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PostPosted: Sun May 08, 2011 2:56 pm 
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Has anyone got any good reviews about the 18V LXT202 Cordless Drill/Impact Driver?


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PostPosted: Sun May 08, 2011 3:01 pm 
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Yeah - brilliant kit - had mine for over 2 yrs and they've been faultless. Drill is more than powerful for everything I've given it and the impact driver does the job well too.

Shop around to get the best price - should be below £350

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dead link removed£339 here!!


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I've got both items albeit bought separately. The batteries go on for a long time and the impy packs a punch. The 451 (drill) has a metal chuck and metal gearbox so likely to last longer than the plastic ones.


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BOUGHT THE SET...

Had it delivered few days ago... Nice kit, i have used it on a few fitting projects now and the set is brilliant, impact driver (BTD140) has no issues with any kind of job big or small, The Combi Drill (BHP451) has no issues with jobs either, excellent hammer functionality.

To conclude both machines are brilliant, stacks of power and ready for any job you throw at them.

Great buy - Recommend to anyone!!


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Found it even cheaper - £329 - that's a good price - never used the supplier though

http://www.tools4trade.com/d-4300135-Ma ... ivery.aspx

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My set is 4 years old now and still going great guns with daily useage. Very pleased with it. An essential part of my kit. :thumbleft:


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Found it even cheaper - £329 - that's a good price - never used the supplier though

http://www.tools4trade.com/d-4300135-Ma ... ivery.aspx


i have twice they are good cheap and as described
dewalt 18v impact £70 and a 18v dewalt rotazip £45 2 or3 years earlier

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Yep love my makita kit, impact driver is nice and light, best bit is batteries can give 20 minutes use for as little as 10 minutes charge.


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