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FFX are doing a good deal on old stock of a Makita drill at the moment:

Makita DHP453Z 18v Li-Ion Combi Drill Bare Unit - https://www.ffx.co.uk/tools/product/Makita-Dhp453Z-0088381661287-18V-Li-Ion-Combi-Drill-Bare-Unit

It's cheap because it does not have a brushless (BL) motor.

It would make a good second drill if you already own Makita batteries and chargers and are not bothered whether a drill has a brushless motor or not.

FFX don't charge postage, so the price you see on the web page is the total delivered price you pay.
 

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agree'.. it's murder getting coarse hair out of your canines. (need to groom our dogs every week). think that one would have been good for a carry on film. :p:p:p.
 

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