Makita 6408K 4.9 Amp 3/8-Inch Drill

December 2, 2013 - Comment

Powerful 4.9 AMP motor Product Features Powerful 4.9 AMP motor Keyless chuck for fast and easy bit installation and removal Large trigger switch for easy operation Variable speed (0 – 2,500 RPM) for drilling in a wide variety of materials Low decibel rating (79dB) for quieter operation 6407 6408 All-ball bearing construction for durability and

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Powerful 4.9 AMP motor

Product Features

  • Powerful 4.9 AMP motor
  • Keyless chuck for fast and easy bit installation and removal
  • Large trigger switch for easy operation
  • Variable speed (0 – 2,500 RPM) for drilling in a wide variety of materials
  • Low decibel rating (79dB) for quieter operation
  • 6407
  • 6408
  • All-ball bearing construction for durability and longer tool life
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  • In-line handle design for better control
  • Includes tool case for convenient storage of tool
  • Keyless Chuck (763132-1)
  • Large recessed lock-on button
  • Large trigger switch for comfortable operation
  • Reversing switch is conveniently located
  • Tool Case (824043-A)
  • Variable speed (0-2,500 RPM) for drilling in a wide variety of materials

Comments

Craig Sterrett says:

Self destructing Drill The motor is more powerfull than the gears. The first time a bit got hung up, the motor stripped out the gears. I expected a lot more from Makita, and have to say this was the last Makita purchase for me.

"warrensj" says:

Disappointed The gears on mine stripped when a spade bit jammed…sounded like nylon teeth skipping. This is not a rugged tool. The “keyless” chuck should also be called a “gripless” chuck.

Water Monkey "Marc B." says:

Good, comfortable drill I bought this drill about 6 years ago while in the middle of a flooring project. The cheap Craftsman 19.6V cordless I had was not driving the screws into the subfloor. At the time I could not afford a large Makita cordless (which I now have) and I figured getting a corded drill would allow me to not have to worry about running out of power. This little guy did the trick. It was comfortable and unlike other users I did not have any issue with stripping gears.For the most part I…

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