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Toolstation - Milwaukee M18BPD-302C 18V Li-Ion Cordless Compact Combi Drill 2 x 3.0Ah £139.98
Found 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
Toolstation stores and online DETAILED DESCRIPTION Small but powerful combi, only 198mm in length - ideal for tight spaces. • 2 x 3.0Ah red Li-Ion batteries • 13mm keyless metal c… Read more
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Then the website is wrong. I've been at a senior level in motors for 30 years and both brushed and brushless motors will react to the load demanded of them.


Brushless means there are no carbon brushes required to contact the stator winding. This results in a better power delivery and negates the need to replace the brushes periodically. This also generates less heat and the motor may be controlled more effectively with electronics. Toolstation offer these previous models which are perfectly adequate for most tasks but if you are a regular user then brushless is the way to go.


It was copied and pasted from a website (y)


Not correct. Motors are inherently stupid machines that will attempt to deliver whatever power is requested of them. That's fine until that power is beyond their thermal capability or the torque demand is beyond what they are capable of delivering, either of which will result in excessive temperature and a burnout situation.


"Brushless motors mean: better efficiency, a motor that lasts 10 X longer, 25% more power, and 50% longer run time!" According to the Milwaukee website. I have the Fuel impact driver and drill set with 4Ah batteries and it's a very nice set. Batteries last ages.

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Milwaukee Fixtec nut for angle grinders £2.95 + shipping (FREE SHIPPING on orders over £50 / £5.95 under) @ Milwaukee Power Tools
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Over half the price of Powertoolmate. Seems like a bargain and a good way to push other items over £50 carriage paid if you need it.
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Mch more expensive but i tjink the Bosch Clic is the best for grinders. Works with all brands


nice price but the postage is a killer..Standard Delivery £5.95

Milwaukee one key combi drill - £119 @ Milwaukee Power Tools
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
Added this to my basket and seems to be going through at £99. It says £119 on the product page and I'm not adding a code so maybe a glitch? Anyway, makes this one key combi the sam… Read more
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Yes, but it’s not a dealbreaker. If it’s a place where you need light, you’re better off with a headlight or a real torch anyway. I have this drill (without the bluetooth and I love it)


Not sold on the Bluetooth feature. Just more reason to hike the price. You can pick up a decent milwaukee drill for 79.99. Which I did 😁


Link please?


Yeah... And it only has one key. (:I (Hot btw)


that much torque can't be good for its longevity.

Product Milwaukee M18BPD-301C 18V Li-Ion Cordless Compact Combi Drill 1 x 3.0Ah £119.98 Toolstation
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
Small but powerful combi, only 198mm in length - ideal for tight spaces. • 1 x 3.0Ah red Li-Ion battery • 13mm keyless metal chuck • High performance 4-pole motor • Full metal gear… Read more

Screwfix have the brushless with 2 4.0Amp batteries for £199.99...


This is the brushed version rather than brushless. I've got an older brushed version and it works well


Unfortunately this is a bit of a strange comparison due to Ryobi and Milwaukee both being made by a company called TTI, they push the Milwaukee as being professional whereas the Ryobi is their "semi-pro". That being said it is still a very good deal, Milwaukee is a great brand. Hot from me.


You tube review above this drill beat the Dewalt and ryobi which they both burnt out and it’s still going


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This is not brushless. The Screwfix only version of this is brushless. The Screwfix bundle at 199.99 offers 2 x 4.0 ah batteries as opposed to these 3.0 ah ones.


Hmm, surely the DeWalt dcd796 is better? Brushless and 70nm. For £70. Then just buy 2 or 3 batteries...? :Shrug:


You can get brushless separate to fuel but this isn't one


Heat from me, I just don't need any new toys unfortunately. I have a few bits of Milwaukee stuff and they've been very good.


Agreed, I think the brushless carry the "Fuel" tag.

Milwaukee M12 Drill and Driver, 4.0ah & 2.0ah Batteries, Charger and Case £179.98  @ ToolStation
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Not a bad little compact kit. Often find my 18v a bit big and heavy. Here’s the blurb Milwaukee compact percussion combi drill and impact driver twin pack • M12BPD 12V Combi dr… Read more

Bought this from Tool Station months ago at 149.99. These are not brushless and the 1st generation of 3 generations. Cold.

Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
i have been looking for lightweight impack driver for screwing wood builds. this one is as strong as my standard 18v bosch drill. battery is also better too. strongly recomend .

Finally arrived, heavier than expected, my other makita was lighter, but it is soooo smooth, much stronger than the makita. I only bought this to get the lightest possible, otherwise i would buy bigger battery 14v version. At the moment i am really happy with it. I hope battery lasts long.


Got on myself in past -It's excellent , Use Coupon: 72SUCVZ To bring it down to £113.96 Can't beat it at this price!


Looks good though 135Nm torque is no great shakes. I also prefer to work all my tools off the same battery system. Hot for the price though!


i havent get it yet, but i recieved an email from dpd for delivery between 2-3pm today (i ordered yesterday afternoon) . fast delivery!!!


Must admit, on first glance this looked like it was powered by a packet of malteesers! Made me smile! :D

Milwaukee PLH 20 Milwaukee 2 Mode SDS+ Hammer Drill 240v £101.99 at ITS
Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Milwaukee PLH20 20mm SDS+ 2-Mode L-shaped fixing Hammer with best power to weight ratio in its class - 2.0J and 1.9kg. 620W motor combined with optimised drilling speed result… Read more
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Not sure why you would buy this particular corded sds drill, seem underpowered at 2J and limited with 2 modes. Slightly less money gets you a Hitachi with 3.2J and three mode action + 3 year warranty. I have the Hitachi and it's been a beast, though slightly heavier it feels light to me.

Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
DeWalt DCK211D2T-GB - 10.8V Combo Kit With DCD710 Drill Driver, DCF815 Impact Driver, 2 x 2.0Ah Batteries, Multi-Voltage Charger & Clear Lid TSTAK Box Features: Kit conta… Read more
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Certainly. £137.50 here But, FFX and others have it semi-regularly for the £130 mark. I ended up buying the green Easyimpact 12v because Wickes had it for about £48 at the time, but I've still got half an eye on upgrading to the blue/pro range.


Hammer driver ftw


Only £132 on Amazon

Rudeboywba This is the DCK211D2T-GB big brother Proper kit (strong)



Milwaukee combi drill £199.99 instore at screwfix
LocalLocalFound 28th AugFound 28th Aug
Milwaukee combi drill £199.99 instore at screwfix
Ok so I seen this in my screwfix store today.They are starting to sell milwaukee power tools.The front cover of new catalogue is a combi drill with 2x4ah batteries,charger and case… Read more
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I find a brace and bit best. Battery never runs out


Warranty is 3 years. Mine is just over a year old and still removing 36mm nuts. 1/2 inch impact driver


It is available I saw In Store this morning


I use them daily for work engineering usually outside. 3 year warranty on drill and 2 years on battery. My first drill went knackered after I squashed it under a truck after 4 years. I'm now still 2 years into my second drill and still using old batteries


So you've used 1 tool so class the entire brand as unreliable,ok.

Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Driver Bit Set (56 piece) £18 @ Amazon Prime (£22.99 non Prime)
Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Driver Bit Set (56 piece) £18 @ Amazon Prime (£22.99 non Prime)
I thought this looked like a pretty decent deal for some quality impact bits. Shock zone geometry - designed to Flex Shock zone reduces stress at the tip resulting in less tip … Read more

Handy little box with average bits. Replace with Wera bits when they’re done and before you know it you’ll have a proper bit of kit.


I would love to go wera impact bits all the way, but they are more expensive and I do love a box set for choice, as I won't always know what bits I may need in a project ahead of time, especially when you need to improvise.


Apparently yes they are. I was shown a demonstration of the torque levels they could withstand and shown a “competitor equivalent” which broken with half the torque required to break Milwaukee. The test looked like it wasn’t manipulated and therefore an accurate representation of strength in that given test.


Did you have Makita Impact Gold? What Wera did you get? I was tempted by Wera but seemed a deal for the set I got with a discount. To be fair I really don't need some high end stuff, but it's nice to have a nice set, the Makita mag holder etc. seems very handy (although there are mixed reviews), and should hopefully last a decent time with my light use. Might try Wera next time if there's a decent deal and I actually need any more bits.


I've used Dewalt Impact Torsion bits and Milwaukee own.. both much of a muchness. Both wear or even shear off after a while. As wothinger says above, consider them disposable.

Milwaukee pocket hand torch/flashlight £5 @ Wolseley
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
Milwaukee pocket hand torch/flashlight £5 @ Wolseley
Free C&C. Boxed with x2 batteries. Looks like a re-badged Maglite.

Saw this in my local Plumb Centre and it’s terrible


The tat fakes available for 99p from ebay are brilliant and easily worth the 99p.


Odd how Milwaukee would put their excellent brand reputation at risk with something like this rubbish. I wonder if they were bought as giveaways or something?


Cold for me too . Normally I like milwaukee but this doesn't make the grade


Agree with above comments, Cree is the way ro go now, just make sure its a genuine Cree there are tons of Tat Fakes out there now.

Milwaukee one-key combi & wrench kit - £499 @ Milwaukee Power Tools
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Milwaukee one-key combi & wrench kit - £499 @ Milwaukee Power Tools
Seems good at only £50 more than the normal one key impact wrench kit to get the combi drill as well.
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bear in mind that its the gen 2 drill, gen 3 is out now. (impact is still the newest 1/2") Good price though if you need it all.

It was a lesser specified one with the incorrect information attached. I checked the spec on the Milwaukee website and it was not the same.


have you got the link please

This is the one you get in that pack. Bare tool is 299 from same shop. is not the top torque one (f34) which is 450.

Milwaukee M12CPD 12v 44nm Brushless Combi Drill *body only* £65 Milwaukee Power Tools
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
There's been better deals if you're wanting the full kit, but as body-only this is a bit of a bargain I think. This is the brushless 12v combi with 13mm chuck and 44nm torque. The … Read more
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In case any Milwaukee users are interested, I've just found a couple of cracking deals on the 12v right-angle drill and pipe cutter. But as usual when I posted it the mods pulled it straight down, so just message me if you want the details (y)


Sounds like an 18v combi will suit you better. The general rule of thumb is the larger the hole, the more torque and less speed is required. Generally, not exclusively.


I mean I've seen almost all the reviews, from my humble perspective it seems like it is the same speed as a top of the line combi drill. Which in all honesty is better for me as I do I have to drill large holes through wood quite often so a good combi drill is already on my list of items to buy. Thanks for the help anyway!


As the previous comment stated you can’t really beat an SDS for masonry jobs, would make hard work using anything else really. Also of course why SDS drills have SDS bits designed specifically for the type of work. I would say I have been blown away by the performance on the Milwaukee SDS, for a 12v unit it’s remarkable. Plenty reviews on YouTube.


You can't beat an SDS for drilling masonry, but then you're not going to be driving screws with an SDS, so it depends what else you've got really.

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...

DEWALT DCG412N-XJ - 18V XR GRINDER BARE UNIT £89.99 @ Toolsense
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
DEWALT DCG412N-XJ - 18V XR GRINDER BARE UNIT £89.99 @ Toolsense
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?

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