Makita DS4011 1/2-Inch Drill

March 8, 2014 - Comment

Powerful 8.5 AMP motor engineered for improved drilling and mixing performance Product Features Rubberized grip for increased operator comfort All ball bearing construction for smooth operation and longer tool life Heavy industrial 1/2 inch chuck engineered for positive bit retention Rocker switch for quick transition between forward and reverse operation on board chuck key holder

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Powerful 8.5 AMP motor engineered for improved drilling and mixing performance

Product Features

  • Rubberized grip for increased operator comfort
  • All ball bearing construction for smooth operation and longer tool life
  • Heavy industrial 1/2 inch chuck engineered for positive bit retention
  • Rocker switch for quick transition between forward and reverse operation
  • on board chuck key holder
  • 600 RPM provides increased speed and torque for drilling large holes
  • 6407
  • 6408
  • All-ball bearing construction for smooth operation and longer tool life
  • Chuck Key (763420-6)
  • D-handle rotates 360° with 24 positive stops for multi-position operation
  • DA3010F
  • DA4000LR
  • DA4031
  • DA6301
  • DP4000
  • DP4002
  • DS4000
  • Double insulated
  • Drill Chuck (193229-6)
  • Heavy duty industrial 1/2″ drill chuck engineered for positive bit retention
  • On-board chuck key storage for fast and convenient bit changes
  • Powerful 8.5 AMP motor engineered for improved drilling and mixing performance
  • Side Handle (152492-0)
  • Well-balanced design at only 6.3 lbs. for reduced operator fatigue

Comments

M. Conger "DIY Mark" says:

Nice drill but needs variable speed I purchased this drill from HD after returning the Dewalt 130 because it was so loud (annoying high pitched gear whine). I’ve been mixing mortar for a tile job and my regular corded makita ran too fast to control (2800 rpm)even though it was variable speed. And it was laboring…getting nice and hot. So I recognized that it was time to buy a good heavy duty drill that could run at low speed and with enough torque to pull the mixer. This drill is powerful and much quieter than the Dewalt that I…

A. Pena says:

great to mix lots of torque 0

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