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Mac Allister 600W 240V Corded Brushed Drill MSRH600

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Product Details

Product Information

  • No load speed: 0-2200 rpm
  • Blows per minute: 0-5500 bpm
  • 3 speed gearbox
  • Weight (g) 4600 g; Cable length (m) 2.5 m
  • Comes with - 1pc plastic depth stop, 1pc auxiliary handle & 3pc drill bits

Features and Benefits

Mac Allister SDS Plus drill is a hard-working, efficient tool in a compact, lightweight body. It’s versatile, with hammer, drill and chisel modes to tackle masonry, softer surfaces and light demolition tasks.

  • With a 600W motor that produces 1.6J of impact energy, it’s powerful too, and can drive holes through masonry, wood and steel.
  • The tool also comes complete with a depth stop so you can work with precision.
  • This 3 in 1 rotary hammer drill is equipped with rotary drill suitable for wood or metal, rotary drill with hammer for drilling in concrete and hammer for chiselling in concrete.
  • Offers two speeds for optional drilling performance in wood, metal and masonry.
  • SDS+ chuck for quick and easy, tool-free drill bit changing and exceptional power transfer for drilling masonry.

Technical Specifications

Power output600W
No load speed0-2200 rpm
Blows per minute0-5500 bpm
Impact energy1.6J
Max masonry drilling capacity20mm
Max metal drilling capacity13mm
Max wood drilling capacity35mm
Depth adjustmentAdjustable depth gauge
Rotation directionForward & reverse
Chuck size13mm
ClutchSafety clutch
Locking deviceNo chisel position lock
Gearbox HousingPlastic
Handle typeSoft grip
Extra support handleRemoveable front handle
Switch typeVariable trigger switch
Cooling typeFan
Product code3663602784319


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Cyndy T - 14 days ago

I bought this for my husband in June for Fathers Day and it works great until you try to hammer drill into brick. The drill bit gets stuck in the drill itself and you need to use WD40 to loosen it and then a pliers to pull the bit out