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just bought a makita 24 sds drill with 2 x 3.3ah batteries. very clean and good condition, looks unused. cost £230 off magic ebay, yet to receive it, might be an empty box. What you think of the price ???
sorry steve, but it does have 2 x 3.3ah batterys, and its in look like condition, like I sed before I burnt it out the other month on loads of joists. But when I took it in for repair and they opened it up, they found nothing wrong with it.He says it only come with 2 batts and if its the makita sds 24v (bhr200saj) which is the one i have and the only 24v sds makita available as far as i know , one of the batts is a 2.0ah while the other is a 3.3ah , add all this to the fact that he paid +£230 secondhand with no warranty , id take the dewalt @ £250 new with warranty every time .
i now have both as i bought the dewalt as a back up to my makita and performance wise there's nothing in it , i agree with what your saying in general though , makita does seem to be better quality , especially the new li-ion range
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Yes your right , they now supply my drill with the option of 2 x 3.3 battssorry steve, but it does have 2 x 3.3ah batterys, and its in look like condition, like I sed before I burnt it out the other month on loads of joists. But when I took it in for repair and they opened it up, they found nothing wrong with it.
I think for £230 its a good price for a makita
obviously ebay is risky, but i took the risk and its great
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