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Modèle # D620H Internet # 1000694554

Le marteau perforateur à vitesse variable et à inversion de 5/8 po de Ryobi est loutil idéal qui convient à diverses applications. Il est doté dun puissant moteur de 6,2 A avec engrenage métallique, dun roulement à billes et dun mandrin à clé robuste de 1/2 po. Lappareil a également bouton de sélection du mode daction (percussion ou perçage) sur le dessus et une poignée auxiliaire pour en faciliter lutilisation. La gâchette verrouillable permet une utilisation continue. Sa poignée ergonomique avec technologie GripZoneMD procure un confort accru pour les travaux de longue durée. La poignée auxiliaire démontable réglable avec butée de profondeur et le cordon de 6 pi en font un outil idéal dont vous ne pourriez vous passer.un gros

  1. Mode de percussion : Pour perforer des trous dans la maçonnerie et le béton • Mode de perçage : Pour percer des trous dans le bois, le plastique et le métal
  1. Inclut : (1) D620H Marteau perforateur à câble de 6,2 A à vitesse variable de 5/8 po, (1) poignée auxiliaire, (1) tige de butée de profondeur, (1) clé de serrage avec lanière et manuel d'utilisation.
  1. Cadran à vitesse variable pour adapter la vitesse à l'application
  1. Clé de mandrin avec cordon pour réduire le risque de perte des clés de mandrin
  1. Surmoulage GripZone pour une prise en main et un confort d'utilisation optimaux
  1. Tige à butée de profondeur pour percer des trous uniformes et précis
  1. No Load Speed: RPM 0 – 2,700 BPM 0 – 43,000
  1. Longe de rangement des clés de mandrin réduit le risque de perte de clés de mandrin
  1. Tige de butée de profondeur pour des trous précis et réguliers
  1. Cadran à vitesse variable pour adapter la vitesse à l'application

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
10.63
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
10.63
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
2.99
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
2.99
Poids assemblé (en livres)
5.74
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
5.74
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
12
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
12

Détails

Ampères-heures de la batterie
6.2
Ampérage
6.2
Caractéristiques de l'outil à moteur
Poignée latérale, Mandrin sans clé, Butée de profondeur
Certifié
De batterie inclus
Non
Guide de coupe au laser
Non
Moteur
Moteur à balais
Nombre de piles comprises
0
Nombre de vitesse
2
Pays d'origine
CN-China
Portatif ou fixe
Portatif
Sans fil/avec fil
Les deux
Tension (en volts)
120
Type d'outil à moteur
Perceuses à percussion
Type de mandrin
Sans clé
Type de pile, de batterie ou dalimentation
Raccordement fixe
Vitesse Maximum (tr/min)
2700
Vitesse variable

Garanties et certifications

Garantie limitée de 3 ans. Pour plus d'informations, contactez le 1-800-525-2579
Marteau perforateur réversible à vitesse variable de 5/8 po de 6,2 ARYOBI Marteau perforateur réversible à vitesse variable de 5/8 po de 6,2 ALe marteau perforateur à vitesse variable et à inversion de 5/8 po de Ryobi est loutil idéal qui convient à diverses applications. Il est doté dun puissant moteur de 6,2 A avec engrenage métallique, dun roulement à billes et dun mandrin à clé robuste de 1/2 po. Lappareil a également bouton de sélection du mode daction (percussion ou perçage) sur le dessus et une poignée auxiliaire pour en faciliter lutilisation. La gâchette verrouillable permet une utilisation continue. Sa poignée ergonomique avec technologie GripZoneMD procure un confort accru pour les travaux de longue durée. La poignée auxiliaire démontable réglable avec butée de profondeur et le cordon de 6 pi en font un outil idéal dont vous ne pourriez vous passer.un gros
RYOBI
1000694554
CAD892024-04-14
Home Depot Canada
Marteau perforateur réversible à vitesse variable de 5/8 po de 6,2 A est évalué 4.2 de 5 de 1667.
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Rated 1 de 5 de par I bought this drill in late August, 2017, to primarily drill holes in a concrete deck I’ve been r... I bought this drill in late August, 2017, to primarily drill holes in a concrete deck I’ve been repairing. Since it’s a weekend only project, it’s been dragging on for a while. When I pulled the drill out this weekend to finish up some concrete screw work, it started shooting out a mass of blues sparks and slowly came to a complete stop. After fiddling with it a bit, I found that I could shake it and would run for a short while, and then start sparking and quit again. I’m pretty ticked off that it barely made six months before it started acting up. I’m anxious to see how well they’ll honor their 3 year warranty.
Date de publication: 2018-01-22
Rated 5 de 5 de par I had a project to install lights to concrete pillars with concrete screws. My regular drill woul... I had a project to install lights to concrete pillars with concrete screws. My regular drill would not drill in the concrete and the bit would get stuck in the concrete. So I went to Home Depot and bought this hammer drill by Ryobi. Well I will tell you it drilled that concrete like it was butter. I finished drilling holes for 6 lamps in a couple of hours.It would have taken me days with my old drill.The hammer capability is amazing, and I love the reverse.I would highly recommend this drill for those tough concrete jobs.
Date de publication: 2017-05-23
Rated 5 de 5 de par Like a hot knife through butter In Florida, most of our homes are CBS (cement block), and I've been doing a great deal of remodeling which requires drilling into the concrete. My wrists and arms would be in a lot of pain after a couple hours of drilling and I'd have to quit for the day, making my projects take much longer than they should have. Why I waited so long to get one of these Hammer Drills, I'll never know. I was totally amazed at how easily this tool drills through the concrete...like a hot knife through butter. No muscle required. Remodeling has now become the joy it should be, rather than such a chore.
Date de publication: 2015-09-03
Rated 5 de 5 de par Its worth what its worth.... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I got this for a specific purpose.....drilling 54 8" x 3/4" holes for red heads to secure a modular barn to a concrete slab. I was a little hesitant going into it as most hammer drills are in the higher $100s to lower $200 range. Needless to say I was impressed with the drill. It was comfortable to hold and seemed well balanced. After the "drill job" I used it to stir/mix concrete with a paddle bit. It worked fine for that as well. My only issue was; it tended to shake when under a lot of pressure/tension. Maybe on the next version they can make the motor housing a little more robust??
Date de publication: 2017-02-25
Rated 1 de 5 de par Not worth the time or trouble I needed to drill a number of holes through cynder block. I was going to rent a rotary hammer but thought I may need it for too long and decided to buy this item. I was seriously mistaken. I used it to drill six of the twelve I needed. It took me most of the day and I was in agony for a week. I started on the next six and when it took more than an hour to get most of the way through one hole, I stopped and rented one. The difference was astounding. I had the remaining holes drilled in about 45 minutes with very little effort. The bottom line is this is not a serious tool. I'm not sure what Ryobi was thinking when they designed this. I would not recommend buying this.
Date de publication: 2023-07-30
Rated 1 de 5 de par Not suitable for drilling holes in steel I bought this because it was a slow speed drill to drill 5/8” holes in 3/16” steel. It would not do the job because when you use the dial to lower the speed it also lowers the torque. So when you press down on the bit, the drill just stops. If you turn up the dial, it goes faster and has more torque but then spins too fast to drill steel. I have owned lots of drills and lots of Ryobi products but this is the worst tool I have ever purchased. Might drill through wood and other light material fine but then why not use a cordless? I can’t imagine why you buy this drill.
Date de publication: 2020-08-23
Rated 5 de 5 de par Beyond Expectations [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I rented a hammer drill for an hour, not thinking I'd need one anytime soon. A couple months later, I needed one again - so this time I bought the Ryobi, because it was only twice the 4 hour rental cost of a competitor. Since I only occasionally need a hammer drill, price/value was of importance when purchasing. Even with a sub-premium bit, the Ryobi made quick and accurate work where I needed it to, without any hiccups or cause for complaints - very clean holes. It really surprised me. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a corded hammer drill - incredible value.
Date de publication: 2019-06-26
Rated 4 de 5 de par I bought it for the value. Well o.k. it was the cheapest one they had. I had a small concrete pad... I bought it for the value. Well o.k. it was the cheapest one they had. I had a small concrete pad I needed to drill and anchor a structure so I bought this. Worked great, plenty of torq. Hammered through concrete like butter. Used as a regular drill as well also worked great. I would buy another. 4 stars only because it's not made to hold the hammer drill bits that lock in however I was able to use the one I had but did need to re-tighten. Wasn't much of a problem.
Date de publication: 2019-05-12
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Is it also reversible?

Is it also reversible?
Posée par: TonyJ
Yes, The toggle switch is located by the trigger.
Répondue par: Lonnie
Date de publication: 2023-05-06

Can this drill through cement

Can this drill through cement
Posée par: Bernie
With the proper drill bit, yes. Take your time, don't push it.
Répondue par: Gasguy434
Date de publication: 2023-05-06

Can you mix drywall mud with this with out it burning up?

Can you mix drywall mud with this with out it burning up?
Posée par: rob
Thank you for asking, Rob. No, we do not recommend using this hammer drill to mix drywall mud without burning it up. I hope this helps and we appreciate your interest in Ryobi! -Keri
Répondue par: RYOBI Tools Team
Date de publication: 2023-05-04

Can this drill thru brick

Posée par: shorty
Yes, Brick is a soft material and will drill easily. It is so soft, on small holes you might try drilling with the hammer mode turned off. You will need to pull the bit out more often to keep the waste material from jamming the bit. Good tool, enjoy!
Répondue par: tg
Date de publication: 2023-05-05

I need to drill 10, 3/8 holes 3" deep into a concrete patio. Will this drill handle that/

I need to drill 10, 3/8 holes 3" deep into a concrete patio. Will this drill handle that/
Posée par: Edward
I absolutely think so. I installed shelving in my basement used this to drill 1" deep 1/2" holes. Each hole took literally 3 seconds with a Bosch masonry bit.
Répondue par: Paul
Date de publication: 2023-05-06

is this drill a screw driver too?

is this drill a screw driver too?
Posée par: Arsh
It works will Drill Bits, Screw Driver Bits and Socket Bits
Répondue par: Dman
Date de publication: 2023-05-05

will this drill use a chisel to tear up ceramic tile

Posée par: keith
No. The hammer action helps to install fasteners in concrete. What you would need is an Air or Electric power chisel
Répondue par: Gg
Date de publication: 2020-01-10

will a 1/4" hex shank masonry drill bit work in this chuck? if not, what type of masonry drill b...

will a 1/4" hex shank masonry drill bit work in this chuck? if not, what type of masonry drill bits will work (obviously not SDS). thanks
Posée par: Elliot
Yes.
Répondue par: econig
Date de publication: 2023-05-06
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