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Makita HP2050 3/4 Inch Hammer Drill

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  • Powerful 6.6 AMP motor for the most demanding applications
  • 2-mode operation for ""Rotation Only"" or ""Hammering with Rotation"" for multiple applications
  • Variable 2-speed (0-1,200 & 0-2,900 RPM) with variable speed control dial
  • Torque limiting clutch engineered to reduce gear damage by automatically disengaging gears if bit binds
  • Positive stop mode selector prevents accidental mode disengagement
  • Large trigger switch and 360° swivel side handle for added comfort
  • Recessed lock-on button for continuous use
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Product Description

Product Description

Includes 3/4 in. Hammer Drill - HP2050, Side Handle - 152521-9, Depth Gauge - 324219-0, Chuck Key - 763430-3, Tool Case - 824650-5, Operating Manual

From the Manufacturer

3-Mode Operation: Rotation Only, Hammering with Rotation & Hammering Only. Powerful, Compact, Ergonomic Design with Padded grip and Side Handle for. Increased Operator Comfort Extended Service Life of Carbon Brushes. "No Hammering when Idling” Function Ensures Extra-low Vibration Under No Load0 - 1,100 RPM; 0 - 4,500 BPM for Demanding Applications.

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Technical Details
Part Number HP2050
Item Weight5.6 pounds
Product Dimensions2.8 x 14.2 x 8.7 inches
Item model numberHP2050
ColorTeal
Voltage24
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentscase
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Warranty Description1 year
  
Additional Information
ASINB000I6PI1W
Best Sellers Rank #182,682 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight19.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableJuly 12, 2011
  
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Antonio on June 19, 2013
Bought this drill mainly to do cabinet installations requiring drilling pilot holes for concrete screws here are my pros and cons about this product:

Pros:
Nice price (remember tho you often get what u pay for)
Nice case with lots of room for extra bits.
Good weight , just heavy enough where you may want to use 2 hands to keep your wrist from straining but not so heavy that you MUST use 2 hands.

Cons:
Seems to be built cheap. Flimsy plastic switches (mainly the one that switches from hammer mode/drill mode),, not sturdy switches on makita drills that i owned years ago, maybe these are made in japan or china now? i noticed the chuck says made in japan.

The MOST annoying thing about it is the key for the chuck doesnt seem to fit properly, i think i wore out alot of teeth on the key/chuck within the first day!!!

DOES NOT hold bits good,,, i have tightened ALL the points using the key and still bit would slide deeper into the chuck.

My Advice:

If you need a hammer drill that you may use once or twice a year around the house, then this is for you. For the serious professionals out there that need a solid work horse year round,,, spend another 70 or 80 bucks and get yourself something else. I originally wanted bosch's version of this same category of hammer drills but at the time home depot didnt have it so the person i sent to get it picked this one up instead, if i had held this myself at the store i would not have bought it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 28, 2013
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Used this drill to mount my Gun Safe to the concrete slab in the house. Used Dewalt Rock Carbide bit to drill through both the metal of the safe as well as the laminate and then concrete floor. I put on my 1" drill bit and dilled the concrete to a depth of about 3 inches. Drilled 2 holes and this thing is amazing. It whent through the slab like Butter. I think people that had a bad experience were probably not using the right bit for the job. Granted I only drilled 2 holes so I'm not a construction worker thats going to use this as a Heavy Duty all day drill. For the homeowner as a medium duty drill you just cant beat the price. Chuck is all metal and not plastic like some other drills. Can be used in Hammer mode or regular drill mode. Lots of torue in low speed setting.

Only downside is the case that comes with it is a plastic piece of junk. The licking tabs are plastic as well, very flimsy and not as sturdy as the dewalt cases but I didnt buy the drill for the case. Depth Guide was a great feature. The only thing that would have made this 5 star is if it had a light like my other drills.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ruslan Kozlyakov on February 28, 2013
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Used Makita HP2050 3/4 Inch Hammer Drill to drill 1/2" through holes in concrete blocks wall and same size in the wood. Only positive experience. Really liked the variable speed dial (the wheel on the trigger that limits the maximum speed). You can make it go literally on any speed. On low speeds it produce 90% less sound (good for wood and metal drilling). That's a big plus for me as I'm living in condo.

When changing the gear (I -> II or II -> I) follow the instruction provided with the drill. You have to turn the drill head to avoid blocking of the switch. After the first time you will see what I mean.

Use appropriate bits according to drilling material. Most concrete bits coming with special channel that prevents spinning of the bit while drilling. Tighten through all 3 holes when using big diameter bits.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By snoboardrj on May 3, 2013
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The drill is a workhorse. I drilled into concrete with this thing for hours at a time and it never flinched.

I do have the problem with the chuck that others have mentioned. The chuck is in fact too small and thus wears out and eventually slips. At first you'll be fine with the chuck, but as it wears there will be problems with it slipping.

With a better chuck, this thing is 5 stars all the way for the price. Seems like an easy thing for Makita to fix (not sure why they haven't yet).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By glenda sipe on January 19, 2015
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It says 3/4 inch hammer drill. Only has half inch chuck. Called makita and they said yes its a 3/4 hammer drill because it will drill a 3/4 inch hole. False advertisement if you ask me. Other drills I went back and looked at that say 3/4 hammer drill have 3/4 chucks. I'm upset with my purchase
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Charles Darwin on June 24, 2015
This drill, to put it plainly, is worthless. Well, maybe not worthless; it could be used for a door stop, paper weight, noise maker, or an excellent present for your competition or enemy. After drilling a total of about 10 three-quarter inch holes through 2x4 studs with a well-sharpened spade bit, the gear train inside the drill motor stripped a few teeth off. This was purchased at the local home doodle shop, so since it was brand new, I was able to return it, thinking I just got a lemon. Wow - was I ever wrong! The one that I received to replace the broken one lasted all of about 10 more three-quarter inch holes. Same problem; stripped gear teeth. I see I'm not the only one that has been on the end of the stripped gears train here. Thankfully, I had a trusty old B&D "el-cheapo" $29.95 1/2" VSR from sometime in the 1990's sitting in my tool chest. After blowing the cobwebs off it, the $29.95 gladly accepted the spade bit and finished the rest of the 200-some three quarter inch holes that I needed drilled in my 2x4 studs, without flinching. I even dropped it a few good times from a 12-foot ladder onto concrete to try and come up with a good reason for it to quit on me, just as the brand new Makita, but alas, it remained functioning perfectly, whereas the brand new Makita just continued to make grinding noises from busted teeth... speaking of which, where's the engineer that designed the gears on this drill? Perhaps we could see how easily his (or her) teeth bust (if he or she even has any).
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