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Black & Decker 500W 240V Hammer drill BEH200-GB
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Black & Decker 500W 240V Hammer drill BEH200-GB

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Product information

The lightweight 500W Corded Hammer drill is a must have for your toolbox. Reach into awkward and tight spaces with this compact drill. The high-performance hammer action with 0-32,300BPM makes light work of masonry and concrete. With a variable speed motor, for a controlled and accurate start up. The adjustable side handle gives you the ability to feel comfortable whilst completing your task.

  • Guarantee - 2 years

Features and benefits

  • Spindle lock for easy bit change and maximum accessory grip
  • Secondary handle to provide additional control
  • Hammer action suitable for drilling into masonry
  • Lock on button for greater comfort
  • Compact and lightweight design for ease of use

Specifications

BrandBlack & Decker
Rotation directionForward & reverse
Vibration controlAnti-vibration system
ClutchMechanical safety clutch
Locking deviceAutomatic spindle lock
Extra support handleExtra support handle
Cooling typeFan cooled motor
Gearbox HousingMetal
Brush typeCarbon brushes
Switch typeLock on/off switch
ModelBEH200-GB
Colour descriptionOrange & black
Weight (kg)1.91kg
Cable length (m)2m
Product code5054905238919

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Dontlikethisdrill - 9 days ago

Initial thoughts when opening seemed OK. Good enough to do a few outstanding jobs around the house and hopes weren't too high given the price point.
Sadly, this drill isn't worth a penny. Seriously.
The keyless chuck just wasn't up to the job. In the hammer setting, every 10 seconds or so, the drill bit would come loose and you'd have to retighten it. Yes, it really was every 10 seconds. I thought maybe my grip wasn't strong enough so asked a friend to see if they had more luck, and exactly the same problem.
It made a simple job of drilling 6 holes in brickwork turn into a 2 hour long affair.