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Makita DHP458Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Combi Drill – Batteries and Charger Not Included

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Makita DHP458Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Combi Drill – Batteries and Charger Not Included
Makita DHP458Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Combi Drill – Batteries and Charger Not Included

£102.00

Description

  • Single sleeve keyless chuck
  • Twin LED job light
  • 21 torque settings plus Drill mode
  • Maximum Capacity in wood 65mm
  • Maximum Capacity in masonry 16mm
  • Maximum Capacity in steel 13mm
  • 1 year manufacturer warranty with a further 2 years when registered within 30 days of purchase. This guarantee does not apply where non-genuine or recommended parts or accessories are fitted to the tool. The use of non-genuine or compatible batteries and chargers with Makita Tools will invalidate the Makita guarantee for our tools.

Additional information

Specification: Makita DHP458Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Combi Drill – Batteries and Charger Not Included

Body
Size

‎Small

Specification
Manufacturer

Voltage

‎18 Volts

Product Dimensions

‎22.5 x 25.9 x 7.9 cm, 2.1 Kilograms

Batteries

‎1 A batteries required.

Item model number

‎DHP458Z

Colour

Style

Material

‎Plastic, Metal

Power Source

‎Battery Powered

Volume

‎1 Cubic Metres

Part Number

Maximum power

‎100 Watts

Wattage

‎100 watts

Torque

‎91 Newton Meters

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Number Of Pieces

‎1

Speed

‎2000 RPM

Included Components

‎1 x Makita DHP458Z

Batteries included

‎No

Batteries Required

‎Yes

Battery Cell Type

‎Lithium Ion

Battery description

‎Body Only

Item Weight

‎2.1 kg

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Makita DHP458Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Combi Drill – Batteries and Charger Not Included

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  1. Lazarus

    I’m a Makita addict, so it’ll be a cold day in hell long before I slate these tools.

    That being said, this little brute is a tad exceptional, even for a Makita. I use it a fair bit for quite heavy jobs so I stick a 5 Ah battery in to it. Then the hardest job is calming it down when the drilling and bedlam starts. It just goes. Very well indeed.

    I like absolutely everything about this one, right down to the handle and depth-stop.

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  2. Amazon Customer

    This is my forth drill that I’ve bought in the past ten years. I do use them hard but this one is only about a month old and we seem to have a lot of sparks coming out of it. It may settle down.
    These drills are very good I would still buy them.

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  3. Amazon Customer

    I bought this combo drill to replace my last one that I had had for about 18 months. The drill and all my Makita equipment is great. All feel solid and well made.
    I’ve replaced this drill and my impact drill because 1, I use them a lot (I’m a builder) and 2, I’ve pushed them to their limits and probably beyond a few too many times!
    I purchased both drills through ‘Power Tool Mate’, the price was very good, I checked out other reviews which all sounded good. I ordered the Drills and received them within the expected dates. Very happy.

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  4. AmazonCustomer

    Let the smoke out after 7 months.

    Recently, Makita quality has dropped significantly.
    I bought this as a replacement for a Makita combi that last 2 days, before dying.

    My Makita combi before these pair lasted me 11 years…

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  5. MR tryman

    have bought quite few of the makita tools and they have been great .very happy with it

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  6. Simon Winn-smith

    Great drill for the money. I had a DHP481 previously that I killed after maybe 18 months. The 481 is clearly more grunty, being able to push through a 32mm self-drive spade bit in most joists. This drill is lighter-duty and more of a handy-man or carpenter’s drill than for an electrician, as I am, needing to drill many holes in timber and use large hole saws for downlights, fans etc. Nice in the hand, though, and cheap as chips!

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  7. CLS

    Just what I needed a very good drill

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  8. M J Smith

    The Makita DHP458Z is yet another quality product.
    Powerful, well made and nicely balanced drill/ driver.
    I also like the fact that you can check the battery life on the drill by simply pressing a button.
    I use the Makita 5ah battery with this drill but with all batteries that are fully charged, unless used they all run down over a period of time.

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