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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 DLS713RME 18 V Li-ion LXT Slide Compound Mitre Saw Complete with 2 x 4.0 Ah Li-ion Batteries and Charger - £445.74 @ Amazon
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Not the cheapest it's ever been but a good price for the time being. Good for chopping stuff.
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Wait a minute, where can I get a mains Makita slide compound mitre saw for £145?


The dewalt 54v also has an adapter which you can use to make it run off mains power so you get the best of both worlds, it doesn't come with the saw so you have to buy it separately


I used the DeWalt cordless with the new 54v battery. Brilliant. A must buy vs mains. Go anywhere. Light. No cables. Well impressed.. The 54v battery fits the lower voltage stuff to. Don't know anything about this makita but it's the way to go if you are in the trade.. Imo.. So I'm giving this some heat


Why would you spend 300 more than a mains powered one though. Its good for tradesman but not ya average diyer.


Perfect if you have a few logs you want to turn into firewood. This should be up to the job, as long as they are quite small logs.

Makita Cordless Hammer Drill and Impact Driver Combo Set for £110 at B&Q + 3 year warranty + 3 x Impact Gold Drill Bits
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Makita 1.5Ah Li-ion Combi drill & impact driver twin pack 2 batteries DK18015X2 for £110 in store and online. Makita HP457D Lithium-ion Combi Drill and Makita TD127D Impact … Read more
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lxt are worth the extra cost over these


Be aware this is the G series, not LXT so the number of compatible tools is severely limited.


Freat deal might treat myself

Makita DTD152Z 18v LXT Impact Driver £49.99 / Milwaukee M18CSX-0 Fuel Sawzall Reciprocating Saw​ £122.99 @ powertoolmate / Ebay [Body only]
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
A couple of good deals on eBay this morning at Powertoolmate via eBay . Could be worth having a look to see if anything you've had your eye on has dropped. Spotted this Impact Dri… Read more

Hey, I'd not seen it this low myself, I did check price history too. Obviously the chart may be incorrect though, don't think it tracks anything with vouchers etc... :)


the impact has been on this price forever... good price for the milwaukee, voted hot for that


Cancel that they’ve been taken down now


Was looking for the cordless router kit on eBay and there’s some advertised at much less than everyone else and showing the power tool mate advert ? When you look it’s some moron selling with zero feedback ,surprised they haven’t been removed


Been buying loads of Makita stuff of Powertoolmate for work recentley. So far so good

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Makita DGA452Z 18v 115mm LXT Cordless Angle Grinder £68 @ folkestonefixings / eBay
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
I think the lowest we've seen this one for now, it's on offer for a few days at this price, unless it goes OOS of course. Currenty £75 elsewhere and reviews are really good too. No… Read more

I know what you mean. I ordered one with a paddle but it felt a bit awkward like it would be a pain to keep on if I move it round. I'm not convinced but will give it a go, I can see the safety benefits.


The paddle is where your index finger is as you cut, if you go off centre wobbble stick or if your not happy the blade stops cutting the moment you lift your finger, this allows more control over the cuts you make and allows you to be more accurate. The position of the thumb switch and its configuration mean that once it is on its on.


Doesn't come with a charger and hard plastic case either, also not included is a Mercedes Vito van to carry it to different building sites which I was expecting. Seriously did you really expect it to have batteries included that cost £40 upwards each???


I know, right?! Doesn’t come with a diamond encrusted pair of eye protection glasses or golden gauntlets either. What a con! (annoyed)


In what way

Makita CLX203AJX1 10.8 V Li-ion CXT Combi Drill/Multi Tool KIT £99.00 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Another price drop on this useful set. Really pleased with the quality and weight of the tools and plenty of space in the case to add an impact driver. Makita CLX203AJX1 10.8 V Li… Read more

Showing £119 for me


Just grabbed the ffx deal for £99 and the impact from tools for trade for £29.99 . Not bad for £130 , drill driver , impact, multi tool , charger , 2 batteries , and case . Handy size for fitting kitchens , will try and ad a 3rd battery .


In fact add £4.95 delivery unless you go over £50




Add the impact driver for £43

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MAKITA ACCESSORY KIT 252 PIECES - £44.99 at Screwfix
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
This was bargain of the century at last years Screwfix live show, but there's now a substantial offer of the regular price of this excellent Makita set. Good quality drills and bit… Read more

don't be fooled by the big brand name, Makita started going really low on quality in the DIY section, relying in the brand popularity among tradesman, I wouldn't be surprised if the quality is just the same as any random unbranded chinese stuff


Makita bits are pooh


I've got this it's awful. Please don't buy it.


Generally speaking, these bit sets are of reasonable, but not brilliant quality. I’m sure that’s true of every manufacturer. They’re build to a budget. Start with one of these, for sure, but over time I’d recommend replacing tired bits with higher quality equivalents. Impact bits, for example, are tough as nails. But over time refilling this case with higher quality bits isn’t a bad way to get yourself a well organised, high quality kit.


If you do only a little work at home that's ok but if you use it for work to earn money that definitely overpriced. Unfortunately bits are very poor quality and even bits from Lidl are much better quality (I think they are made by Bosch anyway).

Makita G-Series Cordless 18V 1.5Ah Li-ion Combi drill 2 batteries HP457DWEX2 - £80 C&C @ B&Q
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
Product Information Comes with - 2x 1.3Ah 18V Li-Ion batteries & battery charger No load speed: 1400 rpm Torque settings: 16 Features and Benefits The 18V batteries suppli… Read more

Don't judge all Makita power tools by this DIY store budget G series range, the LXT tools are superb plus it sounds like you actually need an impact driver for screwing into Oak and not a combination drill.


First Mikita I’ve ever purchased , will definitely NOT buy again. Torque is really poor and anything slightly difficult ie. no.12 into piloted oak the battery cuts out and needs resetting in the charger.


CXT is the 10.8v - 12 Volt range of power tools.


Heard of cxt which is cheaper version of lxt with yet again different batteries but not heard of g series! Imcidently, I'm sure they had loads of cxt multi drills on clearance too cheaper than this.


Find a bit more money and buy this instead

Makita DHP482 Combi Drill 1 x 4Ah Battery, Charger & Case + Free 100 Piece Drill/Driver Set £ 119.99 Delivered @ ITS
Found 11th MarFound 11th Mar
Supplied with DHP482, 1 x BL1840B 4.0Ah li-ion battery, 1 x DC18RC fast charger & Soft Bag The DHP482 is a compact and lightweight drill replacing the very popular DHP456. It … Read more
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If you’re starting out in your first home you absolutely need: 1) A kettle 2) This drill


I didn't see the other post so I'm happy with this.


It’s getting heat from those who didn’t see the other post - that’s all. I posted it in good faith not knowing it may have already been posted, at the end of the day it’s posted to help the community not get into a argument in which deal gets more heat. Sometimes deals get hotter then other deals for various reasons including the time of day its posted, if you post a deal at midnight for example when most are asleep chances are it will get missed. Also more detail in the headline post can attract more attention to those posts where detail is missing.


I’m not actually that fussed, though it’s sad this is getting more heat than the original post. But it’s the same deal. Bit set is shown in the image and mentioned in the description: “Includes free Makita B-53811 100 Piece Drill & Screwdriver Bit Set”


Possibly- except no mention of the free drill set specifically which makes me think maybe not. I did search in case it had already been posted - will let the site mods decide either way.

Found 6th MarFound 6th Mar
Handy if you're ordering something anyway to justify the postage costs..

Nice one😃


The quality of those I can only describe as “an absolute rubbish “


This is designed to go over a tool.


Do they have cheaper 2.0ah T shirts? "brushless" as opposed to 'brushed' cotton??


A T-shirt that comes without brushes. (y) Come on... self explanatory!

Makita DMR109W 18v DAB digital Radio white - Power tool world £83.00
Found 3rd MarFound 3rd Mar
Makita DMR109W 18v DAB digital Radio white - Power tool world £83.00 Sure this was posted a few weeks back for £59.99, but i havent seen it that price or even close since. £134 … Read more
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Aye, hence the DMR112. But if you're not willing to fork out for that model which finally has both, I'd argue it's better to go for a bluetooth + radio model, than a DAB model that has no bluetooth.


Coverage and data allowance is a problem with that. Having both DAB and BT is best of both worlds.


sounds like plenty of options for people which is good (y)


If you don't want to fork out for a DMR112, the DMR108 or so is likely better - normal radio + bluetooth. You can run DAB on your phone, or use Spotify etc. You can charge your phone off the radio. Just DAB is really quite limiting.


It likely will go down, as the DMR112 is out now, which has DAB but finally also bluetooth. Lots of deals on the older models because of this I imagine. Cheapest I've seen that for though is around £140 + postage:

Makita 1.5Ah Li-ion Combi drill & impact driver twin pack 2 batteries DK18015X2 £110 @ B&Q
Found 27th FebFound 27th Feb
Makita 1.5Ah Li-ion Combi drill & impact driver twin pack 2 batteries DK18015X2 Reduced from £150 down to £110 great for DIY
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There’s a lot of misconception about this, so let me try to clear it up. These ARE Makita tools. Not B&Q rebadged. These are G series, cheaper, not as good, and a far more limited range of compatible tools. Would I buy them? No. I spent a bit more and get the LXT range. In fact I spent a lot more and got about half the entire LXT range. Makita tools are awesome. These batteries take twice a long to charge as a 3mah LXT equivalent. That alone is a pretty damning statistic.


Rubbish , better off with a drill from Lidl then at least you know it’s junk with a 3 year warranty


Pretty misleading to put the Makita name on it, IMO. B&D give you the choice of Black & Decker for the budget stuff and DeWalt for the pro stuff. Makita should do the same. Voted this hot, wish I could undo my vote.


No the charger and batteries are NOT compatible with the proper Makita LXT power tool range. These cheapo B&Q drills are a real budget version of proper professional tools but I suppose for the odd job around the house they serve a purpose.


This deal needs less talk and more torque.

Makita BL1840B 18 V 4 Ah Li-ion Battery £46.60 @ Amazon
Found 27th FebFound 27th Feb
Good price if you looking for 1. Original Makita branded batteries often last longer.
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The 20% eBay deal ended yesterday, it'll be £170 now


Hi do u have a link for this deal? I can’t seem to find on eBay (y) 🏽


Makita 10.8v might suit you, 18v is better for more demanding stuff. This looks a decent deal


Mine came today, all good! Double charger is huge though

Makita 10.8v Drill and Impact Driver Kit £103.99 @ eBay BuyaParcel
Found 26th FebFound 26th Feb
Makita DK1493WX 10.8v Lithium Ion Li-ion Combi Hammer Drill + Impact Driver. 2 batteries charger and bag. Nice little kit for small jobs in tight spaces. 20% off with code PAYDA… Read more

quite tempted by this, thanks


Cheers OP, I decided to go for it. I was disappointed, as many were, back in November when Amazon gave us the run around for the £85 Makita LCT204 10.8v deal - similar size older version of these, and I've been irritated every time since when a compact size drill or driver would have come in handy. This comes in at £19 more but Makita have added hammer action to the drill now, so worth the extra I reckon.


I think the CLX range is better if you want to add other tools to your range.


Where is this cheaper?


Most BuyaParcel items are cheaper elsewhere even without 20% off.

Makita CLX203AJX1 10.8 V Li-ion CXT Combi Drill/Multi Tool KIT £107.00 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
Found 25th FebFound 25th Feb
Makita CLX203AJX1 10.8 V Li-ion CXT 2 Piece Kit Comprising Combi Drill, Multi Tool, 2 x 2.0 Ah Batteries and Charger with Accessories in a Makpac Case Seems to be a well priced ki… Read more

Really pleased with the size and weight of these tools, a big improvement over my old 18V NiCad drill. (y)


What a stupid product, the LXT range is fine, why are they adding yet another incompatible battery to the range? They've pulled this profiteering shyte before with the DIY G-range line. I believe another manufacturer's batteries work on everything they make? I can't remember if it was Dewalt or Milwaukee or both Honestly I just want to invest in one line, where all the batteries work on everything, I do not want to be dealing with "oh the drill uses one battery but the grinder uses another, oh no the battery charger for that version was left at home, well I'm screwed then" This was the whole point in buying from one brand, if they are going to dick everyone around then we might as well just buy whatever brand is best value that week and live with having to lug 99 chargers around


You can add the impact driver and it comes to £150 which is more than a bargain. I don’t think they do the 10.8v in a brushless option ? Might be wrong . But having used these on site , they easily drive is 100mm 10s screws . But they are not really designed for that purpose. They are amazing but if kit if grab the impact as well and will cope with all DIY to moderate construction jobs . They will rise above Ryobi , parkside , And all other budget drills from B&Q , Aldi , Lidl’s, Screwfix ect .


this looks a good deal, but in my opinion multi-tools benefit from 240v mains power.


If by light DIY you mean someone who might put the odd bit of Ikea furniture together every few years, I would agree. But I don't think you have to be a professional tradesman to benefit from good quality tools. Good tools generally make the job easier and last longer even if only with light use. I bought my Makita 6071D some 33 years ago when I was working as a kitchen and bedroom fitter. I didn't do that for long and since then it's just been used for occasional DIY. My Makita is still going strong and only on its 2nd battery. Unfortunately the original batteries are no longer a available and the aftermarket battery I bought doesn't hold a charge for long after just a couple of years. I don't want to go wasting money on rubbish batteries which after a short time need charging every time I want to use the drill and as it only takes a 1.5Ah 7.2V NiCad it was never a poweful drill anyway. So here I am at 52 years of age considering a new drill for the second time in my life. I like a bargain as much as the next person, but when it comes to tools I'd rather buy good tools that won't let me down or need replacing for a few decades :) In all honesty, this drill isn't high end, but it will outlast cheaper drills. That said, I might spend a bit more and buy an LXT version or perhaps a DeWalt.

Makita DMR107 Jobsite Radio  £59 Delivered @ FFX
Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
Part of the FFX 'Saturday Savings' email I received. Good price for a good bit of kit (y)

Did that older model come out before Bluetooth became mainstream?


It has an AUX port.


Exactly no good when they turn off am/fm soon is it?


Well no. It's an AM/FM Radio...


The key words being "these days" - I believe this is really quite an old model. We've had at least the MDR108 since, and now the latest DMR112 which has it all.

Makita SK104Z Cross Line Laser £89 Amazon
Found 15th FebFound 15th Feb
Makita SK104Z Cross Line Laser £89 on Amazon. It's also the same price on FFX if you prefer.
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This laser level is actually, quite crap. The magnets aren't really strong enough or orientated in the right way to hold to plaster corner beads, so it's pretty useless. It'll be going back to be replaced with a good DeWalt one.


Try seeing a red laser in the day, in the sun suoerman.




Funny that every machine/tool i use working years nightshift on railway is red and iv never had a problem seeing it


The Camels, don't lie 8)

Makita DGA452Z 18v Angle Grinder Body Only £69 @ Amazon
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Makita DGA452Z 18V Li-ion LXT Angle Grinder Body only £69 on Amazon Very good price for a great piece of kit.
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I remember when I sold a Makita cordless power drill in the local paper. And then six months later, I received the very same one back as a Christmas present from my brother-in-law, minus the power pack.


I find locking switches more of a risk than a safety feature. I've got a grinder with the same sort of switch and it's ridiculously fiddly, especially if you're wearing gloves. Maybe this is more robust, idk. Decent price anyway.


Good price, but buy from FFX. Once amazon has driven out all competition, they won't be price matching


Have seen many injuries with angle grinders, have to say on investigation that none have been through proper use, so read the instructions and do the pre use checks and always use the right blade for the material


Dunno I'd prefer a two button start then soft press trigger button. Having a switch up front inherently means you've not got as much leverage with your right hand. A latched on angle grinder doesn't seem too good an idea to me; by the time you've unlatched it when summat goes wrong (a bite) the disc will be through cartilage and working it's way through the nearest bone. (fierce)

Makita RP0900X 240V Plunge Router £72.50 C+C / Instore @ Homebase
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Thanks to the person who posted the homebase deal earlier and mentioned that makitas's are also on sale. (will find username later). Looking for a router, pretty sure this is on … Read more
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You won't cut mitres with a 1/4" as the cutters aren't long enough. You'll need a 1/2" for that. Although you'll be able to rout the holes for the dog bolts and trim laminate with this


Great deal. £135 on Amazon and £150 at Screwfix. (y)


With 1/4” and 3/8” collets and 900W this isn’t really man enough for routing hockey stick joints in worktops - it’s also harder than it looks to get a really nice joint


If you want to fit your own kitchen worktops you instantly make your money back. Some nice real wood tops from an online supplier followed up by a few youtube vids and you can save loads. I agree not an everyday item!


I bought one ages ago (via Screwfix) to take 7mm out of all my door frames on the first floor as I was fitting fire doors which are deeper.

Makita 10.8v CXT twin cordless drill set £80 Homebase instore
LocalLocalFound 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Makita 10.8v cordless drill set; 2 x 2ah batteries Charger Carry case
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I ended up travelling a long way for this so not as much as a saving as hoped but very impressed. Glad I bought. Hot and thanks OP.


You can alos use the 10.8v batteries with bare tools and build a collection. Makita have focused far more on their 10.8v line recently it seems - likely as it's new - so there are lots of tools being added. A multi tool was added a year or two ago for example.


TBH and TBF, IMHO, FWIW, I would just go for a 18v as you'll be able to use the batteries with other bare tools as you build your collection.


This one if you can find stock.. 2 units and 2amp rather than 1.5amp for pretty much the same price.


Can’t see Bournemouth’s stock online as it’s a clearance store? Did you phone then?

Makita 18v lxt sander body only Homebase - £57.75
Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
I know the Homebase deals on tools are mentioned but had to share this one. Picked one up today at my local Homebase, cheapest online I could find was at least £30 more. Some other… Read more

Got some stonking deals at Basingstoke Homebase (previously bunnings) eg dewalt flip over saw £400 odd down from £700. Sliding mitre saws from makita and dewalt half price as well. Tried to upload deal but couldn’t add more than one image!


fantastic price, picked one up yesterday, thanks OP!


Thanks, picked one up in my local Homebase.


Think I paid 129.99


No discount. I asked in store

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