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Makita HP1631K/2 710W Percussion Drill 240V (46545)

The Makita HP1631K/2 percussion drill is suitable for a full range of applications. With 240V and a no load speed of up to 3200rpm, this Makita tool is powerful enough to drill through wood, steel, masonry, brick and block. It also weighs just 1.9kg and features a plush soft-grip handle, making it easy and comfortable to use. A carry case means that the tool is also easy to transport and there is also a side handle which allows for extra stability during use.

  • 710W
  • Variable Speed
  • 13mm Keyless Chuck
  • Lock-On Switch
  • Soft-Grip Handle
  • Soft-Grip Handle

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£89.99INC VAT

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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Great drill A very powerful little drill that will drill masonry no problem. We used it with a 16mm spade bit to drill through double 175mm wooden gate posts. 18 May 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Rubbish chuck design I used the drill for only 2 days before taking it back with a failed chuck. I was drilling 5mm pilot holes through 25mm battens. The instructions said to insert the drill bit all the way into the chuck, but my 5mm masonry bit showed less than 25mm of drill protruding. If I inserted the bit so that I could show enough of the bit to pass through the 25mm batten the chuck would not hold it firmly enough to keep it in place and after a couple of holes it was back to showing less than 25mm. Then I got onto the main 8mm holes for the plugs. This time I could insert the drill to the base of the chuck, but was unable to tighten the chuck enough to stop the bit slipping. Worse than that, when I tried to undo the chuck it had progressively tightened in use and had to resort to a pair of plumbing spanners to undo it. I will stress that I only tightened the chuck by hand. When undone the chuck had damaged the shaft of a new drill bit and the resulting 'burr' became locked into a hexagon recess at the base of the chuck and I had to resort to a vice and pair of pliers to remove the bit from the open teeth of the chuck. Fortunately I was able to take the drill back and get a refund, so please do not make the same mistake as I made. This chuck is badly designed. Makita really need to go back to the drawing board. 23 Feb 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Rubbish chuck. Don't bother. It looks good, feels good and when the chuck stays tight it performs very well. Problem is the clever hand tight chuck is rubbish. It slips and it jams. Made out of plastic it slips if its not tight. It distorts when you then undo it. Too clever, doesn't work, don't buy this one. 2 Feb 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by drill very good drill for price gos through brick and wood like a knife through butter 22 May 2015
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Specification
Brand Makita
Capacity Masonry 16 mm
Capacity Steel 13 mm
Capacity Wood 30 mm
Carry Case/Bag Included Yes
Chuck Capacity 13mm
Chuck Type Keyless Chuck
Corded or Cordless Corded
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
Model No HP1631K/2
No Load Speed 0-3200 rpm
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Power Output (Watts/Kw) 710 W
Power Voltage Supply 240 V
Product Type Percussion Drill
Switch Type Lock-On Switch
Total Product Weight 1.9 kg

Max. drilling capacity in masonry 16mm, wood 30mm, steel 13mm. No load speed 0-3200rpm. Weight 1.9kg. 110V version includes plug.

Product contents

HP1631K/2, carry case, side handle.

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Instruction Manual