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Dewalt DCF610D2 10.8V Cordless li-ion XR Subcompact Screwdriver 2 x 2Ah Batteries - £89.99 @ Toolsense
Found 23rd JunFound 23rd Jun
This is cheapest seen this £135.99 on Amazon. Great kit for work or home.
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I have this as well as the impact driver, reciprocating saw and drill all 10.8v. I also have all the 18v kit. The 10.8v stuff gets used twice as much as the 18v. You wouldn’t buy this over an 18v drill but if you have the 18v already these are the perfect tool to undo and tighten screws or bolts.


Hence why I’d pay the extra... a more powerful motor and a machine that will screwdrive, drill and hammer drill


It's a screw driver not a combi drill. Depends what you need it for


Spend a bit more and get a proper 18v model that will drill too?


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Milwaukee 4933 4510 61 Combi Drill Charger and Case - Red £276.42 @ Amazon
Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
great price for this excellent drill
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Spannerzone summed it up perfectly. This would definitely be overkill for DIY and I'm not sure if this is a good deal but it's a terrific tool and easily 100% better than the Dewalt. The Dewalt however would be more than capable for most DIY tasks and light trade.




Check powertoolmate bet he beats that price


Well high torque means it's easier to drill drills into very tough brickwork, concrete or masonry and would mean it can more easily drive screws/bolts like a very powerful screwdriver. But many people never need such power, I suspect most people don't need that for DIY and those that do might have a cheap impact driver any way. I personally would always get a higher torque drill as my house has very solid and hard bricks but i got the Makita 458 drill that's quite powerful and about £150 - £180 with battery and charger.


It's a great drill (I have one) but I don't think it's a great price. Without checking I'm fairly sure you can get it cheaper buying everything separately.

Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Deal back on. Fantastic set CNC precisely machined bit with a torsion zone to absorb peaks in torque. Allows optimum bit flex for maximum life in Impact/High Torque applications. … Read more
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Should be called Milwaukee camout.. Absolute junk the milwaukee bits are. Like something from poundland


Ordered yesterday, delivered 22hrs later. Decent little box and magnetic attachment.


This is not a genuine DeWalt item, just crossed referenced it with their database


Well I certainly learn a lot from a lot of experienced people here. I love it. Ultimately you have to make up your own mind, but you'll have a much much better starting point than you otherwise would.


Discussions on tools are great! "This is the best," "no this is the best and here's why," "yeah well I've been using these for years and they have no equal" and so on and so on. 😁

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Milwaukee M18BPD-302C 18V Li-Ion Cordless Compact Combi Drill 2 x 3.0Ah £149.98 at  Toolstation
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
DETAILED DESCRIPTION Small but powerful combi, only 198mm in length - ideal for tight spaces. • 2 x 3.0Ah red Li-Ion battery • 13mm keyless metal chuck • High performance 4-pole mo… Read more

I'd agree. I use a Fuel 12v brushless with a 4 Ah battery for work. Hammer drill, normal screw driving etc and charge lasts for ages. Bloody good hammer drill for a 12v, paired with a decent Bosch masonry bit it chews through bricks.


But the Aldi one is! ;)


Not brushless. I would strongly suggest commercial users go for brushless.


Just as I was wondering where Aldi got the inspiration for their uggliest drill yet!:


Impact driver ;)

Milwaukee m12 3/8th impact gun - £154.99 @ Powertoolmate
Found 27th MayFound 27th May
Milwaukee m12 3/8th impact gun kit. Comes with 2x 2 amp batteries , 3/8th impact gun and a charger

Ordered and arrived no problem and quick delivery from this company. Great bit of kit for the price


Cheers for sorting that out


Well I've ordered so hopefully will receive it soon.




This is a cracking gun, can’t find it cheaper anywhere else!

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Dewalt DW088K-XJ Cross Line Laser £114.99 @ Toolsense
Found 10th MayFound 10th May
Email came through from this company as bought some Dewalt from them previous on HUKD. This is best price I can find. My mate had one these on site when doing drywall. Also seen vi… Read more

You have to add code it’s still active LG-SCHP


129.99 now ;(


if they have banned these then I'm out of business, I sell and hire lasers for a living


Had to work really hard for that joke, if that is what it is supposed to be?


Yet to see some straight work

Milwaukee drill set with free hand tool kit worth £83.78 - £299.98 @ Toolstation
Found 6th MayFound 6th May
Milwaukee M18BLPP2D-423C 18V Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack Plus Free LED Torch 2 x 4.0Ah (18V) & 1 x 2.0Ah (12V) + Free hand tool kit
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What's "LOL" about it? Tell you what, go try and purchase those same individual items, and see how much change you have out of the £83! The same quality wrench alone from SnapOn would nearly gobble the entire £83! Hint: those are not the the same as the £9.99 sets you get from Argos that are made of butter. Milwaukee hand tools are now moving very far up the quality scale. Hate these know-it -all types that know nothing on this site. Buy your 7p tin of beans and £6k Dacia Sandero's with no radio and give the rest of us some respite from the sniping. £83 is good value for these hand tools. The deal is good overall, but be aware the 3rd gen Milwaukee drills/impacts (amongst others tools) have just been announced and they look like world beaters, along with the option of 12ah high output batteries on the M18 platform means GREATER performance than most current CORDED tools! The power tools arms race has been ratcheted up another notch again by Milwaukee in response to Dewalt Flexvolt.


I paid that for the 2 drills minus torch a few years back. Still going strong with no battery degradation. My dad swore by Milwaukee having tried other brands for daily use that simply didn’t last.


Massive overkill for most weekend DIYers but fantastic tools, well built, very tough, great power/weight and ultra reliable. Mine are used day in and day out and are getting on for three years old without any issues.. I'd rate Milwaukee and Festool as the cream of the crop. I don't like DeWalt but plenty onsite do. Seen quite a few shopfitters with Stanley Fatmax gear, haven't used myself so can't comment.


i bought the set and it arrived today, i am only a DIYer to be honest but i’ll thoroughly enjoy using it !!


Dewalt all day every day. They now do made in UK through screwfix, stuffs made up in Sheffield. Got loads Dewalt and its brilliant 5.0ah batteries last ages and just seen they making a 12.0ah back of the year, that’s nuts wont need to charge for a week lol

Milwaukee M18 CAG125XPD 18v 125mm Angle Grinder (body only) £159.04 Delivered @ Amazon
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Seems to be a great price on this (next cheapest I've found is £180), this is the Fuel brushless model with paddle switch. Dispatched and sold by Amazon. Body only (no batteries or… Read more
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Looks like they've restocked and dropped the price slightly as well.




Kl Al keep my eyes peeled


Thanks for that, but they don't sell this model. They do have the 125X (rather than 125XPD), which I suspect is the same thing looking at Milwaukee's site specs, and that is £282.53 body-only on Power Tools UK, so with 20%off that's £226.02. I think you're confusing models.


Power tools uk with the 20%off code .

Milwaukee Fixtec Nut £5.95 Prime / £9.94 Non Prime @ Amazon
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Do away with spanners and standard angle grinder nut and use this nut instead, tighten with your hands and away you go. Milwaukee Fixtec Quick Locking Flange Nut. Replaces sta… Read more
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I thought about this, then decided my solution of using an elastic band to hold the proper spanner thing right next to the plug on the grinder, which (a) means I never lose it, and (b) means I'm never tempted to use it whilst it's still plugged in, is good enough for me. I may yet give one of these a go though if I'm feeling impulsive :)


Couldn't they think of a better name than Fixtec Nut?


As a regular user of angle grinders, and my having attended a abrasive wheels course, I can't see this being the thing. looks more dangerous than using a proper wrench.


Now OoS from Amazon at this price, due in mid April. FFX have them in stock at £5.95 with free delivery:


Just watched the match Josep Guardiola needs a Plan B, Plan C and a Plan Z for the second leg. Let’s hope Manchester United put in a similar performance and destroy city’s chances of lifting the trophy the weekend.

Milwaukee M18TLED 18V LED Work Light / Torch (body only) £25.03 Delivered @ Powertoolmate
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Cheap-as-chips for those who already have batteries and charger. Try this link if the "get deal" links shows out of stock:… Read more
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Yep that works, thanks


It's some issue with the link in the deal. I've had this before with Powertoolmate deals. Try here:




Seems a very good price @ThanksForThat . Not sure why cold, unless people are mistaking this for the Milwaukee M12TLED?

Milwaukee 48221903 Fastback Flip Utility Knife with Blade Storage - free delivery £13.99 @ FFX
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
Best price I could find for a very well reviewed folding utility knife from a good brand (and which explicitly includes a blade). It's slightly cheaper at Powertoolmate (https:/… Read more
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£12.95 now...


I am still not convinced in ordering. Last time DPD lost my parcel in the depot, forcing me to cancel a plumber who wasn't happy. I ended up paying a revised price for his work. The time before that I said I was going to call the police. Then my girlfriend came home an hour later to find my expensive parcel sat on the drive.


I have this knife it is simply superior to all other knifes forget Stanley. Worth every penny.


Courier services are really area specific regarding how good they are, along with the drivers. I have the best possible service from DPD so would disagree with you, I hate Hermes and Yodel in my area they are constantly putting things in my bins or throwing it in the garden


Cold from me. I’ve used a variety of utility knives over the years, including this one, and it’s quite low on my preferred list. It’s clunky but uncomfortable to use for extended periods. If I need a knife for small jobs the one that lives in my kit is a small folding B&Q jobby, for longer jobs I use a non-folding screwfix-branded knife as it’s much nicer to use for extended periods. Comfort, weight/size (if you have to lug your tool bag around) and price are the only real things to consider for a knife like this and this knife fails on all of the above. Pair a cheaper knife with decent blades (I like Irwin blades) and you’ll be better off.


Brushless ?


Or fingerprint unlocking


No NFC, cold.


Got the drill and grinder myself and well worth this price. Grinder alone is £150+ naked.


Just collected them very happy for the price & great quality as expected with 3 years warranty as mentioned above ;)

Milwaukee M18 Fuel 18V Brushless Impact Driver M18FID £79.99 @ Powertoolmate
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
Cheapest price I could find, even cheaper than eBay! Here is the correct link to the deal: I couldn't dec… Read more

Bought separate for 170 cheers


Bought separate for 170 cheers man


Do you mean this? Deffo buy separately rather than a kit if you don't want the case, batteries and charger?!


I don't want the case I just want the drill and driver (battery's are optional as I have a few )


Is it not the case that even when the kits are on offer it's cheaper to buy separately? Especially if you don't buy the case. Could buy a bag like this instead of the case and fit a few tools in:

Milwaukee C12JSR M12 Site Radio (bare unit) £55.79 @ SGS Engineering ebay
Found 28th FebFound 28th Feb
Don't think I've ever seen this so cheap. Came across it after seeing it on Amazon at £63 and I thought that was a good price. Has a water & dust-proof compartment with 3.5mm… Read more
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Yes as @harlzter says, they're built to stand up to the rigours of site work, which largely involves getting caked in dust and plaster and getting thrown with no care into the back of a van at the end of the day :D Normal radios just don't last five minutes sadly (been there, done that). You can get better specced site radios than this, but you pay more again for them.


Its a heavy duty robust unit designed to take on the extreme punishment its likely to see on a jobsite such as knocks, heavy dust/grit damp etc units then at the end of the day get lobbed in the back of a builders van with the rest of his/her tools and it will face this day in day out, yes the radio aspect specs are on a par with a much cheaper radio, its the build quality and robustness you are paying the extra for. The batteries and charger you may already have from tools say an older battery that is no longer up to use in a power tool but ok for this, same with dewalt and makita radios.


Hmm considering it's £55 there seems to be a lot it doesn't include that you would normally expect as standard on consumer models (battery and charger). I don't know anything about these kinds of radios so maybe it's standard practice but still seems stingy on a basic radio that costs £50+...


That's what you wanted it to say 8)


Nice review here

Milwaukee M12TLED 12v Torch Body-only £12.50 + £4.50 PP (free delivery on orders over £50) @ Milwaukee Power Tools
Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
This is the cheapest I've found it in stock including delivery, and a no-brainer add on if you're placing an order that qualifies for free delivery (and you've already got batterie… Read more
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Arrived from Everything good (y) (a bit bigger than i was expecting)


still in stock.


Not a chance i would post a deal on here. I like myself too much! XD I was going to buy from your link, but as always i googled to check for a better price etc. I would leave your deal up. As you correctly say, people ordering other items would get free delivery making it a better deal etc. Thanks for the heads up any way, as i didn't know they did a torch and that it was so cheap!


Nice find (y) If you want to post that one up, I'll expire this one?


It would be accurate if you could change the price to £17 to include Delivery with a comment saying free delivery if you spend over £50 that would help those of us just skipping through the deals to know the full costs, thanks for putting up the deal though.

Milwaukee 18v Brushless Twin Pack, 135nm Combi Drill & 203nm Impact Driver, 2x 5ah Batteries £335.99 @ Powertoolmate
Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
Third time lucky! This is still (AFAIK) the most powerful 18v combi on the market, and the cheapest I have found this set by a long way. Top spec tools at a great price. EDIT: Dea… Read more
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Good deal, voted hot, it's slightly cheaper than the best prices for buying separately (though if you do that you don't have to buy everything at once / just buy what you need and you can get the faster charger). If you don't buy the case it's cheaper to buy separately by £7.24 with the faster charger. Case £18.99 Combi £103.80 Charger (rapid) £28.98 5.0 Ah Battery £57.99 Impact driver £79.99 Total £347.74 Total minus case £328.75


Ebay them :D


It's a great deal . I just wish they'd not give me the box or charger, and take off the 35.99


It is a good deal, but if you can stretch the extra £50 the increase in performance with this set is massive.


I posted a very good deal on the 10th Feb you might like for a quality milwakiee combo set

Milwaukee M18BJS 18v Jigsaw Body-only £120.98 @ Toolstation
Found 17th FebFound 17th Feb
I didn't notice this the other day when I was looking so I don't know if it's just been added? Anyway, great price if you've already got the batteries & charger. Use code VALE… Read more
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Good price


Cheers Andy, I keep forgetting to do that (y)


Thanks for posting @ThanksForThat , I've added the price and merchant to the title

Milwaukee M12CPD Brushless 12v Combi, 2 x 4ah Batteries, Charger, Case £143.99 @ ITS
Found 9th FebFound 9th Feb
Another crazy Milwaukee deal. Next cheapest is Toolstop at £170 but they're on back order, £200+ everywhere else. Brushless, 13mm chuck, 39nm torque, 2 x 4ah batteries, 60 min ch… Read more
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gone for his from their (ITS) ebay store using the ebay 10% off italy trick: Ebay Item:|parentrq:1b8304401630abc02607cb88ffff4677|iid:1 works out to be: £130.50 delivered Bargain :)


That's ex VAT (y)


119 now.


Thanks, now looking at the impact driver from this comment, looks good:


To be honest for a decking project like that I'd be looking at an 18v impact driver. It's perfect for that job and no need to pilot drill first. It'll save you a lot of time and effort. For about the same money as this Milwaukee, this set would serve you better: EDIT: beg your pardon, the price has gone up since the deal was posted. But if you can find it for that kind of money it would be the better option for you. Failing that, look at picking up the impact driver, battery and charger individually.

Milwaukee 12v Drill/Driver, 2x 2ah Batteries, Case, Charger, £86 (ish) with code @ Toolstation
Found 8th FebFound 8th Feb
Currently on at £99.98, but discount code VALENTINES18 will get you another £14 off orders over £100, so add the cheapest item you can find to get for about £86. It's an absolute … Read more
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I can't disagree with you, but as my own use now is purely DIY, replacing my cordless tools isn't really going to happen. I appreciate someone who enjoys using quality tools and another time, I would certainly give them a go, thanks.


Try it, you won't go back. We ditched all our Makita cordless stuff at work for Panasonic, which are excellent, but the range is a bit lacking. Milwaukee has probably the biggest range of cordless tools, and the quality and service is there as well. I mean they're not cheap compared to Makita or DeWalt, but I'd never go back. I'm not a Makita-basher mind, I own loads of corded stuff (and got two more on the way), but for cordless it's Milwaukee all the way- the 12v SDS is truly excellent. And I've got the old version.


Not tried Milwaukee stuff, always found Makita more than adequate for my purposes, and cheap too if you buy tools separately to batteries.


Did you add something else to take it to £100?


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