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Hitachi DV20VB2 3/4-Inch Hammer Drill

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Only three reviews (4 out of 5 stars), but from what I gather:

A tad on the weak / light side for a 3/4", so performs more like a decent 1/2".
Reverse is somewhat slower / underpowered compared to forward operation.
One reviewer noted that the "drill is made in Ireland. Chuck is German.", but that was 2009 - things could have changed. Someone let us know if they snag one.

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Hitachi DV20VB2
Thanks byakuya07
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Product Features

2 Mode Drill
8.3 Amp
4.9 Lbs
3/4" chuck
Included accessories: Chuck key, side handle, depth gauge, carrying case
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Thanks OP - I have been eying this drill for a while, and this is about $25 cheaper then the best price I could find.

I just cannot seem to make up my mind to get this larger but weaker Hitachi or a smaller and more powerful 10amp DeWalt DWD210G

I'm getting $103.99 shipped

Within the description and other sites are calling this a 1/2" drill... Item title may be misleading..

I read the Hitachi website and this has a 1/2" chuck and the capacity to drill a 3/4" hole in concrete and 1/2" in steel. After reading 3/4" I was expecting to see some Honker of a chuck on this drill... I would assume most 1/2" hammer drills would be capable of drilling a 3/4" hole, just might take longer with others. Just glad I don't have to run out and buy a bunch of bits with 3/4" shanks...

valeadmagnet said:   Thanks OP - I have been eying this drill for a while, and this is about $25 cheaper then the best price I could find.

I just cannot seem to make up my mind to get this larger but weaker Hitachi or a smaller and more powerful 10amp DeWalt DWD210G


Isn't this DeWalt drill a regular and not a hammer drill?

ach1199 said:   Isn't this DeWalt drill a regular and not a hammer drill?
True - standard drill. Here's the hammer drill best-seller list:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/hi/552802

DeWalt seems pretty popular, both corded and cordless...



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