Makita DHP481Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Brushless Combi Drill - Batteries and Charger Not Included

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Makita DHP481Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Brushless Combi Drill - Batteries and Charger Not Included

Makita DHP481Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Brushless Combi Drill - Batteries and Charger Not Included

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High performance: This 18v hammer drill has different diameters for different materials. Drilling diameter in steel: 13mm; drilling diameter in wood: 76mm; drilling diameter in masonry: 16mm. This combi drill performs brilliantly with a number of materials perfect for a multifaceted job. All metal gear construction – allow for smoothly transfer of power in high load applications. While the highly durable materials ensure this tool has unmatched durability, and will continue to perform in years to come.

Speed Mechanical Gearing – high speed mode produces 2,100rpm for rapid drilling speed while low speed produces high levels of torque to suit high load operation. Ribbed soft grip enables all finger tips to hold the handle securely against the strong rotational force of counter torque even in single handed operation If you’re concerned about sound, this device produces 84 dB(A) at sound pressure level and 94 dB(A) at sound power level. The noise k factor is 3dB(A). All of which is a slight improvement versus its predecessor. Torque setting ring - wider torque range of 1-10Nm in clutch mode allows for versatile applications

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Something else we love about the new model is the fact that it features XPT technology. XPT is a protective seal featured inside the drill, making it more resistant to dust and water and protecting the critical components inside. Because of this, people can use the drill outdoors or in harsh environments.

Compact Design – for improved handling and control the overall length has been reduced by 27mm vs. the previous model LED Joblight – high brightness twin LED joblight with pre-glow and after glow functions. Illuminating the working area for greater visibility during application is it a serious improvement over the 458 with it being brushless and the power output being bumped up from 88 to 115nm, or it's more or less the same stuff just a tiny bit better? what other differences , pros&cons there are?

Makita DHP481Z 18v LXT Brushless Combi Drill Body Only

Drilling Modes – screwdriving mode (rotation with clutch) for achieving an even consistent finish when fastening screws. Drilling mode (rotation only) achieving 130Nm max. torque. Hammer Drilling mode rotation with hammering) on the for drilling in masonry up to a maximum 16mm hole diameter.

Another reason users will love this new model is that it’s approximately 14% smaller than the DHP481. Measuring just 178 x 81 x 248mm, it’s more likely to fit into compact spaces, thanks to the optimised gear assembly design. Impacts Per Minute and No-Load SpeedThe metal gearbox on this Makita brushless combi drill provides greater runtime and higher efficiency Durable build: The efficient brushless motor means a longer tool life and longer-lasting battery charge. Thanks to Makita's Extreme Protection Technology (XPT), this resists dust and drips helping it to endure the test of time. Ergonomic design: This hammer drill has the best possible ergonomic handle for drill-driver applications. Despite the impressive 115Nm of torque, the vibration K factor is just 1.5m/sec², this makes it much easier to use for long lengths of time without any hand pain.

My gearbox for dhp458 is slowly going/acting up and I know the drill won't really last for long, but that's ok as I have used&abused that drill and used it as mixer almost every other day and it has given me a good service for 4years. The LED light still remains in its original place – above the trigger, with twin LED’s as well as a handy after-glow function. The separate mode select collar has been eliminated to achieve a shorter length. While some people do prefer different mode select collars, the trend seems to be to remove this for the sake of a shorter drill. I'm slowly looking for replacement and would like to go brushless as my other makita tools are, however there's nothing really new from Makita range , only the DHP481z which is like 3years old and is their top of the line drill currently.

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Brushless BLDC motor specially designed to provide, above all, more work amount on a single full battery charge Specifications such as Impacts Per Minute and No-Load Speed remain equal to those of the DHP481, with a max of 31,500 ipm and a No Load max speed of 2,100 rpm. Some users don’t appreciate an RPM over 2,000, as when using larger drill bits, the drill struggles. With a max RPM of 2,100 on the highest setting, the option of a lower gear and thus a lower RPM of up to 550 rotations per minute is welcome. Users have regularly favoured higher RPMs over the years, possibly for no other reason than that they look good on paper!



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