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Mac Allister Cordless 18V 1.5Ah Lithium-ion Combi drill 2 batteries MSHD18S-2-Li
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- Comes with - 2x 1.5Ah li-ion battery, 1x 1hr quick charger, and instruction manual
- No load speed: 0-420 / 0-1600 rpm
- Torque settings: 21+1+1
- 2 drill functions; Drill, hammer drill & driver
- 2 speed variable speed gearbox
Features and benefits
- Uses a lithium battery for longer full-power running time, ensuring fade free battery power until recharging is required
- This 3 in 1 multi-function product can be used as a cordless hammer, drill and screwdriver
- Two speeds for optional drilling performance in wood, metal and masonry
- Built-in LED work light improves visibility in poor light condition
|Number of batteries||2 batteries|
|Battery charger||Battery charger included|
|Charge time||1 hour|
|No load speed||0-420 / 0-1600 rpm|
|Blows per minute||0-7200/0-25,600 bpm|
|Max masonry drilling capacity||13mm|
|Max metal drilling capacity||10mm|
|Max wood drilling capacity||30mm|
|Rotation direction||Forward & reverse|
|Locking device||Spindle lock|
|Gearbox Housing||Metal & plastic gearbox|
Tonny1984 - 23 days ago
I do not recommend a terrible screwdriver, I installed a few screws and it stopped working for free so that I would not want it
I'm stronger with a screw driver
CMMG - 1 month ago
Screwing and drilling thin tender wood is OK. Anything else is a challenge. It's quicker to use a screw driver. Thanks for the blisters!
Not good at moderate use.
SlackKnacky59 - 2 months ago
Moderate use over a week it overheated and burnt out, the clutch selection is awful too. Drill bits don’t get held securely and slacken fall out.
Don’t recommend for moderate users, hanging a picture one a year then it’s fine.
Otherwise steer clear.
Best drill I've owned
Martinruless - 6 months ago
Don't understand the bad reviews from people. Who buys a drill too be quiet?!? It's a drill. The drill has an excellent torque and hammer function. The batteries operate on run flat so you receive the same power all the time regardless of battery percentage. Then swap out and use 2nd battery. Honestly so glad I found this drill, as a DIYer has helped me to do many tasks from drilling through brick to installing interior walls and even a bathroom. Great product. Great price compared to other on the market especially with 2 batteries.
ChrisG1 - 8 months ago
I spent a long time deciding which drill to get as I use it a lot, and decided on this one mainly because the battery is interchangeable with some other Mac Allister products my family have. Unfortunately I quickly came to regret my decision. This drill is really noisy and the chuck does not grip the drill bits very well and they frequently become loose. These batteries do not have a charge check button as my other Mac Allister batteries, and some competitor drill batteries do. The design has no surfaces parallel to the drill bit that you can place a level on so it is very difficult to tell if are drilling a perpendicular hole. On the positives, battery life has been generally good and the hammer drill feature has been useful.