How many of you have a cordless drill? How about cordless hammer drill? Probably most of you have one or the other. It’s probably one of the most popular cordless tools to own because of its ability to be used by the homeowner, DIY, contractor or tradesman in various projects. The cordless tool market is an ever expanding market and has recently seen the emergence of the brushless motor in the last few years.
Makita has been at the forefront with this Brushless technology and was the first to utilize it in a consumer handheld power tool. Makita continues to expand their line-up of brushless tools. Just recently, Makita shattered the market with the addition of the Makita XPH07M Brushless Cordless Hammer Driver-Drill.
Nothing brings more high-impact torque than this new Makita brushless power tool. The Makita XPH07M has the most jaw dropping inch-pounds of torque in its class and is able to tackle the roughest of jobs with a stiff upper lip. So just how much more torque does it have versus its competition? In comparison, the Milwaukee 2604-22 packs only 725 in lbs of torque and the Dewalt DCD995M2 has just 708 in lbs of torque whereas the Makita XPH07 boasts a whopping 1,090 in lbs of torque. That’s over 300 in-lbs of torque more than the closest competition.
Want more? The Makita XPH07Z when included in the XT252M or XT257M kit includes their BL1840 4.0Ah batteries which only take 40 minutes to charge vs. the hour or more the competition takes. This gives the ability to stay up and running for longer with less downtime between charges.
Makita has the world’s LARGEST 18V lithium-ion line-up amongst its closest competitors with over 100 tools powered by one style of battery (that now come in 3 different Ah). Looking to invest your money into a growing lithium-ion power tool system and a brand that is innovative? Check out Makita tools and consider buying the Makita XT252M 2-Piece Combo Kit or Makita XT257M 2-Piece Combo Kit which includes the jaw-dropping juggernaut Makita XPH07M Brushless Cordless Hammer Driver-Drill.