Drills

With an overall length of just 198mm, the lightweight drill. Sold without a battery or charger in a cardboard case. A drill with 21 torque settings. The characteristics are two mechanical gears, electronic brake control, forward / back, and variable speed trigger. Elevated grips of convenience. Driven Afterglow Work Light. A drill with a brushless engine has many benefits. Through heat and friction, the Brushless motors do not waste as much energy, allowing more power to be applied to the task at hand, but also considerably longer battery operations per charge. For more powerful power transmission, all metal gears

They are highly effective in drilling into hard surfaces like concrete, stone, mortar, and brick. These drills have a standard forward feature, just like a traditional drill. But to help simplify certain work, they also have a forward hammering motion. With new lightweight 18V LXT appliances, Makita has constructed a new cordless class. The Brushless Rotary Hammer is ideal for working in tight spaces and in overhead conditions. Forward rotation/reverse. A brake electronics. The Makita XPT method, which prevents water and dust from entering when used in harsh environments, is also used in drills. When drilling into hard surfaces such as concrete, stone, mortar, and brick, they are highly effective. The new battery protection system from Makita offers over-discharge, temperature and circuit protection for improved performance, battery cycle life and overall the battery life.

Compact head height – The compact head height from the top of the head to the bottom of the chuck is just 84 mm, as well as a compact core length where the center of the chuck is only 23.5 mm from the end of the drill.  The Brushless Rotary Hammer is ideal for working in the tight spaces and in overhead conditions. Forward rotation/reverse. A brake electronics.

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