METABO HPT Hitachi DV18DGLP4 ( DV18DGL ) 1/2-inch 18 Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Hammer Drill TOOL ONLY

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The Metabo HPT DV18DGLP4 (Tool Only) features a compact, yet efficient battery. With 487 in/lbs of torque, this hammer drill can power through any tough job with ease. A convenient LED light illuminates dark work spaces and a keyless 1/2 in chuck provides simple bit replacements. It also features a 22+2 stage clutch with 22 torque settings, a drill mode and hammer mode for precision and control. Hitachi Power Tools is now Metabo HPT. Different name, same tools, same warranty, same batteries, same color scheme, same packaging, same innovation. Hitachi 18 volt batteries will work in Metabo HPT 18 volt tools and vice versa.
•METABO HPT DV18DGLP4 18V Lithium-Ion 18-Volt Cordless Hammer Drill TOOL ONLY
•(Battery and Charger Sold Separately)
•22+2 stage clutch, delivers 22 torque settings, a drill mode and a hammer drill mode to properly match the torque to the application
•Powerful 487 in/lbs of torque and up to 1,400 RPM and 19,600 BPM to handle tough jobs
•LED light effectively illuminates dark work spaces
•1/2 in keyless ratcheting chuck,for quick ans simple bit replacements
•Responsive variable speed trigger provides complete control during operation
•Ergonomic grip, center balanced design and lightweight at 3.8 lbs (with battery) to reduce fatigue during extended or elevated use
•Two-speed gear setting to match the appropriate speed to the application
•Voltage : 18
•Battery: Lithium Ion Slide-Type
•Torque : 487 in/lbs
•No-Load Speed : 0-350/1,400 RPM
•Speeds: 2
•Max Impact Rate: 19,600 BPM
•Chuck Type : 1/2 in Keyless
•Clutch Positions : 22 + 2
•LED Light : Yes
Includes Hitachi warranty. For complete warranty details visit the manufacturer website at

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