Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Unfortunately makita battery stealing is common at my local bunnings too. Makita 18v Cordless Hammer Drill, 3x 3. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Perfect for stuff around the house. Its often the opposite.

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Mine is over 2yrs old and still going strong. Makita 18v Cordless Hammer Drill, 3x 3. They said they did, I then showed them the bunnings catalog and told them it was the model, they took my word for it and matched it.

Originally Posted by troyboy. Just be aware that the batteries give almost no warning when they go flat.

Perfect for stuff around the house. Originally Posted by viper Results 1 to 16 of That’s the great thing about Lithium Ion batteries, they give you full grunt right till the end but yeah it takes getting used to.

And now that woolworths are planning to take them on you can expect more to bunninga I was advised that tradies doing a drive through end up throwing them into their toolbox. I hope this helps you in finding the best model for your needs. Originally Posted by BillyGoat. I have included the specifications for both models for you to see the slight difference between the two.


Makita 18v Cordless Hammer Drill + 3x ah Batteries + Rapid Charger – $ @ Bunnings – OzBargain

Bunnings mainly stock Makita’s standard dfill and LXT cordless range as found in every other shop. OzBargain is an independent community website which has no association with nor endorsement by the respective trademark owners.

So in the end you got a great deal. I’m sure there’s some exceptions such as tablesawsbut the drills are a good example of a similar model being made with cheaper parts in China.

Unfortunately makita battery stealing is common at my local bunnings too. Thread Tools Show Printable Version.

The bunningss now is Hello Troyboy, Would you say that you treated your thrifty link fairly? I have also attached an image of both models. Also, the next number up in a model EG: This was posted 11 months 28 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal. Then they advertise the model at a good price that cannot be purchased elsewhere, only they have it. The end result,”you get what you payed for” always rings true.


Every now and then my bunnings just sell the skins in the case without batteries or charger. I know someone who worked in a local hardware store and they were really pissed off Bunning’s was killing their business. My impact driver is made in Drkll. My local Bunnings had 3 kits on the shelf, first 2 had all the batteries cleared out, i’d say some jerk grabbed them and stuffed them into another box.

Cheap drill sounds great…until a big masonry bit gets stuck dirll your wrist goes pop. Box was scuffed so I asked for crill markdown and they did it. Just had a look, drill and charger are ‘made in china’. The is a good little drill.

It’s nice and light and will handle anything you throw at it. Out of curiosity, would these or any Makita power drills, be “made in Japan”?