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PORTER-CABLE PC650HD 6.5 Amp 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill

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Includes Tradesman 1/2-in Two-Speed Hammer Drill - PC650HD, Chuck Key & Holder, Cast Metal Side Handle, Depth Rod

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The Porter-Cable PC650HD 1/2-Inch Hammerdrill provides the power and reliability you'll need to get the job done quickly and efficiently. With a 6.5 Amp motor for high-output power, and variable speed settings, the PC650HD gives you the performance you need drill into any virtually surface, whether it is concrete or wood.

The Porter-Cable Hammerdrill:
  • Features a 6 Amp motor.
  • Offers variable speed settings for different applications.
  • Employs cast metal construction for durability.


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Power Settings Optimized for Different Surfaces
With two speed options of either 0 to 1,000 or 0 to 3,000 revolutions-per-minute (RPMs), you can optimize your performance for high-torque/low-speed applications, such as drilling large holes into wood or drilling into masonry and concrete. And the 6.5 Amp motor produces up to 51,000 beats-per-minute (BPM), while allows the Hammerdrill to be used on thin gauge metal and other hard surfaces. The Porter-Cable Hammerdrill can also be used to drill in reverse while maintaining full power.

Smart Design Ensures Durability and User Safety
Porter-Cable designed the PC650HD Hammerdrill with the professional user in mind. Employing cast metal in both the gear case and side handle increases the durability of the tool and gives you more control and safety. A soft pistol-grip design offers comfortable and safe handling position, which results in improved maneuverability and reduced fatigue.

About Porter-Cable
Since its inception in a garage in Syracuse, New York in 1906, Porter-Cable has earned its place as one of the most trusted names in power tools today. As a subsidiary of Black & Decker, and sister company of Delta Machinery, Porter-Cable designs, manufactures and distributes a wide range of electric and cordless power tools for the professional woodworking, commercial/residential construction, plumbing and electrical markets.

At the forefront of power-tool innovation, Porter-Cable introduced the first 12-volt cordless drill in 1989, and has since been awarded with many industry accolades and awards, including Time's "Top Ten Products of the Year," Popular Science's "Best of What's New," and Popular Mechanics' "Design and Engineering Award." In 1996, the Smithsonian Institution honored Porter-Cable's history of innovation by establishing the museum's first collection of archived materials from a power tool company, and in 1999 the company received one of the highest manufacturing honors when Industry Week selected Porter-Cable as one of the "Top 10 Manufacturing Plants in the United States."

Today the company continues this long tradition of innovation and quality by using state-of-the-art CNC machining centers and motor winding cells to produce the highest quality components possible. Aluminum components are carefully machined and processed to provide close tolerances and surface finish to assure proper fit and function. Critical gears and pinions are meticulously fabricated from select cut steel and then heat treated for long lasting product life. And heavy-duty series universal motors are professionally designed and processed to provide maximum horsepower as well as optimum balance to result in a smooth running product. Supported by world-class manufacturing principles, Porter-Cable continues to embody a value system that drives its industry-leading objectives in priority of safety, quality, delivery, and cost through every process in its operation.

What's in the Box
PC650HD drill, chuck key and holder, cast metal side handle, depth rod.


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Technical Details
Part Number PC650HD
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions14.6 x 3.3 x 11 inches
Item model numberPC650HD
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool
Batteries Included?Yes
Warranty Description3 year limited; 1 year free service; 90 DayMoney Back Guarantee
  
Additional Information
ASINB001EYU8T4
Best Sellers Rank #276,149 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableSeptember 10, 2008
  
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By R. Bien-Aime on April 25, 2010
I purchased this drill for a weekend project requiring a hammer drill. Initially I liked the price tag and the Porter Cable name. Now, However, it is my favorite tool in my tool box. It is sturdy built of metal with minimal plastic and rubber in all areas you would hold it from. The 51,000 BPM turns any concrete into dust in seconds. The 6.5 AMP motor has enough power to spin any screw or drill through just about any material with tons of torque to spare. I even made it through A 1/8"th Steel plate with this thing This drill is by far worth every penny you will spend on it.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mark Bretschneider on February 21, 2011
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I had a couple of projects in mounting items on concrete walls. Thought I was smart by getting a good masonry bit for my all purpose Black and Decker drill. ( a good little drill that has served me well). Well, using that drill, it took 3 to 4 minutes to drill a 3 inch deep 3/16th hole in concrete. ( and a lot of push!)

I decided to get this Hammer Drill by Porter Cable and a 6 pack of hammer drill bits by Bosch. Would you believe just 15-20 seconds per hole and very little push effort? And the Tapcons seated perfectly. I had to drill 60 or so holes so this setup saved me a a few hours of sweat and effort.

Handles well and drills well both in hammer and regular mode. An excellent tool! Only drawback is the instruction booklet is very skimpy and not very helpful. A few more knobs,switches and buttons that a standard drill, so play with it a bit before use.

Highly recommended as well built of quality material, heavy duty construction, well balanced, and easy to use.

Amazon price is terrifically low, a bargain for the quality item you are getting.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Ernie on November 23, 2009
I finally gave up on using a non-masonry drill on a very small project this weekend (second project requiring one in two weeks) and ran out to the local Big Box stores to get a hammer drill. You just can't beat a hammer drill for getting into cement; I had to sink some anchors for screws.

I almost walked out with a nice-enough looking 5amp Hitachi which was "reduced" to $60. While finding it on the rack, I noticed this product next to it for $10 more (but not on display). I'd used Porter Cable tools before in the past and quickly went for the 6.5 amps and the slight upsell . . .

1) It's what you expect from Porter Cable
It's light, but not flimsy, and the plastic parts have decent seams into the metal; nothing that you'd stress seems to be made out of plastic.

2) Balance and size are good.
Being low-end/power for this type of product, it's easy to make these small. Full sized handles and long body make the product stable and easy to use.

3) On a light project, the drilling was effortless
Whether a factor of the size or power rating - I had zero trouble with the 8 holes I had to get lined up.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Myers on June 27, 2010
Got it at Lowes from Dad for $70. Used it immediately with a quarter in. Bosch masonry bit on a cinder block wall and it took every bit of a few seconds to get right into the block void. Real nice drill, two speeds and it has a three year warr. on it. Duane.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Hunter on February 19, 2011
bought this in order to drive some holes into the foundation to hang some shelves. My half-assed cordless just wasn't cutting it. Wen't to the store expecting to pay $200 for anything half-decent and returning it after the (small) job; I'm used to large expensive equipment. Walked into the hammer drill section and saw this beauty. Stood out amoung the rest as for one, the most beautiful (-industrial design student) as well as the most powerful they had and only $75. I already new I was gonna keep it <3 Bought it with a $4 1/4" hammer-bit and headed home. It drove through concrete like a warm pencil through butter. Easily the most powerful "pistol" shaped tool i've used. The housing feels sturdy enough to drive 30d nail. Stop reading, get it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jim on May 8, 2011
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I needed a 1/2" drill that I could use for many types of projects. I am generally a Dewalt guy and have used Porter-Cable saws at some construction site so I thought maybe a drill would be the same quality. Dewalts are generally 10% - 20% higher in costs. My initial goal was to use it with a mixing paddle for mixing a light weight cement in a 5 gallon bucket. It worked extremely well without bogging down. The mixing paddle welds actually broke from the stiff mixing action. A two speed drill motor with a hammer drill. Price was right.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kent W. Wetherhold on April 7, 2011
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Nice, powerful drill that does the job. I am not happy with the lack of a hard case, though. I expect, especially from PC, a plastic or metal case for their tools. I'm supposing that the lower price brings cardbard, not plastic or metal. I'll be looking around the yard sales for a case.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By T. Achard on June 24, 2011
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I am using this drill for 3/8 rebar into concrete. Works great after about a dozen holes. Never got very hot. It also spins fast enough for the Leigh Jig and makes clean holes.

I can recommend this drill for home use.
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