. The standard rapid charger is the DC18RC, not clear if there’s any significant difference or limitation of the ‘A’ version?

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Makita LXT - 18v Cordless Combi Drill - 3Ah battery with charger £89.99 - CPC Farnell
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Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Have heard good things about the LXT range, seems like a decent deal for this whole set. Enjoy! :) specs below: Makita - 18V LXT 3Ah Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill - DHP453SFX8 Co… Read more
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Thanks mate, placed an order on `` for that drill


I've had both and I'd say no, get the deal from ITS then buy another battery


DO NOT BUY THIS DRILL,,,, worst tool I’ve ever owned cannot handle real work just frustrates me dverytime I go to use it


For anyone wanting to compare the makita drills for their torque and type of purpose eg light duty, heavy duty etc... use this link which shows the comparison of the drills and also a more detailed description of their features.


Is it worth paying extra to get this?

Makita DLX2142SM 18V 4.0AH LI-ION LXT Cordless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack - £199.99 delivered @ Screwfix
Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
20% off this makita set seems good value. Makita 18V LXT twin kit containing both a combi drill and impact driver, along with high capacity 4.0Ah batteries. Compact impact driver i… Read more
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damn that's a good deal, brushless or not...


That ones £240 inc vat

mikepugh1981 Same price but think it comes with a better charger


For Plumbfix and Electrifix customers only though.


Code Support10 gets you 10% discount

Makita D-30651 11 Piece Screwdriver Bit Set including Magnetic bit holder - £3.59 delivered @ TerrierTools / eBay
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Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Good price for the solid brand Makita with 11 bit set (y) 11 piece screwdriver bit set in a hard flip top case. Set includes PH1, PH2, PH3 T15, T20, T25, T30 PZ1, PZ2, PZ3 … Read more



Cheers OP, heat added and ordered for simple household stuff (y)


These are absolutely fine and will get most jobs done mainly household ,of course they are not gonna last long on site work and impact drivers then your going to want better quality and much more money


These bits will be made out of cheese, I’m surprised Makita out there name on such cheap generic bit sets. Cheap their brand


I'm normally all over makita stuff but I really don't rate their bits. I don't think they are any different to kits half this price. I wouldn't waste my money on this

Makita DLM380Z Twin 18v/36v LXT Li-ion Lawn Mower Bare Unit - £112.50 delivered with code @ FFX eBay
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Makita Twin 18v (36v) LXT 380mm Cordless Lawn Mower Bare Unit DLM380Z The Makita Twin 18V LXT 380mm Cordless Lawn Mower is powered by two 18V Li-ion batteries in series, recommende… Read more

Can I use dewalt batteries with makita adapters in this lawnmower?


How much are the batteries for this mower? Im tempted but dont want to pay another £100 for 2 batteries


Can I use these batteries in Makita drills? Edit. No batteries included


Delivery to me is £7.11. Still cheaper too though.


I've got this and a pair of 3Ah batteries. Total lawn area is 85m2. Dry grass cutting uses about 50-60% battery. First cut of the year i.e. mildly damp and nearly too long to cut uses just about the lot. That's based on leaving too long before cutting (but not stupidly long) and then scalping it each time. Perfect mower for people who don't like mowing the lawn. .

Makita 18v Cordless Li-ion Combi Hammer Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack Lithium £164.89 at
Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Was looking at buying everything separately but then found this Hammer / Impact Driver kit. Brushed with 2 x 1.5ah Batteries and 60 min charger

Hopefully the feedback in here helps explain why this one was voted cold @RogerBall Thanks for sharing your first deal with the community and i'm looking forward to seeing your next one! :)


Personally I'd spend a bit more and get a kit like this If the 5.0Ah batteries are overkill for you then try and get the individual bits separately. Makita has recently launched a 2.0Ah battery for the LXT range as well - yet to try one but its meant to deliver 50% more run time than the 1.5Ah and charges in around 25 minutes. Charge times for the Makita DC18RC The DC18RC Will charge 18v and 14.4v LXT slide battery's in the below times: 3.0Ah - 22 minutes4.0Ah - 36 minutes5.0Ah - 45 minutes6.0Ah - 55 minutes


G series aka garbage series, avoid. Compatibility nightmare. Go for the 18v LXT. If your budget is tight or for mainly 2nd fix the 12v CXT series would be better than this and similar money.


60 mins to charge a 1.5ah battery? get in the bin.


Avoid 1.5ah battery's

Makita DSS611Z cordless circular saw £91.77 at Folkestonefixings ebay
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Budget version of the DSS610Z circular saw from Makita, lowest I've ever seen it recently. Not brushless, and omits a light and electronic brake from the 610 but same power and ca… Read more

I have used the DUH523Z (brushed) - it worked fine, decent balance, didn't get bogged down easily apart from when cutting branches that were really a bit big for a hedge trimmer. I imagine the brushless alternative would perform better.


Anyone any experience on the Makita 18v brushless hedge trimmers? I'd like to buy soon to take advantage of the Makita promotion. Thanks



No, it seems to work on everything "Use code SUPPORT10 for an extra 10% off everything"


I am really starting to hate these 10%-20% deals off from eBay - the sellers skyrocket thier prices, defeating the point of the sale!

Makita D-03888 Performance SDS Plus 5 Piece Drill Bit Set - 5.5mm 6mm 7mm 8mm - £4.99 delivered @ BuyaParcel
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Seems like a good price for SDS drill bits (y) 2 cutter SDS plus drill bits suitable for masonry and concrete. The solid carbide tip with centering point and optimised flutes o… Read more

out of stock 😔


Sadly OOS


Very good set of bits. Paid a lot more for them 2 years ago.


SDS drill bits can be used in any drill. Obviously you are not going to get the same performance but they work fine. All my masonry bits are SDS but if its not a major task I just put them in the makita 18V drill driver and they work fine.


I have that drill, durable and does the job. Would definitely recommend

Makita DLX2145TJ 18V 2x5.0Ah Li-ion Hammer Drill Impact Driver Kit Rapid Charger £251.10 FFX ebay
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Makita 18V 2x5.0Ah Li-ion Hammer Drill/Impact Driver Kit DLX2145TJ The Makita 18V 2x5.0Ah Li-ion Hammer Drill/Impact Driver Kit is ideal for professional use and DIYers as it con… Read more

This is for an entry level drill dhp453 which is 43nm torque... the one I posted is heavy duty 82nm torque.


Scewfix has this for £199. Only difference is that it has 4.0 batteries instead of the 5.0 here. Not sure the 1.0 is worth £50. Screwfix


I understand it isn’t brushless, but as someone has said it is a very quick job and couple pound to do it should they need replacing. Plus the main selling point difference is the extra 20nm of torque the makita offers, meaning all masonry drilling will be a lot easier which is what I need for the work I’m to do. Hope all works out with your new toy tho 😁 (y) 🏻


Agree, but missing the biggest difference. My two suggestions are brushless. It looks like the Makita isn't. That's an important spec to disregard (in terms of quality and price). I've just gone with the DeWalt. Got delivered yesterday. It's incredibly powerful


I have to say I prefer Makita. Not that Dewalt or Milwaukee are bad and by and large they are all very close in quality and features, but in the UK Makita have a wider range available from a wider range of retailers and are often better priced. If I was looking at things like portable table saws and other bigger tools I would probably go with Dewalt but for smaller power tools there isn't that bag a difference.

Makita DTD152Z 18V Impact Driver £53.14 with code @ eBay FFX Store
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
It's a cheap 18V Impact Driver from Makita. Body only. High torque, job light, electric brake, brushed motor. Haven't seen this cheaper. Developed for main applications such as ti… Read more

Doesn't really matter to the majority of people. There's a reason trade deals aren't posted.


What are the amazon business prices like. Are they that much different.


Yeah mine came this morning. Watched the postman arrive from an upstairs window and thought he was holding a crudely wrapped joint of meat XD Like you, have tested and seems to be in fine working order.


Just took delivery. Came bubble wrapped in a postage bag so not great at all. But tested and working, with extended warranty registered.


Second that. The Milwauke bits are good and I get mine from Screwfix.

Makita DHP485Z Brushless 18v Combi Drill Body Only - £49.46 @ nutsandbolts123 eBay
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
DESCRIPTION eXtreme Protection Technology (XPT) offers maximum protection against dust, debris and liquids for optimal performance in extreme conditions Forward & reverse Batte… Read more

I think the best deals on batteries and chargers are going to be with tools.


Any batteries and chargers available? I’m still on the look out from the last body only deal. At this rate it makes for a perfect excuse not to get any DIY done (lol)


Is this better than the DHP482 models that have been floating around recently?


Very common item being sold for similar price. The drill I think is about 6 years old? Maybe old stock


60+ now on Ebay ☹

Makita DHP482ITS 18v LXT Combi Drill with 1 x 3Ah Battery, Charger and Bag £95.99 + £5 delivery at ITS
Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
Price is £95.99 (incl. VAT, delivery is £5 or free over £100 spend) Heavy duty motor and full metal gearbox can crank out an impressive 62Nm of torque! 13mm Nylon keyless chuck… Read more

Already posted, white model in the person's bio (y)


Seems a good deal to me


so now Im on the fence. Are you saying quality has dropped? Have the changed factories or what?


Interesting, still after a battery and charger if anyone has any deals cheera


I bought one from amazon months ago assembled in Romania with probably Chinese parts i was the gearbox problem on not even heavy load

MAKITA DHR242Z 18v 3 function hammer - SDS plus. Body only £137 at lawson-his
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
This seems to be a popular model as when I posted the Howe tools bargain as an alternative to another Makita earlier they sold out their stock in minutes. Seems like Lawson have ju… Read more

Or buy from here for £137.99... or a site called Manomano....


If you want it just pay the extra £2 at nutsnbolts


Yes, price has gone up now. Delivery time has gone up too so it looks like they may have sold out as well. The brushless 18v does seem to be popular.


I'll keep watching - I missed that one I think. Thanks.


I payed about the same for one a month ago but I got a 5ah battery too.

MAKITA HR2630 240v 3 function hammer - SDS plus £113 at Howe Tools
Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
I've just been looking around at SDS plus drills - trying to decide which to buy corded or cordless, I thought this SDS for me, this is the better option it wont be for everyone o… Read more

much prefer corded for some jobs myself spending 3 - 4 hours removing tree stumps and concrete - Impact energy 1.7J as opposed to 2.4 J so more umph


You can get it from wickes for the same price with trade card but i would go for the cordless DHR182Z from amazon Germany, around £150

Makita DHR171Z 18V LXT Brushless Rotary Hammer - Bare Unit £119.99 @ Amazon
Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May… Read more

480w sds?


Sorry for you, used few bosches were not impressed at all really would of thought gebelses would make something more half decent Im loaded with makita, worked with a chap before getting my kit all his kit was makita nothing really given up kit was 3-4 years old bashed daily


Would you know if you could price match amazon with that link?


Yes, the 3 function one is not much more at Howes



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