Draper 230-Volt Hammer Drill

| April 9, 2015

The Draper 76215 230-Volt Hammer Drill has an 810-watt motor that provides plenty of power, making this drill ideal for homeowners and DIY enthusiasts. This well-built yet affordable power tool is capable of effortlessly drilling and driving into wood, mild steel and masonry, and is packed with useful features that make general home maintenance tasks much easier.

This practical Draper hammer drill has an ergonomic design, which gives you better control when drilling and makes the drill more comfortable to use. It also comes with approximately 3 metres of cable, for plenty of flexibility while working.

Hammer and rotary action

One of the most important and useful features of the Draper 76215 drill is its hammer facility, which enables you to drill into hard walls and masonry, providing greater versatility. It is simple to switch from standard rotary to hammer operation: all it takes is the flick of a switch.

When the drill is in rotary mode, it is ideal for drilling into wood, plastic or mild steel.

draper-drillVariable speed with forward and reverse facility

The variable speed feature on the Draper 76215 230-volt 810-watt hammer drill gives the user total control over the speed of the drill, allowing you to increase and decrease the speed using the trigger. The integral dial on the switch can be set to a specific maximum speed that is suited to the workpiece.

In addition, the forward and reverse facility on this drill makes it ideal for fastening and undoing screws.

Adjustable side handle and depth rod

The side handle built into the Draper 76215 hammer drill helps to provide extra leverage when drilling. It can be rotated 360 degrees around the drill, which allows you to set it to the most comfortable position for your needs.

There is an adjustable depth rod guide to assist with drilling to a predetermined depth.

Large-capacity chuck

This practical drill comes with a 13 mm large-capacity chuck, which means that it can hold larger drilling bits. The chuck key is conveniently stored below the handle of the power cable.

Live tool indicator

When the Draper 76215 230-volt 810-watt hammer drill is plugged into the mains and switched on, a light at the base of the handle illuminates to indicate there is power. This indicator is a great safety feature as it ensures that you know when the tool is live.

Impressive specifications and drilling capacities

  • Mild steel: 10 mm
  • Wood: 25 mm
  • Masonry: 13 mm
  • Chuck capacity: 1.5-13 mm
  • Spindle thread: 1/2 inch x 20 UNF
  • Speed (no load): 0-2,500 rpm (ideal for steel and hard materials)
  • Weight: 2.2 kg

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