High performance angle drill

Published:  13 November, 2018

MAKITA reports it has launched its first cordless twin 18V LXT Brushless Angle Drill featuring all the power and performance of a mains machine whilst benefiting from the freedom and manoeuvrability that only a battery powered tool can provide. The DDA460ZK is powered by two Makita 18V LXT Lithium-Ion batteries giving 36V power from the Brushless motor which not only extends runtime but substantially increases power.

The company says this new angle drill has a no-load speed of up to 1400rpm in Hi mode and 350rpm in Lo with variable speed control by trigger action and an auger bit of maximum 50mm diameter will make light work of drilling holes in oak beams, even through the toughest knots.

W: www.makitauk.com

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