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Makita HP2010N 6 Amp 3/4-Inch Hammer Drill

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  • 2-speed gear change for ideal speed and power
  • Variable speed switch for easy starting of holes
  • Depth gauge for "drop-in" type anchors
  • Powerful 6 amp motor for continuous use
  • All ball and needle bearings for long tool life
  • Powerful 6.0 AMP motor for continuous use
  • Variable speed trigger enables user to match the speed to the application for greater versatility
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Dimensions 17.05 inches x 15.59 inches 16.85 inches x 12.91 inches 0 inches x 0 inches 8.66 inches x 2.76 inches
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number HP2010N
Item Weight6.6 pounds
Product Dimensions15.6 x 12.7 x 17 inches
OriginJapan
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Item model numberHP2010N
ColorTeal
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage220 volts
Wattage750 watts
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentscase
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB00004YOLB
Best Sellers Rank #171,097 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 21, 2000
  
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Product Description

Product Description

6 Amp hammer drill delivers lots of power for extended use. Versatile 2-speed unit has ball and needle bearings for smooth drilling, while variable speed offers controlled starts. Industrial metal gear housing for long-lasting durability. Cordless No, Case Included Yes, Blows Per Minute BPM 0-46,000, Amps 6, Variable Speed Yes, Rated RPM 0-2,300. 6 Amp motor Two speeds High0-2300 RPM, Low0-900 RPM Blows per minute High 0-46,000, Low 0-18,000 Variable speed Reversing switch Depth gauge for drop-in anchors Double insulated Adjustable side handle Includes drill chuck, chuck key and steel tool case Model HP2010N

From the Manufacturer

This 6-amp hammer drill delivers plenty of power for extended use. This versatile 2-speed features all ball and needle bearing design for smooth drilling and longevity. Variable speed means controlled starts. This drill also features a depth gauge for "drop-in" type anchors. The side handle adjusts for better control. Double insulation means durability. Your purchase includes a drill chuck, chuck key, steel tool case, and side handle.

FEATURES

  • 2-speed gear change for ideal speed and power
  • Variable speed switch for easy starting of holes
  • Depth gauge for "drop-in" type anchors
  • Powerful 6 amp motor for continuous use
  • All ball and needle bearings for long tool life
  • Adjustable side handle for greater control
  • Double insulated

What's in the Box

  • Drill chuck (763047-2)
  • Chuck key (763411-7)
  • Side handle (122428-3)
  • Depth gauge (321059-7)
  • Steel tool case (182617-2)

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Capacities: Concrete on High: 1/2"; Concrete on Low: 3/4"; Steel on High: 1/4";
  • Steel on Low: 1/2"; Wood on High: 3/4"; Wood on Low: 1-1/2"
  • No load speed: High: 0 - 2,300 rpm Low: 0 - 900 rpm
  • Blows per minute: High: 0 - 46,000 Low: 0 - 18,000
  • Amps: (115V) 6.0
  • Overall length: 13-3/4"
  • Net weight: 6.6 lbs.
  • Shipping weight: 11.6 lbs.


Important Information

Wattage
750 Watts

Bulb Voltage
220 Volts

Customer Reviews

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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 12, 2001
I bought the Makita HP2010N back in 1990 and still have and use it today. It has been used extensively in hammer-mode with a 3-5/8" hole saw to cut holes for ceiling pan boxes in oak beams and for overhead drilling on post and beam construction. It will spin a 7/8" X 18" Greenlee Nail Eater in the "High Speed" position repeatedly through 12" solid oak beams with very little effort.
The ½"chuck is very good and when properly tightened, never seems to let the bit slip even under heavy hammering in masonry. This hammerdrill is heavier than the others I currently own and although it has a ¾" masonry capacity, it is slightly slower to complete holes when drilling in hardened concrete, mostly due to the lower impact of the Makita's hammer mechanism. Because of this, I use it mainly for drilling in hollow concrete block, hard wooden beams or metal, where this drill really excels. I wouldn't recommend it for heavy masonry drilling. A rotary hammer is usually a better choice for that type of work, but a hammerdrill such as this one can also do the job satisfactorily sometimes.
The HP2010N is a very rugged and well made tool. During almost twelve years of very hard, on the job use, the only repairs made have been to replace a worn out trigger switch, brushes (due to normal wear) and a damaged power cord.
I would definitely recommend this tool for anyone who is looking for a very durable, long lasting hammerdrill that will only occasionally be used for drilling in masonry.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Marlin Edinger Tile on April 18, 2009
I have used makita hp2010n for mixing thinsets and grouts for over 20 years. I have only gone thru 3 of them. The weight is not as bad as other big drills I have used,(and those I gave away).I was talked into buying a lighter model the 2050. I used it for the last 2 years, when when my third 2010 burned up. Somewhat of a mistake, not enough power, and Today april 18th 2009, it died after 2 short years.I'm buying my forth hp2010n on line right now. One thing it and simular hammer/drills of this type can't do is be a real hammer drill, they are all to slow. So buy a hammer drill that takes sds bits etc.I have bosch and makita sds hammer drills they work great. As far as mixing thinsets, grouts for tiling and regular drilling with great power, I haven't found anything on the market I like better. Oh yeah and 5,6,7 days a week for 7 years each. Well you do the math.
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Purchased this drill with the intention of using it to mix small batches of mortar (5gal buckets) While it does work, it strains and gives off a burning smell when mixing a full bucket. I purchased the Milwaukee 5380-21 1/2-Inch 9-AMP Heavy Duty Hammer Drill a couple of weeks after this one, I am much more impressed with the milwaukee, it delivers the goods without the apparent strain on the motor that the makita displays. As a contractor intending on using this just about every day for mixing buckets of mortar, I couldn't see it lasting very long. Have since sold the makita and will keep the milwaukee. I would think that this drill would be more than adequate for home and light commercial use, however, for heavy duty use and at a cheaper price to boot, the milwaukee wins hands down!
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the best , worth every dime ,can't go wrong
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