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that dewaltkit looks good. if you are employed youmay be able to get it invoiced to your employer who can claim the vat back. then you could save £82. that's what we used to do.
 

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Can definitely say I've found the Millwaukee stuff good - I use the 12V for most things because of the lightness (Combi Drill and Impact) then treated myself to an 18V Combi for the longer holes through walls and even that is incredibly compact.

You can definirely get some good prices at Screwfix or Toolstation - Just be wary if comparing screwfix kit prices across the internet - they have a habit of getting special kits that are only produced for them and may be slightly lower spec than ones on other websites (not brushless for example).
 

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