|Item Weight||3.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.1 x 8.2 x 6.1 inches|
|Item model number||BHP452Z|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Warranty|
Makita BHP452Z 18-Volt LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless 1/2-Inch Hammer Driver-Drill (Tool Only, No Battery)
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- Makita-built 4-pole motor delivers 450 in.lbs. of Max Torque
- Variable 2-speed design (0-400 & 0-1,500 RPM) covers a wide range of drilling, driving and hammer applications
- Compact design at only 8-3/4"" long and weighs only 4.2 lbs. for reduced operator fatigue
- All metal gear construction provides increased durability
- Built-in L.E.D. light with afterglow illuminates the work area
- Ergonomic shape fits like a glove with even pressure and easy control
- Makita-built 4-pole motor delivers 450 in.lbs. of Max Torque, with a variable 2-speed all metal transmission (0-400 / 0-1,500 RPM) for a wide range of applications
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The BHP452Z features a Makita-built four-pole motor that delivers 450 in.lbs. of Max Torque in a compact size. The BHP452Z has a Shift-Lock drive system sleeve that quickly shifts from "hammer drill" to "driver" mode. The two-speed all-metal transmission delivers 0-400 RPM in low speed and 0-1,500 RPM in high, covering a wide range of drilling and driving applications.
Ergonomic Design in a Compact Size
The BHP452Z weighs just 4.2 pounds (with battery, sold separately) with a more compact design at only 8-3/4 inches long and an ergonomic shape that fits like a glove for reduced operator fatigue. The BHP452Z is also equipped with a built in L.E.D. light that illuminates the work area for more efficient work.
Versatile Design for a Range of Applications
The BHP452Z's percussive hammer and driver-drill capabilities are a perfect fit for the pro that wants more features. This tool is perfect for a range of applications requiring percussive hammer-drilling, include fastening medium sized anchors, drilling into masonry, and even setting small sized anchors into concrete. The BHP452Z will handle a full range of drilling and driving tasks into wood and other materials, and can be utilized in many different areas such as HVAC, woodworking, plumbing, electrical, and more. It's ideal for any pro contractor who requires a best-in-class engineered cordless hammer driver-drill. The BHP452Z is just another example of Makita's commitment to innovative technology and best in class engineering.
About Makita's 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Tool Series
As one of the pioneers driving the cordless tool revolution, Makita changed the game with its breakthrough 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Series. Three years after its debut, Makita's LXT Series has grown from seven to over 35 tools, providing a wide range of cordless solutions for professional tradesmen. Makita also added 18V Compact Lithium-Ion for cordless power in a more compact size. Makita's 18V Lithium-Ion batteries and ENERGY STAR rated Optimum Charging System provide several benefits over old battery technology. When compared to traditional 18V Ni-Cd batteries, Makita's 18V Lithium-Ion batteries have 40% less weight, longer run time, and five-times lower self-discharge to keep cells active and ready to use at any time.
Makita's 18V Lithium-Ion battery delivers 2,000 cycles--2.5X more than Ni-Cd. In addition, built-in shock absorbing features help protect the battery, and sixteen firm-holding contact terminals deliver constant high power. During the charging process, a built-in memory chip in the battery communicates with the Optimum Charger for a more efficient charge, extending the battery life. Makita's Optimum Charger is also faster: it will charge an 18V LXT Lithium-Ion battery in just 30 minutes, and an 18V Compact Lithium-Ion battery in only 15 minutes. Makita also offers a Rapid Automotive Charger for 18V LXT and 18V Compact Lithium-Ion batteries that plugs into 12V DC sockets equipped in most automobiles and trucks for added mobility. Makita's growing line of LXT cordless tool solutions features a wide range of industrial-quality power tools, including driver-drills, impact drivers, impact wrenches, saws, grinders, screwguns, rotary hammers, and more. The LXT Series also offers a jobsite radio, rechargeable flashlights, and several different combo kits.
Makita is a worldwide manufacturer of industrial quality power tools and offers a wide range of industrial accessories. Makita applies leading-edge innovation to engineer power tools that are more compact and energy efficient, yet deliver industrial strength power and results. Makita U.S.A., Inc. is located in La Mirada, California, and operates an extensive distribution network located throughout the U.S. For more information, please call 800/4-MAKITA (800/462-5482) or visit makitatools.com. Makita is Best in Class Engineering.
Every Makita Lithium-Ion tool is backed by Makita's 3-Year Warranty that covers repair due to defects in materials or workmanship up to three years from the date of original purchase. Makita Lithium-Ion batteries and chargers have a limited 1-year warranty. Please see makitatools.com for complete details.
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Makita BHP452Z 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless 1/2-Inch Hammer Driver-Drill (tool only).
Top Customer Reviews
Milwaukee has reliable stuff but the Cordless drills are way too big, heavy and clumsy. I had them early on and found the tools very clumsy and too heavy which If you have to use a tool all day long, which I do you start getting worn out. Even their impact is heavy. Like I said the stuff never breaks but makes your arm gets sore after using it for a while. The V18 is the best thing they have but they haven't updated all of their tools to the modern standards of today. When I was looking the only thing that was out was the V28 which was extremely heavy and expensive.
DeWalt has gone downhill I've seen more people change from DeWalt than from any other brand. My Dewalt drill's gears kept stripping out. so I go rid of my kit and that's hard to do since I had so many Dewalt tools. another thing is they don't have Lithium technology. They did but pulled it because of problems which I can see being very possible.
I did also try out Panasonic but it seemed more of a woodworkers drill than a construction drill so that stayed at my house. It was a good drill but not for the every day abuse that you give your drill on a construction site.
I bought the Makita LXT kit when it first came out and realized quickly that this brand is what I was looking for. It was a combination of lightweight, innovative and tough. I haven't had trouble with any of my Makita products except for my Charger which was screwing up my Batteries (which I took to the Makita service center and they replaced the charger and batteries with no problem.Read more ›
One feature I especially like is the ability to select whether you're screwing, drilling, or using the impact drill. This comes in really handy when you want to quickly switch from drilling a hole to putting a screw in it because the amount of torque is automatically adjusted when switching from drilling to screwing (less torque when screwing, to prevent stripping the hole). In addition to these selectors, you can also adjust the torque setting to make further adjustments. These are settings not often found on corded drills, and one of the main reasons I decided to get a cordless one.
Having used a corded drill for the past few years, another feature I really like is the electric brake. Most corded drills don't have an electric brake, so when you release the trigger, all that stops the drill is friction. In this case of this drill (and most other cordless drills), there is an electric brake, so the drill stops right away after releasing the trigger. This comes in really useful when putting in screws because it prevents over-tightening them.
Another notable feature is the LED for illuminating what you're doing. It works quite well most of the time, although due to its position it doesn't light up the whole area that you're drilling/screwing.
In terms of reliability, this drill seems quite good. I can't say much about other brands, but what I can say is that my dad has had the 14.4V version of this drill for over 5 years and it has held up quite well to the abuses of everyday work as a cabinet installer.
is made to be lighter with less fatigue and for that it has the power and battery life to handle any home job i've thrown at it. The collar on the chuck looks like a composite material versus the metal on the 454z. Manufactured in China.
The drill feel good in the hand. It is very comfortable, not too heavy and is one of the more compact hammer drills available. Balance is good making it easy to handle and position. The belt hook comes in real handy too. Only thing I wish it had is a leveling bubble on the back and top.
You won't go wrong if you buy this drill. I noticed the comments about the batteries in some of the other reviews. I have not had any such problems with any of my Makita batteries. It might be the charger that is not working well.
This drill is a little different than the original in that it only has a 2 speed gearbox, but if that means it'll run longer then so be it. I rarely used all 3 gears anyway. This is a great tool and the hammer drill function works as well as any portable battery drill.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great drill and the price was right when I purchased it.Published 14 months ago by Dennis P. Hagemann
Great drill for the price. I dropped my original off extension ladder and was pissed I had to buy new one. Like everything else amazon has it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by drew
Iv'e had this drill for about 2 years and I've been very happy with it. I've put it to some tough use and it has never failed. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Razor Sharp