< Tools & Gadgets | 15.02.2018

Makita MAKDHP482RFW

Makita MAKDHP482RFW

Makita seems to be sewing up the cordless drill corner of the market, and the MAKDHP482RFW’s spec, combined with the money being asked for it, offers a few clues as to why.

This 18V combi drill has variable speed control by trigger, forward/reverse rotation and a keyless chuck.

A twin-LED job light illuminates any dark and poky reaches you might have cause to venture into, and a protection circuit safeguards your slide-type power source from over-discharge, high temperature or current overloads.

Pricing will vary according to where you buy from, but you can expect to pay about £250, which will also get you a compact charger and case, a pair of Makita-made 18V lithium-ion batteries and a one-year manufacturing guarantee.

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