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Makita DHP484Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Brushless Combi Drill - Batteries and Charger Not Included

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the tool is not an Air Compressor/ Air Tool, a Battery/ Charger, an Accessory, or a Petrol or Production Tool The Makita DHP485 18v LXT Brushless 2-Speed Combi Drill delivers outstanding performance without the bulkiness and weight of the typical cordless tool. The LXT Compact continues to refine the formula of faster-charging batteries with leading power-to-weight ratio's.(Batteries not included) The DHP484 has a brushless motor, brushless motors are designed to deliver power more efficiently, this helping the battery to last longer. Brushless motors last longer than brushed motors, giving the tool a longer life. The Makita DHP484 is smaller and more compact when compared to the DHP485, making the DHP484 better to use in smaller, awkward spaces and when on a ladder doing overhead work. What Makes the Makita DHP485 better than the DHP484

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High-speed drilling and powerful screwdriving performance thanks to the max torque of 54Nm and 2-speed gearbox. If the tool is faulty within 30 days of buying it, we will arrange for its collection at no cost to you and supply a replacement. The better drill is the Makita DHP484, it has better specs, more compact and has a brushless motor. If having the best possible spec from the two is important, then the Makita DHP484 is the one to go for. The Makita DHP484 is a cordless hammer driver drill powered by 18v li-ion battery and developed based on the current model, the DHP480. The DHP484 features an all metal gear construction, with aluminium gear housing for extra protection. Improvements also include increase impact rate making the DHP484 that little bit stronger. It's also more compact than the DHP480 at only 182mm compared to 199mm.Compact Design – for improved handling and control the overall length has been reduced by 27mm vs. the previous model eXtreme Protection Technology (XPT) offers maximum protection against dust, debris and liquids for optimal performance in extreme conditions Look no further than the Makita DHP484Z, a powerful and versatile tool that's perfect for DIY enthusiasts and Tradespersons alike. With a max torque of 54Nm and 2-speed gearbox, the DHP484Z delivers high-speed drilling and powerful screwdriving performance. It also features a brushless motor that provides longer run time, increased power and speed, and longer tool life. And with its compact and ergonomic design, this cordless drill is comfortable to use even for extended periods of time. Drilling Modes – screwdriving mode (rotation with clutch) for achieving an even consistent finish when fastening screws. Drilling mode (rotation only) achieving 130Nm max. torque. Hammer Drilling mode rotation with hammering) on the for drilling in masonry up to a maximum 16mm hole diameter.

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LED job light with pre-glow and afterglow functions illuminates the work area for improved visibility. Speed Mechanical Gearing – high speed mode produces 2,100rpm for rapid drilling speed while low speed produces high levels of torque to suit high load operation.Battery protection system provides over-discharge, temperature and circuit protection for enhanced performance, battery cycle life and overall battery life All metal gear construction – allow for smoothly transfer of power in high load applications. While the highly durable materials ensure this tool has unmatched durability, and will continue to perform in years to come. The DHP484 has slightly better RPM, this will help give it better performance in general drilling and if using as a screwdriver. However, 100 RPM difference between the two will not be that noticeable with most tasks.

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The Makita DHP485 has more torque compared to the DHP484. This will help drilling performance, but you will really see the benefits of more torque when using as a screwdriver, more torque will help you better tighten screws, and loosen tighter screws. Makita DHP485 Vs DHP484 Drilling in Wood, Masonry, and Steel The Makita DHP484 has better blows per minute, this helps give it better performance when in hammer mode drilling into masonry.

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The Makita DHP486Z 18V LXT Brushless Hammer Driver Drill provides 130Nm of maximum fastening torque and no load speed of 2,100rpm combining rapid drilling speeds with high levels of torque. This model is based on the DHP481, but has been redesigned with a newly designed motor and gear ratio achieving not only more power but also increasing the performance in continuous heavy-duty applications. Not only has the performance on the DHP481 been increased but it is also considerably shorter. At 178mm in length this model is 27mm shorter than the DHP481. Making it the most compact drill in its class and extremely comfortable to use in all applications.

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