|New Makita BHP452 18V 18 Volt Lithium Ion Hammer Drill Kit|
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|Makita BHP452 18V Li-Ion 1/2" Cordless Hammer Drill/Driver|
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|The Makita BHP425 combines the qualities of a driver-drill or a hammer driver-drill into one lightweight, powerful tool. Measuring 8.75-inches in length and weighing 4.2 lbs, this 0.5-inch Makita hammer drill is designed to provide maximum comfort while fitting this tool into hard-to-reach places. A tiny LED light is situated at the top of this 18-volt cordless hammer drill for precision drilling and loosening in dark or dimly lit areas. The Makita BHP425 is ideal for working on concrete, metal, or wooden surfaces as it features a 4-pole motor that can deliver 450 inch-pounds of Max Torque power. This cordless hammer drill has an all-metal transmission that provides two-speed setting: a low speed of 0-400 RPM and a high speed of 0-1,500 RPM. The Makita BHP425 operates by using an 18-volt Li-Ion battery. The Li-Ion battery used on this Makita hammer drill weighs 40 percent less than a standard battery and has a quick charge time of less than an hour.|
|Drill Speed||1500 RPM|
|Number of Speed Settings||2 Speeds|
|Chuck Size||0.51 in.|
|Steel Capacity||0.5 in.|
|Wood Capacity||1.5 in.|
|Additional Information||2-speed all metal transmission (0-400 / 0-1, 500 RPM) covers a wide range of drilling, driving and hammer applications, Makita LXT lithium-ion batteries charge in 30 minutes, and deliver 430% total lifetime work with 2.5x more cycles, Makita-built, 4-pole maximum torque motor delivers 450 In. pounds of efficient torque in a compact size, More compact design at only 8-3/4 In. long and weighs only 4.2 lbs. for reduced operator fatigue|
Average review score based on 42 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I've owned alot of cordless tools in my life, and have replaced them all. A while back Makita got lazy and lost my business to Bosch, however I used a lithium ion drill on a job, and was very impressed with it, so I bought one and am very impressed with it also. Power, quick charge, and even light in weight. I guess we'll see over the long haul but as of now it rocks.
Geoff in Colorado
As a professional electrician i use and have used all the name brands out there,
and this Makita beats them all. It has super torque and light weight and great battery life.I would highly recommend Makita 18 volt lithium to anyone who works
in the construction industry. This drill will make your work day a little easier.
Bought the drill to make some 1/2" holes in rock. Took about 6 battery charges to get an inch or so deep.
Finally gave up and bought a REAL hammer drill that did it in about 45 seconds.
The Makita is prob. OK for lighter work, say smaller holes in concrete, but for anything heavy, you'll need the real deal.
Essential tool for the proffesional. High power with light weight.
This tool is one of the best in the cordless drill tools.
This is a powerful light weight cordless drill. I have used the BHP452 while working in commercial plumbing; new houses, office buildings and remodels.I have also used this drill for deck building and basement remodels. I have used it all day long fastening screws in deck planks and plywood. I have used it all day long mixing concrete with a paddle. I have yet to be unhappy with it. Love this drill and the beefier models and never regret spending the money.
The contractor I work for has all Dewalt cordless tools. I find him grabbing my Makita drills more and more on the job-site. The Makita drills are powerful, lightweight and are tough. The light is a nice feature when you are working in dark spaces. The only thing I am not thrilled with on the BHP452 is the double dial ie, the number/speed change dial and the performance output dial, both right next to each other to where you can be rotating them at different directions. Other than that, a super nice drill. I do wish Makita would put a 3 speed back out there.