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Makita’s 18v Li-Ion Brushless 1″ Rotary Hammer is a mouthful to say and even more interesting to look at, especially the unique profile created by the vacuum slung under the bottom of the 10-lb. rotary hammer. The unit has two motors — one for the drill and the other for the vacuum — and is built to catch concrete dust on a jobsite.

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What’s interesting about this setup is the vacuum is detachable so you still have a very capable rotary hammer on your hands if you should choose to do without. Plus the charge will last a little longer without spinning two motors. But for jobs where dust or particles are a concern, we can actually see this helping. The boot that shrouds the bit looks like it does a good job of catching most of the debris, and the vacuum only kicks on when the drill is in motion.

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With the rush to provide brushless and high-life batteries to tools, this is a pretty common sight now. It’s just a matter of pairing the different options with the newer tech and coming up with a more powerful experience for the end user. In this case, Makita is coupling their best Li-Ion 18v battery with a more powerful brushless motor that uses less energy (as brushless tends to do) with an already-solid rotary hammer platform, and tacking the vacuum with a HEPA filter inline for good measure. It sounds like a good recipe to us.

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7 Responses to Makita 18v Li-Ion Brushless 1″ Rotary Hammer

  1. Jerry says:

    Ooops! A “detectable” vacuum? I hope it is also “detachable.”

  2. Sean O'Hara says:

    Once again the foul gods of spelling curse me with their wrath. (Read: Nice Catch!)

  3. Eric R says:

    Pretty cool tool.

  4. Larry says:

    I just did a search of this blog for “drill press”. Know what? No actuall drill presses showed up! Only something about a shop smith and various drill bits of one sort or another and some portable tools but no drill presses. Why not? A drill press is a tool right? There are several brands/styles available out there. Which one is the best?; worst?; best bargain? etc. I’m kinda needing one and was disappointed that TM hadn’t written any of them up one way or another. Also, I need this information pretty quick and this post would be best put up on the 2012 area but I see no link to “last” post. I know there has to be a way to get there, I just haven’t found it! A little help? A link? Guys?

  5. Larry says:

    Please disregard the last few sentances of my last post. I figured it out thanks!

  6. Larry says:

    Would sure save some embarrassment if there were a way to edit posts after posting!

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