Makita Combi Drill- Why you need one of them in your pack!

Makita DHP453Z 18V LXT Cordless 2 Speed Combi Drill Driver Body Only. This model is a cost-competitive 18V cordless hammer driver with 1.5Ah, 3.0Ah, or 4.0Ah Li-ion batteries. Have a single sleeve keyless chuck and a lightweight build for easy installation, for fast handling. It also has a long-life all-metal gearbox and a soft-grip handle designed to maximize right-to-bit thrust. In turn, that’s due to the brushless motor that helps keep the device going as efficiently as possible, lasting ages on a charged LXT battery.

What makes a Combi Drill special from a Drill Driver?

It is an important question to answer since it can be easy to get confused between the two different types. A drill driver drives holes in hard or softwood, leather, laminates, etc. A combi-drill will conduct all of these tasks, but will also drill into masonry, concrete, and steel. These will often be fitted with two velocities and various torque levels, although the torque will not be as high as that found on either a combi drill. As you’re going to use it for more rugged applications, you’re going to want to choose a very well made combi drill with a metal gunmetal gearbox.

If you need to drill into masonry or steel, a combi-drill is required.

The reason a combi-drill can drill into masonry and steel is because of the hammer feature that the chuck engine provides. The chuck spins then impact – or a hammering motion – ram the bit back and forth to “punch” into the drilled material at very high speeds.

What are the benefits of the Makita DHP453Z Cordless Tool?

As all users are searching for their power tool’s cordless, lightweight, and intense runtime. But this needs to be balanced by protecting the engine and batteries from enduring damage.  The MAKDHP453Z is an 18v inlet cordless combi drill powered by 18v Li-ion batteries from Makita. Features include 2 mechanical gears, electronic brake control, forward/reverse rotation and variable speed trigger.

  • Lithium-ion batteries have greater life spans than their Ni-MH or Ni-Cad counterparts giving 430% greater run time.
  • Lithium-ion’s 40% weight saving means 18-volt power can be obtained by a battery that weighs the same as a 12-volt Ni-MH battery.
  • Conveniently located push button for forward and reverse.
  • High comfort grips.
  • Two-speed gearbox.
  • Metal gears.