Makita DHP458Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Combi Drill - Batteries and Charger Not Included

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Makita DHP458Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Combi Drill - Batteries and Charger Not Included

Makita DHP458Z 18V Li-Ion LXT Combi Drill - Batteries and Charger Not Included

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i am not familiar with the Hilti Cordless Drills but the SF 8M-A22 does seem like a very nice unit! I can fit my angle grinder into the same drill case. I needed to push in the one bulge in the lid (using a B&D heatgun ) - circled in the picture. Nice and compact, and has enough spare drill bits, disks, and even a spare chain for my chain saw. The charger and 2 batteries have their spot in the middle.

The Makita DHP458 replaces the BHP458 and is compatible with all Makita 18v slide-on li-ion batteries. The DHP458 cordless combi drill / driver is an extremely compact tool with an overall length of 225mm the shortest in its class with high power and productivity achieved with new DC motor (FD31-30). The DHP458 has enhanced dust and drip-proof performance to ensure reliable operation. I currently have a Impact diver (dtd152) and a Rotary Hammer Drill (DHR202), so I don't want to switch to another brand as I already have a Makita battery and charger. Makita DHP458RFJ 18v Cordless Compact 2-Speed Combi Drill with 2x 3.0Ah Batteries & Charger in Makpac Type 2 Carry Case The power remaining in the battery can be indicated in 3 stages simply by pushing a button; 3 lights on: more than 50% of full battery capacity. 2 lights on: 20% to 50% of full battery capacity. 1 light on: less than 20% of full battery capacity.After almost 17 years of faultless service from my Makita cordless, it is taking some strain (gearbox and batteries) and in need for a replacement. Any experience on these two units? With the Brushless 481 being almost double the price - is it twice as good? the 458 seems like a solid allrounder? both seems on the heavy side however I must say.

I have a Hitachi that worked very hard over the last 10 years. Served me very well. Planning to replace it soon and will go for the makita brushless. Usage includes rather extensive home and light industrial use from time to time. Not full time every day which in my view is where the brushless 481 motor is probably the better option. In terms of usage requirements - general drilling and driving screws. Require it to do masonry work, steel up 5 mm and wood up to 32mm I guess.If I was a rich man, then Festool, otherwise Makita or Bosch. Buy what you need, not what your heart desires. Makita is well known for quality tools with crap batteries. lights on: more than 50% of full battery capacity. 2 lights on: 20% to 50% of full battery capacity. 1 light on: less than 20% of full battery capacity What is The Difference Between Makita DHP484 and DHP485? If you Are Looking At Which One to Buy, Take a Look at Our Guide to See The Difference Between the DHP484 and DHP485 The Makita DHP484 has better blows per minute, this helps give it better performance when in hammer mode drilling into masonry.

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 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 DHP458RTJ 18C 2x5Ah Li-Ion LXT Combi Drill Kit. This is a well-rounded tool that will suit the needs of carpenters, kitchen fitters and DIY enthusiasts. With an extremely compact size and an overall length of 225mm (8-7/8"), you can work in tight places. High power and productivity is achieved thanks to the DC motor that delivers a maximum fastening torque of 91Nm and a no-load speed of 2000rpm. The integrated twin LED job light affords accurate and safe working even in dark areas. The Makita DHP484 and DHP485 are very popular mid-range Makita combi drills. Both are excellent combi drills, but you may be wondering what is the difference between Makita DHP484 and DHP485? 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. I have a lot of knowledge on general property maintenance that I would like to share. I have been involved in property maintenance for the last 22 years and have gained a wide range of knowledge on various topics that come under property maintenance.



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