El martillo rotopercutor VSR de 5/8" de RYOBI® tiene todo lo que necesita para trabajar en distintas aplicaciones. Tiene un potente motor de 6.2 A con engranajes de metal, cojinetes y una llave de 1/2" para trabajos pesados. También cuenta con un botón grande para elegir entre la función de martillo o taladro y una empuñadura auxiliar para un mejor agarre. El botón del gatillo con traba es ideal para un uso continuo. Además tiene una empuñadura con diseño ergonómico con GripZone™ para una mayor comodidad en tareas prolongadas. La empuñadura auxiliar ajustable con guía de profundidad y cable de 6 pies completan una herramienta de la que no podrá prescindir.
- Potencia: 120 V AC, 6.2 A
- Velocidad (sin carga): 0-2,700 rpm
- Largo del cable: 6'
- Peso: 5.10 lb
- Tamaño del mandril: 1/2 "
- Capacidad de perforación:
- Hormigón: 5/8 " - Acero: 1/2 "
- Martillo rotopercutor D620H
- Empuñadura lateral
- Guía de profundidad
Martillo rotopercutor VSR de 5/8"
Martillo rotopercutor VSR de 5/8" con calificación sobre 5 por 72.
Calificación de 5 sobre 5 por Brett_A de Beyond Expectations I rented a hammer drill for an hour, not thinking I'd need one anytime soon. A couple months later, I needed one again - so this time I bought the Ryobi, because it was only twice the 4 hour rental cost of a competitor. Since I only occasionally need a hammer drill, price/value was of importance when purchasing. Even with a sub-premium bit, the Ryobi made quick and accurate work where I needed it to, without any hiccups or cause for complaints - very clean holes. It really surprised me. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a corded hammer drill - incredible value.
Fecha de publicación: 2019-06-26
Calificación de 5 sobre 5 por Dane de Great tool I've been using this tool for over two years, mostly for drilling into concrete driveways and stairs to install anchor bolts for hand rails. It has not disappointed. I find it works best with Bosch hammer drill bits.
Fecha de publicación: 2018-05-29
Calificación de 5 sobre 5 por FM_NSB de Works great, got what I expceted for the price~~ Just drilled ~20 2.25" deep holes into concrete, drill chewed through the concrete and did not get warm. Happy to say, yes I got what I paid for, a drill that is for home use and will do the jobs that a home owner (not contractor) does around the house!
Fecha de publicación: 2018-06-23
Calificación de 1 sobre 5 por Reynald de Only took 5 months with occasional use to break I bought this power drill thinking the price and power would last a long time. With occasional use of home projects, and after 5 months the motor started to burn and smoke. I used the factory warranty to have it repair, but I was informed that it would take 2 months before I would get it back. Waiting that long for a factory repair is poor customer service. I also bought a belt sander years ago and the motor on that also failed. That belt sander was past the factory warranty. As the saying goes, " you pay for what you get for." Cheap motors and poor customer service.
Fecha de publicación: 2020-06-23
Calificación de 4 sobre 5 por TWill de Fantastic for the price I bought this for a basement renovation about 3 months ago and it works great. At first there was a horrible burning smell and lots of sparks I the drill, however that faded with use.
Fecha de publicación: 2019-04-25
Calificación de 5 sobre 5 por BrainTrip de Perfect for the job The hammer drill made short work of the concrete I needed to put tapcons into. Worked flawlessly, no issues.
Fecha de publicación: 2021-01-11
Calificación de 1 sobre 5 por plabbe de tried 3 different drill all failed I bought this tool to mix some thinset first only lasted about 3 bags 2nd toll returned looked like it was already used. 3rd only lasted one bag. note that I only mixed a half bag at a time. The last tool only lasted 1 bag. If i was going to drill into concrete would no use because looked like it would not last either. I have noticed in other reviews in home depot website the new design of this drill a lot of people have been experiencing the same problem. new design is very flawed.
Fecha de publicación: 2018-08-15
Calificación de 5 sobre 5 por Landarch25 de Got the job done! We wanted to install blackout curtains in our condo. In order to do it we had to drill into the concrete ceiling. So we went to Home Hardware and looked are hammer drills. We choose the Ryobi corded hammer drill as it was the most economical and reliable hammer drill that would get the job done. We bought some masonry bits and drilled into the ceiling “like a hit knife through butter.” Easy to use and made the job easy. I highly recommend this hammer drill.
Fecha de publicación: 2019-06-15