Makita 6407 3/8-Inch Variable Speed Reversible Drill

July 30, 2013 - Comment

This drill boasts a 4.9 Amp motor for excellent performance, coupled with double gear reduction for extra power. It features a low 79db decibel rating for quieter operation. Side Handle: No, Case Included: No, Variable Speed: Yes, Keyless Chuck: No, Amps: 4.9, Speed (RPM): 2,500, Chuck Size (in.): 3/8 Product Features Large trigger switch for

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This drill boasts a 4.9 Amp motor for excellent performance, coupled with double gear reduction for extra power. It features a low 79db decibel rating for quieter operation. Side Handle: No, Case Included: No, Variable Speed: Yes, Keyless Chuck: No, Amps: 4.9, Speed (RPM): 2,500, Chuck Size (in.): 3/8

Product Features

  • Large trigger switch for easy operation
  • Variable speed (0-2,500 RPM) for drilling in a wide variety of materials
  • In-line handle design for better control
  • Large recessed lock-on button
  • Reversing switch is conveniently located

Comments

tela says:

Still plugging along I am actually surprised to see this drill still being sold as new from Makita. I have had mine for 10 years and I bought it refurbished for $40.This drill has been used quite a bit. I use it when working on cars and have done a deck with it. The motor is very solid and has enough power for almost everything I’ve attempted.The reverse switch is in a very convenient location and makes one-handed use easier. The button is well-built and progressive and doesn’t have much wobble…

M. Calderwood says:

Grandpa, dad, and I own our original!!!!! My husbands grandpa, my dad, and us now all own this drill… and still have the origional one purchased all those years ago.I just bought mine but i used my dads growing up – and yes HE STILL HAS IT! And the grandpa…. Yup, his is in great condition too. This is why we purchased THIS DRILL!!!it is simple and basic enough for any housewife to use AND Powerful enough for any handy man or home repair/improvement you set your harts desire on.Not my first drill…

A. Stevenson "AWS Fabrication" says:

Works great. This is a standard in our Fabrication shop. Makitas are almost allays worth the money. And having the keyed chuck helps when drilling metal.

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