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Model#: HITXFDV16VB2
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Hitachi FDV16VB2 5/8 in. VSR 2-Mode 5 Amp Hammer Drill (Open Box)

  • Hitachi FDV16VB2 5/8 in. VSR 2-Mode 5 Amp Hammer Drill (Open Box)
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OPEN BOX: Open box units are new or reconditioned items that may have been shipped from the manufacturer with minor packaging damage, minor tool damage, or as an incomplete unit to the CPO warehouse and may not include accessories or original manufacturer packaging. Each open box unit is inspected by CPO to be fully functional and in working order, and is repackaged to ensure safe delivery to the customer. Open Box units are covered by a full 60 day warranty covering parts and labor.
The FDV16VB2 5/8 in. Hammer Drill is ideal for light duty drilling into brick, cement block, wood, metal and resin plate. This model also grinds, sands and polished wood and metal. The FDV16VB2 tightens and removes various types of screws. This drill is not recommended for mixing applications.
Features:
  • 5 Amp motor for improved performance
  • Variable speed control dial, located on trigger for ease during high-speed or high-torque jobs
  • Impact to drilling switch, located conveniently on body of tool for quick transitions
  • Push button reversible drilling allows for quick and efficient removal of materials
  • Elastomer, non-slip grip, designed to comfortably fit in hand for improved control
  • Industrial grade keyed chuck proveds greater bit retention
  • Ball and needle bearing construction adds durability and extends the tool life
  • Low noise cooling air-flow design prevents overload and extends tool use
  • Removable side handle with depth gauge improves control and ensures accurate drilling depth for anchoring
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  • 5/8 in. VSR 2-Mode 5 Amp Hammer Drill (Open Box) - FDV16VB2
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Specifications

BPM: 0 - 46,400
Chuck Size: 1/2 in.
Chuck Type: Keyed
Max. Capacity (Concrete): 1 in.
Max. Capacity (Wood): 1/2 in.
No Load Speed (RPM): 0 - 2,900
Power Type: Electric

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Eye protection required for any hammer drill operation!!! Hearing plugs too. Save your eyes and ears!

This little drill is great for anything 1/2 inch and smaller diameter in concrete and best for holes less than 3" deep. In other words, if you are setting a ton of 5/8 diameter anchors in holes 8 inches deep in aged concrete with hard aggregate, this is NOT the tool and will not hold up. But for smaller tapcons and other similar style anchors in the under 20 per day class, it works great. I do not use hammer dills for regular drilling and do not use them for torquing my anchors down tight, for that I use a regular framing hammer and a ratcheting wrench or best yet, epoxy anchor cement. Remember to take the time to clean those holes out real good before setting the anchor and it will hold it's rated load easily.

Hitachi has been in the hammer drill and larger more powerful rotary hammer drill business for at least 30 years. They make good products and sell them below the price of the US and EU based tool companies. They are all made in China at this price point, BTW. Metabo is now Hitachi owned so lower priced Metabo tools will be made in China too!

Anyway. it's all about the design engineering, materials of construction and tightness of manufacturing specs, not who assembled it.
May 31, 2017
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