Makita HP2050 3/4 Inch Hammer Drill

January 6, 2014 - Comment

Powerful 6.6 AMP motor for the most demanding applications Product Features Powerful 6.6 AMP motor for the most demanding applications 2-mode operation for “Rotation Only” or “Hammering with Rotation” for multiple applications Variable 2-speed (0-1,200 & 0-2,900 RPM) with variable speed control dial Torque limiting clutch engineered to reduce gear damage by automatically disengaging gears

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Powerful 6.6 AMP motor for the most demanding applications

Product Features

  • Powerful 6.6 AMP motor for the most demanding applications
  • 2-mode operation for “Rotation Only” or “Hammering with Rotation” for multiple applications
  • Variable 2-speed (0-1,200 & 0-2,900 RPM) with variable speed control dial
  • Torque limiting clutch engineered to reduce gear damage by automatically disengaging gears if bit binds
  • Air vent holes supply required ventilation while protecting motor from dust and debris
  • All-ball bearing construction for longer tool life
  • Chuck Key (763430-3)
  • Depth Gauge (324219-0)
  • Designed for low noise and reduced vibration
  • Ergonomic rubberized grip for increased comfort on the job
  • HP1640
  • HP1641K
  • HP2010N
  • HP2070F
  • Large trigger switch and 360° swivel side handle for added comfort
  • Lightweight (5.6 lbs.) for reduced operator fatigue
  • Positive stop mode selector prevents accidental mode disengagement
  • Recessed lock-on button for continuous use
  • Side Handle (153503-4)
  • Tool Case

Comments

Craig brekken says:

good drill This is a nice drill. My only problem was with size of the chuck. That’s probably me not knowing how they size them.the ad said 3/4″ chuck and i thought you could put a 3/4″ drill bit instead of a 1/2″.

snoboardrj "snoboardrj" says:

Great Drill, bad chuck The drill is a workhorse. I drilled into concrete with this thing for hours at a time and it never flinched.I do have the problem with the chuck that others have mentioned. The chuck is in fact too small and thus wears out and eventually slips. At first you’ll be fine with the chuck, but as it wears there will be problems with it slipping.With a better chuck, this thing is 5 stars all the way for the price. Seems like an easy thing for Makita to fix (not sure why…

peachpotter47 says:

Powerful tool I bought this hammer action drill for my husband. He immediately used it todrill holes in a concrete floor to anchor a new air compressor. It worked great!

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