The Dewalt DEWD25013K SDS Plus Combi Hammer Drill 230 Volt really does cover all the bases. With its ability to be used as a screwdriver and both a normal drill and hammer drill this drill really is an invaluable tool in your arsenal whether you are a trade professional or a DIY entheusiast.
With it's ability to drill a range of hole sizes from 22mm down to 4mm in a variety of materials such as wood, steel, plastic, concrete and masonry it really does have all the bases covered plus it also comes with a rotation stop feature that allows chiseling into concrete and masonry albeit only lightly.
Along with the above, the features keep on coming with a variable speed switch for increased control over your drilling or screwing and the light weight nature of the drill with it's soft–grip handle and low vibration this drill is very easy use and live with.
The drill also features a forward and reverse switch and a mechanical clutch to prevent any torque reaction in the event the drill bit jams in the wall.
- 650 watt 230 volt
- SDS Plus tool bit holder
- 2.3kg in weight
- Multi position side handle
- Dept gauge
- Heavy duty carry case
- Mechanical clutch
- Rotation stop feature for light chiseling
- Soft–grip handle
- Low vibration
- Forward and reverse gears
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