Makita DHP481Z 18V LXT Li-ion Cordless Brushless Combi Hammer Drill Bare Unit

Makita DHP481Z 18V LXT Li-ion Cordless Brushless Combi Hammer Drill Bare Unit
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Makita DHP481Z 18V LXT Li-ion Cordless Brushless Combi Hammer Drill Bare Unit
Makita DHP481Z 18V LXT Li-ion Cordless Brushless Combi Hammer Drill Bare Unit
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Description

If you regularly do a lot of drilling, it's worth investing in a tool that you can truly rely on: Makita's DHP481Z. This cordless, brushless combi hammer drill delivers an impressive 115Nm of torque, so it can easily go through wood, masonry, concrete and steel. It has 3 combi drill modes – regular drill, hammer drill and drill driver mode for fastening and unfastening – plus 21 adjustable torque settings + drill. For all its power, the DHP still manages a light weight of 2.7kg, even when fitted with a battery, and has a compact overall length of 205mm.

Features
  • Durable build: The efficient brushless motor means a longer tool life and longer-lasting battery charge. Thanks to Makita's Extreme Protection Technology (XPT), the DHP481Z resists dust and drips.
  • High performance: Drilling diameter in steel: 13mm; drilling diameter in wood: 76mm; drilling diameter in masonry: 16mm.
  • Versatile function: The Makita DHP481Z has 3 combi drill modes: regular drill, hammer drill, drill driver mode for fastening and unfastening, plus 21 adjustable torque settings + drill. The drill also has forward and reverse rotation so that you can embed screws and remove them.
  • Ergonomic design: This hammer drill has the best possible ergonomic handle for drill-driver applications. Desite the impressive 115Nm of torque, the vibration K factor is just 1.5m/sec².
  • Safety features: The twin LED job lights have afterglow function, so you can safely see your work during and after drilling. The belt clip means that you can stow your hammer drill when not in use.
Specification
Part No DHP481Z
Barcode 0088381670968
Voltage (V) 18 V
BRAND Makita
TORQUE (SOFT/HARD/MAX.) 60 Nm / 115 Nm / -
NO-LOAD SPEED (1ST GEAR / 2ND GEAR) 0 - 550 rpm / 0 - 2100 rpm
Chuck Capacity 1.5 - 13 mm
Battery Voltage 18 V
Torque Settings 21+ Drill
Type Hammer Drill
Power Source Battery
Speed 2100 rpm
WEIGHT 2.2200
MAX. DRILLING DIAMETER IN STEEL 13 mm
MAX. DRILLING DIAMETER IN WOOD 76 mm
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Latest Reviews
Geoffrey Wehner
Extremely powerful, and as always quality makita workmanship. For the price this punches above it weight and ticks all the boxes for all jobs. It's worth paying the extra £££ getting this instead of an entry level price model.
3 April
Rudolph Dibbert
Great service provided and delivered before expected date. Well packaged, with all documentation and accessories included.Does just what I was hoping for - powerful drill with plenty of torque.
8 December
R. Schiller
This is my only drill. I use it for general DIY. While Makita seem expensive, you can't find similar torque for less. Lower powered drills are available at a lower price and for many, as a DIY tool, they will be just fine. This is the model to buy if you want the most flexibility, if one day you will need to drill very large holes. Mine has performed flawlessly. Being brushless, battery life is excellent, it's quiet and it's powerful. Each time I use it I am impressed by how compact it is, how much torque it has and how well-built it feels. I can't think of another tool that feels as satisfying to use. You see why Makita has the reputation it has. It came with a side handle which is essential for the big stuff, a depth stop which is well made, two screwdriver bits in a holder, which are hugely useful and a belt clip, which isn't.Negatives? Well, the lights are great before you start drilling but once in position, the chuck casts a shadow (they should have been mounted at the base of the handle). It's heavy-ish. You notice the weight and especially working overhead where for small drill bits this will seem over-the-top (pardon the unintended pun). Low-speed control is not great. This drill is the most controllable I have used at low speeds but still not what you would like, though massively aided by the excellent gears. Finally, and this isn't so much a negative as something to keep in mind, if you get into a battle between this drill's massive torque and your wrist, the drill will win! So take care and use the side handle when needed.
19 November
Reviews 143
Geoffrey Wehner
Extremely powerful, and as always quality makita workmanship. For the price this punches above it weight and ticks all the boxes for all jobs. It's worth paying the extra £££ getting this instead of an entry level price model.
3 April
Rudolph Dibbert
Great service provided and delivered before expected date. Well packaged, with all documentation and accessories included.Does just what I was hoping for - powerful drill with plenty of torque.
8 December
R. Schiller
This is my only drill. I use it for general DIY. While Makita seem expensive, you can't find similar torque for less. Lower powered drills are available at a lower price and for many, as a DIY tool, they will be just fine. This is the model to buy if you want the most flexibility, if one day you will need to drill very large holes. Mine has performed flawlessly. Being brushless, battery life is excellent, it's quiet and it's powerful. Each time I use it I am impressed by how compact it is, how much torque it has and how well-built it feels. I can't think of another tool that feels as satisfying to use. You see why Makita has the reputation it has. It came with a side handle which is essential for the big stuff, a depth stop which is well made, two screwdriver bits in a holder, which are hugely useful and a belt clip, which isn't.Negatives? Well, the lights are great before you start drilling but once in position, the chuck casts a shadow (they should have been mounted at the base of the handle). It's heavy-ish. You notice the weight and especially working overhead where for small drill bits this will seem over-the-top (pardon the unintended pun). Low-speed control is not great. This drill is the most controllable I have used at low speeds but still not what you would like, though massively aided by the excellent gears. Finally, and this isn't so much a negative as something to keep in mind, if you get into a battle between this drill's massive torque and your wrist, the drill will win! So take care and use the side handle when needed.
19 November
Babbar H
A good combi drill but the one problem it possesses is a bit weightyPowerful enough for your jobs
1 November
Heather Lowe
Very strong bit off kit
21 October
Vicente Jakubowski
Lasting power great
7 October
Thomas Watt
Very powerful for it’s size, well balanced and versatile.
11 September
Refael isakov
Very powerful
5 September
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