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Mac Allister Cordless 18V 2Ah Li-ion Combi drill 2 batteries MEHD18-2-Li
- Comes with - 2x 2.0Ah, Li-ion batteries, battery charger, auxiliary handle, moulded case & detachable side handle
- No load speed: 0-450/1600 rpm
- Torque settings: 24+1+1
- 3 drill functions; Drill, hammer drill & driver
- 2 speed variable speed gearbox
Features and Benefits
- Lithium battery for longer full-power running time; can be recharged at any time, fade free battery power provided until recharging required
- Super fast charger: fast battery charging, 100% in 45 minutes
- 3 functions: Screwdriver to easily turns screws, rotary drill for drilling into wood or metal, rotary dill with hammer to drill in masonry
- LED work light: built-in light for improved visibility in poor light conditions
- Guarantee - 3 year
|Number of batteries||2 batteries|
|Battery charger||Battery charger included|
|Charge time||45 minute|
|No load speed||0-450/1600 rpm|
|Blows per minute||5850/20800 bpm|
|Max masonry drilling capacity||15mm|
|Max metal drilling capacity||13mm|
|Max wood drilling capacity||35mm|
|Rotation direction||Forward & reverse|
|Chuck size||13 mm|
|Handle type||Soft grip handle|
£4 per hour then throw away
Muggedx2 - 2 years ago
This 18 volt & 24 volt drill lasted no more than 24 hours of actual use. Must be the most expensive drill in the world.
Darvidg - 2 years ago
Brilliant.just the job.good price.two batteries.awsome.David G
Anonymous - 3 years ago
The drill is nicely weighted and balance and the grip has a great feel to it.
Its very easy to use and has all the features for amateur DIY.
Evolution in all the right places...
MrHappyCustomerAgain - 3 years ago
I've always had a MacAllister in my tool collection.
I left a review on the older model MB18Li (made its way to: Product Code: 5052931039814). I sang praises back then.
Older drill has given way to chassis flex like the one before that! Batteries lasted the life of the drill on the old model. Nothing really truly wrong with the older drill, still going and still more than capable.
This nice new one caught my eye. ;)
The old drill weighs in at 1947g (with battery attached. Battery: 445g) and this one weighs in at 1767g (with battery attached. Battery: 439g). The new drill is substantially smaller, power is up from 1.5Ah to 2.0Ah. Strangely, the battery on the old one feels lighter.....
So, the new drill...
The colour scheme is eye catching! The LED light can now be illuminated without the need for the chuck to be turning! All the switches feel very tight and precise. The trigger button is very accurately variable. The 'sound' is different, a more 'quality' (tight/precise/pre-breakin whine) sound if such a thing exists?
The charger charges the batteries super quick!!! My reason for being attracted to the drill. The old one kept turning over on one battery whilst the other charged and then swapped over in plenty time to keep the batteries able to keep up with the days work. The new batteries are more powerful and appear to charge as quickly if not quicker. Very happy.
I bought the last drill as a 'backup' but ended up using it pretty much all the time. I've bought this one specifically as my main drill with the older model as my backup...
The carry case supplied is nice. ;)
Weight wise, the drill is very well balanced. Nothing feels flimsy or lacking. It's not nose heavy unlike the old one which was 'slightly'. I can only imagine that the massive reduction in size with minimum reduction in weight is due to an improvement to the quality of the components used internally. I'm not going to open it up and look but I am sure the manufacturer isn't adding weights or anything considering there seems to be a general determination to have things as light as possible...
This is my third MacAllister in almost a decade. THAT is testament to the durability of these products and the quality that keeps me coming back. I'm struggling to see what can be improved for when I'll be buying another in a few years time but no doubt the designers will come up with something.
All in all, GREAT and recommended.
sdc - 4 years ago
i went to B&Q to buy a 18v cordless makita drill
i took the gamble and had the mac allister instead. i used it yesterday and put in 300 stitching tek screws in with one battery!!! it even had the power to break them off if over tightened. very impressed with the performance