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Ozito PXC 18V 10mm Compact Drill Driver Kit $49 + Delivery (Free C&C/In-Store) @ Bunnings

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Ozito PXC 18V 10mm Compact Drill Driver Kit now back to $49 at Bunnings

  • 10mm keyless chuck
  • Variable speed trigger
  • LED worklight
  • 1 x 18V compact charger
  • 1 x 1.5Ah battery

With the included 1.5Ah battery and compact charger, all you need to do is attach an accessory using the keyless chuck and you're ready to complete your drilling and screw driving tasks. The LED light brightens dark and confined working spaces, whilst the variable speed trigger and sure grip handle provides control and comfort.

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  • got the Rockwell other day and yet to C&C, any idea which is better, might get this if its a better deal

    • +4

      This one would be my preference over the Rockwell.

      This is purely becos of the Ozito ecosystem of tools.

    • +2

      obviously the rockwell is better

      steel chuck, 13mm, dual battery, hammer function PLUS bluetooth speaker

      ozbargain has an obsession with driver kits but they have to be no more than $49!

    • -1

      lol the rockwell one is waaaaay better than this ozito junk

      • +1

        oh and the rockwell's trap card… its brushless

        the only thing the ozito has going for it is ecosystem but for $49 i'd rather have a drill that actually excels at being a drill rather than being mediocre as the 3rd removed red head step child in a family that has better stock available

        also the ozito seems to be an everyday price

        • -1

          Ecosystems are almost a thing of the past now with cheap adapters and 3d printers. Just make/buy an ozito adapter from whichever battery system you have and get any ozito skins you want (preferably when on special ie $30 jet blower, $30 brushless impact drill etc). Or just have two chargers on your bench :)

          • @Hazza: STL?

            • +2

              @cristtos: Plenty of Ozito/Einhell STL's available on thingyverse etc. I used this top plate to make my B&D to Ozito adapters. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3251932 Otherwise there are plenty of others. https://www.thingiverse.com/search?q=ozito+battery&type=thin...

              PS - Apparently the new Bunnings XU1 blue range uses the same battery mount so expect many more STL's to become available between Ozito/Einhell and Rockwell/Worx/Toolpro/XU1

              • @Hazza: Have you seen any Ozito battery to Bosh Blue Pro adaptors? There's one on ebay but they won't ship to Oz

                • +1

                  @subywagon: Can't say I have, but I haven't really looked. Back ten years ago before adapters and 3d printers were mainstream, I made a B&D battery adapter using a surplus B&D charger I chopped up. If you have or can get a cheap Bosch Blue Pro charger/case you could do the same joined to the 3d printed Ozito plate linked above.

              • @Hazza: @Hazza - What do you use for the metal contacts?

                I tried bending up a piece of cut tin to use Makita batteries on my Aldi angle grinder. It works, but it sometimes cuts out, so can't be a great contact.

                • @tunzafun001: I have used both copper and tin. Both have worked great for me. Apparently lead is better. Maybe the issue isn't the material but the actual contact patch? The battery side usually has spring loaded or zig zag tabs which push into the tool side tabs to make sure there is always positive contact. I use zig zag shaped tabs for the battery side of my adapters.

    • +2

      will keep Rockwell i guess as per comments.

      • if the order gets filled =(

        • +1

          Got call from store that order is ready for pickup. Will go tomorrow

    • -1

      Ozito looks crap and quality is just as bad. I don’t want to look bad holding this

      • +2

        Look crap maybe, but the quality is amazing. The crew who installed my solar system and battery used Ozito SDS drills and impact drivers. The SDS looked old as, was apparently early 2000 vintage with constant trade work. So I went out and bought one and smashed up a concrete slab and did a bathroom reno. I'm a Hilti man, so it feels like a toy in comparison, but just keeps going and 1/100th the Hilti cost. My old man uses Milwaukee, and was also impressed with Ozito Brushless SDS. Now also have their brushless chainsaw (beast), hedge trimmer and a little whipper snipper that defies physics with range power and light weight.

        As for this drill in particular, I'd avoid as it only has a 10mm chuck. For $5 more you can get 13mm chuck versions. No brainer.

    • I'd keep the Rockwell. 2x batteries is nice, but an actual chuck makes a big difference.

    • Can we still get the Rockwell?

      • Apparently not…

    • Just picked up the Rockwell one, so far so good. The batteries are interchangeable with Worx.

  • +2

    this is the normal price for ozito drill

    • With battery and charger? I was looking today at the Ozito reciprocating saw, will this battery be enough to drive it for 10 minutes or so?

      • +1

        Get a 3Ah or more battery if you can. Not only does it last longer, but it has a higher peak output. I got a free 5Ah battery from Milwaukee from this (as the box advertised a torque figure that could not be achieved with the 1.5ah battery supplied). Consumer affairs found in my favour. But if you arent fussed, then yes the 1.5ah will do 10mins, but with a little less 'guts'.

      • +1

        yes, was normally $45 up to aug 2021, now $49 https://pricehipster.com/product/hgXkYYnSYcc6jkK7w3swQw~HJ1K...

  • Would be nice it this is 13mm.

  • +1

    no included bluetooth speaker. smh

  • any deals on the Ozito cordless grinder?

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