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Makita 18V 1.5Ah Li-ion Cordless Combi drill & impact driver DK18015X2
This Makita cordless 18V Li-Ion combi drill and impact driver kit is ideal for both domestic and trade use. The 18V combi drill has a 0-1,400 rpm no load speed and boasts 3 drill functions; combi drill, rotary drill and hammer action with a 2 gearbox providing greater torque versatility. A wide range of drill bits can be easily interchanged with its 13mm keyless chuck. It has a maximum drilling capacity of 13mm in masonry, 36mm in wood and 13mm in metal. The 18V impact driver has a 0-2,300 rpm no load speed with variable speed controlled by the trigger. It has the capacity for M4-M8 machine screws, M5-M14 standard bolts, and M5-M12 high tensile bolts.
- Guarantee - 1 year
- Comes with Combi drill & impact driver, 2 batteries, 3 x PH2 impact gold driver bits & battery charger for added convenience
- The 18V batteries supplied are not compatible with the Makita LXT range
Features and benefits
- Li-ion batteries mean less weight and great energy storage when not in use
- The combi drill (HP457D) features a single sleeve keyless chuck which enables easy bit installation or removal with one hand
- The impact driver (TD127D) delivers a huge amount of power at 140Nm and comes with LED job light with pre-glow function
- The soft grip handle featuring on both tools provide comfort and a stable grip when working
|Batteries included||Batteries included|
Battery not compatible with other tools
Pete 83847374783 - 1 month ago
While these g series tools are ok themselves there’s only 3 tools which use this stupid battery format
Every other 18v makita tool (200+) uses the LXT batteries
Seb792 - 1 month ago
These are great, I’ve used them a lot since getting them and have had no problems.
Now I just wish I could find a saw that used the same batteries lol
Goosgog - 2 years ago
Bought these for my son who was so pleased that I bought a set too. My drill packed up under load using a wood bit causing the battery to go dead. Initial response from B&Q was that the battery is only warranted 45 days although the box shows 3yr warranty. Looking online the Makita site says batteries warranted 12 months. Fortunately I was able to show the drill to be faulty and after a bit of argie bargie they replaced the lot for me. New one seems fine. Impact driver is a brilliant bit of kit.
Very Cost Effective for a Very Limited Budget
Expert_DIY_Plonker - 2 years ago
I spent a while over 2 weeks testing the drill. At first, it appeared there was little drilling power in C24 wood and I was needing to use the hammer and masonry bits. I was going to return it. Then, it appeared OK. I suppose/hope the battery required a little usage to deliver full power. The capability will always be wood/grain dependent.
The drill is low to medium power which saves possible wrist damage if used one-handed, but it is still advisable to use one's free hand on the battery to avoid torque reaction impact, especially when screwing/unscrewing. The screwing/unscrewing capability is dependent upon screw size and thread/length, wood grade and whether a pilot hole has/was drilled, and appears OK for up to M5 in C24 wood. Using for long M5 and M6+ just overloads the motor and is unnecessary.
The impact driver is the best part of the package and is applicable for long M5 and M6+. It is important for safety to use two hands as above and to use impact/torsion bits. Its' use for fixing plastic fittings is unadvisable unless it is done slowly due to the high speed and power.
Both parts have a whine when run slowly and free on a fully charged battery. Lithium-Ion battery tools use a PWM controlled motor and the whine occurs when there is no load - it is not a problem (apparently).
The Cube Bag is re-enforced canvas. If B&Q sold the plastic case X1 variant I would have bought that.
The G series batteries are the DIY level and at a lower cost than the LXT versions which are for a higher usage rate. It appears that spare G series batteries are becoming available.
The parts have good controls and low noise and vibration figures.
As to reliability of these DIY level products - I cannot state - yet.
(C24 wood is structural grade, and is a bit like me - dense)
Chevymaster - 2 years ago
I use these drills in my job absolutely brilliant cannot fault them a really good buy