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Ryobi RPD500-G 500W Single-Speed Compact Percussion Drill

Product Code: RPD500-G

£46.94 £39.12
The Ryobi 500W percussion drill is industry leading in terms of its light-weight compact design and massive 0-50,000bpm. There isn't another percussion drill in the DIY market that can compete with high performance 0-3,000rpm drilling capacity into wood, steel and masonry. Smooth speed control, both forward and reverse, ensures effortless control for the user whether tackling a tough surface or aiming to quickly work through some easier material. Efficient hammer action with strong grip that avoids becoming overheated with more use make this percussion drill fantastic to use.

Like a professional percussion drill, the gears are heat treated and ball bearing steel cut increasing durability and lifespan. The full sized 13mm chuck gives a greater range of hole sizes compared to the standard 10mm chuck of competitors.

The integrated GripZone ergonomic positive grip technology ensures high user comfort and reducers vibrations.

Chuck capacity (mm): 13
Chuck type: Keyless
Max drilling steel (mm): 13
Max. drilling masonry (mm): 13
Max. drilling wood (mm): 25
No load speed gear 1 (rpm): 3,000
percussion rate gear: 10 - 50,000
Power: 500W
Vibration drilling into concrete [m|s²]: 15.5
Vibration drilling into Metal [m|s²]: 3.6
Vibration screw driving [m|s²]: 1.1
Sound power level [dB[A]]: 106.0
Sound pressure level (dB(A)): 95.0

In the box:
- 500W percussion drill
- 360° Auxiliary handle
Buy Ryobi RPD500-G 500W Single-Speed Compact Percussion Drill by Ryobi for only £46.94
Part Number RPD500-G
Display Weight (Kg) 2.1
Warranty 3 Year Warranty
Brand Ryobi
Gender Unisex

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