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Makita 18V LXT Li-Ion Cordless 1/2″ Hammer Drill-Driver bhp452z

January 14, 2013

Big Possibilities for a Small Tool

Makita bhp452z 18V LXT Li-Ion Cordless 1/2" Hammer Drill-Driver (Bare Tool)

The Makita 18V LXT Li-Ion (BARE TOOL) Cordless 1/2″ Hammer Drill-Driver  bhp452z has big possibilities for a such a small tool. While working on mason or concrete, one will find this tool can hold its own, even next to the traditional bulky corded versions. This 1/2″ hammer drill-driver has a special Makita-built 4-pole maximum torque motor, which turns out 450 inches per pound of hard hitting and efficient torque. It is engineered with a quick 2-speed all metal transmission, 0-400/0-1,500 RPM. In addition, Makita has designed the BHP452Z to cover a tremendous range of drilling, driving and hammer applications including pilot holes, concrete, mason, drywall installation, and even screwing in screws to steel and heavy furniture. You can’t find a project this hammer drill-driver is not up to par for.

A Light Design In a Compact Unit

Makita gave their 1/2″ bare tool hammer drill-driver a makeover by supplying this product with a much needed update, ultimately modernizing the compact design of this unit. At 8-3/4″ long and weighing only 4.2 pounds, the new design now compliments the operator better. With the design change comes three notable re-designed benefits. The first benefit relates to the smaller size, it cuts down on operator fatigue from long periods of use. Secondly, the revamped compact ergonomic shape fits your hands grip like a comfortable glove, plus the addition of a soft grip handle provides all day hand comfort. Third, is the designed emphasis of this tool’s balance, which breeds a cleaner distribution of even pressure. It is also worth mentioning that the 18v 1/2″ Hammer Drill Driver is built with a trigger-forward built-in L.E.D. light which illuminates your work area and the unit also carries a three year Makita warranty.

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