Hitachi FDV16VB2 5 Amp 5/8-Inch Hammer Drill

August 19, 2013 - Comment

Hitachi FDV16VB2 5-Amp Hammer Drill with Side Handle, Depth Stopper, Chuck Key and CaseThis 1/2-inch chuck hammer drill is designed for drilling holes in brick, cement block, concrete, wood, metal, and resin plate. With additional accessories it can also be used to grind, sand, and polish wood and metal, or to tighten or remove screws.

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Hitachi FDV16VB2 5-Amp Hammer Drill with Side Handle, Depth Stopper, Chuck Key and CaseThis 1/2-inch chuck hammer drill is designed for drilling holes in brick, cement block, concrete, wood, metal, and resin plate. With additional accessories it can also be used to grind, sand, and polish wood and metal, or to tighten or remove screws. It’s powered by a 5 amp motor and has trigger-controlled variable speed from 0 to 2,900 rpm, as well as a variable speed dial to set a speed range. The trigger can be locked on to reduce finger fatigue, and the tool can be operated in hammer drill or drill only modes depending on your application. This hammer drill can drill up to 5/8-inch holes in masonry, 1/2-inch holes in steel, or up to 1-inch holes in wood. The FDV16VB2 is constructed with ball and needle bearings for durability, has a keyed chuck for easy bit changes, and comes with a carrying case.

Product Features

  • 5/8-inch hammer drill that offers impact drill or drill-only modes at the push of a button
  • Low noise cooling air-flow design so it won’t overheat
  • Contains ball and needle bearings for ultimate durability; double insulated for safety and endurance
  • Industrial grade keyed chuck; trigger-controlled variable speed from 0-2900 rpm
  • Tool weighs just 3.5 pounds; 11-5/16 inches long

Comments

K. Sartain says:

Use it correctly and it works fine If you read the other reviews about this drill you’ll see complaints about burning out, etc. This is not a heavy duty contractor type tool. It is great for heavy duty homeowner use where the duty cycle is fairly short. It is specifically NOT for mixing drywall mud or thinset. This is hard on any drill not designed for this task. It is NOT for drilling holes in concrete where you have to do this continually over a sustained period of time for over a half hour. One guy said he burned out a 5/16″…

Nereus Drego says:

Good light duty drill for the jobs around the house Since I have a lot of little jobs around the house this easy to handle light and durable piece of machinery is just the thing I need. The first instinct is to buy a powerful tool but this being a second drill I decided some thing light and easy to use is just what I really need. The drill is quite powerful for its size/weight and its variable speed can be used for driving. The drill would warrant a 5 star rating if it wasn’t for the variable speed trigger, which is not as smooth when trying to…

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