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Ozito Power X Change 18V Compact Drill and Impact Driver Kit - $79 @ Bunnings (in Store)

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I thought I'd re-post this, but Mods, if need be, please merge/update with this deal : https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/610263

Description from Bunnings site :

18V Compact Drill Driver
18V Impact Driver
4.0Ah Battery and Compact Fast Charger Included
This cordless Compact Drill and Impact Driver kit from Ozito’s Power X Change range is perfect for a multitude of DIY jobs around the home. The drill driver is great for drilling holes and fastening screws, whilst the impact driver is a champion at driving bolts and screws. Pair the two together to power through a range of jobs such as building a deck, installing gutters, or assembling furniture. With a keyless chuck on the drill driver and quick-connect chuck on the impact driver, accessory changes are quick and easy. The integrated LED worklights in both tools provide visibility in low light areas, whilst the sure grip handles and variable speed triggers provide comfort and control while you work. The included 18V 4.0Ah battery and compact fast charger means you can pair these with some appropriate bits and you’ll be able to get started straight away.


Mod Note: Updated to NSW, as it showing as $99 in other states.
Update 2: Added VIC and QLD to the title.
Update 3: Added SA to title as someone commented they were able to purchase via 'click and collect'
Update 4: comments suggest it's nation-wide, including SA, WA & Tas. Pricing seems hit & miss for certain stores, so check a few others

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  • +2 votes

    Great deal! Showing $79 for Newstead, Brisbane QLD.

  • +3 votes

    Showing $79 online for QLD C&C too.

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    showing $79 in Oakleigh VIC. Have submitted click and collect order and waiting for Bunning's reply.

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    Can this be used as electric screwdriver or is this different?

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      The drill driver can but it depends on what you will be screwing, just adjust the torque for more delicate things like putting together flat pack furniture.

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        so thats what its for, thanks

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    Adelaide $79 also, checked Kent Town on the website.

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    I have the Bosch kit, but bought this as a spare kit. Thanks OP.

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    $79 in SA - just ordered Click & Collect

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    any cheap batteries deals atm in need of a battery

    • +1 vote

      Get this deal, 4ah batt alone is $50 when on sale

      This also includes the charger and two more tools

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        yea i understand it just that i already have the 2 tools unless someone wants the tools lol

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    Are they brushless? Thanks!

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      No, waiting for it

  • +1 vote

    Was priced at $99 at Mildura store and scanned at same price.

    I showed them the link on my phone after following the link from here and setting my store as Mildura and they gave it to me for $79 after taking a photo of my screen as their screen of their site had $99

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    What's the normal price?

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    Nice one - my 4Ah battery is starting to fail so this is a tidy way to replace it, with a few bonuses.

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    Been waiting for this deal, Thank you OP and Aldi. PIcked one up at Nunawading.

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    I have the previous 5 piece kit that i picked up for $199.

    The newer 5 piece kit sports better assortment of tools.

    My two issues are that the tools cut out too early and you cannot get a bigger battery than the 5.2ah. Which i have never seen in special.. and at $99, i feel its over priced.

    Anyone know how much better the tools go with the 5.2ah over the 4ah.

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      Anyone know how much better the tools go with the 5.2ah over the 4ah.

      I did the math. 30% better

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        Ha, funny, but im sure we know what i mean, will the tools function better, i.e. not cut out so quick when under load.

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          Marginally, they might put out the max 20v for slightly longer than a 4Ah battery, as that should be proportional to the size.

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            @NigelTufnel: Yes, should be able to sustain a higher amperage for longer due to less internal resistance but there may be other factors limiting the overall output so you would need to test it. Theoretically, yes.

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          You would need to know what cells they have in the pack and whether the controller board is the same with the same max current cut out.

          Since both batteries are 2p IMO it'd be marginal difference, if any. You could just as well have bad or aging 4Ah pack as I recently found one of my Workzone batteries would not work in a saw anymore but a different pack did. But this pack worked fine in a different tool.

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          I have 1.5ah, 2.5ah and 4ah batteries. The larger batteries are much better under load than one size smaller. My guess is that the voltage drop is lesser.

          5.2ah would be awesome for hungry tools like a lawn mower or circular saw

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        *Maths

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      This is why I'm starting to learn how to solder, spot weld and build my own battery.

      Feels like it's a must have skill set

  • +2 votes

    This is available in my local in Western Australia for $79.Seems like a national deal

    Checked multiple surrounding stores. All $79 in WA

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    OK, finally ordered one.

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    Tagged at 99.98 in Frankston store but scanned at 79. I didn't really need this but I did need a multi-tool and this being only$10 than the battery made the deal sweet.

    I just drilled 4 51mm holes through a thick porcelain floor tile with an 18v Makita cordless so I expect the ozito could do the same (diamond cutter).

    I did get an extra battery today as well.

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    Has anyone had any experience with other ozito skins? $9 seems to be the starting point for the torch attachment!

    https://www.bunnings.com.au/search/products?page=1&q=Ozito%2...

    I wonder if that mini blower could be used to clean out desktop PCs. Surely it would give the Opolar a run for its money!

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      Yes, i have them all.

      Yes it can.

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      It looks like the torch is 12V not 18V… I’m assuming it won’t fit this battery?

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        yeah, looks like the $9 one is not compatible.

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          And the work light $16 is infinitely better than the LED torch.

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    Got one, awesome, SA here.

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    maybe a good deal, but those tools are very heavy compared to similar items from other brands, or maybe im just weak

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    Slightly unrelated question, but does anyone know if the Aldi Impact Wrench goes on sale around the same time every year? I need an impact wrench to tackle some car suspension work and not sure whether to buy this Ozito deal and an Impact Wrench skin or wait for the Aldi wrench to come up. The Aldi wrench has more torque so I'd much rather that, but I also don't want to miss a good deal

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    Thanks OP, ordered for delivery. $10 postage saves me time and fuel, none were available at my closest anyway. :)

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    Cant decide between this and the makita.

    Does the Ozito Impact Driver has enough power to penetrate drywall with metal stud?

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      Lol
      &
      Yes.

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    Following the link it gives me 99.98 (SA).

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    Wait for the brushless. Its smaller and lighter and more powerful. Don't buy this if you don't need it.

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      Any ideas what price the brushless would come down to?

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      All well and good, but the equivalent brushless items, even on sale, would be more than twice this price.

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      I bought the brushless and it fell apart. My Dads non-brushless is a brick outhouse. go figure.

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    could the impact driver remove lug nuts ?

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      I've read it wouldn't manage it. the impact wrench is what you'd need to remove lugs.
      the impact driver is mainly for driving screws.

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    Sorry to ask this question.. Does this work as Hammer drill? Can I use it to drill holes to brick/concrete ? Thanks

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      No, you will need to buy the hammer drill skin separately

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    Anyone knows if the impact driver torque adjustable?

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    $79 in Devonport TAS, but $99 in Burnie TAS, bizarre pricing..

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    I managed to order online in WA. Click and collect.
    Not sure what other store has it, but I got the last one from my local store.

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    Just ordered one in SA for pickup at the Edwardstown store for $79 but Marion is $99

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    Bought

    Minchinbury in NSW has/had heaps.. approx 20?!

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    Just bought and got delivered this, which I thought was good quality and price for $99

    https://www.totaltools.com.au/140089-bosch-12v-2-0ah-drill-d...

    Seems to be gone from their site

  • +2 votes

    My pair have stayed in the 4WD, main use is for changing tyres, drill for the jack and driver for the nuts, and screwing in camping 'pegs'. Note the driver does not have enough max torque so you'll need to use your wrench to do the initial loosen and final tighten up. Batteries last as long as my makitas.

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    4.0Ah Battery and Compact Fast Charger on its own is $89. Am I missing something here?
    Very tempted, even though I already have 4 batteries and use my ozito hammer drill for normal drilling and driving.

    • +5 votes

      A bargain is only a bargain if you needed it in the first place.
      If you don't need it and wouldn't use it well, it becomes just a waste of money

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    Still not sure which one to buy……. This one, Adi or the 5 in 1 kit(Ozito or Ryobi)??? TIA

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    Thanks OP, ordered one C&C for the price at Bayswater WA

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    Bought Thanks.

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    My local had a big $99.98 price label yesterday. I bought one, but showed the cashier the link with $79 so she had no hesitation in making that price. Today, I wandered in and saw that they re-labeled the floor stock at $79. The pile is about half the size it was yesterday.

    That's Frankston Bunnings in VIC.

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    damn sold out everywhere

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      Go sunshine if you in vic

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    Sold out most stores,

    Was in sunshine bunnings restocked like 50 this morning

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      Seems to be heaps available in the SE suburbs of Melbourne

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    Both Box Hill and Vermont South (VIC) have plenty of stock.
    Saw at least 20 units on the shelf this afternoon

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    Hmmm, I purchased successfully at $79 locally but no pickup message yet. I wonder if there's no stock allocated to me?

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      I also didn't get a pick up message, so I checked my account and it said ready for collection.

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        Just checked my account and also Ready for Collection. Cheers mate!

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    Picked one up, needed a new battery so it was a no brainer. Thanks OP.

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    Anyone got recommendations on a drill bit set for this as this is my first drill

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    Most stores in Sydney is out of stock. About 10 of them came in yesterday afternoon at the Gladsville NSW store, so I was luck enough to pick one up. When I checked today it is still showing that it si out of stock so I am not sure if all 10 of them flew off the shelf or the website is slow to update the stock level.

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    Guys, did anybody pick up their kits? I picked up mine yesterday. The charger included is really weird. It looks like a standard charger (PXCG-060) - https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-18v-standard-charger_p.... Has a sticker at the back that says its a standard charger with long charging time. However at the bottom, it says the model number is PXCG-030C and has 20V - 3A output (this is a print on the plastic and not a sticker). Whats the deal? What charger did I recieve?

    • +1 vote

      Looks like you were given the wrong charger somehow. Mine says 'compact fast charger' - https://imgur.com/a/misc9mv

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        Thats correct, mines the same too, but what about the sticker at the back(not the bottom) where it indicates charge speed?

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    Pulled trigger last night
    PayPal notification came through
    No contact txt or email from Bunnings

    Rang today.
    No notices in system that money has been received plus now no stock at Morayfield

    Rang customer support
    Glitch in system …. sorry!!
    Will see if we can refund your money
    Send details…

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    Out of stock most of stores

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    So apparently the $79 kit is a special promo kit, the same as the $99 one except with a smaller battery. Most stores in Metro VIC out of the $79 promo unit, but still have the regular $99 one on shelves. I found the Bayswater store had 21 still left as of Saturday evening, so had to make a detour and picked one up. There was still 2/3 unopened stock boxes of them in the tool shop. So at least 20 I guess.

    • +2 votes

      $79 kit got 4.0Ah Battery ..

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        I feel like the Bunnings guy at Fairfield wasted my time, as they had the $99 combo on shelf - which he said was not the promo one. Yet I look on Bunnings website and there is only the $79 unit - no such thing as two models.

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    on a slightly related note, is there a way to check if there is stock of something in any store? I don't care where, I just want to know if it's in stock in a Bunnings somewhere.

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    What would be a good all in one drill/screw bit set for this ozito?

    • +2 votes

      A lot of people have been getting this set, but I personally found it to be poor quality and you get a lot of duplicate bits.