This 3-function SDS+ hammer drill, with a compact design, provides powerful drilling and chiselling in one machine and, being cordless, gives freedom to the user. With a choice of rotary hammer, hammer only and rotary only, you have everything required for fixing and installation operations. With 2 Joules of impact energy (drilling 20mm in concrete, 26mm in timber and 13mm in steel), this tool has up to 4,000 impacts per minute available and a no-load maximum speed of 0-1100 rpm. A torque limiter is incorporated that instantly disengages the drive should the bit snag, this protects both the drill and the operator. A modern ergonomic design, with anti-vibration side handle and rubberised handgrip surface, provides both positive control, comfortable operation and reduces vibration risk for the operator. Supplied as body only and is part of the Makita 18V family.
Please note: model number starting with letter 'D' has a 'star' imprint on the connector plate enabling full communication with a Makita battery also with a 'star'.
|Batteries Included||Body Only Tool|
|Battery Voltage||18 V|
|Corded or Cordless||Cordless|
|Hammer Only||Standard Feature|
|Impact Energy||2.0 joules|
|Impact Rate||0 - 4,000 /min|
|Max Drilling Concrete||20 mm|
|Max Drilling Steel||13 mm|
|Max Drilling Wood||26 mm|
|Nett Weight||3.5 kg|
|Rotation Only||Standard Feature|
|Speed||0 - 1,100 rpm|
|Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K]||98 dB(A) [3.0 dB]|
|Sound Pressure Level [Uncertainty K]||87 dB(A) [3.0 dB]|
|Vibration: Chiselling [Uncertainty K]||11.0 m/s² [1.5 m/s²]|
|Vibration: Drilling Concrete [Uncertainty K]||14.5 m/s² [1.5 m/s²]|
|Vibration: Drilling Metal [Uncertainty K]||3.0 m/s² [1.5 m/s²]|
25 June 2016
Makita DHR202z Cordless SDS +Drill 18vThe drill arrived the next day (well done amazon) packaged just right as most items are from Amazon. I grabbed a battery and fired up the drill but something didn't feel right, sort of out of balance. I tried it with a 6" sds drill and noticed a fair amount of wobble from the chuck and far more so from drill bit end. I tried a longer bit of the type that go through the outer brick shell and then through the inner block shell when fitting aerial cables etc. The end of the tip was unfortunately oscillating a good 20mm so obviously I'd got an out of line chuck problem so had to return the drill. Which was a shame because the write ups looked really good. I received my refund very quickly from Amazon so no problems there and will order another and fingers crossed the next one will be OK. I don't think I'm the first here to receive an out of line/wobbly chuck on one of these drills. I do hope these were not sub standard drills re marketed for the web.