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Makita 18V Brushless Drill + Impact Driver & 3x 4.0Ah - $289 (after cashback) APPRENTICES ONLY


Pretty decent prices for brushless in my opinion if you are currently an apprentice. You should be able to claim total cost on your tax as well.

1 PIECE = $150
2 OR 3 PIECE = $200
4 OR 5 PIECE = $250
6+ PIECE = $300

LINK TO DEAL IN TITLE: https://sydneytools.com.au/makita-dlx2002m-18v-4-0ah-li-ion-...

MORE: https://sydneytools.com.au/catalogsearch/result/?q=makita+br...

(you don't need to buy through sydney tools, i just saw info of cashback on their site)

*Offer limited to Brushless kits/combos with 3Ah, 4Ah & 5Ah Lithium Ion batteries. A kit & combo is recognised as having at least one charger & one battery, the size of a kit & combo is recognised by the quantity of tools included. Batteries, chargers & accessories do not contribute to the size of a kit or combo. All cashback values are inclusive of GST.

Offer limited to one kit/combo per claim & one claim per apprentice. The maximum cashback value is $300 per apprentice. The claim must be completed online at makita.com.au/apprentice, & attached with a copy of the receipt verifying the valid purchase within the promotional period, & current apprentice student ID card.

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  • Great deal

  • Great deal.

    Especially since the title deal DLX2002M is an HAMMER drill + impact driver combo.

    The plain drill plus impact driver is $20 less - not as good a deal.

  • So how does one temporarily become an apprentice? :P

    • Pretty easy from memory. Where I worked we had technicians with 30 years plus of experience signing up to be a trainee so they could get a few thousand in tool allowances whilst the employer also got paid. They would just get a training provider to sign off on the RPL (Recognised Prior Learning) and it would all be done.

    • Great deal, a shame that i am not an apprentice

  • Potentially only going to be usable by a few, but this is a really cracking deal. $200 off something like the brushless DLX2000M pack is phenomenal. Going to have a chat with my bro tomorrow, see if he can hook a brother up.

  • Good deal, will buy a set through one of my apprentices.

  • Can I price match this at Bunnings?

  • Any apprentice here in Melbourne, I am happy to pay $50 for someone to grab a drill combo for me please.

  • Has anyone asked an apprentice to assist on a tool purchase before? Just wondering if the apprentice needs to make the purchase (have it delivered to him/her) and whether cashback needs to be paid into a bank account in their name?

    • I think you need to provide indenture documents + it must be paid into claimers bank account. So pretty hard to if you aren't yourself eligible.

  • I just got a request from them asking for further proof (payslip etc.)that i'm an apprentice.
    I wonder if some people are trying to fake being an apprentice to get the cashback?