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Makita 710W 240V Corded Keyless chuck Brushed Hammer drill HP1631K
- No load speed: 0-3200 rpm
- Blows per minute: 0-48000 bpm
- 2 speed variable speed gearbox
- Weight (g) 2000 g
- Comes with - Side handle & carry case
Features and Benefits
- Includes a side handle and carry case
- Comfortable rubber grip
|No load speed||0-3200 rpm|
|Blows per minute||0-48000 bpm|
|Max masonry drilling capacity||16 mm|
|Max metal drilling capacity||13 mm|
|Max wood drilling capacity||30 mm|
|Rotation direction||Forward & reverse|
|Gearbox Housing||Aluminium gearbox housing|
|Handle type||Rubber grip area|
|Extra support handle||Side handle|
|Switch type||Lock on switch|
|Cooling type||Fan cooled motor|
Hillsdekn - 2 years ago
Very happy with my drill suits all my needs for this product.
Good drill - useless chuck
StillNotHappy - 2 years ago
I bought this 20 months ago and it has had a little use. The chuck doesn't tighten easily, but worse it sometimes will not undo. This means resorting to having to gently tap the jaws to hopefully release the bite. The Makita cordless drills have a very much better chuck, so don't buy this!!!
Good domestic/light use percussion drill
Bones866 - 3 years ago
This was the cheapest price out of large retailers, a good quality drill as you would expect from Makita, reasonably light wait and a lot quieter than my 18 year old Bosch. Comes with a good carry case with plenty of storage for bits/plugs/screws etc. Would recommend.
Leave Well Alone
Billow - 4 years ago
Bought this drill a month ago after my Dewalt packed in after many years of great service, got to say this is the worst drill I have ever used emailed Makita customer service no reply, great, not sure it can go back to BQ after being used. The chuck is absolute rubbish does not matter how tight you do it up comes loose after a few seconds forever re-tightening. Small drill bits disappears in the chuck. Advice do not waste your money.