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as I'm just starting up my kit collection i was wondering which one of these to get

Makita 18V Combi Drill & Free Accessory Set 101Pc - Screwfix.com, Where the Trade Buys#

Makita 18V Twin Pack - Screwfix.com, Where the Trade Buys

I was thinking surley I'll be better of with the first one with all the cutters and bits to go with it. As surley with the other one I'd only use the drill driver as that does everything the driver does and more. which would you pick for a starter kit.
 
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i've got the first set. not a bad drill. the only trouble is its has the red batteries, they dnt last as long as the black 3 amp ones.
 
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