Metabo HPT MultiVolt Rotary Hammer - 1 9/16" - 36 V - Aluminum

The Metabo HPT SDS Max 36 V MultiVolt 1 9/16" rotary hammer features a brushless motor that provides maximum power and durability while being maintenance-free. Reactive Force Control (RFC) senses tool overload and stops rotation to ensure user safety and protect the tool motor and battery. The device includes an anti-vibration handle with soft grip, a mode switch to transition between hammer and drill modes, and 4-stage speed selection between 260 and 590 RPM and 1420 and 2860 impacts/min for added flexibility when performing a variety of tasks. Equipped with AC/DC convenience, the tool can be powered by a MultiVolt battery or a MultiVolt AC adapter (items sold separately). Metabo HPT batteries deliver more than 1440 watts of power, which is similar to 120 V-15 A corded power tools. Standard accessories include a hard case, grease, a depth gauge and a 360-degree rotating side handle.

Impact Energy :7.7 ft-lb (10.5 J)
Type :Rotary hammer
Component :Aluminum
Color :Green and black
Length :19 17/32" (49.61 cm)
Amperage :4 AH (36 V platform) or 8 AH (18 V platform)
Voltage :36 V
Wattage :1440 W
Beats per Minute :1420 - 2860 BPM
Revolutions per Minute :260 - 590 RPM
Drilling Capacity :1 9/16" (3.97 cm)
Battery Type :MultiVolt technology
Motor :Brushless motor
Handle :Anti-vibration handle
Included :Rotary hammer, hard case, grease, depth gauge, side handle
Warranty :1-year limited warranty, limited lifetime warranty on lithium-ion tool body
Drive Type :SDS Max
Weight :17.4 lb (7.89 kg)
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Metabo HPT MultiVolt Rotary Hammer - 1 9/16" - 36 V - Aluminum is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Blown away Starting off I wasn’t really expecting that great of performance. Honestly I didn’t really know what to expect but I was totally blown away this rotary hammer was truly built to be a professional tool!! This sds max will hang or outperform anything else in the 1 9/16 range that includes dewalt flexvolt, Milwaukee fuel and even the new makita x2!! It actually has on big advantage being able to run ac/dc. The vibration control is amazing and the power is unreal WAYY more than I was thinking!! If you are on the fence about purchasing it don’t be I know it’s an expensive purchase but it will make you money and your getting a quality product from a great company!!!
Date published: 2019-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved the demo. Love it for demo. Just like my other reviews, this might sound like it was written by Meatabo's Marketing Department, but this thing rocks. Great battery life with consistent power. Plus each battery has a useful power gauge. Light-weight to hold but heavy-duty in its abilities (e.g., digging out footings, squaring up foundations, digging trenches, etc.). Accepts wide range of attachments for multiple jobs. For instance, using it on a full bore construction site it easily goes from trench digging to concrete chipping to drilling through concrete.
Date published: 2019-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hammer Drill... I like the fact that you could use corded or battery. I think it has excellent power either way. It’s nice that you can take it to any job site, without worrying if there is power there to use cord, just hook up the battery and your good to go. The way this product was promoted was exactly on point! Definitely glad I chose to go with this company!
Date published: 2019-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product is powerful and reliable. This hammer drill is really good specially that it can be a cord and a cordless that is an extra for us. I truly recommend
Date published: 2019-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Corded option smokes the competition Honestly I m a dewalt guy, 95% of the cordless tools I use daily are dewalt. I ve just had tremendous luck with them bouncing off concrete, or landing in a mud puddle. Let it dry out or brush it off and still runs today. So I have diligently been watching as brands have pushed the limits of what a battery can do. So I was excited to get one in my hands and give them a more punishing test than a representative on a calm cool 70° day. From Bosch to Milwaukee, milwaukee to dewalt the sales men kept asking me to take it easy as I leaned and bound one drill after another. I kept asking when or if there would be a corded option for the monster sized battery powered drills and such and that just turned into a sales pitch about enough batteries i wouldn t need a cord. So I ve got enough men on my crew when we start doweling bars two drills are shaking the labels off til it's done ( with a reasonable cool down period don't lose a drill because you arent paying attention to the heat radiating off it, its busting its balls for you. Anyway with a battery option I m guessing 20 mins max before both drills have to exchange batteries? thats 6 batteries an hour! At like $120 a battery not to mention the 20 mins of downtime while the batteries are exchanged. I was getting hot and pretty annoyed when I got to the hilti area, one of my favorites. Always out of my price range but just awesome to test drive. Walking away I saw the metabo tent and had heard that Hitachi had been bought out. The sales man said he had seen us at hilti and asked if we wanted to try the new line. I mentioned I had been interested but rather disappointed in the rotary hammer drills he didn't t say much we just walked over and he handed me the drill i torqued and bound and waited for a reaction but he was off showing the other guys more products. After a while he came back over and asked what I thought I told him it did just fine I m just not ready to commit to a battery reliant tool. Turns out they already had a corded option so when I returned to my home town I left early for work and picked one up. The battery works great for the quick access and spontaneous use, so far I haven't even needed to use the corded option but for me that just means I m doing a better than average job of getting things right. So i can live with that for now.
Date published: 2019-07-04
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