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Performance Power 450W 240V Corded Hammer drill PHD450C
- Comes with Plastic depth stop, chuck key, auxiliary handle and instruction manual
Features and benefits
Impact drill for drilling in masonry, wood and steel.
- Variable speed allows the speed to be adjusted to suit different applications
- Soft grip handle for comfortable extended use
- Lock-on button facilitates easy continuous operation
- The tool comes supplied with a depth gauge for increased accuracy, as well as an auxiliary handle for extra control
|Cooling method||Fan cooled|
|Depth adjustment||Adjustable depth gauge|
|Grip type||Soft grip|
|Maximum chuck capacity||13mm|
|Maximum drilling capacity (concrete)||13mm|
|Maximum drilling capacity (steel)||10mm|
|Maximum drilling capacity (wood)||25mm|
|No load speed||3000rpm|
|Rotation direction||Forward & reverse|
|Speed control||Fixed speed|
|Switch type||Lock on trigger switch|
Burns out pretty fast.
The Haus Files - 2 months ago
Using a 64mm hole drill bit through 18mm ply. 7 holes in, constantly smoking and eventually burnt out . Taking back to get a more expensive model.
Great product for little price
Goldberg - 3 months ago
I wanted a powerfull drill and this one is an excellent one for DYI, does the job on bricks.
Amazing tool for value!
Adham - 4 months ago
I bought this today, went for the cheapest drill because I'm an absolute beginner and thought I'll either damage it or give up on the job so wanted to minimise the loss. But to my surprise this drill is such heavy duty I managed to build my new decking using it
My advice: for drilling concrete and bricks you have to use decent masonry bits, keep an eye out for any sparks inside the drill they mean you are overdoing it or the bit is worn/not suitable.
For hard wood, first drill the wood a size smaller than the screw then drive the screw in. Otherwise either the bit or the screw head will be worn in no time. I know there are impact-resistant drill bits which are suitable for driving nails straight into wood and that'd be far quicker than drilling first.
Good for the price
Trw89 - 5 months ago
Got this last month and it does the job and the price is cheap enough
Does what it says on the tin
toddy799 - 8 months ago
Very powerful little drill for the price! Went through my mantle like butter and also comes with a very handy measuring stick.