Sale! Makita XPH07Z 18V Lithium-Ion Brushless 1/2-inch Hammer Drill-Driver, Bare Tool

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  • Number of Items in Set: 1
  • Motor Type: Brushless
  • Power Source: Battery
  • Voltage: 18 V
  • MPN: XPH07Z
  • Speed: 2100 RPM
  • Battery Technology: Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
  • Type: Rotary Hammer Drill
  • Battery Included: No
  • Model: XPH07Z
  • Auxiliary Handle: Yes
  • Chuck Type: Keyless
  • Chuck Size: 1/2 in
  • UPC: 088381670975

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This is my second xph07 and the fifth one at the shop. Everyone here loves it, the drill is really high torque and will drill stuff that you're not supposed to on speed 2. Just don't forget to switch it to speed one when really working the drill because it will overheat. The thing is so powerful it will push right through anything on speed 2 even thought it's not good for it. Use it wisely and it's a powerhouse.
I own 6 Makita 18 volt drills and all of them have worked flawlessly for years, so I bought the XPH07Z specifically for the 1090 inch pound torque. When it arrived, the first thing I did was test the output torque. I used a new, calibrated, digital torque meter. The maximum I could get out was 420 inch pounds, and that was by letting the drill come up to speed and then stop it. The internal torque/current limiter tripped out well below the rated torque (38%). I measured the no rotation, starting stall torque at 250 to 300 inch pounds. Not sure how Makita could screw up so bad, but the XPH07Z tool is defective.
This drill is excellent. I could be a product tester. I'll break something if it's not a quality thing. I don't even try to break stuff I just do. Anyways makita in general is awesome. This tool is no exception. It's a freaking beast. Buy it it's awesome. I'm a professional tradesman I use it every day. It's my go to drill. It honestly surprises me sometimes as to the beating it takes and the ease at which it drill holes. I use it mainly to drill 1/2, 5/8, and 3/4 holes through wood. It can handle much larger bits. I've used 1 1/2 nail eatting bits with no problem. Masonry bits are good.

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