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Erbauer 1500W 240V Corded Brushed Drill ERH1500

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Product Details

Product Information

  • No load speed: 0-920 rpm
  • Blows per minute: 0-3700 bpm
  • Torque settings: 20
  • 6 speed gearbox
  • Weight (g) 8500 g; Cable length (m) 3 m
  • Comes with - 1pc steel depth stop, 1pc dust cover, 1pc anti-vibration auxiliary handle, 3pcs drill bits (8,10,12mm) & 2pcs chisels (Flat & Point)

Features and Benefits

Erbauer build the power tools you can trust to deliver expert results year after year, earning their place in your toolbox. Straightforward tools that work reassuringly hard to Get it Done.

  • 1500W motor produces 5J of impact energy for heavy duty work.
  • 4-in-1 multi-function ensures quick and easy mode change between rotary drill, rotary drill with hammer, hammer (chisel) and chisel rotation.
  • SDS plus chuck for tool-free, quick and easy changing of drill bits, with exceptional power transfer.
  • Lightweight magnesium gear box for easier handling during prolonged use.
  • Anti-vibration auxiliary handle reduces vibration, providing increased comfort and control.


Power output1500W
No load speed0-920 rpm
Blows per minute0-3700 bpm
Impact energy5J
Torque settings20
Max masonry drilling capacity32mm
Max metal drilling capacity13mm
Max wood drilling capacity40mm
Depth adjustmentAdjustable depth stop
Rotation directionForward
ClutchSafety clutch
Locking deviceVariable position chisel lock
Gearbox HousingMagnesium housing
Handle typeSoft grip
Extra support handleAdjustable front handle
Switch typeTrigger switch
Cooling typeFan
Vibration controlVibration dampener
Product code3663602794875


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Beast of a drill

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jimothyjames - 1 month ago

Bought this drill specifically to put up a blind under a concrete lintel, and my cordless hammer drill just wasn't having any impact. Got this.
It is a BEAST. It's big, and pretty hefty. A heavy metal SDS drill. Should be sold with a Rammstein soundtrack.
Admittedly this is a bit too much drill just for whacking a few 8mm holes in a window lintel, and as such lacks a bit of finesse for what I wanted, but since then has been very useful for chiseling concrete and drilling through walls.
If it was slightly more easy to control for smaller stuff it would be an easy 5 star.